SETI  KHOLA– The perfect
introduction to Himalayan

3 Days. 
River Distance: 63kms
Grade (high water): II-III

Himalayan rafting simply means team work and camaraderie in an idyllic wilderness setting…in a word, the Seti River.  Its waters flow through technical chutes and channels allowing our skills as paddlers to grow.  The rapids are grade II and III – big waves, challenging holes and narrow runs all ‘wetting’ your appetite for more!

The beauty of The Seti extends beyond its warmish sparkling waters.  The Seti Khola is in an isolated gorge surrounded by luscious jungle.  You can spot abundant wildlife along the river banks including monkeys, deer and a wide array of birds and butterflies.  Several villages are nestled neatly into the face of the gorge allowing us to stop for a village walk along the way.

Mid-day on the 3rd day is the take-out point down stream of where The Seti has joined
the Trisuli.  From here it’s less that an hour
to Chitwan National Park.

Groups of 6 or more:
Tailor made details. Enquiries welcome!

Day 1
0900  Rendezvous in Pokhara at Himalayan Encounter’s Base Camp for breakfast.  Alternatively, spend the previous night at The Old Inn, Bandipur
1000  Depart Pokhara and drive to Damauli, or by road from Bandipur
1130  Arrive at Damauli, our ‘put-in’ point.  Safety drill demonstration
1230 Lunch
1330  Raft for 2.5 hrs.  Practise boat skills on easy whitewater
1600  Set up riverside camp
1800  Dinner
Day 2
0800  Wake-up call with tea and coffee
0830  Breakfast
0830  Take down camp and set up rafts0930  Raft for 2-3 hrs.   To day grade II+ and III rapids
1230 Lunch
1330 Raft for 2.5 hrs – stunning scenery, some grade II and III rapids plus drifting and swimming from rafts
1600 Set up camp
1800  Dinner
Day 3
0800  Wake-up call with tea and coffee
0830  Breakfast
0900  Take down camp, set up rafts
0930  Raft for 2-3 hrs.  Best grade III rapids saved until last then confluence with Trisuli river and reach ‘take-out’ point.
1230 Reach ‘take-out’ point just after the Trisuli river and have final lunch together
1400 Pack-up gear then proceed via road to Pokhara (Bandipur, Chitwan or return to Kathmandu).  EXPEDITION ENDS.

Meals:  B,L,D from breakfast on Day 1 until lunch on Day 3

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