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Kaudiyala to Nim Beach Rishikesh

Trip Duration :- 34 km Long Full Day

The stretch of River Ganges from Kaudiyala till Rishikesh offers some of the world's most fun-filled and challenging river rapids.

Among other starting points for a white water rafting expedition in Rishikesh, Kaudiyala happens to be the 4th or the furthest rafting point from Rishikesh. Before you choose to set out sailing along the thunderous rapids of the Ganges here, it is strongly recommended that you seek expert advice from instructors.

Long Full rafting : From Kaudiyala To Nim Beach Rishikesh Rafting along the Ganges river rafting has become one of the best famous adventures known in Rishikesh. Found exactly at the foot of the Himalayas, most of the upper part of Uttarakhand is delegated by famous peaks and glaciers, and it is packed with natural beauty.


600/Per Person

Trip Itnery

Arrive Rishikesh in our office & give you some safety instruction then drive to Kaudiyal ( One Hour ) . Later, start from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh. Today, we hit some of the most exciting rapids on the Ganga i.e. Butter Fly , The Wall , Black Money, Three Blind Mice, Body Surfing, Cross Fire, return to Sender, Roller Coaster, Tea off, Golf Course, Club House, Initiation, Double Trouble . One can make this section more exciting by trying body surfing in many rapids during the stretch . Enjoying the river bank life along the Ganga Arrive Rishikesh. Tour terminates

Ganga River Rapids

All the 19 excellent rapids that fall between Kaudiyala and Rishikesh have been categorized into different classes or grades according to the international grading system. Rapids at Kaudiyala are Grade III rapids and Grade IV. These rapids are termed as 'difficult', as they feature serious obstacles to rafters sailing along. Irregular waves, rocks and many highs await you along this white water stretch of River Ganges. The passage is clear but narrow bringing challenges for adventurers while they navigate the Ganga river rapids. An excellent example of these rapids is 'The Wall', where 9 out of every 10 raft boats flip over.