River of Brahmaputra is not at all cool and calm. River Rafting within Arunachal Pradesh is full of challenges that it offers to a skilled rafter. It flows through rutted surface of the north-eastern Himalayan state of Arunachal Pradesh. The biggest white water run in the world is Brahmaputra River.
You will be offered the exhilarating hotshot from the glimmer of fast-moving clear-water. Here you will be passing from the grumble and sudden rush and rapid actions at a range of rivers and water bodies of India. White Water Rafting is one of the most gratifying means to experience the rustic areas and natural surrounds of India.
This expedition has all the big water features with hollows. The region is rich in Indian Wildlife with animals such as tigers, leopards, elephants and Deers. There are over 300 different species of birds. This rafting tour is for those who are looking for an extra challenge.
River rafting in Brahmaputra is an exciting expedition and a journey through great rivers. One of the most pleasant rivers is Tsang Po River flows gently towards east Tibet. Namche Barwa is the place where real adventure begins. Few miles inside, there is Siang, the Upper Brahmaputra.
Rafting in Brahmaputra commences with a ferry boat ride at Dibrugarh. Enter into the plains of Pasighat, it is the entry point. This trip will bring you to the remote villages. This poised river flows and provides an exciting journey through tropical forests, gorges. Rafting trip traverses through isolated hillsides and settlements, bounded by thick rainforest.
The Upper Brahmaputra is fairly known as Siang which can be passed through riffles, rapids, legendry big drops and strong eddies. You get a chance do camping on the river bank while on the expedition. Experience nature so closely, that you will never forget!
A star studded sky covers you at night. Running to the Upper Brahmaputra is the most exciting way. Huge Class IV (advanced) rapid, named for Ningguing, a small village that reaches high beyond it, is the first of the challenges of the majestic Brahmaputra in northeastern India.
Zangbo is the starting point, also known as Tsangpo. A beautiful lake of Mansarovar can be seen. Raft further to reach to the Tibetan Plateau. Dihang valley is one of the major attractions and a home to an attractive tribe of hill people called the Adi. Raft down big drops in the gorge with the ‘Roaring Rikor” and “Zebra Rock” till you reach on the track of “Toothfairy” rapid at Cherring.
For many of the raft men or rafters it can be first experience of flicking and an alarming one. But at times, you can be exhilarated, too; experience an amazing rafting trip!