Rises in Dolpo district,Two large tributaries, the Thuli (meaning big) and Sani (Small!) join at Ramnaghat to form the main Bheri River. A remote and easy river, beautiful scenery, good fishing, unspoilt villages, interesting local peoples. Blue water, good white beaches and fine campsites. Bheri river rafting can be combined with Fishing and Chitwan Jungle Safari trip to make it more exciting and fun. Flight from Kathmandu Nepalganj, it is 1 hour flight with spectacular views of the Himalaya, and transfer to Samjhighat which will take approximately 3-4 hours. The drive itself is a unique experience, winding up through the Siwalik Hills and passing through local villages.
It is 1hour flight with spectacular views of the Himalaya, and transfer to Samjhighat, will take approximately 3-4 hours. The drive itself is a unique experience, winding up through the Siwalik Hills and passing through local villages. Crew waits you by the bank of the Bheri, night at tent. Dinner will prepared and be layout around the camp.
Day begins with hot cup of tea, after breakfast we break campsite and starts on our expedition down on the Bheri. Just 20 minutes after we start, we encounter our first 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 Bheri is quite rough with twisted bend creating many exciting rapids. We stop for lunch beside the river and take a time to explore the surrounding area, bird watching or simply laze in the midday sun. We continue to encounter more white-water and come to the rest on one of sandy beaches.
Very exciting section gives way to a narrow gorge 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 also too encountered the white-water. Once again we find one of the many pristine beaches for our camp side for next couple of nights.
We are encountering fishing programs, between Jamu and Chisopani this is the section where you enjoy fishing.
Royal Bardia National Park in the final day on the river but still holds a few surprises with several exciting rapids to be encountered. After an hour float we arrive at the confluence of Bheri and Karnali. Once again we enter another gorge section, this time opening onto the huge plain, the plains of southern Terai region of Nepal. Through this gorge we enter into the Royal Bardia National Park. It depends how we schedule the program, either continue floating or meet one of Rhinos staff and transfer to lodge.