This place is magical and for many reasons. From Goddesses, deep cultural heritage to rich natural reserves – The Kali River originates from the Greater Himalayas in Kalapaani at an altitude of 3600 m, in the Pithoragarh District of Uttarakhand, India. The river is named after Goddess Kali whose temple is situated in Kalapaani near the Lipu-Lekh pass at the border between India and Tibet. This tireless river forms India’s continuous eastern boundary with Nepal.
Can’t wait to flex your muscles, manoeuvring and coaxing her temper and rejoicing after every fluid movement of victory? Then here it is. The Kali River is a typical pool drop river, with relaxing calm scenic stretches followed by big exciting rapids with long wave trains. The river flows past terraced villages, waterfalls, white sandy beaches and dense tropical jungles. Since it borders India and Nepal, it gives a good insight into the lives of people from both countries. The area is rich in wildlife and is home to leopard, bear, elephant and over 500 species of birds.
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