Top Destinations of  River Rafting in India

By Sneha Ghosh

Ganga River, Rishikesh

Difficulty Level: Grade I - Grade IV Distance Covered: 9 km - 36 km Best time for rafting: late September to mid November.

Yamuna River, Mussoorie

Difficulty Level: Moderate – Grade I and III Rapids Distance Covered: Yamuna bridge to Juddo 9 kms stretch Best time for rafting: mid-September to mid-June.

Indus River, Ladakh

Difficulty Level: Very basic – Grade I Rapids Distance Covered: A stretch of 25 kms is covered Best time for rafting: early November to March end.

Bhagirathi River, Uttarakhand

Difficulty Level: Challenging Distance Covered: The 150 km stretch of Bhagirathi is exemplary for river rafting in India Best time for rafting: April to June.

Alaknanda River, Uttarakhand

Difficulty Level: Grade IV and V Rapids Distance Covered: A stretch of approx 25 kms Best time for rafting: October to April.

Beas River, Kullu & Manali

Difficulty Level: Grade I Rapids Distance Covered: Approximately 14 km. Best Season for Rafting: March to July.

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Spiti River, Himachal Pradesh

Difficulty Level: Moderate Distance Covered: It covers a distance of 180km starting from Tuting to Pasighat Best time for rafting: July and August.

Brahmaputra River, Arunachal Pradesh

Difficulty Level: Challenging Distance Covered: The starting point of rafting is at Tuting and the end is situated at a distance of 180 km in Pasighat Best time for rafting: September to June.

Kundalika River, Maharashtra

Difficulty Level: Challenging Distance Covered: Approximately 10 km in the water Best time for rafting: June to March

Teesta River, Sikkim & Darjeeling

Difficulty Level: Grade I - Grade IV Distance Covered: 309 kms from the Himalaya joins Best time for rafting: December to June.

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