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2 Nights/3 Days

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The Kali Gandaki begins it’s journey high on the Tibetan plateau in the kingdom of Mustang. Plunging down through the Himalayas, the river carves the deepest gorge in the world between Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, both 8000m peaks. The Kali Gandaki was first opened to commercial use in 1991 after recognizance by the  our team. When not negotiating the multitude of big volume rapids, time on the river can be spent enjoying the backdrop of the Annapurna ranges and cascading waterfalls. Both experienced and novice rafters will love this short trip which is ideal for those who wish to visit Pokhara.


This is the perfect river for the advanced intermediate expert Kayakers. The majority of the rapids are pool-drop with great surfing and hole riding. Experienced safety kayakers accompany each trip offering advice on rapids and tips on improving your technique. A good roll is a prerequisite.

Fact File
Country Nepal
Activities Rafting
Trip Length 9 Days
Trip areas Kali
Trip Starting Beni
Trip Ending Andhi Khola (60 Km)
Meal Plan Full board
Places to see Kathmandu, Dolalghat, Sunkoshi River
Main attractions Flora & Fauna, animals, Culture, Local peoples,
Difficulty Moderate
Grade 4, 4+
Accommodation Camping
Mode of Transportation Private transportation
Group Size Minimum: 2, Maximum: above 2
Season Sep-Dec/Mar-May


Day 01: Early morning drive to Beni.
Store extra luggage. Breakfast (not included). Unload the gear, eat lunch and load rafts. Safety briefing - departure. After a brief warm-up we encounter 2 big class 4 rapids "little Brother" and "Big Brother". After scouting the rapids safely kayaks will descend followed by the rafts. The confluence of the Modi Khola marks arrival to the evening campsite. Unload rafts one team prepares dinner whilst the others relax, take in the scenery or play volleyball.

Day 02: Rafting 4-5 hrs
Plenty of adrenaline and spectacular scenery. Views of Annapurnna 1 and Himachuli are interspersed with continuous class III sections of river, culminating with the challenging class IV rapids, "Refund" and "Tombstone". Lush vegetation and spectacular waterfalls cascade down cliff faces and lead us to camp at the village of Purti Ghat

Day 03: Rafting & Back to Pokhara.3 hrs rafting and 3 hrs drive
Upon reaching the holy village of Seti Beni team members have the opportunity to take phot’s of the Kali Gandaki’s biggest rapids and the sacred Hindu temple. Not long after this the journey comes to an end. Bus ride to Pokhara.

Inclusions / Exclusions

Price: Please contact us.

All rafting equipment with guide and helper,
Meals while you are on river,
Accommodation in two men tent,
All necessary fee and round trip transportation by bus

Personal expenditure,
Food & accommodation cost in case of any natural calamities caused by weather,
Tips and other expenditure.
Things you need to bring for the trip

River wear gear:
Shorts- half pant,
T-shirts (long sleep for sun protection),
Swim wear,
Sun Cap/Glass/Cream,
Personal water bottle,
A pair of river sandals.

For the camp site wear:
Personal sleeping bag,
Lightweight shirts,
Under garments socks,
A towel,
Light shoe,
Fleece type pullover,
Flash light,
Personal toiletries,
Reading and writing materials,
Medication recommended by your doctor.

This trip can also be customized according to client interest and time frame. Please send us the email for more details.

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To all Aaradhana Teams! Its been an absolute pleasure to meet you all and I am very greatful for your hospitality and all the help I have received during my stay in Nepal. I hope you will continue this …

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Karen , Norway

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