FAQ

 

 

Questions to ask

Join us on a river trip in one of our popular white water rafting trips!

  1. How many in the group and how many in each raft?
  2. How many gear rafts?
  3. How will you get to and from the river?
  4. How long is each day? How many actual hours on the water?
  5. How many in the river team and what are their jobs?
  6. Where will you camp each night?
  7. What happens after you arrive at the campsite?
  8. Do the rafting guests participate in camp chores-how much?
  9. What kind of food will you be eating?
  10. What do you cook on- fires or stoves and what happen to garbage?
  11. What do people do in the evening?
  12. What kinds of paddles and how old are the life jackets?
  1. How many in the group and how many in each raft?
  2. The group size is required minimum 4 people above for each trip, each raft must be at least 6 pax and a guide, however we can add up to 8 pax depending on rivers.

  3. How many gear rafts?
  4. We provide gear raft for every multi days wildness trip 1-2 paddle rafts : 1 gear raft

  5. How will you get to and from the river?
  6. We provide private transportation to and from the river for each rafting trip and for those who looking for fly back after the trip to be on extra cost.

  7. How long is each day? How many actual hours on the water?
  8. Normally the rafting duration approximately 4-5 hours each day on the water.

  9. How many in the river team and what are their jobs?
  10. Normally in each trip, we provide a guide for a paddle raft. a safety kayaker and a gear raft guide and they do their team work job accordingly. Our rafting team members are professional and well known their job and you may join for with the team work together.

     

  11. Where will you camp each night?
  12. We camp each night by the river bank on the sandy beach everyday new camp site where we could set up tents.

  13. What happens after you arrive at the campsite?
  14. After set up the camp guide will suggest you to change dry clothes and soon our team member serve you hot drinks first and light things then you have time for observing local area for photographs and relax or you may join for the helping in the camp.

     

  15. Do the rafting guests participate in camp chores-how much?
  16. Our team member may request to rafting guests to participate for helping in the camp.

  17. What kind of food will you be eating?
  18. We provide both vegetarian and non vegetarian meals which is hygienically prepared by our team members everyday.

  19. What do you cook on- fires or stoves and what happen to garbage?
  20. We use LP Gas as a cooking fuel or kerosene stove and we take care all the garbage disposable and non disposable properly and non disposable bring it back to the town for recycle

  21. What do people do in the evening?
  22. After set up the camp guide will suggest you to change dry clothes and soon our team member serve you hot drinks first and light things then you have time for observing local area for photographs and relax or you may join for the helping in the camp.

  23. What kinds of paddles and how old are the life jackets?
  24. we have Plastic Paddle and they are update and lifejackets are quite new

     

    13. Can I bring my camera or video camera?

    Many people bring disposable waterproof cameras, which work just fine. The quality of the pictures is reasonably good, and if you lose your disposable camera, it's not the end of the world or If you do choose to bring a more expensive camera, you can protect it waterproof cases available in our trip waterproof  cases  that fit many shapes and sizes of camera. Many river trips also have professional photographers riverside, whose photos you can view and order after the trip.

    We don't recommend bringing video cameras, or even expensive still cameras, on trips.

    14. Should I tip my guide and other river crews?


    Tipping is certainly appreciated by the guides or other river crews, who work hard to make sure you have a fun, to enjoy safe trip. If you feel your guide has done a good job, keeping you entertained, safety lookafter and sharing the wonderful river environment with you, then feel free to show your appreciation.



    15. Where do you want to go rafting?

    From half day trips for beginner rafters to multi-day trips for experts, Rafting in nepal offers you the ultimate choice of whitewater rafting travel fun on over then 16 rivers in nepal.

     

    16. Which trips are best for me?

    If you are just learning to raft, start off with a Class II or III, or an easy Class IV rafting trip. If you are nervous about being part of a paddle boat, an alternative is to ride along on an oar boat, which we can offer on different rivers. Many rafters who are confident in the water, healthy, and feel adventurous, drop right into a Class IV river without prior experience. Guides will make sure you are trained in safety and paddle techniques. For Class V rivers, you must have prior class IV experience.

    Have a fun paddling with our team!!!