Everything You Need to Know About River Rafting In Rishikesh

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Rishikesh in northern Uttarakhand is known for its tranquility, spirituality, and peace. People come to the Yoga Capital Of The World to get in touch with their spiritual selves. But Rishikesh is also the place where you can explore adventure activities. Cliff diving, rock climbing, bungee jumping. what have you, this is also the place for an adrenaline rush!

One such experience that can satiate adventure lovers is river rafting in Rishikesh.

What is White Water Rafting/River Rafting?

River rafting basically is navigating a river with oars in a raft (an inflatable boat) with a group. This is an experience for everyone and for those who shy away from trying anything extreme, rafting is like taking baby steps to the world of adventure and having a lot of fun while at it.

River rafting in Rishikesh is the most sought-after activity and you’ll find boards all over town which makes it that much harder to skip. What makes this a must-do in Rishikesh is the mighty Ganga. The waters of the holy River Ganga around Rishikesh have a forceful flow and is choppy with a number of rapids along the course of the trail which raises the difficulty and makes it equally thrilling.

Rafting Stretches In Rishikesh

There are four stretches or courses of river rafting in Rishikesh. Each rafting grade is determined based on the rapids or obstacles in their path which make it easy, moderate, or difficult. You can choose between any rafting session depending on personal choice and endurance.

Brahampuri

Length – 8 km

Duration – 2 to 2.5 hours

This has Grade I/II rapids. Also the shortest and easiest rafting course with zero obstacles and a clearer path. It starts from Brahampuri to Ram Jhula and is suited for beginners, families, and seniors. Rafting here is a sport that can be enjoyed across age groups from ages 7 to 65. To add to that, you need no prior rafting skills or need to know swimming! Just pay attention as your guide advises you on rafting techniques and you’re ready!

The Grade I stretch is more of a fun boat ride with a few enjoyable rapids named Sweet Sixteen, Jail No Bail, Double Trouble, and Hilton. Your rafting guide explains the meaning behind the name just as you are about to hit the rapid because once you cross it, it makes you go “aah that name makes sense!”

Shivpuri

Length – 18 km

Duration – 3 to 3.5 hours

This river rafting trip from Shivpuri to Laxman Jhula is Grade II/III, meaning a medium to difficult course. It’s preferred by beginners and those who want to have a rafting adventure but are also short on time. This rafting stretch too has its share of interestingly named rapids like Roller Coaster, Return To Sender, Golf Course, and Club House.

As compared to Brahampuri, the Shivpuri course is not obstacle-free and has irregular waves, which, however, can be easily maneuvered by following the simple instructions of your rafting guide and teamwork. Non-swimmers can opt for this course too.

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Marine Drive

Length – 27 km

Duration – 4.5 to 5 hours

The course from Marine Drive to Rishikesh has Grade II/III rapids, similar to Shivpuri. But as the distance is greater, so are the number of rapids on the way which only add to the physical strain as well as the level of thrill!

Mostly preferred by individuals from 20 to 35 years, the Marine Drive course also allows you to try body surfing and enjoy cliff jumping along with rafting. Body surfing is just floating on the waters of the Ganges with the help of your life jacket. Hold on to the rope that connects you to your raft, lest you literally ‘float away’!

Cliff jumping is another adventure sport that you can try here. The height of the cliff is just about right; it lets you feel that rush as you jump and hit the water without it being too scary or dangerous. We’ve all seen in movies people jump off cliffs into the ocean and wonder what it feels like. The best part: you need not stop at one jump. As the rafting course is long, there’s a break and that’s when the ones who haven’t had enough can go jump a cliff!

The most interesting rapid on this route is the Three Blind Mice. The waters are pretty still for a stretch till the instructor warns you to be alert and not be fooled by the calmness and that’s when you hit three rapids, one after the other in succession.

The other famous rapid on the Marine Drive is CrossFire, a Grade III rapid. Although it may seem intensive compared to the other two, Marine Drive is a great choice even for beginners. It does need more physical endurance but no previous experience or swimming skills. So if you can spare the time and want to experience river rafting in Rishikesh for what it actually means, then this should be your choice.

