Best Rafting Tours in Delhi - 2020 (with 24 Reviews)

Not everything is bad about the summers. It opens up a lot of opportunities for travellers, including the adventure activities that are offered in the best rafting tours in Delhi. River rafting is one adventure activity that has gained popularity among Indians in the last couple of years.  River Rafting and Rappelling are some highly thrilling adventure sports. Rafting your way through the angry streams of the river can be a truly adrenalizing experience. Delhi offers some stunning packages of the sport, which mostly take you to either Rishikesh, or Kullu in Himachal. Aquaterra Adventures and Himalayan River Runners are centres dedicated to water-sports in and around the capital.

 

Rishikesh near Delhi has become almost synonymous with rafting. The moment somebody mentions about a rafting trip, the first place that comes to the mind is Rishikesh. With up to three grades of rapids and numerous rafting camps on the white sand beaches of River Ganga, this holy town in Uttarakhand has om all the roaming around, eat to your heart’s content become a hot favourite among those who love rafting. Besides, the best rafting tours in Delhi provides ample opportunities for other adventure activities, including trekking and cliff jumping.

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Extreme Adventure Lamayuru Sham Valley
Extreme Adventure Lamayuru Sham Valley

14D/13N

New Delhi

Its a short but action packed Ladakh trip full of fun-filled activities. At a distance of 125kms Westwards from Leh, on a miraculously pulchritudinous road, exists the classic royal monastery famous as Swastika or Yung - drung. On this trek there are several villages which stand among the richest in Ladakh tour package. This particular terrain is known as Sham valley or Apricot valley. It is one of the oldest in Ladakh, and belongs to the Kargyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism. For that extra adrenaline rush one can enjoy thrilling and adventurous biking from Tsokar to Tsomoriri Lake. To top it up one could enjoy white water rafting along the Zanskar River right from Chilling to Nimo. It is known as Baby trek. The name is due to its lower altitude and the passes and comparatively less walking hours. One will notice how a stream of chilly water has led to an oasis of life amidst barren wilderness. Through the sham valley and the ancient kingdom of Sham, we discover the main Ladakhi monasteries and the wonderful sites surrounding them: Shey, Thikse, Hemis, Spituk, Phyang, Lamayuru and Alchi are all accessible by road, and Temisgang, Ridzong and Likir line the trekking route. The paths are of moderate difficulty and it does not rise above 4500m. T he track crosses numerous villages where the people have kept their Tibetan ways and customs. A camera is a must for this tour and one can take it as a Photography trip also and shoot the landscape as well as people. We also have the option of staying in a local house during this trek as it traverses through some houses; specially appointed for village Homestay. The Ladakh trek involves a series of pass crossings and first day is the drive to Timsogam a small village and then the trek starts with ascending a slope which leads us to the pass crossing over the Rongthil la( 4,000m) and then another pass the Muptak la( 3,800m) is crossed and finally the large village of Hemis Shukpachan is reached. Next days walk is a level walk till the base of Tsermangchan la which is crossed after a gentle ascend at 4,600m and a further descend leads us to the village of Yangtang. Next days walk is also an easy walk and after crossing Chagtse pass at 4,200m descend to the village of Likir which is connected to road and houses a large monastery. Visit the monastery and then walk to the village of Rafta. Once we cross the Mandang la pass (4,100m) we will reach Umla and from here its comparatively an easy trek to the village of Taroo, which is a big village just behind the village of Phyang which houses an important monastery in Ladakh tour. As a matter of fact the Phayang festival which happens to fall in July is equally famous. From here we take a final drive to Leh. Rafting: A 3 hour adrenaline packed rafting experience on the Zanskar for the thrill maniacs. It starts down right from the famous Hemis monastery. You would float alongside the villages of the Indus Valley (the cradle of civilization) i.e. Stakna, Shey, Thiksey, Choushot with Choglamsar as the finishing point. Biking: Our move to include mountain biking holidays is an obvious step. This programme has now grown to include biking in the remote valleys of Lahaul, Ladakh, Kulu, Sikkim and the eastern Himalayas. The fully supported Leh - Manali bike ride is now an established classic, crossing three high passes, the highest being over 5600 mtrs, and with a total descent of over 10000 mtrs.
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This camping site exceeded all our expectations, as this was our first time camping, and the Thrillophilia team outdid themselves by arranging this kind of facility for travellers to get to explore nature, and also enjoy luxury stay amenities at the same time. If I could make one suggestion, it would be to increase the variety of the food.
This tour is a definition of adventure in Rishikesh. One of the best trips for camping and rafting with friends in a beautiful landscape. Just one small complaint that the washrooms could be a lil better. But a good trip overall.
Unlike another boring weekend getaway, we were actually able to bond as a family on this camping trip, because of the many games and activities that were organised by the caretaker, Himansh. The food was excellent, but the condition of the tents could improve a bit.
Absolutely loved this action-packed adventure weekend conducted by the Thrillophilia team, and will definitely recommend it to all my friends back home.
Riverside camping is pure bliss. We were served hot pakoras and roasted peanuts for the evening snacks with tea when we returned from an electrifying rafting session and we were so hungry and run down that the snacks tasted heavenly. The entire arrangement is worth appreciating.
"Great hospitality, good and yummy food, arrangements tents location was perfect for nature lovers. staff was marvelous and very cooperative"
Amazing deal for the package, with money safe guarantee and zero booking fees or hassles. No hidden costs whatsoever, like my experience with another company. The trip was amazing! The services were great, no doubt, except the food was very spicy for our taste. We could enjoy the meals much. That aside, the tent accommodation was very comfortable and spacious. The kitchen and washroom were clean and tidy, too. The camp leader Punit was very skilled and supportive. Thank you for the experience, Thrillophilia. Will love to come back.
Riverside camping by the banks of the holy river Ganga was a most memorable experience. My favourite bit was the rafting, though. So much thrill and adventure in one hour! The campsite was well chosen, in the middle of a beautiful forest. The tents were clean, comfortable and spacious, along with well maintained kitchen and washroom on site. We got a decent deal, and decided to book it right away. Glad we did. Thank you so much, Thrillophilia. Will recommend this to colleagues and friends too.
My tent was clean, campsite was well planned with a nice bonfire area and kitchen and washrooms. The toilets were always clean, the food felt fresh and the surrounding is just peace to your mind and soul. I would suggest going barefoot for rafting.
Have been wanting to camp in Rishikesh for so long. Finally did and also went on this crazy rafting expedition. Thank you so much Thrillophilia!