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Bhotekosi River Rafting

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Wild, Ranging form Steep, Adrenaline-charged Mountain streams, big rapids and relentless are the best word to describe the short run down the Bhote Kosi is short and sweet. On this river, only a few hours' drive northeast of Kathmandu, Rising from the snow-capped peaks of Tibet, the Bhote Kosi river provides some of the most exciting rafting, kayaking, Cannoning & Trekking in Nepal, and is quite possibly one of the best short white water Voyage offered anywhere in the world. Bhote Kosi river trip is an ideal trip for those looking for short whitewater voyage. On drifting along the call of the wild white waters, the rafting gets steeper arousing class IV- V rapids and later mellows into continuous streams creating class III rapid. Bhote Kosi is one of the best means to see the country and its character. While driving to the put in point .The Scenery en route is astounding, the Himalayan mountain ranges such a Langtang, Dorje Lakpa and others come into view. Along the ways are some spectacular emerald fields. Tea aced hillsides, large Canyons, Roaring waterfall and the shimmering waters of the Sun Kosi. Drawing amazing and mystifying power from high in the Bhot (Tibet), the Bhote Koshi River, tumbles into Nepal through breathtaking valleys. Glacier water, from the 10th Highest Mountain Shisa Pangma, carves a steep and direct drop at the top that gradually eases to more placid streams. The rapids over here are a solid class IV- V at high flow and a more classic III at lower levels. Continuous, Adventures Challenging and action-Packed, the Bhote Kosi offers you nothings less then the ride of lifetime memorable. Family raft trips and regular kayak clinics are available on the lower river sections and this is better place to experience the thrill and gratification of learning to kayak in the Himalayas.

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