The towns covered in this package are not only the spiritual hubs of the world but are also well known for its adventure sports activities. The overall duration of this Rafting with Wildlife Tour Package will cover a number of fun spots which are meant for family outings. From attending the riverside aarti to going for a fun and adrenaline pumping rafting on the seas this trip ensures you have a wholesome and a memorable time.
- Exciting river rafting
- Wildlife safari in Rajaji national park
- Scenic drive on the hills
- Ganga aarti experience
- Camping on river side
Day 1 :Arrival in Delhi
Your trip will kick start with your arrival in Delhi during the evening. Here our tour representative will take you to a hotel where you will be checked in for a wholesome dinner meal and an overnight stay.
Day 2 :Haridwar – Rishikesh
Post breakfast you will be taken to Haridwar via Train. After your arrival in Haridwar, you will be immediately taken to your hotel and checked inconveniently. After checking in, you will spend some leisure and relaxing time before proceeding towards a local sightseeing tour of Haridwar.
Being a holy and one of the most sacred towns for Hindus you will be taken for a holy dip in the River Ganga. You will then be taken to Mansa Devi temple for performing puja rituals and offering prayers to goddess Mansa Devi who is an incarnation of goddess Shakti.
Then you will be taken to Chandi Devi Mandir, which is situated atop Neel Parbat and is a sight to behold. Considered as one of the most important Siddh Peeth, this temple sees a huge number of visitors on a daily basis.
After a temple sightseeing tour around the locality, you will proceed towards Rishikesh where you will be attending the Ganga Aarti.
Your day will conclude with you being taken to your hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 3 :Shivpuri Camp
After having a fulfilling breakfast in the morning you will be preceded towards Shivpuri. You will then be checked into your riverside camps. Later in the day, you will be taken for an adventurous time. You will be taken on river rafting trip on the wild water. The experienced guides will make sure you are safe and sound throughout the journey. You will also be given a detailed briefing about the rafting journey.
After a thrilling and adventurous rafting trip, you will be taken back to your camps where you will spend the remainder of the evening enjoying each other’s company and relaxing your time away.
Finally, your day will conclude with a delicious dinner by the bonfire followed with an overnight stay inside the camp.
Day 4 :Shivpuri
After having a wholesome breakfast meal, you will be headed to experience some of the most exciting rapids of the mighty River Ganga like Micky, Roller Coaster, Golf Course etc. there will be a short stopover at the Neem Beach, from where you will be taken back to your camp. Finally, after the fun rafting trip, you will be taken back to your camps where you will be served a delicious dinner meal by the bonfire and an overnight stay at the camps.
Day 5 :Rishikesh
After having a fulfilling breakfast meal, you will start off your journey to Rishikesh. Upon your arrival, you will be checked into your hotel. Afternoon time will be reserved for a local sightseeing trip inside Rishikesh starting from Sivananda ashram.
Sivananda Ashram is a center for yoga and meditation practices. One can attain some peace of mind and calmness by visiting this place. The lush greenery and tranquil ambiance makes this place a must visit for peace seekers and nature lovers alike.
Your next destination will be Bharat Mandir which is one of the most popular temples in Rishikesh. This temple finds its mention in Vishnu Puran, Shrimad Bhagwat and Narsingh Puran making this mandir one of the holiest among Hindu devotees.
Your final destination will be on Triveni Ghat. This is one of the most sacred and famous ghats in Rishikesh. Here the Ganga Aarti takes place with full vigor and sanctity.
You will finally be taken back to your hotel for a fulfilling meal and an overnight stay.
Day 6 :Rishikesh – Chilla (40 mines) – Rishikesh
After having a hearty breakfast meal you will be taken to Chilla which is located at a distance of 20 km. upon arrival, you will be taken to one of the best national park and tiger reserve which is situated near the Himalayan foothills. Spread over an expanse of 820 square km, this national park is home to some of the most exotic birds, range of animals and tigers. You will be taken on a fun elephant ride and go on a national park exploration journey in a jeep safari. This experience will definitely make you come back for more.
Finally, you will be taken back to Rishikesh where you will have a wholesome dinner meal which will be followed with an overnight stay.
Day 7 :Rishikesh – Haridwar – Delhi
Morning in Rishikesh will be reserved for your leisure and relaxing activities. After having a fulfilling lunch in the afternoon you will be transferred to Haridwar railway station from where you will board the train to Delhi.
Day 8 :Departure
This is the day when you will depart onwards to your destination from Delhi.
- Wildlife safari and rafting
- Meals as per itinerary
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Pick up and drop off service
- Sightseeing with a tour guide
- Any expense of personal nature
- Any meals not in the itinerary
- Monument entrance fees, camera charges
- Emergency expense
- Anything not in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.Is rajaji national park worth the visit?
A. Yes. Rajaji national park is worth the visit due to its rich biodiversity and well preserved natural beauty.
Q.What is the average price for river rafting in Rishikesh?
A. On an average, river rafting costs depend on the kilometres, it is 600 rupees per person for 9 kms and 1,000 rupees for 16 kms and so on.
Q.Can kids go for river rafting?
A. Kids over the age of 5 can go for the simple and short rafting experience.
Q.Which is the best month for river rafting in rishikesh?
A. March to June is the best time to go for river rafting experience in Rishikesh.
Q.Can we spot tigers in Rajaji national park?
A. Only if you are lucky since the tiger population at Rajaji national park is very limited.