Kali Gandaki River Rafting

2 nights 3 days rafting in Kali Gandaki River

Named after the Hindu goddess Kali, Kali Gandaki River flows from the north border of Nepal carving the rocks and stones all the way to down to Ganges. The kaligandaki river rafting is a nonstop rapids and strong currents make this river as one of the most preferred for rafting and kayaking.

The first and second days the rapids are frequent but third day on the closing point the river gets flat because of the dam.

Rafting after the treks can be done as package trips so if you are interested join our group.

Info about the Rafting

Starting point:          Kusma North West of Pokhara   

Ending point:            Mirmi (Kali Gandaki Dam)

Excess to the starting Point: By road (if more than 10 then by van if less 4 by car or bus depending on personal interest)

River Grade:                                 4 Classes

Season for Rafting:                    March to June and September to November.

Equipment Required:               Shorts and light upper clothes, flippers, sun cream, Water, chocolate, your valuable things will be in the boat with us protected from water but your belongings will be brought at the ending point of the rafting)

Cost includes:  Transportation to starting point and after the rafting to preferred place by van for more than 10 people, for less than four people transportation by bus or private car in person’s interest.

Meals (lunch for day trip, Breakfast, lunch and dinner for 2 or more day’s trip) Meals will be served in buffet system.

Teas and drinking water from the nearest source which will be safe to drink.

Guide for rafting and safety guides for support.

Branded Rafting equipment.

Cost does not include:              Cost not mentioned in the above itinerary.

Soft drinks in the evening like coke, fanta.

Tips for staff or donations for school.

Lodge or hotel after the trip ( we will organize treks or safari before or after the rafting trips as a package trips, let us know if you are interested or look in our website for more info)

Namaste and Dhanyabaad