There is no question that Rishikesh is the center for river rafting. With the Garhwal Himalayas surrounding the river and the Ganga flowing swiftly, river rafting in this area is both exciting and fun.
You can enjoy the River Beas’ rapids, which are suited for beginning to experienced rafters and well-known for its white water rafting.Rafting destinations include Bajaura, Bhuntar, Mohal, and Katrain along a route that departs from Pirdi.
River rafting on the Indus River is the best option if you want a strong adrenaline boost. You can take in the breathtaking sight of the Ladakh and Zanskar peaks as you raft down the river. Even if you have no prior rafting experience, you can attempt rafting on the Zanskar-Indus River.
Rafting in the Yamuna River is unlike anything else. You may enjoy the rafting experience regardless of your level of experience. The river has two sections: Yamuna Bridge to Juddo and Nainbagh to Juddo.
A spot where the Teesta River and the River Rangit converge is ideal for experienced rafts. The backdrop of the gorgeous nature is ideal for the adventure, and the rapids are really difficult.