River rafting in India has emerged one of the most popular sports? pointing through the unbridled water and passing through unsafe rapids, who is adventurer at heart only realizes. If you haven’t got an opportunity to experience this utterly water sport then pack your baggage and be ready to become adventurer this summer.
1. Indus River
Nothing can be more adventurous then river rafting in Indus river – also called ‘Singhe Khababs’ or ‘Out of the Lion’s Mouth’. Giving magnetising views of Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges, rafting in Indus makes one unforgettable experience in India.
Level of difficulty: Very basic
Distance Covered: A stretch of 25 kms is covered

2. Kullu-Manali
Kullu is one of the most well-liked destinations for white water rafting in India. Sail on the stretches of river Beas, where rapids provide the thrill interval to experts.
Level of difficulty: Very Basic
Distance Covered: Raft on river Beas from Pirdi (4 kms before Kullu town) right down to Jhiri, on a stretch of roughly 14 kms.

3. Yamuna River
Yamuna is a hub of river rafting in India, which is appropriate for both amateur and skilled rafters. There are 2 stretches- Nainbagh to Juddo and Yamuna Bridge to Juddo among which Nainbagh to Juddo is most ideal for rafting. The rapid grades range between I and III which are difficult and can be dealt with little effort.
Level of difficulty: Moderate
Distance Covered: Yamuna bridge to Juddo 9 kms stretch

4.River Ganga, Rishikesh
The river Ganga definitely offers the best experience of white water river rafting experience in India. Rafting on the Ganga are often enjoyed at Rishikesh which is nestled in Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand. There are four stretches- Kaudiyala to Rishikesh (36kms), Marine drive to Rishikesh (24kms), Shivpuri to Rishikesh (16kms), and Brahmapuri to Rishikesh (9kms).
Level of difficulty: Basic levels to Challenging
Distance Covered: You could select a half day trip or a full day trip that involves a run of 26 kilometer

5. Barapole, Coorg
South India has its own chunk of thrill! The Barapole river that crosses through Coorg is an perfect place for experiencing river rafting in India. The stretches are divided into 2 parts- the upper and the lower section of the river. The upper section has IV to V rapids and lower section has VI to VII rapids.
Level of difficulty: Difficult
Distance Covered: Around 150km in rafting

6. Kundalika River, Maharashtra
In western India, the Sahyadri river is perfect for white water rafting. Kundali enters Kolad where a dam is constructed that majorly controls the gradient and turbulence of the river. Kolad has become a well-liked spot for weekends. Monsoon is the perfect timing to travel for rafting in Kundalika.
Level of difficulty: Difficult
Distance Covered: Approximately 10 kilometer in the water

7. Teesta river, Sikkim and Darjeeling
The point where Teesta meets with Rangit river forms a impressive place for rafting for experties. Don’t forget the spectacular beauty of the scenery which further graces the rafting experience in Teesta river in Sikkim.
Level of difficulty: Difficult
Distance Covered: 309 kms from Himalayas joins

8. Brahmaputra Rafting, Arunachal Pradesh
This river is one of the best places for river rafting in India. The start line of rafting is at Tuting and the finishing line is situated in Pasighat. It takes approx a week to cover the complete stretch. The rafting campaign makes one well aware of the culture, life, and tradition of Arunachal Pradesh.
Level of difficulty: Challenging
Distance Covered: The starting point of rafting is at Tuting and the finish is situated at a distance of 180 kms in Pasighat.

So, how many destinations have you visited from our list for the best experience of river rafting in India? Not enough, right? Well, it’s time for you to try out this places for the best experience of river rafting!

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