River Rafting in Ladakh
River rafting in Ladakh is quite unlike anywhere else in the world. It provides the best opportunity to enjoy and experience the natural beauty of the spectacular landscape with deep gorges, towering snow-capped peaks, hilltop monasteries, hillside villages, and glimpses of the unique wildlife.
Zanskar River originates from the high altitude plateau of Sarchu on the border of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Originally known as the Tsarap the river gorges a path out of the rocky mountains of western Himalayas, dropping in a continuous torrent of class V rapids. The river then eases into the forbidden Kingdom of Zanskar and slowly flows past the capital at Padum. Here it joins with the Stod river which flows down from the Pensi La pass on the road from Kargil to Padum.
Chilling to Nemo
This is a one day river rafting program starting in Chilling, which is up stream on the Zanskar River and ends at Nemo which is the confluence of Zanskar and Indus rivers.
The company is run by experienced rafting guides, they are well trained on the hardest rivers in India and Nepal. We have been running rafting trips in Ladakh and Zanskar for the last 10 years with a 100% safety record.
All the gear, such as Helmets and Jackets have been imported, and are the best used anywhere in the world. We provide Neoprene Wetsuits and shoes to protect you from cold water