Kali Gandaki river originates high on the Tibetan plateau in the Kingdom of Mustang. Plunging down through the Himalayas. This river carves the deepest gorge in the world between Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, both 8000m mountain peaks. The river was first opened to commercial use in 1991 after exploration by an experienced rafting team. When there are not multitude of big volume rapids, time on the river can be spent enjoying the backdrop of the Annapurna ranges and cascading waterfalls.
This trip combines well with a visit to Pokhara and trekking in the Annapurna region. The kali Gandaki River is one of the oldest major tributary of Gandaki river system in mid-west of Nepal. Before Himalayan born 70 million years ago, the river was following from the marginal Himalayan range of Tibetan plate it was falling into the tethys sea of Indian Ocean. After Himalayan rage born it cut the valley of Annapurna (8091m) and Dhaulagiri (8167m) massif in between formed deepest gorge in the world. The kali Gandaki river valley route also known as oldest trading route and holy pilgrimage trail to the Muktinath (nirvana centre).
The beautiful sceneries, tumbling waterfalls and grate challenging rapids attract the many whitewater seekers to encounter once upon a time for their rafting experience. This holy river is ideal for medium length wildness expedition and a reward for bird watching and wildlife