The arid and semi-arid regions of Thar Desert
stand divided between India and Pakistan. A vast expanse of hot
sand mountains, Thar Desert yields sal and gypsum. The scanty rainfall
and extreme climate makes it a perfect desert experience topped
with warm desert people who are ready to entertain the visitors
with their folk dance and music performances in their characteristic
colorful dresses, camel and elephant rides. Sand dunes, thorny bushes,
parched thirsty fields, broken rocks along with majestic forts and
palaces that rise from the barren backdrop like a mirage makes Rajasthan
a preferred place for the tourists to visit. It is difficult to
believe that this land was once under the sea and was full of varied
Water Sports In India
India has got pretty good options as far as water sports is concerned.
And if you do not fear water, then you have got real exciting watery
packages, which include White Water Rafting, Water Skiing, Canoeing
and Kayaking, Scuba Diving, Snorkelling, Angling and Fishing. read
more about Water Sports in India.
Trekking In India
Trekking in India is an unforgettable experience as it not only
let you to experience the unexplored trails made by nature, but
also bring the visitor directly in touch with the country and its
people and helps you to appreciate the mountain environment. read
more about Trekking in India.
Mountaineering as a sport has a history as old as the history of
the evolution of human race itself. Mountaineering started when
the need was felt for people who could climb difficult heights and
terrains to meet people across the border, to trade, or to conquer
new territories. In the course of time, man developed new modes
of transportation and communication and venturing out on these difficult
routes were not needed. Nevertheless, what remained was his nature
to take risks and getting pleasure in conquering something totally
unknown and unexplored. This inner urge to take up challenges has
led man to do things that are quite daring. read
more about Mountaineering in India.
It is not quite easy to define rock climbing, but it is not difficult
too. Anyone who claims to be a rock climber has his own version
of the game. Rock climbing for some is to challenge their spirits
and explore new heights, to give a fillip to their unbounded imaginations;
for others, it is a way telling the world that he/she has finally
arrived. For many of the professional rock climbers, it is not a
sport. Can you call a mission to moon a sport or pastime? If not,
then why should rock climbing be called a sports is the argument.
For them, rock climbing is an adventure of the greatest magnitude;
it is a fight against self, against the elements, and the ultimate
goal is to reach the summit and return back alive.
read more about Rock Climbing in India.
Be it ballooning, hang gliding or para gliding, India offers excellent
locations and facilities at Kangra, Dasauli, Dharamasala, Shimla,
Pune, Mhow, Indore, Mysore, Udhagamandalam and Shillong. Float over
the mountains ... soar higher on every current of air ... hang-glide
in the mountains and valleys of Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, the
Nilgiri hills of Tamil Nadu, the Chamudni hills of Karnataka and
the hills in Shillong in Meghalaya. Except for the monsoon season,
para gliding and hang gliding are safe throughout the year. read
more about Aero Sports in India.
If adventure is the name of the game, there is nothing more adventurous
than getting a high from falling from a height. Bungee can be classified
in the category of sports, which, to put simply, is the name of
courage under fire. Falling from a height of around 120 to 700 feet
and bunging up and down is only for those who have no love lost
for their life! However, on a realistic plane, there is only an
iota of risk involved in this game as most of the organizations
that hold such events maintain high quality of professionalism.
And if you won't die of fear, you would be okay after all.
read more about Bungee Jumping.