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January 06, 2018 11:53AM
If you enjoy adventure http://www.teamgoldenknightsshop.com/Nicolas-Hague-Jersey/ , river rafting is the right thing for you. The never-ending thrill in the untamed rivers is exciting for the ones with a sporty spirit. Just pack your bags with a few essentials and get, set, go on a river rafting trip!

The rivers in the Himalayas are among the best spots for river rafting. The rapid waves of the river crash into the rocky banks leaving the water foaming and swirling for rafters. These rivers are apt for both amateurs and professionals. The most popular river rafting sites include Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir, the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttaranchal, the Beas River of Himachal Pradesh and Teesta River in Sikkim.

However, the most famous place for river rafting is on the Alaknanda River in Hrishikesh. It is the most easily accessible river rafting stretch from Delhi. Drive to Rishikesh, further north to Devprayag, where the Alaknanda River and Bhagirati River combine to form the Ganges. Further North is Rudraprayag, where the Alaknanda and Mandakini Rivers combine. The river rafting at Alaknanda consists of an approximately 130 km long stretch from Rudraprayag to Shivpuri near Rishikesh in Uttaranchal, India.
Travel operators organize special tours for rafters. Prices are generally reasonable and include food http://www.teamgoldenknightsshop.com/Nate-Schmidt-Jersey/ , equipment, lifejackets, helmets, an expert guide, and accommodation. As long as you are above 14, you can book a river rafting trip. For basic trips, which pass through quieter waters, it isn?t even necessary to know swimming, although those who can?t swim may not be allowed on certain stretches of the river. Expectant mothers and those who suffer from epilepsy or other serious ailments are not allowed.
The best time to go river rafting is in the months of August and September when water levels are lower and more manageable. Spring or early summer is also a suitable time for river rafting. However, summers can be a little unsafe for novices as the monsoon brings heavy rain to the lower reaches of the Himalayas and the melting snows in the mountains result in higher waters in all of the rivers.
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