Seti River Rafting Trip Overview
Seti River is a unique, pleasant, and picturesque river passing through two beautiful and contrasting scenic areas. Relatively small volume, blue and warm water makes this perfect rafting for beginners, intermediate, and familiars. The Seti begins on the southeast slopes of the sacred Mountain Fishtail and then flows south as a fairly typical Nepalese mountain river. The gentle river gives way to plenty of small and straightforward rapids. During the monsoon, the intensity of the rapids increases and attracts a radically different set of rafters. Depending on the time of year, the Seti River can offer an ideal trip for those wanting to experience a first-time river adventure or just learning to kayak.
The gentle Seti River has plenty of small rapids in classes 2 and 3. The intensity of the rapid increases during the monsoon months, so if you’re looking for a much gentler and warmer rafting experience October to December and March to June are the perfect seasons for you. It is an ideal trip for someone who wants to experience the exquisite scenery of Nepali landscapes with local villages, terraced fields, and beautiful sandy beaches to camp during the warm starry night without facing challenging rapids. This rafting trip finishes at Chitwan National Park which makes it easier for someone who wants to spend a few days in the peaceful valley of Chitwan and for someone who wants to avoid traveling to Chitwan from Pokhara on a bus. It is also very well recommended for family trips and the best river to learn kayaking in Nepal.
|September - December
|Approx. 300 cumecs
|January - May
|Approx. 200 cumecs
|June - August
|Approx. 450 cumecs
Note: This Rafting Trip Can be done in a day as well but it will be a long day and we will have to start at 9;30am