Ganges River Rafting

River Ganges is the lifeline of India. While the holy waters of Ganges is said to wash away all sins, its’ unbridled waters can wash away all your stress.


Rishikesh is one of the best places in North India to practice yoga and go for water rafting. It is no more just a Hindu pilgrimage where devotees gather to cleanse their sins in the holy waters, but is gradually gaining popularity as a hotbed of adventure sports, like river rafting. Brahmapuri is one of the best places for water rafting here. It is perfect for both novice and experienced; initiation, double trouble, Hilton and terminator are some of the rapids that water rafters love to hit here.

Shivpuri offers exciting rapids, like return to sender, roller coaster, golf course and club house. You may also boost your adrenaline here with body surfing and cliff jumping. The sandy beach of Shivpuri is also perfect for camp fires, for spending sometime of fun and frolic with your camp mates.


Lying at the confluence of River Alakananda and Mandakini, Rudraprayag is a blissful creation of nature. With its majestic Himalayan Range and River Ganges flowing just at the foot hills, Rudraprayag is the paradise for water rafters. River rafting over River Ganges from Malatha Beach to Kaudiyala is a challenge. The rapids are tough and hence you have experienced kayakers accompanying you throughout the journey.

At Devprayag, river rafting is a charming experience. Fall in love with nature as you paddle down the white waters of River Ganges; the majestic Himalayas and the lush greenery all round takes you to a world of eternity. The Kaudiyala to Rishikesh course of River Ganges is advisable only to the expert water rafters. Know the turbulent nature of the generally known composed River Ganges. Wall, Three Blind Mice, Black Money, Daniel’s Dip and Tee Off are some of the tricky rapids that you hit while water rafting from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh, which is almost 31 kms distance. The experienced guides and kayakers continuously assist you in paddling in the right direction and hence you are never alone in this wild quest.

The Maletha Beach to Beas Ghat is the holy confluence of the River Beas and River Bhagirathi, which from here is known as River Ganga. Besides water rafting you can enjoy fishing here; the waters here are famous for Mahaseer fish. The place, popularly known as the Gold Ganga is also famous for its rich flora and fauna.

Water rafting is just not sailing on the wild waters enjoying the cold splashes, but it is an amazing way to connect with nature. As you raft through the River Ganges, the ancient temples and the daily live that thrives at the banks of this holy river offers solace to the hearts. Last but not the least; the camp life during the water rafting tour is a lifelong memory. The camp games, song and dance round the bon fire and fighting through the water with your peers gives you some best friends and moments of your life.