Description

Bheri River is denoted as the easy river. The river Bheri has its origin in the Dolpo region of Nepal. This river flows through Surkhet valley before joining the Karnali River and after entering the plain Terai it flows into the Bardiya National Park in mid-western region in Nepal. It is said that River Bheri is non-tourism area due to which very few people visits here. During the rafting, one can explore the typical Nepali villages with well-preserved ancient traditions. Rafters that raft in other rivers in Nepal will not have a chance to know about Raute community. Here you can observe the Route people’s lifestyle.

Itinerary

Cost Details

Cost includes

  • Experienced Guide& Supporter, All meals during the rafting period (B/L/D)
  • Accommodation camping in Tent,
  • All national Park permits
  • Rafting permit.
  • All necessary fees.
  • Round trip Ground Transportation
  • Rafting, kitchen and camping equipment experienced Captain Cook and other staffs
  • All Rafting equipment including life –jacket, helmets, paddle, paddle top & self balling raft.
  • All our equipment is of the highest quality, clean and well maintained

 

Cost Excluded

  • Mineral water, cold drinks and alcoholic beverages during the whole trip
  • Hotel accommodations & meals at if you stay anywhere at the hotel during whole trip
  • Emergency evacuation
  • Things of personal use
  • Member insurance
  • International airport pick up drop (if you order we can arrange)
  • Tips to Staffs
  • Sleeping bag (USD $ 1 Dollar)

Departures

This is departure.

Information

River Distance 142 km/125 miles

Rafting put in point:-Devisthal

Rafting ending point: – Chisapani

Water Volume (Cumecs):-170cms

 

Trip Preparation and pre-departure meeting

Please note there will be a per-departure meeting at 6pm at our Kathmandu office the day before the expedition. This is a change to get the group together and discuss the River journey. At the meeting you have a change to meet your guides and we can answer any last minute queries, give out personal gear bag and collect money for beer kitty. This is also the time to coordinate the logistics of luggage and valuable storages or transfer if you are not returning to Kathmandu after the trip.

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