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River Rafting in Rishikesh
attracts a number of adventure seeking travelers every year. The
excitement and thrill offered by the White Water Rafting are
beyond comparison. It is a feeling like no other in the natural
settings of beautiful landscapes. River rafting is a trending
activity in India and brings thrill to everyone, age being no
exception. It's a break from the regular sporting adventure
activities and provides a unique experience in itself.
Rafting is a recreational outdoor activity and can be enjoyed by anyone serving the minimum age criterion which is, 12 years of age. However, being a swimmer is not a prerequisite to try this great adventurous water sport. There are four different starting points of Rafting in Rishikesh, ranging from the basic to difficult ones. This means you have four different trips to choose from and your packages can be customized accordingly.
River Rafting in Rishikesh Safety
We also look into the safety concern of our guests and make sure that your experience with us is a pleasant one. We abide by the guidelines and policies laid down by the Uttarakhand Government for River rafting in Rishikesh. Each raft has a guide and a helper and before each white water rafting trip the guide briefs the group members and address their queries. Everyone is provided with a safety helmet and a life jacket. Our River Rafting Guides have years of experience and expertise to ensure a safe and buzzing experience for you.
Whether you are looking for a brief 2 hour trip or a 6 hour expedition, there is a river rafting trip available exclusively for you. The shortest river rafting stretch starts from Brahmpuri. Rafting from Brahmpuri is ideal for family river rafting trips. While rafting from Shivpuri, the second starting point, is a 3 hour stretch that is suitable for Corporate outings in Rishikesh and for College Groups. The 4 hour trip that starts from Marine Drive is meant for Dare devils, it might get a little tiring for newbie's and finally we have a full day rafting trip from Kaudiyala that takes 6-7 hours.
Eco-tourism could be broadly defined as making
as little environmental impact as possible and helping to
sustain the indigenous populace, thereby encouraging the
preservation of wildlife and habitats when visiting a place.
Responsible Eco-tourism includes programs that minimize the
adverse effects of traditional tourism on the natural
environment and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.
Whether it's about a nature camp or organizing trekking trips towards the un-spoilt and inaccessible regions, one should always keep in mind not to create any mishap or disturbance in the life cycle of nature. Historical, biological and cultural conservation, preservation, sustainable development etc. are some of the fields closely related to Eco-Tourism. Read More..