Tamur River Expedition 131km, this river originated from third highest peak of the world Mt Kanchenjunga which is most powerful and exciting sixth largest river in Nepal. Having one in two experiences is main part of this trip. It is especially for those people who want to have trekking and rafting experience in one time. The sceneries witnessed during the trek way to the Milke Danda- Gupha Pokhari in eastern part of Nepal on the way of rafting put-in point is awe inspiring as the river itself. The sides of the valleys are settled with few villages and very few agriculture activities can be seen throughout the entire trip. There huge range of biodiversity formed abundant flora and fauna, clean beaches for camping along the rafting.
The different white-water adventure seekers can enjoy its tough and thrilling grade IV and V rapids along the entire non-stop river action trip. Tamur rafting trip can be also combined with Kanchenjunga region trek.
||Drive from Kathmandu to Basantapur via Dharan.
||Arrive Basantapur and prepare for trekking and camp.
||Trek from Basantapur to Mangalbare 5 hrs and camp.
||Trek from Mangalbare to Guphapokhari about 5 hours and camp.
||Trek from Guphapokhari to Gorja about 5 hours and camp.
||Trek from Gorja to Dobhan about 3 hours and camp.
||Rafting starts at Tamur River. Run class 4/5 rapids and camp at Kabelidobhan.
||Rafting white-water section and camp nearby Koya River bank
||Raft down calm section and camp at Dumre.
||Rafting the continues whitewater rapids of Tamor river and camp near Tribenighat
||Rafting about 3 hours and finish at Chatara. Drive back to Kathmandu.