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The charming behind River Rafting also referred, as White Water Rafting is the utmost and never-ending thrills in the wild rivers. For all those who are ready to fight the tide can go for Rafting in India. The rivers in the upper Himalayas are among the best in the world for river rafting sports, with many stairway rapids that challenge the body and spirit of the river runner. The snow of the Himalayas melts down and flows fiercely in to the rivers, thereby proving to be perfect for the rafting lovers .The river cuts against the rocky banks, crash into rocks, crevices and breaking into white water rapids, foaming, swirling, and falling in a thunderous din. India has a wide range of river rafting regions, which suits both amateurs and professionals. Being one on one with the gush of the currents and the luxuriant waters gives the rafters an 'ultimate' experience.

India has so many places where you can enjoy your adventure with river rafting. India has a battalion of rivers and abundance of locations that are perfect for white water rafting.

River Rafting In Ladakh
The most famous rafting regions include Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir, the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttaranchal, the Beas River of Himachal Pradesh and Teesta River in Sikkim. The rafting trip can be started off from the options available on the Indus River and its major tributaries. The best stretch for professionally guided runs in white water is on the Indus between Spituk and Saspol. Beyond Saspol, the river becomes difficult and running it requires technically skilled participants and careful organization.
White Water River Rafting On Zanskar River
The most challenging and breathtaking white water rafting option is on the Zanskar River, along its dramatic course through the gorge in the Zanskar mountains, between Padum and Nimo regions. This river course is suitable only for well-organized white-water expeditions, prepared for several days for river running and camping in the absolute wilds of Zanskar region.
River Rafting On The Ganges
Ganges River has always remains a secret for explorers and full of surprises for the rafters. Ganga near Rishikesh in Uttaranchal is a popular spot for white water rafting. The Whitewater River rafting stretch of the Ganges is from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh where the river has 12 major rapids over 36-kms long, most of which are easily negotiable and some require our expertise.
River Rafting In Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh’s snow rivers offer enormous opportunities for the challenging sport of rafting. The rivers Chandrabhaga in Lahaul, the Satluj near Shimla, the Ravi near Chamba and the Beas near Kullu offer immense white water rafting possibilities. There are tremendous river running expedition oppurtunities between Shamshi and Aut on the Beas. The 20-km stretch has exciting and extreme white water rapids.
River Rafting On Teesta River
River Teesta of Sikkim give the most challenging invitation to the rafters in the eastern Himalayan region. Teesta provides a series of white water rapids with various intensities at regular intervals. Meandering down the rough and rugged mountain river, one can savour a blend of nature and adventure.
River Rafting On Brahmaputra River
The mighty Brahmaputra cascading down the heights of huge beauty across Tibet into the north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh is an exciting experience for the rafters. Though inaccessible, the region is the ultimate destination a rafter can look for.