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Nepal is very famous for its white river rafting adventure activities. And it is the world’s best river for white-water river rafting. After mountain expeditions, it is Nepal’s most exciting and adventurous sport. It is a journey on the torrential river on an inflatable rubber boat. Those who can’t afford the time and prefer less rigorous adventure can choose white river rafting. Rafting on Nepal’s Himalayan rivers quenches their thirst for adventure. It is relatively easy, cheap and short. From the seat of the rubber raft, you will see the area’s colourful flora, fauna, and village life.
Nepal offers the thrill of white water rafting in an impressive setting on rushing rivers flowing through tropical jungles with snow-capped peaks in the distance. The combination of spectacular rivers, mountain scenery and rich cultural heritage makes Nepal an obvious river runner’s destination. No other country has such a choice of trips on wild rivers with warm water, a subtropical climate and big white-sand beaches that are ideal for camping. A full-day trip is about 5 hrs. It is probably enough for most people to allow enough time for filming photography, changing wet clothes, toilet, etc. And above all, they will also have time for socialising and talking with the locals.
The rafting activity had 6 different grades in terms of difficulties. Among the 6 grades, grade one is like swimming in a pool.
But on the other hand, grade six is like one-way traffic (rated in Colorado river). In other words, it may be nearly impossible to negotiate. However, anyone in reasonable physical shape and not afraid of water can safely go rafting on rivers from grades one to three.