Seti river Rafting, often known as the Nepal’s warmest Water River, is very famous for short and adventurous rafting in Nepal. It lies in North West of Kathmandu valley which passes through the Manaslu and Annapurna Regions then to limestone gorge of gorgeous Pokhara valley. It rises on the southeast slopes of scared mountain Fishtail. Seti river Rafting is really unique, small in volume, bluish and warm which makes it perfect for beginners, intermediate and family. It has un-spoilt greenish jungle scenery, excellent bird watching site, local cultural heritage and beautiful clean beaches, many small and undemanding rapids.
To access Seti river Rafting we drive to Pokhara from Kathmandu Valley for about 6 hour and drive to Damauli which is our put in point and we raft to Gaighat below Trishuli River confluence. It is easily accessible from Pokhara and Kathmandu valley and nearby. Seti river Rafting is famous for its beautiful scenery of forest life, attracting families, bird watchers, nature lovers and it is gentle. This river is incredibly warm and makes it perfect for beginners and for winter season also. However, during the monsoon, its swollen rapids prove an exciting test for experienced rafters and kayakers. The village life can be shortly observed closely as this area is inhabitant by Magars who are renowned for generations of service with the Gorkha Force. The Seti is an ideal trip for those wanting to experience some of stunning river scenery in Nepal without the intensity of complex or challenging rapids. It is also very well suited for family trips and is the best river to learn kayaking in Nepal.