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River Rafting & Kayaking
We offer you the complete whitewater wilderness experience with trips ranging from a few hours to a few days expeditioning‚ down some of the premier Himalayan rivers. Short day trips are run from our river beach camp on the Ganga river, SILVER SANDS, with deluxe tented accommodation and the luxuries of a fixed camp. Multi-day expeditions move down the river with all the equipment required loaded onto the rafts and different camps pitched every evening. We also offer perfectly blended rafting-cum-trekking‚ trips for those who don’t want to miss out on the local culture and people. We customise trips to suit your special interest and time schedule. For people interested in kayaking, we can offer help with information, transport and equipment.
Learn to Kayak
at the Aquaterra Adeventures Kayak School
Many of us may have seen kayaking, either on a river trip, or on the television – its looks exciting, a big rapid, a colourful kayaker weaving a path through the waves and all the randomness of white water. You may have wondered, if you could be that person in the kayak, if you could look as graceful and have that much fun, being so much closer to the water than being on a raft.
If kayaking has caught your eye and interest, and now you want to learn how to negotiate rapids and how to surf those waves and holes. Let the Aquaterra Adventures Kayak School show you the ropes, from paddling in a straight line, to negotiating Class 1 & 2 Rapids, to taking the plunge into the tongue of a Class 3 or 4 Rapid.
At the Aquaterra Adventures Kayak School, our instructors have the experience and skill to teach beginners the basics of whitewater and the finer details of paddling skills and new techniques. We have a wide range of kayaks to suit your skill level and body type.
Kayak classes are scheduled upto 4 days. We recommend that you spend at least four days in our school as a first step. The reason for this is that you will have more time to learn and practice the basic skills, and then apply them to moving water.
Learning to kayak is challenging, but the rewards are well worth the effort. Kayaking will help you get some exercise, along with running some fun rapids, and of course keep you in touch with the great outdoors.