Named after the holy goddess of Hindu’s; Kali, Kaligandaki is regarded as one of the divine rivers of Nepal. It originates from the Tibetan plateau in Upper Mustang making its way through the deepest gorge emanating out from between Mt Annapurna (8,091m) and Mt Dhaulagiri (8,167m). Encircled with iconic mountain views, native villages, springs, lush green forests rich in wildlife, medieval temples, and sandy beaches, Kali Gandaki is the finest all-round river adventure in Nepal.
The rafting trip to Kali Gandaki offers you a great taste of vibrant white river rafting experience. Located along the highway of Baglung Kali Gandaki rafting trip, being originated from Pokhara to Pokhara covers the total distance of 72km offering astounding whitewater experiences and alluring views of Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Machhapuchhre, and magnificent villages as well as green hills. This rafting also bestows the chance to witness the traditional villages inhabited by Magar and Chhetri. These ancient villages and medieval temples offer an opportunity to explore the delightful cultural perspectives of Nepal. This grade III to IV+ River grants you with the frantic drifts and boisterous cascade which would give you an adrenaline rush. The key features of this trek are spectacular Himalayan vistas, breathtaking landscapes, exploration of native villages and temples, natural diversity, cultural insight to Magar and Chhetri village and encounter amazing wildlife. The best season for rafting in Kali Gandaki River is October-November and March to June. So, if you have limited time or searching for an extension to your trek then, Kali Gandaki River rafting trip is for you.
Epic Adventures has been organizing adventure trips to the different part of the country. Our professional guides will provide you with a safe and enjoyable trip and will be available for you whenever needed.
Our rafting trip would initiate from the lively city; Pokhara. We will drive to Maldunga via Beni from Pokhara and prepare all the rafting gears with the help of our guides. Before we hit the raft, we will be given brief information about the raft and safety measures. We will be rafting in the assortment of rapids. Modi Khola will be our first-day campsite.
After a delightful breakfast, we will be rafting the ‘Good Morning’ rapid. Relishing the alluring mountain views, deep gorges and waterfalls we will raft in grade III and IV rapids before reaching Purti which would be our second-day campsite.
After having breakfast we will raft towards Seti Beni drifting in small rapids. While paddling over Seti Beni, we will get a chance to observe some black rocks named Saligram. These rocks are worshipped by Hindu’s as the indication of Lord Vishnu. After reaching our takeout point we will reach back to Pokhara bus.