The term river rafting is taking high influx when it comes to an adventurous trip in India. Mostly the youngsters are seen showing their propensity towards river rafting as the adventure drenches the soul to the impervious. Many may not know but India is one such country having the best river rafting destinations. River rafting basically comes with the options of difficulty level and you have to choose the level for yourself, as for the amateurs there is Grade I, so on the basis of difficulty the grades increase, Grade II, Grade III, and Grade IV. Here’s a list of places you can experience your zest in.
Barapole River, Coorg
The river is divided into two sections: the upper and the lower section. The upper section basically is famous for the thrill and spunk. The rapids in the upper section are 4 to 5 and lower are 6 to 7 depending upon the level of water.
Kullu, Himachal Pradesh
The rafting tour here starts from Pirdi and ends at Jhiri. The total distance covered is about 14 km. It offers the best experience of the white water rafting. The rapids here are from amateurs to Grade III.
Orchha, Madhya Pradesh
The river Betwa in Orchha offers a pastiche of adventure and inheritance. The rapids will give you thrills and the view amid your journey will leave you mesmerized. The place has a plethora of cenotaphs and lush green woods alongside the river bank.
Ladakh, Jammu Kashmir
Ladakh is mainly famous for trekking, biking and mountaineering but it is also known for river rafting as well. Zanskar river is the one plausibly known for Chander trek done during winters and it is the same river where rafting is offered in the months of July and August. It’s a treat the eyes for sure.
Synonym for rafting is Rishikesh. You ask for river rafting and the first name that clicks mind is Rishikesh. It offers upto three grades of rafting with the rafting camps on the white sand beaches of river Ganga. Apart from rafting, the place offers trekking and cliff jumping as well.