TANAHUN, Oct 24 :Tourists are increasingly attarcted to take joys of rafting in the Madi and Seti rivers.
With the onset of tourism session, the influx of tourists for rafting in the rivers is increasing.
Daily 15 to 20 boats are being used to bring the tourists to Gaighat. The distance from the Madi bridge to Gaighat is 32 kilometres.
Rafting Runner Guide Bibek Gurung shared that in this season tourists are mainly coming from the US, Japan, England, Finland, India Korea, China, the UK, Denmark, France and Germany for rafting joy.
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