Rafting In Kolad

Adventure lovers have found a unique way of enjoying the release of the dam water. Capitalising on the location near Mumbai, with its virtually unending source of adventure lovers, rafting is conducted on the river using the rapids generated by the rushing water released from the dam. Rafting of grade II and III can also be experienced over a 14 km circuit and can be enjoyed all day in the monsoon, or to coincide with the timing of the release of water from the dam during other times of the year. Rafting here is sometimes unavailable in the peak of summer when the water becomes scarce. There exist a historical Trade Route called Savalya Ghat which descends down in Kundalika Valley from Tamhini Ghat Road. Beautifully carved staircases exist at some places & also 2 small water cisterns are encountered. On the bank of River Kundalika are many retreats and farm houses with mango and watermelon as the chief fruit product and rice and nachni as the chief farm produce as the soil is very rich in minerals and the ample water via canals fed from River Kundalika's clean water.

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Rafting In Kolad

Reporting time
The Kolad river rafting trip starts at 8:00 am every morning. 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. Therefore please report by 8.00 am.

Who can raft?
Almost everybody other than pregnant ladies, heart patients and people with severe asthma.
Children below 14 yrs will not be allowed to raft.

T Shirts, shorts and sport shoes or floaters for rafting.
A change of dry clothes and a towel.
Light warm clothes if you are camping overnight with us.
Sun Hat / Cap
Sun Glasses
Water proof sun block lotion


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What does the cost includes?

  • Morning rafting trip
  • All government taxes included.
  • All rafting equipment, including guide, crew and life jacket.

2. What does the cost doesn't include?

  • International/Domestic air fare or train fare.
  • Transportation costs to rafting start and drop points.
  • Camping or overnight stay.
  • Unforeseen expenses that demand a change in itinerary like natural forces, changes in weather, road blockages, flight/train cancellations and illness.
  • Medical, Travel, or Evacuation insurance.
  • Expenses of a personal nature - tips, laundry, phone calls, beverages.



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