Indus Valley Rafting
The Indus River originates from sacred Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar in Tibet. It flows towards India and enters her borders through the region of Skardu in Baltistan. A gentle white-water rafting adventure on the Indus lets you float past some of the most scenic sights along the river. This includes breathtaking views of the canyons in the Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges, and the various monasteries and gompas along the river's banks. The splash of the icy-cold water against your face as you embrace the gentle Grade I and II rapids is an experience like no other. A sumptuous picnic lunch on the picturesque setting of the banks of the Indus is the best way to wrap up this fantastic rafting tour.