Adventure is the hallmark of youth and youth is the face of India! Thus, adventure activities in the country are always on high demand. With the abundant grace of nature, India can successfully meet all the demands of these adrenaline, demanding a quick surge of blood! If you are of this type and are open to all kinds of adventures, today I will give you information about the various adventure activities you can try your hand at!

1. Chadar Trek in Ladakh:

Experience a frozen river walk while facing various challenges. Chadar trek in Ladakh can be an exciting experience. Only during the winter season, i.e. January – February, the trek takes place on the Zanskar River, which freezes and is covered with a thick blanket of snow. During the trek, one can enjoy the valleys of the valley covered with thick blankets of snow.

Location: Zanskar River, Ladakh

2. White River Rafting in Rishikesh:

When we think of the river’s adventurous performance, Rishikesh stands in the league. Rishikesh is the capital of river rafting in India, where the holy Ganges River flows, giving a grade I-V speed. River rafting in Rishikesh can be an ultimate experience. Drowning in the waters of the Ganges gives exciting adventure games.

Rafting on this holy river, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the majestic Himalayas covered with lush green. Charged by professional rafters, you will be guided for an accident-free rafting experience. While in Rishikesh one can visit the most loved places of Rishikesh!

WHILE YOU ARE IN RISHIKESH: Bungee Jumping Experience in Rishikesh

 Location: There are different locations for river rafting. Brahmpuri to NIM Beach (9 kms), Brahmpuri to Rishikesh (12kms), Shivpuri to Rishikesh (16kms), Marine Drive to Rishikesh (24kms) and Kaudiyala to Rishikesh (34kms)

Price: The price for per person could be around Rs 450- 1850/- per person depending on the kms chosen.

Best Time: Except monsoon, one can go for river rafting in months between February to November.

3. Jim Corbett Safari- Uttarakhand:

Want to encounter India’s rich wild animals, especially tigers? Then Jim Corbett National Park is your destination. Home to some exotic wildlife, this national park spread over 13184 sq km is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Tourists can take a jeep safari that will take you to the entire national park. If you are lucky enough, you will face the royal tiger of Jim Corbett. There are different zones – Dhikala zone, Bijrani zone, Sonanadi zone and Durga Devi zone.

Best Time to Visit: If you are planning to explore this national park so plan in mid-October to mid-June. Visiting during monsoon isn’t a good idea.

Location: Ramnagar, Nainital District, Uttarakhand

4. Scuba Diving in Andaman:

The deep clear blue waters and gorgeous sea life make the Andaman a truly magical place to visit. The sea life of Andaman is a lifetime experience to find out which is worth an adventure trip. There are many things you can’t miss, from scorpion fish and octopus to sharks and coral reefs. Some diving sites in Andaman are – The Wall (Havelock Island), Klinak Island (Port Blair) and Fish Rock (Passage Island).

Best Time to Visit: January to May is the best time when the island remains calm and this time is also better for scuba diving.

Honeymoon in Andaman is also an amazing experience

5. Roopkund Trek- Uttarakhand: 

If underline trekking is your favorite thing, then Roopkund trek is the destination you should love. Located at an elevation in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, one can go up to a height of 3200 meters. The trek is known to increase enthusiasm and so adventurers must walk to revive this land. Roopkund trek is known for its magical landscape, which you will experience in every pass.

Do not miss the “lake of mysteries”, which can be reached after passing through the range of forests and brooding. One of the exciting parts of this trek is “Mystery Lake”, also known as Roopkund Lake, which is 15500 feet above sea level and is home to a hundred skeletons.

Location: To explore Roopkund trek,I highly recommend you to visit Chamoli districts which is located at the base of the two Himalayan peaks: Trisul and Nanda Ghunti.

Best Time to visit: In between May-June just before the monsoon is the best time to visit in Roopkund Trek. 

6. Manali to Leh Bike Trip:

Imagine riding your bike across the valleys and a never ending road, and the path gives you a majestic view of the snow-capped mountain. Isn’t it a wonderful experience? A bike trip to the Himalayan region provides a high dose of adrenaline experience. Manali to Leh Bike Tour is a chance to explore the journey of various hallucinations.

Stop in the Sapphire lakes, valley mountains, drink a hot tea in the region’s Tipri. There is something magical in the fragile air of this route that turns bikers beyond their ability. The bike trek usually starts from Manali, a delightful town on the banks of the Beas River and will continue on high-road routes including the Khardungla Pass, known as the world’s highest motorbike street.

Routes Covered: Manali- Jispa- Sarchu- Leh- Khardungla Pass

Best Time: July to September is the ideal period for bike trip from Manali to Leh.

7. Bir-Billing:

The rolling hills and meadows encircling the villages of Bir and Billing perfectly portray a rancor of the rustic statue. But what gets your attention is the countless paragliders that thrive on thermals. This region of Himachal Pradesh is considered one of the finest paragliding destinations in the world.

8. Thattekad Bird Sanctuary:

Gifted with dense deciduous and tropical evergreen forests, this small beautiful bird sanctuary is a paradise for bird watchers. Tucked in Kothamangalam in Ernakulam district, Kerala, it is a wonderful place to see rare endemic avian species including Crimson-backed sunbird, Raufus babbler, Malabar gray hornbill, Ceylon basal and Malayan night heron.

9. Sikkim:

You can not ignore “LAND OF LEPCHAS” when it comes to the thrilling adventure like mountaineering. With its mountainous landscape, Sikkim rules the mind of the top winner from all over the world. Mount Pandim, Mount Thinchinchang, Mount Jopunu and of course the mighty Kanchenjunga to set your pulse racing.

10. Caving in Meghalaya:

This state of Northeast India is the most beautiful place in all sense. It is worth every penny they have to discover some of the best treasures. Enchanting caves, beautiful waterfalls and majestic mountains. Caving can be the most happening adventure in Meghalaya. The Khasi Hills and the Jaintia Hills are the two most popular hills, enriched with esoteric caves. Other options to search are – Krem Mavikdrop, Krem Dam, Krem Lymput and Krem Mawzimbuin. 

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit Meghalaya caves is during the winter from December to March