Seti River Rafting

Hoshi Trek
Seti River is a really unique, pleasant and picturesque river passing through two beautiful and contrasting scenic areas. Relatively small volume, blue and warm water makes Seti a perfect rafting for beginners, intermediate and family. Seti rises on the southeast slopes of the sacred Mountain Fishtail and then flows to south, as a fairly typical Nepalese mountain river.

River Information

Departure Point         : Kathmandu or Pokhara
Rafting put in : Damauli
Rafting take out         : Narayanghat
Outward Travel Time : 4 1/2 Hours
River Grade         : II to III
Return Travel Time : 4 Hours
Rafting Days         : 2 Days
River Distance : 35 Kilometers

Itienary Details

 Day 01 After we have finished breakfast and repacked the raft, we will set off down the Seti River. Later we encounter the technical rapid grade 3 shortly after the rapid we leave Seti Khola and enter Trisuli River. Here the middle hills recede and the Terai plain opens before us. The Topography has changed dramatically. The twisted severe rock formations give away to sandstone and gavel deposited by antecedent rivers. After lunch we have opportunity to visit a unique religious community, Devhgat where each Year thousands of pilgrims visit the ashram to worship. At this point Kali Gandaki joins the Trisuli River. The river now becomes the Narayani River. We float further down to a small town Narayanghat. Finally we end the trip at Naranghat.
 Day 02  After we have finished breakfast and repacked the raft, we will set off down the Seti River. Later we encounter the technical rapid grade 3 shortly after the rapid we leave Seti Khola and enter Trisuli River. Here the middle hills recede and the Terai plain opens before us. The Topography has changed dramatically. The twisted severe rock formations give away to sandstone and gavel deposited by antecedent rivers. After lunch we have opportunity to visit a unique religious community, Devhgat where each Year thousands of pilgrims visit the ashram to worship. At this point Kali Gandaki joins the Trisuli River. The river now becomes the Narayani River. We float further down to a small town Narayanghat. Finally we end the trip at Naranghat.

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