Adventure and Eco Tourism in India
India is a country of many landscapes. From the great Himalayan Mountain ranges to the fertile Deccan Plateau and the various rivers that flow through the vast country, there is an opportunity for all kinds of sports and adventure activities.
From white water rafting in the rapids on the Ganges to trekking in the Himalayans ranges through Tibet or Leh. Skiing of late, has become very popular on the great slopes at Auli and Gulmarg.
Our National Forests are also very popular for Eco-tourism. The great Rantambhore Tiger Reserve, Jim Corbett National Park and Kanha Tiger Reserve are very popular for Tiger sightings.
Gir is the only habitat of Asiatic Lions, but do not forget to also take a look at the lesser known wildlife and avifauna of this sanctuary too. There's Kaziranga in Assam, abode of the Great One Horned Rhino.
Jim Corbett, Manas, the Great Himalayan National Park and Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary are some wildlife reserves sanctuaries, which are on a mission to save the most exquisite and endangered species of India. India's flora is also among the richest in the world. Evergreen forest in the northeast and along the Western Ghats, moist and dry Deciduous forests, swampy marshes, estuaries and lagoons shelter unique forms of plant and animal life.
Our basket of Adventure and Eco Travel includes:
- River rafting
- Aero Sports
- Eco Tourism
- Wild Life safari