Seti river rafting
2 Trees Planted for each Booking
If you are looking for a change from the mountains why not consider the option of a two day river raft on the Seti River?
The put in for two days river rafting on Seti river is at Damauli about 1 ½ hour drive outside Pokhara. The rafting trip finishes at lunch time on the second day near the road south of Mugling. You will be collected by private vehicle for your onward drive to Chitwan or Kathmandu depending on your program.
Our skilled river guides make the rafting easy for guests of all experience levels on a river grade with rapids suitable for any age groups. The rapids encountered varying from light to moderate difficulty depending on the time of year.
Floating down the river gives us a chance to see village life along the banks as well as the abundant variety of birds.
Seti River Tented Camp comprises sixteen permanent safari-style tents with attached bathroom and veranda. The twin-bedded retreats feature the convenience of reading lights near the beds and hot running water and flush toilets in the attached shower. Coffee and tea is delivered to each tent every morning by the attentive and friendly camp staff.
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Ker & Downey's Seti river camp in Nepal
Accommodations are in safari style tents with twin beds and attached bathrooms. The bathrooms have hot showers and flush toilets.
Towels and bathrobes are provided. Beds have sheets and blankets. Each tent also has “Crocs” (one large pair and one medium pair). Meals are served in a central dining hall. Soft drinks and local alcohol are included during happy hour. Coffee and tea is delivered to each tent every morning by the attentive and friendly camp staff. Drying lines for wet clothes are located on the side of each tent. There is a small library where books can be exchanged.
Light is provided at night by kerosene lamps and the tents also have solar lights and torches/ flashlights (although we recommend you bring your own too). The kerosene lights are placed outside your tent and on paths. You may wish to bring the lamp into your tent at night. This should however be placed outside your tent before going to sleep. There is no electricity at the camp in keeping with a wilderness experience.