Lower Seti River Rafting

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  • No booking fees
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  • Accommodation
  • Meals during trek
  • Travel and Pickup
  • Guide and Porter
  • Fees and Permits

Tour information Lower Seti River Rafting

  • Trip duration:

  • 2 Days
  • How hard is this trip:

  • 2 / 5
  • Start - End:

  • Pokhara - Pokhara
  • Guide language:

  • English
  • Nepali
  • Accomendation:

  • Tent
  • Rivers:

  • Lower Seti River: II, III

Come with your family and get ready for the rafting as well as beautiful nature

If you looking for simple gentle rafting adventure with your family, Seti river will be best to decide to make a holiday perfect and take a nice break and refreshment.

Lower Seti River is also known as Seti Gandaki River or Seti Khola. Located in western Nepal, Lower Seti is a left tributary of the Trishuli River. This river is also one of the holy rivers of Nepal. Many devotees worship Seti River as a form of Lord Vishnu. Not only this, but Seti River is also the central point of many stories of Hindu mythology like Mahabharata. With all the great religious importance, Seti River is widely known for some of the thrilling and adventurous outdoor activities like rafting and canoeing. In 1971, Seti River was successfully descended by Daniel C. Taylor and Jennifer Ide.

As the river passes by two beautiful areas presenting a diverse variety of landscape along with lovely local villages, cascading waterfalls, well-maintained terraced rice fields, suspension bridges, dense forests, and several wildlife & birds. During the journey, you will stay overnight in the camp on a sandy beach under the clear sky capped with millions of stars. The temperature of the water is warm and the volume of water is also low, which makes it perfect for any beginner for a warm-up paddle before capturing more challenging whitewater. If you want to have some wild family trip, the rafting on the Seti River is a perfect option for you. You can swim and spot rare wildlife during the journey. We offer a wide range of services. For further information feel free to contact us.

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Tour itinerary Lower Seti River Rafting

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  • Day 1:

    Drive to Damauli and rafting

    A today little bit longer drive to the Damauli and we pack our food, camping gears, and our changing clothes dry bags and tides on gear boat. Until that everyone will be river gear on and ready for rafting. Rafting with great landscape and river is warm and great rapids. At the evening camping on a lovely white sandy beach. We will start to build a tent for everyone and set up a candle for the night. The night will be so beautiful with a million stars in the sky.

    Included meals
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    • Tent
  • Day 2:

    Rafting from Sarang Ghat to Gai Ghat and drive

    Day start with fresh air and nature, have breakfast and again we need to pack up all our gears and ready for the river. We do so many nice rapids today than yesterday with watching waterfalls on the sides. We will have our lunch at the ending point. We start to drive to Kathmandu but if you going to Chitwan, Pokhara or different area depending on your destination, we will manage for you.

    Included meals
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch


  • Round transportation
  • Professional licensed and English speaking guide
  • Professional safety kayakers
  • Quality rafting and kayaking equipment, including boats, kayaks, helmets, paddles, PFD, wet-suit, dry bags and Pelican boxes
  • Two-man sharing tented accommodation, shelters, simple mattress and sleeping bag, toilet tents
  • All food during the rafting trip
  • River permits and government tax
  • All food/accommodation/wages for guides
  • Insurance for our staff crew
  • Medical kit box during the trip
  • Annapurna Trekking Agency certificate
Not included
  • International airfares
  • International Airport Departure Tax
  • Any type of personal expenses, such as alcoholic beverages and drinks, phone, wifi and laundry.
  • Rescue & travel insurance, health emergency evacuation cost
  • Unrelated transportation, food and accommodation
  • Footwear
  • Personal swimwear, towel and toiletries
  • Tips & Gratuities to guide and porter