The scenery is magnificent with every bend of the river opening up fresh vistas of some of the world’s highest mountains, but these are behind –as someone said “great views but you need rear view mirrors”. The Marsyandi is a photographer’s sculptured boulders, some spectacular white water, green valley sides, and a magnificent backdrop of the world’s highest mountains. It’s worth mentioning that although the valley has a rough road up it, and is quite densely populated, you don’t see this when you are padding because the river is incised about 100ft into the valley floor.
Day 02: About one hour drive to Bhul Bhule and start Rafting and camp at the beach at the confluence of Chepe River and Marshyangdi River
Day 03: All day rafting and camping on the beach near Turtre Bazaar
Day 04: Rafting to Bimalnagar. After lunch drive back to Kathmandu, Pokhara or Chitwan. As per your interest