River Rafting Tour, Uttarakhand

₹ 6,000 / person


Rishikesh is unique city which has something to offer for everyone. Rishikesh is also known as River Rafting Capital of India. Rishikesh attracts thousands of adventure lovers every year. River Ganges from the Gangotri glacier to Ganga Sagar is one of the most holy rivers in India. Starting from Gangotri Glacier to Rishikesh it makes its way throughout the mountainous route. A number of white water rapids, creates wonderful opportunities for rafting which is rare in India. At Gangotri it is known as Bhagirathi but from Devprayag it is known as River Ganges when it merges with Alaknanda River. The River Ganges is like a part of Indian culture and civilization. On her way to Rishikesh, the Ganges River offers fun-filled river rapids. From grade 1 to grade 5 this area has all kind of rapids for perfect adventure. River rafting is a adventure for not only adults but it is also safe for children as well. To enjoy rafting you don't need to learn swimming. Rafting can be enjoyed by people of all age groups.


  • 2 Persons
  • ₹ 6,000 / Person
  • 1 Room
  • Child (below 5 yrs)
  • Complimentary without bed
  • No extra bed
  • Child (Above 5 yrs)
  • ₹ 1000 / Person / Night
  • 1 Rooms + 1 Extra Bed
  • Persons:Minimum 6 Persons
  • Destination:Bheemtal / Nakuchiyatal
  • Departure:Delhi / Haridwar
  • Route:Delhi / Bheemtal / Nakuchiyatal
  • Transport:By Air, By Train, By Bus

Tour Plan

Duration : 02 Nights | 03 Days


Arrive Rishikesh

Arrive in Rishikesh in the morning and check into your accommodation. Spend the day exploring the temple town, visit the shrines and in the evening enjoy the aarti (divine ritual) by the River Ganga. Rishikesh and its surrounding areas have numerous “propulsion” points for rafting, from where the experience begins. One of the most popular and challenging ones is at Kaudiyala, a small village. This starting point is also the furthest one from Rishikesh. There are 13 rapids in the stretch of the Ganga from Kaudiyala till Rishikesh, and of different grades, including Grade III and Grade IV. The stretch offers a mix of easy to difficult rapids, including the the 'Wall’ a rapid where 90 per cent of rafts flip over. Do not attempt this stretch without an expert guide. The total number of hours of rafting that you will enjoy in this trip will be around 36 km and the time taken to complete the distance will be around 6 to 7 hours. There are several other itineraries you can explore from Rishikesh.


Rishikesh To Kaudiyala

In the morning, drive to Kaudiyala after breakfast. The hour-long road trip is beautiful. In case you do not want to stay at Rishikesh at night, you can stay at Kaudiyala as well. Rafting begins in the morning. The start is made at with a stretch of 18 km from Kaudiyala to Shivpuri. Experience enthralling rafting riding rapids like the Three Blind Mice, The Wall and Crossfire till Shivpuri. Enjoy the serene river-side scenery of Shivpuri before you drive back to Kaudiyala. You will reach in around 30 minutes.


Shivpuri To Rishikesh

The day's rafting begins from Shivpuri. The stretch from Shivpuri to Rishikesh is of 16 km and there are wild rapids like the Initiation, Roller Coaster, Return to the Sender, Double Trouble, Golf Course and Club House. Besides river rafting, you also can also try body surfing. Reach Shivpuri and enjoy the sprakling silver sandy beaches by the Ganga. Here, you can either end your trip and disembark from the raft and drive onwards to your destination. Or you can float past beautiful temples, ashrams and ghats and linger around in the river for a little more time.

  • Included:
    • Hotel accommodation.
    • Tempo Traveler according your tour plan.
    • Fuel, parking, toll taxes, Interstate taxes.
    • Welcome Drink on arrival at hotel.
    • Morning tea Breakfast and Dinner.
  • Excluded:
    • Any sort of transportation.
    • Any other personal expenses.
    • Anything not mentioned above in inclusions.
    • GST.











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