Rating in India
$ 16

Rafting In Kannur, Kerala

Rafting / kayaking / sailing
Rafting / kayaking / sailing
min $ 16
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Kannur
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 16
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Embark upon a daring adventure on Tejaswini River, full of rapids gushing through the thickets of the Western Ghats in Kannur. Riding in the rapids here is unique because of its breath-taking scenery and Kerala monsoons. On this two hour excursion, you’ll be rafting on the rapids of Upper Tejaswini and Lower Tejaswini. The former is a narrow river flowing between Kannur district and forests of Coorg with rapids ranging up to class – 2 and the latter one is wider with 3 major rapids ranging up to class-3.
You can opt for this guided experience anytime between 8am and 4pm. Get picked up from Pulingome and set off on a 4km jeep drive. Choose from two rafting stretches. Get a thorough briefing on the route and necessary skills. Belt yourself to the boat. Equip yourself with the oars and start your battle against the natural opponent. Raft along the river to arrive at the bank. Relax. Have lunch in the wild and head back to your destination.
Duration: 3 hours 

Instructor charges
Rafting charges
Transport
Wear comfortable clothes like t-shirt, shorts
Consumption of alcohol or any other intoxicating products is strictly prohibited during this activity
For safety purposes, do pay heed to the guidelines given by the instructors

All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Thrillophilia
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