Kaudiyala

Length – 37 km

Duration – 8 to 9 hours

The course from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh is the longest and the most challenging. This stretch has Grade I to Grade IV rapids: 13 of them! Along with rocks, high and irregular waves definitely put your strength, willpower, and endurance to the test.

To complete this course, you’d need prior rafting experience as it surely comes in handy to maneuver the harder, irregular but exciting rapids. All you adventure enthusiasts, if you’ve rafted before and want a day well spent with adrenaline mighty Ganga, then this one’s for you. However, a point to make note of would be that this course is run only when the water is relatively at a higher level as otherwise it would not be possible to complete this stretch in a day.

Best Time For River Rafting In Rishikesh

Your Rishikesh rafting adventure won’t be possible in the monsoon season as the level and the intensity of the water increase, making it dangerous. Rishikesh rafting season is from October to May. Depending on the monsoon season, it’s open till the 15 of June and starts again by the last week of September but do not plan your Rishikesh trip too close to the rainy season as the weather is always unpredictable.

Cost Of River Rafting In Rishikesh

The cost of river rafting packages varies depending on the course you choose and ranges from INR 500 to INR 2,500 per person. The tour operators do offer discounts for large groups (families/ corporate groups). River rafting expeditions do not need to be booked in advance, however it helps to have researched online for tour operators and if you have a time crunch so as to avoid running into last-minute problems and disappointments.

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Is River Rafting Allowed In Rishikesh?

Yes, river rafting in Rishikesh is allowed, and it is in fact one of the most popular places in India for this adventure sport.

Is Non Veg Banned In Rishikesh?

As Rishikesh is a holy city, consumption of alcohol and non-vegetarian food is prohibited here.

Which Is The Best Area To Stay In Rishikesh?

Tapovan is arguably the best area to stay in Rishikesh, thanks to the many hotels dotted around it, and its proximity to the Lakshman Jhula.

If you’re looking for hotels in Rishikesh, check out Unstumbled’s curated list of the best hotels in the city .

Is River Rafting In Rishikesh Dangerous?

If you get river rafting packages from reputed clubs, it isn’t dangerous, especially if you’re rafting along the Grade I stretches and follow the instructor’s advice and orders.

Is River Rafting Safe For Non Swimmers?

If you’re going with a reputable river rafting club that provides life jackets and with a qualified instructor, river rafting can be safe for non-swimmers.

What Is The Best Time To Visit Rishikesh?

If you’re visiting Rishikesh for river rafting, then October to mid-November is the best time to visit as it is the rafting season; otherwise, you should visit Rishikesh between March and May.

Is Ola Available In Rishikesh?

Yes, cab services like Ola and Uber are available in Rishikesh.

How Many Days Are Enough For Rishikesh?

About 3-4 days should be sufficient for you to visit Rishikesh and engage in the many activities the town has to offer. The places you must visit are the Lakshman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Jumpin Heights bungee jumping, The Beatles Ashram, Rajaji National Park, and Shivpuri.

Where Can I Stay In Rishikesh For Free?

You can stay at Geeta Bhawan for free. This ashram is located beside the River Ganga and has over 1,000 rooms for guests to stay.

Is There Snowfall In Rishikesh?

No, Rishikesh doesn’t experience snowfall, though the weather can get chilly in the winter months (average minimum temperature is 14°C). If you want to enjoy the snow, consider places like Mussoorie (74 km away) or Auli (193 km away).

White Water Rafting In Rishikesh | Is it Really Safe? | 10 Travel Enthusiasts Tell Tale

White Water Rafting In Rishikesh | Is it Really Safe? | 10 Travel Enthusiasts Tell Tale

According to a news report recently, a woman lost her life during white water river rafting in Rishikesh accident. Every year there are a few similar river rafting accident & death cases that happen during the season of rafting in Rishikesh. So, I thought to dig this deeper and ask around travel enthusiasts who have experienced rafting adventure about their experience in real time to bring collated precautions & safety tip for you.

