ADVENTURE TOUR PACKAGES
Traveling in Rishikesh (Uttarakhand) can be the ultimate adventure. Furthermore it's geographical diversity which allows for a wide range of trips to be planned from Trekking on Himalayan ranges, Rafting on Ganga or onto Jeep Safari in Our trips are designed to allow one to sample a small range of this diversity.
 
Dining is a unique experience here. As an option, You can dine outdoors at various spots around the property and be exclusively served. The beachside is perfect place to sit around the camp fire at night or just laze around during the day. varied recreational facilities are available from forest walk and trek to waterfalls, rapelling, rock-climbing, river crossing and rafting.
 
River Rafting
Shivpuri, the river rafting capital of India, also known as the Macca for rafters. Its a dream place for exciting opportunities for the water sports lover. The beautiful sight of river Ganga has attracted the adventure to the challenging sports of Rafting.. .... More

Trekking Tour
The Garhwal is one of the frequently visited areas in the Himalayas. It lies between the Punjab to the West and the Nepal Himalayas to the East. This is one area in the Himalayas, which has something to offer to all the mountaineers, the trekkers, the naturalist and the photographer. As Garhwal houses some of the holiest of Hindu shrines, it attracts millions of pilgrims every year from all over the Indian sub-continent. ...More


Jungle Walk/ Wildlife Safari

Undertake a drive to Chilla for a wonderful wildlife expedition. Watch some of the rarest animal species. Also enjoy jungle walks/ nature walks and to experience the natural beauty that the area has been blessed with....More
 
 Pilgrimage Tour
Not too much is known about the history of chardham destinations. At first, the word 'chardham' was used to refer to the India's most popular pilgrimage circuit - Puri, Rameshwaram, Dwarka and Badrinath. These important pilgrimage destinations were grouped together into a religious circuit by the 8th centruy reformer and philospher Shankaracharya (Adi Sankara). Since Badrinath was the last visited in the circuit and the most significant, it began to be called 'chota chardham'. Initially, the chota chardham was regularly visited and wandered by ascetics and religious professionals. After the 1962 Indo-China war, the chota chardham became more accessible with drastic improvement in the infrastructure for Himalayan expansionism.....More

Yoga & Meditation Classes

Your morning at Shivpuri will start with yoga and relaxation sessions. Follow the instructions of the yoga and meditation experts and learn the techniques of the art. Yoga in India is becoming more and more popular with tourists each passing day. Attending these yoga and meditation sessions will help you get a balanced and fit body as well as soothe the mind. ..More
 
Camping
Indo Ganga holidays have camp accommodation in the mountains as well as by the riverside. The camps are situated in such areas which provide serene environment and also gives one an opportunity to indulge in activities in around the camp... More

Tips for River Rafting/ White Water Rafting

It is expected that many of you are on your first rafting trip. The adventure of river rafting can be fun and game if you follow a few safety rules and keep some important tips in mind. A few hours of professional training can also make you a good rafter. While you are at Rishikesh enjoying your river rafting or white water rafting trip, try to remember and follow the following tips. These tips, if adhered to properly, can make your adventure trip of rafting even more exciting and enjoyable.

Rafting is a sport that you enjoy while sitting down. So, you don't necessarily need to be in a tiptop shape. What actually counts is the adequate strength in you upper arm and the shoulder.

During summertime (which is the main season for river rafting in Rishikesh), the suitable rafting gear includes wetsuit, life jacket, nylon shorts, tennis shoes/ sandals and a hat. In case, you are rafting during autumn or springtime, you'll need some additional clothing.
 
Remember to carry dry bags to safely store some personal items that you might bring during the trip. However, it is advised that you avoid carrying things like wallet, car keys and mobile phones on a rafting expedition.
Also carry with you other essentials including sunscreen, sunglasses and a camera. You causally get yourself disposable water-resistant cameras for the purpose. For the rest like pump, cargo nets and patch kit, you need not worry, as the travel assistant will get it done all for you.

Your are advised also to dress in layers, so that you don't face any difficulties adding or removing articles. Remember to dress up in synthetic materials including wool and polyester. This will keep your body warm during the river rafting trip.
While you are setting off on your rafting adventure, don't forget to take along necessary medications, if any. These medications may include inhalers, bee sting kits, insulin etc.

To acquire more rafting skills, you are suggested to sign up for a multi-day trip. This way you can learn the technical skills of the adventure sport and can also enjoy a high grade rafting trip during your holiday.
 


Travelers and adventure lovers can also get themselves enrolled for short-duration rafting courses. Spending a few hours for a couple of days under professional guidance can turn you into a much skilled rafter.
 

Things to Carry

For Traveling - Try to be as light as possible. 
Torch (optional)
Common Medicine (Crocin, Disprine etc.)
Prescribed Medicine (BP, Diabetes and Asthma)  
Mobile + Charger
Toiletries.
Warm Clothes (Nov to Feb)
Shoes for trekking.  
T- Shirt, Bermuda & Floaters for rafting