Upper Seti Rafting

Upper Seti rafting was introduced few years back which is gained great popularity due to its location short distance from Pokhara city.  It offers very short one and half hour technical adrenaline ride along canyone of Annapurna gorge. The trip is ideally great and most liked by many young heart travelers those who love non-stop action flow of whitewater. So if you are one of the dreamer just make sure to do that great trip once. You will never forget big wash of Himalayan madness and retreats you perfect mind body and soul. The day rafting trip of Upper Seti begins after the breakfast everyday in the months of October and November as well as post spring. If you are halting in the beautiful lakeside town of Pokhara, probably it can be the best option to do something as a mind blowing day adventure.

Rafting Trip Highlights

River:                                    Upper Seti

River Grade:                       3-4 Class Exhilarating Madness

Best Time to Do:               Autumn-mid October to mid December

Put in Point:                       Hemja Bridge

Ending Point:                     At dam site-Simpani

Transportation:                 Private Jeep/Van/Taxi

Safety:                               Safety kayakers for every trip and wilderness first-aid service

07 AM:  Drive to rafting put in point (half an hour)

07:30 AM: Trip preparation and changing clothes

08:00 AM: Safety talk, learn how to row paddle and orientation

08:30 AM: Commence the rafting, and by 09:30-10 AM end the trip

11 AM: Drive back to Pokhara

12:00 AM:  Drive to rafting put in point (half an hour)

12:30 PM: Trip preparation and changing clothes

01 PM: Safety talk, learn how to row paddle and orientation

01:30 PM: Commence the rafting, and by 03:30 PM end the trip

03:30 PM: Drive back to Pokhara

Trip Cost:  US$ 50 Per Person  

(Special discount available for groups and individuals can contact for group joining basis as per own convenience schedule or simply go with other groups on our fixed departures.)

River wear 

shorts or half pant, T-shirts (long sleeve for sun protection), swim wear, sun cap, sun glass, suntan cream, personal water bottle, a pair of river sandal etc

For camp site

personal sleeping bag, lightweight shirts, T-shirts, trouser/pant, under garments, socks, a towel, light shoe, fleece type jacket, flash light, personal toiletries, camera, reading and writing materials, medication recommended by your private doctor or personal first-aid kit etc.