Before you are about to blow those 25 candles make sure you have visited these 10 destinations in India! This is just not about travelling or adventure, but it is about a whole lot of craziness. Here is a list of destinations in INDIA you MUST visit before you turn twenty five.
Drive through the Bandipur Forest
Take a drive through wilderness, through the heart of the jungle of the dense Bandipur forest. Open only during specific hours of the day, this would be an unforgettable experience in your twenties. As, while go along narrow, winding roads, you might just spot elephants, monkeys and deer and if lucky, a wild cat on the way. Also, get spooked by the plenty snake holes around.
Witness an Air Show
Loved the insane air stunts in the movie Top Gun? Witness something very similar at the AeroShow that takes place in Yelahanka, Bangalore that has close to twenty seven countries participating. Cheer among the huge crowds as the as the exclusive range and aircrafts take-off, plummet, summersault and do a whole lot of awesome areal tricks.
Sunburn! Go Goa
It’s that time of the year again and if you are a music lover, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about (and no, I’m not referring to Christmas carols). It’s Sunburn Goa time!
Trek to Dudhsagar Falls
While we all miss the summer beaches and the water sports, winters opens a different adventure for your leisure time. It is time to put on your trekking shoes and enjoy the bestplace possible, closest to nature. Those stormy plights of showers are best enjoyed on a long day trekking up a tricky peak and enjoying the view from the top.
Experience the Rann of Kutch
Nowhere in this world will you find a counterpart to this amazing piece of geography that turns marshy during the monsoons and then back to its brilliant white glory during the winters and summers. The best time to visit the Rann of Kutch is between October and March.
Boating in the waters of Andaman
Andaman is a heaven for beach lovers with its silver sand and turquoise waters unlike any place else in India. For those who have the stomach for it (which is normally when you are younger), a boating trip to this place from Kolkata or Chennai is quite an experience in itself. For two or three days you will feel like a voyager on an expedition, riding the pristine waters.
Visit the haunted Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh fort is known its haunted and spooky presence. It is the Asia’s most haunted place. Many versions of the bhangarh fort ghost stories are talked about and broken down in order to unravel the mystery of Bhangarh ka kila. One such myth is that the city of Bhangarh was built by King Madho Singh after getting an approval from ascetic, Guru Balu Nath, who meditated there. Guru Balu Nath sanctioned the establishment of the town but said : The moment the shadow of your palace touches me you are undone. The city shall be no more! But one of the ambitious descendant raised the palace to such a height that it cast a shadow on Balu Nath’s forbidden retreat and his prophecy became true as predicted and the whole town was devastated. The samadhi where Guru Balu Nath is said to lie is still there. Local villagers say that whenever a house is built there its roof collapses. People also say that nobody returned who stayed there after dark.
Rafting in Rishikesh
With bursting of vitality and eagerness, twenties is the best time to indulge in adventure sports. Ride the mystical waters of Ganges with rafting in Rishikesh. It is the most famous place to play this sport. For, you get to raft upon fierce frothing water pouring through rocky terrains and greenstretches. To experience the landscape of this mysterious place you can also go camping and undertake other adventure sports.
Paragliding in Solang
Best age to experience crazy adventure, head to Solang for Paragliding. Experience the bursting thrill as you breeze by and get the panoramic sight of green mountains, valleys, expansive sky and snow-capped ranges.
Bike Trip to Leh Ladakh
Set in Himalayan mountain splendor, Ladakh is an enchanted land, which amid the global chaos of our new century, seems in control of its own destiny. The scenic splendor of the soaring mountains and pristine valleys, coupled with the vibrancy of its cultural life, makes Ladakh one of the last undiscovered destinations; an adventure to feed the soul and enrich the senses.