Sun Kosi White water river expedition 1994. Kayak in Nepal (long version)

short version Nepal, officially, Sri Nepála sarkár. The river rises from the glaciers of Sunkosi Shisha Pangma in Tibet and flows through the Mahabharay Lekh mountains in the Nepalese Himalayas. Eventually he comes out in the Ganges, the sacred river of Asia. The Raft and Kayak trip on the river Sunkosi, also called "the river of gold, from Dolalghat to Chatra has a distance of 270 km. Is has been considered as one of the 10 raft classics in the world. Where the river through the gorges of the Mahabharatketen in Nepal compresses, the rapids have names like sinister "The Meat Mill ',' Revenge 'and' The Big Dipper '. In January 1994 a Dutch group made this trip in 11 days. For most of the rafters it was their white water baptism. The tour was a great adventure and the three weeks in Nepal a memorable experience. The trip was organised by BRANDSPORT,