Nothing like adventure holidays to get your blood pumping, muscles aching, and pride was rising! With a variety of adventure tour packages on offer, you have a broad choice from a broad variety of behavior that will revitalize and thrill you, from skiing to parasailing, white water rafting to rappelling, trekking to bird-watching, hot air ballooning to snorkeling, scuba diving to jet skiing, bungee jumping to rock climbing, kayaking to fishing, and many more! The final burst of adrenaline on your Adventure travel will be cautiously supervised by experts, ensure your safety and guide you through every footstep of your adventure.

White River Rafting is an up-and-coming as one of India’s most in style water adventure sport, which thrills the rider on the wild waters of the rivers. A lot of enthusiast is coming up to know-how this exciting activity concerning rampant water, terrifying rapids, and a boat to take over the foamy water of the river like never before. If you have not experienced this incredible sport before, time to set your bag and get ready to travel around the wonder of white water river rafting in India.
Rishikesh UttarakhandRishikesh, Uttarakhand – Rishikesh is positively one of the most accepted destinations for river rafting in India that attract enthusiasts, both from India and abroad. It is located on the foothills of the Himalayas, in Uttarakhand, and offers the stunning views of Garhwal valleys, surrounding the river. The Ganges here offers medium to rough rapids rated class 3 and class 4 and provide long stretch, which starts from Shivpuri and ends at Lakshman Jhula. The flow of water is pretty high in the Ganges and the rapids in it range from grade 1 to grade 4. Another benefit of doing river rafting in Rishikesh is that one can enjoy the charming view of Himalayan valleys that are covering the Ganges from all the sides.
Indus River, Ladakh, Jammu & KashmirIndus River, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir – River Rafting on the cold water of the Indus River, in Ladakh, is an experience in itself. People from distinct parts of the world; visit this magnificent destination to achieve this spine-chilling adventure sport to give their adrenaline a much desired kick. Rafting at Indus River, which is also branded as ‘Singhe Khababs’ or ‘Out of the Lion’s Mouth’ starts from  (Phey to Saspol) Spitok and continues till Nimmo and from Nimmo to the ancient temple at Alchi with an average grade of 2-3. The toughest route that makes rafting difficult in the Indus River is Alchi to Khalsi, which involves a kilometer long series of rapids.

Teesta River Rafting, Sikkim and Darjeeling – Teesta is the chief river of Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Kalimpong Hill Region and its total length is 309 kilometers. The large stones in and around the waters of Teesta, make it a perfect place for river rafting, especially, the point anywhere the Teesta River meets with Rangit River, creates a fearsome rapid.

Rafting enthusiast can enjoy the exquisite surroundings of this place while riding through a series of rapids with varying intensity, which has been rate at Grade 4. Teesta offer a demanding rafting experience to the riders, with its multi-dimensional rapids that only a knowledgeable rafter could perform. The place is also popular for Paddle Rafting and Oar Rafting that are rare in other destinations.