The Beas river runs past Kullu, fed by the melting glaciers and snow in the mountains, and is clear and blue under the sunny Himachal skies. This Kullu rafting trip takes you along a fun 14 kms stretch and is great fun for a day activity near Manali. You'll begin your rafting adventure in Pirdi, from where you'll get to battle rapids ranging from Grade II to III for almost two hours.
This Kullu rafting trip is suitable for beginners and non-swimmers, thanks to the easy to moderate grade rapids on the rafting stretch. It will take you about 2 hours to cover the 4 kms from Kullu to Manali, where your Kullu rafting trip begins. At Kullu, you'll find a water sports centre, which controls the rafting in the Beas river. You'll raft down a pristine river, with pine trees and mountain views all around, and do battle with some of the most famous rapids like S Bend Beta and Gamma.
Battle Grade II-III rapids on the Beas river | Spend a morning out in the midst of nature | Enjoy an adventure getaway on your Manali holiday
You'll have to report to the water sports centre in Pirdi by about 10:00 hrs. You'll receive a short briefing about the rafting stretch, and will be given an introduction to the equipment by your instructor. After that, you board the rafts and set out on the Beas river. The rapids are thrilling, and you have almost two full hours to do your best! After that, you'll disembark at Jhiri. Trip ends here.
If cancelled 15 days before the reporting date of the Kullu rafting trip: 50% of the cost is refunded.
If cancelled 0-15 days before the reporting date of the Kullu rafting trip: No refund.
No refund for late arrival or no show.
Any meals/services not availed of by the traveller are not refundable.
For cancellations or delays in the Kullu rafting trip due to natural causes/security reasons/unavoidable circumstances, the operator is not responsible.
If the instructor believes you to be under the influence of narcotics or alcohol, you will be refused the Kullu rafting trip.
The rafting instructor's decision is final.
Participants must handle the equipment provided to them with care.