The Kaligandaki River Raftinge new rafting site in Nepal is gaining popularity day by day because of it’s an adventure that uncovers isolated villages, wildlife, mind-blowing sceneries, rapids and many more. This river also provides us an opportunity for fishing and swimming. Going through the deepest gorge of the world, we will get a chance to witness one of the best white-water rafting in the entire world.
For rafting in Kaligandaki River, it is not necessary that one must be an expert in rafting because even the amateurs can easily hold on to the river. The rafting is exciting and adventurous and in addition to hat, we can also have various holy places and cultural experience too.
Today, we drive from Pokhara to Nayapul, of whose distance is roughly about 70 km. After about 4 hours drive, we will have lunch at Nayapul and after that we will go hiking. After hiking for the rest of the day, we will stay overnight at ModiKhola in a camp.
Today’s we start our rafting and the rafting is a little bit special as the raft takes to have the spectacular views of Mr. Annapuna I and Himchuli. Experiencing dramatic adventures along the way while rafting gives the rafters enough satisfaction. We stay overnight in Phurti Ghat.
We raft in the river till afternoon and then we return to Pokhara through Mirme. Mirmi is the place where there is Kaligandaki A Hydropower Project Dam. On our way, we will go through the holy village of Seti Beni. In Seti Beni, there lies the biggest Asian rock that is worshipped by Hindu.