India Sports & Outdoors

  • Yak Ride.
    Yak Ride.
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  • A very docile animal, well decorated.
    A very docile animal, well decorated.
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India Sports & Outdoors

  • Adventure sports

    Hyderabad Sports & Outdoors

    Hyderabad is mostly flat and rocky land with some rocky hills like the maulali, gunrock, ammuguda, that offer 2-3 hours of hiking or trekking opportunities, Bhongir Fort is another huge Rock Hill about 50 Kms from Hyderabad Great Hyderabad Adventure Club conducts 2 such hiking events every month in and around Hyderabad hiking shoes, full sleeves...

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  • Sports in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad Sports & Outdoors

    Sports in Hyderabad was always the vestige of Royalty. The truly global sport that came to India was Cricket, through the British. Patronised later by the ruling Nawbas and Princes of various states all over India. It gained prominence to its current state now where Cricket is next only to religion. Hyderabad has been home to the most laziest set...

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  • Beaches along the west coast

    You can find a few nice beaches along the west coast, but probably Goa has the best ones. February is still high season so you might find them a bit crowded. But you might go to the SOUTH beaches, which usually are less crowded. PALOLEM is a grat option, southernmost. When I was there like 10 years ago there were only huts at the beach. I was...

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  • wild life adventure

    Everyone desire for having a luxury vacation in his/her life which is a hidden in their hearts . This desire should be fulfilled by having Luxurious tours to India or other places they like which gives them the best satisfaction to treat yourself or a loved one.Luxury holidays means enjoying amazing water sports here, relishing food and view of the...

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  • Tennis tales...

    While India has done quite well in Davis cup competitions, reaching the finals on three occassions, there has been a dearth of individual performances of late.The Krishnans, the Amritraj's have had their share of success in the past. Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi formed a formidable duo on the doubles circuit, reaching the number one rank. There...

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  • Ladakhi Women’s Travel Company

    I thought it was best to book a trek before coming to Leh. I was not sure how easy it would be to walk around in Leh on arrival to find a trek leaving, and coming back, within the time I was planning to be there. While searching on Internet I came across Ladakhi Women’s Travel Company. It is an agency owned by a women and they only have women...

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  • For sporty travellers in India

    Most of the usual sport activitues are available in India. There are beaches (Goa is most popular) but most coastal areas have good beaches. Golf is possible, in Delhi, Kolkata & Mumbai.White-water rafting is popular in the north of the country.And by far the most enjoyable- walking and hiking trails. The area around Rishikesh is really pretty. The...

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  • Try gully cricket once

    Cricket is like a religion in India. Players are worshipped and its not rare to find garlands on television sets when a match is going on. People would prefer to meet up all at a place and watch a match instead of watching alone at home. During my association with people from countries that do not play cricket, they have always wondered at how...

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  • Adventure Trip

    Hi mathew, first i appreciate you for taking adventure in your thoughts. today the world is so much addicted to the machinery life. so people never used to take risk on their life. but you are different. for your sake i'm suggesting you the himachal in india. because i done my adventure tour over there for this vacation. we took pearls travel for...

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  • A nation's passion

    What else but CRICKET . Try to learn this so-called gentleman's game when you're in India, or at least soak up a whole nation's highly infectious passion for the sport. During important matches, say when India plays Pakistan, where national pride is at stake, the atmosphere easily dwarfs that of any World Cup football matches.As for me, my...

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  • Picking your Travel Agent

    One of the Biggest Problems that I repeatedly came across whilst travelling in India was finding Genuine Information !!??There are so Many Scams, Rip-Off’s and so called travel agents that offer a Poor, Unreliable and Very Expensive service.So, You can imagine my Pleasure when I Finally came across a Genuine, Friendly and helpful Travel Agent !!Who...

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  • Formula 1: Catching up with the world...

    One of the fastest growing sports on Indian televison. Formula 1 has become something that most of urban India has become familiar with this season. Thanks to Narain Karthikeyan, the first Indian ever to be racing in F1. Karthikeyan had a mixed season last year, with team Jordan. But the fact that an Indian has made it to this extremely exclusive...

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  • Reach High

    Funny play which is played in different forms like climbing a slippery long erect steel rod,climbing to hit the pot filled with treasure played during festives...

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  • Play Cricket in the street with the Kids

    Like my New Zealand, India is a cricketing nation. I would even go as far as to say they are even more full on about it than us Kiwis. Street cricket games are omnipresent, if I can use that word.And joining one is easy. I always just go up and say Hi! And within minutes you have a bat in your hand or a ball. If you can spin the ball, bowl a googly...

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  • Mountaineering

    If you're fired by the spirit of adventure, let the sparks in your heart fly...... in India, a land blessed with lofty snow-clad peaks, crystal glaciers, rolling meadows, jagged rock faces, verdant valleys, meandering rivers, cascading waterfalls, dense forests, and hospitable people, blessed with a rich culture - a land perfect for mountaineering,...

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  • The Char Dhams Trek

    The char (four) dhams (starting points) - Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri and Gangotri. Traditionally, the yatra (journey) is carried out from west to east – starting with Yamunotri, it proceeds to Gangotri, then to Kedarnath and Badrinath. En route to the dhams are the awesome confluence points of the rivers – some of them easily among the most...

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  • More Trekking

    Another point of confluence is Karna Prayag, merely 11 km away from the famed Pindari Glacier. Here the rivers Pindari and Alaknanda become one. This township serves as a base point for trekkers moving on to the high altitudes, including the glacier itself. Twenty two km away from Karna Prayag is Nanda Prayag – it offers yet another visual treat in...

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