Among various adrenaline whitewater rafting, Bhote Koshi is the popular among rafts, kayak and canyoning. The destination is gaining popularity all over the world in past couple of years. Many guests visit Nepal just to experience rafting in Bhote Koshi.

It is challenging, thrilling and exciting river trip of short duration. It is technical rafting as the river is steep. The river crushes with a gradient of 80 feet per mile. It means that it is eight times steeper than Sunkoshi River.

Regulus recommends Bhote Koshi Rafting for intense and thrilling trip in short duration. This river originated in the glaciers of Tibet. On the basis of complex drops and rapids the river is divided into three parts upper, middle and lower.

Nepal is well accepted country in the arena of water sports especially, rafting and kayaking. The rivers here are in natural state to serve the purpose of rafting and kayaking. Bhote Koshi is serving the purpose of thousands of tourists every year with its wilderness and beauty. The site is also famous for its typical flora and fauna. You will enjoy the greenery, landscapes and gorges in high speed and bumpy ride. In other words, rafting in Bhote Koshi River is an experience of life time thrill and excitement.

The river Bhote Koshi is situated in northeast of Kathmandu. It is around four hour drive for the capital city. To get the real flavor of Bhote Koshi rafting, Regulus has designed an itinerary of two days. This will truly make you satisfied. You will cover a distance of 25 kilometers in the river. The best time for Bhote Koshi rafting is September to December and February to mid-March. Water flow is less at this time in comparison to monsoon. 

But, if you are an experienced and professional rafter then you can experience rafting throughout the calendar.

The twist and turns in the river make the adventure full of fun. The boulder gardens, waterfalls, and vertical bends are the few obstacles that the kayak has to overcome.

Cost Includes

  • Airports/Hotel transfers using a private vehicle.

  • Accommodation in 3 stars category Hotels.

  • Accommodation in Tea Houses or any Local Hotels with Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) 

  • Permit fees
    -National Parks
    -Conservation Area entry
    -Trekkers Management Information Service (TIMS) Permit. Visit
    -All governmental authorization and permit necessary cost.

  • Local tourist guide and Local Porter if necessary.

  • All your rescue and travel arrangements. If there is an emergency condition.

  • Medical supplies and First Aid Kits.

Cost Excludes

  • Entry Visa fee and any kinds of immigration charges in Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Nepal.

  • International Flight Fare to/from Kathmandu, Nepal.

  • Extra Night meals and accommodation on your early arrival or late departure also any domestic flight delays.

  • Extra luggage charges.

  • Personal expenses like Laundry, alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages, hot showers, phone calls, charging, boiled water/bottled waters, etc Rescue in emergency services.

  • Individual buying and souvenirs.

  • Any kinds of tips during your hotels and restaurant visit.

  • Rent or Purchase any type of equipment or gear.

  • Purchase special medicines and kits.