Thursday, December 28, 2006

White Water Rafting - In One Of The Most Beautiful Places On Earth

If you want a white water rafting experience that offers you everything:

Stunning scenery, mighty rivers, huge gorges, impressive rapids and wild white water, in areas of wilderness and stunning natural beauty, then white water rafting in the Indian Himalayas offers you all this and much more.

The Himalayas a white water rafting experience of a lifetime!

The Himalayas offer some of the most exciting white water rafting in the world.

While people tend to think of Tibet and Nepal when they think of the of the Himalayas, India is becoming more popular and with good reason:

It’s easier to travel to India and the scenery in the Indian Himalayas is truly breathtaking and with nearly a third of the Himalayas in India, there is something for everyone.

For the white water rafting experience of a lifetime India offers you everything you need.

White Water Rafting For All

White water rafting in the Indian Himalayas is exciting, there are holidays for all levels of experience.

For those who want the ultimate white water and rapid experience, to those who want a gentler trip. The Indian Himalayas offer something for both novice and professional rafters.

The Golden Triangle of India

I was fortunate to have traveled to India to see its rich history of palaces, great cities and ancient culture. But, what gripped my imagination in particular was the ‘Golden Triangle Tour India’. This area comprises Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. I could not contain my excitement to see the fabled ‘Taj Mahal’ in Agra. Nearby, I went to see Red Fort and was quite amazed to see that its massive red sandstone walls rise over 65 feet and measure 1.5 miles in circumference. Notable attractions in Jaipur were the Amber Palace and the Palace of the Winds.

The tourist attractions in New Delhi India are a divide between the old and the new. It took me almost half a day to see the whole of the Red Fort in old Delhi. I just about managed to have a glimpse at the nearby Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque. I found that ‘New Delhi’ is trying to become a modern city with tree-lined boulevards, spacious parks, and modern style luxury hotels. I kept gazing up at the soaring Qutab Minar tower. The city impressed me with some of the finest restaurants which offered not only many styles of regional cuisine but international cuisine as well.