The Rafting Camp, Rishikesh
The Great Himalayan Expeditions Camps, Sirasu Village, Marine Drive,, Rishikesh, Uttrakhand, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249201
Ranked 57 of 555 hotels in Rishikesh
i am sharing my experience for the rafting and camping at camp rollercoaster shivpuri . i was travelling with my frnds we reached the camp office at rishikesh in morNing at 11 am from there we got the taxi and left for the camp . it was about 25 KMS drive from Rishikesh. we reached there in 1 hr when we reached we were mesmerized to see the beauty around we checked in and arranGED ourselves in camps . we took the river facing camp as it was having more beautiful scene . then we had lunch and post we explored the nearby area . in the evng we played volleyball and then had tea . around 8 pm there was bonfir and snacks u can have ur drinks at that time . we enjoyed had dinner and slept it was very cold so you arr adviced to carry proper woolen clothes . next morning we get up early and left for rock climbing and rappeling . the site was near to our camp . We returned in about 1 hr then we had breakfast and then packed our luggage and left for rafting. our rafting was 24 km route from marine drive to laxman jhula . The site was abt 15 KMS from our camp we reached there and met our rafting guide Prakash instructed us and we started rafting the water was ice cool as it was nov the members on the raft must be active and should folllow the orders of guide. We passed through various rapids and finally reached our end point . Things to keep in mind while going on an rafting camp- 1)Proper wollen clothes must be taken as the cliamte is very cold especially at nights . 2)Must negotiate the prices of your package as the agents usually charge higher prices . 3)Carry the thins of ur daily need as there is no shop near the camps . 4) Carry ur liquor as it is not available in rishikesh . 5)Inform ur agent about ur meal if ur are non-vegetarian or not . 6)Before rafting must keep in mind that the life jacket is properly worn and must not take it out . 7)Keep a torch and cold and fever medicine with you .
I did a hassle free booking via MakeMyTrip.com. Only reason for getting there was rive rafting, which is thrilling, exciting and what not. Nice staff and amenities. Food is just good. But who cares for food when all you gonna do is explore and enjoy. You can get details about you travel plan, and recommendation from the staff, trust me, they're really helpful. An advice I would like to share, get your reservation done a week advance. Bargaining is must thing to do in Rishikesh. Don't just go for one agent, try differnet and go for the one which is par your requirement with a best price tag.
I visited this place recently, Its nicely made with all amenities provided in a constrained environment. The rafting was amazing especially jump from kid rock. The toilet facilities can be enhanced, but its completely good. A must place to visit. Travelers must take with them mosquito repellent as mosquitoes are there. Moreover taking sunscreen in May-June is also necessary to save skin from tanning.
we enjoy our full adventure trip with raftingmasti.in ....the camp same distance from the ganga river but nice location out of Rush...very good food quality...and services....all camps are just like cottage......camp was propar clean and managed ... overall nice adventure trip.. in afortable price ...thanks to raftingmasti.in
I did direct booking. There was no problem in booking. We went there for rafting. Overall, my experience there was good. Buffet system was there. It was conveniently located. Look wise, it was calm. Staff people were very helpful there. Pickup and drop facility was also available there. Camp was good there. It was neat and clean but not spacious. Only bed and woolen clothes were provided there. Quality and quantity wise, it was good. It was reasonable. Rafting and campfire were arranged by them. Rishikesh is a very good place. Location wise, it was also very good. Appearance wise, it was good. Booking process was also good. Service of the staff was nice. Room was average. Food was very good. Activities were excellent. I visited there in March 2014 with my friends.
We went with a group of 9 people looking for some adventure and nature to rishikesh . We have always heard good things about the tents and as females we were not much concerned about the safety but much to our surprise regal camps had to offer some terrible management and other facilities.Primarily 1. The food sucked big time . We had burned peanuts and raw pakoras for the snacks 2. Tasteless food and dirty plates for the dinner 3. Last but not the least terrible safety We had a group of 12 drunk men shouting and howling on the top of their voices near our tents . We were 3 females in the tent and got scared to death . No one from the management showed up to stop them from creating nuisance and on the top of that we saw some of their employees drinking and participating in that havoc. In the morning too the group was drinking from the morning and stalked and passed comments at the girls in our group . We even tried calling the management but obviously they are high and stoned themselves and none of them picked our call . So in short if you want to have fun in rishikesh and still want to be safe and You are a girl do not go to Regal Rafting camps. I can tell you what not to take but you can definitely find good camps there . Good luck with the search ! P.S- Rafting was average !
I stay here along with my family. hotel is very clean and comfortable. catering is very good in the hotel. Hotel is centrally located in the city. hotel staff is very friendly. hotel is located hardly 2 or 3 KM from the adventure places. I feel extremely it is a very good hotel in the city.
If the person like adventure this is the perfect place. If someone like peace environment this is the place you can find that. Different types of birds you can see over there. And many more things which you can feel. It can\'t be expressed.
Tents were neat and clean food was good...river rafting and camping was a Superb experience...the jungle safari in the night was great...It was a highly adventure filled experience....
The Rafting Camp is ranked #57 among the 555 hotels in Rishikesh with an average rating of 5.8 out of 7. It is one of the 35, 2-star Nature Camps in Rishikesh. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 14 photos, 12 text reviews and 1 video reviews and is rated top for its Activities, Destination and Location.
The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 3,200 to Rs 3,200 per night. The hotel offer 28 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.
The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers. Group (71%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 43% of guests enjoy the hotel's offbeat style, whereas 29% have rated the ambience as adventurous.
Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of Apr, May and June for the best experience.
The Rafting Camp is located at Badrinath Highway which is approximately 3 Kms from Rishikesh railway station . Due to the close proximity, it is considered as one of the best stay option. Swarg Niwas Temple (1 Km), Rishikesh (1 Km), Kali Kambliwale (1 Km), Shri Ram Mandir (1 Km) and Durga Mandir (1 Km) are some of the popular sightseeing attractions located near the hotel.
The hotel ensures you are well taken care of during your stay.
Other amenities include Doctor On Call. For checkin and checkout time, we suggest contacting the hotel.
If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.
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