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Rishikesh Rafting Guide

Ganga Valley Adventure is a River Rafting Tour Organiser of Rishikesh Uttarakhand, with many years of experience. Particular care has been taken in preparing tours that meet the needs of every section of adventure seeker. Safety, Efficiency and High level instruction is a creed with us.

Ganga Valley Adventure Rishikesh Rafting Guide and complete information bank of river rafting and camping. We offers an opprtunity for everyone in Rishikesh. total of 13 exciting river rapids in river ganga 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.

Enjoy beach camping out in the nature as part of your river rafting tour packages in Rishikesh Uttarakhand. We offer river rafting and beach camping like - Brahmpuri, Shivpuri, Marine Drive, Byasi, Kaudiyala, Devprayag & Rudraprayag.

Best Time (Season): River Rafting & Camping in Rishikesh-
October to May, 30th June Last date for River Rafting in Rishikesh.

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Top 3 Highlight To Visit Rishikesh

Ashrams

For spiritual studies and classes on meditation, you should head straight to the many ashrams in Rishikesh. In any case, you shouldn't miss visiting the popular ones including Sivanand Ashram, Paremarth Niketan, Yoga Niketan and Vithal Ashram among others.

Triveni Ghat

Ganga ghats are highly revered. One of these is the Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh, known for its divinity. You can visit this ghat in the evening when the much popular Ganga Arti is performed here on the banks of the divine Ganges. A must-watch indeed!

Lakshman Jhula

Among many tourist attractions in Rishikesh, the Lakshamn Jhula has its own significant place. Hindus believe that this is the place from where Lakshman (Rama's brother) had crossed the river. Today, it stands in the form of a beautiful suspended bridge.