Your adventurous heart would be yearning for some incredible cave exploration, traversing the woods, saying hello to the glaciers, thrilling trekking, chasing the gushing river waters, and skiing in the snowy ambience. You might even be waiting to select a perfect destination to get the best adrenaline rush. So, if you are wondering where you to go, then here is a list of places in India that would offer you the extreme sports you are wishing to experience and cherish for a lifetime. Check out the following.
Most people would have dreamt of flying high amidst the blue sky like a bird. You gotta land in Karnataka’s Mysore as it is known for its sky-diving where you could literally feel like a bird. Even at the lap of the Chamunda Hills situated in Mysore would also offer sky-diving, static jumps, or free-falling at high speed from this spot. If you are new to this sport, you would be trained by an experienced sky-diving professional.
Yet another Southern part of ecstasy is “God’s Own Country” which is packed with several adventurous activities. Since Kerala is widely known for its nature in the form of beaches, backwaters, forests, hills, and valleys, it would be the best place for adventurous activities. You could enjoy flying foxes, wildlife safaris, bamboo rafting, mountain climbing, canoeing, kayaking, tree climbing, paragliding, scuba diving, wind-surfing, and snorkelling as well. Could you now accept that Kerala is now a hub of adventurous activities?
What not you miss experience here? Well, Uttarkhand is one of the finest destinations to get the expected adrenaline-rush to feel as it provides extreme sports. It would offer you the best trekking choice as there are adequate trekking trails to choose from for both beginner and well-experienced trekkers. When it comes to skiing, Uttarkhand provides several opportunities at the mighty peaks including Nanda Devi, Dunagiri, and Kamet. However, you could get a great experience of skiing from November to February. But it is not worthy at all if you do not visit Rishikesh or the “Adventure Capital of India”. It would provide you with whitewater rafting, bungee jumping, or riding a flying fox. So, Uttarkhand incorporates everything you wish for.
Being the smallest state of India, Goa is welcoming bunches and bunches of people from every nook and corner of the world. Popularly known as a partying paradise, Goa is an indispensable place for all adrenaline junkies out there. You could try scuba diving, wind-surfing, knee wakeboarding, parasailing, jet-skiing, speed boat rides, paragliding, banana rides, fly-boarding, power scooter rides, snorkelling, and ski-bobbing. Unlike any other extreme sport destination, Goa is an irreplaceable one as it tops the list every time for its name itself. It would also proffer a great trekking experience like The Dudhsagar, Todo Waterfalls, and Udaan Dongor treks.
The peak of the extreme sports experience at this amazing and gorgeous destination is unimaginable. Yes, we are talking about Ladakh which has been located in Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh has been a dream for many bikers and explorers in and around India. But what makes people drag towards this northernmost place of India? Well, the adorable landscapes which are full of snow-clad mountains, high-altitude deserts, glaciers, blue lakes, and captivating beauty would make the place. Being the dream destination for trekkers, Ladakh would be the best place for trekking which would take at least two days or even 20 days at various levels of difficulty. However, moderate trekking options here would be the Ripchar Valley trek, Markha Valley Trek, and Lamayuru to Darcha trek. And if you wish to test your limits and guts, then you could have plenty of options which would be extreme like trekking on the frozen Zanskar River in winter, The Stok Kangri, Snow Leopard, and Kang Yatse and Dso Jongo treks where you could feel the extremity to the maximum. On the other hand, you could also join a jeep or camel safari on the dunes of the Nubra Valley. Moreover, it is better if you join a guided trek as the trekking would be most challenging in Ladakh. And it is best advised not to undertake trekking here if you are not fit or experienced trekker.