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weekend breaks from delhi

Rafting

Kaudiyala to Rishikesh is the major tourist attraction for white water rafting in India. It comprises of close to over 13 rapids & obstacles in this. Rafting expeditions and even people who want to experience this undertake it during the months of February, March, April, May, October and November from all over the world. One must be ready mentally to put in 8-9 hours for this entire stretch from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh. A lifetime experience. We help you by organizing your trip to Rishikesh so that you can enjoy these moments with your loved ones and create memories.

weekend breaks from delhi

Camping

Trekking is something one must undertake on yearly basis as it not only adds to the adventure but also it's a great test for your physical endurance too in natural conditions. One can prebook through a good travel agent lodges to stay overnight during this extensive trekking time period as its essential to stay healthy and focused, energetic during the treks. Summer time is the most popular time to trek the Himalayas. Its fun holiday with loads of learning too. Walking on trails with gentle slopes, you get to see nature appreciate it and feel it within you.

weekend breaks from delhi

Bungee Jumping

As we all know it's a jumping from a great height while you are connected with a elastic cord on your feet. The reason why people take this fall is for the thrill and jumping from great heights the free fall gives some a great high. Bungee Jumping In Rishikesh Spot 83 Meters - 272 Feet Jump. We also boast of Asia's longest flying fox a jump platform which is 120 meters high you enjoy your free fall on top of a river your body oscillating up and down. You feel your blood running down to your head and the breeze hitting your strongly.

weekend breaks from delhi

Paragliding

Paragliding is the recreational and competitive adventure sport of flying paragliders: lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft with no rigid primary structure. The pilot sits in a harness suspended below a fabric wing comprising a large number of interconnected baffled cells. Wing shape is maintained by the suspension lines, the pressure of air entering vents in the front of the wing, and the aerodynamic forces of the air flowing over the outside. Despite not using an engine, paragliders flight can last many hours and cover many hundreds of kilometers, though flights of one to two hours and covering some tens of kilometers are more the norm. By skillful exploitation of sources of lift, the pilot may gain height, often climbing to altitudes of a few thousand meters.