Every year, adventure junkies, thrill seekers and unsuspecting tourists from India and abroad, travel to go River rafting in Rishikesh on the Ganga. Earlier this year, I was one of those people. Don’t get me wrong – I’m not exactly the thrill seeker, in fact, I’m very risk-averse and wanted to make sure we were safe, without compromising on the experience. River rafting in Rishikesh made me realise the importance of living each moment to the fullest and that life is uncertain. While on a raft, you have absolutely no idea of what may happen next. So here’s a handy guide for what you can expect published by Conde Nast Traveller
Our property is an oasis surrounded by Reserved Forest, and it is a thorough privilege to be so close to nature. If you book, come with the purpose of living in the valley of India’s holiest life force, the Ganga, for the call of the barking deer, or the midnight roar of the leopard ; and for that lovely dull ache after a busy day in the great outdoors. 80% of the property is built on a hillside, and you will have to walk a series of steps to reach your cottage. If your group includes infants, small kids and infirm elders, do request for cottages closer to the Cafe´.
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