Best Rafting Packages

Get ready for an electrifying recreational outdoor activity. Go river rafting with us! If you love challenges, you will certainly love this adventure sport that transports you to new and challenging environments as you raft along the white waters. No wonder it is termed as an extreme sport!.



We have a team of expert rafters who will assist and guide you throughout your rafting expedition.If you are a beginner, you will come back for more once you try rafting once. With the number of rafters increasing by the day, we have designed packages according to changing requirements. We also customize a rafting package according to your preferences and budget. All you need to do is come to us, choose your chosen river rafting destination and book a package. We shall do the rest for you.

Get ecstatic, thrilled, and tickled beyond imagination enjoying this popular water adventure sport. You will not regret! As you raft along the chosen stretch, you can feast your eyes and delight your senses with the picturesque view as far as your eyes can behold.

Get ecstatic, thrilled, and tickled beyond imagination enjoying this popular water adventure sport. You will not regret! As you raft along the chosen stretch, you can feast your eyes and delight your senses with the picturesque view as far as your eyes can behold.

  1. River Ganga in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand (Best Season: Mid September to Mid June)
  2. River Indus in Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir (Best Season: July to August)
  3. River Alaknanda, between Chamoli and Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand (Best Season: Mid September to May)
  4. River Sharda, between Jauljibi and Pancheswar, Uttarakhand (Best Season: March to Mid June)
  5. River Zanskar in Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir (Best Season: July to August)
  6. River Teesta in Sikkim and Darjeeling (Best Season: October to April)
  7. River Brahmaputra, Arunachal Pradesh (Best Season: November to March)
  8. River Tons in Garhwal Region, Uttarakhand (Best Season: Mid September to Mid June)
  9. River Bhagirathi, Uttarakhand (Best Season: October to Mid-May)
  10. River Barapole in Coorg, Karnataka (Best Season: June to September)
  11. River Kolad / Kundalika in Raigad, Maharashtra (Best Season: June to August; also round the year)
  12. River Beas, between Kullu and Manali, Himachal Pradesh (Best Season: March to June)
  13. River Yamuna, between Nainbagh and Juddo (Best Season: Mid September to Mid June)
  14. River Lohit, between Line of Actual Control to Hayuliang, Arunachal Pradesh (Best Season: November to March)
  15. River Spiti, between Tuting to Pasighat, Himachal Pradesh (Best Season: July to August).

River rafting participants should be well familiarized with the technicalities of the extreme sport before participating. They should learn the basics of navigating the inflatable raft. There are various grades or classes of rafting trails along the course of a river, which range from Class 1 to Class 6 rapids.

It is dangerous and risky to follow the Class 4 to 6 trail; seasoned experts, swimmers, challengers, and regular participants can partake rafting in these rapids. Those who are beginners can opt for Class 1 rapid, which is very basic and then gradually move to the higher grades, depending on their expertise and capability.



We take only seasoned experts for Class 5 and Class 6 rapids
The 6 Grades of Difficulties
  1. Class 1 (very basic skill level): Rafting is simple with the river having very small rough areas along the trail. Participants may have to maneuver slightly
  2. Class 2 (basic paddling skill): The river along the rafting trail will have some rough water. There may be rocks at few places. Participants may have to maneuver slightly.
  3. Class 3: Rafting goes a little tougher as the water turns white with small waves. Participants may experience a small drop; they have to maneuver significantly.
  4. Class 4: Medium waves with whitewater and rocks at few or more places rocks welcome the rafting partakers. They may experience a considerable drop. The participants may have to maneuver sharply.
  5. Class 5: Rafting becomes tougher with numerous hazards along the trail with large volumes of water, large waves, and whitewater holding sway. Rafters may come across large rocks and may experience a large drop. They world require to maneuver precisely to keep themselves safe all along
  6. Class 6: It is the most hazardous of all rafting trails in a river. The river is almost unnavigable with the participant encountering considerable whitewater and huge waves. With numerous hazards and huge rocks, it is no surprise if the rafters experience substantial drops. At times, it may seem impossible for the rafters to control and navigate, which may lead to serious injuries and other criticalities. Even seasoned experts fail sometimes.

Why wait? The various rapids of the rivers are calling! Book a river rafting package with us now! We are just a call or mail away!!

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