SURFING : There are waves in India all year round averaging 3 to 5 feet but the season for big waves (8 feet plus) is May through September. This is the pre-monsoon and monsoon season. At this time the surf will range from 8 to 15 feet and bigger - often blown out and messy but sometimes the conditions are fantastic - super glassy and offshore winds, at which time you can expect some world class waves.
WHITEWATER RAFTING : White water rafting in India is almost exclusively confined to the northern rivers which flow southwards from the Himalayas, gushing between densely forested mountains and through steep gorges. Rivers such as the Alaknanda, Bhagirathi, Indus, Zanskar and Teesta offer raft-worthy rapids, and a trip down a river can be a great way to see the countryside.
WHITEWATER KAYAKING : Whitewater kayaking is the sport of paddling a kayak on a moving body of water, typically a whitewater river. Whitewater kayaking can range from active, moving water, to demanding, extreme whitewater.Whitewater kayaking is a niche sport with some hardcore following. While the Himalayan rivers are teeming with largely commercial kayakers and some weekend adventurers, in south it is largely the weekend kayakers who have been driving the sport. most people, kayaking is a life changing experience or at the very least an adrenaline-charged adventure.
Jet Skiing : Experience the exhilaration of powering a jet-ski through the waves. Blast through the water on some of the hottest 'jet-skis' in the world . We also offer professional training for learners and those who want to take their skills to the next level.