Adventure and Tourism are like two peas in a pod. Travelling is incomplete without great adventures and great adventures are only accomplished after travelling to greater miles. On the occasion of World Tourism Day, we decided to blend two of the most exhilarating elements of all: Adventure and Tourism. And here we bring to you a comprehensive list of 31 different Adventure Destinations in India, that will quench the insatiable thirst of your inner traveller as well as adventurer who is constantly looking out for breaking into new avenues and possibilities.

In the first part of the interview series, we got to know the mountaineer, Kuntal Joisher, who summited Everest as the first Vegan. In part 2 let’s know about Kuntal Joisher, Vegan on how he started the journey towards veganism and how it changed his life.

Everest is a mountain which has a different value for different people. For some people it is a mighty mountain who they consider can’t be conquered. For some it is God. For some it is a peak to be conquered and is a prized possession.

How it was summited for the first time is not a story unknown. We all know that the first people to summit Everest were Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary. As beautiful and as mighty as it looks the horrors while summiting it are known to all. The risky Kumbhu Icefall is notoriously famous as one of the most dangerous sections. Yet there are bravehearts who take up the challenge, go through an extremely tiring ordeal and yet summit the peak.

Ladakh! The name itself makes us imagine the mystical mountains, the magical landscapes, the enigmatic monasteries and the chants of ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’ . The land of Lamas, Ladakh is always a place whose beauty is awed by the whole world. This land of high passes is the dream destination of every traveller.

The culture and tradition of Ladakh, which is still intact and is not touched by modernism, takes us to our roots. The festivals of Ladakh are glorious and royal and this is how the traditions are still carried on and will continue to do so. The proof of this is the upcoming Naropa Festival at the Hemis Monastery.

Ziro is a quaint mountain town nestled in the Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh.

It may be seen as a town that practices its own set of rules,

A far-flung valley that is demarcated by its unique culture from the rest of the world,

A place that has a tribal heritage or

A place that practices a unique system of cultivation.

Know it for any of it’s famed characteristics, but you certainly don’t want to miss visiting this unconventional town.

Would you like to just sit at home and have a hot cup of coffee when it’s raining outside? Or you are from the lot who would rather venture outdoors and have fun? If you are from the latter lot, these destinations are your cup of Coffee. Trekking is best experienced in Monsoon and why travel far away when you have some amazing monsoon trekking destinations to go near your hometown itself. Here we bring you a list of trekking destinations near Mumbai which are worth visiting. So hop into your trekking shoes and have the best one day trips you can ever imagine.