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Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh

Rishikesh is emerging as one of the most popular river rafting destinations in India. Almost all Rishikesh tour packages include river rafting in the itinerary. With a plethora of rafting tour operators and rafting stretches, Rishikesh is becoming a hub for river rafting and is considered one of the best places to enjoy river rafting. Apart from this water adventure sport, Rishikesh is world-renowned for its beautiful untouched nature, the holy river Ganga, temples, yoga ashrams, and various adventure sports like camping, zipline, kayaking, etc. Adventure enthusiasts should try rafting in Rishikesh at Ganga River, which is considered among the best rivers for rafting & kayaking in the world.

Brahmpuri River Rafting

16km / 1000/- Per Person

For all the Delhiites looking to beat the heat, Camping in Rishikesh & rafting packages from Delhi

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Brahmpuri River Rafting

For all the Delhiites looking to beat the heat, Camping in Rishikesh & rafting packages from Delhi

16km / 1000/- Per Person

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Brahmpuri River Rafting

For all the Delhiites looking to beat the heat, Camping in Rishikesh & rafting packages from Delhi

16km / 1000/- Per Person

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Brahmpuri River Rafting

16km / 1000/- Per Person

For all the Delhiites looking to beat the heat, Camping in Rishikesh & rafting packages from Delhi

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1. Barahmpuri to Rishikesh Rafting

The raft will sail you from Barahmpuri Rafting Point to Nim Beach(Rafting Ending Point). It is an 08 to 10-kilometer stretch, duration of 60 to 90 minutes. This section will not have many rapids, but you can experience the taste of a bit of white water rafting in the holy river Ganga. This section of rafting is recommended for the old people or for the people who are afraid of adventure so that they can overcome their phobia from water sports.

Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM

1. Barahmpuri to Rishikesh Rafting

The raft will sail you from Barahmpuri Rafting Point to Nim Beach(Rafting Ending Point). It is an 08 to 10-kilometer stretch, duration of 60 to 90 minutes. This section will not have many rapids, but you can experience the taste of a bit of white water rafting in the holy river Ganga. This section of rafting is recommended for the old people or for the people who are afraid of adventure so that they can overcome their phobia from water sports.

Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM

1. Barahmpuri to Rishikesh Rafting

The raft will sail you from Barahmpuri Rafting Point to Nim Beach(Rafting Ending Point). It is an 08 to 10-kilometer stretch, duration of 60 to 90 minutes. This section will not have many rapids, but you can experience the taste of a bit of white water rafting in the holy river Ganga. This section of rafting is recommended for the old people or for the people who are afraid of adventure so that they can overcome their phobia from water sports.

Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM

1. Barahmpuri to Rishikesh Rafting

The raft will sail you from Barahmpuri Rafting Point to Nim Beach(Rafting Ending Point). It is an 08 to 10-kilometer stretch, duration of 60 to 90 minutes. This section will not have many rapids, but you can experience the taste of a bit of white water rafting in the holy river Ganga. This section of rafting is recommended for the old people or for the people who are afraid of adventure so that they can overcome their phobia from water sports.

Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM       Length : 36 KM

Ideal Rafting Season

The best time for rafting in Rishikesh is from late September to mid-June when the weather is pleasant, and the river's water levels are suitable for rafting. Monsoon season (July to early September) is typically avoided due to the heavy rainfall and increased water flow.

Summer Thrills (May to June):

As summer arrives, Rishikesh becomes a hotbed for adrenaline junkies. May and June offer high water levels, creating exhilarating rapids. This is the prime time for white-water rafting enthusiasts to get their hearts racing while navigating the Ganges.

Autumn Serenity (October to November):

October and November mark the beginning of autumn in Rishikesh. The water levels start to recede, making it an ideal time for those seeking a milder rafting experience. The weather is pleasant, and the scenic beauty is at its peak.

Winter Escape (December to February):

While not the peak rafting season, Rishikesh still offers limited rafting opportunities during the winter months. December to February provides a tranquil and uncrowded experience for those who don't mind braving the chilly weather.

Day 1 : Arrival -Haridwar - Barkot

Arrival in Haridwar, in Morning have blessings to start you journey for Chardham (Four Abodes OF God). Proceed to Barkot via Dehradun & Mussoorie. En route visit Kempty fall. Upon arrival check in into the hotel, rest of the day is at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel at Barkot.

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