The Bhote Koshi is the upper river course of the Sun Kosi, known as Poiqu in Tibet. It is part of the Koshi River system in Nepal. A western tributary of the upper Dudh Koshi is also called Bhote Koshi. The headwaters of Poiqu and Bhote-Sun Koshi River are located at the Zhangzangbo Glacier in Tibet. The river flows out of the Lumi Chimi lake. When entering Nepal, it is called Bhote Koshi. The Bhote Kosi is used for both rafting and kayaking. It is the steepest river rafted in Nepal, with a gradient of 15 m per km. Bungee jumping or swinging over the Bhote Kosi has been described as the ultimate experience
Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Lamosangu, which is Bhote Koshi River rafting point. Overnight at camp.
Day 02: Early breakfast and jump into the water after packing all gears and rafting to Dolalghat. Lunch, visitig around there and drive to Kathmandu