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This is definitely a popular excursion, and rafting trips of varying difficulty can be organized to suit everyone. When the water level is high enough, rafting trips start at The Glenburn Campsite, from the River Rungeet, and join up with the River Teesta further downstream. Our staff will await you at the end of the trip with dry clothes, a picnic and refreshments.

The trip can also be combined with a hike across the Manjitar Suspension Bridge, a short drive to Malli and then a raft trip down the River Teesta. You can also start the rafting from the picturesque Triveni (the confluence of the Rangeet and the Teesta) which you would have looked down upon from the Viewpoint picnic spot on your way here from the airport. This is about an hour's drive from Glenburn.

The rapids along both the rivers are graded between II and IV, and certain sections are only open to swimmers. We use well-trained guides at all times and safety is of the utmost importance to us.

The water tends to be ice cold during the winter month, so this needs to be taken into account when children are rafting. From July to August rafting is just not possible due to the monsoon. There is a supplement charged for River Rafting ranging from Rs 1200 to Rs 2000 per person depending on the size of the group. Minimum Group Size is 2, and Maximum Group Size per raft is 8.
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