Explore the Adventure of India with Peak Adventure

Noida, India (PressExposure) October 27, 2009 -- Over the past few years, India has emerged as one of the most sought-after adventure destinations for discerning international travelers. Today it is one of the few countries in the world that offers the variety of adventure opportunities. The diversity is absolutely fascinating, starting from Heli-skiing in the high Himalayas to river-rafting in the white waters of the mighty Ganga.

Vacationers can explore the rare Indian wildlife or chase the highest mountains of the world. This land even offers opportunities to compete with the rough terrains of the Himalayas. For adventure seekers, there are ample of options to explore India with bikes or enjoy a jeep safari tour. Vacationers can trek over High Mountain Passes in the Himalayas ( http://www.peakadventuretour.com/ )and may even enjoy the experience of fishing, rafting or surfing on the fast rapids of Ganga and other rivers that flow in the Himachal Pradesh.

The Himalayan Sikkim province is the picturesque and verdant with clean crisp air, deep blue mountain lakes. Buddhist monasteries and hillsides set against a backdrop of snow-clad mountains. This place offer one of the most wonderful and exhilarating ranges in the world and best opportunity to view the natural beauty through naked eyes. For trekking enthusiasts this area features exciting trekking routes in the upper spoilt terrain, or a quiet communion with the mountains. In fact, there are few places in India that could hardly match the Himalayan state of Sikkim.

Ladakh is a landscape of unearthly beauty and considered as yet other remote, mythical and adventure regions of India. Carved through its center by the headwaters of the Indus River offers some fantastic and challenging hiking opportunities. Adding to this, there are a variety of long, mid, and short range treks, which follow the rough trails and passes through some spectacular high-altitude mountain passes.

Apart from this, the Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas comprise of some of the highest mountain ranges in the world. Trekking in this region can be very rewarding as well. Featuring snow-capped peaks, crystal clear glaciers, breathtaking valleys, lush meadows, dense forests, terrace farming locales and cascading waterfalls are all part of the settings for a truly exhilarating trekking experience. Apart from all this, this region even offers wide alternatives for those vacationers who love to play skiing on the slopes covered with snow.

Today India is well known for its diverse adventure tour options and has some of the best facilities in the world. It indeed has a lot to offer that at times it makes difficult for tourists to decide or plan a trip. Addressing to overcome from this problem, Peak Adventure Tour, one of the leading India’s adventure tour companies to offer and conduct various adventure tour programs covering various parts of India. Emphasizing on the travelers’ interests and needs, the company ensures to provide a true Indian adventure experience.

“We at Peak Adventure are geared to cater to all the requirements of business as well as leisure travelers. Our years of experience in handling adventure tours within India have enabled us to meet tourists’ requirements time after time. We always ensure to make travel in India the ultimate adventure experience and an absolute haven for adventure lovers”, said the Managing Director, Peak Adventure Tour.

About Peak Adventure Tour Pvt. Ltd.

Peak Adventure Tour is leading India’s adventure tour company specializes in adventure tours, trekking tours, expeditions tours, wildlife safari, camping snow trekking, glaciers tours and more adventure activities. To get more or complete information on Peak Adventure Tour, visit website: http://www.peakadventuretour.com/

Peak Adventure Tour Pvt. Ltd.
C-114 Sector -2
Noida, UP
Pin 201301
Mobile: 9811636814
Phone: 91-120-4052615

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Press Release Submitted On: October 27, 2009 at 2:52 am
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