River Rafting - Kundalika River

Kundalika River Rafting– Kolad

The sport of white water river rafting calls for a triumph over the swift swirling river as it gushes past spectacular mountains. It is practiced mainly in the upper reaches where the water is wild and white as it froths and foams, crashing against narrow gorges, rocky outcrops and falls at deep gradients.

The Kundalika River which lays hardly 100 kms from Mumbai provides excellent opportunity for river rafting. The river is fed by waters released from Mulshi Dam and Bhira dam and provides 9 km rafting location with class 3 and class 4 rapids. These magical waters provide one fun-filled roller coaster rides.

What do the classes mean

Grade I: Small, easy waves; mainly flat water

Grade II: Mainly clear passages; some areas of difficulty

Grade III: Difficult passages; narrow in places and with high waves

Grade IV: Very difficult, narrow and requiring precise manoeuvring

Grade V: Extremely difficult. Very fast-flowing waters which can be manoeuvred only by experts Grade VI: For all practical purposes, unmanageable- even suicidal


05.00 Start From Andheri
05.30 Sion
05.45 Chembur
06.15 Vashi
07.30 Packed B/f on the way in the bus
09.00 Nagothane Naka, Rafting base camp
9-10.00 Orientation for Rafting
10-13.00 Rafting
14.00 Lunch
15.00 Start back
16.30 Tea on the way back
20.00 Reach Mumbai

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