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Amazing location right on the river, but its definitely for those who seek a sense of adventure...as accommodation is basic...so be prepared! Its run by a limited number of people, so its hard to find a manager when needed... security is very lapse, but the...More
The rafting was lots of fun. The guides were great and taught us the basics of whitewater rafting. We left at 7am and were on the river for 90mins.
The hotel is rustic, so be prepared. Bring bug spray.
The cabins have three walls. The...More
Initially when I stepped into the gates I was sure I am going to have a fun staying here. This place is where I wanted to stay and enjoy my much awaited water sports.
This place is so scenic that you will feel like staying...More
This is an ancestral home that has been converted into a sort of camp for small villas overlooking the river. The electricity is only on certain hours, which I wasn't told, so had to shower in the dark, but what a life experience! Open design,...More
Me and my wife stayed here for two nights in one of the rooms/bungalows with a double bed. The bungalow was right next to the river with rapids so during night it was quite a buzzy noise. It took me a night but then I...More
US$96 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Absolutely yes you can do the rafting with them. Morning time is always preferable as the water flow is bit high that time (if you want to enjoy the rafting its a must) and you wont feel much heat in d morning usually.Enjoy
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"Ask to be closer to the main pavilion - when it gets dark it's hard to see."