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Rafting in Nepal

Rafting in Nepal is the abode to eight out of fourteen highest peaks in the world along with vivid and convoluted Hindu religion and the Buddhist monasteries. This snow fed or monsoonal rain fed rivers smash down in the foothill on the way to the Great Plains and finally to the Ganges. Nepal has earned a name for itself for being the best destination in the globe for the white water rafting.

 Nepal's undulating water flowing from the glaciers of the majestic Himalayas, offer the unsurpassed thrills for Rafting and submerge oneself to the scenes and waves of water. Our well experienced river guide glides the boat into the rivers enjoying all the thrilling, wild and crazy rapids. The safety factor would be taken seriously.

Rafting Grades:

Grade I: Easy: calmly moving water with sporadic minor with few or absence of hindrances.

Grade II: Moderate: Small rapids with steady waves. Though, it requires a little bit of guts but easy to navigate.

Grade III:  Difficult: Rapids with more irregular waves and hazards are present. More difficulty in tripping but the routes are quite predictable. Scouting from the shore is required occasionally.

Grade IV: Very Difficult: here the rapids are large and require more manicuring to prevent dangerous hazards. Scouting from the shore is quite necessary here and rescue is generally difficult. Turbulent water coming with the threshold of velocity and large waves may flip the rafts.

Grade V: Extremely Difficult: here the rapids are very elongated and very violent which can cause severe Hazards. Uninterrupted and dominant water coming from all the possible directions sometimes make route finding quite difficult.

Grade VI: Nearly Impossible: Difficulties of class 5 carries to the extreme of navigability. Might possibly (but not probably) be run a team of experts at the right water level, in the right conditions, with all possible safety precautions, but still with considerable hazard to life.

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