Rishikesh is considered as the Rafting capital of India. This is a direct result of the stream of the Ganges in Rishikesh is perfect for novice and certain extends offer a test to even professional rafters. A large portion of the rafting Trips start above Rishikesh and conclude close Laxman Jhula close Rishikesh city. River Rafting in Rishikesh extends can be partitioned into four noteworthy classes: Basic, Standard, Moderate and Advanced.

Think About River Rafting in Rishikesh

The essential extend starts from Brahmpuri and has for the most part mellow rapids. These rapids are for the most part Grade II or, best case scenario Grade III. Rafting down from Brahmpuri to Rishikesh is only a 2-hour trip. This extend is perfect for youngsters and grown-ups looking for riskless adventure.

The Standard extension starts from Shivpuri, 16 kilometers upstream from Rishikesh and has some well known Grade IV rapids like Roller Coaster and Golf Course. Since there is a "recovery pool" or still waters instantly after these rapids, this extend is perfect for novices looking for some adventure. This extension keeps going about 3 hours and is perfect for novices seeking adventure.

The third extend is the direct extend that starts from Marine Drive, 25 kilometers upstream from Rishikesh. The cliff Jumping point is considerably greater and one encounters Rapids like Cash stream, Three Blind Mice, and so on. This rafting trip takes around 4 hours and is perfect if you have some involvement with rafting.

The Final extend is Advanced extend that starts 36 kilometers upstream from Rishikesh from a place called Kaudiyala. This extend is the advanced extend as it has the best fast on the River Ganges "The Wall".

Tips for River Rafting in Rishikesh

1. There are different levels of rafting - fundamental, medium and higher. You ought to decide on the level according to your necessities. If you are new to rafting you should try fundamental level only and people who are too youthful or too old ought to likewise try only essential level and other levels ought to be maintained a strategic distance from.

2. Your Guide: Always tune in to the Guide and follow the instructions proposed by them as they have a decent measure of involvement in dealing with difficult situations while rafting. It's constantly proposed to take security parameters recommended by your guide. Give your guide a chance to lead the pontoon and never try something new without asking him as it can be exceptionally dangerous.

3. Food: Don't eat too a lot of food before rafting. Eat only light meals previously going for rafting.

4. Clothes: You will get wet while rafting in Rishikesh and for that ensure that you wear right clothes and additionally wear Life Jackets, Helmets, and Oar which will be accessible with your rafting supplier.

5. Never go alone: Always go for rafting in gatherings and never go alone in the remote rivers. At times you may require help/help which will not be conceivable.

Apart from rafting, you can also experience wildlife in Jim Corbett National Park.

Published by Kaushal Shah