Holidays in Hill Stations of India Tour Full of Adventure Activities
In almost every part of India, there is a variety of trekking adventure options awaiting the trekker, some soft, others not so. In this vast wonderland, trekking holiday itineraries from one to four weeks or more provide endless opportunities for discovery for the trekker.
India has got pretty good options as far as water sports is concerned. And if you do not fear water, then you have got real exciting watery packages for your holiday adventure tours that are full of adventure activities, which include White Water Rafting, Water Skiing, Canoeing and Kayaking, Scuba Diving, Snorkelling, Angling and Fishing.
The magic behind River Rafting adventure holiday also referred, as White Water Rafting is the extreme and never-ending thrills and excitement activities in the untamed rivers. The rivers in the upper Himalayas are among the best in the world for river rafting sports, with many staircase rapids that challenge the body and spirit of the river runner.
The hill stations of India have all the ingredients for adventure packed with excitement and thrills and lots of adventure activities in the unexplored valleys, towering peaks and snow-capped mountains and glaciers. A splendid combination of flora & fauna and vast tracts of virgin snow awaits you.
Whether you are looking for thrilling expeditions and mountaineering and heli-skiing activity are the adventure sports that interest you more, then head towards the northern part of India, plushed with some of the best extreme sports destinations of the world. Worth checking out are Manali hill station in Himachal, slopes of Garhwal hill region in Uttrakhand and Ladakh hill destination in Jammu and Kashmir.
What is the difference between normal skiing and Heli Skiing? Well, a helicopter is involved in the latter. If you just don't care about the risk part of high altitude skiing and have got the courage against all odds then, Heli Skiing adventure tour is just for you. The helicopter is going to leave you at the top of a snow capped peak and from there you just have to criss-cross your way downward.
India happened to be the second country in the world to play Golf, preceding the United Kingdom. The British gifted India both Cricket and Golf. The sport of Golf grew amidst the lush green farms, the soothing landscape of famous hill stations of India like Shimla and Gulmarg in Kashmir and the fervor for the game make many a men move.