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Skiing in India
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Holidays could mean a lot of fun if you are aware of the famous things-to-do options and are rightly geared up for the sport. Adventure has its own unique interpretation in India and you’ll truly be delighted to indulge in, whether a novice or a seasoned junkie.

Skiing
Skiing in India
Rafting
Rafting in India
Camping
Camping in India
Safaris
Jungle safari in India
Trekking
Trekking in India
Angling
Angling & Fishing in India

Skiing
Skiing in IndiaIf you are visiting India between January and March, skiing can be one of the finest options to indulge yourself in high-adrenaline activities. To attend to the needs of avid adventurers, India has come up with some of the most advanced and reasonable ski resorts in the world. You have myriad of skiing locales in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, the hills of Garhwal and Kumaon and Himachal Pradesh along with the northeastern states of India. The most popular options with tourists include skiing at Gulmarg in Jammu & Kashmir, Auli in Garhwal, Munsiyari in Kumaon and Manal, Kufri and Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh.

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Rafting
Rafting in IndiaRiver rafting is a sport of choice for all those who are physically fit and without any fear of water. Whether you are a professional or an amateur, India welcomes rafters of all abilities. The rivers originating from the Upper Himalayas are known to be the best to ride through. Rivers like Ganges (Uttaranchal), Teesta (Sikkim), Brahamputra (Arunachal Pradesh & Assam), Beas (Himachal Pradesh) and Zanskar (Ladakh) among others are some of the most renowned rafting sites in India. So, be ready to see the rivers cut against rocky banks, crash into rocks and split into excellent white water rapids. Don’t ever worry about expert guides, top quality rafting equipment and rafting gear – it’s all there.

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Camping
Camping in IndiaPlanning to reconnect with nature? Camping can be an ideal option for you. You have the option to camp in the desert, in the mountains, by lakes and streams, in a forested valley or a meadow. The Himalayan regions including Lahaul, Kinnaur and Spiti in Himachal Pradesh, Chitrauli, Chilla, Corbett and Nainital in Uttaranchal, the mountainous regions of Nepal, backwaters of Kerala and the Thar Desert in Rajasthan are great camping sites. From family weekend packages and wildlife camping to summer and winter camping options, you have a wide range to choose from, plus you can also indulge in activities like angling, hiking, cycling, kayaking etc.

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Jungle Safari
Jungle Safari in IndiaIndia boasts 86 national parks and 481 wildlife sanctuaries. From some of the most endangered animal species to the rarest of them, an Indian wildlife safari promises a lot. Wildlife lovers from all over the world arrive here to watch species like Royal Bengal Tiger (Sunderbans, Bandipur, Ranthambore & Corbett), Siberian Crane (Sariska & Bharatpur), Asiatic Lion (Gir), Indian one-horned Rhino (Kaziranga & Manas) and the Indian Elephant (Periyar, Dudhwa & Mudumalai). The Black Buck (Kanha, Ranthambore & Corbett) and the endemic Nilgiri Tahr (Niligiri Hills & Southern Western Ghats) also invite a good number of visitors.

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Trekking
Trekking in IndiaTrekking happens to be a nice option for those planning adventure holidays in India. A trekking expedition brings you closer to nature, its wonders and to those lonesome folks who call the hilly terrain home. Adventurers can choose from low (below 3,000 m) and moderate (below 4,500 m) to strenuous (up to 5,500 m) trails. Trekkers can head to places like Garhwal and Kumaon, Chamba, Ladakh, Zanskar, Lahaul-Spiti, Kullu, Kangra, Sikkim and Darjeeling. You can enjoy trekking in the Himalayan ranges between March and May and from September to November. People below the age of 16 and above 60 years are discouraged from taking part in the activity.

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Angling/Fishing
Angling & Fishing in IndiaHardly do the visitors to India have any idea that India is also an angler’s paradise. The eco-friendly sport can be enjoyed in the coastal areas, the foothills of the Himalayas and the southern region of Nepal. The delight of trout fishing and the excitement of catching a large mahaseer or even a larger goonch can be as much as to last you a lifetime. The Tirthan Valley of Himachal Pradesh, the Brahamputra River in Assam, Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh and Ramganga and Kosi Rivers in Uttaranchal are some of the best known angling sites in the country. It is ideal to plan your angling tours between September and March.

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India is incredible that’s why tourists keep flocking to the country year after year. Travelling to India is not a journey but an experience that lets you discover an amazing world beyond your own. Touring through the northern part of the Indian subcontinent is a wonderful opportunity to see some of the best India has to offer. From the world-renowned Taj and the spiritual Varanasi to lake-studded Srinagar and the very legendary Rajasthan, travellers will surely have the time of their lives, once they have set foot on the Indian soil. North India brings to you a perfect mix of the well known and the hidden India. We promise that by the time you leave, you’ll already be planning another visit to this land of wonders.

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