Kaligandaki River Rafting

One of the famous names of Himalayan Rivers, the Kali Gandaki rises in Mustang, an enclave of Nepal poking into Tibet on the other side of the Himalaya. There are few villages actually on the river- most are located on the river terraces some hundreds of meters above. The Kali Gandaki is named after the goddess Kali and is considered a particularly holy river, an auspicious place to be cremated and every river confluence is dotted with cremation sites and burial mounds (if you're won during what's under all those piles of rocks, we recommend against exploring!). It is also a gold bearing river you will probably meet several small groups of gold workers who sluice and pan the gravel of the riverbed for minuscule amounts of the metal.



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Day 01 : Drive for around 3-4 hour to the Starting point Near Beni. Throughout this drive experience the stunning views of the Annapurna And Dhaulagiri Peaks as well as the sacred Machapuchhare. Upon arrival, unload all the equipment and receive a full safely briefing. Have lunch and then the guide will take to the river starting point. first day we begin with some class III rapids, after 10/15 minutes, two big class 4 rapids, 'Small Brother' can be encountered. Guide will be making you work hard at doing excercise to work as a team maneuvering the raft efficiently. After scouting the rapid, the safely kayaks will go first then the raft.Sooon after encountering these two big rapids, reach Modi Khola confluence where the beach will be chosen for the evening campsite.

Day 02 :
Start down the river for a day mixed with adrenaline calm and spectacular scenery including views of Annapurna I and Himchuli. Many class III sections and the challenging class Iv named Refund will be encountered. This suction of river is abundant with vines, wildlife and lush vegetation hanging from the cliff faces. Campsite is below the village of Purti Ghat.

Day 03 :
Raft to the holy village of Seti Beni. Observe a big size bounder in the confluence with a smaller tributary. Since confluence is considered holy places in the Hindu religion, this boulder has become an important shrine to the local people. Raft for while and reach the point where the bus is waiting. Drive back to Pokhara.

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