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Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Nepal is known as the country of temples, culture, and beauty and now it is making its mark as a famous adventure spot. Rafting is becoming a favorite among local and foreign tourists who enjoy water sports. Among the many rivers in Nepal, Kali Gandaki is a complete package of beauty, fun, and adventure.

Kali Gandaki is one of the major rivers of Nepal that originates from the plateaus of Tibet. It forms the world’s deepest gorge “Kali Gandaki” between Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountains. Named after the Goddess of destruction, the river is a holy and all-round adventure spot.

The 3-day long trip starts from Maldhunga and ends in Mirmi.  October – December and March – June are the best months to enjoy rafting in the river. The river passing through narrow gorges, waterfalls, and traditional settlements is a perfect getaway. The sights of Annapurna range, wildlife, and temples along the river are bonuses of the trip.

The white water rapids and tumbling waterfalls allow for a memorable rafting experience. Magar and Chhetri settlements along the river provide a glimpse into Nepali culture. The pristine jungles, wildlife, and spectacular mountain views are the highlights of the trip. The trip is a combination of exciting rafting and fun camping in the sandy beaches.

The trip provides a fun and thrilling adventure and is a must for all water-sport lovers. The trip ensures safe and fulfilling experience along with the natural beauty of Nepal.

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