India is a country in South Asia and it is the seventh largest Country by area. The Capital of India is New Delhi and in India, we find different people with mixed cultures, taste and most of the Indians are now a day likes to Travel and Explore in their own way. In India, you will feel the adrenaline rush with treks, hikes, mountaineering, rock-climbing, paragliding, parasailing, scuba diving, motorbike tours, snorkeling, zip-lining, white water rafting, hot air balloon ride and more. There are various Adventurous famous places to visit in India I.e, Valley of Flower Trek (Uttrakhand), Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek, Trek to Vasuki Tal Lake via Gaumukh, Tapovan and Nandanvan, Lord Curzon Trail (Uttrakhand), Holy Lakes Trek (Himachal Pradesh), Lamayuru Alchi Trekking, Chadar Trek (Frozen River Trek), Zanskar Valley Trekking (Ladakh), and Beas Kund Trekking.
Valley Of Flowers trek is a must do trek by each traveller who wants to do trekking in the Himalayas. The valley of flowers gives you a heavenly experience amidst the beautiful nature of Himalayan range. The best time to visit this place is Aug, Sept & Oct. The Valley of Flowers trek takes you through dense forests of oak, pine, shrub, fir, and deodar, traversing Bugayals. There would be wide open meadows typical to the region that is high altitude summer grazing grounds and various streams. En-route, you get really spectacular views of the range of mountains, all the approach from Trishul (23,496 ft/7,120 m) to the peaks of Kedarnath (22,994 ft/6,968 m) with mountain peak (25,595 ft/7,756 m), Nilkanth (21,767 ft/6,596 m), Rishikot, Changabang (22,651 ft/6,864 m), Kedarnath and Chowkhamba (23,522 ft/7,128 m), to call some. The valley of flowers has been carefully preserved. If you stand at the foot of the valley, grassy meadows run down to the cleft of the stream, which even in August, continues to be fringed by ice. On both sides, inexperienced slopes turn to dark rock as they vault into deep blue skies. Rising gently, the valley ends as a notch on the horizon, crested by the snows of the Rataban (6,166m) and Nilgiri (6474m) peaks. Underfoot, we have a tendency to shall catch the sight of flowers that provide the valley as its name.
Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek- Nanda Devi, the highest peak in the Garhwal Himalayas takes you through an unbeatable experience of snow peak mountaineering and an opportunity to embrace the one of its kind beauty of the Nanda Devi sanctuary. The best time to visit this place is May, June, July, and Aug. This is a very high adventure trek which starts at Munsiyari (2290M), situated at a distance of about 120 km from Pithoragarh. Munsyari is a small beautiful hamlet with a scenic array of waterfalls and home to the Johari Tribe who are famed for their Ayurvedic medicines and woolen shawls. Breathtaking views of thePanchchuli can be seen from here and Munsyari is the base for trekkers to Milam, Namik, Ralam glaciers & the Nanda Devi Peak. The views from Milam Glacier of Trishuli, Hardeol and Rishi Paharare are worth beholding. The whole trip is dotted with many such sightings, but one of the best highlights remains in the beautiful meadows at the Nanda Devi Base camp that would delight one and all. If luck is favoring you on this trip you might even sight the elusive Snow Leopard or the Himalayan musk deer.
Trek to Vasuki Tal Lake via Gaumukh, Tapovan, and Nandanvan- A high altitude trekking in the Garhwal Himalayas straight between rocks and crystal clear water of Vasuki Tal provides the trekkers an eye-catching view and an adventurous trekking opportunity. The best time to visit this place is May, June, July, Aug, Sept. Trekking enthusiasts who like to challenge themselves trek to Vasukital in the group a minimum of six because the trekking route is very difficult. Trekking guide is must in Vasuki Tal trek. Trek begins from Gaurikund through Rambara, reaching uptoGarurChatti and at last making way through Kedarnath temple. The trek via Gaumukh, Tapovan and Nandanvan coincides on a pilgrim route to 1 of the char dham. Gangotri is considered to be the mythological supply of river Ganga. it’s said that King Bhagirath prayed to Lord Shiva for the salvation of the souls of his 60,000 sons. Shiva obligated and requested immortal Ganga to release her water, that refined the ashes of Bhagirathi’s sons. because of this mythological story, river Ganga is considered a way to purify one’s soul. Trekkers are fascinated by the wonder of Mandakini river who flows downwardly through the route to Kedarnath temple. Dense forests housing lovely fauna, a tall range of mountains ranges and fascinating waterfalls energize the trekkers. From Kedarnath to Vasuki high is rushlike slope within the goat road. Trekkers might encounter shepherds with their sheep and goats view of Chaukhamba hill and Mandakini valley is spectacular. From Vasuki hill high, Vasukital is a 1Km downward trek.
Lord Curzon Trail (Uttrakhand)- A countryside trek following a path that winds through a series of pastures and shepherd camps and an excellent view of the Himalayas and soaring Nanda Devi while crossing the Kauri pass. The best time to visit this place is May, June, July, Aug, Sept. A superb trek through beautiful landscape, following a path that winds through a series of pastures and shepherd camps, with very good views of the Indian Himalayas and therefore the crossing of the Kauri Pass wherever views will be had of soaring mountain peak (7816m).
Holy Lakes Trek (Himachal Pradesh)- Holy Lakes of Himachal Pradesh are glossy, reflective, shimmering, and even dotted with flowers on the shoreline. All lakes picturesque beautiful views of Himalayan Mountains; however, the rests are man-made reservoirs and basins which are flanked by nature. The best time to visit this place is June to Oct. Holy Lakes Trek is meant for adventure and an enormous adrenaline rush. Simply West of Dharamshala is a high-altitude valley nestled among the soaring peaks of the Western Dhauladhar vary. This space is steeped in mythological stories, has seven snow-fed lakes and is one in all the holiest places for the local gaddi tribesmen. The trek itself is tough, the piece of land difficult and weather unpredictable. a perfect trek for serious explorers, photographers, and nature lovers.
Lamayuru Alchi Trekking- Ladakh has many experiences for travellers, spirituality being one in every one of them. This trek provides you a chance to understand the beauty that surrounds the monasteries; and in fact, to move with the monks and gain some knowledge from them. The best time to visit this place is May to Nov. Around 125 km west of Leh, on a stunningly gorgeous path, lays the initial existing monastery of Ladakh, known as Yung-Drung or the Swastika. The Gompa is surprisingly built on sand stone and dates to the 11th Century. The monastery has a significant narration and the neighboring area presents an appealing countryside that is stretched with yellow loess creation. The Alchi monastery lays 69 km west of Leh, the most prominent and prime of all the Gompa built by RinchenZangpo in the 11th Century. The monastery houses some of the finest murals and frescoes representing the style of Buddhist iconography.
Chadar Trek (Frozen River Trek)- Chadar trek
is one of the foremost thrilling and adventurous trek in north India, a
frozen ice trek throughout winter on mountain-hemmed Ladakhi-Buddhist
valley. Ladakh has always captured visitors with its magical charm and
majestic beauty. The best time to visit this place is Jan & Feb.
Walking on the Frozen river of Zanskar is an ultimate experience for
adventure lovers. Zanskar is one of the oldest inhabited regions of the
world with wild and solitary valleys at over 13,000 ft (4000 meters) in
the Himalayas. In winter, Zanskar is isolated, and only in January and
February is there a way to the rest of the world: the canyon of the
Zanskar River. We trek on the so-called Chadar or ice covering the river
from the village of Chilling to Lingshed.