Bhutan Tourism - Conquest of the rivers

Discussion in 'Bhutan' started by bhutantravel, May 3, 2015.

  1. bhutantravel

    bhutantravel New Member

    Bhutan’s clean and pristine rivers originate from the Eastern Himalayas and end with the Brahmaputra River in Assam, India. Apart from being the major source of the country’s revenue, which is primarily hydropower driven, the waters have been scouted for kayaking and rafting.
    Set in an environment that is natural, the rivers offer an adventure for exploring the Kingdom’s exquisite wild.
    While some have high currents and depths reaching a maximum of about five meters; there are occasions when the rivers pass gently on. The loud rages of the rivers are something that cannot be forgotten.
    There is everything for everyone; easy rafting for beginners and hair-raising runs for the veterans. The best time for this adventure is from March to April and November to December.
    Apart from the single package that we are offering here, See Bhutan Travels has the competency and expertise to take lovers of this adventure into realms beyond their imaginations. With well trained and professional kayaking and rafting guides, See Bhutan Travels has everything for you.


    Duration: Seven days

    Start: Paro Chhu (river), Paro

    End: Dang Chhu (river), Wangduephodrang

    Rivers: Paro Chhu, Wangchu, Tamchhu, Punakha Chhu, Dang chhu.

    Craft: Kayaks and Rafts.

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