Chalipuzha is a tributary off of the river Iruvanjhipuzza and bears the famous waterfall Thusharagiri. It joins the Chaliyar river, the fourth longest river in Kerala. River rafting in Kerala in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries was popular as the rafts were made in the timber mills on the banks of Chaliyar in the monsoon season. The wood of this region is especially durable(teak, rosewood, etc).
Chalipuzha river rafting in Kerala, Land of Gods has long been a sought after eco-adventure activity given its proximity to nature's scenic landscapes and a suitable course of river with medium sized rapids. In the southern backwaters, riding the waves is an almost cathartic activity. Away from all kinds of stress and hustle, this excursion takes you to the splendid forested regions and gives you an opportunity to unwind as you channel you inner adventure spirits. Enjoy Wayanad (Western Ghat's) picturesque setting as you take on the rapids and rise up to the challenge of Chalipuzha's jungle rafting.
The take-in point for this specific rafting expedition is Game of Thorns Rapid and the take out is at Volleyball Court; the duration of the trip is 1.5 hours for approx 4 kilometers. The grade is Class II-III and is suited for beginners as well as advanced rafters. You will be guided by expert guides and safety kayakers to ensure a thrilling and safe adventure. It's also safe for non-swimmers as well as minors.
Have the time of your life as you raft in the tranquil waters of Chalipuzha against the backdrop of Kerala's scenic beauty that beckons all the nature lovers. Chalipuzha white river rafting is a perfect excursion to undertake a rafting expedition as well as a nature exploration over a weekend.