India is bounded by the ocean on three sides and the mighty Himalayas in the north. Deeply spiritual country India has a varied and diverse country and blend of traditional and modern culture. India is jam-packed with a lot of things to do at least once in your life. It’s hard to list all the things. India offers numerous opportunities for travelers such as visiting iconic monuments, temples, white pristine beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, Thar desert, enjoying colorful celebrations and festivals, exploring the Himalayas, and many more.
So, if you are also planning for a vacation in India, let’s see the top 5 things to do and explore in India.
1. Paragliding in Kamshet
Located 110 KM away from Mumbai and 45 KM away from Pune in Maharashtra, Kamshet is surrounded by the Sahyadri mountain range and gorgeous valleys. Picturesque hill station Kamshet is the most popular paragliding destination in India. Known as a Paragliding paradise, Kamshet paragliding offers you gorgeous visuals of Mountains, lush valleys, exquisite rivers, waterfalls, and lakes in the session.
Besides it, Kamshet is famous for its Buddhist caves, monasteries, temples, sculptures of Lord Buddha, serene lakes, and waterfalls. Every year, quite many adventure junkies come to experience the thrill of flying at India’s top paragliding destination. October to May is a recommended time to feel the adrenaline rush in the perfect climate of Kamshet.
2. Hot Spring in Chumathang
Nestled on the banks of the Indus river, Chumathang is a little hamlet in Leh district, Ladakh at an elevation of 12,960 Feet. The little hamlet is located near Leh-Manali national highway, 138 KM from Leh – Ladakh airport. Chumathang is popular for its natural hot sulphur springs. It is believed that its mineral water cures skin disease and joint pains.
This place attracts visitors to take a bath in mineral-rich water that bubbles from the ground near the banks of the chilly cold water of the Indus river. Small bathrooms are also constructed to bathe in the hot water. The best time to experience the hot water springs in Chumathang is the summer season.
3. Jetpacking in Goa
Jet packing is the newest added water sport in Goa’s adventurous activities. In the 20 minutes of jetpacking, Feel the adrenaline rush as you fly high over the ocean into the air. This jet pack ride flying high in the sky with water pressure is gonna be one of the remarkable thrilling experiences in your life.
You will be trained by certified professional instructors before this thrilling activity. Under the supervision of an expert, you will go on a water-splashing jet pack ride with a water-propelled jet pack, safety gears, and life jacket. In this activity age above 12 years old is permitted.
4. Snorkelling in Andaman
Located at the junction of the Bay of Bengal and The Andaman sea, Andaman and Nicobar Islands is an archipelago of roughly 572 Islands, known for white-sandy pristine beaches, mangroves, and tropical rainforests, exhilarating water activities. Andaman is popular for snorkeling because it offers some of the best coral ecosystems. You will be mesmerized by the amazing scenery of underwater marine life, colorful coral reefs, marine flora & fauna, wide range of marine mammals.
Professional instructors will give you small training sessions and provide your safety equipment such as a snorkel and diving mask. The ideal time to indulge in water activities at Andaman is November to May.
5. Trekking in the Himalayas
The Indian Himalayas is an ultimate blend of ancient culture, deep spirituality, and wilderness, spread in 11 Indian states and union territories. Trekking in Indian Himalayas will spellbind you with the most stunning landscapes and breath-taking scenery. You will feel the actual enjoyment, adventure while exploring natural trekking trails in the Himalayas.
It is challenging as well as awe-inspiring for all the trekkers over the globe. You will witness spectacular high peaks, a variety of flora, wildflower meadows, frosted rivers, and a lake while climbing up on rugged mountains.
Hampta Pass trek, Triund trek, Sandakphu trek, Gaumukh Tapovan Trek, Goechala Trek, Markha Valley trek, Frozen Zanskar river trek, Nanda Devi trek, RoopKund Trek, and Valley of flowers treks are some of the most popular treks of Indian Himalayas.
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