Milegi Tour & Travel


White Water Rafting

Experience the thrill of white water rafting in India along tumbling snow-fed Himalayan rivers in summer destinations in India. White water rafting means cruising down the gushing waters of river in an inflatable rubber raft or white water kayak over roaring waves and swirling fast-moving water for the excitement of a lifetime. The Indian topography has full of possibilities for water sports. The perennial rivers and the rushing waters entices the water sports enthusiasts from all over. The Himalayas, stretching 3,200 kilometers along India’s northern frontiers, cradle numerous rivers which drain them all year round with plenty of first-descent and exploratory possibilities.


Skiing is one sport that has gained immense popularity all over the world and in the past decade have become quiet attention grabbing sport because of the Himalayas. Skiing, like any other high-altitude adventure sports in India, is a contribution of the Europeans. The challenging height and the stretches of the snow clad mountains, with the added advantage of powdered snow are tempting enough to captivate the adventurous spirits of the avid skier, providing all the thrill and excitement attached to the game. Today, skiing is quite popular in the hill stations of North India and new facilities have added up to make it more popular among the masses.

Best Season for skiing : January to March

Jeep Safari

Either you want to explore the wilds of the remote areas or the dense ones or venture in the challenging terrains of Himalayas or the arid deserts of Rajasthan, the best option would be to board a jeep. Why a Jeep? Well, it's the most safest and fastest way to trip through the remote areas. Moreover, jeep is the best way to get the internal look of the forest and its topography.
You can enjoy the jeep safari tours available in the various regions in India. Some of the best ones are the wildlife sanctuaries like - Rajaji National Park, Corbett National Park and Dudhwa National Park in U.P. You will get a whole new Jungle experience in these sanctuaries while moving about in a jeep. Besides, you can also explore the enchanting Himalayas, which are just amazing.

Major Jeep Safari Sites in India -
Jeep Safaris in the Wildlife Areas The jeep safaris take you to the beautiful wildlife areas of India, which are best to explore on jeep. Exploring the wildlife on Jeep is really both convenient and secure, as it is the fastest and safest mode to travel in the remote areas. The jeeps can take you to the remotest part of the jungle and come back within a fraction of a time.


Trekking has come a long way since the days of tedious journeys on foot or grueling hours of travel by ox-cart. Today, trekking conjures up visions of the spectacular northern and eastern Himalayas, the mist-strewn western Ghats or the blue tranquillity of the Nilgiri Hills. India is the ultimate destination for a trekking holiday, offering everything from short and easy excursions to the long challenges of the snowy peaks.

Jammu & Kashmir

J & K is India’s northernmost state, and the one which is best known for trekking. It is an extravagantly beautiful land of flowerspangled meadows, wild orchards, spectacular coniferous forests, icy mountain peaks and clear streams and rivers. The capital, Srinagar, is the base for many treks, notably to the blue Zabarwan Hills and Shankaracharya Hill. The three other main bases in J & K are Pahalgam (100 km from Srinagar) in the Lidder Valley, the base for treks to sacred Amarnath, Aru, Lidderwat and the glacial lakes of Tarsar and Tulian; Gulmarg (51 km from Srinagar), from where treks can be made to the crystal tarns of Apharwat and Alpather, the upland lakes of Vishansar and Gangabal and the Thajiwas Glacier; and Sonamarg, in the Sindh Valley, the base for treks into the surrounding mountains. Srinagar is also the roadhead for trips into the arid plateau of Ladakh, a country of perpetual drought, the home of wild asses and yaks and with high ranges that have some of the largest glaciers in the world outside the polar regions.

Himachal Pradesh

The landscape of this province ranges from the barren rocks and raging torrents of the valleys of Spiti and Lahaul in the north to the southern orchard country of Kangra and Chamba. Treks from Manali include the Bhaga river to Keylong, and then on to the Bara Shigri glacier or over the Baralacha Pass to Leh (see above). Kulu, in the centre of the province, is set in a narrow valley between the towering Himalayas and the river Beas, and is famous for its temples and religious festivals. Treks from here traverse terraced paddy fields and on to remoter regions of snow and ice. The view from the Rohtang Pass is particularly spectacular. The town of Dharamsala, in the Kangra Valley area, is the base for treks into the Bharmaur Valley over the Indrahar Pass, and on to other still higher passes beyond. Chamba, situated on a mountain above the Ravi River, is named after the fragrant trees which flourish around its richly carved temples. Treks from the nearby town of Dalhousie lead to the glacial lake of Khajjiar and to the passes of Sach and Chini. Simla, the summer capital of the British, is a high hill station and the base for treks into Kulu Valley via Jalori Pass and on to the Kalpur and Kinnaur Valleys.