One of the best experiences to experience in the impressive and powerful river is the Tamor River Rafting. Beginning around Kanchenjunga, the Tamor River is a major river in eastern Nepal.
One of the best experiences to experience in the impressive and powerful river is the Tamor River Rafting. Beginning around Kanchenjunga, the Tamor River is a major river in eastern Nepal. The Tamor and the Arun join the Sun Koshi at Triveni Ghat to form the giant Saptakoshi. Spatakoshi flows through Mahabharat Range onto the Gangetic plain. Tamur is the sixth-largest river in Nepal. In addition, it is among one of the popular rivers which are highly suitable for adventure and water sports. Similarly, rafting is a popular sport carried out in this river. This river showcases the scenario of the Eastern part of Nepal. Besides, you will come to witness the life of a peaceful place that is untouched by modernization on the way to the raft. Therefore, the sides of the valley are wooded, with few villages and a glimpse of hills and natural landscapes along the way.
This river rafting is best suited to those with a sense of adventure and those who are seeking something different from the rivers of Nepal. In addition, if you are into an extreme adventure to the river of Nepal, then Tamur is the best option for you. The rivers in Nepal are directly flown from the Himalayas making it an ideal place for rafting. On the other hand, the Tamur river rafting can ideally be combined with trips to Chitwan National Park or treks in the Kanchenjunga region. In addition, the river has excellent beaches for camping. Besides, you will explore plenty of wildlife on the way, various species of birds. However, rafting in the Tamur river gives you the feeling of a wilderness expedition. The rapids are huge for grades 4 and 5- which are challenging and exhilarating. The volume of water ensures non-stop river action.
This trek takes you along the top of a 3000-meter ridge through beautiful woods and meadows. Similarly, this trip provides you with a view of magnificent Kanchenjunga, Makalu, and the Everest Massif in the far distance. Similarly, the trek lets you enjoy the alluring chirping sound of the birds through the lush vegetation of the thick rhododendron forest as well as the verdant meadows towards the heart of Eastern Nepal.
The rafting at Tamor starts from an early drive from Kathmandu to Basantapur via Dharan. From Basantapur, start trekking for about 5 hours to Mangalbare. Similarly, from Mangalore trek for another 5 hours to reach Guphapokhari. Likewise, pass through several places in Gorjha, Dobhan and finally get ready to have a wonderful rating experience at Tamor river. Rafting at Tamor takes you to camp at the bank of Kabali Dobhan, Koya, Dumre, Triveni Ghat, and finally to Chatara. The journey lets you witness the wilderness of nature and passes through several villages as well as explore the culture and tradition of people living around there.
Arrival at Kathmandu.
Drive from Kathmandu to Basantapur via Dharan.
Basantapur to Mangalbare
Mangalore to Guphapokhari
Trek from Guphapokhari to Gorja
Trek from Gorja to Dobhan
Rafting at Tamor
Kabali Dobhan to Koya
Koya to Dumre
Dumre to Triveni Ghat
Triveni to Chatara and back to Kathmandu.
Note of above trekking package plan:: B L D Plan = Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner are included. B L Plan = Breakfast and Lunch are included.
Our airport representative will pick you up from the airport terminal and transfer you to a hotel in Kathmandu. Besides, you can spend your remaining time exploring around Kathmandu. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.
Early morning after breakfast drive from Kathmandu to Dharan. It takes about 7 hours to drive from Kathmandu to Dharan. Then from Dharan drive to Basantapur. It takes another 1 and half hours to drive. Overnight at Basantapur.
Early morning after breakfast, start trekking from Basantapur to Mangalbare. It takes about 5 hours to walk from Basantapur to reach Mangalbare. Overnight at camp in Mangalbare.
Early morning after breakfast, start your trek for about 5 hours from Mangalore to Guphapokhari. Furthermore, enjoy the scenario that comes along the way. Also, spend some time exploring Guphapokhari and set the camp overnight.
Again, wake up early and have some breakfast. Gather the energy to trek for 5 hours today from Guphapokhari to Gorjha. Similarly, upon reaching Gorja, enjoy the natural scenario and explore sometime over there. Overnight at camp in Gorja.
Today the walk will be a little shorter than the rest of the day. You will be walking for only 3 hours today. From Gorjha, you will trek to Dobhan. Similarly, at Dobhan, you can enjoy the natural scenario along with the lifestyle of the people. Finally, set camp for an overnight stay
Finally, on day 7, you will enter the Tamur river for rafting. Before rafting our guide will give you a short briefing and safety measures to follow during rafting. Then start rafting and run classes at 4/5 rapids. Then, camp at Kabali Dobhan.
From kabelidoban, we will raft for some hours and reach Koya. Then, we will camp at the river bank near Koya.
The rapids today will be less than any other day. You will be rafting through the calm section to witness the beauty of the natural scenario that Nepal has to offer. Thus, you may encounter several species of birds and animals on the way from the river. Set a camp at Dumre.
Today you will be rafting the continuous whitewater rapids of the Tamor River. Then, camp near Triveni Ghat.
Today you will raft for about 3 hours and finish at Chatara. Then, from chatura drive back to Kathmandu.
Departure from Kathmandu to your onward destination.
Travel insurance is compulsory for all Clients undertaking any tour. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter evacuation, loss of luggage, etc. For your kind information, we would like to give a list of the insurance companies, please inquire with them.