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January 5, 2020

Reveling in major seven rivers of Nepal

Rivers of Nepal: File photo

Have you ever heard the melodious musical sound produced by the rivers anywhere during your travel?  The rivers have a soothing effect on our minds. The serenity and beauty of a river can be felt only after soaking yourself into it.

Nepal is rich for being blessed with so many mountains and rivers that offer jaw-dropping views to you and lure you to engage in activities such as kayaking, bungee jumping, rafting, etc. You can also just relish the peace and tranquility of these river surroundings.

Visit Nepal 2020 has already ensued with the beginning of New Year 2020. Now, it’s time to execute your plans for a trip to Nepal and move to one of the rivers of Nepal to mix and mingle with the river to go through amazing lifetime experience

Gandaki River

Gandaki River is one of the rivers flowing from Nepal to India since immemorial times that has innumerable pious stories associated with it.

Sunkoshi River

Sunkoshi River is the largest rivers in Nepal. It is also known as the river of gold. Unforgettable rafting and kayaking moments can be relished in this river, besides having amazing camping along the river banks. The flavor of the river rafting is added by the stunning view of Kanchenjunga and captivating glimpses of rural ethnic cultures in the surrounding of the river.

Tamur River 

Tamur River is one of the seven tributaries of the Koshi River. This river also can be the best option for romancing with kayaking and rafting fun in 2020.

Marshyangdi River 

Marshyangdi River is one of the mountainous rivers that offers you stunning views of the mountains of Nepal. This river also offers challenging as well as exhilarating fun of kayaking and rafting.

Trishuli River 

The term –Trishuli River– in local language means the Trishul or trident of Lord Shiva. This river stems from Tibet and flows from Nepal to the Indian subcontinent. Exhilarating rafting can be enjoyed in this river too.

Karnali River 

Karnali River is one of the largest and longest rivers of Nepal that offers exciting and stunning scenic views during rafting and kayaking. It stems from the Mt. Kailash and flows through Bardia National Park and finally reaches India.

Bhote Koshi River 

Bhote Koshi River is another beautiful river that originates from Tibet in which rafting and kayaking can be done most brilliantly. Besides, the Bungee jump can also be done in this river.

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