The best way to express oneself is to retreat to some Adventure Escapades. It's a new wave of adventure that promises to rejuvenate you and provide a platform to explore your adventurous side.
In recent times, the Indian tourism industry has shown a tremendous growth of interest in adventure pursuits. Traveling to new and exciting places with an intention to seek, or the expectation to find, adventure is Adventure Travel. Rafting, Trekking, Safaris, etc. are incorporated into it. It requires skill, resistance, patience and involves a degree of risk taking.
Adventure Escapade can be as simple as hitchhiking across a countryside you have never visited before. There is an element of uncertainty, in that you are not following a fixed schedule and are free to speed up, slow, or halt your travel, and often take spur-of-the-moment side trips. A planned and guided group tour probably cannot really be considered adventure travel in the true sense of the term.
In recent years India's emergence as one of the most sought-after adventure travel destinations is a well-known fact. It offers an amazing variety of adventure opportunities. This diversity is remarkably wonderful - from heli-skiing in the high Himalayas to the white water rafting on the Ganga, Indus or Teesta ; from camel-safaris in the vast Thar Desert of Rajasthan to hang-gliding and ballooning over the Indian plains; from chasing the elusive tiger on the backs of mighty elephants to trekking in the Himalayan ranges - the choices are endless.
The distinctive feature about the Himalayan tourism is that traveler has the option of enjoying myriad adventure activities. If you travel to Kashmir you can indulge in trekking, travel on horseback, go trout fishing in its rivers or enjoy in a little bit of skiing or water sports in its transparent lakes.
Of late, skiing has put India on a pedestal in Asia. As a matter of fact, skiing in India is less expensive compared to anywhere in the world. The facilities are meant for beginners as well as for seasoned skiers. The three states that boast of providing these facilities are Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh.
Heli-skiing has established as another prime attraction for travelers. The facility for Heli-skiing can be availed of at Manali in Himachal Pradesh. Water-rafting, kayaking and canoeing on the Ganga are becoming popular day by day.
Sailing, another adventure sport, is rapidly catching tourist's imagination and gaining popularity in Nainital, Ramgarh and Khadakvasla in Maharshtra. Introduction of water-rafting in the Teesta River in northeastern India is beginning to attract the tourists on a large scale.