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Raft+Camp Adventure (1N/2D)
Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India
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Rs. 2,250
Himalayan Travels
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Group Size
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Physical (3)

Cultural (4)

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Per Person
Rs. 2,250
  • 2
  • Duration in Days
  • 10
  • Max
    Group Size
  • 14
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Physical (3)

Cultural (4)

Nature (4)

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  • Trip introduction

    This rafting+camping adventure takes you away from the crowds of Rishikesh to the peace and quiet of a riverside campsite. But the highlight of this trip is the rafting session on the gushing white waters! Battle 16 kms of raging rapids such as Good Morning, Black Money, Return to Sender, Double Trouble, Three Blind Mice, and more. At the end, you'll head to a peaceful stretch where you can try body surfing, cliff jumping and swimming.

    Apart from rafting, you'll camp in cosy tents, explore the waterfall nearby, go for swims in the river, and try out rope bridges and other adventure activities on the campsite. If you're in the mood for some quiet time, take a snooze in a hammock while the sounds of the river soothes you to sleep. Spend your evenings by the cosy bonfire and forget the rest of the world.

    IMPORTANT: There is hardly any cellphone network coverage at this site, and you will be about 30 minutes away from the nearest marketplace. Do come prepared for a complete break from it all!


    This camp is located at a distance of 8 kms from Rishikesh, on the banks of a river, and next to a hill. It provides beautiful views of both, and has charming hammocks, resting spots and common areas to enjoy the peace. There is a 10 minute walk from the roadside to the campsite, along the river, so you can imagine how far you'll be from any manmade sounds and noise pollution. The campsite is equipped with canvas safari tents that are sealed and carpeted to offer you a pleasant stay, as well as a dining tent, and on-site activities like volleyball, cricket, pool table, and more.

    Destination highlights

    • Go river rafting in the Ganges
    • Try your hand at cliff jumping and body surfing
    • Take a break from civilization at this secluded campsite

    Fine print

    Rules on the trip

    The minimum age for a participant to go rafting is 14 years.

    Safety measures are to be followed strictly or else participants may be expelled from camp.

    This is an adventure trip and not a luxury trip. Participants must be willing to rough it out.

    In adherence to strict safety standards, no electricity /fire related articles are permitted inside or near the tents.

    Thre is only self-service at the camp. No room service or any kind of special considerations/ customizations is possible

    No alcohol is supplied/ provided at the campsite.

    It is at the operator's discretion to refuse, without refund, any particpation in adventure activities if it appears that alcohol has been consumed up to 6 hours before the activity.

    Pets are not allowed at the campsite.

    Cancellation policy

    30 days and more: Full refund with no charges.

    16-30 days: 25% cancellation charges of total amount.

    7-15 days: 50% cancellation charges of total amount.

    Less than 7 days: No refund.

    Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions

    All decisions made by the operator are final.

    All bookings are strictly subject to availability.

    All our packages are 'group packages' and the same services and items are applicable for each person in the group.

    Any meal, activity or service not availed by the client will not be adjusted in the package cost.

    The operator reserves the right to alter or cancel any trip depending upon the prevailing condition.

    Weather disruption may at times result in discomfort or unplanned adjustment.

    Trip details

    Pick up point
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    Drop off point
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    Mode of transport
    Start point
    Camp Treepie, Uttarakhand
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    End point
    Camp Treepie, Uttarakhand
    Time of departure
    11:00 AM
    Time of return
    01:00 PM

    Activity Details

    Grade of rapids
    Non-swimmers allowed
    Estimated number of rapids
    Average gradient
    Estimated rafting time/day
    2 hours
    Total rafting distance
    16 kms
    Weight limit
    Type of boat
    NRS boats
  • Day 1: Arrive at riverside campsite

    You will be welcomed at your campsite with a non-alcoholic drink. Check into your tents and relax. A hot lunch awaits you once you settle in. After that, a guide takes you along a wooded path to a waterfall. You can explore the area and enjoy your first taste of being in the midst of nature. Once you get back to the camp, hot tea and snacks await you. Spend your evening enjoying tasty snacks around a bonfire, devour a hot dinner, and then head to bed.

    Day 2: Rafting and departure

    Wake up early to enjoy the misty morning views. After breakfast, pack your belongings and check out. You'll proceed to the start point of the rafting after this, where you'll take on the legendary rapids of the Ganges! Your trip and rafting will end at NIM beach, from where you will make your own arrangements to depart.

    Day 1 - Milestone

    Start point
    Camp Treepie
    End point
    Camp Treepie

    Day 2 - Milestone

    Start point
    Camp Treepie
    End point
    NIM Beach
    Rafting distance
    16 kms
    Total rafting time
    2 hrs
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  • Includes / Excludes

    • One night accommodation in twin sharing safari tents
    • Cots, blankets, bedsheets and pillows
    • One rafting trip of 16 kms with all required equipment
    • Wetsuits during rafting
    • Transfer from campsite to start point of rafting
    • Lunch, evening tea and snacks, veg cocktail snacks during bonfire, and hot dinner on Day 1
    • Tea and breakfast on Day 2
    • Guided trek to waterfall
    • Onsite games such as volleyball, cricket, etc
    • All service taxes
    • Common Indian/Western toilets with running water and flushes
    • To and fro transport to camp
    • Meals during travel
    • Personal expenses
    • Medical insurance
    • Any medical evaluation
    • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
    • Soft drinks, water bottles or snacks
    • Any adventure activity other than rafting

    What to Wear

      What to Wear
    • Comfortable clothes such as track pants and tshrits
    • Good shoes and floaters
    • Pair of slippers to relax
    • Warm jacket
    • Warm socks and monkey cap
      What not to Wear
    • Expensive jewellery/accesories
    • Hard suitcases/luggage
    • Avoid carrying more than one backpack per person as there is a short walk from the road/parking site to the campsite.

    Equipment / Gear

      We Provide
    • Sealed safari canvas tents with cots and bedding
    • Sharing Western and Indian pit toilets some distance away
    • Campfire equipment
    • Barbeque equipment
    • Rafting gear
    • Safety and technical equipment for adventure activities, if needed
      You need to get
    • 2 ltr water bottle
    • Mosquito repellent
    • Sunscreen
    • Cap
    • Torch
    • Camera
    • Sunglasses with a cord
    • Personal toiletries
    • Any additional snacks, juices or beverages if you want

    Medical Kit

    • Please carry specific personal or prescribed medication, personal first-aid kit.
  • Day 1: Arrive at riverside campsite

    Overnight in tents at Camp Treepie

    You'll be staying in sealed canvas safari tents, with two cots, foam mattresses, clean bedsheets, and a polyfill pillow and quilt. Each tent has a carpeted floor to keep you cosy at night. For meals, you will be served in the dining area, and lunch and dinner are buffet-style. In the evening there is a bonfire with vegetarian cocktail snacks served. The campsite is quite far from the nearest marketplace, so if you want extra snacks or beverages, do bring them along with you. Clean drinking wat

    Day 2: Rafting and departure

    Trip ends before nightfall

    Breakfast is served in the dining area, and you'll also have hot tea to warm you up. You'll have to check out after breakfast. Then you'll be transferred to the rafting start point, where you trip begins. Your trip will end at NIM beach, after the rafting is over. The toilets are common, and a little distance away, with both Western/Indian style flushing toilets with running water.


    Evening tea and snacks
    Veg cocktail snacks during bonfire
    Food variations


    Food variations
  • Marker on map shows trip start point.