Most people think that Coorg is only worth visiting for exploring coffee estates and mountains views. However, this tranquil hill station can be thrilling if you choose river rafting in one of its raging rivers. The most sought after river is Barapole that runs through the area before entering the neighboring state, Kerala. The slope of the Western Ghats via which this speedy river flows, pouring rains in the area, and the mountainous landscape tend to facilitate the sport. The unfading thrill lasts up to 3 km while you pass from a few ingeniously named rapids such as the Morning Coffee, the Ramba Samba, and the Wicked Witch. Rafting facilities are available along the stretch before the stream passes through the Brahmagiri sanctuary. For ensured thrill, you need to book a white water rafting package in advance from organizers such as Barapole River Rafting and Southern River Adventures. These organizers offer safety requirements such as life jackets and helmets that you need to use compulsorily. You need to be of at last 14 years for experiencing the sport. However, having a swimming experience is not mandatory. Homestays in Coorg can prove to be your best accommodation options, as it offers some effective guidance on the same.