India’s top river rafting spots
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Ganga, Rishikesh

Rishikesh is the heart of stream boating, and it is undisputed. The river Ganga will flow at a high speed, surrounded by Garhwal Himalayas. This makes waterway boating a thrilling and exciting experience. These stretches can be divided into four sections: Brahmapuri to Rishikesh covers 9 km, Shivpuri and Rishikesh covers 16km, Marine drive from Rishikesh covers 24km, Kaudiyala covers Rishikesh covers 36km. It is up to you to decide if you want to do a half-roadtrip, or a full day. Stream boating in Rishikesh is a great gift idea for someone you love. Perhaps you are thinking about what to gift your friend or dearest companion on her birthday. Even more amazing is the fact that the perfect gift will be available for your nearest boating. These fake sporting offices can be used for you as well as your family members to help them feel at their best. You can improve your boating skills and watch your loved ones live it up in a safe and controlled environment.   Uttarakhand, Tons River Tons, the source of River Yamuna, is considered one of the most challenging spots for streamboating in India. The stream travels through faraway regions and tells us about Uttarakhand's center culture. The Tons River welcomes adrenaline junkies to enjoy its sparkling waters. Experienced whitewater rafters are not advised to go through the threatening rapids of the Tons River in Uttarakhand. We are greeted by dark skies at Tiuni bazaar. This is where we meet 300 people and a large part of the 18-man team to explore the Class III and IV rapids that cut through the Tons waterway.   Barapole, Coorg Barapole River, located approximately 27 kilometers from Gonikoppal, and 78km from Madikeri is a well-known spot for white waterway sailing in Coorg, Karnataka. As part of Coorg Tour Packages, wilderness boating in Barapole river is the most popular. Barapole River, a turbulent waterway that runs from the Kithu Kakathu River and continues to Brahmagiri slopes towards the Arabian Sea, is the beginning of the Barapole River. Barapole River is a popular spot for wilderness boating, and it is also considered one of the most challenging boating experiences in South India. This stretch has more than nine Class 2-Class 4- rapids. These rapids are known by their names: Morning Coffee, GrassHoppers, Ramba Sambas, Wicked Witch, Big Bang, and Wicked Witch. This run runs between 3-4 km in length. The entire boating meeting takes around 3 hours. The stream boating experience is enhanced by the white foamy waterway and its rapids and quick waters. It moves through beautiful scenes. The adrenaline rush, energy and rush are so intense during storm season. The Barapole River flows through dense backwoods, offering boaters a stunning view of the Brahmagiri Wilderness Sanctuary.   Bagirathi river, Uttarakhand Pontooning in the waters of Bhagirathi is a thrilling way to enjoy stream boating. You will pass through two mountains that are equal, and the stream is fast, giving you beautiful views. The major rapids you will encounter here include Bhagirathi and Elephant rock, Sharp S, Confluence fast, Sharp S, Sharp C, Sharp R, Sharp S, and The Chute. Experienced searchers will find the Bhagirathi River's rejuvenating boating stumble a great way to satisfy their hunger. The waves carry you through the natural towns, through an amazing chasm, and into the junction of Alaknanda & Bhagirathi before reaching the River Ganga. One can also see the best of nature as it flows directly through the Himalayan core. Get your bags packed and get ready to have a go with the stream.   Indus River, Ladakh The longest stream in Asia is Indus. It is also known as the Sindhu waterway. It covers a distance of approximately 3,180 km. The boating season here starts in July and continues until late September. The Indus' water level is high during this time and makes it one of the most popular spots for waterway boating in India. Many refer to Indus as the 'Singhe Khababs. White water Indus rapids are a mix of I and II grades, and in certain places can even have grade III-V rapids. Phey to Nimo, furthermore Upshi and Kharu, or Upshi and Nimo are the most well-known boating focuses. There are many focuses that run from Phey and Saspol, or Phey to Nimo's Indus-Zanskar combination at Nimo, and from Nimo (75 Kms west) to Alchi.  

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