Indus River is one of the longest rivers in India. The River is originates from sacred Lake Mansarovar in Tibet. It enters to the Jammu and Kashmir in southeastern Ladakh at an elevation of 4,200 meters. Then it follows through Ladakh region and Zanskar region in northern side. The valley of Indus adds to the beauty of Ladakh region and invites tourists in large number to experience the beauty of scenic Jammu and Kashmir. River Rafting in Indus River is one of the important activities for the tourists in the region. It also offers opportunities of trout fishing to the anglers. The confluence of Indus River with Zanskar River is an incredibly eye-catching sight to spot in Ladakh region.