I stayed in Rishikesh for two years and I too went for rafting. I was scared but then I am generally scared of water activities. At rafting in Rishikesh, I could see sheer mismanagement and total dependency on these over confident kids, so called ‘raft guides’. Call it peer pressure or what; I did rafting once. Thankful to Ganga ji that I am safe. Sadly, that lady wasn’t lucky enough. Though society will eulogize her death too for she died in Gangaji and attained real moksha. Who knows, how is the family coping with this loss. Maybe she has small kids or ailing parents.

Well, I am recounting my experience of rafting in Rishikesh so that it prepares you on what to expect and also sharing some tips to ensure safety which should be our primary concern till our lovable government wakes up.

Tip 1 – Get Gyan On Rishikesh Rafting Route

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At rafting point in Rishikesh. Early morning

In Rishikesh there are three to four level of rafting and based on your ability one should opt for the appropriate level. The most difficult level is a 36 Km of rafting ( Kaudiyala to Rishikesh) and has rapid river category of 4th grade.

The moderate one (16 kms) starts from the ever-popular Shivpuri and ends at Laxman or Ram jhula ghat.

Easy rafting starts from a midpoint further down from Shivpuri on the Rishikesh road. This is a fun picnic place with maggi stalls around. We chose grade I for our Rishikesh rafting.

Though non-swimmers can participate in Rishikesh rafting but then choose the shorter route with beginner or moderate grade rapid.

Shilpi Dutta, says she experienced rafting in April 2012 but didn’t go for cliff jumping. She did the 21km rafting and found it was totally exciting.

Tip 2 – Choose Rafting Grade Wisely| Funny Names But Risky Games

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The Ganga river and rafting enthusiasts face to face.

In total, there are 13 rapids divided into 4 grades based on their level of difficulty in the Rishikesh rafting route. Their names are really funny but their purpose is important – it is a forewarning so choose wisely by asking:

It is important to have prior knowledge of these rapid and ask proper questions to the guide. Clearly tell them your level of water scare, fitness level and swimming skills. Guide might be tempted to make bit more money by suggesting the longer route but you don’t want to take the longest route ever, right? So, make sure it is your decision and not an influenced one.

Shyamal Mukherjee did rafting back in 1999 and shares his experience from yesteryear’s

Rafting in 1999

“We reached in the afternoon there for rafting in a group of 20 people. Stayed there in tents near Ganga. Next morning we all got ready for rafting. Hired two boats. All were given relevant details plus life jacket each. It is safe and a pleasant journey. In case boat topples, one should not panic especially if you don’t know swimming. Rafting in RIshikesh is a life time experience once you complete.”

Tip 3- Adventure is Good, Overconfidence is Not

Enroute to rafting point alongwith our boat

Safety gears like life jacket and helmet are not comfort clothing. Check if the gear is in good condition. Don’t be causal about it. Most of the rafting guides provide overused gears which might not even fight you properly or have a buckle that isn’t working – stay away from it. They will say, “Madam theek hai”

Be adamant. Safety first. Though you may be tempted to click selfies instead of searching for the right gear at that time but remember it is important.

Once you have boarded the boat, they will ask to keep your wallets, mobile or camera that can get wet into a dry bag. The boat usually has two boys managing the trip.

Simple instructions are provided. Listen to them carefully.

I admit, during the instruction time I was quite casual. I did make a mistake.

Though frankly, I didn’t enjoy the rapids much. My favourite was when they halted somewhere in between the rapids and asked us to get into the water and stay afloat with buoyancy. Blissful experience indeed!

Tip 4 – Be A Responsible Tourist

My favourite moment from the rafting when we floated in Gangaji

Kiran Chaturvedi worked as a qualitative market research professional with the WPP Group for many years, and now organizes creative writing workshops. She writes on socio-psychological topics, places and people, and occasional fiction and poetry. She is a nature enthusiast and roots for sustainable, holistic and greener living. She shares her views about rafting in Rishikesh:

“Have done it and am very familiar with the whole set up. It is very safe if rules are followed. Both unscrupulous operators and ignorant and arrogant tourists willfully ignore these guidelines. And then accidents happen which turn fatal. Otherwise accidental are a risk in the activity but usually can be controlled.

