Rafting in Bhutan

About Us

Providing Rafting services in Bhutan and maintaining quality since 2011

Generally rafting conjures of images of crashing through horrendous rapids and monstrous waves with laughing and screaming joyful rafters hanging on but in the context of Rafting in Bhutan, it is a gentle drift-down-the-river admiring the scenery and running a few small yet exciting rapids.

Rivers in Bhutan also offer great potential for Kayaking. If you are looking for more adventure, we will be happy to customize a suitable Kayaking adventure in Bhutan.

Our History

First Rafting Service

Drifting past imposing 17th century Punakha Dzong (fort cum monastery) watching world’s rarest bird, the white belled Heron in its natural habitat and Kingfishers frolicking on riverbank - all these topped off with spectacular sight of serene lush green alpine valleys, are the most amazing experience you would love to treasure.

Our Mission

Our mission is
to provide our client
what they need!

Rivers in Bhutan also offer great potential for Kayaking. If you are looking for more adventure, we will be happy to customize a suitable Kayaking adventure in Bhutan.

Our Services

Whether you seek a slow river or a rushing torrent, we'll tailor your outdoor experience by offering the safest and most suitable location for your group.

Our Client loves us because of our quality work.

      This was an unexpected high light of my trip to Bhutan. The rapids were gently, considering the time of year February, but I can see that in high tide times this can be more challenging. The team is engaging, safety first and did everything to...More

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    2/28/2019

      This is a fun activity with kids as the rapids are very mild. The instructor is entertaining and the scenery from the river is spectacular. Overall a good activity for the whole family. Our oldest member was 85 and our youngest 7

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    5/26/2018

      We went rafting in Punakha with this rafting service. They offer rafting on the gentle Mochhu river and on the stronger Phochhu. The rivers meet in Punakha just at the site of the Punakha dzong. We went on the Mochhu, which was fun but not...More

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    4/17/2019

      Punakha is warmer than many other parts of Bhutan. After hiking on a warm day, we decided to go on a rafting trip. I wanted to try the more challenging Po Chu (Father) river but our guide talked us into doing the gentler Mo Chu...More

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    6/10/2018

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(+975) - 17612586