Indian subcontinent is blessed with a unique topography. The
south is surrounded by the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and
the Arabian Sea on all three sides. This places it in the unique
position of being able to offer some excellent locations for all
kinds of water sports, as well as stunning views of marine life
and coral reefs. Scuba diving and snorkeling are two of the
best-loved water adventure activities, specially off the coasts
of the archipelago of the Andaman and Nicobar and the
Lakshadweep, where the underwater scenery and coral reefs are
undeniably one of the best in the world. Indias numerous natural
as well as man-made lakes provide ideal opportunities for water
lovers to have an exciting time on paddleboats, water scooters,
speedboats and hovercrafts, as well as enjoy the beautiful
surroundings. For those who are more interested in quieter
sports are the adventures of angling and fishing in pristine and
peaceful riverside sites that abound in India!
For the northern boundary of the Indian subcontinent is bound by
the towering snow clad Himalayan range that provides thrilling
ski trails as well as expedition routes. The glaciers offer
beautiful and pristine locales, which are thankfully tucked away
from the pollution and teeming crowds of the urban areas. The
unblemished and pure snowy carpets are a delight to every eye
and provide magnificent views of the surrounding peaks of the
Himalayas. Adventure seekers can hand-glide their way across
treetops and unexplored terrains, and feel the wind coursing
through their hair or they can go up in a hot air balloon and
gain an aerial view of areas that are inaccessible by road.
The wildlife buffs also have plenty of opportunities to go
camping in the wilds of India. Wildlife safaris and wildlife
adventure camps are exciting holiday options full of lion and
tiger sightings, elephant back riding, camping under the stars.
Youll feel your heart beat rise as you catch a glimpse of a
cheetah or tiger prowling in the under growth, and the
anticipation and terror of meeting a lion face to face will be
your companion through out! Camel safaris in the desert are
hardy experiences that are bound to thrill even the toughest
adventure buff. Moving with the rhythm of your camel you will
feel like a nomad responding to the inner urges of your soul to
roam the breadth of the desert, you first love and only home.
The mobile machan still remains the most popular means of
transportation on the sun soaked sand. The desert and the camel
safaris are excellent ways to get the first hand experience of
the rural lifestyles in the royal state of India for an
Biking and motorcycling in the mountains are the two other
adventure activities that will need you to be in perfect
physical condition, for the travel can be weary and hard, even
though the sights absolutely breathtaking. The entire adventure
is exhilarating and will give you a tremendous sense of
achievement! whichever the adventure activity you finally decide
upon, incomparable India is sure to have it for you! The highest
of the mountains and the bluest of the seas are just waiting for
you to take a trip to this enthralling adventure country!
India is an angler's paradise.
This sport has existed from the days of British Raj,
not as popular as it is around the world,
is gathering momentum very fast. The wide variety of fishes, innumerable fresh
water streams and beautiful countryside as backdrop provide a perfect ambience
to attract tourist for Angling. Angling in India can be conveniently classified
The Barbus Tor, popularly called the Mahseer or the Tiger
of the Indian Rivers, is one of the largest freshwater fish and one of the
greatest fighting fish in the world. It is natural to Indian lakes and streams
and can attain sizes upto 5.5 ft and weigh over 50 kgs. Mahseer is generally
found in the rivers of the Terai regions of the Himalayas, the Shivalik Hills in
the north, and the river Kaveri in the south, where it has been fished for
successfully with rod and line. The areas where angling for Mahseer can be
River Beas (Himachal Pradesh and Punjab): Best period is February -May
and September -November.
River Jhelum (J&K): Best period is May-June and September-October.
River Ganga: Stretch above Tehri (10 km)
Gangalehri: Connected by a motorable track off the main
Haridwar-Rishikesh Road. Best period is September-November and February-May.
River Bhoroli (Arunachal): The river is fished between Tipee and
Bhalukpong as it flows through the Balipara reserved forest.
River Manas (Assam): Best period is October-April. Note: Foreign
Nationals require restricted area permits from the Ministry of Home Affairs to
visit this area.
River Kaveri (Karnataka): Best period is November-March.
fishing: Unlike the Mahseer, the Trout is not indigenous to Indian
waters. The Snow Trout is however fond in all high altitude streams and lakes.