I see completely brazen attitude of tourists. Drunk and insisting on rafting. Getting rowdy and disobeying guides. And God forbid, if something happens then it is all the operators fault. There are also completely cynical operators who allow this. Then there the good ones, who respect the river and its power and don’t behave, like rapists.”

Sushmita Sarkar | Travel Blogger at MyUnfinishedLife

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I go to Rishikesh often as we have second home in Haridwar and I have never tried river rafting there because of safety reasons. What I have observed is that most tourists want to try rafting for the ‘fun’ of it expecting it to be joyride in an entertainment park where all safety measures should be taken care of by operator, while they can sing & shout (and be drunk). While I can’t say much about the operators or their team, as I haven’t experienced it first hand, what I have observed (and I have many times sitting leisurely by banks of the river) is that even if the operating team is genuine, the ignorance and unwillingness of the tourists on the raft makes it a difficult task for the team to manage them and in event of an accident, impossible to control.

So, remember to be a responsible tourist.

Once the rafting is over, do enjoy a bowl of steaming hot maggi and coffee right at the riverbank.

Undoubtedly, Rishikesh rafting is fun and an experience of lifetime. Just a few precautions and you are good to go J

Tip 5 – Do Due Diligence & Choose The Right Rafting Operator

Gwen Stephens Jones, an avid globetrotter, expresses;

Happy to share my experience, as I used to work for a raftng company in Sri Lanka, so I noticed the difference between a legitimately safe operator in Rishikesh Vs a company flouting every single internationally recognised safety guideline going – if the company isn’t offering a safety briefing pre-trip, their raft guide not wearing not wearing shoes or helmets, companies taking young children on grade 3 or above rapids or operating without a safety kayaker. It’s true that all adventure sports come with inherent risks, but if the above are also part of a company’s culture, then it’s downright negligent.

Archana Singh blogs at Blog: www.travelseewrite.com

Rishikesh will always be special for me when it comes to Rafting as this was the place where I first rafted. It seemed to be great fun and above all very economical. But having done rafting in different parts of the world, all I can say is, it isn’t handled in a professional way. Even in India, I would rate rafting in Zanskar safer and more professional.

Bhawna Grover, Content Head at Goibibo and a travel enthusiast, hula hoop trainer and a doting mom says:

I did rafting in Rishikesh with my flatmates in 2012. An all girls gang! And though we were all super excited to do this as it was our first adventure activity, we didn’t think much before taking the plunge. However, after doing adventure sports in foreign countries and seeing their safety measures, rafting in Rishikesh is very-very risky. It runs more on faith than anything else. Yes, you wear life jackets but that’s about it. When there are rapids, one does get scared. Hands get tired of rowing and you have no control. Also you are sitting on the edge without any support or harness or anything tied to you. You could fall anytime if you’re not alert or don’t follow instructions.

There have been several accidents and deaths in the past.

Ishani Sawant, A Mountain Athlete, Adventure Consultant working in Risk management and safety for adventure programs, says:

Go with a recognised adventure travel operator as there have been many casualties due to any tour operators who can put up rafting trips. It’s important that you have good guides and the river has massive flow.

Rafting in Rishikesh Cost

Rishikesh rafting charges are somewhere between Rs 500 to Rs 1000 per person based on the level chosen. If you book complete package with Rishikesh camping and rafting then costs may be higher.

Susmita Mukherjee strongly advocates against rafting in Rishikesh and her organization Alpaviram is currently trying to connect the adventure sports authority of Uttarakhand to help crackdown on the issue.

“Not safe. Every year rafters die owing to carelessness. Govt has ordered a strict ban on rafting without permits; locals continue to flout laws to make a quick buck in the season. Have seen a terrified young man get injured on the rocks while cliff diving, part of the rafting experience. Instead of helping, the ‘guides’ were laughing at him.”

Still, no one cares, no one takes a note, rules are flouted openly, kids run the show, and safety norms are thrown into the deep water. Sad but true state of affairs.

