Skiing in India can be fun; Himalayan Ranges is the ideal place to ski



India is definitely a tourist destination. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, every state, every city has something novel and unusual to exhibit. Kerala, Uttaranchal, J & K are the Honey moon  locales in India and if you are looking for some fun and frolic then Goa, Karnataka is for sure your place. Likewise, India is also becoming quite popular in the adventure sports section. The mind set of today’s generation has completely changed (thanks to Bollywood movies). Now we need adventure, alacrity, adrenalin rushes stuffs.
 
Indian tourism is seeing many upcoming adventure sports organizing companies. Trekking, river rafting, scuba diving, skiing, paragliding and sailing are few of the popular sports in here. As much as trekking is encouraged skiing is not. People have this misconception that skiing can be dangerous.  But in reality it is one of the safest sports in the world. In the other countries, skiing is conducted more than trekking. Well, honestly if that was the case then walking is equally dangerous.

All you need is to master the art of skiing and there you go - whooshing like a magnificent snake to glory land. Skiing in India can be seen up north in the Himalayan Ranges. It is the best sport you can opt for during the summer days. The snow melts to the right texture which helps the skiers to slide effortlessly.
 
Phalgham and Gulmarg in Jammu Kashmir, Manali, kufri, Narkhanda and Solang Nala in Himachal Pradesh, Mundli, Dayara Bugyal, Auli and Munsiyari in Uttaranchal are the ideal destinations for skiing. Gulamarg is nominated Asia’s 7th best skiing destination and the best period to enjoy skiing there is during December and March.
 
Manali is equally famous for skiing and it is one of the hot tourist spots in India. Having plenty of options, India is now looking for something daring from the mundane holidaying packages.