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Yes it is very much safe as long as it is safely executed. We give river running to only those camps that are technically capable of doing so.
And keep a close watch on our vendor's river running practices. In case of even slight negligence on the safety aspects at the river, they will be barred from executing river runs for any future trips.
This rating is based on a number of parameters, captured through the registration process and through periodic evaluation of the facility (camp), and in a long run based on the feedback from the clients. Please be aware that rating has nothing to do with the pricing defined by the vendor for the camp.
We will provide you with tents, sleeping bags/quilts and beds, and all necessary rafting gear.
Usually days are bright and sunny, so no matter what time of the year, you should bring sunscreen, shorts, floaters (no leather shoes). For rafting bring light clothes that soak minimum water. A hand torch is a must. For winters bring in warm clothes specially for the evening.
In rafting day trips there is 'ready to move in' tent accommodation, and we do rafting for a couple of hours. On the other hand rafting expeditions are multi day rafting trips in which there are no fixed camps, all the gear and logistics needed for survival (like dome tents, kitchen, sleeping bags, personal belongings) are carried in cargo rafts along with other rafts.
The daytime is mainly dominated by rafting, and by evening everyone gets involved in pitching up the camp for the overnight stay, which is generally in an isolated beach on the banks of the river. Next morning the camp is folded up and we continue further in the river.
The difficulty of a river is classified on a scale of I to VI with I being very easy and VI unrunnable. Normally rivers are classified on normal moderate water flows but during times of high water river, difficulty levels can be increased. We recommend a Class III river for beginning rafters and a Class IV river for experienced rafters looking for more action. Class V river trips are reserved for highly experienced /expert rafters.
In all our river trips we use self-bailing white water rafts for maximum fun and excitement. Each of the 4-8 passengers has a paddle to help power and maneuver the raft while the guide steers and directs the crew. On high water trips or for passengers with special needs, an oar raft where the guide rows the boat, may be used.
As per the law (that we adhere to) age limit is minimum 14 years on all stretches except float trips (grade II and below), where it may be relaxed to 10 years. Generally, just about anyone in reasonable health and fitness can go rafting. There is no maximum age although anyone over 60 should be in good health and perhaps consult with your physician if you have any concerns. If you are pregnant, extremely overweight, or have back or heart problems, we do not suggest you for raft.