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River Rafting Trips

Rafting is fun and adventurous. Whitewater Rafting is the most popular rafting trips of Summiters spread in various locations of Karnataka. Our whitewater rafting adventures are designed and performed in the most challenging conditions and best quality equipment.

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Around Chikmagalur

Bhadra white water rafting experience in Chikmagalur’s most magnificent river, Bhadra river, is just off near one of the top 8 dense forests of the world, 30 kilometres of Kudremukh National Park and 10 kms from Magundi. A river that vibrates with frothy white rapids at the onset of the monsoon. This is monsoon rafting only which is ideal for rafting from June till October hence when all rivers are flooded, this river is ideal for rafting otherwise during summer its merely a stream one can walk through. Bhadra river rafting is considered as one of the best and scenic whitewater rafting sections of south India. Following are details & trips..

Activity : Seasonal
Grade : 3 – 4 with Rapids
Duration of activity : 1 Hour

Distance :
350 km from Bengaluru, KA
Additional Cost : INR 1200/-

Route : Bangalore – Nelamangala – NH 48 Hassan – Belur - Kottigehara – Balur – Balehole - Magundi – Bhadra Whitewater Rafting

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3 Days & 2 Nights

Netravati Trek

Chikmagalur district - Karnataka

Hike among the gorgeous Netravati Hills!

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3 Days & 2 Nights

Kudremukha Trek

Kudremukha - Karnataka

Face to Face with Horse Face.

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3 Days & 2 Nights

Kurinji kallu Trek

Chikmagalur district - Karnataka

Experience the Floral Fantasies

Around Udupi

Sita river rafting has been ranked among the world’s best rain forest white water rafting. River rafting in Sitanadi has been a famous Rafting destination to national and international tourists and adventure lovers. River Sita forgoes it's course of over 70 kms, to offer one of the most exciting and thrilling white water rafting experiences of southern India. Hebri is at the foot of Agumbe in the western Ghats, with scenic beauty of ever green forests which gets highest rainfall across the year. Sita river flows through Someshwara wildlife sanctuary in Hebri and is home for some of the endangered species like King Cobra. Following are details & upcoming trips..

Activity : Seasonal
Grade : 3 – 4 with Rapids
Duration of activity : 1 Hour

Distance :
400 km from Bengaluru, KA
Additional Cost : INR 1200/-

Route : Bangalore – Nelamangala – NH 48 Hassan – Sakleshpur – Belthangadi– Karkala – Hebri - Someshwara - Sitanadi Whitewater Rafting

Around Dandeli

Dandeli located at the Northern tip of Karnataka is bestowed with the lush green forests and lies on the banks of the Kali river. Known for its scenic tourist spots and many fantastic adventure opportunities, water sports especially for white water rafting. The periodic release of water from the Supa dam hydroelectric project makes rafting still thrilling and enjoyable. White Water Rafting can be done until the end of October to May. Following are details & upcoming trips..

Activity : Seasonal
Grade : 3 – 4 with Rapids
Duration of activity : 1 Hour

Distance :
470 km from Bengaluru, KA
Additional Cost : INR 1200/-

Route : Bangalore – NH4 Tumkur – Dharwad - Haliyal - Dandeli - Kali Water Rafting.

Around Coorg

A rafting experience is one heck of experience if you are planning for a trip in Kodagu. Water rafting undertaken by Barapole creates a longlasting experience for family, groups and friends which happens to last long. Best time to visit is in monsoon from June to October. A rafting experience is one heck of experience if you are planning for a trip in Kodagu. Water rafting undertaken by Barapole creates a longlasting experience for family, groups and friends which happens to last long. Best time to visit is in monsoon from June to October. Following are details & upcoming trips..

Activity : Seasonal
Grade : 3 – 4 with Rapids
Duration of activity : 1 Hour

Distance :
400 km from Bengaluru, KA
Additional Cost : INR 1200/-

Route : Bangalore – Mysore – Hunsur - Nagarhole Forest (Reserve Forest Route opens from 6am to 6pm, otherwise head to Gonikoppal) – Kutta – Srimangala - T. Shettigeri - Tata Tea Estate - KKR Junction – Barapole water Rafting

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can non-swimmers still go rafting?
Everyone who steps into a rafting boat goes with an approved life jacket which will keep you afloat if you fall into the river. So it is okay to go rafting even if you do not know how to swim. Professionally trained instructors will guide you beforehand on what to do if you fall into the river during the rafting session
How safe is rafting?
Rafting is an adventurous sport that involves exciting, wet, wild, thrilling and amazing fun. Yet, just like any other adventure sport would be, there is an inevitable risk involved. If there was no risk in an adventure sport like rafting, there would be no thrill and the sport would not be as enjoyable and exciting. The guides and instructors that would be with you during your rafting experience are expertly trained to manage and minimize any risks that you may come across.
How is grading of rapids done and categorised?
Grading is done accordingly to the water flow, flow of water, river path, Current and river bed. Usually it is termed Grade 2, Grade 3 and Grade 4 and Grade 5.
Grade 3 and Grade 4 is for beginners and are safe. Grade 5 and above is for professionals with expertise

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