The Seti river rafting is a spectacular trip with smooth rapids and beautiful and stunning jungle scenery, green hills and valleys. Seti river is a left tributary of the Trishuli River and the literal meaning of “Seti” means white as its water is mixed up with white clay. This river is perfect for bird watchers and those who are interested in the abundance of natural beauty around. This Seti river rafting is an ideal trip for the first time rafter as it has relatively small volume and there are not much risky rapids. The seti river, offers grade 3 and 4 rapids and 32 Kilometers rafting from put in point Damauli to put out point at Gaighat.
The Seti river is easily accesible and can be reached from Damauli; a small village in between Muglin and Pokhara which is about 160 kilometers west of Kathmandu. As this is short trip one can also extend it with jungle safari and wild activities along with exploring Tharu culture or Sightseeing in Pokhara which are near by the put out point: Gaighat.