Rising in the Himalayas of Dolpo district, Bheri is yet another incredible whitewater rafting river of Nepal . Due to its remote location in far- west Nepal , it remains relatively unexplored and has refreshing campsites in a serene atmosphere, surrounded by lush green vegetation and picturesque landscape. The mellow rapids of Bheri, graded as easy whitewater for its fun-filled yet calm waters offer an enchanting river trip though delightful little villages with vibrant local traditions, charming people who enjoy a warm and hospitable culture. Bheri is also considered one of the better rivers for fishing.
The two large tributaries, Thuli (meaning big) and Sani (Small!) unite at Ramnaghat to form the main Bheri River . Rafting on the crystal clear water, night stops on the clean and brilliant white sandy beaches combined with fishing and jungle safari in the Bardia National Park make the Bheri trip a superb outdoor experience in Nepal .
Departure Point: Kathmandu or Pokhara
River Start Point: Samjhighat
River Finish Point: Bardia National Park
Outward Travel Time: 1 day
River Grade: III to IV
Return Travel Time: 1 Hour
River Days: 04 Days
River Distance: 50 Kms. (Approximately)