Adventure Tourism In India

Adventure tourism in India is fast gaining popularity amongst Indian as well as foreigner tourists. We arrange adventure tours with different activities like trekking, camping, climbing, biking, rafting, hiking, balloon rides, para-gliding, para-motoring and many more in various regions across India. Some of our more popular adventure tourism destinations in India are:

Himachal Pradesh: Spiti, India adventure tours

Literal meaning of Himachal is “Lap Of Himalayas” and is one of the most beautiful and picturesque states in India.  The state  is blessed with many beautiful places like Spiti, Lahual, Manali, Chamba, Shimla, Kullu, Pin valley etc.It’s very popular as a cool destination during summer months in India. It was one of the first regions in India where adventure tourism got really popular and these days it attracts adventure loving tourists from all over the world

Lahaul & Spiti

Lahual & Spiti are situated on Indo-Tibetan border and the region is a mix of Indian and Tibetan terrain and culture. The average altitude of this region is more than 4000 meters and remains cut off from rest of world for most part of the year. Spiti was opened up for tourism only in 1992 and thus retains much of it’s freshness and some unexplored areas. A number of very rare plant and animal species like snow leopard, Himalayan bear, pika, chinguk etc call this region their home.  Lahaul Spiti is a heaven for adventure junkies looking for trekking, camping, mountain climbing, wild life watching and even adventure rides via bikes, motorcycles or off-road vehicles.

Spiti wildlife tours in IndiaAdventure Tours in Lahaul and Spiti

We have one of the best support network in this region and you can contact us for anything related to travel and short term or long stays in this region.  For people looking for adventure we arrange trekking, camping , bike as well as tours by suitable vehicles. All the logistics including adventure gear, guides, means of transport, food, places of stay are arranged.

Hotels and Campsites

We have multiple campsites, hotels, guest-houses and homsestay facilities all over the region which provide some of the best services at lowest possible price to tourists from all over the world. Our campsite near stunningly beautiful Chandrataal lake provides tents, hot water, hot meals, sleeping bags, mats etc and is one of the top destinations of the region. We have hotels and guesthouse in Kaza, Kibber and Komik. Latter is highest inhabited village in the world at an altitude of 4587 m

McLeodganj Dharmkot waterfall, Mcleodganj trekking tours in India

McLeodganj is a small town in  Dhauladhar Range with an average altitude of nearly 2100 meters. It’s famous due the fact that Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama lives there. Accordingly the place is visited by tourists trying to learn more about Buddhism as well as Yoga. The town is home to thousands of Tibetan refugees and is the capital of Tibet’s government in exile.  Apart from that, McLeodganj is surrounded by numerous cultural as well as natural attractions.  Some of the more famous ones are Tsuglag Khang (Dalai Lama’s temple), Namgyal MonasteryTriund, Bhagsu waterfal, St John in the wilderness church and Dal lake. The forests covered with greenery are ideal for long leisurely walks as well as trekking expeditions.

Adventure Tours in Mcleodganj

One of the most common adventure activities in Mcleodganj is the trek to Triund (2900 meters) 9 km away. Trekkers can either choose to spend the night in Triund or come back in the evening.It’s an easy trek and anyone in reasonably fit condition can do it. There is an option of going up to snowline at Laka Got (3900 m), 4 km away. For more adventurous tourists, Mceodganj acts as a launching pad for various longer treks which can be 7 to 20 days long  and lead to valleys to Kangra, Chamba, Kullu and Spiti. We help with logistics of these short and long trekking tours like arranging guides, good quality gear, hotels,food etc. For spiritually inclined tourists, we help them find a Yoga retreat and classes of their liking away from noise of main town.


Trekking and hiking tours in IndiaUttarakhand is also known as Land Of Gods due to a large number of Hindu pilgrim sites spread through out the state. This Himalayan state is most famous for it’s beautiful mountains and rivers. 93% of state’s total land area is covered by mountainous and 64% is covered by forests. Therefore it’s one of the best destinations in India for adventure tourism and also for people looking to be close to nature.

Adventure Tours in Uttrakhand

Trekking & Skiing

Certain regions in Uttarakhand are suitable for trekking and skiing. Some of more popular trekking routes are Valley of Flowers, Chopta, Tungnath, Chandrashila, Hemkund, Pindari and Auli. Auli is also a popular skiing destination during winters.All these locations provide different levels of challange for trekkers. For example, Valley Of Flowers is a simple trek which can be covered in 1 or 2 days with minimal effort. While trek to Pindari (3600 meters altitude) takes 6-8 days in favourable weather conditions


Dawn in Ranikhet, trekking and camping tours in India Rishikesh is situated on HImalayan foothills where river Ganga first enters Indian plains. The place is well known for it’s spiritual as well as natural wealth. It’s one of the top destinations for Hindu pilgrims as well as adventure tourists. Rishikesh is particularly suited for less intense activities suitable for beginners under expert supervision such as river rafting, cliff jumping, bungee jumping, short treks and camping. There are many Yoga ashrams spread in and around Rishikesh which are frequented a large number of people who want to learn more about Hindu spirituality and Yoga

Adventure Tours in Other Parts of India

Apart from Uttrakhand and Himachal Pradesh, there are many other destinations in India like Laddakh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh which attract adventure junkies from world over. We arrange para-gliding, ballon rides and related activities in Delhi region too. Please contact us by emailing info @ or filling up the contact form for details: