It is not for nothing that Rishikesh is popularly known by title of river rafting capital of India. The mighty Ganges is a well-known and one of the finest River Rafting Destinations in the world.
Daily River Rafting Package:
Brahmpuri to Nim Beach (9 Kms) : Rs. 400/- per person
Shivpuri to Nim Beach (16 Kms) : Rs. 600/- per person
Marine Drive to Nim Beach (24 Kms): Rs. 900/- per person
Kaudiyala to Nim Beach (32 Kms): Rs. 1500/- per person
Rock Climbing is a process to climbing up at the straight mountain with the help of cords and natural grips that resides at the rock. It actually lets you to face challenges and check the physical strength and skills.
Rock Climbing and Rappelling Activity Center:
Byasi – Rishikesh - Easy Type: 40 Feet - (Rs. 200/- Per Person / Per activity)
Phool Chatti – Rishikesh - Difficult: 80 Feet - (Rs. 600/- Per Person / Per activity)
India’s first extreme adventure sports in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand state. It’s very challenging job to jump “83 MTRS”. Jump with rubber chords tied to your ankle and feel the adrenalin rush like never before.
Mohan Chatti (15 Kms Far from Laxman Jhoola Rishikesh)
Activity Details: 83 Meters height Bungee Jump : ( Rs. 3500/- per person) , Flying Fox ( Rs. 1700/- per person), Canyon Swing (Rs. 3000/- per person)
Day Hiking Trek in Rishikesh makes you feel the forest by walk. Enjoy birds watching, rare wildlife species, Himalayan flora, fauna and nature of flowing water from the green hills. One can enjoy nature bath into the crystal clear water of the fall. Five Kms trek keeps your mind, body and soul fresh and calm.
15 Kms trek from the deep Sal, Saugwan Forest, crossing the small river creeks and waterfall climb the top of the hill. Brunch Inrouted.
Very excellent view of Ganga Valley from there.
Type: Easy Safe Trek - (Rs. 1200/- per person) – Including Nature Guide
The holy town of Rishikesh is strategically located on the Himalayan foothills is one of the finest and explicit river rafting destinations in India. Tagged as the ‘Yoga capital of the world’ Rishikesh is revered by Hindu devotees. It is the seat to may gods and goddesses. Rishikesh beyond being the citadel of meditative consciousness is also known for whitewater rafting group tours and expeditions. The sacred river the Ganges has many hard and fast rapids which give local as well as the tourists from different parts of the world to have real fun and adventure.
Popular known places to Raft in Rishikesh include Kaudiyala (32kms.), Marine-Drive (24kms), Shivpuri (16kms.), Bhrampuri (9kms.) and the NIM (4kms.), of which the most liked ones by tourists are Marine-Drive and Shivpuri, Shivpuri to NIM beach (Rishikesh) and Marine-Drive to NIM beach (Rishikesh). The river rapids that the rafter s likely to experience while on rafting expedition includes Grade1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4 Grade 5 and the Grade 6, with Grade 1 as the easiest rapid and Grade 6 considered as the most difficult one.
The holy Ganges in Rishikesh has 13 exhilarating river rapids, such as the Grade 1 rapid - ‘Sweet Sixteen’, Grade 2 rapid - ‘Hilton and Terminator’, the Grade 3 rapid - ‘Three blind mice and CrossFire’, the Grade 4 rapid -‘Roller Coaster and Golf Course’, Grade 5 – The Wall and the Grade 6- The Suicidal. The Grade 6 rapids are dangerous and can only be endeavored by trained and experienced water rafting racing teams.
The best time for rafting in Rishikesh is October to June. 30th June is the last date for River Rafting in Rishikesh.