Bhote Koshi River is adventurous for white water adventure which is very challenging river for rafting and kayaking. The main branch of Sun Koshi River which flows from Tibet is easily accessed from Kathmandu. Bhote Koshi River Rafting is full of exciting gorges between the mountain valleys. These gorges are dramatically adventurous and rapids are challenging with big bounces. Himalayan River Fun has been selecting Bhote Koshi River as challenging and enjoyable adventure sports in Nepal.
Bhotekoshi River is not so away from Kathmandu therefore easily accessed driving through highway. Bhote Koshi is itself very challenging river as the road way view provides while travelling to access point of rafting. The upper Bhote Koshi ends at Barabise and the Lower Bhote Koshi starts at Lamosangu Dam. Bhote Koshi River Rafting is a short adventure trip of 2 days. The flow of the river quickens heart beat before beginning the rafting and blood freezing adventures while passing through some rapids
Rafting is one of the most exciting ways of exploring Nepal. Options range from paddle rafting a team to kayaking alone in the water. Yet another extremely popular water-sport option is canyoing to explore hidden landscape. Rafting trips are usually planned in the dry seasons from October through mid-December and march through early may. The government has opened the 16 rivers graded on a scale of 1 to 5 for commercial rafting. Such as: Trishuli River (1 up to 3 days rafting/kayaking), Seti River (2 days rafting trip), Bhote Koshi River (1 day rafting trip), Kali Gandaki River (3 days rafting trip), Marsyandi River (1 to 2 days rafting/kayaking trip), Sun Koshi River (7 to 9 days rafting trip), Arun River (9 days rafting adventure combining with trek), Karnali River (10 days whitewater rafting and kayaking), Tamur River ( 10 to 11 days rafting adventure combining with 4 days trek).