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Seti River Rafting


Kayaking in Seti River, Seti River is Rafting & Kayaking River. It is really famous for Kayaking ClinicThe Seti is an excellent two day trip in isolated area along the warm Himalaya white water with beautiful jungle and plenty easy rapids. This is an excellent trip for learner or intermediate kayakers and family trip.

The short Seti River makes for an ideal introducing to rafting. This trip offers beautiful mountain views of the Annapurna South, Fish-tail and Lamjung Himal. River Seti (Grede 3-5) can be reached from Damauli roughly 160 kilometers west of Kathmandu. Rafters encounter several rapids before reaching Trishuli River. Hindu religious site Devghat marks the confluence of Kali Gandaki and Trushuli and becomes River Narayani. Rafters have choice of either coming back to Kathmandu or continuing the journey to visit the Chitwan National Park.

From : Damauli
To : Gaighat
Distance : 40 Km
From Ktm. : 5 Hrs.

Rafting Itinerary

Day 01: Early in the morning at 6:30 am we drive to Damauli to start our rafting adventure. It is a 2 hour drive from Pokhara and 4 hours from Kathmandu. Once at the put in we pump rafts and have out safety talk about how to raft and what to do in case of emergencies. We start on the Madhi Khola which after a few minutes joins in to the Seti . Seti means “White Water” if you will come you will see why! It’s all class 2-3 white water so exciting but not terrifyingj for those first timers. We raft about 4-5 hours and will make camp at Saranghat. Here you can check out the village or just relax after the day. Dinner around 8 and then It’s to bed for the next day is just as fun!

Day 02: After breakfast we load up the rafts and head in to our last day. More class 2-3 rapids to get you wet and make your heart beat harder. The Seti runs in to the Trishuli river and we take out at Gaighat here we will have lunch. From here you can head to Chitwan National Park, Pokhara or Kathmandu buses are plenty and easy to fine.

What to bring

  • Sleeping bag
  • Foam sleeping mattress
  • Personal toiletries, sun block lotions,Light woolen sweater for camp wear Extra pair of shorts trousers/shirts Flashlight or headlamps Open Sandal,   Cash for drinks, snacks on the way


All meals during the rafting period
Rafting permit
Transportation going by tourist or local bus depending upon the mode of transportation
Available at put-in and pull-out point
Rafting, kitchen and camping equipment experienced Captain
Cook and other staffs group leader will be free over ten pax


Airfare domestic / international
Visa Fee US $ 30.00
Airport tax domestic / international
Hard / Soft Drink like alcoholic beverage / mineral water
Personal travel insurance / medical insurance
Emergency evacuation things of personal use
Tips for rafting crew

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