Tamor River Rafting is the rafting in the sixth largest river in Nepal, in Tamor River. The river is the origination of the Mt Kanchenjunga. Kanchenjunga is the third highest peak in the world. This rafting is the water expedition of 131 km in eastern river of Nepal for 8-10 days. Rafting in Tamor river was opened in 1990. Tamor River provides an extra experience of the rafting in comparison to other rivers in Nepal. The first four 16 km possess the powerful and continuous rapid of class 4. The adding of Mewakhola and Maiwakhola River increases the volume of the water as well as continuous sharp turning gives an ultimate joy of the rafting. Along with the adventure on the Tamor River you can have an outstanding view of the high peaks like Kanchenjunga, Makalu and Everest. The river journey continues upto the low lands of the Chatara.

Bhandari tours and travel arranges the various rafting packages including Tamor River Rafting. Join us for a memorable rafting and travel experience.

Itinerary

Day 01: Drive Basantapur via Dharan.

Day 02: Arrive Basantapur and prepare for trekking and camp.

Day 03: Trek to Mangalbare about 5 hours and camp.

Day 04: Trek to Guphapokhari about 5 hours and camp.

Day 05: Trek to Gorja about 5 hours and camp.

Day 06: Trek to  Dobhan about 3 hours and camp.

Day 07:
 Rafting starts at Tamor river. Run class 4/5 rapids and camp at Kabelidobhan.

Day 08:
 Rafting whitewater section and camp nearby Koya River bank.

Day 09: Raft down calm section and camp at Dumre.

Day 10: Rafting the continuous whitewater rapids of Tamor river and camp near Tribenighat

Day 11: Rafting about 3 hours and finish at Chatara. Drive back to Kathmandu.

Day 12: Arrive Kathmandu.

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