You Must Try These 5 Adventure Sports In India Before You Turn 30!

Adventure sports in India

Life has become repetitive at times. The grind of a 9-to-5 job is wearing everyone down, and all we want to do is get out of it. Who doesn’t want to accomplish something that gives a sense of well-being? Are you looking for something that will help you connect with nature and, more importantly, with yourself? One of the best methods to do so is through adventure sports in India.

Check out our list of adventure sports in India along with the best places!

#1 Paragliding 

Paragliding is a recreational sport in which a person wears paragliders and soars like a bird. Paragliders are small gliders that can be used to fly. You will be accompanied by a pilot who will operate the glider with you. Before you sign up for paragliding, double-check that the company is registered with the appropriate state authority and that the pilot is licenced. 

Best places for paragliding: Bir Billing in Himachal Pradesh, Arambol Beach in Goa, Nandi Hills in Bangalore, and Vagamon in Kerala are just a few of the famous spots for paragliding.

Adventure sports in India

#2 Skydiving

Skydiving is when you jump out of a plane or helicopter and land with the help of a parachute on the ground. For a little amount of time, it will feel as if time has stopped as you enjoy life in all of its grandeur and feel unlimited. Skydiving is the ultimate extreme activity in India. Skydiving, on the other hand, necessitates some physical preparation. As a result, please treat the training as a serious matter. 

Best places for skydiving: Maharashtra’s Aamby Valley is a renowned skydiving site. Deesa in Madhya Pradesh and Pondicherry in Tamil Nadu are two such destinations where you can jump.

Adventure Sports in India

#3 Ziplining

Ziplining provides an adrenaline rush while providing a breathtaking view of the area. In India, this adventure sport is extremely popular. Rishikesh is a hotspot for adventure sports, including ziplining. 

Best places for zip lining: For an interesting experience, go 15 minutes from Rishikesh to Shivpuri. The Rajasthani forts of Neemrana, Maharashtra’s Kolad, and Uttarakhand’s Mussoorie are also wonderful spots to try this adventurous activity.

#4 Flyboarding

Flyboarding is a relatively new water-based adventure sport in India. It consists mainly of a skateboard-like construction that is powered by a machine that hurls water at it with tremendous velocity. 

You are propelled into the air by the force, and you are truly floating, propelled by the water’s drive. 

Best places for flyboarding: It is available in places like Goa and Gokarna.

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#5 Wildlife Safari

Are you a fan of nature? Do you adore animals in general? Then a jungle safari in a National park is something you just cannot miss! A place where you can see not only tigers but also sloth bears, Asiatic black bears, sambar, deer, and more, would be the perfect choice for you. The outbreak has not spared wildlife tourism, and while most people are planning trips to more traditional adventure sites, you can avoid the crowds by visiting different national parks.

Best national parks to visit: Jim Corbett National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Kanha Tiger Reserve, etc. 

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Anushka nayyar
A writer who's always keen on learning and experiencing new things. Baking, painting, and writing is what brings a smile to her face.