The Trishuli River is named after the mythological and symbolic weapon “TRISHUL” (Trident) of Lord Shiva. The River originates in the Himalayas flowing through the southern of Nepal, joins the Narayani river and enters India to mingle with the Ganges and ultimately end in the Bay of Bengal. The total rafting stretch is a distance of 88 Kilometers and the guests can schedule their trip from 1 – 4 days.
The Trishuli is a splendid river for white water rafting with excellent rapids including Technical ones and picturesque scenery with fantastic rock formations. Typical villages, their people attired in multi fashioned clothing and engaged in their daily works on terraced rice fields can be observed from the river.
Native and migrant birds are in abundance for keen bird lovers. Rafting in the Trishuli is very convenient as the put in points are accessible by road and has become the most popular among all the rivers of Nepal.