It was introduced into various predetermined lakes and river in various parts of
the country. Trout hatcheries are in operation in the Kashmir valley, Kullu
valley. Agoda near Uttrakashi and Avalanche in the Nilgiris. The Snow Trout is
however, touch in all high altitude streams and lakes.
Majot Trout Waters in
Kashmir: River Sindh, River Lidder, River Bringhi, Kokemag Verinag, High
fishing: Sea fishing as a sport has not bet been well developed in India.
But there is a good variety of game fish off the coasts of India like Baracuda,
Mullet, Perch, Tuna, Marlin, Blue Marlin, Sail Fish and Sear. So the
enterprising angler can put together a rewarding and memorable trip in some very
exotic regions of India.
Best Season for Fishing : September to November and from mid February to
Be it Ballooning, hang gliding
or Para gliding, India offers excellent locations and facilities at Kangra,
Dasauli, Dharmasala, Shimla, Pune, Indore, Mysore, Udhagamandalam and Shilong.
Except for the monsoon season, Para gliding and hang gliding are safe through
out the year.
Trekking and Rock Climbing
The main attraction of the
summer months in the Himalayan states is trekking and mountain climbing.
Trekkers, without any prior experience, can easily manage the altitudes the
range from 2500 to 4000 meters above sea level in the hilly areas of Jammu and
Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Sikkim. In Ladakh, the Nun Kun
Massif, The Zanskar group, The central Himalayas, Arunachal Pradesh, Nanda devi,
Kamet and Dunagiri offer challenging peaks for mountaineering.
Indian Himalayas is prime Safari in India, be it on a jeep, a bike, cycle or an
elephant!! And can well be described as one of the last travel frontiers on
Winter sports in India are centered around Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal
Pradesh. Skiing usually starts by the end of DECEMBER and lasts till the end of
MARCH. Gulmarg in Kashmir, Auli in Uttar Pradesh and Manali in Himachal Pradesh
provide good snow ski slopes. Heli skiing in Manali and Gulmarg provides an
enormous varieties of ski runs and routes.
India's coastal states are good for water sports during OCTOBER and MARCH. Goa
is blend d serenity
and excitement down a 10km coastline studded with some of the world's most
beautiful beaches. Lakshadweep offers excellent wind surfing, Snorkeling and
Scuba diving in the crystal clear waters of the lagoons which surround each
Best season for River Rafting: APRIL to SEPTEMBER.
THE INDIAN RIVERS:
The Ganga, especially, is the river of India, beloved of her
people, round which are intertwined her memories, her hopes and fears, her songs
of triumph, her victories and her defeats. She has been a symbol of India's
age-long culture and civilization, ever changing, ever flowing, and yet ever the
Rudraprayag, the confluence of the majestic Alaknanda and the
pellucid Mandakini, has its origins in one of the legends associated with Lord
Shiva. Invoke the lord's blessings with a 'jay bam bhole' and Heidi ho! Off you
go on this exciting 135 Km river rafting tour, a river rafting tour that you
have never had and never will.
Bhagirathi: The mighty Bhagirathi has its origin at Gaumukh, where it
emanates from the Gangotri glacier. It flows for approximately 300 kms from the
source through breathtaking scenery to reach Deoprayag, where it is joined by
the river Alaknanda to form Ganges, the mightiest and holiest of all rivers in
For the uninitiated - the River Tons is the largest tributary of the River
Yamuna, and unlike the Yamuna it is teeming with life and its eternal freshness.
The water, so clear that it seems right of the mountains, its flow through this
scenic terrain makes you feel a part of its timelessness.
Best Season: May -
July (depending upon the condition of the river).
The Kali River drains some of the world's tallest mountains, and
carries with it the melting snow of the majestic Himalayas on a relentless rush
to the sea. For part of its course, in its upper reaches, the Kali forms the
international border between India and Nepal. A self-contained river journey
down this river is one of the prime options in this part of the Himalaya.
Best Season: October - April
provide exciting adventure tour packages that combine travel in India with the
adventure sport or adventure activity of your choice. Be it going on a rafting
expedition down the mighty Indian rivers, or fishing and angling in the
beautiful calm of the lower reaches of the Himalayas, we are sure to have a
holiday package adventure tour that will be perfect for you in every way.
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