Karnali river is the longest river of Nepal which main source is Mount Kailash. Karnali river flows towards the southern part of Nepal which forms the major drainage system for Western region of Nepal  before dropping off into dramatic canyons raging with big volume whitewater and eventually flowing into remote areas of pristine jungle rich with wildlife. This river finishes at the end of Bardia National park which is very rich in wildlife. The river with big volume of white water eventually flows into remote areas of pristine jungle which is rich in wildlife.

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STARTING POINT: Dungeswar / 17 hours from Pokhara (option to fly Kathmandu to Nepalgunj) ENDING POINT: Chisapani / 13 hours to Pokhara (option to fly Nepalgunj to Kathmandu) CLASS: 4 / 4+ DURATION: 10 days  
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