To-do list was out, finally checking off, Rafting in the white waters. Excited, all set for the water sport we got into the Gypsy that would take us to the starting point. Sadly, camera’s not allowed but that didn’t affect our excitement much. Wore the safety gears, noted all the necessary instructions, got into the rafts all set to sail. Enrolled for the Level 5 rafting, the first 3 levels went off pretty well while chasing and teasing each others. After, the 3rd level we started feeling the chills as we were all soaked in the river water and the breeze added to our chills. Our rafts slowed down a bit after the 4th level took a break for some hot snacks and tea. But since this was the first time experience for most of us and it had also started drizzling, we cut short the break and moved ahead to avoid sickness. But boy, the fifth level was epic; the raft I was on was about to turn around, but thanks to our guide and his instructions, we saved it. The overall experience was breathtaking.
Next, we visited the Triveni Ghat to experience the Ganga Aarti. The experience here was surreal. The enthusiasm of the saints performing the pooja while it was drizzling, a few other locals and foreigners performing pooja, the tea seller helping us cope up with the weather. And last, but not the least, was a group picture right in front of the Prem mandir. Later, the organizers gave us a little surprise -they had called in for scooters for the next day.