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Tamur River Rafting

This breathtaking combination of short trek and wild River rafting takes its flow from the melting snow of the mighty Kanchenjunga massif which is the third highest peak in the world. The remoteness of this river makes is truly beautiful and unspoiled as it roars its way through deep gorges and lush countryside.

Along the Tamur there are very few villages and limited agricultural areas. Its shores are dotted with pristine white sandy beaches which are ideal for camping. The Tamor offers spectacular white water. This trip involves a three day trek through the foothill of Himalayas. Combining the best of Nepal's rafting and trekking, this is an unforgettable journey. The river well earned its name, 'the jewel of the east'.

Departure Point: Kathmandu
River Start Point: Dovan
River Finish Point: Chatara
Outward Travel Time: 00 Hours
River Grade: III to V -
Return Travel Time: 00 Hours
River Days: 11 Days
River Distance: 131 Kms. (Approximately)

Tamur River Rafting Itierary

Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Basantapur via Dharan.
Day 02: Arrive Basantapur and prepare for trekking and camp.
Day 03: Trek from Basantapur to Mangalbare about 5 hours and camp.
Day 04: Trek from Mangalbare to Guphapokhari about 5 hours and camp.
Day 05: Trek from Guphapokhari to Gorja about 5 hours and camp.
Day 06: Trek from Gorja to Dobhan about 3 hours and camp.
Day 07: Rafting starts at Tamur 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 continues whitewater rapids of Tamor river and camp near Tribenighat
Day 11: Rafting about 3 hours and finish at Chatara. Drive back to Kathmandu.

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