Camp Rapidfire, Rishikesh
Beach 18, Singhtali, Byasi, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249201
Ranked 45 amongst 457 hotels in Rishikesh
Camp Rapidfire Reviews (12)
The look of the hotel was good. The hotel has a good location and easy to reach. The front office staff were good in this hotel. The behaviour of the staff was good in this hotel. The services were done on time. The room was as usual good with amenities in good condition. The food was good in the hotel. I lodged here with my family for relaxation trip.
Went to experience river rafting, camping and bungee jumping with my friends last March. Had a package booking in advance and package included all this. Rafting experience and bungee jumping was great and tiring but when we reached camp we found that so many promises that were done but not fulfilled. It was at a very fine location, on the banks of Ganga, with lot of activities to do like volleyball, badminton etc. Although their service was very slow and food was not so good but it was buffet, so we ate like hell. In the evening campfire was also arranged and it was nice experience.
Went on an adventurous trip with friends about a month ago. We had a package of rafting and camping and in camping got this place to stay. After rafting we came here and seeing these camps on the banks of Ganga, all the tiredness went off. Although food was not good but we were tired and it was buffet, so ate like anything. Activities on the river side are great- volleyball and badminton. Had an awesome stay.
Very beautiful place with lots of fun filled activities. Nice beds and were soft and clean. Amazing bonfire near the river. Food was great and buffet system was available. Also, there are very good field for play. Location was great and were very scenic.
This is a totally enlightening place away from the noise and pollution of the city. One of the best beach camps of Rishikesh. The view and scenery are heart touching. One can completely relax here and enjoy in the nature's lap. It is the perfect place to stay on the bank of the river Ganga and enjoy the mesmerising sound of the flowing water. I suggest its a must visit place to everybody travelling to Rishikesh. The food is awesome here. They serve tasty chicken and daal. The staff and the camp manager are very supportive.
Stayed there for a night it was a wonderful experience with serene view of Ganga. The service was very good as well as the food. There were many activities and you can easily spend a day there. The staff was helpful. It was one of the best camps in that region, you can clearly figure it out while your stay.
We had a road trip to Rishikesh, which included a day stay in camp Rapidfire. The camp location was beautiful. The river was right behind the camp. We arrived late in the evening and it was almost full. We got the snacks and dinner, with the bonfire. Food was good and served both veg and non veg and there is no limit how much you eat. A good volleyball ground was there, got a good playing crowd. A couple of hours in the morning sitting on river side with friends was an awesome sight. Had a good and healthy breakfast, bread, jam, butter, eggs and milk. Then we were off to Delhi with an awesome full day road trip. Suggestion: Arrive in camp before sunset on the previous day and go for camping next morning. Its quite hot during day time in the camp.
It was the end of 2011 and the begening to 2012....so i can\'t think any other place den Camp RapidFire,Some points to ponder : Awesome location with lovely wether humble staff.. lovely food as per camping is concern...... Deepu,Majid,Jeetu,Jabba,etc you guys rock...... best camp in rishikesh.... Will come soon again......
it was ok, there was electricity problem.... we had to much fun while rafting.
Amazing hospitality. The food was tasty. well-equipped hotel. The location and services provided are amazing. Camp has a good location and friendly staff. excellent hospitality.
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