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Arun River Rafting

The easiest ways to approach this river by plane to Tumlingtar is closer to put in point Kartikeghat where as you have to trek from Tumlingtar. Alternatively one can drive for 1½ days. This trip begins with a 3-day trek through remote villages in Eastern Nepal – an area few visitors ever see – camping out in lush forests with views of the snowcapped Himalayan peaks. On the river, the powerful current drives your raft or kayak through 6 days of great white water action and you have to face more challenges each day as the number of rapids come one after another in succession; at night you relax on fantastic beaches in dramatic valleys. In our opinion, the combination of trekking, spectacular scenery, great rapids and remote location makes Arun the best river to run the fantastic white water rafting trip in Nepal.

Finally Arun meets with the Sunkoshi into a confluence of the Saptakoshi River. Below this confluence it is the same as Sunkoshi river trip.

General Information on Arun River
Grade For Autumn Spring
Oct – Dec 4 to 5
Spring
Feb – May 3 to 5
Possible operation: Autumn & Spring
Departure: Fix and on request
Rafting days: 11 days (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)
Entrance by: Fly to Tumlingtar for 45 minutes or drive to Basantapur 19 hours
Put-in point: 45 minutes down from Tumlingtar
Put-out point: Chatara
River distance: 70 km.
Possible optional trip to: Koshi Tappu or Royal Chitwan National Park for an excellent jungle safari
Numbers of pax require: Minimum 6 persons

Itinerary for Arun River Adventure:

A unique river passing through the two greenery hills usually explored by beginner and intermediate kayak learners and rafters. It has impressive gorges exciting rapids on its small volume white water