Adventure

Adventure

General Information About tour



Rishikesh- Bungee Jumping

With the highest, 83-freaking-meters of Bungee Jumping podium, Rishikesh is one of the best destinations to enjoy the ecstasy of weightlessness. You can indulge in other adventure sports in Rishikesh, too like river rafting, kayaking, mountain climbing, and paragliding.

 

Auli- Skiing

Auli is Located in Chamoli district of Garhwal region, Auli is a famous skiing destination of Uttarakhand state of India and has some of the most stunning slopes in the world that are ideal for winter skiing. It is counted among the most preferred choice among professional skiiers and adventure lovers from around the globe. The gradients in Auli are covered with Oak and Deodar forests, which helps skiiers by decresing the speed of chilling winds. The best time for skiing in Auli is from January to March.

 

Manali-  Mountaineering

Manali, with its soothing backdrop of the Himalayas, offers a blend of peace and adventure that makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations. You can do as little or as much you want there. It’s a magical place bordered by cool pine forest and the raging Beas River, which give it a special energy. Anyone looking for thrilling adventure sports will love Manali. Fishing, white water rafting, skiing, mountaineering, and hiking are all on offer in or around Manali.

 

 

Nainital- Rock climbing , Jim Corbett National Park

Nainital derives its name from Naini lake, also called “city of Nine Lakes”. It is located in the Kumaon region.It shines as a glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains ,where you can go boating on Naini Lake, take nature walks, and go horse riding and rock climbing.

 

Jim Corbett National Park

In the foothills of Himalayas, Jim Corbett National Park is the place for adventure sports, including jungle safaris, wildlife camps, and jungle camps. In the park, people often spot animals such as chital, sambhar, and various other deer species, and the dense jungle can be explored in a two-hour elephant safari.

 

GOA- Snorkeling, Flyboarding

Goa is the best alternative to the mountains for anyone looking for adventure and adrenaline in India. There are almost 100 operators to offer you just about every type of adventure activity imaginable, including water sports, go-karting, scuba diving and snorkeling, hiking, fishing, and dolphin (and crocodile!) sightseeing trips. The Goa Hiking Association organizes a major trekking program in October each year.

 

Flyboarding

You go to Goa and don’t head for some water fun.Goa is the ultimate destination for water adventure sports in India. But water sports have taken a huge leap here with launch of internationally popular ‘Flyboarding’. You can try the crazy stunt at Baina beach in Goa. 

 

 

Rajasthan- Hot air ballooning

Rajasthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The state witnesses a high inflow of domestic and foreign tourists every year. The sunny weather of Jodhpur, the beautiful sand dunes of the Thar Desert, Excellent desert camel safaris are offered in and around Jaisalmer and Bikaner. Alternatively, it's possible to go hot air ballooning in India around Jaipur, Pushkar, and Ranthambore National Park.

 

 

 

Kerala- Parasailing , Flying Fox Adventure

if you are aiming for some rejuvenation for your body and soul through natural treatment ,and specially adventure activity you cannot think of a place other than Kerala. Kerala, has a lot to offer to tourists. Awesome inspiring beaches,majestic hill tops and of course adventurous activity like watching an Aerial view of Payyambalam beach, Kerala with your group of friends? It would be a thrilling experience to watch the blue Arabian Sea while sailing over it in sky. You can go up till 300 ft.

 

Flying Fox Adventure

Travel above the high hills, valleys and rivers in Kerala during a captivating adventure sport called Flying Fox. You are tied to a high lying rope that’s tied to the two opposite mountain tops. You swing from one end and reach the other. This sport will surely make your vacation extremely adventurous. You may also enjoy trampoline, mountaineering and a few waters sports in Kerala.

 

 

Mysore- Skydiving

Once in your life, you must have desired to fly freely like a bird. This is your chance! Go for skydiving and let yourself loose! Scared to risk your life? Send your friend ahead of you! Kidding. Go with an expert. Mysore is the best place to undertake this adventurous trip in India with fascinating view of blue sky and extreme greenery sprawled across the valley.

 

 

Madhya Pradesh- Satpura Mountains – Rock climbing

With bold terrain, Satpura mountain range in Madhya Pradesh offers remarkable rock climbing extravaganza. Along with Satpura other places in Madhya Pradesh like Pachmarhi, Jabalpur and Chanderi are also extremely interesting places if your gang enjoys rock sports, mountain climbing and such adventure sports in India.

 

Andaman and Nicobar Islands-  Scuba Diving (Near An Active Volcano)

Serene and secluded Barren Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands offer adventurous scuba diving experience. Dive into crystal clear pristine water and savor the view of coral gardens and fascinating basalt formations that’ll stay in your memory for the longest time. It is a good spot to try adventure sports of India which pertains to water.

 


Leh and Ladakh- Trekking trails

Leh is the most common entry point to India's far northern region of Ladakh. This place has become a popular tourist destination since Ladakh was opened to foreigners in 1974. It offers two of the world’s largest mountain ranges, Alpine desert, and dry Barren landscape full of historic Buddhist monasteries. Nature and adventure lovers will find excellent hiking and para gliding opportunities. There are also many longer trekking trails to choose from, as well as white water rafting and travel on Khardung La, the world's highest motorable road.


 

Pokhara- Canyoning , Rafting , Kayaking

Pokhara in Nepal offers many adventure activities – from rafting and kayaking on its many rivers to hiking the Himalayan hills, there is something for everyone. Offbeat activities include exploring caves, zip-lining down a sheer drop of 600 metres and canyoning – jumping and sliding down multiple cascading waterfalls!