India's Top 10 Riverside Destinations!

Written By

Gopika Vc

Manali's sky-high mountains and clear Beas River fascinate Indians. Spend some time beside the Beas River and go through the Deodhar trees.

Manali - Beas River

This riverside location is on the Brahmaputra. Take a boat from Jorhat to Majuli, Asia's largest river island. You can also fish and kayak in the river.

Dibrugarh - Brahmaputra River

Jim Corbett National Park, a wildlife sanctuary on the Ramganga River, is home to many species of flora and animals. 

Jim Corbett National Park - Ramganga River

Kabini's elephants, deer, gaur, and other wildlife make it attractive. The best way to appreciate this riverfront setting is to tent along its peaceful riverbanks.

Kabini - River Kabini

Darjeeling's pristine beauty and British charm have enchanted many. Try water activities in Darjeeling's bordering river Teesta since most tourists visit the hills.

Darjeeling - Teesa River

Coorg is enchanted by River Barapole. To appreciate the beauty of this river, you need to visit its uncommercialized side.

Coorg - Barapole River

Godavari River lets you connect with nature. You can take a boat to the hillside campsite and watch the sunrise.

Papikondalu - Godavari River

Trekkers and adventurers love Dhankar, a high-altitude destination on the Spiti River. This riverbank trek might be special.

Dhankar - Spiti River

Dandeli, Karnataka, on the Kali River, offers Jungle Safari, Bird Watching, Rafting, Kayaking, and Coracle rides, but cap the day with a riverside campfire.

Dandeli - Kali River

The Zanskar River freezes most of the year. However, the river makes up the Chadar hike, known for its beauty. Water stokes in lofty mountains are exhilarating.

Chadar - Zanskar River