Here are some of the perfect activities for thrill-seekers.
Trekking is the most common type of activity one should do in Himalaya. Adventure seekers could try their various routes available for beginners and experienced. Some of the well-known routes are the Langtang region circuit, Mount Kangchenjunga circuit, Annapurna circuit and most especially, Mount Everest circuit.
You have to try water rafting in Himalaya. There are lots of gorges and canyons emerging from the top of the mountains. Most thrill-seekers water raft at River Ganga because of its perfect turbulent rapids. There are expeditions available for beginners and experienced.
One should also not leave Himalaya without trying skiing. The best skiing spots are the slopes of Kumaon and Garhwal. This activity has been very famous in India especially from December to March.
Not all thrill-seekers go for hiking and trekking. Some are mountain bikers, too. The perfect spots for biking are Zanskar and PirPanjal. The trail connects Kullu Valley to Ladakh. Although, it is advisable that only professional bikers can go for a trail because the paths can become tricky. Bikers should be careful especially in narrow rough paths.
If you do not want to walk or ride bikes, you can be on top of a yak. Yaks are huge long-haired animals native to Ladakh. They are used in the livelihood of the locals to carry heavy harvests. Now, yak has been popular for tourists not only because of its interesting wildlife background, but because it can tour you to Himalaya.
Gondola has the world’s 2nd highest and longest cable car in Asia. The rides start from 9,000 feet and will ascend up to 10,000 feet. You can see the beautiful landscapes and mountains from up above. That’s why it is ideal for you to bring your cameras.
Adventures isn’t just about hiking and trekking only, it also involves camping. Of course, you have to replenish your energy after such thrilling and energy-consuming activities. Camping is ideal anywhere in Himalaya. You can place your camp from lonely boulders to green forests, or probably in the open space where you can watch the sky and stars above. Make sure you bring with you all the necessary materials to survive a camp.
Are you ready to do all of these? Book your tickets now and head to Himalaya.