Bhotekoshi River (Tibetan River)

Kali Gandaki is named after the Goddess Kali rises in Mustang, an enclave of Nepal on the northern side of the Himalayas, tumbles down creating the deepest river gorge of Asia. Magnificent views of the mountains, villa inhabitances, ethno-culture, forest, vegetations and wild life; equally its turbulent III-IV+ rapids and deadly holes are the highlighting features along the journey of this river.

Departure Point : Pokhara
Rafting Starting Point : Baglung Pool
Rafting Ending Point : Mirmi
Outward Travel Time : 3 hrs
Return Travel Time : 5 hrs
River Grade : III- IV+

Day 1
We meet in our sales counter in Pokhara at 6.30 AM with your light bag-packs and start driving to Baglung Nayapul (3hrs. driving). Our chefs will prepare the Lunch and our guides prepare rafts and kayaks. Your help will be always appreciated and needed as well whether paddling in the rapid or at the camp. Be ready to listen to our leaders briefing about paddling and safety matter. Get set- paddle forward because the biggest rapid (class 4+) of this river “Small Brother” is coming on head. Immediately we will have another same leveled rapid “Big brother” to be encountered with its challenge. Paddle down and take happy breeding till our camp but still on the way to our camp there are so many constant III+ rapids. Unload the raft and fix the camp at Modi Beni. Enjoy the night with camp fire.

Day 2
After a few minutes of rafting we encounter with IV class rapid” Morning Rapid” and paddle down to the next camp facing numerous rapids. The whole day you will enjoy the panoramic views of the mountain and conventional country life, and paddling through the deepest river gorge of the world. We have camp at Purti Ghat beach.

Day 3
Wake up at 7 o’clock in the morning and our chef will prepare Breakfast after having it we will take our way to ending point. After fighting with numerous of deadly holes and caves. We approach the dam at Mirmighat, the rafting put off point. Lunch served, equipment packed and drives back to Pokhara (4 hours of driving through the valley and steeply hills).

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