Shivpuri in Rishikesh

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Shivpuri in Rishikesh

Shivpuri literally translates to Lord Shiva’s abode. It is located 16 kilometers from Rishikesh and serves as the starting point for the rafting course. Shivpuri sees a lot of tourist activity on a daily basis because it is the most popular starting point.

This point is an excellent starting point for your water rafting adventure. Rafting from Shivpuri to LaxmanJhula is a 16-kilometer stretch that covers some of the most exciting Grade III and III+ rapids in just under three hours.

This journey includes rapids such as return to sender, golf course, roller coaster, clubhouse, double trouble, and others. Throughout your rafting adventure, you will come across numerous Ghats, temples, and ashrams.

The expedition would take about 3 hours to complete.

Shivpuri’s ideal season begins in October and ends in mid-June. Shivpuri is ideal for non-swimmers because it has several water patches/recovery pools after the major rapids that ensure your safety even if the raft flips over.

Rafting can be enjoyed in groups of people over the age of 14, including families, college groups, corporate groups, and so on. Shivpuri’s biggest pull is the substantial negation of the risk factor usually involved in the other starting points which is why families prefer it! Shivpuri is always a good place to start if you want to go on an adventurous trip.

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