Let me wrap up all about Rishikesh rafting with thoughts from Antarik Anwesan who blogs at On Second Thoughts & collates his experiential travel stories. He has widely travelled across India and abroad, and shares:

I have done rafting in Rishikesh in 2011 and in 2017 with the same reputed company (Adventure Trails India- Camp Ganga Riviera). I have stayed in campsites that cost Rs. 3500 per night and also ones that cost 1000-1200 per night (including rafting). There is obviously a huge difference.

The thing with adventure sports is that, there is definitely risk involved. You are made to sign the indemnity bond before you take part in any activity. But there are some companies which actually care about your safety, and some don’t. No one wants to kill you or be part of an accident, but that is definitely possible. The forces of nature need to be respected and those who don’t are going to be in trouble sooner or later. So safety measures both from organizers/guides and tourists is important.

You can do rafting in Rishikesh at just Rs.400 for the basic 12-16 km stretch- that’s the one most people take part in. Including children and old people (my relatives did it)- it’s quite safe as long as you follow your guide’s instructions. Sometimes the cheap cost does raise questions regarding the safety though. It’s always better to go with major companies who might charge a bit more but will atleast have experienced people to guide you.

I got a guide last year who was one of the key rescue operators during the Kedarnath floods– definitely a highly experienced guide. The guides ask you not to panic, they ask you to keep rowing even when huge waves are crashing on your raft- these might sound difficult but they know those waters and do their best to keep you safe. If you don’t follow their instructions, chances are you will be in trouble. The first time I went rafting, we were in the middle of a major rapid and one of my friends got too scared and stopped rowing. The raft overturned and we were all in water. Within seconds the guide had pulled us all back on the raft to safety.

But there are several companies operating with inexperienced guides or even just cramping huge groups of people without caring too much about safety.

Then there is the other aspect- the tourists. I remember my campsite owner specifically telling me not to let anyone in the group get drunk the previous night in case we want to raft in the morning. They don’t let people raft if they think one is hungover. But I doubt most other companies in Shivpuri do it because all they care about is getting the max number of people, give basic food and stay services, and get done with the rafting asap. People do flock to these cheap operators because well, they are cheap. They don’t want to pay more and go with ‘experienced’ companies but in case something goes wrong they would put the entire blame on the operator. If you were too lousy enough to not research well and raft with any random company, can you really put the blame on them if something is wrong?

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To Conclude:

Final decision to raft or not to raft is absolutely yours, so is your life’s responsibility.

As it hasn’t happened to you; it shouldn’t bother you – one needs to rethink about it.

Life is better when you’re wet and wild!

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Useful Information & Rishikesh River Rafting Safety Tips

Ganga Valley Adventure Rishikesh give Useful Information for Rishikesh rafting Travelers. Whether you are travelling alone or with your family and kids, Rishikesh offers an opprtunity for everyone. A total of 13 exciting river rapids cover in Rishikesh Rafting like – Sweet Sixteen (Grade-1), Hilton and Terminator (Grade-2), Three Blind Mice (Grade-3), Cross Fire (Grade-3), Roller Coaster (Grade-4), Golf Course (Grade-4), Wall, Daniel’s Dip ¤ Double Trouble, T-Off, Club House, Black Money along the Ganges await you to take you on some of the most wonderful rafting expeditions.

River Rafting Season in Rishikesh : 1st September to 30th June.

Rafting allow only above 14 to under 50 year complete physically/Mentally fit, any under treatment, Fracture etc. Rafting not allowed.

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ALOK RAI – NDTV It was my first camp at rishikesh and we really enjoyed the experience.Thanks a lot to Ganga Valley Adventure and your entire team for making our stay a pleasurable one. We really enjoyed the food, staying and fantastic river rafting with raft guide Kushal. Having Maggi at cliff jumping spot was best part of this rafting

SANJAY ANCHAL – INDIA TODAY GROUP It is excitement, adventure and really awesome. Everything was perfect rafting, waterfall, staying, food etc. A very good experience, which you should feel every year (at least once in life time). We have decided to arrange similar trip every year. Thanks to Pramod and team for such a wonderful arrangement. Just FANTASTIC.

