The Bheri River is the best river for fishing trip in Nepal. The river Bheri has its starting point in the Dolpo region of Nepal. The Bheri River cuts a wide valley as it runs west joining the Karnali, prior to the cuts it flows through the Chure Hills, pours out onto the plain of the Terai, and flows into Royal Bardia National Park.
Furthermore, it has some of the best fishing in Nepal, stunning and varied panorama, lots of wildlife and intact villages. And, you will see two large streams- the Thuli (large) and the Sani (small) merging at Ramnagar to form the main Bheri River. En route you will come across pleasant little villages with prehistoric traditions.
You can either take a one and half an hour flight to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu or a 627 km long journey by road. The Bheri River is so far-off that it remains relatively an unexplored. The first part of the river is fairly hard-hitting with twists and turns which also includes several exhilarating contracted ravine section. The gorge is combined with wide valleys where there exist small villages. Also, the trip can be continued with a jungle tour in the Bardia Wildlife Reserve. Towards the last part of this trip, rafters are probable to perceive the rare Gangetic dolphins that live in the calmer waters.
Himalayan River Fun will design Bheri River fishing trip and make it possible to witness striking scenery, good fishing spots, charming villages, ever-smiling local people, blue water, white beaches and attractive campsites.