Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Rishikesh, Uttarakhand Rishikesh is often considered the birthplace of river rafting in India. The Ganges River here offers a range of rapids suitable for all skill levels. The stretch between Shivpuri and Rishikesh is famous for its rapids and scenic beauty.

Zanskar River, Ladakh The Zanskar River in Ladakh offers a challenging and remote rafting experience.  The stunning landscapes and icy cold waters surrounded by towering mountains make this an unforgettable adventure.

Teesta River, Sikkim  Teesta River in Sikkim  provides an exhilarating experience with its turbulent waters and picturesque surroundings. The river has varying levels of rapids, making it suitable for both beginners and experienced rafters.

Beas River, Himachal Pradesh  The Beas River in Himachal Pradesh, particularly around Kullu-Manali, offers exciting rafting opportunities. The river has sections with varying difficulty levels, ensuring a thrilling experience for all.

Barapole River, Karnataka  Located in Coorg, this river is known for its thrilling rapids and lush surroundings.

Bhagirathi River, Uttarakhand  Another popular river in Uttarakhand, the Bhagirathi, offers challenging rapids and stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks. Rafting on this river provides a mix of adventure and natural beauty.

Kundalika River, Maharashtra  Located near Kolad, the Kundalika River is a great destination for river rafting enthusiasts in Maharashtra. The river is dam-controlled, ensuring a consistent flow of water for rafting activities.

Kali River, Karnataka Flowing through dense forests, rafting on the  Kali River provides a  unique adventure in southwestern India.