Famous for: bungee jumping
The Holy town of Rishikesh is famous for a variety of adventure sports that it offers. Visitors here can take the opportunity on giant swings, flying fox, and bungee jumping.
Famous for: hot air ballooning
Pushkar is widely regarded as the holiest of all the pilgrim destinations in India. It is also home to the illustrious Pushkar Camel Fair that attracts a large number of travelers from across the country and abroad as well. Here you can practice hot air ballooning during the fair and that may be the best way to view the exotic colors of the fair.
Famous for: scuba diving
The Andaman and Nicobar group of islands are a union territory of India, which are among the top beach destinations in Asia. The beaches across the islands are famous for their white sandy shores, beautiful coral reefs and crystal-clear blue waters. Many sites here facilitate scuba diving and snorkeling.
Famous for: ice climbing
Gulmarg is a popular hill station located in the Baramula district of Jammu and Kashmir. The town is situated amidst the Himalayas, at about 2,690 meters above sea level. During winter months, the temperature here can easily drop below 0 degree Celsius. That is the perfect time to practice ice climbing on the frozen waterfalls.
Famous for: Skydiving
Because of the conservative mentality of the people and the amount of risk involved, skydiving is not a very popular sport in India. Located in the Indian state of Karnataka, Mysore is well known for being a historical town with a variety of monuments and forts as well as for offering thrill seekers an opportunity to experience skydiving, tandem jumps, and accelerated free-falls.
Famous for: Water Sports
The State of Goa is considered to be the beach capital of India thanks to its various exotic beaches. Water skiing is the sport that is available at various sites and across various beaches throughout Goa along with training camps to attract adventurers.