River rafting

River rafting in Uttarakhand will be a perfect getaway for you, if you crave some adventure in life. Most part of the state lies in the Himalayas, and several small and big rivers flow through it. Certain stretches of Yamuna, Saryu, Kali, Ganga, Gori Ganga, Kosi and Ramganga are utilised by tour organisers for conducting this exciting water sport. The state has a good road and rail connectivity to the rest of India, so all rafting locations here are within your reach with ease. Ganga, Yamuna, Alaknanda, Mandakini and Bhagirathi are the main rivers originating from the glaciers of Uttarakhand.

About River Rafting

Introduction to Rafting: By definition, rafting means travelling on a water body on rafts. These are inflatable boats made of strong and stretchable rubber fabric.

Location: As an adventure sport, rafting is done on rivers, especially in the mountains as the riverbeds there are rocky and the currents strong.

The Activity: An important part of the activity involves controlling the direction of the boat to overcome the rapids. This high-thrill sport will test your rowing skills and manoeuvring techniques.

For Participants: Before you engage in river rafting in Uttarakhand, you will be given a short briefing. Your instructors will also provide you with all necessary equipment like rafts, paddles to row, life jackets and helmets.