The Tama Koshi is a powerful, major, river with a volume twice of the Bhote Koshi. The river mainly starts flowing from Tibet and drains out the excessive amount of water through mountains and glaciers. 'Tama Koshi' in Nepali means 'River of Copper'. You'll have the perfect glimpses of snow-capped mountain of Rolwaling and Khumbu region during Tama Koshi river rafting. You will find the world's most thrilling whitewater with a wide range of difficulties, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. The river rafting trip in the Tama Koshi is listed as one of the Nepal’s classic river journeys. If you have never rafted before and have limited time but desire to participate in adventurous activates than Nepal Rafting Tama Koshi can be the best trip for you.
About 3 hrs drive from Kathmandu or 24 hrs from Pokhara takes you to the point Charaundi or Fisling. Tama Koshi River rafting is comfort with many high action rapids & great chances for swimming and wildlife spotting. Actually Tama Koshi River is too wild for commercial run because it has 4 to 6 grade rapids and some of the rapids are uncross able but for the Kayakers this river is excellent which will provide you a life time experience. Recently a hydroelectricity power plant (The Khimti Project) has been constructed in the Khimti area alongside the river.
Today we leave
Day 2: The very morning begins with a breakfast and we prepare for the rafting today. We end our day on the beach at Gaighat or Simaltal. From here our guide will arrange for your return back journey.
Grade for autumn: Year round 3
Grade for spring: July 3 to Sept 4+
Possible Operation: Autumn & Spring
Rafting Days: 02 days (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)
Entrance Day: 3
Put-in Point: Charaundi or Fisling
Put-Out Point: Mugling or Simaltal / Gaighat
River Distance: 38 km.
Optional Trips To:
Size of Group: Minimum 6 persons