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02 Days Self Supported White Water Rafting Mini Expedition on the Ganga

Now experience white water rafting in its truest form. This expedition is completely self supported. The total distance covered in the span of 02 days of rafting is about 36 Kms. All luggage and camping gear would move with the participants in a classic expedition style, and camp would be established by the team at suitable isolated beaches.

This is a trip for people who look for some raw adventure, within a time span of 2 days, which can be done over a weekend.


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

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Region UTTARAKHAND
Location Kaudiyala to Rishikesh
Duration 2 days
Pickup - Drop Point Kaudiyala - Rishikesh
Difficulty EASY
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Itinerary
Day 1: Rishikesh to Kaudiyala by road. Kaudiyal to Gullar.
Arrive at Kaudiyala (about 38 kms from Rishikesh) in morning. After breakfast, all gear to be taken on the expedition is sorted out, and packed in dry bags along with other camping gear and rations. Securing everything on the cargo raft, the expedition embarks on the journey which takes them through Class III+ rapids such as "Daniel's Dip", and "Wall". Post afternoon the camp is setup on an isolated beach, and all the participants have to lend a hand in the setting up of tents, bonfire and other miscellaneous activities.
Day 2: Gullar to Rishikesh
After a nourishing breakfast, all the gear is again strapped on the raft, and the journey continues. Today the participants would run the best section of the Ganges, facing rapids such as Roller Coaster and Golf Course. The expedition would finish near Rishikesh, from where the participants can depart for their return journey.

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