Riverside campground

Druk Rafting Service

Punakha, Bhutan

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White water rafting, freedom camping and panoramic views
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Description And Features

Druk rafting service is located on the banks of the Mo Chu river in Punakha. It is run by the people who grew up here and know the river like the back of their hands. You can learn the different techniques across multiple stages of white water rafting in Bhutan in the chilled water of Mo Chu river that begins straight from the glaciers. The drive toward Punakha from Thimphu would take around 2 hours and is extremely enjoyable courtesy of well built and safely banked roads. On this drive, you can see captivating panoramic views of the valleys, rivers and high mountains with the gentle and fresh winds of Bhutan brushing on your face. Distance/Time from Guwahati: 408.4 km / 10 and a half-hour drive


  • Toilet
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Pets
  • charging points
  • Drinking Water
  • Barbeque
  • Bonfire
  • Picnic Table>
  • Breakfast



More than two waterfalls near 10km range.


Visite nearby places.


More than five cliffs near 10km range.


Refresh yourself while boating in fresh water lakes.


More than 10 lakes in the area.

Local Farm Visit

Visit to the local farm.

River Beach

Get the feel of beach and not caring about the tides.


Swim from the core of your heart.


let's go fishing!

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Rafting in the Mo Chu river

5.6 miles of rafting in 10 rapids of level 1 and 2 for 1 and a half hours, sounds like too much fun, doesn't it? The trained professionals guide you through the gentle rapids and you only have to paddle in some parts of the river to maintain the course and line. Towards the end of the course, you get a completely different perspective of the Punakha Dzong from the riverside.

Visit the Punakha Dzong

The architechtural marvel is the second oldest and the second largest dzong in Bhutan. It is situated at the intersection of the Mo Chu and Pho Chu rivers in Punakha valley. Fun fact, this entire structure was built in 1637 without using a single nail.

Visit the Punakha suspension bridge

One of the oldest suspension bridges in the world and the second-longest in Bhutan, this bridge has gone under years of renovation. It was built to connect the Samdingkha and Wangkha villages back in the days and holds major architectural and cultural importance in the history of Bhutan.