In Sikkim, River Teesta and its tributary Rangit offer the best routes for River Rafting and Camping Tour. Both these rivers provide long stretches that are perfect for safe rafting. In fact, Teesta River has been ranked at Grade 4 on the international scale. Teesta with Its chilly waters have a series of rapids with sketchy intensity and character while its tributary Rangit, has more turbulent waters and offers a great challenges to most experienced rafters.
At denzongs Leisure, we offer river Adventure for swimmers as well as non swimmers also. For swimmer category, guests will be transferred to Tarkhola, which is the starting point. After Changing the dress and putting on life jacketed, guests will be instructed do’s and don’ts and several tips for using the raft and the oars for about 15 minutes by guide / instructor and will be board on raft for set in their journey for about 150 minutes in low water and 130 minutes in high water. This will end at Teesta. The distance between Tarkhola and Teesta is 11 km. Which guest will enjoy to the fullest extent and of course a great experience for lifetime.
For non swimmers it is about 45 minutes rafting in low-water and 25 minutes in high-water starting from Melli of Sikkim to Teesta, a small town on way to Gangtok. On the way, guests would be able to locate many white sandy beaches, which can become good campsites. To put succinctly, it would be apt to say that one must come and enjoy the gushing waters of Teesta and Rangit on the rafts. River Rafting in Sikkim would actually be a stupefying experience for you.
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- 1 Night stay at Shivpur Jungle Camp, All 3 Times Meals, Morning Evening Tea, 16 Kms Rafting, Cliff Jumping, Bonfire, Volleyball.
- Accommodation: 1 Night Stay Shivpuri Jungle Camps
- Meals: 3 Times meals, bonfire veg. snacks, morning evening tea with cookies
- Activities: River Rafting (16 Kms (Shivpuri to Nim Beach, Adventure trekking, Body Surfing, Cliff Jumping
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Best season: Mid September – January & mid April – May.
Trekking in Buxa Hills of Sinchula Range is a popular sports through ages. But nowadays Birders from different part of India and abroad are attracted here. Bird watching through the dense jungle is not only adventurous but also loves the Camping activity during the trek along with a memorable hospitality by the Dukpas.
Inclusion: Pick up & drop Service from Station to Station. Accommodation provided in Home Stay or in tents with sleeping bags, profiles, tent lights, guide, permits and cooked/packed food.
Excluded: Payments for Jungle Safari, Sightseeing, Permit for Camera, personal Porters & other expenses.
You will be trekking through the Buxa Tiger Reserve Forest and Bhutan Border. There is no Medical Unit, Electricity, charging point, Bath room/ Toilet in Tents.
Running Water & Bath only available in the Home stays.
Concept of adventure trekking holidays & Nature Study Camps at present is not just a relief from the monotony of daily life but an opportunity and scope to mingle up with nature and to learn how to conserve it. Further, a camping course in nature helps a young kid in building self-confidence and social instincts.
A team of experienced Guides and Trainers will be there to assist Campers. Most of them are learned from Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling.
The Camping Ground, Santarabari is situated in the foothills of Buxaduar in East Himalaya, 31 Km away from Alipurduar. The Campsite is by the side of a rivulet coming down from Buxa Duar. The place is surrounded by lush green forests and slopes and famous for its natural beauty.
Course: First hand information and training for Camping, Yoga / Taekwondo, Survival Training, First Aid and among Nature study lessons Stargazing, Photography & Bird Watching.
Duration: 3 Nights 4 Days.