Nepal offers one of the most exciting river rafting adventures in the world for white water Kayaking, Catter raft and rafting. White water rafting means bouncing down a river in an inflatable rubber raft over crashing waves and swirling rapids for the excitement of a lifetime. Since the entire country is like a steep incline, the rivers that thunder down from the high Himalaya churn with extra ferocity to provide some of the fastest and most challenging white waters in the world. Foaming with the waters of melting glaciers the agitated rivers crash down mountain gorges and pass through hills, valleys and tropical jungles on their way to the plains of India in the south. As they flow between ever-changing landscapes, they offer a tableau of diverse flora and fauna. A white water-rafting trip can also combined with a trek or a jungle safari.
River rafting in Nepal began in 1975. There are in Nepal large number of rivers some big and others small which make this country the richest in water resources. Within the 56,000 mile boundary of Nepal, there are 250 sizeable tributaries contained in four major river systems. : The Sapta Koshi in eastern Nepal, the Karnali in western Nepal, the Mahakali in far western Nepal and the Sapta Gandaki River system in Central Nepal. But so far only about 5 rivers within these river systems have been explored commercially by canoeists and rafters. The rest are yet to be explored.There are quite a number of raftable rivers in Nepal