Kaligandaki River Rafting in Nepal

The Kali Gandaki, named after the goddess Kali (Hindu god), rises in Mustang, an enclave of Nepal on the Northern side of the Himalayas. As it tumbles down between the Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna region, it creates the world's deepest river gorge. Once an ancient trading route through to Tibet, it is now a popular trekking route.

From Baglung (Kusma), the river flows 70km through a wilderness area with few villages and people to our take -out at Andhi Khola (before the electricity dam). Turbulent rapids intertwine with abrupt drops as we dodge our way down intricate chutes of sparking water, village terraces cling precariously to the slopes. Surreal snow capped peaks hang suspended above us as we drift through somber canyons whose black walls glisten in the shadows. Rafting in Kali Gandaki, both experienced and first time Rafter will enjoy the abundant thrilling rapids whether on a raft or the popular option of Inflatable Kayaks.

Fact about this trip:
2 Nights under tent on sandy beach
2 nights in Pokhara

Highlights on this tour:
Probably the best whitewater of class IV, picturesque kaligandaki River valley, superb Mountain View, wonderful virgin beaches, excellent water fall, lots of wild life, explore of village and temple

March till May & October till November

River Class:

Group size
From single person

Trip cost:
On Request

Included in the price:
Transportation on private minibus
Meals as mentioned
All rafting equipment
Licensed holder guide
Numbers of helper
Necessary permit

Not included:
Meals other than mentioned
Drinks and bar Bill
Personal insurance
Other things not mentioned
Hotel and food in Kathmandu

Departure date:
Any day during season

Itinerary - Kaligandaki River Rafting

Day 1: Morning by land transport to Pokhara/ Overnight in Pokhara Hotel.

Day 2-3: Rafting in Kaligandaki River/ Camping at River beache.

Day 4: Short rafting until lunch and drive to Pokhara/ Overnight in Pokhara Hotel.

Day 5: Drive/fly back to Kathmandu or visit Chitwan National Park or Annapurna trekking.

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