6 Major Places for Adventure Sports in India

Himachal Adventure Sports
Himachal:Himachal means 'Land of Snow' in Hindi. The physiography of Himachal Pradesh is portrayed with an intricate mosaic of hills, valleys, fast flowing & turbulent rivers and soaring high mountains covered with snow. And like three circles bound together by high ranges, narrow passes, fast flowing rivers and a rich cultural tradition, the tracts of Kinnaur, Spiti and Lahaul seems to hold the essence of the 2500 km long Himalayas. It is said that trekking in India originated in Himalayas as far back as eighty years ago. Deep valleys, covered with rich and luxuriant vegetations filled with a vast variety of flora and fauna promises that enthusiastic trekker a thrilling and unforgettable experience. Camping is perhaps the best way to enjoy the wonders of Nature bestowed upon India. Enjoy the wilderness of areas such as Himachal and share the warmth of its people. Camping sites offer a number of homely facilities for those who are weary and for others we provide our own imported Eurohike tents.

The best season for Adventure Sport in Himachal is May to October

Sikkim Adventure Sports
Sikkim:An archaic land with a rich culture, close knit traditions and orthodox religion that Sikkim is, adventure also finds equal footage here. Embedded like a precious jewel in the snow clad mountains, the state of Sikkim is an ideal destination for travelers in quest of fascination, composure or adventure. Sikkim is a trekker’s paradise. It has been blessed with an unspoiled nature, geographical conditions and variety of flora and fauna that offers a lot for lovers of adventure tourism i.e. trekking, tours, mountaineering and mountain biking. Paragliding is one more addition to its endless list of adventure and excitement which Sikkim offers.A trip will take you over some of the best scenery in Sikkim, as you share airspace with Himalayan eagles and float over villages, monasteries, temples and jungle, with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalaya.White Water Rafting is an adventure hill sport, which is relatively new in Sikkim. River Teesta and its tributary Rangeet offer a series of rapids with varying intensity, and character.
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