People doing crazy stunts, attempting never thought about feats, pushing their limits, going high on adventure, this is what Banff films are made of. A personal account of people trying to do the impossible, these films are just what you need to watch to get motivated to do something crazy in life. A world renowned Mountain Film Festival, Banff is looked upon as the epitome of all mountain films festivals. Here’s all you need to know about Banff Mountain Film festival and the films of 2016/2017 out for the World Tour.

A hub for spirituality, yoga, pilgrimage and peace of mind, Rishikesh is the epitome for people seeking their inner self and meeting the high energy they believe in. Rishikesh has so many jewels to its crown that it makes for one of the most sought after destination for every kind of traveler. An ancient healing place with hills and rivers, it’s the abode of God for a spiritual traveller. But it’s not only the spirituality of this holy place which attracts travellers, Rishikesh is now the adventure hub of India. It has got everything from White-Water Rafting to Bungee Jumping and more. So if you are a backpacker and adventurer then this Ultimate Rishikesh Guide is your bible.

In this world, where currently hate and fear are tearing people apart, we find sweet souls who through their actions bring a smile on our faces. Talking about sweet souls, Here we introduce you to a couple who is bringing a smile and immense amount of positivity in this world by doing what they do the best.


Meet Shanjali Shahi and Kaustubh Khade.

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.

The Chaliyar is a peaceful river  which originates from the Elambalari Hills in the Wayanad plateau and empties in the Lakshadweep Sea. Upholding the cause of conservation of this river, Chaliyaar River Challenge by Clean Rivers Initiative facilitated by Jellyfish Watersports, came up with the idea of Kayaking for a cause.

Chaliyar River Challenge is a 3 days and 70 kms paddling event in the Chaliyar river organised by a group of professional kayakers. Chaliyar River Challenge aims at promoting the many recreational and adventurous ways this river can be used. It also aims at initiating a connection between the river and youngsters, school children and families. The event will be flagged off from Nilambur on 23rd of September and will conclude at Beypore on 25th of September.

White Water Kayaking is still a recreational sport in India. To make it interesting and more adventurous, the Malabar River Festival in Kerala calls in many paddlers to Iruvanjhipuzha and Chalipuzha Rivers to compete with each other. Termed as Asia’s Biggest Kayaking festival, this year the extreme adventure competition in God’s Own Country had events for Kayakers of all levels. A fun event held on 29-31st July had some quirky titles for it winners like ‘The Rapid Rajah’ and ‘The Rapid Rani’ who were the paddlers that won the Super Finals.  

Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.

Rabindranath Tagore

Aren’t the monsoons exactly the way Rabindranath Tagore says? The moment we see the rains pouring down all we want to do is go out and enjoy getting drenched. With rains come the opportunity to venture outdoors and explore the amazing and beautiful nature.  From Trekking to Whitewater Rafting, rains are a blessing for the adventure junkie as there are so many interesting adventure activities in monsoons which will make you fall in love with the rains.
Here’s a list of Adventure Sports activities you can do in the Monsoons. So get into your raincoats and chase the waters!

Despite several efforts from several people in the past few years, kayaking is still a fairly unexplored sport. Perhaps that is what led India’s top kayaker, Kaustubh Khade to enter into the Limca Book of World Records by kayaking 413 kms from Mumbai to Goa in just 17 days.

Someone had to make a start!

We are trying to do our bit in the game and create awareness about kayaking. So we decided to to start off by showcasing the top 5 best kayaking documentaries ever made.

‘No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it is not the same river and he is not the same man’- Heraclitus

Meet Kaustubh Khade; after testing the waters in sports like sailing, archery, football, rugby, swimming, and track, he finally found his spot: Kayaking.