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Other Activities

There are a number of other themed trips that Indo Asia is equipped to plan for you. India offers such a mammoth sprawl of things to do, that it is easy for us to customize trips as per the taste of travel. Be it fishing trips at the edge of a river or rafting down the frothy rivers of the subcontinent, we have a host of trips that promise to enthrall.

India, holds in itself, such vast experiences, that whatever you may think of, can be arranged. From ziplining through high walls of forts, to skiing and scuba diving, the number of activities that can be planned are a gazillion. It is best to customise your trip as per pace, taste and interest, so that you can carry a slice of India that will stay with you forever. Choose from a respository of wildlife, heritage, adventure and pure relaxation and plug in things that as per interest.

Be it historic or themed after nature, India offers a diverse number of activities that one can plan. We offer you a glimpse of the different kind of itineraries that we can offer. Most of these trips are highly customizable. They have been created by instructors and specialists who can help to tweak as per taste of the traveller.

Itineraries

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Fishing in Srinagar

06 Nights & 07 Days

Overview

Fishing in the different beats of Kashmir Valley makes for a fascinating trip for adventure lovers. Only limited fish can be caught here aso one has to be vety careful. Other than the fishing, also enjoy the glorious views of the Dal Lake and the houseboat living. The drive from one beat to another also gives you the perspective on local life and keep you in the company of mountains for a refreshing break.

Top Places

Srinagar | Ducksum | Bringhi | Kokernag | Pahalgam – Sheshnag | Aru | Srinagar

Highlights

Fishing beat at Various Stops | Dal Lake



Srinagar / Day 1

Arrive  at Srinagar airport and transfer to a Deluxe Houseboat / Hotel. Welcome drink Kashimiri Kawa. Take a s hikara ride on Dal Lake visiting floating gardens and interesenting canals. Dinner & Overnight at Hotel Deluxe Houseboats / Hotel.
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Ducksum / Day 2

Leave after early breakfast for Ducksum, with packed lunch. Arrive at the fishing beat, which is about 2 km long and one can fish with two rods per beat.  Six fish per rod are allowed. Dinner & Overnight in Rest House at Daksum / Kokernag Tents.
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Bringhi / Day 3

After breakfast leave for Bringhi fishing beat with packed lunch. Fish for the day. Dinner & Overnight at Rest House / Tents.
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Kokernag / Day 4

After breakfast leave for Kokernag fishing beat with packed lunch and fish for the day. Dinner & Overnight in Rest House / Tents.
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Pahalgam – Sheshnag / Day 5

Leave after breakfast for Pahalgam and start fishing at Sheshnag beat. Dinner & Overnight at Hotel in Pahalgam.
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Aru / Day 6

Leave early morning after breakfast for Aru fishing area or Yunyar / Batkot fishing beat with packed lunch. Fish for the day and return to Srinagar in the evening. Dinner & Overnight at Deluxe Houseboat / Hotel in Srinagar.
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Srinagar / Day 7

Onward flight
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Rafting in Bhutan

07 Nights & 08 Days

Overview

Bhutan’s exquisite natural wonders include not only high mountain passes, but also frothy rivers, ideal for the adventure traveller. Expect this to be a year all round itinerary, which offers a thrilling time in Bhutan’s rivers with Grade 2 and 3 rapids. Along with that one also gets time to see the countryside, local life and the spiritual Dzongs on the way. The best part is the three whole days dedicated to the excitement of bobbing down a river in the raft.

Top Places

Paro-Thimphu | Thimphu | Punakha | Wangduephodrang | Punakha | Paro

Highlights

Chuzom | King's Memorial Chorten | Trashichhoe Dzong | Tango Goemba | Textile | Folk Heritage Museum | Dochu La | Chimi Lhakhang | Rafting on Puna Tsangchu River | Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang | Simtokha Dzong | Ta Dzong | Taktsang Monastery | Drukgyel Dzong

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Paro-Thimphu / Day 1

The flight to Paro is one of the most spectacular in the entire Himalayan region. Whether flying along the Himalayan range from Kathmandu or over the foothills from Kolkata, the journey offers fascinating views and an exciting descent into the Kingdom. Bhutan’s first gift to you as you disembark from the aircraft will be cool, […]
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Thimphu / Day 02

This morning after a breakfast at the hotel, depart for a visit of Tango Goemba monastery. This was founded by Lama Gyalwa Lhanangpa in the 12th century and the present building was built in the 15th century by the ‘Divine Madman’, Lama Drukpa Kunley. Afternoon visit the National Library, the library houses an extensive collection […]
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Punakha / Day 03

After an early breakfast drive to Punakha via Dochu La. Dochu-la pass located at a height of 3,088m/ 10,130 ft is a scenic location with chortens chorten, mani wall, and prayer flags which decorate the highest point on the road. If skies are clear, it may be possible to see the following peaks from this […]
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Wangduephodrang / Day 04

This day is reserved for rafting on Puna Tsangchu River, where we raft from Punakha Dzong to Wangduephodrang for 11km.This section of the Puna Sang Chhu has little in the way of white water but offers some potential as a float trip to link Punakha Dzong with Wangdue rather than going by road. The river […]
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Punakha / Day 05

