River Rafting, Orchha - MPTourism

Orchha - Central India’s paradise for river rafting!


Orchha is a town of historical importance, founded by the Bundela king, Rudra Pratap Singh in the 16th century, it is settled on the banks of river Betwa. The majestic town of Orchha is recognised for sightseeing of its remarkable chhattris (cenotaphs), palaces, forts and divine temple

Discover the magical history of Orchha preserved in its monuments that are clustered in the radius of two –kilometres. Another way to wallow in bygone era is to attend the popular sound and light show organised at the Orchha palace complex which displays the glorious history of Orchha through its spellbinding audio-visual show.

From Jahangir Mahal to Chhattris, Ram Raja Temple to Raj Mahal, there are tremendous tourist spots to explore in Orchha. Besides taking a walking tour to these phenomenal places, one can indulge in some water activities organised at the Betwa River. If you are someone who is not afraid of water-based recreational activities and love aqua adventure then sports like river rafting will definitely make you happy.

Settled in the lap of green surroundings and enormous cenotaphs, the colossal Betwa River in Orchha flows right from the Vindhya Range and immerse into the Yamuna. One can enjoy river rafting in the gleaming water of the river while adoring the view of the grand ancient architectures including the Orchha Chhattris as a backdrop.

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