Are you bored of visiting the same destinations every year? Would you like to experience an adventure of a lifetime? We present you with an unparalleled opportunity to explore three magnificent rivers of North India.

Brahmaputra, Zanskar and Ganges are as different from each other as night and day. Those with a mighty appetite for adventure can choose a long journey along the river Brahmaputra, uninhabited but for wild animals. Less experienced folks who would still like to experience the thrill of whitewater rafting may choose the river Ganges, and also visit some of Hinduism’s holiest places.


Brahmaputra River

Day 1: Flight from Delhi to Dirbrugarh

Day 2: Ferry to Pasighat

Day 3: Drive through Adi villages, overnight at camp

Day 4: Drive to Tuting, overnight at camp

Day 5: Rest day, hike up to Jedu, safety briefing about rafting and rescue techniques, overnight at Tuting

Day 6: Start rafting, Tuting to Pango

Day 7: Pango to Cherring

Day 8: Cherring to Alubadi

Day 9: Alubadi to Geku

Day 10: Relax day at Geku, hike to nearby village

Day 11: Raft to Rotung

Day 12: Raft from Rotung to Pasighat

Day 13: Drive to board ferry for Dibrugarh

Day 14: Board flight for Delhi


Zanskar River

Day 1: Flight to Leh or Srinagar

Day 2: Drive to Kargil

Day 3: Kargil to Rangdum

Day 4: Rangdum to Remala

Day 5: Raft from Remala to Karsha, hike to Karsha gompa

Day 6: Raft to Honia/Pidmo

Day 7: Drive back to Kargil

Day 8: Drive back to Leh/Srinagar

Day 9: Flight back to Delhi


Ganges River

Day 1: Overnight train from Delhi to Haridwar

Day 2: Drive from Haridwar/Rishikesh to Deoprayag, raft to Beas Ghat

Day 3: Raft towards Kaudiyala, camp before Daniel’s dip rapid

Day 4: Raft through ‘Wall”, camp after long ‘Three Blind Mice’ rapid

Day 5: Raft through ‘Roller Coaster’ and ‘Golf Course’ rapid, overnight at Rishikesh

Day 6: Drive back to Delhi

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