White Water Rafting at Barapole coorg
Barapole Dam, Barapole

★ 4.3/5

  • One of the most challenging rafting
  • Rapids are exotically named, Morning Coffee, Grasshopper




The Upper Barapole River drains the eastern flanks of Brahmagiri Ghats. A catchment area of enormous rainfall during the south west monsoon, which provides run off into the upper stretches of the Barapole River, known as Kithu Kakathu River. Then pouring into a small gorge we get the first section of good rapids which can become rather difficult in higher water levels. After a 4 km calm section the river then drops through several kilometres of class 3, 4 and even class 5 rapids before it enters Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary plummeting over a 120 feet falls. We run 3 stretches of this highly technical and (in high water levels) very difficult class 3 to 4 rapids. It is one of the most challenging rafting available for the general public in South India. Rapids are exotically named, Morning Coffee, Grasshopper, Wicked Witch and finally & Big Bang.

Start Point: KKR Junction, Barapole
Timings – 9 AM to 3 PM (Daily)
Duration: 1 – 2 Hours
Minimum People needed - 1 Pax
Maximum People needed - 50

1150/ Water Rafting per person

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Barapole Dam

Kacherikadavu -Palathinkadavu Rd, Heggala, Karnataka 571218, India

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