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Two Days Lower Seti Rafting

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Duration

2 Days

Cancellation

Up to 7 days

Group Size

20 people

Languages

English, नेपाली (Nepali), हिंदी (Hindi)

Overview

Two Days Lower Seti Rafting is one of the great rafting locations for inexperienced persons and families looking to experience river rafting in Nepal in a brief interval of time. The decrease Seti river is among the warmest in the nation, and it takes you by way of handy rapids and attractive forests, presenting glimpses into the region’s rich and diverse wildlife. Two Days Lower Seti Rafting tour of the scale down Seti proves to be specifically interesting for birds lover and sightings of vultures, eagles and kingfishers are all too long-established.

Two Days Lower Seti Rafting is a impressive rafting trip for newbies, families, and individuals who don’t have so much time. The waterway is simple yet at the same time furnishes some great rushes with its rapids. It is said to be the warmest stream in Nepal. Two Days Lower Seti Rafting and Seti river itself one of the most charming and pristine streams in the Himalayas.

That is an approximate itinerary. Times and periods could trade for many causes, including climate, atmosphere, and avenue conditions.

Important Information Before Commence Whitewater Rafting in Nepal.

  • Shorts / ½ pants
  • T-shirt
  • Sports sandals or comfortable shoes that can get wet and will stay on your feet
  • Swimwear
  • Travel towel and sunglass
  • Sunscreen / sunscreen lip protection
  • Water bottle (please bring a reusable water bottle to help avoid purchasing disposable plastic)
  • A little cash for treats, tips and the occasional chance for photographs

The minimum age is typically 16 but depends on current river conditions and participant experience, water confidence, and strength. Please inquire for special consideration of children with our expert. Participants must be water confident and able to swim.

Try outdoor water adventure together with your kids. If your child is already 5 years old-this adventure for your 👪family! Explore the active way of holidays by playing friendly rapids of Nepal’s rivers together with your children. Enjoy being at nature surrounded by the incredible scenery of mountains, traditional settlements, accompanied by sounds of water and melodic of birds.
Whatever length of the trip you desire you’ll find right what you are looking for.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Rafting From: Damauli (11/2 from Pokhara and 4 Hours from Kathmandu)
  • Rafting To: Gaighat
  • Rafting Grade: Class II to III
  • Meals: Full Board
  • Rafting Length: 32KM
  • Age: 6 Years Minimum
  • Transfer: Free from Local office in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Accommodation: Camping
  • Best Season: September – December, and March - June
  • Perfect For: Adventure Lover and Bird Watchers
  • Group: 4 Minimum
  • Rafting Type: Beginners

What you will do

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Day 01: Pokhara - Lower Seti River,

Pokhara - Lower Seti River, leave from Pokhara seven am via exclusive bus experience to Madi Bridge put-in point one and a half an hour then defense briefing & demonstration at the put-in point and one and a half or two hours rafting. Picnic lunch however two or two and half of an hour reasonably more interesting whitewater rafting. Arrive at beach camp late afternoon, set-up camp then tea, coffee and snacks followed through cooked dinner and overnight at the camp.

Day 02: Pokhara, morning tea and approx. 7 am

Pokhara, morning tea, and approx. 7 am and cooked breakfast at eight am then take down camp and repack rafts and rafting two or two and half an hours in unique whitewater rapids as we reach the Trisuli River confluence, conclude at Gaighat, set pack rafts and put together for departure via private bus experience to Pokhara maximum four hours or alternative to move Chitwan National Park by way of own cost one and half of the hours.

Included/Excluded

  • Professional, highly trained and certified rafting guides
  • Professional safety Kayakers
  • Gear raft support
  • International ISO/CE certified safety equipment including personal PFDs, helmets, paddle jackets, wetsuits, and paddles
  • One night camping, including equipment
  • Meals and drinking water
  • Round trip private bus transportation from/to Pokhara
  • River permits
  • Industry-standard first aid kits
  • Insurance (required)
  • Footwear
  • Personal items (including swimwear, towel, toiletries, etc)
  • Tips for guides (optional)

Attractions

Rafting

Languages

English
नेपाली (Nepali)
हिंदी (Hindi)

Customizable

No

Activity's Location

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FAQs

Can I join the group?
Yes, if it is available, please contact us closer to the departure.
Are there any fixed departures?
No, we only run this trip on a private basis.
Is there any discount for a group booking?
Yes, we have special offers if you are ended with 10 or more pax.
Do you accept late bookings?
Yes, we accept late bookings with a minimum of 2 days before of commencement of the trip.
Do I need to have previous rafting experience?
No, you don’t need to have previous rafting experience.
What is rafting grade?
It is moderate and suitable for beginners as well.
Please mention the type of food?
We will provide Nepali Cuisine with Dhal and Rice's choice of nonveg items.
Wondering about the campsite?
We will set up our camp in an open space at the river bank where there are water facilities.
Do we have tented accommodation?
Yes, we will have tented accommodation.
What are the major attractions?
Riverside villages, tributaries, exciting rapids, nice riverbank, lush green forest, etc are major attractions of this trip.
What equipment I should carry?
We will provide all rafting and camping equipment, but you need to carry, warm clothes, a wind setter, Sunscreen lotion, hat, and camera, etc.
What is the minimum number of participants to run this trip?
We need a minimum of 4 pax to run this trip.
What is transportation service to reach and back from raft start/endpoint?
We will provide Tourist/Local bus to reach and back from raft start/endpoint based on Pokhara.
How many hours of rafting do we have per day?
We will have 3 to 4 hours of rafting per day.

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