India is a lavish treat for adrenaline junkies. Blessed with diverse geological conditions and weather, the country makes an ideal ground to push your limits by indulging in numerous activities available here. When it comes to water sports, India thrills you to the core. From river rafting to scuba diving and surfing, India has some of the best water sports in the world.
White water Rafting is a popular water sports in India that lets you face furious rapids as you make your way forward. Cross some of the most untamed rivers like River Ganga in Rishikesh, Teesta River in Sikkim and Darjeeling, and Zanskar in Jammu and Kashmir. While White water Rafting in Rishikesh can be experienced from September to June, places like Sikkim, Darjeeling and Jammu and Kashmir can be visited between June and August.
Kayaking is another popular activity for those seeking water activity which requires skill and patience. This is a great fun for nature devotees as well. Brahmaputra River in Arunachal Pradesh is great for kayaking and can be visited between November & March. Subansiri kayaking in Arunachal Pradesh pleases adventurers with its beckoning water and can be visited in the months of March, November and December.
If Sailing excites you then India is definitely for you. Sail the high seas and watch the most beautiful looking sunsets at the horizon. Best sailing experiences can be relished in Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Barrackpore.?
Going under water and getting intimate with the mysterious world residing deep into the ocean sounds like a dream. And you can fulfil this in India by partaking in Scuba Diving. With an 8000 kms long coastline, India offers you numerous opportunities to delve into scuba diving. Visit Grand Island, Goa (October to May), Lighthouse Point, Andaman (from November to April), Aravind's Wall, Pondicherry (January to June and September to November), and Bangaram Island, Lakshadweep (May to June). Those who really want to hit the waves right in the face can enjoy Surfing in India. Surfing not only rejuvenates you but also thrills you to the core. Thankfully, India has numerous places to relish this mind blowing activity like Kanyakumari, Kovalam Beach in Kerala and Goa where the tides are high enough to give you goose bumps.