Kali Gandaki Rafting

An unspoiled river with good white water, gorges, wildlife and a feeling of remoteness, it is recommended for those people looking for an exciting medium-length raft trip and as a self-sufficient kayak trip for intermediate and expert kayakers. We suggest combining this river with a trek before hand in the Annapurna Mountains. Also consider continuing down the lower Kali Gandaki to Chitwan National Park.

Things to bring:
T-shirt, swimwear for on the river, warm clothing for the evenings, fleece or a pullover.
Sunscreen and lip protector, Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
Towel and Toiletries (environmentally friendly is best), Personal medication
Flashlight, Footwear, Reading book, fishing hook if you do fishing.

Day 1 Pokhara Naya Pul - Modibeni: Drive 3-4 hours to Beni through stunning view of Annapurna Himal. Upon arrival off load the equipment’s and safety briefing. After lunch. The guide takes you to the point and first you raft slowly and after 10 – 15 minutes raft 4 rapids. After scouting the rapid, the safety kayak goes first then raft. After reaching to Modikhola, you will camp there. O/N in Modi Khola
Day 2 Modi Beni - Purtighat: Continue down to Marshyangdi, mixed with ad reline calm and superb Mountain View. Many class III sections and the challenging class IV will be encountered. This section of river is abundant with vines, vines, wildlife’s and lush vegetation’s hanging from the cliff faces. Campsite is bellow the Purti Ghat Village. o/N in Purti Ghat.
Day 3 Purtighat – Mirmi - Pokhara: Raft to the holly village of Seti Beni. Observe a big size boulder 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 a while and reach the point transport point and drive to Pokhara.

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