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Rafting from Shivpuri to Rishikesh (16 Km)

River rafting from Shivpuri to Rishikesh is the most popular rafting programme. In the event that you have already taken part in rafting, this is the ideal option. It's possible for first-time rafters to accomplish this part, but they'll need to be physically fit.

From Shivpuri. Return to Sender, Roller Coaster (Grade III+), Golf Course (Grade IV), Club House, Initiation, Double Trouble, and Hilton are just a few of the exciting rapids in the Rafting section of the river. 16 kilometers of rafting separate Shivpuri. Cliff jumping, body surfing, and swimming are all options on this rafting adventure.

  • Rafting Point Rishikesh to Nim Beach Rishikesh
  • Distance: 16 Km
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Price : Rs 1000 + 20 Tax
  • Rapid Grades: I to III+
  • Best Season: February to April & September – Mid-November
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Rafting Marine Drive to Shivpuri ( 10 Km )

The rafting trip from Marine Drive to Shivpuri is ideal for first-time rafters and those who are apprehensive about the river. It's a great way to get into rafting if you're terrified of it but still want to try it. You'll be rafting across grade I to III rapids on this trip.

This portion of rafting is superior to the Brahmpuri section because it includes grade 3 rapids that are not present on the Brahmpuri to Rishikesh segment.

  • Rafting Point : Marine Drive to Shivpuri.
  • Distance : Approximately 10 kilometres
  • Duration : Approximately 90 minutes
  • Price : Rs 600 + 20 tax.
  • Best Season : February to May and September to October
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Rafting from Marine Drive to Rishikesh (25 Km )

A rafting trip from Marine Drive to Rishikesh would be ideal if you've done rafting before. This section of rafting covers most of the major rapids. Physical fitness is required for the rafting portion of the trip, which will take anywhere from four to five hours to complete. During the rafting, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of river activities, including cliff jumping and body surfing.

  • Rafting Points: Marine Drive to Rishikesh
  • Distance: 25 Kms
  • Duration: 4 to 5 Hours
  • Price: Rs 1500
  • Rapid Grades: 1 to 4th
  • Best Season: February to May and September to October
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Kaudiyala to Rishikesh Rafting (36 Km)

A rafting trip from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh is ideal for thrill-seekers who have done river rafting before and want an even more extreme adventure. 36 Km is the length of this rafting trip, which is offered by Rishikesh rafting tour operators in the Ganga river. The activity will take between six and seven hours to complete.

For those who prefer, Sagar Tour & Travels offers the opportunity to divide this trip into two parts. Kaudiyala to Shivpuri, and from Shivpuri to Rishikesh. This entire trip can be completed in a single day. Grade V rapids are only found in this section of the river (The Wall). This rafting trip requires at least six people who are physically fit.

  • Rafting Points: Kaudiyala to Rishikesh
  • Distance: 36 Kms
  • Duration: 5 to 6 Hours
  • Price: Rs 2800 / person
  • Rapid Grades: 1 to 5th
  • Best Season: February to May and September to October
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Barahmpuri to Rishikesh Rafting (09 Km)

Children, novice rafters, elderly people, and women are all well-served by this short and easy section of Rishikesh rafting from Brahmpuri to Rishikesh . It's like going out on a boat. There are Class I rapids in the area. During the rafting trip, you can take a dip in the river and jump from cliffs.Rafting Points: Barahmpuri to Nim Beach Rishikesh

  • Distance: 09 Kms
  • Duration: 70 minutes
  • Price: Rs 600 + 20 tax
  • Rapid Grades: I & II
  • Best Season: February to May and September to October
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Rafting in Rishikesh has a number of different rapid grades

Grade I: Easy

The river's waves are uniform and small at these levels of rapids, making them ideal for first-time rafters and families with small children. Rishikesh's rafting sections feature stretches of grade I water that provide a welcome respite from the more challenging rapids.

Grade II: Moderate

Grade 2 rapids are much more difficult to navigate than grade 1 rapids because they have longer, more difficult sections, narrower passages with larger drops, and more turbulent water. An experienced guide and proper safety gear are essential.

Grade III: Intermediate

Rapids with large, irregular waves and narrow passages tremble the boat and give the impression of adventure. When the water is thrown at you, expect to be splashed and splashed. You'll need a profesnal river guide to navigate these rapids.

Grade IV: Difficult

Complex channels and numerous significant obstacles must be avoided in order to safely navigate these rapids. A high level of physical fitness and attention to detail are both required for this manoeuvre. There is a 15-year-old minimum age to go rafting.

Grade V: Very Difficult

Extremely difficult rapids with a grade of V are called grade V rapids. These are a series of long, nonstop rapids that frequently merge into one another. To complete the grade V rafting section, you must be in good physical condition. The Wall is the only rapid in Rishikesh that is classified as a Class V.