Every year, thousands of tourists and visitors come to Nepal to experience various adventurous activities like Paragliding, Bungee jump, Zip Flyer, Ultralight, trekking in various trekking routes. Tourism is one of the main sources of revenue for Nepal.
Immerse yourselves in the waves of one of the most beautiful rivers of Nepal. The Upper Seti river rafting is among the shortest and sweetest river trips you can experience in Nepal. You will primarily wrestle with the same amount of waves in half a day as you would do in a full day in other rivers.
The river is located just outside Pokhara. You can reach there in half an hour’s drive from Lakeside. It flows from the rigorous Mt. Annapurna and crashes on rocks and stones along the way. Moreover, it continues towards the south and joins the Marsyangdi River.
Upper Seti River Rafting Highlights
- The thrill of the Grade III-IV white-water rapids.
- You can spend some quality time with safety kayakers, river rafting guide, and mountain sceneries
- Everyday departure throughout the year.
- You can experience an amazing view while rafting.
- Enjoy a snack after rafting and door-to-door round-trip transfers.
Upper Seti River Rafting in a Video
Nepal has many rivers that are perfect for water adventures rafting and kayaking. A Large number of streams here go through spectacular hill and mountain sceneries. They also have plenty of small to large rapids and clean water. On top of that, you get gorgeous views of Annapurna and Machhapuchhre. You can experience all this at a budget-friendly price. Also, we recommend this as an ideal short trip for first-time rafters.
We will drive towards the northern part of Pokhara with the majesty of Himalayan ranges in our sight. Our starting point is a place called Hemja. We then reach the bank of Seti River, where our guides will brief us about our journey. We begin our rafting journey with some practice sessions and continue with the rafting experience that lasts for about 2 hours.
What to bring
- Shorts /half paints
- Sport sandals or comfortable shoes that can get wet and will stay on your feet
- Travel towel
- Dry bag
If you’re looking for some quick thrills, get a single-day trip from Pokhara to Upper Seti River.