Bhotekoshi River is one of the famous rivers for rafting in Nepal. Flowing along the Nepal-Tibet border in Sindhupalchowk district of Nepal, Bhotekoshi River has its origins in Tibet. As ‘Bhote’ literally means Tibet, the name also suggests as ‘river from Tibet’. Along with the popular activity of Bunjee jumping, Bhotekoshi River is the site both for bunjee jumping as well as rafting. Rafting in Bhotekoshi River starts from a resort and ends near the Dam covering 17 km. Bhotekoshi River is very popular for rafting because the rafting site is only 3-4 hour drive away from the capital city of Kathmandu.
Bhotekhoshi River goes flows along the Araniko Highway to Lhasa. Bahrabise is the ending point of Bhotekoshi river from where the river merges with Sunkoshi River. Rafting in Bhotekoshi River is perhaps the best rafting experience among the several rivers in Nepal. Rafting in Bhotekhoshi River is suitable for those rafters, who are rather adventurous and who are eagerly waiting for fun with lots of challenges of white water rafting. It is filled with thrill, adventure, sharp bends and turns, great rapids, which make this river a prime destination for rafting in Nepal. The best seasons for Rafting in Bhotekoshi River are between the months of September and December and between January and May. You can also enjoy the great natural beauty of the region during the course of rafting, and refresh yourself being close to the gift of nature.
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