Western Nepal is iconized by the Annapurna massif and the popular tourist destination, Pokhara. The Annapurna region encapsulates the world’s best trekking routes. The major and popular trekking routes lead to Jomsom, Mustang, Manang, Annapurna Sanctuary and around the Annapurna range. Most of the treks, in Annapurna Region, including the &ld
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Nepal, the land replete with multifarious mighty rivers, offers an unparallel rafting experience. Barely any other country in the world is blessed with such an astonishing combo of thundering swift rivers, sub-tropical climate and mammoth white sand beaches, ideal for riverside camping. Not a surprise why Nepal is one of the first choices when it comes to this thrilling river sport. In terms of the swiftness and obstacles encountered, the rivers in Nepal have been graded on an international scale, ranging from Class 1 to 6. Rivers with gentle moving waters and meager obstacles fall under Class-1. On the other hand, hazardously swift rivers, which are almost impossible by any means, are the rivers of Class-6. As long as people are in good physical condition and aren’t scared of maneuvering along the briskly flowing waters, they should ideally be capable to raft up to Class-3 rivers. Anyone who is acquainted to the water currents and has had the experience of rafting before can opt for Class 4 & 5 rivers. As most of the rivers originate from the glaciers, their ferocity is simply unmatchable to the rest of the rivers in the world, making the rafting adventure in Nepal even more pulsating.
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Trishuli River originates from the Gandaki river system and merges with other rivers like Bheri, Marsyangdi and Seti as it flows ahead. Trusli gets the fame for the culturally stimulating and exciting river trips it offers. Rafting along its challenging rapids like Twin Rock, Ladies Delight and Scout Upset is thoroughly pulsating! During this