The challenge of holding your balance in the midst of speedy water is what river rafting is all about. Pakistan with a large network of rivers is the place to be if you wish to enjoy the thrills of rafting. The rivers in Pakistan exude every bit for those, in need of a bit of training; there are quick courses on offer too. The Northern areas Pakistan possess great potential for white and wild water sports. The rapids of these streams and rivers provide the ultimate adventure and thrill in mountain water sports and lend themselves to canoeing, The Rivers of Pakistan are spread like a net through its length & breadth. Right from the heights of Karakorum’s, The Himalayas and the Hindukash, Pakistani reveres change courses and flows until they all meet the mighty Indus, at different points which ultimately falls into the Arabian Sea. These rivers are ideal for all kinds of water sports like rafting, boating, & sailing. Pakistan offers a number of wonderful opportunities for white water rafting. The high mountain peaks on its northern area Pakistan and these snow capped mountains and glaciers are what give birth to gurgling rivers that tumble down from the Karakoram, the Himalayas and the Hindukush to plains of Pakistan before meeting at the Arabian Sea.

These rivers in the north of Pakistan offer wonderful opportunity for white water sports. Some of the rivers that make great white water sports in Pakistan are the Indus Skardu Blitstan, Gilgit, Hunza, Kunar, You can enjoy river rafting, canoeing and kayaking in these rivers. The Indus northern Pakistan provides wonderful opportunities for water sports. Some of the places that you can visit for water sports in Pakistan are from Naran to Kaghan on the Kunhar; from Dir to Batkhela on the Pankora; from Jaglot to Thakot on the Indus and from Aliabad to Gilgit on Hunza River and Shyok River from Khaplu to Skardu. The Shyok River is a river flowing through Ladakh and the disputed Northern Areas of Pakistan (Ghangche District). Shyok River (a tributary of the Indus) originates from the Rimo glacier, one of the tongues of Siachin Glacier and becomes very wide at the confluence with the Nubra River (a tributary of Shyok, originating from Siachin Glacier.

So if a streak with adventure is what you are looking forward on your holidays, Pakistan is a wonderful place to explore. Come and get wet on the rivers of Pakistan.