Bheri River Rafting is attractive river in the western part of Nepal. The river is easy for rafting fishing and other water adventures. Bheri River is in far western part of the country therefore so many hidden mysteries are there to be explored. Bheri River is one of the biggest fishing rivers with big water flowing from High Himalayas.

Bheri River adventure trip can be combined with Bardia National Park. The trip provides unique opportunity of exploring remote villages in the region. The exploration of unspoiled cultures of the local people and enjoying the picturesque views of natural scenario is very impressive side of the trip included in White water adventure. Rafting in Bheri River is easy because the rapids in the river are not violent in comparison to other rivers of Nepal. Rafting adventure in Bheri River is also attractive because of the white sandy beaches for camping. Bheri River gets its size when two tributaries combine in the river at Ramnaghat. Rafting in Bheri is yet thrilling excitement while passing through the pristine jungle and sometimes seeing the wild animals closely. The settlements of the areas are traditional which give the glimpse of rural Nepal especially Far Western Region.

Bheri River Rafting adventure is life memorable trip for the visitors who are looking for something fresh being away from hustle and bustle of city life. Rafting in Bheri, Fishing, Jungle Safari in Bardiya National park and exploring the surrounding area gives full satisfaction with exciting adventure. Himalaya Family Adventure organizes the package for Veri River Rafting.

Trip Highlights:

Departure Point    Kathmandu/Pokhara
River Start Point          Samjighat
River Finish Point        Bardia National Park
Outward Travel Time      1 Hour
River Grade           III-V
Return Travel Time 1 Hrs.
Group Size          4-12 People


Day 01: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj, it is an hour's flight with spectacular views of the Himalayas. On arrival drive to the put in point Samjhi ghat which will take approximately 3 to 4 hours. The drive itself is a unique experience, winding up through the Siwalik Hills and passing through local village. On arrival at the starting point your own-tented camp awaits you by the bank of the Bheri River. Dinner will be layout for you around the camp.

Day 02: KUMALGAUN After breakfast we break camps and starts on our adventure down the Bheri River. After 20 minutes, we encounter our first's big rapid, one of many to come. The Bheri itself is so remote that it remains a relatively unexplored river of west Nepal. The first section of the river is quite rough with twisted bend creating many exiting rapids. We stop for lunch beside the river and take time to explore the surrounding area, bird watch or simply laze in the midday sun. We continue to encounter more white-water and come to the rest on one of the many sandy beaches.

Day 03: Jamu- the "Exciting" section gives way to a narrow gorge section with vertical cliffs of 200-300 feet on either side interspersed with open valley where there are small villages. This area is generally scenic but here too white-water in encountered. Once again we find one of the many pristine beaches for our camp side for the night.

Day 04: Bardia National Park the final Day on the river still holds a few surprises with several but exciting rapids to be encountered. After an hour's float we arrive at the confluence of the Bheri River and The Karnali River. Once again we enter another gorge section, this time opening onto the huge plain plains of the southern tarai region of Nepal. Once through this gorge we enter into the Royal Bardia National Park.

Safety for Rafting

Of course when rafting especially during the high water, your safety is our main concern. Prior to going on the water, our guides will give you a complete safety talk and demonstration of how to deal with any situation that might occur whilst on the river. Of course you will be supplied with and required to wear a helmet and life jacket at all times. Our guides make the trip fun for you but at the same time they don’t take unnecessary risks. Though on some rivers we run high class rapids, they all within the limits of our guides. Our guides all highly qualified and experienced allowing them to give you the thrills of the river in safety. Of course there are occasions when accidents do happen, that’s why our guides have full first aid training and know how to handle such situations. Safety comes first in everything we do.

Cost includes

All rafting equipments with guide, full meals while you are on the river, round trip transportation by tourist vehicle and river permit, Meals, Western and continental food (breakfast, lunch, dinner) during your rafting trip, River Permit, Necessary equipment as high quality self-bailing rafts, lifejackets, helmets, plastic paddles, wetsuits   (only during the winter) on certain rivers, dry bag for gear, camera barrels and all safety and  medical   equipment, Safety Kayak, Necessary Staffs (Guide, Helpers, Cook etc), Tented accommodation in beautiful river beach with camp fire, insurance for all staff and their transportation, Expedition elements include professional guides and leadership, First aid kid box.


We basically follow the suggestions allocated by the lonely planet guide book providing you with high quality equipment such as a self bailing raft, American Cup life jackets, white water helmets, Carlisle paddles, advance rescue Kayaks, 100 percent water proof barrels, dry bags, first aid kit, two person tent, dry jacket, sleeping bags, mattress, and professional raft guide (well trained on emergency medical technical & River safety)


We are always conscious of serving hygienic western/continental meals. Our chefs are Knowledgeable in Nepalese and international cuisines. The vegetables are iodine treated.

The Guide

All our guides are skilled outdoorsmen, superb chefs and great companions. Our guides are trained at international standards and have spent several years rowing for leading raft companies.

Necessary Items to Bring   

T-Shirt, Sun Hat/Cap, Sandal, Shocks, Warm Fleece Jacket, Warm Shirts, Good Sleeping Bag, Sun Block Cream, Special Medications, Long Trousers, Towel, Dry Shoes, Shorts, Sunglass, Water bottle, Swimsuit, Toiletries, Torchlight.