Leh Ladakh River Rafting

leh Ladakh River rafting trips

In Ladakh the Indus River, is popularly nicknamed as the Singhe Khababs (out of Lion’s mouth). The River Indus is the main juncture for river rafting in Ladakh with other tributaries, streams, and water falls of valleys. The River Indus and the most of streams flows across the north west to the south east, passing through Ladakh and flows into Pakistan where it joined Shayok and Suru to become major historical Indus River.

Since its initiation Ladakh has been the focal point of adventure travelers to enjoy a host of adventure sports, with Leh Ladakh river-rafting being the ultimate challenge for the adventure seekers. The white-water rafting on the Indus and Zanskar Rivers are probable from near the beginning July to September. The most excellent stretch for river rafting Leh in India is between Spituk and Saspol on the Indus. Upstream of Spituk is the easiest stretch on the Indus, up to Karu. Karu is an idyllic consign for necessary training of starters in this adventure sport.

However for the beginner, the river rafting in Leh offers the unique thrill of three-hour rafting between Hemis to Choglamsar, Phey to Nimu, or Upshi to Leh, and slightly longer trips from Nimu to Alchi. To accept the challenge of the nature dare for a two-day run that starts at Phiyang; pass through Nimu, Basgo and Alchi to reach Khaltse. If you are a professional rafting individual and is seeking some audacious jaunt than there are spectacular runs through deep gorges and chasms.

The most difficult rafting route declared by Ladakh rafting association is the exceptional yet exciting river run on the Zanskar between Padum and Nimu. This river rafting involves several days of rafting through captivating countryside, gorges, and camping out in the open. Only trained participants should attempt these runs, as the water can get rough in this region.

Notification : - Leh River rafting packages in these areas should be prearranged only through certified and trustworthy tour operators with superior rescue back-up and treatment facilities.

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