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|Rafting And Camping Adventure At Rishikesh Flat 28% Off||2D 1N||₹ 1203||5.0 star||View Details|
|Jungle Camping in Rishikesh With Rafting (Flat 31% Off)||2D 1N||₹ 1230||5.0 star||View Details|
|Beach Camping & Rafting In Rishikesh Flat 30% Off||2D 1N||₹ 889||5.0 star||View Details|
|Riverside Stay Experience at Aatithya Resort, Rishikesh||2D 1N||₹ 1500||4.0 star||View Details|
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Traveller Tales from Rishikesh
04 February 2019
Simply amazing! Our guide Ravinder (Rabba) was exceptionally knowledgeable, polite, friendly, and professional. We tried the 16km run and hoping to complete a longer one next time with higher grade rap...
18 October 2018
This place is awesome. Host name is Dinesh and he is really helpfull. The place is clean and food is very delicious. The host provide will put your comfort first. When going for rafting ask for john. C...
27 January 2019
"A wonderful experience which only can be expressed after witnessing the beauty of the trip. Very neat and very conformable stay. For those who want to booze carry your own bottles. Food is provided an
22 October 2018
"It was a beautiful experience. Dinesh and team are really good and the food that they serve is the best. The camps were clean , we had fun out there. keep it up guys."
25 March 2018
"it was a great experience! Our instructor was experienced. our rafting was amazing and safety was provided by the vendor."
18 March 2017
Rishikesh was planned in January with a group of 7 in mind, but unfortunately, only 3 of us could make it. We were on the verge of canceling the trip, but Mrinal suggested otherwise and egged us on to ...
02 April 2017
We planned a spontaneous adventure trip to Rishikesh in the month of march. It was a complete fun experience and very well organized.The camp is located 30 kms from Rishikesh, but it more then makes up...
01 October 2018
"Rishikesh is beaaaautiful. Had the best two days there .."
20 June 2018
My experience of camping and rafting in Rishikesh is so movie-like. I went in the month of April just after my final semester exams and my decision of solo traveling couldn’t have been any less adventu...
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Rishikesh is a beautiful and serene place with full of adventure and spirituality, in the northern state of Uttrakhand. It is 242 km from Delhi via NH 334. It is 25 km north of Haridwar and 43 km southeast of the state capital, Dehradun.
Except monsoon, which stretches from mid-June to September, water rafting is always in demand. The months of February, March, April, May, October and November witness highest number of rafters, from all of the world and can therefore be referred to as the best time for rafting.
There are various places for rafting iin Rishikesh:
Yes, you can go for rafting even if you don’t know swimming. You’ll be made to wear a life jacket that would protect you from drowning. And in case you require help, the lifeguard would save you.
Based on international standards, Rishikesh has levels of rapid grades. Rishikesh is visited by people of all age groups. Therefore it’s important to their own grade before enjoying river rafting.
Even though there isn’t a prescribed age bar, 13 to 45 can be considered the ideal age for undertaking such adventurous expeditions.
Rafting in Rishikesh is pretty safe unless you’re in one of those areas called rapids. Rafting being an adventure sport in Rishikesh and ganges being a violent river, is somewhat risky by nature, but, if you follow certain rules and regulations, you’ll be safe.
However, children and elderly shouldn’t even think of going in the higher rapid levels. It’s really very unsafe there. Since quite a few tragedies have been reported there already, it’s definitely a No-No for them.
Firstly, you won’t. And in case you do, the life jacket you’d be wearing will keep you above water. If you know how to swim, you may reach the coast on your own. If not, then the life guards will save you.
Cost of rafting varies from INR 400 to INR 1850 per person depending upon the distance to be covered and how difficult the journey is.
For ex. 9 km river rafting from Brahmpuri to NIM Beach costs INR 400, 12km from Brahmpuri to Rishikesh costs INR 450, 24 km from Marine Drive to Rishikesh costs 750 and so on.
The distance between Shivpuri and Rishikesh is 660km. It takes 12 h 46 min to travel via Taj Express Highway.
Yes! It’s really safe and that’s because so many travelling organizations arrange camping sessions along with the various adventurous activities. Camps are put up at decent places which are safe from wildlife attacks and where resources are easily available.
They rarely do. BSNL network is mostly found otherwise most private networks connect with a lot of difficulty.
Solarelectricity can been generatedand used for various purposes. However, for budget camping, electricity is not always available.
Clean and hygienic dry pit toilets are present. If you’ve opted for luxury camping, you’ll get even better washrooms.
Swimsuits, fast drying shorts and appropriate river shoes should be worn. Don’t forget to carry a towel and dry clothes to change afterwards.
Yes, for a maximum of three people, one guide would be present.
At normal water level, 3 - 6 people sit comfortably. If it is high water, 8 -10 people share the raft.
Yes, they’ll be provided. They’re intended to keep you alive by keeping your head above water. These high performance floatation devices are designed for offshore severe conditions and are therefore very important to be worn.
Ideally you’re not supposed to smoke or drink here. It is strictly prohibited by companies organizing various expeditions. Even if you’re travelling on your own, it’s advisable you avoid them.
Such activities entail certain amount of risk, which may cause damage to equipment, cause injury, illness or in extreme cases permanent trauma and death. Theses adventures aren’t just about having fun. It involves adventure, exertions, connecting with nature and rediscovering oneself. You shouldn’t forget this.
Bungee jumping in Rishikesh is an activity which involves jumping from a tall structure while being connected to an elastic cord. Rishikesh has India’s highest fixed platform Bungee, ‘Jumpin Heights’ (83m) at Mohanchatti, which is 25 km from Rishikesh and is the most ideal for bungee jumping.
You can try bungee jumping at INR 3,500 with 100 bucks entry fee and 300 bucks coaching fee, per person.
Rishikesh is a land of spirituality, adventure activities and a peaceful atmosphere. There are a lot of places to visit in Rishikesh and hence you'll find may Indian as well as foreigners enjoying the beauty here