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA – UK It was really a lot of fun camping at Rsihikesh. Ganga Valley Adventure team took good care of us. Though medical facilities are not available at the campsite, when we needed medical assistance, a doctor was called in immediately. We are really thankful for all the facilities and services made available at the camp.

Rishikesh River Rafting Camping Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Q1: Best Time for river rafting in Rishikesh. ?
A: Rishikesh open for tourist around the year, but best time for river rafting in rishikesh September end to mid-November and March ends to 1st week of june. Favorable weather for rishikesh river rafting seekers during these two periods.

Q2 : Is river rafting available in Rishikesh.?
A: Yes, river rafting is operational in Rishikesh throughout the year except for monsoons time(July to mid-September). Every year rafting closed in 30th June.

Q3 : Whats is the cost of River Rafting in Rishikesh?
A: Rishikesh river rafting Cost ranges from Rs. 300 to Rs 1500 per person as per selected river rafting stretch.

Q4 : Best Rapids For River Rafting In Rishikesh?
A: The rapids are classified from Grade 1 to 4, based on the level of difficulty in manoeuvrability.
Rapids Grade: 1 – Easy navigation across mild streams. Almost no risk involved.
Rapids Grade: 2 – Holds notably apart obstacles or rocks and proffers easy maneuver.
Rapids Grade: 3 – Reasonably adventurous rapids and require good judgment.
Rapids Grade: 4 – These rapids are strong enough to tumble the raft.
Rapids Grade: 5 – Dangerous rapids. Strictly for experts.

Q5 : Rishhikesh River Rafting distance or How many stretches of river rafting available in Rishikesh?
A: Currently open 4 stretch of Rishikesh river rafting depending on rapids.
• 9 km river rafting stretch from Brahmpuri to Nim Beach/Ramjhula
• 16 km river rafting stretch from Shivpuri to Nim Beach/Ramjhula
• 24 km river rafting stretch from Marine Drive to Nim Beach/Ramjhula
• 30 km river rafting stretch from Byasi to Ramjhula

Q6 : What is the minimum age limit for river rafting?
A: 14 years minimum age limit rishikesh river rafting set by Ganga Nadi Rotation Samiti (Rishikesh Rafting Samiti).

Q7 : Is river rafting safe for non swimmers?
A: Yes, river rafting is safe for nonswimmer person as offer Lifeguard jacket, helmet, knee guard, and elbow guard is provided for the safety. In case of raft flip do not panic, all guides are properly trained to handle adverse situations and rescue rafter from drowning.

Q8 : The names of major rapids in Rishikesh
A: Black Money (Grade 1), Sweet Sixteen (Grade 1), Good Morning (Grade 1), Body Surfing (Grade 1), Club House (Grade 2), Initiation (Grade 2), Double Trouble (Grade 2), Hilton (Grade 2), Terminator (Grade 2), Shivpuri Rapid (Grade 2+), Three Blind Mice (Grade 3), Cross Fire (Grade 3), Roller coaster (Grade 3), Golf Course (Grade 3), Return to Sender (Grade 3), Daniel’s Dip (Grade 3+) and The Great Wall (Grade 4).

Q9 : Camping safe in Rishikesh?
A: Yes, camping in Rishikesh is safe. Flow Camp guideline and avoid is a late-night walk in the nearby camping areas.

Q10 : December a good time to visit Rishikesh?
A: Yes, Rishikesh can be visited throughout the year. December is weather Time of Rishikesh, many of tourist come in Rishikesh.

Q11: What is famous places in Rishikesh for shopping?
A: Rishikesh main market is near Triveni Ghat area, popular places for shopping for tourist like Laxman Jhula Market, Ram Jhula Market, Swarg Ashram Market and Tapovan Market.

Q12: Is there snowfall in Rishikesh?
A: Does Rishikesh have snow?, there is no snowfall in rishikesh. Normally snowfall is on above 2000 meters altitude in winter.

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