5 Unique Experiences to Try Out in India

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5 Unique Experiences to Try Out in India

Tired of spending your time beach-bumming or touring ancient ruins? Here are 5 ideas on unique experiences you can only try in India.

  1. Practice yoga in the world's yoga capital of Rishikesh
    Home to cult yoga schools, Rishikesh attracts the best yogis from around the world. It is definitely the best place to get initiated.

    2. Become a rainforest volunteer  in Karnataka
    A rainforest teeming with wild life and flora in the Western Ghats of India accepts volunteers from May to November to help the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station protect endangered species.

    3. Enroll for kalaripayattu classes in Kochi
    Mother of all martial arts – that's how kalaripayattu is called as it is one of the most ancient defence art forms in the world. Try your hand in it. 

    4. Trek the frozen river in Ladakh
    Head to the Indian Hymalayas to set onto one of the most thrilling adventures there. The best time to go is between January and February.

    5. Go bouldering in Hampi
    Though Hampi is quite a popular destination, bouldering is relatively a new activity there. Train your muscles while admiring the picturesque scenery of the River Tungabhadra.



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