MOUNTAIN BIKING IN LADAKH
Leh Ladakh, lying on the northern tip of India’s frontiers, is surely exceptional in its regal beauty. Biking around Ladakh will not only dig you out of your fantasy, but even put you straight into reality with peaceful out-backs and almost where your heart wants to. Terrifying mountain passes, awe-inspiring beauty making it one heck of an adventure.
SKIING IN GULMARG
A destination that’s as breathtakingly stunning as it’s adventurous—Gulmarg has, over the years, become a magnet for those who love the thrill of skiing on its mountains pine-fringed and blanketed in snow.. Gulmarg is one of the popular ski and snow-boarding destinations.
TREKKING IN ZANSKAR
Trekking in Zanskar is an adventure into one of the only truly remote frontiers in the country. The ancient monasteries and isolated kingdom are the alluring beauties which you surely don’t want it to be missed.
SCUBA DIVING IN ANDAMAN ISLANDS
Andaman and Nicobar is home to a distinct marine life—one that is an attraction for those who love underwater life. The islands offer many opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving as well other water sports.
TREKKING AND CAMPING IN SIKKIM
One of the smallest states in the country Sikkim amazingly also possesses topography stretching from tropical all the way up to alpine. Along with inspiring nature, its home to old monasteries and extremely pretty towns.
WHITE WATER RAFTING IN RISHIKESH
Fenced by the fast-flowing river Ganga and hills, Rishikesh is a spot for water rafting adventures through a section of rapids. While rafting draws the most visitors to Rishikesh, it’s totally possible to camp on the riverfront and relax by bonfires under the stars.
JUNGLE SAFARI AT JIM CORBETT junkies
This sprawling sanctuary for tigers and number of other species is one of India’s top retreat for wildlife admirers.
PARAGLIDING IN MANALI
With mountain adventures beckoning from all directions, Manali is the perfect hotspot for those who are looking for an adventure. Trekking, paragliding, rafting and skiing are not to be missed in this spot.
A twelve-hour distance from Delhi, Auli, India’s main ski resort, is a pleasant destination situated in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. Temperature drops to -4 degrees during January- March, and ski enthusiasts gravitate here.
NATURE WALKS IN DHARAMSALA
For those who like walking in the hills but don’t want to stick to full- fledged treks, Dharamsala, with its pine-fresh air, soft breeze and magnificent glimpse of the Dhauladhar range, is a perfect retreat.