As we reached the spot from where our 16 km long rafting had to begin, we were geared with life jackets and helmets.Tip: Make sure to tighten the life jackets as hard as possible, to avoid any sorts of accidents.As we descended the mountains, we saw several rafts tied with each other on the ghats... The fierce Ganga flowing with all her aggression. My heart skipped a beat, and there was a sudden rush of adrenaline down my spine. But I knew I had to remove all fears, and this was it!We gradually proceeded towards our raft, and our guide provided us with all the relevant instructions.Me and him decided to sit on the front, to lead the raft! (People sitting on the front edges experience the minute glories of Ganga)And it began.
Camp site to be honest is nothing great you could enjoy some volleyball, or go for a hike from there.(which you could go yourself too)The only plus point is the river nearby in which we had the time of our lives.
Rafting Paradise in Utrakhand
For me, I have mission. Get out of my comfort zone, save as much as I can and then TRAVEL! I get worried while returning from trip. Though the return direction should be back to home but somehow the arrow in my compass doesn’t want to point there. It points another place, some other place. Leave the rest of the World and let’s go on a life time trip, travel till you are alive. I do not want latest phone, do not want luxuries, do not want a big dashing car bla bla bla..I just want my bike and travel. I want to mark my foot prints on each and every place on the map, want to make new friends, visit places I can’t even imagine, explore cultures. The fascinating desires locked in my hearts, I want to open them. Travel Travel Travel My World.
This place is amazing for camping and rafting. It is just 250 kms from Delhi. It is a perfect weekend destination for adventure lovers and you can go for a nature walk. Ganges river is the beauty of this place. Rajaji national park is just a walk away for your camp.