Info : Atali Ganga
Located just outside of the spiritual centre Rishikesh, Atali Ganga is, as the name suggests, right on the sacred Ganges river. This is the ultimate destination for action and adventure: white water rafting, mountain biking, and trekking are the most thrilling and popular pursuits. Atali Ganga has plain, comfortable and convenient accommodation, particularly well suited for families.
Atali Ganga is staffed by “Activity Officers”, all of them highly trained with experience trekking in the Himalayas. They’ll happily guide rafting and kayaking trips, ik (inflatable kayak) adventures, altitude experiences (including the brand new and rather thrilling high ropes course and 24 foot climbing wall on-site), bird watching tours, mountain trekking and biking, and even yoga.
The accommodation consists of sixteen independent cottages and three family cottages, all enclosed with air conditioning. The family cottages are great for parents travelling with older kids, as they have either interconnecting rooms or a duplex layout.
The vibe is simple, comfortable, and eco-friendly with great meals and top-notch service. It’s not a luxury retreat, rather, the place to come for some seriously thrilling outdoor adventure. At Atali Ganga, you can trust that the guides and all staff have your best interests at heart and are keen to share their passion for the area and the hotel with you.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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Family Himalayan Adventure
Perfect for Easter, this off-the-beaten track family adventure will take in majestic scenery, soft trekking and wildlife in the lower Himalayas.
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