The river rafting in Leh is pretty reasonable Please refer the table below for a detailed price.
In Ladakh, there are certainly some mighty rivers to challenge you, particularly the Zanskar and Indus Rivers that between them offers white water conditions that range from Grade 2 to Grade 4 plus.
Anybody can go rafting without having to be experienced. We provide beginners before setting off, with a course in rowing and other procedures, including safety. The only people excluded are those under 10 years of age, or those suffering from asthma or serious heart conditions.
There are three Main Rivers For Rafting in Ladakh, Zanskar river rafting, Indus river rafting, and Shayok river rafting during summer.
The Indus is the longest river in Asia with a total length of 3180km, starting from Mansarovar Lake in the Tibetan plateau that flows through the sham valley of the Ladakh region towards Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan. And the Hindu Kush ranges. It flows along the entire length of Pakistan to merge into the Arabian sea.
The tributaries of the Zanskar river originating in the Zanskar valley also known as the “Grand Canyon of Asia” unite with the Doda river to form the main Zanskar river which is around 340km. The river then flows through the massive gorge of Zanskar to join the Indus near Nimu village, where one can see the confluence of Zanskar and Indus rivers called Sangam.
As for the Shayok river, it flows through northern Ladakh and Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan spanning around 550km. The Shayok is a tributary of the Indus originating from the Rimo glacier in Nubra valley. The river continues through Turtuk and Tyakshi before crossing into Pakistan. The river joins forces with Indus at Keris, to the east of the town of Sardu