The Kaligandaki White Water River rises in Mustang which is close to the border of Tibet. It is located between Dhaulagiri and Annapurna range. The source of this river coincides with the Tibetan border and Ganges-Brahmaputra watershed divide. The river then flows south through the ancient kingdom of Mustang.
It flows through a sheer-sided, deep canyon immediately south of the Mustang capital of Lo Manthang, then widens as it approaches Kagbeni where high Himalayan ranges begin to close in. The river continues southward past Jomsom, Marpha, and Tukuche to the deepest part of the gorge about 7 km south of Tukuche in the area of Lete. The gorge then broadens past Dana and Tatopani toward Beni if you need any more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org are email@example.com.
Day 01 : Drive to Bangluung
After Breakfast at hotel in Pokhara you will drive to Bangluung by private bus up to Bangluung, then at first we will pump on the raft and rafting around. After lunch it is straight into the grade 4 rapid little Brother followed quickly by big Brother. We camp at one of nature's five star sites wtih mind blowing views and dacning waterfalls.
Day 02: Rafting
Today is continuous grade 3 to 4 world-class white water with rapids like Rafter's Refund and Oar Breaker. Wave trains and holes abound early in the day so watch our it you don't want to flip! Adrenalin junkies knock yourself out but don't forget to keep glancing back upstream to catch views of the amazing Annapurnas. Once camped, the village of Seti Beni is just a short walk upstream and guarantees to delight with its stone flagged lanes and curious youngsters skylarking.
Day 03: Rafting and Back to pokhara
As we continue downstream, the river cliffs narrow easily above us and we enter a somber canyon glistening with wet black rocks. You experience what can only be seen from the water, so drink it all in as we drift towards our take out point and drive to pokhara.