Overview of Seti River Rafting
River Seti can be reached from Damouli roughly 160 kilometers west of Kathmandu. Rafters encounter several rapids before reaching Trishuli River. Hindu religious site Devghat marks the confluence of Kali Gandaki and Trishuli and becomes River Narayani.
This unique river passes through two beautiful and contrasting scenic areas offering a good variety of Nepal’s landscapes with local villages, terraced rice fields, waterfalls, suspension bridges, jungle rich with wildlife and a beautiful white sandy beach for camping under the stars. With fairly small water volume and a very pleasant warm water temperature the Lower Seti is a great introduction to whitewater adventure, perfect for families, first timers, nature lovers or those interested in learning river kayaking. Finishing near the Chitwan National Park, this is a great way to get off the beaten track, and enjoy a refreshing alternative to the bus to get to one of Nepal’s most popular adventure travel destinations
Rafters have a choice of either coming back to Kathmandu or continuing the journey to visit the Chitwan National Park.