Testimonials:
Mark Hosko
I interviewed 3 other travel agencies prior to Walkers Expeditions and found Walkers to be superior in cost, quality and with its overall friendly spirit. The guide and porter were very attentive, friendly, and professional. I highly recommend Walkers Expeditions and will personally use them again on my next adventure trek in Nepal.

Mike & Barbara
Thank you for a wonderful 2 days excursion to Nagarkot ! It was so relaxing and Rajan made everything so easy. The walking was good with a sunset, the accomodation, food also very good. We were treated to a magnificient sunrise at 6:45 am. Ending our day with a good trek down the valley.

Joakim Nyman / Therese Westerlund
We are very pleased with the service of this company. We have done a guided tour Around Kathmandu Valley and Jungle Trekking and we also had some help arranging hotel in Kathmandu. We highly recommend this company.
Rafting In Nepal

Nepal is landlocked country. It has world highest numerous mountain peaks. These mighty mountains and the glaciers of the himalayas are the source of fast following rivers. These rivers starting from the glacial water of the himalayas flow down due south meandering through beautiful landscape, deep gorges, valleys and flat land of south Nepal to ultimately drain in the bay of Bengal. These rivers offer rafting and kayaking trips both adventerous as well as beginners. A rafting trip in one of the river here in Nepal gives you a chance to get the real fragrance of Nepal.

The River is started from the border of Tibet and runs along side of the High way. Offering lovely views of terraced hills, scenery of landscape. After 3 hours drive from Kathmandu through the Prithivi High way, we startrafting and end at Similar if you would like to make just one-day trip and will back by bus to Kathmandu or Pokhara. It is possible to go to the Royal Chitwan National Park from here. This river provides enough fun for the first time river experience.

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The river from Tibet is one of the most actions packed short white water run in Nepal. The river drops steeply offering relentless stretches of class iii-iv white water. Boulder gardens, small waterfalls, steep chutes and 90-degree bends are just some of the obstacle to be overcome. This is not typical of the big volume waters of the Himalayan. It is steep and technical and requires a reactive crew.

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The Kali Gandaki river begins its journey high on the Tibetan plateau in the kingdom of Mustang. Plunging its way down through the Himalayas, the river carves the deepest gorge in the world between the two 8000m. Peaks Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. The Kali Gandaki was first opened to commercial used in 1991. 

The journey descends through challenging white water, unique cultures and amazing beaches. When not negotiating rapids, time on the river can be spent under cascading waterfalls, and enjoying the backdrop of the Annapurna ranges.

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The River is started from the border of Tibet and runs along side of the High way. Offering lovely views of terraced hills, scenery of landscape. After 3 hours drive from Kathmandu through the Prithivi High way, we startrafting and end at Similar if you would like to make just one-day trip and will back by bus to Kathmandu or Pokhara. It is possible to go to the Royal Chitwan National Park from here. This river provides enough fun for the first time river experience.

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The Sun Koshi “River of gold” has been rated as one of the top ten rafting trips in the world. It is also in the list of must do while in Nepal. The river rises near Shisha Pangma in Tibet and runs eastwards, draining the highest mountains of the world before emerging on the plains of India, where its joins the Ganges. Our journey takes us 270 km. through experience. 

The first two days are relatively easy and allow time to train you as a team before the bigger rapids arrive. The rapids have acquired names like meat Grinder, high Anxiety, jaws and Big Dipper from previous experience on expeditions. Say no more! There are calmer stretches between in warm water and camp on white sandy beaches. This river is a big volume high adrenaline expedition.

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Nepal’s longest river, the Karnali springs from the base of Mt. Kailash in Tibet. The center of the universe for both Buddhist and Hindu religious. Flowing south into Nepal it forms the major drainage system of the western districts. The Karnali is one of the finest big volume river trips in the world, a classic expedition into Nepal’s remote, Wild West. The starting point is Sauli where the river drops into imposing canyons filled with powerful big volume white water.

These canyons flow in to the scarcely populated areas of pristine jungle teeming with abundant bird and wildlife. Towards the end of the trip, the river gradients begins to ease as the Karnali leaves the mountains and flows in to the Gangetic plains on the Terai. The jungle thickens as the river broadens, and the pristine beaches become bigger and even more beautiful.

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There are two famous rivers for kayaking in Nepal. Lower Bhote Koshi east part of Nepal and Seti River (near to Pokhara) on the west part of Nepal a perfect ground for learning kayaking. This is a fun section for every body with some calm stretches and class II/III rapids. Before starting the trip instructor leader will deliver a safety talk and introduce your kayaking equipment and you will teach how to handle a kayak and skills like basic paddle stroke, getting in and out of eddy line, catching the waves. Avoid the obstacles, rescue and roll. It makes you confidence and enjoys the ride! Walkers Expedition offers beginners, intermediate and advanced courses in this exciting sport.

Season:
October through mid- December and March through early May are the best times. It is possible in winter, but you have to watch out for hypothermia. During monsoon (June through September), the white water sections are dangerous, but gentler stretches are run able.

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