Kali-Gandaki-main

The mighty River Ganga has many tributaries as we know it. Some tributaries flow through Nepal such as the Kali Gandaki River. It is an important river in Nepal. The Kali Gandaki River joins the Narayani River at the Indo-Nepal border and then flows into India. This river is the Gandhak, which then unites with the Ganges as it flows through Bihar. The River Kali Gandaki flows for more than 600 kilometres and snakes its way through some of Nepal’s toughest terrains. The area through which it flows is very popular with tourists. Treks and river rafting take place in this region. It is considered a very holy river and the entire stretch of the river and the surrounding lands is absolutely gorgeous. Here are some pictures to prove that the Kali Gandaki gorge and river offer some fantabulous panoramas.

The river flowing through the Kali Gandaki gorge which is the deepest gorge in the world

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The river flowing through the Lower Mustang region in Nepal

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Asserting its territory, the Kali Gandaki river cuts through the gorge

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The river is seen passing through Jomsom in the Upper Mustang region of Nepal

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The village of Kagbeni is situated on the banks of the river

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The river captured from another angle near the village of Kagbeni

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Another view of the river taken from the town of Jomsom

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The river makes its way around the village of Muktinath

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