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Overview

The Kundalika is located in the virgin forests below the Mulshi and Bhira Dams. Being 120 Kms from Mumbai and 100 Kms from Pune, this river is ideally located for short overnight or day trips. A one and a half hour run down a 14 Km exciting stretch with grade II and III rapids promises to give an exciting, wet and wild run to all rafters. Our rafting trips start at 8 am every day . Since the water flow is controlled by the Bhira dam, we must start our rafting on schedule or face the possibility of trip cancellation due to lack of water flow. Please report at the start point at least 15 minutes before the start time.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1:
03.30 pm: Check in & Welcome drink on arrival
04.00 pm: Get ready for adventure activities viz. Kayaking/Rifle Shooting.
06.00 pm: Evening tea/coffee with snacks & freshen up.
07.00 pm: Bon Fire
08.00 pm: Dinner
10.00 pm: Lights Off

Day 2:
07.00 am: Tea & Breakfast
07.30 am: Leave for rafting starting point.
08.30 am: Exciting session of White Water Rafting (roughly takes 2 hrs)
12.30 pm: Lunch at resort.
02.00 pm: Check-out

Includes/Excludes

Inclusions:

River Rafting

Rafting Equipment like: Life Jackets, Helmets, and Paddles etc…

Professional and experienced River Rafting Guide supported by a safety kayak or a 2nd raft

Exclusions:

Any Camping

Any Transportation

Any Taxes

Important Facts

Refer to our Adventure Terms

Minimum age 15 years for rafting

Pregnant ladies, heart patients and people with severe asthma are not allowed to raft

Rafting on Kundalika is dependent upon water being released from the Mulshi and Bhira dams. TRAVELLERSOUL will not be held responsible for last minute cancellation of rafting due to water conditions. TRAVELLERSOUL will make a 100% refund for un-utilised services only, in case rafting is cancelled at the last moment due to water conditions.

It is up to the individual to arrange their own holiday / accident insurance & each adult would be asked to sign a liability waiver

Best Time to Visit

Throughout the year except for April & May.

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