Pho Chhu River becomes the focus on this day, where we raft from Rimchhu Chhu    to Punakha Dzong – a distance of 8km. It takes about 4-5 hours. For the intermediate / advanced kayaker or for rafters , the lower Mo Chhu is a wonderful river in a splendid setting. Small farms with terraced rice […]
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Paro / Day 06 - 08

After breakfast we continue our fascinating journey towards Paro, en route visit Simtokha Dzong. Simtokha Dzong was built in 1627 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, it stands on a low ridge 8 km down the valley from Thimphu. The Institute for Language and Cultural Studies is located within the premises. The most noteworthy artistic feature of […]
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Ballooning in India

Overview

If you’re looking to explore a city through the sky, there is no better and relaxing way than ballooning. Soar high over the skies of and see the patchwork of fields or lego like cities below you. Ballooning is one of the best ways to also get unique perspectives of photographing a city. Many cities like Jaipur, Agra, Lonavala, Ranthambore and off Delhi locations are now catching up to the rather safe and sedate adventure, which appeals to a large composition of both the old and young.  While the activity makes you fly high in the sky, it is not a typical adventure activity with sudden spurts of Adrenalin. This is consistent and calming.

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There are more than six regions in India where one can enjoy ballooning. Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Karnataka, National Capital Region, Uttar Pradesh and Goa are the key destinations where one can try this. In fact Agra has been hosting Taj Balloon Festival as well. Write to us at tours@indoasia-tours.com for detailed program.

Highlights

Soar as high as 5000 feet or more for half an hour. Ballooning is all about balance, the wind direction and the direction of the navigator who propels the large balloon with the fire. Four to twenty people can be accommodated in different sizes of the basket-like standing place under the large parachute of the balloon. Both the ascent and the descent are slow and gradual.



There are more than six regions in India where one can enjoy ballooning. Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Karnataka, National Capital Region, Uttar Pradesh and Goa are the key destinations where one can try this. In fact Agra has been hosting Taj Balloon Festival as well. Write to us at tours@indoasia-tours.com for detailed program. /

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Zip lining in India

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Imagine sliding down a long rope, attached by a harness, across a mountain, lake or over treetops and forts. This is what zip lining sums up to be.  It is essentially an aerial runway that consists of a pulley suspended on a cable. This is usually made of stainless steel and is mounted on a slope, so the person can slide down. The thrill of jumping off the last point so that you glide down the zipline is one of the most thrilling parts of zip lining. India has a host of backdrops to the zip lining adventure. Thick forests, lakes and palaces are a few of them. You can zipline across Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur, over treetops in Punjab, the frothing river in Rishikesh, still waters of a dam in Bhopal and in Uttarakhand with a sweeping view of the mountains. In Meghalaya, the Dawki River becomes the stunning spectacle as the zip-liner glides over its shimmering waters.

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The top destinations in India for zip lining are Mehrangarh Fort, Neemrana Fort, Kikar Lodge, Over Dawki River, Shivpuri in Rishikesh, Orsang and the Mussoorie-Dhanaulti region in Uttarakhand. Write to us at tours@indoasia-tours.com for detailed program.

Highlights

Zip lining essentially means that one is strapped on well in a harness and clamped on a stainless steel rope that is fastened on two high points on edges. Think mountaintops, cliffs and trees. The zip liner just needs to sit on the harness as one would sit on a chair and zoom down. One is propelled ahead with their own weight and if you stop in the middle, just monkey climb your way.



The top destinations in India for zip lining are Mehrangarh Fort, Neemrana Fort, Kikar Lodge, Over Dawki River, Shivpuri in Rishikesh, Orsang and the Mussoorie-Dhanaulti region in Uttarakhand. Write to us at tours@indoasia-tours.com for detailed program. /

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Scuba Diving in Andaman Islands

Overview

A dive ticket is one of the most coveted things for water adventure lovers and there is no place better than to get in Andaman Islands when in India. Otherworldly coral colonies and a wealth of marine life, idyllic setting and reputable dive outfits make the place an ideal spot to get your diving pips. Think of it as an aquatic Babylon; a number of different species of fish and marine life, live corals, turquoise warm water and stretches of white sand beaches to relax after. The islands of Andaman are the answer to many international stalwarts, which are certified diving spots in the world.

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North Point, Cinque Island offers the clearest waters. Bala Reef is part of the Little Andaman Island and has a number of colourful corals. Fish Rock and Passage offer stunning marine life and Corruption Rock is home to a shipwreck. Write to us at tours@indoasia-tours.com for detailed program.

Highlights

PADI is the most popular diving certification programme to get your diving chops in India. You can use Havelock Island as a base and sign up for recreational as well as long duration courses as well. Here you will find a number of dive vessels, equipped with First aid kit, emergency oxygen and flotation devices. The diving instructors and crew are well trained in teaching, handling emergency situations and first aid. The adventure is popular amongst travellers, that scuba in Andamans is one of the most popular activities. Right from fun dives for a few hours to long duration camps, which are more intensive.



North Point, Cinque Island offers the clearest waters. Bala Reef is part of the Little Andaman Island and has a number of colourful corals. Fish Rock and Passage offer stunning marine life and Corruption Rock is home to a shipwreck. Write to us at tours@indoasia-tours.com for detailed program. /

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