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Top places for white water rafting in India
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Water Rafting In IndiaWhite water rafting gives you an adrenaline rush and washes your fear. Best part is that anyone can go for white water rafting; you don't necessarily have to know swimming.

The best time for white water rafting in India is between September to November and April to May. We list out the top 7 places for white water rafting in India.

White water rafting in India

1. ) Rishikesh
Rishikesh is the first place that comes to mind for white water rafting in India. The stretch from Rishikesh to Devprayag has different levels of rapids. There are several camps outside Rishikesh that offer white water rafting.

2. ) Ladakh

This place is a challenge for city-dwellers. If adventure runs through your veins, then head to Ladakh for its beauty and white water rafting. Plunge yourself amidst beauty with white water rafting. The best time to visit Ladakh is between June to October. Ladakh has two rivers - Indus and Zanskar that offers different intensity of rapids. Indus is easy while Zanskar will offer a challenging experience.

3. Tons

This river is not for amateurs; Tons river is situated in Uttarakhand's border with Himachal Pradesh. Tons is actually a tributary of Yamuna and offers 3-5 grade rapids.

4.) Kundalika river

White water rafting can be enjoyed by all and is situated in Maharashtra. It makes a great escape for those from Mumbai and Pune. Different adventure-related companies organise white water rafting on the Kundalika river.

5. ) Ganga river

The white water rafting at Ganga is a great way for Delhiits to unwind with friends and family. The setting of the river Ganga also makes a great setting for a family holiday.

6.) Sikkim
Sikkim has two rivers - Teesta and Rangit which are ideal for white water rafting. The season for this adventure sport begins in October to April.

7.) Alaknanda river

Alaknanda river is known to be one of the most challenging and technical rapids you will face. This river is the second largest tributary of Ganga river. The stretch between the Chamoli and Rudraprayag, is a classic river run.

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