One of the best things about India are its world famous tourist destinations, adventure sites and places to visit, beautiful monuments, historic buildings, lavish festivals and more importantly exotic delicacies available everywhere in India. If you are planning to visit India this year and looking for some crazy adventures to do in India before the end of this year then keep on reading our 11 lists of crazy adventures in India before this year ends. Here they are, check them out!

Adventures to do in India – skydiving:

Skydiving is the perfect adventure to do in India. It’s a thrilling experience that can make anyone feel like they’re flying. The best place for skydiving in Mysore is Mysore airport, where people of all ages come from all over the country to try this adrenaline-pumping activity. If you’re looking for some of the most exciting adventures to do in India, skydiving is an absolute must!

Hot Air Ballooning in Jaipur:

This year, I’ve had the privilege of exploring new places and experiencing different cultures all over the world. Of course, there are moments where you can’t help but look back and think about all of the crazy adventures that you’ve had so far. At this point in my life, I have been able to do everything from paragliding & skiing in Austria, surfing & trekking through Peru, hot air ballooning over Jaipur (India), and even scuba diving around the Great Barrier Reef. In a way it’s kind of sad that this is just my third year as an adult because I feel like I’ve already seen so much more than most people could ever imagine.

Scuba Diving in Andaman:

This is what most of the people want to do before this year ends, and I am one of them. There are many such adventurous activities which you can enjoy with your friends and family. For example, if you are planning for a holiday trip then make sure that you don’t miss out on the chance of visiting the Andaman Islands. The Andaman Islands are one of the most beautiful places on Earth. You will be able to see crystal clear water and white sandy beaches along with beautiful coral reefs which attract divers from all around the world. If you love adventure sports then paragliding in Jodhpur or skiing in Auli or trekking at Mount Kanchenjunga will make your day.

White Water Rafting in Rishikesh:

It is said that one of the best things about Rishikesh is its natural beauty. Rivers, mountains and hills all make this a beautiful place to visit. So if you’re looking for something a little more active, there are options for that too. The Himalayan River Rafting Company organizes white water rafting trips on the Ganges river, which can be quite the adventure! If you’re looking for an even bigger adrenaline rush, try out paragliding or skiing in Auli – it’s one of the most popular winter sports destinations in India! And if you love being outdoors as much as we do, then why not add trekking through Bandipur National Park to your itinerary?

Motorcycling through Leh:

The best time of year to visit Leh is between May and October. It’s the perfect place for adventurers who want to experience it all: paragliding, skiing, surfing, trekking, and more. Imagine putting your feet on the snow-capped mountains while you ski down the slopes, or going surfing on the water with a view of the Himalayan range. There are so many different adventures that can be done while visiting Leh- it’s hard to pick just one!

Skiing in Gulmarg:

If you’re looking for a skiing experience unlike any other, look no further than Gulmarg. As one of the largest ski resorts in Asia, it offers more terrain than most winter destinations. Located near Srinagar on the north side of the Pir Panjal Range, Gulmarg is home to many different types of terrain and elevations that are perfect for skiers of all levels. The resort offers six runs for beginners and intermediates and four runs for advanced skiers.

Hiking/Trekking in Sikkim:

The forests of Sikkim are an absolute must-see when you’re exploring the Indian Himalayas. You’ll find some of the most dramatic scenery and diverse flora and fauna on Earth here. The Kanchenjunga National Park is a little-known gem, and it’s home to some of the most beautiful scenery in all of India. The park spans over 1,000 square kilometers and is home to many rare species like snow leopards, tigers, and red pandas. And if you ever get tired of gazing at nature all day, there’s plenty more for you to explore with activities like paragliding and skiing or surfing and trekking.

Canyoning in Himachal Pradesh:

In the Himalayan mountain ranges of Himachal Pradesh, canyoning is becoming popular with tourists who want a thrill. They offer you an adrenaline-filled experience that includes swimming and rappelling through waterfalls and caves. The best part about it is that you don’t need any previous experience or equipment like climbing gear. It’s perfect for people who are looking for a new adventure but have limited time.

Trekking in Kashmir:

The best way to explore the Himalayan region is by trekking. Trekking allows you to see the beautiful landscapes and remote villages that are inaccessible by any other means of transportation. Trekking can be done with a short journey or as a long expedition. When you decide to take the trek, it is important to do your research and find a guide who can show you all the hidden gems along your route.

Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh:

Paragliding, skiing, surfing and trekking are all things that you can do in India. But the one adventure I will never forget was bungee jumping off a bridge into the Ganges river below. It was an incredible experience and probably one of the scariest moments of my life.

Paragliding in Bir Billing:

Bir Billing is one of the most beautiful and lesser known hill stations in the Indian Himalayas. It is situated at an altitude of 4,500 meters above sea level, amidst a lush green forest. The only way to reach this hill station is by taking a flight from Delhi or Chandigarh to Pathankot (a nearby town), followed by a three-hour drive on a winding road that winds up through beautiful pine forests and across numerous rivers. When you arrive at Bir Billing, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the snow-clad Dhauladhar range from your hotel balcony. You can also go for paragliding and skiing here! I decided to try out paragliding and it was such an amazing experience!

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