India River Rafting Adventure

Whitewater rafting in the Indian rivers offer a complete break for modern life adventure buffs. Indian rivers such as the Alaknanda, Bhagirathi, Indus, Zanskar and Teesta etc. are meandering between emerald mountains, and through sheer gorges. There are many places in India where you can enjoy this superb activity.

Major places In India


The untamed rivers of Uttaranchal will give you a never- ending thrill. Uttaranchal’s wide ranges of rivers are ideal for both amateurs and professionals. Some important River Rafting Places in Uttaranchal are Ganges River, Garhwal; Gangotri, Garhwal Himalayas; Lake Paradise, Nainital; Asan Barrage, Kudiyala Rafters Club etc.

Himalayan rivers

With many challenges upper Himalayan rivers’ are giving a tough time to the body and spirit of the river rafter. From Delhi, Alaknanda River is by far most accessible white water river rafting stretch which is approximately 130 Km long from Rudraprayag to Shivpuri near Rishikesh in Uttaranchal, India. Down river from Devprayag, sandy beaches boundaries the river at intervals. Wildlife like Deer, Monkeys, Leopard, while multi hued butterflies can be seen at a distance

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh’s snow-fed rivers like Chandrabhaga in Lahaul, the Sutluj near Shimla, the Ravi near Chamba and the Beas near Kullu offer incredible opportunities for rafting. Shamshi, Chandra, Ravi and Aut on the Beas has exciting rapids.

River Rafting In Ladakh

Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir is one more well-liked rafting site. Rafting option is on the Zanskar River. Along its spectacular course through the gorge in the Zanskar Mountains, rafting here is considered as the most difficult ride.

River Rafting On Brahmaputra River

North-eastern state Arunachal Pradesh provides an exciting experience for the rafters. The mighty Brahmaputra cascading down the heights creates the most sought after destination for rafter.

River Rafting on the Ganges

Ganges River has always remains an ultimate destination a rafter can look for. From Kaudiyala to Rishikesh, Ganga River has 12 major rapids which challenges any water sport enthusiast. October to March is the best time to go whitewater rafting on River Ganga

Teesta River

Teesta provides a series of white water rapids and creates a mystery for explorer. It has full off shockers for the rafters. River Teesta of Sikkim is a place where one can appreciate a blend of nature and adventure

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