Karnali River Rafting is known as the longest river in Nepal which offers a massive possibility of adventure with its swift rapids and technical bounces. Not only does Karnali River offers adventurous river rafting but also offers kayaking and fishing opportunity. One also can do short hiking and enjoy the fun of jungle safari here and the jungle safari and hiking lets you experience an untouched rural lifestyle of various ethnic groups. While having fun with river rafting, you mostly go through the pristine dense forest so that the rafters enjoy the topmost serenity and calmness along with the adventure of Karnali river rafting.
By and large, the Karnali region is still untouched by the flame of modernization, and the settlements and their culture are still unspoiled. The deep and massive forest offers abundant flora and fauna around the Karnali River. Moreover, there are fewer chances of spending the nights at guest houses and hotels, so the rafters are completely pleased to have a camping pleasure on the dramatic sandy bank of Karnali River. This will be a memorable stay. Most significantly, you will be amazed by the Tharu culture of the Karnali region. To reveal the truth, emerging from Mt. Kailash, the Karnali River befriends the Bay of Bengal. So, this trip is also considered to be a pilgrimage-cum-rafting trip.
The thrilling and heart-rending experience of adventurous Karnali river rafting, organic Tharu dishes, and their warmest hospitality with cultural shows, jungle safari, Dolphin excursion, crocodile watching, short hiking, and fishing are the notable highlights of this trip. It is very special for both Buddhists and Hindus as the river Karnali originates from the holy Himalaya, Mt. Kailash. The trip commences at the place named Sauli and this trip is generally combined with a visit to Bardia National Park which is one of the most popular national parks in Nepal for unique flora and fauna.