Rafting

Rafting

If you’ve ever been to or heard of Rishikesh, you already have a fair idea of what rafting is like! However, there’s much more to rafting than meets the eye. One of the most extreme adventure sports out there, rafting is a recreational and competitive sport which has more often than not proved fatal. But with adequate precautions and training, the risk involved in this sport becomes absolutely worth it once you’re in that inflatable boat rowing through rough rapids of a fierce river!

Rafting is one of the few adventure sports which is rarely done solo and appreciates teamwork. There are certain sections of rivers which are more dangerous to cross than others, called rapids. Rapids are formed when parts of the river bed have a steeper gradient than other places, causing the water to increase in turbulence and velocity. Rapids themselves have varying classes and the difficulty in manoeuvring a raft increases with increase in the size of the rapids.

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