Adventure Activities


Bike Tours:
Manali draws youngsters from India as well as world over with a thrill to ride Himalayas. With a powerful motorbike as a mode of transport the thrill of journey is unprecedented for covering vast stretches of mountains, paved roads restrict one. Leh - Ladakh bike tours basically start from Manali and best bikes in Manali are hired by adventure lovers for their Leh Bike Safari!

 

 

 

Hot Air Balloon:
Hot air ballooning in Manali is latest trend that’s gaining interest between visitors, specially newly weds and kids. Riding up above in air suddenly lifts the energy levels to excitement and makes a perfect adventure sport in Manali. Hot air balloons in Manali are organised safely near wide open spaces and balloons are tied with thick solid ropes to maintain stability and safety of riders. The organisers make it sure that winds do not make sudden swings and there are no causalities.

We arrange safe ballooning for groups at Manali for individual groups, couples and adventure lovers. Ballooning is an incredibly new adventure sport that is less time consuming , somewhat safe in comparison to other risky sports and have an easy approach to reach the site.

 

Jeep Safari:
The Jeep Safari takes you through one of the highest mountain highways of the world from the Manali across the Rohtang Pass to move through Lahaul to Leh, Ladakh after crossing the passes of Baralacha La ( 4830 meters), Lacha Lung La (5065 meters) and Tanglung La ( 5360 meters). It is spectacular drive through an austere and awe inspiring landscape. One can also drive through the rugged moonscape of Spiti over the Kunzum pass ( 4551 meters) to see the Tabo, The “Ajanta of the Himalyas” and Spiti Valley.

Mountains are a unique ecosystem. With all their ecological and cultural excellences, they seem to be predestined for tourism. Zones of refugia, they offer ideal conditions for rest, relaxation and recreation for mankind. Man has sought them for higher and nobler pursuits of life.


Paragliding:
Riding the thermals and sailing the blue sky like the Himalyan Eagle can be thrilling experience. Paragliding facilities are available at Solang Nallah and Marhi. Tourist are advised to undertake the sport only through the operators who are registered with the Tourism Department. Also insist on the pilot showing you his registration license issued by the District Administration.

Paragliding is organized in Kullu valley throughout the year at Solang Valley, located 14 kms from Manali and other locations like Marhi, Fatru, Bijli Mahadev etc.

 

Skiing:
Full of adventure and excitement, skiing attracts many a tourist to Himachal Pradesh. If you are inclined towards skiing, head to Kufri, which is the best place to enjoy this sport. Mahasu ridge (a little above Kufri) is also visited by skiing buffs. The famous skiing destinations near Manali are the Solang Nallah, Patalsu, Kothi, Marhi and Rohtang slopes. Narkanda(64 km from Shimla) is another fantastic skiing destination.

Heli Skiing, a fascinating adventure sport, can also be enjoyed at Himachal Pradesh at Hanuman Tibba, Rohtang Pass, Deo Tibba and Chanderkhani Pass.

 

Trekking:
Manali trekking is rich in its scenic splendor. The region offers numerous trekking routes that are clearly well defined as well asunbeaten tracks that attract the more enthusiasts of the lot. Trekking in Manali offers marvelous routes through the rocky terrain, alpine meadows or even the dense forests and sanctuaries.The mountain ranges form several connectors or passes that are favorite to the trekkers.

 

 

 

Water Rafting:
River- rafting in manali is offered by private operators at Pirdi near Kullu where a water sports centre has been set up to provide the rafting services in manali for the tourists. Rafting in manali is available on stretches of the River Beas, where rapids of high grades can be negotiated. Rafting in kullu manali provides an exhilarating interlude fro enthusiasts. kayaking is possible at Pandoh Dam on the way to Mandi. Water rafting in Kullu manali is done on river Beas from Pirdi down to Jhiri, on a stretch of approximately 14 kms.