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Bhagirathi Mini Expedition

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A perfect expedition to undertake if you want to experience the very best of what Bhadirathi and Ganga has to offer. Experience rapid fire of class IV rapids.

The first day is spend to get you ready for the challengs to come in the following days.

The expedition covers lower Bhagirathi gorge (mostly grade III and IV) with rapids like 'Elephant rock', 'The Shoot', 'Sharp S', 'Confluence rapids'.

And on the final day we encounter the best rapids that Ganga has to offer like 'Daniel Dip' and 'The Wall'.


Variations : For extended / truncated versions of this expedition click on Variations tab below.

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Region UTTARAKHAND
Location Bhagirathi and Ganga rivers
Duration 3 days
Pickup - Drop Point Rishikesh to Rishikesh
Difficulty DEMANDING
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Itinerary
Day 1: Rishikesh to Kaudiyala by road. Kaudiyal to Gullar.
Arrive at our beach camp on Ganga. After breakfast head out for a practice run at the Ganga from Marine-Drive to Rishikesh. Overnight stay at the beach camp.
Day 2: Gullar to Rishikesh
Post breakfast depart for Paindas dam by road (a 3 hrs journey). Rafting starts at Pindas dam on Bhagirathi. Today we cover numerious class IV rapids that keep coming as a rapid fire. We pass through Deoprayag, confluence of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi. Overnight camp at Beas Ghat, a few kilometers down the Deoprayag confluence.
Day 3: Gullar to Rishikesh
Today we raft from Beas Ghat to Marine-Drive. An easy day with lots of small rapids, and 2 grade III+ rapids "Daniel Dip" and "The Wall". We finish the trip at Marine-Drive and head back to camp, to continue the journey further.

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