River Rafting India offers to the adventure traveller to enjoy the thrill of white water river rafting. The most popular river rafting places in India are Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas in Uttaranchal, Kullu valley in Himachal, Melli Bazaar in Sikkim, and Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir. The famous rivers are Ganga, Bhagirathi, Zanskar, Beas, Teesta, Kosi, Ramganga, Saryoo, and Kali. The holy river Ganga is world famous for its river rafting sports, along with many challenges. Ganga offers both the professional as well as amateur rafting possibilities. Rishikesh is the main rafting and camping centre. Every rafting enthusiast must come to Uttarakhand, to enjoy river rafting in Rishikesh.
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Natural rocks of Rishikesh offer to climb up. Basic and advance level both provide there.
Adventure seekers have an opportunity at Rishikesh to rappelling down from at the rock.
Jump into the Ganga River from the top of the cliff. Rafting Rishikesh offers it from 30feet height.
Waterfall day trek of Rishikesh if very famous. We also provide long trekking in Uttarakhand.
Rishikesh is the only place at northern India to enjoy Bungee jumping. Jumping height is 83 meters.
Rivers flowing from Uttarakhand hills makes this place perfect for white water river rafting.
Snow fed rivers of Himachal Pradesh offers enormous opportunity for rafting.
Rafting in Ladakh region is the most challenging river rafting in India. Zanskar and Indus are the main rivers.
Kashmir is quite famous for rafting with exciting rapids of Chandanwari to Nunwan starch of river Lidder.
Sikkim offers rafting at Teesta river. It’s perfect for professional as well as the amateur rafting enthusiast.