The "raging river", drains the northern slopes of the Annapurna mountains. Opened to rafting in 1996 it yields some of the most exciting class iv-v white water in Nepal. This river demands 100% commitment from both crew and guide. It is not for the faint hearted !
Located on the eastern side of the Annapurna circuit, the Marsyangdi River has long been famous for the beautiful views and world class white water. With each twist and turn the steep sided gorge walls frame a new mountain backdrop.
Difficulty: 4 + (5-)
River Days: 4
Travel days: 2
Av. Gradient 50 ft per mile
Best Season Oct / Nov / Feb /May
October: M1 (17_20) M2 (22_25) M3 (27_30)
November: M4 (1_04) M5 (06_09) M6 (11_14) M7 (16_19) M8 (22_25) M 9 (27_30)
December: M10 (02_05) M11 (07_10)
February: M12 (16_19) M13 (21_24) M14 (26_01)
March: M15 (03_06) M16 (08_11) M17 (13_16) M18 (18_21) M19 (23-26) M20 (28_31)
April: M21 (02_05) M22 (07_10) M23 (12_15) M24 (17_20) M25 (22_25) M26 (27_30)
May: M27 (02_05) M28 (07_10) M29 (12_15) M30 (17_20)
This is the perfect river for the expert kayaker. The rapids are continuous and powerful with great surfing and hole riding. A bombproof roll is a prerequisite.
Day 01: Drive to Bhote Odhar. Raft 3/4hrs on class III, III+ Camp Turture
Day 02: Drive 2 hours to Khudi -trek to the Put in Point Nagdi. Overnights at camp. Magnificent views of the Himalayas en-route camp.
Day 03: Raft - Nagdi -Khudi. Continuous Class 4- 4+ WW camp.
Day 04: Raft Khudi - Phalayak Sanghu spectacular canyons and class 4 +WW.
Drive Kathmandu or Pokhara.
- all meals during the rafting period
- rafting permit
- transportation going by tourist or local bus depending upon the mode of transportation available at put-in and pull-out point rafting, kitchen and camping equipment experienced Captain cook and other staffs groupleader will be free over ten pax
What’s not Included
- mineral water, cold drinks and alcohols during whole trip.
- emergency evacuation things of personal use member insurance