River rafting is an outdoor adventure sport; using an inflatable raft to tackle the rough currents of a river with sheer teamwork. It is a popular adventure sport after its introduction in the 1950s. On certain rough rivers, this sport goes from being only an adventure sport into an extreme sport, where experience in rafting matters a lot more. In recent times it is a competitive sport and hosts world rafting championships. River rafting rivers are divided into six classes based on the powerful currents; Class-1 is the easiest and Class-6 is considered the extreme sport.
India has a lot to offer in terms of river rafting. The hilly mountain rivers have a lot of power and the best location for rafting and experience the sport. River Ganges in Rishikesh (Uttarakhand), Teesta in Sikkim and Darjeeling, the Brahmaputra River in Arunachal Pradesh, River Barapole in Coorg (Karnataka), Kundalika river in Maharashtra, Indus River in Ladakh and J&K, Beas river in Kullu-Manali, Dandeli in Karnataka, Alakananda river in Uttarakhand and the Zanskar river in Ladakh are the most famous places to give one the best taste of river rafting tour.
Thus, get there and experience it fully.
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