With the intricate network of mountain rivers flowing through a myriad of different colours of rocky gorges, forests, flowers and high mountain villages, the Garhwal and Kumaon hills provide ideal locales for the perfect water adventure. The sport of white water river rafting calls for a triumph over the swift swirling river as it gushes past spectacular mountains. It is practised mainly in the upper reaches where the water is wild and white as it frothes and foams, crashing against cramed gorges, rocky outcrops.
Rishikesh is one of the perfect spot for river rafting lovers. Rafting in Rishikesh is for the adventurous and Rishikesh white water rafting has become most popular India. It's for you if you have the wish to stop thinking about the city's traffic and the real jungle and to feel the happiness of plunging down cold waters of the majestic Ganga River. Rafting place just 36 km from Rishikesh and at an elevation of about 390 meters at a place called Kaudiyala that is enclosed by dark and broad forests. These forests are the natural habitat for exotic wildlife. It also provides the backdrop for your experience of Rishikesh rafting. The experience is absolutely a breathtaking one since the river is turbulent and cold just as the mountains all around are rugged and daunting.Rishikesh is famous for rafting and camping trips. We have a fixed camp on a beach by the river side in the forest on the Ganga which gives a pleasure of sand with a shade of trees. It is unique in itself otherwise beach can be very hot during the day of summer. Besides rafting one could kayak on a placid stretch near the camp or opt for hike to a typical village above the camp or even go for longer hikes (5-6hrs) in the surrounding hills. Facilities are available for Beach games like volleyball, frisbee, tennis ball cricket etc. A day in camp is rounded off with a campfire and a leisurely evening with fellow rafters.