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Nepal has a good reputation to be the best place in the world for rafting and kayaking. Nepal's mountain scenery has drawn trekkers as well as climber for many years. These same mountain shape an incredible variety of white water challenges for paddlers. A series of the world's most outstanding river journey are here. Ranging from steep, adrenaline charged mountain streams to classic big volume wilderness expeditions. the combination of spectacular rivers, mountain scenery and a rich of cultural heritage makes as a river runner's destination. No other country has such a choice of trips on wild rivers with warm and clean water. There has been a continuous to increase the number of rafter and kayakers come and it is justifiable recognized as a Mecca for rafting.

The best time for rafting in Nepal is September to December and march to June. In this time, the rivers can be extremely high with monsoon run off. Any expedition attempted. At this time require a very experience rafting company with an intimate knowledge of river and b guide. From mid October onwards the weather is settled and this is one of the most popular time for rafting. from June to August, the monsoon rains arrive. The river carry 10 times low-water level and can be flood with 60 to 80 time the river low water level. its not good time for raft.

Rafting tips
Tips you should before and during a rafting session:
Always choose a river grade according to your age and experience. For example – never take kids or elderly people on a grade 4 and above rivers. For beginners, grade 3 rivers are most suitable as they are less risky.

Always make sure you have put on your life jacket and helmet properly. These gears are meant to save your life in case you fall into the river. The life jacket should be strapped on tightly and the floating device round the neck should always be exposed. This ensures that your head is above the water should you fall off during a rapid.

Always make sure that you hold the raft paddle correctly. The standard way to hold it is to hold the T-grip with your palm with the thumb going underneath it, giving it the appearance of a fist. Without this you could easily lose hold of your paddle going into a rapid injuring others or yourself. Also the paddle could fall into the raging river.

Do not learn out of the raft while you paddle. You can easily lose control and fall into the water while going into rapids. It is advisable not to take electronic items like a camera or camcorder on the raft. Even if you do put it inside the bucket of the raft, make sure the bucket is water proof with a latch to keep it air tight.

Never try and push obstacles like a rock with your hand. Try your legs instead. Legs are much ber than your hands. A guide always carries a whistle. That is used during situation of distress. It also acts as a signal for the one who has fallen into the river to look at any help that is coming.

Always go rafting in a group of 2-3 rafts. It offers maximum safety.

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