Here at Adrenaline Rush Nepal there is no doubt,
WE LOVE WHITE WATER!
And we will do everything in our power to make you love it too! It is part of our passion to show you how much fun rafting or kayaking in Nepal can be.
When it comes to White Water Companies in Nepal we push ourselves to be the best! Choosing us as your company means safety first, loads of fun and thrills, and experiencing true Nepali Culture.
Safety is our biggest concern as an adventure sports company. We take each and every precaution possible for your safety. Our guides are all certified with international certificates as well as the nationally required river guiding permit. Our guides are certified in Swift Water Rescue Technician (WRT/SWRT), Wilderness First Aid, CPR, and most hold certificates from the American Canyoneering Academy (ACA), International Rafting Federation(IRF), and American Canoe Association (ACA). Most of our gear is bought internationally to fit with the strict safety standards of the west, and whatever equipment we purchase in Nepal stands up to those standards. That said please understand that rafting is an adventure sport and will always carry a certain level of risk. We respect that risk by our extensive training and always being prepared. We do all of the preparations and worry so you don’t have to. We are proud to say, we have a perfect safety record and strive daily to keep it that way!
What Nepal rafting is today is all thanks to a few adventurers who discovered our amazing white water and have worked tirelessly to promote it. In the 1980’s Nepal saw paddlers from all over the world come in and not only start to run our rivers but start commercial trips. These trips run in Nepal’s rugged environments are not for the faint of heart.
A brief history of Nepal white water rafting
What Nepal rafting is today is all thanks to a few adventurers who discovered our amazing white water and then worked tirelessly to promote it. In the 1980’s Nepal saw paddlers from all over the world come in and not only start to run our rivers but start commercial trips. These trips run in Nepal’s rugged environments are not for the faint of heart.
The dedication and instruction that has been pased down by the pioneers of the sport here has made rafting what it is today in Nepal. There are many people who have come to Nepal and made difference, but our main heroes will always be David Allardice, Jerry Moffat, and Peter Knowles.
Their teachings and guidance have created a more professional white water industry in Nepal and encouraged a whole new generation of guides. True leaders in the white water community know of r Our company owners are forever appreciative of the knowledge that these men shared with them. Without them it is very possible people still wouldn’t know about all the amazing rivers we have.