Are you ready for a fun-filled day of rafting on the Sharda River, Tanakpur?
From our beautiful campsite on the Sharda River, We provides the exhilarating experience of whitewater adventures, camping and fishing. Whether you’re planning a quick weekend getaway or a fun family holiday, your perfect adventure package is waiting.
Is rafting safe?
-All of our guides are trained in river rescue, first aid, and CPR. Many have advanced certifications. Engaging in rafting and related activities involves inherent risks that cannot necessarily be predicted or controlled and can lead to injury and property damage. But we are here to take care of you, just like we have taken care of thousands of other adventurers in the past without problems.
What type of equipment do you need to go rafting?
-We can provide everything you need for your rafting adventure! Each guest is fitted with an ISI standard life jacket and helmet. Our rafts are state-of-the-art self-bailers equipped with front/rear foot cups that can accommodate up to 12 participants plus a guide depending on water levels and trip difficulty.
What should I wear for rafting?
-You should plan on being wet! T-shirts and shorts generally work best; avoid cotton as it draws away warmth. Wool also works well. You must wear secure footwear such as river sandals with an ankle strap, or chappals (which you can remove and keep in the raft). Sunglasses and sunscreen are important for sunny days on the river too. Dry clothing and a towel for after the trip finish off the list.
Do I need to know how to swim to go rafting?
No you do not. All adventurers are outfitted with and required to wear a ISI standard life-jacket that is specifically designed for people who do not know how to swim to be able to safely enjoy whitewater rafting. Participants who can swim are more comfortable in the water and may choose, at times, to jump in (wearing their life-jacket) for a dip in the cool waters.
Do I need to sign a waiver?
All participants (and a Parent or Legal Guardian, if participant is a minor) are required to sign an Acknowledgement and Assumption of Risks and Release and Indemnity Agreement before participating, and understand that they assume responsibility and liability in the event of an injury or other loss.
Any medical or mental condition or physical disability should be disclosed to our staff before making your booking. Rafting is not recommended for persons with serious medical conditions or pregnant women.
What to Bring:
The key to enjoying the rafting trip to the fullest is being properly prepared and dressed. Here’s a list of things that we recommend to wear and bring:
- Clothing that can get wet
- A change of clothes & towel
- Sun protection (hat, sunblock, sunglasses)
- Water shoes (Sandals, Chappals... etc)
- Money for snacks etc.
- Signed Permission Slip (for all minors) adults can sign at the camp