Camping Rafting Masti Rishikesh
Rishikesh wonderful place. Rishikesh is unique city which has something to offer for everyone. Rishikesh is also known as River Rafting Capital of India. Rishikesh attracts thousands of adventure lovers every year. River Ganges from the Gangotri glacier to Ganga Sagar is one of the most holy rivers in India. Starting from Gangotri Glacier to Rishikesh it makes its way throughout the mountainous route. A number of white water rapids, creates wonderful opportunities for rafting which is rare in India. During the Rafting people can enjoy magnificent views of the Shiwalik hills and the Ganges. Brahmpuri, Shivpuri, Marine Drive, Byasi, Kaudiyala, Kirti Nagar, Devprayag And Rudraprayag are the places where you can start your rafting to Rishikesh
Best Time for Rishikesh Rafting
Rafting is Rishikesh starts in September after monsoon season. Normally it ends in June month before monsoon. Spring and summer is peak season for rafting. During Dec – Jan most of the people don’t dare do rafting due to very cold water. most the people are Comeing in summer vacation.
Rishikesh Rafting Tips
follow tips in Rafting. you should keep some important tips in mind. You should always listen all the instructions from your guide. Don’t be overconfident about your skills. Use some simple techniques such as jumping to the high side of the raft while running through rapid. Select proper rafting stretch as per your age. Some rafting stretches are not safe for children or senior citizens. For children (more than 07 years), senior citizen or first timers can enjoy Rafting from Brahmpuri to Rishikesh. It has Grade I and Grade II rapids and it is 2 hrs long rafting which is suitable for them. Shivpuri Rafting is suitable for 15 years to 45 years old people (Rapids upto Grade III). Kaudiyala Rafting is suitable for 18 years old to 45 year old people (Rapids upto grade IV). Don’t forget to carry necessary medications, such as inhalers or insulin etc.
At Rishikesh Things to carry while Rafting
Bathing Suit or Shorts, T-shirt or Sandos, Sunscreen Lotion, Antiseptic Cream, Sunglasses, Swimming Goggles, Old Sneakers / Neoprene, Waterproof Camera or Waterproof Bag for Camera and other devices, Energy Bars / Energy Drinks, Zip Lock Waterproof Bags, Towel and Extra Undergarments, Plastic Bags (for wet things), woolen cloths, Quick drying shorts or swimming costume, Sunglasses with retaining cord, Extra batteries and Ice Box.