Rafting in Ganga River, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand India

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Rishikesh is a small town situated in northern India, in the state of Uttarakhand and at the foothills of the great Himalayas. It is widely known as The Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas, as well as the World's Capital of Yoga.

When we hear the word meditation, Rishikesh is the first place that crosses one’s mind, and when we think about white water rafting, Ganga River is the place that triggers one’s excessive desire to visit North India. So, if you are a spiritual as well as adventure enthusiast, Rishikesh is the place to be!

Just choose one of many white water rafting schools that are on hand and find yourself at Ganga River, performing the most extreme white water rafting of your life. Ganga River hosts both experts and amateurs of rafting. The waters of the river are Clas IV and V. Marine Drive, Shivpuri and Brahmpuri are some of the most famous stretches that you will pass through this thrilling rafting trip.

The river rafting stretch of Ganges starts from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh. Along 36 km/22 mi of this stretch, you will come across to 12 major rapids, where you will be required to keep your balance while you strive with these rapids. Although Ganges River is ranked as the fifth most polluted river, the spot where white water rafting takes place is absolutely safe and suitable. In order to surprise you, the spot gives you the opportunity to admire the wildlife, including deers, monkeys, leopards and many other lovely creatures.

Now that you found the place which will feed both your body and mind, it’s time to get prepared for a unique experience.