Region : Northeast India.
White water rafting Spots : Sikkim, Assam
White Water Rafting in Northeast India
White water rafting has become one of the most liked attraction in the
northeast India. In the past few year, it has been accepted by the few state
of northeast India. White water rafting is a later entrant of adventure
sport in the northeastern state of Sikkim in India. The White Water Rafting
is also experienced at the mighty Brahmaputra, passing through the
northeastern states of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
White Water Rafting at Teesta and Rangit
The Teesta and Rangit rivers offer long stretches which are ideal for safe
rafting. Teesta has been graded on the International scale at Grade 4. The
icy cold waters of the rugged Teesta have a series of rapids with changing
intensity and character. Teesta in Sikkim offers one of the finest white
water rafting stretches in the world. Rangit, a tributary of the Teesta, has
more roaring waters and offers a challenge to more experienced and expert
White Water Rafting at Mighty Brahmaputra
Brahmaputra in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam offer a great scope of rafting
for the tourist coming from all over. The abundant water of Brahmaputra with
challenging sections is truly a memorable experience.
Brahmaputra is known as Siang at Arunachal Pradesh. The over roaring white
waters of mighty Brahmaputra cascading down the heights of immense beauty
across Tibet into the north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh is an
exciting experience for the rafters. Though inaccessible, the region is the
ultimate destination a rafter can look for.