Eager to lose yourself to find some inner peace? Desperate from long to explore ‘those’ wild places to set out a journey full of fun and adventure? Well, then it’s time to pack your bags and set on a journey to these 11 must go places in India.
Go Explore the Caves in Meghalaya
Meghalaya is a caver’s paradise as most of the deepest and longest caves in the South Asia is present here. Krem Dam, Mawsami Cave, Dobakhol – Siju (Bat Cave), Krem Mawmluh, and Krem Phyllut are the 5 caves you can explore when you backpack to the Northeast into the paradise – Meghalaya.
Go Paragliding in Solang Valley
Beat your fear of height. Go paragliding in the panoramic valleys of Solang, Manali. The snow clad mountains and the silvery lakes is sure to surprise you. Don’t miss other adventure sports including skiing, Heli-Ski and Snowboarding.
A Night Out in the Leh Ladakh Highway
Leh Ladakh is always on the list of adventure lovers these days. Make sure you do not miss spending a night in a tent right under the sky and the beautiful stars.
A Stroll into the Deodar Forests, Himachal Pradesh
If you visit Himachal Pradesh, visiting the forest full of Deodar trees is a must. It will take you to another world as you stroll in between these trees. No wonder, this forest was the abode of ancient who did tapasya to please Lord Shiva. The place is also considered as a sacred place in the ancient Shaivite texts.
The Safari Camp in Ranthambore, Rajasthan
Spending a night in a safari camp right at the edge of Ranthambore Park – an abode to one of the rare species “The Bengal Tiger” is not just thrilling but also adventurous.
Mawsynram and Cherrapunji
Located on the East Khasi Hills of North-East Meghalaya, Mawsynramis a small village. It is known as the wettest place on the Earth with an annual rainfall of 11,000 + mm. Surrounded by lush green mountains and hills, Masynram is one of the must go places in India at least once in a lifetime. Next to the village, one can even visit Cherrapunji and enjoy the sight of some of the famous waterfalls of India.
Scuba Diving in the Andamans
Time to get out of the fear of water by diving into the deep sea to explore the under water rich flora and fauna.
The City of Temples, Bhubaneshwar City
The Kalinga Nagari or Bhubaneswar abodes more than 600 temples and is considered as one of the greenest and cleanest cities of India. The city along with Konark and Puri houses some of the beautiful ancient temples including the Mukteshwar Temple,Lingraj Temple, Konark Temple, Duladevi Temple, and Puri Jagannath temple.
A Wildlife Trip to Dibru Saikhowa National Park, Assam
Surrounded by the Dibru and the Brahmaputra rivers, the National Park has several internal river channels, lash evergreen forests and grasslands. The Park is an abode to many rare species including the white winged wood Duck, Gadwall, Drongo Cuckoo, Cotton Pygmy-goose, Spot-billed Pelicans, Geyleg goose, Pale-capped Pigeon, Brahmini duck, Pale-footed Bush Warbler, Black-faced Bunting, Japanese Bush Warbler, Babbler, Bar-headed goose, Black-breasted Weaver etc.
White Water Rafting in Rishikesh
Travel to one of the adventure capitals of India, “Rishikesh” and ride on the fierce speedy flowing waters of Ganges. This adventure is surely a must visit if you are young and trying to set out your feet into the world of sports and adventure.
Explore the Ghats of Banaras
One of the oldest city in the world, Banaras, the spiritual centre of India is not actually adventurous but the scenic ghats,a boat ride along the banks of river Ganga, the soothing prayers and aartis is a lifteime experience.