6 Adventurous Locales for River Rafting in India

River Teesta:

Popularly known as the lifeline of the Sikkim state, it is the main source of water flowing throughout the state. The river lies in the border between Sikkim and West Bengal, before joining into River Brahmaputra as a tributary, and finally reaching Bangladesh. The river being 309 kilometers long, possess some of the fierce rapids that can thump your heart aloud. Earlier; a large part of this area was situated in Nepal, but it was added to British India after the Sugauli Treaty.

Rangit, a tributary of Teesta is a stormy rapid that shakes a human being completely as it is so violent, because of high's and lows of the water. People who love adventure never miss out rafting at this place.
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