The challenge of the daunting, turbulent rivers is no less, than that of the rugged mountains. The icy heights of the Himalayas, are the source of some of India's mighty rivers. Fed by innumerable streams, they race along tortuous boulder - strewn beds, cutting deep gorges, and breaking into silvery white rapids.
An intricate network of thundering mountain rivers, flowing through an amazing landscape of thrilling gorges, forests, and remote villages, the Garhwal and Kumaon hills, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, provide ideal settings for some dramatic water adventure.

Rafting in Ladakh 

Rafting in Indus in Ladakh is a great fun pleasure and adventure. Indus in Ladakh is on high altitude so it becomes more excitement for the people who want to negotiate the soft smooth path of Indus or the difficult from Nemo. Those who don't know the swimming and have no experience in rafting can negotiate from Karu to Nemo which is very smooth and not so fast but it is advisable those who know swimming and some experience in white water rafting to go beyond Nemo.
General information on rafting in the Garhwal region 
General information on rafting in the Kumaon region 
Potential sites for rafting, canoeing, and kayaking 
The Kaudiyala Rafters Camp