White Water Rafting |2 Days

Trip Highlights

  • Scenic river journey through lush forests and picturesque valleys.
  • Ideal for beginners and families with Class II to Class III rapids.
  • Opportunities for birdwatching and wildlife spotting.
  • Riverside camping in serene and remote settings.
  • Cultural interactions with local communities along the riverbanks.

Trip Overview

The White water rafting is considered the best river rafting for people to first experience the thrills of rafting or kayaking. For most of the year it is a gentle river, attracting families and bird watchers with its gentle rapids. It is classed from 2 to 3+ depending on the season. If you are more experienced and would like a tougher challenge why not try it out in monsoon season where the water levels are considerably higher with adventorous ups and downs.

This surprisingly warm river passes through beautiful scenery with large green hills and valleys all around with mountain’s light glimpse. That is the best reason why tourist love to come Nepal.
Nature lovers will enjoy the abundance of different bird species you will see as you travel along the waters of the Seti.

For those wanting a family rafting trip or who are new to the activity the Seti is perfect. It offers the excitement of the rapids without the intensity of complex or challenging rapids.

Outline Itinerary



Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Drive to Damauli, Starting Point

Your Seti River rafting adventure begins with an early morning drive from your accommodation in Pokhara to Damauli, the starting point of this thrilling journey. The scenic drive takes you through picturesque landscapes, offering glimpses of terraced fields, traditional villages, and the distant Himalayan peaks. Damauli, nestled on the banks of the Seti River, serves as the gateway to your rafting expedition.

Upon arrival in Damauli, you’ll be warmly greeted by your experienced river guides and rafting team. They will provide you with a comprehensive safety briefing, explaining the basics of rafting and ensuring that you are well-prepared for the adventure ahead. You’ll be equipped with essential gear, including life jackets, helmets, and paddles, to ensure your safety and comfort throughout the journey.

With your rafting team ready and your gear in place, you’ll launch your rafts into the Seti River’s pristine waters. The Seti River is known for its gentle and meandering currents, making it an ideal choice for beginners and families. As you embark on your rafting adventure, you’ll be surrounded by lush forests, quaint riverside villages, and the tranquil ambiance of this picturesque region. You’ll navigate through Class II and Class III rapids, providing an enjoyable mix of excitement and serenity.

Day 2: Rafting and Drive Back to Lodge

The second day of your Seti River rafting expedition continues with more delightful rapids and captivating scenery. As you paddle through the river’s gentle currents, you’ll have ample opportunities to appreciate the natural beauty and tranquility of the surroundings. The Seti River is not just about thrilling rapids; it’s also a haven for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts, with a chance to spot various bird species and even glimpses of wildlife along the riverbanks.

As the day unfolds, you’ll take breaks at scenic spots, allowing you to relax, swim in the river, and savor a delicious riverside lunch prepared by your rafting team. These breaks also provide an opportunity to soak in the serene ambiance and create lasting memories with your fellow adventurers.

After a day filled with rafting, laughter, and camaraderie, your rafting journey on the Seti River comes to an end. You’ll disembark from your rafts and bid farewell to the river’s gentle currents. From here, a comfortable vehicle will be waiting to transport you back to your lodge in Pokhara. The return journey allows you to reflect on the wonderful experiences and natural beauty you’ve encountered during your Seti River rafting adventure.

Equipment List

Rafting Essentials:

  1. Raft or Inflatable Kayak: The primary watercraft for your rafting adventure, suitable for navigating the river’s currents.
  2. Paddles: Sturdy, river-worthy paddles designed for whitewater use.
  3. Personal Flotation Device (PFD): A well-fitted PFD, commonly known as a life jacket, to provide buoyancy and keep you afloat.
  4. Helmet: A certified whitewater helmet to protect your head during rapids and potential collisions.

Safety Gear:

  1. Rescue Throw Bag: A throw bag with a rope for potential rescue situations.
  2. River Knife: A small, sharp knife for cutting ropes or webbing in emergency situations.


  1. Swimwear: Wear a swimsuit or swim trunks as a base layer under your rafting gear.
  2. Quick-Drying Clothes: Lightweight, moisture-wicking clothing for layering under your wetsuit or drysuit.
  3. Wetsuit or Drysuit: Depending on the season and water temperature, you may need a wetsuit or drysuit to stay warm in the water.
  4. Neoprene Booties: Neoprene booties to protect your feet and keep them warm in the river.


  1. River Sandals or Water Shoes: Sturdy, closed-toe sandals or water shoes with good traction and secure straps.

Personal Items:

  1. Water Bottle: A reusable water bottle to stay hydrated during your journey.
  2. Sun Protection: Wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses with retention straps, and high-SPF sunscreen to protect against the sun’s rays.
  3. Lip Balm: Lip balm with UV protection to prevent chapped lips from sun and wind exposure.

Camping Gear:

  1. Tent: A lightweight and waterproof camping tent if you plan to camp along the riverbanks.
  2. Sleeping Bag: A warm, waterproof sleeping bag suitable for camping in varying conditions.
  3. Sleeping Pad: An insulating sleeping pad for added comfort and warmth.
  4. Dry Bags: Waterproof dry bags for packing your clothing and personal items to keep them dry during the trip.

Personal Items:

  1. First Aid Kit: A comprehensive first aid kit, including bandages, antiseptic wipes, blister treatment, and any personal medications.
  2. Toiletries: Basic toiletries, including biodegradable soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, and a small towel.
  3. Headlamp or Flashlight: With extra batteries for camping and night-time activities.

Optional Gear:

  1. Camera: Waterproof camera or GoPro with a secure strap to capture your adventure.
  2. Insect Repellent: Depending on the season and location, insect repellent may be necessary.
  3. Snacks: Lightweight snacks for quick energy boosts during the trip.

Cost Included

  • Airport Pick up and drop off
  • All domestic land and air transportation
  • All Accommodation
  • 3 main course meals a day while trekking
  • Guide and porters
  • Necessary permits and TIMS
  • Mountain World Treks t-shirt and trekking map
  • A comprehensive medical kit


Cost not Include

  • Flights To/From Nepal
  • Tourist Visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals while not on the trek
  • Expenses of personal nature.
  • Tips for the guide, porters and driver
  • Any services not mentioned in the itineraries.
  • Any extra costs due to unforeseen circumstances

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  • Trip Duration: 2 Days
  • Trip Grading: Easy
  • Best Time: Sep - Dec, Jan - May, Jun-Aug
  • Group Size: 1+
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