Adventure DISCOVER

6 Most Terrifying & Adventurous Places In India

With charming cities situated alongside a wide palette of landscape, diversity resides in every nook and corner of India.

It is the immense variation in topography and terrain that has given shape to the relatively new and fresh outlook on travel – the world of adventure sporting.

6 Most Adventurous Places In India

  1. Manali
  2. Roopkund Trek
  3. Meghalaya
  4. Mysore
  5. Rishikesh
  6. Goa


Manali - One of the most adventurous places in India

Soar into an ultimate paragliding experience or the joy of skiing in the inexhaustible snow of winters. Situated at a distance of 14kms from Manali, the high altitude of Solang Valley proves to be the ultimate place for an entrancing adventure sports experience.

If planning for a trip in the snow of winters, skiing makes it for one of the most sought-after sports in this area with an abundance of snowfall. One can also experience the daunting trails with a mountain biking time through the raw tracks in the wilderness of Manali.

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Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand

Roopkund Trek - One of the most adventurous places in India

With perfectly wide trails making it safe for beginners, Roopkund is one of the best trekking sites in Garhwal. Located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, Roopkund trek offers a magnificent adventure in an alpine setting surrounded by the densest oak forests.

With twenty-three thousand feet tall companions of Mt. Trishul and Mt. Nanda Ghunti, the Roopkund Trek beckons all trekking enthusiasts into its manifold. One gets to traverse along the twin meadows of Ali Bugyal and Bedni Bugya, largest high altitude meadows in India.

The trek has also made news for its famous ‘mystery lake’ which contains over 500 human skeletons scattered alongside the bank of Roopkund Lake.

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Meghalaya - One of the most adventurous places in India

The Garo, Khasi, Jaintia hills, in the city of Meghalaya, blessed with spectacularly long cave systems, promise a never to be forgotten adventure for life. Caving holds strong potential to be the top fervid adventure sports.

Trudge through peculiar stalagmite formations with several layers of absolute darkness. A descent into the world of caving comes with slippery walls, low ceilings, stumbling on pools of water to find exquisite formations in limestone and sandstone.

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Mysore - One of the most adventurous places in India

Experience the mother of all adventure sports, Skydiving, designed especially for the bold and daring. Feel the nerves of letting go at an altitude of 4000 feet from the ground.

Located a few hours away from the busy Bengaluru, Mysore skydiving camps offer various options like tandem, static and accelerated free fall.

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Rishikesh - One of the most adventurous places in India

From dealing with treacherous waves in river rafting to the thrill associated with bungee jumping, adventure sports in Rishikesh are a well-established phenomenon amongst adrenaline seekers.

Jumpin’ Heights, located in the Mohan Chatti village, is definitely amongst the best destinations for the one of the most extreme sport of bungee jumping. With rough terrains and rocky topography, Rishikesh offers a plethora of adventure sports like cliff jumping, zorbing, mountain biking and many others to pick from.

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Goa - one of the best adventurous places in India

With long shorelines and soothing breezes, Goa provides ample opportunities to enthusiasts of water sports to indulge in. Swift through the waters at high speeds with jet skiing which earns the tag of being the most alluring water sports.

From the relaxing sport of Kayaking where one can spend a pleasant afternoon paddling alongside the lush greenery to going on an exploration voyage by scuba diving; the beaches of Goa have something mad for all.

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About Charvee Sharma

Born in a big city, Charvee finds her heart in small towns. A free spirit, who loves to wander places in search of stories, within stories. At the end of a long day, she finds her therapy in long aimless walks and conversations, with the Moon.

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