Charaudi - Filing 16 km 3 - 4 hrs. Put-in- point Charaudi it is a highway village. Rafting start and passing through Majhimtar Village a km away. Immediately after this village the valley narrows, becomes a gorge, and the rapid known as "S Bends' or "Ladies Delight' is on the left - Grade 3 +. Another 3 km through this gorge brings you to two rapids. The first (sometimes known as Gloria) is after a sharp left-hand bend - this is a straightforward Grade 3, with big waves then next rapid is upset and this is the infamous and the most photographed rapid on your rafting trip. There is always a monstrous hole and a wave here that seem to dwarf a raft but it is an excellent spot for action photos. One km after "Upset' and immediately after a left-hand bend is "Surprise', a grade 4-. Rapid and arrive at Fishling village where you are going to camp.
Fishling-Panchkilo 26 km 6 hrs.
After breakfast start your rafting for the following day: and then shortly afterwards the river enters a deep awesome gorge, particularly spectacular early or late in the day when much of the chasm is in shadow but sunlight shines on vistas of distant hillsides. The gorge ends after about 2 km and the river then curves of distant from the highway and then another 2 km further brings you to Kurintar Village, and Kurintar is built on a bluff on the left bank. After Kurintar, the river again turns away from the highway and there is a dramatic landslip as river curves around to the left. For several hundred meters high, the hillside has had its surface flesh stripped away to reveal the raw white bones of the underlying rocks. Drift by and marvel at the mighty forces that are uplifting these mountains and carving the valleys. After another kilometre, the river enters a gorge again - warning of another rapid around the corner named as "S' or "M…F…'rapid. Two km on and a cable car across the river and herald the approach to Mugling. The town is on the left, some 70 meters above the river, which curves around it at some distance. An elegant suspension bridge crosses just above the confluence of the Marsyangdi. "Pin Ball' rapid follows closely after the confluence, Grade 4-. Rafters' path zigzags steeply up the bank to the bridge and from here it is 5 minutes' walk into town. "Pinball' is the last serious rapid on this river - from here on down its mainly grade 1 - 2 rapids only with one or two of the grade 3 in right conditions. The river is also more peaceful because the highway is high above the river for most of the time and another 8km to the campsite. Day 03: trip is concluded and after breakfast Departure to Kathmandu or Chitwan as regarding per programme.