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Code OAI 011 2 Days 1 Night Rs 3450
Code OAI 012 2 Days 2 Nights Rs 3900
Code OAI 013 3 Days 2 Nights Rs 4700
Code OAI 014 4 Days 3 Nights Rs 5800
Children below 12 - 50% of cost / Children below 5 - 25% of cost Accompanying Maids - per day 390.00 2% Service Tax applicable
The Ganges Experience
Situated on an idyllic beach of silver white sand along the forested banks of the Ganga river, 28 kms upriver from the town of Rishikesh, in the Garhwal Himalaya. We set up a semi permanent tented camp for the duration of the rafting season on the Ganga, Alaknanda & Bhagirathi rivers. Accommodation consists of large, twin share, safari style tents. Open parachute tents for dining and recreation. Toilet tents are equipped with dry toilet facilities, western style, clean and hygienic. There is also a bathing tent and a shower stall with running hot and cold water.
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Tented accomodation on a twin share basis. All meals and soft drinks. Use of Specialized rafting equipment including life jackets and helmets. Professional Guide fees.

COSTS EXCLUDE : Insurance. Medical (Other than Basic first Aid). Accomodation in Delhi. Alcoholic beverages. Personal or additional expenses caused by delays/ alterations due to natural causes: weather, road, river conditions or sickness.

We offer a range of complete solutions for all your Adventure and Wilderness Travel in the Indian Himalaya. Trek over High Mountain Passes, Raft down snow fed rapids, Camp in secluded glades and on inaccessible river beaches, look for tigers, elephants, wild flowers, birds and butterflies. Meet people secluded in their age old customs and traditions.
Today at OAI we have the infrastructure, experience, top of the line equipment and a team of trained outdoor people who are fun to be with and have many a tale of adventure, glory, myth and legend, both real and imagined to spice things up
Ecological Code
We are committed to preserving our wilderness area so that generations after us may still come here and enjoy this very same environment the way we do today. To this end we follow a strict code of conduct to promote minimum impact tourism. We request all visitors in camp to help us achieve this purpose by following the first rule of the outdoors - Take only photographs. Leave only footprints. And also abide by the following rules
Preserve the natural environment No cutting of trees, branches or other flora. No defacing of trees rocks or any natural structures. Avoid using pollutants such as soap, shampoo, detergents in rivers & streams. We use only gas & kerosene for cooking and lighting.
Preserve wildlife No hunting and trapping of animals. Avoid disturbing birds & other wildlife in the forest. Parts of the beach are off limits at night to leave undisturbed trails where animals come down to drink. Litter disposal Please use the wastebaskets and ashtrays for all cigarette butts, paper, plastic, bottle caps, tins & bottles. All non - biodegradable waste is carried out & disposed in large dumps or where possible recycled through kabaris.
Noise Pollution We request that you avoid loud music systems and firecrackers. The river, the birds and the wind in the trees provide their own music if we listen.
Minimum impact on local culture Please respect local customs and traditions. Dress modestly when visiting villages and settlements. Do not encourage begging by giving money, sweets, etc. Photographs should be taken only after seeking permission of the concerned people
Equipment and Safety
Top of the line rafting equipment, and an unblemished safety record are hallmarks of OAI. 16 - 21 ft 'SOTAR' self bailing rafts are manouvered by an oar / paddle combination where complete control rests with your professional river guide, everyone has a chance to be involved with paddling and powering the raft.
All trips carry full safety and emergency gear and a complete safety briefing is given to all. Guests are provided with life jackets and helmets, waterproof bags for personal gear and cameras are carried on every raft. All trips (unless particularly indicated) are suitable for beginners; no previous experience or particular skills are required.
The minimum age for a complete rafting trip is 13 yrs, 15 yrs for multi day expedition trips. But younger children are still given certain sections suitable for them.



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