Ahom brings to several exciting adventure tours in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. Embark on a memorable journey as you trek the lush green landscapes of the Eastern Himalayas. The steep mountains, lush green rainforests, and vast riverbanks of the mighty Brahmaputra and its tributaries offer an experience of a lifetime. Book one of our river rafting tours on the rivers of the northeast and enjoy undisturbed nature as you have never before. Encounter challenging stretches of water to navigate through that are bound to give you a rush of adrenaline! Over the years, rafting has become an essential part of North East India Tourism. The Brahmaputra, one of Asia’s most significant transboundary rivers, flows through Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, with many local rivers like the Subansiri and the Kameng joining it as tributaries. Most rafting tour operators offer adventure tours in the upper stretches of these rivers. Ahom aims to provide you with an unforgettable experience of the rivers of the northeast through its rafting trips to some of the most remote and pristine regions of the river valleys.
The Brahmaputra River Rafting tour by Ahom offers an unforgettable rafting experience in Arunachal Pradesh. Rafting on the Brahmaputra is an experience of a lifetime. One of the greatest and the most important rivers in Asia, the Brahmaputra flows across three countries. Emerging from the Angsi Glacier in the North of The Himalayas, the river flows through Tibet to cut through the Gyala Peri and the Namche Barwa mountain chains to enter Arunachal Pradesh in India. A great adventure awaits you right here. Enjoy the exquisite natural beauty of Assam as you drive through the tea gardens and reach the banks of the massive river. Visit Pasighat, the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh and learn about its culture and cuisine by exploring the local market. Drive to remote hillside villages surrounded by pristine cloud forests, where you will spend the night in quaint rest houses. Drive along rocky terrains and deep valleys with overnight camps in between. Your rafting experience will begin from Purung. Encounter challenging rapids on your journey, as well as float sections that give you ample opportunity to enjoy the pristine beauty of the surrounding valleys. This rafting adventure also offers you warm campfires on the beach, refreshing hikes, and the chance to explore some of the remotest natural spaces in the world. It negotiates the most beautiful big volume whitewater in an area, which is also undoubtedly one of the most inaccessible in the world. Brahmaputra River Rafting is not for the faint-hearted; take a deep breath and plunge into an epic rafting adventure that is worth all the toil!
Book a Kameng River Rafting Tour in Arunachal Pradesh with Ahom to experience a grand river rafting adventure. The Kameng River, also known as the Jia Bhoreli River in Assam, emerges from a glacier below the Gori Chen Mountain in Tawang district in the Eastern Himalayas. From the Indo-Tibetan border, the river flows through Bhalukpong in the West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh and moves to Sonitpur District in Assam. The Kameng is one of the most important tributaries of the Brahmaputra and covers a beautiful mountainous landscape in its upper stretch in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. It forms a natural divider between the West and the East Kameng Districts and serves as a boundary between the Pakke Tiger Reserve and the Sessa and the Eaglenest Sanctuaries. It is flanked by the Dafla Hills in the east and the Aka Hills in the West. The Kameng, along with some of the other mighty tributaries of the Brahmaputra, offers a delightful rafting adventures for experts and beginners alike. It is a medium-large volume river with challenging rapids at regular intervals, beautiful gorges, and pristine forest-covered hill landscapes. The trip is guaranteed to an experience of a lifetime.
The Siang River in Arunachal Pradesh is a hot spot for adventure junkies, offering a wide range of water sports like rafting, angling and kayaking. The river originates in Tibet as the Tsang-po and then flows into Arunachal as the Siang to finally join the Lohit River in Assam. This union of the two rivers forms the mighty Brahmaputra. The Siang is mild in places with some sudden turbulent stretches and includes several Grade IV and V rapids that provide the most thrilling river rafting expeditions. A tour of the Siang valley also introduces you to the Adis, an old indigenous tribe who live in the adjoining hills and forests, in perfect harmony with nature.
Book an 11-Day Subansiri River Rafting Tour with Ahom to enjoy a rafting experience of a lifetime. Translated as the ‘Golden River’, the Subansiri is the largest tributary of the River Brahmaputra. The transboundary tributary flows from Tibet and enters India through Arunachal Pradesh. It continues to flow through the planes of Assam before joining the Great Brahmaputra in the Lakhimpur District, at the confluence in Majuli. The Subansiri is known for its surrounding rocky terrains and lush green forests. The steep, rugged mountains in the upper course of the river make the landscape nearly isolated and extremely difficult to access. The river presents exciting challenges with its enormous rapids and powerful current. The surrounding landscapes of forests, mountains and picturesque tribal villages in the Siang Valley are exquisitely beautiful. The few inhabitants of this side of the Eastern Himalayas have been living in the hills for over a thousand years, and are friendly and welcoming to the adventurers who come their way. On this short but intense trip, you will experience the riverine valleys of Arunachal Pradesh like never before. Get ready for an exciting, adrenaline-powered rafting experience along the upper-course of the Golden River; we promise it’s worth all your efforts!
The best time for adventure tours in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh is during the months of November and December. Ahom offers intensive adventure tours that are suitable for expert rafters as well as enthusiastic beginners. The Brahmaputra, any rafter’s dream, offers many rapids ranging from Class 2 to Class 6. You will encounter some of the most well-known rapids in the area, like the ‘Moing Madness’, the ‘Toothfairy’, and the ‘Pulsating Palsi’. The Subansiri and the Kameng are other significant rivers where you can experience the exhilarating thrill of tackling whitewater stretches. Like all good rafting tour operators, Ahom provides a team of expert guides and staff who make sure that safety is the last thing that you have to worry about on your river rafting tours. Apart from negotiating rapids, you can also enjoy hikes on the beach and through the forests. The campfire nights are going to be an absolute delight!
The river rafting tours in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh provide much more than adventure. The breath-taking landscapes of the Eastern Himalayas will remind you of the blessings of Mother Nature that we take for granted every day. North East India Tourism is famed for its largely pristine natural landscapes. The lush green rainforests in the Siang and the Kameng districts of Arunachal Pradesh are still relatively well-preserved. The forests and the mountains surrounding the river valleys are quite challenging to access, but the journey is definitely worth all the struggle. Visit the stunning jungle gorges of the Brahmaputra, the Subansiri, and the Kameng where you will experience the forests of Eastern Himalayas in all their splendour. View the mysterious hidden caves and cascading waterfalls along the way, and camp on the river banks at night to enjoy nature like never before. Ahom is among the best rafting tour operators in India that offers you a lifetime experience of the rivers of the northeast.