Kaligandaki River Rafting – 3 Days

  • Rafting


Kaligandaki River is a holy river, named after the goddess Kali. Starting high in the mountains of Mustang, an enclave of Nepal which protrudes into Tibet, the river descends down forming one of the world’s deepest gorges flowing in an arid open valley. This beautiful unspoiled river is renowned for its continuous rapids, mountain views, water falls, rich wild life and sense of remoteness. Technical and challenging in parts, at medium and lower flows the Kali Gandaki is always lots of fun.


Day 01: On the first day of our rafting trip, you are welcomed with a light breakfast in Pokhara before leaving for the starting point. After a 3-hour bus drive, we reach Kusma, where some of the crew rig the raft and pack-up the gear while the others make lunch. After lunch, your guide gives you a 1-hour briefing before we ride the raft for 2 hours to the camp. We encounter the rapids Big Brother, Small Brother, Cave, Daze and Modibeni. We Camp at Saranghat and dinner is at 7:30pm.
Day 02: After an 8:00 am breakfast, we pack-up our gear and are ready for the second day’s adventure. This day rafting will be 4 hours, including lunchtime while lunch is served in between 12:00 noon to 1:00pm. This day we encounter rapids Doublebend, Pythonrock, Phalebas, Braindenfall, and Blackrock & Sunderfall. Camping is at Purtighat and dinner is at 7:30pm.
Day 03: This is the final day on the Kaligandaki River. After 2 hours of continuous floating we finally reach Mirmi, where your bus will be ready to pick you up and take you back to Pokhara. Lunch is served at Mirmi while the gear is loaded onto to the bus. As soon as you finished lunch, we proceed on our journey to Pokhara.


Cost Included

  • All food (Breakfast+ Lunch+ Dinner) while on Rafting,
  • Both way transportation
  • Rafting point and after rafting ending point, Accommodation in tent, Sleeping bag mattress, – Rafting gear: Life Jacket, pedal, helmet, Rafting guide helper their foods, accommodation salary

Cost Not-Included

  • Visa costs
  • Insurance (obligatory on all trips)
  • Spending of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, and souvenirs
  • Crew tips
  • International Flights & Departure tax.
  • Personal expenses, Rescue, bar bills, Chocolates, Private transport, etc.

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, Trouser/pant, under garments socks, a towel, light shoe, Fleece type pullover, flash light, personal toiletries, camera, reading and writing materials, medication recommended by your doctor.