Most of the rivers in Bhutan are very steep and highly rushing. Only a few rivers are opened for rafting considering their safe course and easy access. The Pho-Chhu (male river), with its approx. 16 km course with about 15 rapids of class 2-4 is the most popular for rafting in Bhutan followed by Mo-Chhu (female river) with 10 km course comprising around 10 rapids with 2-2+ rapids. Rafting in Bhutan is a superb experience in its own right. No special experience is required as long as you do not mind doing a bit of paddling and getting a bit wet – or quite possibly very wet! Then you will have an exciting time riding the white waters of the Himalayan rivers. Our rafting guides are well trained and will do everything to ensure that you enjoy the adventure while minimizing the risks.
All meals, tea and snacks, complementary bottled water in car, hotels, transport, guide, government levy, visa fee, entrance fees, permits and sightseeing. On trek includes – sleeping tents, dinning tents, toilet and shower tents, toilet seats, mats, duffle bags, cooking utensils, all meals, guide, trek chef assistants and horses.
Flight tickets, insurance, tips, drinks and beverages, sleeping bag on trek, laundry, internet, phone and other bills of personal nature.
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