Sunday, June 15, 2014

Water Rafting in Rishikesh

Water Rafting in Rishikesh
The gorgeous rivers Bhagirathi, Mandakini, Ganga, Yamuna, Sharda, Alaknanda, Tons and Mahakali, descending from icy beds of the Himalaya in both Garhwal and Kumaon districts, offer a diverting range of adventure experiences to both rafting professionals and novices.
Oftimes, the rafting camps set along the riverside at Mori (Tons), Rishikesh on the banks of river Ganga, Shivpuri 30 km away, Marine drive, a short distance uphill from Rishikesh, and Kaudiyala, offer a range of other activities that intersperse trips on the river. These include treks, birdwatching, community visits, rappelling, climbing etc.

You can experience thrilling rafting which will awaken your senses from within. If you are visiting to Rishikesh then you should try rafting for sure.

Keep in Mind:

-Some important things to carry if going for rafting tour- goggles, antiseptic cream, sport shoes, swimsuit,, sandals, hat and nylon shorts.
-Dress in layers, in order to add or remove clothes easily to adjust to changing temperature and activity level.
-Rafter must be fit physically and mentally.
-Rafter should not have hydrophobia
-Don't forget to carry dry bags to keep your belongings safe
-Don't forget your medication like insulin or inhaler etc.
-Rafting package in Rishikesh

Rafting Package:

G5 adventure is offering a 1N2D package in which the rafting distance is 16km from Brahmpuri to Rishikesh. The Package costs rs. 1599 per person. For booking and other packages visit-

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