Kameng Rafting Expedition
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Trip Highlights

  • Lush rainforests surround the river
  • Technical River
  • Tribal Area
  • 160km of Rafting
Enter the last frontier of the North Eastern part of India. The Kameng River in Arunachal Pradesh is a tributary of the Brahmaputra. It has been accessible for river rafting and kayaking only recently and an expedition on this river will take you through lush rainforests that surround some of the finest white water in the country and world. The North Eastern part of India receives a large amount of water and this reflects in the amazing whitewater the rivers offer here. The experience of the good rapids on the river is only surpassed by the verdant beauty that surrounds it. One would also get the opportunity to see the rich tribal culture, exotic flora and fauna. This self contained trip allows you to take home snapshots and memories of a land so special and hidden from the rest of the world.


$1000 / head


Day 1
Fly from Delhi to Guwahati
Overnight stay at a hotel.
Day 2
Drive 5 hours to Bhalukpong
Overnight stay at a Camp.
Day 3
Drive 6 hours to Seppa
Overnight stay in a hotel.
Day 4
Drive 4 hours to Marjangle and set up camp.
Get the raft & the gear ready for the expedition. One can walk down the beach and enjoy the twittering of the birds and the rushing water. Dinner around the campfire is filled with conversation about the coming days on the river.
Day 5
Drive 4 hours to Marjangle and set up camp.
The expedition on the river begins with a few easy rapids, drifting through the thick forest we get to encounter some good grade 4 rapids named ‘Maxed Out’, ’Pakke Sock Sucker’ ,’Gruesome Geyser’ to name a few. Set up camp late afternoon on sandy beach after a good exciting day on the river. 
Day 6
Paddle through a gorge which provides some stunning views. Paddle bouncy grade 3 rapids which are the highlight of the day as a lot of small streams & rivers come in adding volume. As we leave the first gorge, we float through the Seppa town to pitch camp on a sandy river beach. Spectacular views of streams falling into the Kameng surround us and we go to bed dreaming of the river and what the next day holds. 
Day 7
The day starts with an easy float section as we go away from the villages into the remote gorge of the Kameng, where there are good grade 3-4 rapids before we reach camp at the rivers confluence. 
Day 8
Layover day. One can choose to wake up late, laze around the camp or take a nature walk & explore the remote gorge around, sunbathe, bird watch, try a hand at fishing or just lay on the beach & read a book. 
Day 9
This is a great section of the Kameng River as the Bichom River joins it, increasing volume adding punch to the rapids. We encounter 23 grade3 to 4 plus rapids. We scout the rapids and negotiate them accordingly. Set up camp in the afternoon and rest our aching muscles. This is the remotest section on the Kameng River. 
Day 10
Today we encounter 18 grade 3 to 4 rapids. Once we raft pass the dam site we negotiate awesome ‘full on’ whitewater. Set up camp by a rapid tonight to celebrate the last evening around the camp fire on the trip. 
Day 11
The last day on the river has 17 grade 3-4 plus rapids and a stunning gorge .Raft to Bhalukpong – the takeout point where the river slows down as it enters the plains. Overnight stay at an eco-camp. 
Day 12
Begin the drive back to Guwahati and fly back to Delhi with some great memories of the Kameng River.

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