About Seti River Rafting
The Seti River is a relatively tranquil river easily accessed from Pokhara and is especially good for family outings as well as beginner to intermediate kayaking and pleasant rafting. The beautiful views along the journey make the river a popular choice for short, pleasant rafting trips. Without strong rapids, the Seti is perfect for a relaxing float.
Along the journey the Annapurna Range, Lamjung Range and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) peak can be seen. The Seti River adventure can be extended up to a serene two-day rafting trip, and we will enjoy overnight camping at secluded beaches.
It starts with an easy, scenic drive from Pokhara. As we float along the Seti we take in all the beauty Nepal has to offer including rural farmland, lush landscapes, jungles, remote villages, glimpses of white peaks and perhaps observing wild animals in their natural settings. Nepal’s diverse landscape offers something spectacular at every bend in the river.
The Seti River takes its name from the whitish color of its waters. It has origins in the high Himalaya of the Annapurna Range. Annapurna I is the 10th highest peak on the planet and the first peak over 8,000 mt / 26,247 ft to have been scaled. We offer several options to choose from for a Seti rafting excursion depending on your schedule and timetable. The Seti River can be rafted at any time of the year and even in the monsoon when the extra flow provides more excitement.
For our overnight trips, the river adventure is broken up by slow-paced rest on sandy beaches for meal stops and camping under the starry skies.
Throughout the excitement, we follow the highest safety standards and have your well-being as our top concern. Our journeys are safe and enjoyable. Our crew of trained specialists has years of experience guiding on this river and we provide the best gear and the rafts are always accompanied by safety kayakers looking out for you.
Please Note: There are additional options for more exploration in the area that can follow a river adventure including trekking, mountain biking, paragliding, bungee jumping, a zip line, jungle safaris and more. If you have the time and the interest, just let us know and we can combine this rafting trip with other adventures.