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  • Club House to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach
    Rs. 600 /- Per Person
    Distance : 09 Kms

  • Brahmpuri to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach
    Rs. 600 /- Per Person
    Distance : 09 Kms

  • Shivpuri to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach
    Rs. 1000 /- Per Person
    Distance : 15 Kms

  • Marine Drive to Shivpuri
    Rs. 600 /- Per Person
    Distance : 10 Kms

  • Marine Drive to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach
    Rs. 1500 /- Per Person
    Distance : 25 Kms

  • Kaudiyala to Shivpuri
    Rs. 1500 /- Per Person
    Distance : 20 Kms

  • Kaudiyala to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach Rs. 2500 /- Per Person
    Distance : 35 Kms

  • Kaudiyala to NIM Beach

    Cost @ 3200/- Per Person
    Distance : 34 Kms
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  • “Most professional & friendly Crew !!” We ( two friends) went with River & Rock Adventure for our water rafting experience in Rishikesh and I believe we got more than what we expected. This was my first time water rafting experience and it was awesome. Team looked professionally trained and they took all safety measurements to ensure that we enjoy our ride.

    Mr. Rahul Kumar Click Here

  • “Awsome trip” Superb experience of the river rafting and camping. The speeds were really good on the Ganges and the team of experts took good care. The jungle walk in night was great.

    Mr. Baba Badoni Click Here

  • “Holiday of your dreams”I can not find the right words to express how perfectly organised and open hearted team Paddle India is. LOVE WHAT YOU DO, DO WHAT YOU LOVE is the message of their work to me. Thank you for everything, I hope I will come back soon.

    Mr. Rocco Click Here

  • “Full of Fun”It was good stay at this place. But bathrooms were not upto the mark. Coperative staff, nice food, good scenery.

    Mr. Shubham Dobhal Click Here

  • “Safe, friendly, and real” Everyone is genuine. They are safe and knowledgeable on the river. The office so so helpful. These guys are a gem among a lot of questionable adventure company's.

    Mr. Prithviraj ChauhanClick Here

  • Holi Celebration at Rishikesh 2018

  • Opening Dates of Chardham Yatra for 2018

  • Yamunotri Temple - 18 April (Tentative)

  • Gangotri Temple - 18 April (Tentative)

  • Kedarnath Temple - 29 April

  • Badrinath Temple - 30 April

  • About Yoga


    Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Yuj’ which means to unite or to join. People generally think that yoga is a series of exercises with twisted body poses, it is not so. The main aim of Yoga is to help one connect with one’s inner spirit, which is connected to the universal spirit or God. Yoga creates a balance between the body and the mind and to attain self-enlightenment.

    Yoga brings stability to the body and the wavering mind. In order to accomplish it, Yoga makes use of different movements, breathing exercises, relaxation technique and meditation. Yoga is associated with a healthy and lively lifestyle with a balanced approach to life.

    It is the union between the mind, body and spirit. It involves the practice of physical postures and poses, which is referred to as ‘Asana’ in Sanskrit. Our modern day lifestyle is too hectic and puts a lot of stress on us which in turn causes a lot of life style problems like obesity, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes etc. Yoga is the answer to all these problems. It offers harmless solutions to these problems in the form of relaxation.



    Studies in the field of medicine suggest that Yoga is the only form of physical activity that provides complete exercise to the body as it incorporates different aspects of science, philosophy and art. It is one of the most effective and integrated systems for gaining control and experiencing supreme joy in life.

    It helps one achieve optimum physical and psychological health. It is a system of physical, mental and spiritual techniques and is a practical, lively approach to life. It is the master key to open the realms of everlasting bliss and deep-residing peace.

    Major branches of Yoga in Hindu philosophy include Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Hatha Yoga.

    Yoga has gained immense popularity during the last few years and today over 30 million people practice Yoga on regular basis. Yoga is the most rapidly growing health movement of today, despite having existed for thousands of years already. Hari Om