About Lower Seti River
You can do it very easily and it’s very suitable for family trips, stand up paddle boarding (SUP) and kayak clinics for people who want learn kayaking in Nepal.
There is variety of sensational scenery including jungle, waterfalls and remote villages.
Enjoy beautiful remote beach camping
It is a great river to introduce your young family to whitewater rafting, it is gentle enough for first timers and to all families with kids, couples of people travelling solo looking to do a river journey in Nepal.
Drive from Pokhara to the Seti river rafting starting point and raft for two days. Afterword if you want to you can go and explore Chitwan National Park and do a safari adventure tour!
This unique river passes through two beautiful and contrasting scenic areas offering a good variety of Nepal’s landscapes with local villages, terraced rice fields, waterfalls, suspension bridges, jungle rich with wildlife and beautiful white sandy beaches for camping under the stars. With smaller water volume and very pleasant warm water temperature the Lower Seti is a great introduction to whitewater adventure, perfect for families, first timers, nature lovers or those interested in learning river kayaking. Finishing near the Chitwan National Park, this is a great way to get off the beaten track, and enjoy a refreshing alternative to the bus to get to one of Nepal’s most popular adventure travel destinations
If you are looking for a gentle river adventure, travelling with young children or simply looking for a unique way to get from Pokhara to Chitwan, then this is the perfect trip for you.
This river is also ideal for people who want to learn kayaking. For beginner paddlers we offer two night three days’ river expedition downstream combined with one day on the Fewa Lake flat water in Pokhara which totals are four-day kayaking course.
AHN can also run 1 night 2 days’ river trip and the rapids are graded is 3+.
We run trips from both Adventure Hub Nepal Pokhara or Kathmandu office.
Departing 6:30 am (private bus)
Starting point is Damauli, 1 ½ hours’ drive from Pokhara and 3 and half hours drive from Kathmandu.
The finishing point is Gai Ghat and then it is around 3 and half hours’ drive back to Pokhara and 4 hours’ drive to Kathmandu.
If you are returning to Kathmandu after the trip we can provide you with local or private transportation on your request