Kali Gandaki River Rafting

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Kali Gandaki River Rafting is one of the best wilderness rafting experiences in Nepal and takes you to stunningly beautiful western Nepal. The Kali Gandaki River, which is named after the ferocious goddess Kali, is one of the biggest rivers in Nepal. This river originates at the highland Tibetan plateaus of the Mustang. It flows down through the Himalayas, making the world's deepest George the Kali Gandaki George. Kali Gandaki George divides two gigantic glaciated peaks, the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, both of which are above 8,000m. Kali Gandaki River is also considered one of the holiest rivers in Nepal, as the river is described in the Holy Book.

Kali Gandaki River rafting is the perfect blend of exhilarating rapids and majestic beauty, along with a unique culture. The River offers some really difficult rapids of 4+ grade, some of which are named ‘Small Brother’, ‘Refund, and ‘Big Brother’. The starting point for Kaligandaki River Rafting is in the Beni. You drive for approx. 4 hours to reach Beni from Pokhara. From Beni, this trip starts rafting for almost 72 km along the river, which will take 3 days to complete. The take-out point for Kali Gandaki River rafting is in the Mirmire. Along with the adventurous rafting trip, you will get to enjoy the scenic beauty of the steep-walled George and the spectacular Mountain View. At the end of each day's exhausting trip, you will spend the night at the cool sandy beach in the camp.

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