River Rafting in Kolad
River rafting in Kolad is operational throughout the year. You can visit Kolad for river rafting anytime of the year. Kolad is the only place in the country where river rafting can be enjoyed 365 days of the year.
Monsoon season – (June to September)
The experience of river rafting during rainy season is the best as the weather is perfect when it rains and the water level is high. Kolad is among the best monsoon getaway destinations for people from Mumbai and Pune.
Winter season – (October to February)
During winter season the weather is quiet serene and cold. People can enjoy river rafting and all other water sport activities in Kolad during these months.
Summer season – (March to May)
It is hot during the day in summer season, but this does not affect the experience of river rafting in Kolad, since rafting is done early in the morning at around 8:00 AM and it ends by around 12:00 pm. This time is ideal for people who prefer lesser crowds and want to enjoy river rafting in Kolad.
- You will be given a helmet and life jacket to wear. These life jackets are good enough for anyone of 120 kgs or below to stay afloat.
- There will be a highly trained and experienced rafting guide with you on the boat. He will give you instructions and guide you throughout the rafting duration. You must listen to and follow your guide’s instructions all the time.
- You will also be given a briefing on the basics of river rafting, the do’s and dont’s and safety procedures.
- Make sure you wear comfortable clothes and footwear.
From: Rs. 700 to Rs. 1593
Frequently Asked Questions
The total duration of river rafting in Kolad is approx. 2 hours.
The reporting time for river rafting in Kolad is 08:00 AM. Please note there is only one timing for river rafting in Kolad. River rafting happens only once every day.
There are rafts for 8 people, 9 people and 10 people.
Yes. River rafting in Kolad is operational throughout the year. Rafting is done on dam controlled river. Everyday in the morning, water from the dam is released. When the water is release, rapids for river rafting are generated.
The minimum age for river rafting in Kolad is 14 years. Children below 14 years of age are not allowed.
Yes. June to September (monsoon season) is the peak time for river rafting in Kolad. Maximum people visit Kolad for river rafting in these months.
No. River rafting in Kolad is done even when it rains. The experience of river rafting is even better when it rains.
From Pune, it is approximately 100 km.
From Mumbai, it is approximately 120 km.
The total distance covered while river rafting is approx. 14 km.
Looking for a thrilling adventure that can break the monotony of dealing with assignments and deadlines on a daily basis? Put your weekend to good use by exploring river rafting in Kolad. Situated about 125 km from Mumbai and 120 km from Pune, Kolad – on the banks Kundalika in Maharashtra – presents the perfect getaway from the hustle-bustle of city life.
Kolad has emerged as one of the most popular white water rafting and water sports destinations in the country. And the only one where rafting can be enjoyed all year round. Kundalika river rafting is a time-bound activity, with rafts taking off between 8:00 am to 8:30 am every morning. This is primarily because rafting at Kolad is entirely dependent on release of water from the Mulshi dam. To make your rafting trip adventurous and fun, the organizers float the rafts when the water flow is optimum.
The boat is steered by a trained rafting guide and participants are provided with life jackets, which means you can enjoy this adrenalin-pumping sport without any prior training in rafting or swimming lesson. The Kolad river rafting experience is packed with mix of serenity and excitement. You will raft along a nearly 14 km stretch in the midst of tranquil lush greens, with a generous dose of splashes and some thrilling twists and turns in the rapids thrown in the mix. Kolad has a lot more to offer than just rafting. If you have an entire day to spare, make a booking for a complete adventure package that includes river crossing, zipline and kayaking. The camping locations on banks of Kundalika also make for a great unwinding experience after a day packed with thrilling exploits.