Marshyangdi River Rafting

The challenging grade 4 to 5 rapids began on a day one and are practically continuous to the takeoff point with technical and thrilling road safari with horizon view of Himalayan Peaks.

Trip Facts

Trip Duration - 3 Days
Min. Group Size - 1+

Marshyangdi River Rafting would be in the 47 Kilometer long Marsyangdi river rise from the northern slopes of the Annapurna Himalayan Range, flows east through dramatic valley around Manang and after which swipe south to join in the Trisuli River at Mugling. The Marshyangdi River known as the raging river of Nepal is said to be that most adorable class 5 white water rafting and adventurous river in the world.

The highlight of the rafting

  • The most exciting whitewater experience
  • Steep, challenging and continuous rapids
  • Mountain views
  • Easy connection to beautiful Bandipur

The scenery is amusing in every corner of the river starting up fresh view of some of the world’s highest Peak of Mt. Annapurna and Manaslu, but these are behind –as a person said “exceptional views but you need rear view mirrors”. 2 days Marsyandi river rafting allows you to vivid photographer of sculptured rocks, a few photogenic white waterfall, and green valley. The wonderful backdrop of the white snow-capped peak makes your trip memorable in the section of white water rafting.  That even though the valley approaches the pretty densely populated caravan, but you don’t see this whilst you are padding because the river is deep in the valley.

The challenging grade 4 to 5 rapids began on a day one and are practically continuous to the takeoff point with technical and thrilling road safari with horizon view of Himalayan Peaks.

The Marshyangdi River is a perfect choice for those willing the forceful and extreme rafting trip and it is a better suitable to those who have had previous rafting experience inside an outside of Nepal.

Marshyangdi River Rafting Trip Itinerary:

Day 01: Drive to Bhulbhule:
Early in the morning, we take a car/Jeep/ Bus drive to Bhulbhule which is around 190 kilometers away from Kathmandu. It will take around 7 to 8 hours’ drive following the Trisuli and Marshyangdi River Bank in the lower belt. Once we get Bhulbhule and we either set our own tent or stay in Local Teahouse.

Day 02: Starting our Rafting Journey.
After late breakfast, we prepare to set up for rafting in the Marshyangdi River Near from Hydro Dam of Bhulbhule. The raft gets extremely excitable as we hit continuously rapid of class 4 and 5. While doing rafting in the river we will get to the witness lush green forest as we raft along the river. As there will be a break in the river because of the narrow belt and giant rock so stop there and take a drive to Paundi and spent the night with the campfire.

Day 03: Final Day of Rafting.
On the final day of our rafting journey. We then take a drive to the other edge of Paundi and back into the river then head to toward our final destination Torture. And from Torture either we a drive to Kathmandu or Pokhara.

Detail Itinenary

Bhulbhule Camp Day 01:
Drive to Bhulbhule:
Early in the morning, we take a car/Jeep/ Bus drive to Bhulbhule which is around 190 kilometers away from Kathmandu. It will take around 7 to 8 hours’ drive following the Trisuli and Marshyangdi River Bank in the lower belt. Once we get Bhulbhule and we either set our own tent or stay in Local Teahouse.
Rafting in Marshyangdi River Day 02
Starting our Rafting Journey.
After late breakfast, we prepare to set up for rafting in the Marshyangdi River Near from Hydro Dam of Bhulbhule. The raft gets extremely excitable as we hit continuously rapid of class 4 and 5. While doing rafting in the river we will get to the witness lush green forest as we raft along the river. As there will be a break in the river because of the narrow belt and giant rock so stop there and take a drive to Paundi and spent the night with the campfire.
Camp Site at Marshyangdi River Day 03
Final Day of Rafting.
On the final day of our rafting journey. We then take a drive to the other edge of Paundi and back into the river then head to toward our final destination Torture. And from Torture either we a drive to Kathmandu or Pokhara.

Service Include on Trip Cost:

  • Transport from/to Kathmandu or Pokhara.
  • Clients accommodation Food during the River Trip, including tea, coffee, and treated drinking water.
  • Highly trained and safety certified to international standards in Whitewater River Guiding, Swift Water Rescue and Wilderness First Aid English speaking licensed guides.
  • Professional safety kayakers.
  • Emergency supporters.
  • Staffs Insurance, food, accommodation, and salaries.
  • The Certified rafting equipment including helmets, Paddles, Safety jackets and wetsuits.
  • Dry bags and Pelican boxes to keep your personal items dry and safe on the river.
  • Camping logistics and equipment including shelters, tents, simple mattresses and sleeping bags.
  • River Rafting permits.
  • The requirement first aid kits.
  • All government taxes and Service Charges.

Service Not Include on Trip Cost:

  • Items for personal nature including swimwear, towel, and toiletries.
  • Unrelated transportation, accommodation, visas, travel documents, departure taxes etc.
  • Footwear
  • Personal insurance – participants must be properly insured through an emergency medical travel plan.
  • Personal Tips and Gratitude for staffs, Driver etc.

Gear List

  • Short / Half Pants
  • T-shirt/underwear
  • Sport Sandals
  • Polypropylene / quick dry long shirts
  •  Swimwear
  •  Track pants/Comfortable Long Pant
  • Warm Fleece
  • jacket (Waterproof Shell)
  • Quick drier Towel
  • Shocks
  • Shoes (Not a Trekking Boots
  • Sunglasses
  • Gloves
  • Water bottle
  • Torch / Flashlight
  • Mosquito Repellant
  • Sunscreen and lip balm with sunscreen 35++
  • Water purification
  • A set of Earplugs
  • Personal Toiletries
  • Sleeping Bag
  • First aid kit
  • Antiseptics
  • Camera and video camera
  • Travel Knife

Our Community & Social Responsibility


Save Rural Nepal is Non-Governmental Organization without profit, funded by individuals across the globe, contributing positively to the societies that make up rural Nepal. We take a holistic approach to uplift communities where they need help; we take action through specific projects that involve earthquake recovery, children welfare & schools, skill building opportunities for women, and environmental awareness.

Read More

LET’S MAKE YOUR TRAVEL JOURNEY WITH DESTINATION EXPERT; OPERATING REAL ADVENTURE SINCE 2008.

WORD OF MOUTH: OUR CIENT'S VERDICT

Visit Himalaya Treks takes pride in displaying all the reviews from our guests who have traveled and trekked with us. All the reviews, negative or positive, have been very valuable for us. These words have helped us to improve and also encouraged us to work harder to keep getting better. Please send us your reviews as your valuable suggestions are always highly appreciated.