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"I was on a trip to andamans with my family. We went to a deserted island which was formed of volcanic ash. It was all arid, rocky and dry. I spotted a very little plant, growing at the corner of one volcanic stone and i felt like this is how life adapted and originated on earth. I clicked a pic of that tiny plant and preserved it as my most precious discovery."
Sudipa Saha from Kolkata
"It was when I was a kid. My family went to Ganges on a holiday trip. Like many other, my parents also decided to do some puja on the banks of holy river Ganga.
Because of water and so many flowers and other puja related stuff, it was slippery on the stairs where I was standing with my parents. While my parents were doing the puja, I stepped down one step to see the water but slipped and fell into Ganga. Since I was a small child and did not know swimming also, I was drowning and parents were busy with their puja.
Thankfully some pandit noticed me drowning and pulled me out. I was very much scared and always remember that terrible experience."
Nisha Kumari from Allahabad
"I went to a trip with my friends to Manali. We were travelling by car taxi. Since it was snowing, all the roads were slippery and our driver was driving very slowly.
As we started on the way to Rohtang, the route becomes more narrow and slippery. At a point, we met huge traffic block and on enquiring we got to know that there has been a major accident of a bus and a car.
We all stepped down and went to the accident place. The family riding in the car was badly injured and people were standing there waiting for the police to come. We felt so bad looking at the useless crowd and went forward. We helped the injured t get up and offered them water. Since the road was all blocked, we made a team of 2-2 and lifted the injured and brought them out of the crowd. We stopped few cars at the end of the traffic jam and took the injured to hospital.
This was the real adventure I ever realized in my life."
Rahul Garg from Delhi
'It was during my very first experience of rock climbing. I was bit nervous at the start but my guide gave me enough confidence and I started for my journey.
I was moving very slowly and safely following the guide’s instructions but suddenly I missed one step and my leg slipped off the rock. I became so scared that I even missed the grip of the rope and was hanging with the supports tied to me.
I was screaming loudly and all my group mates also became worried.
But thank to God and my guide, he climbed very quickly and hold me tight. I was shaking badly but he supported me strongly and helped me to come down safely.
I am very much grateful to him for saving my life."
Mohit Jaiswal from Kolkata
"My story is about my honeymoon trip. I went to Mauritius for honeymoon.
It was the last day of the trip when we went to a beach there and all the activities involved water like different sort of water sports, underwater diving, para gliding etc.
Prior to this, I had a fear of water and height and so none of these were of my interest. But my husband likes all this lot and he was very excited. When I discovered about my fear, he very nicely explained me that nothing will happen and gave me confidence saying that he is there with me always. Trusting his words, I accompanied him in all the activities and I really enjoyed doing all that.
Now whenever we go out for any holiday, I push him for going for water sports and other such events. Thanks to my love for helping me get rid of fears
Neha Jindal from Bangalore
"My most memorable moment is my first chopper ride.
It was when I was in Australia. We went to visit 12 Apostles and chose to take a chopper ride above the huge Indian Ocean.
At the start, I was very much scared as I always feared from height. But feeling shy of telling this to my friends, I also agreed to take the ride. 3 of us sat in the chopper with seat belts tied and the flight started. Looking at me, the pilot understood that I am scared. So he started talking to me and telling me to forget about everything and just enjoy the beauty from this view. Initially I ignored what he was saying but then I also started enjoying and forgot all my fear.
The moment I forgot everything and looked at the beautiful ocean, I was so delighted and enjoyed a lot. Now I have no fear of height and enjoy all the trips and events fully."
Piyush Saxena from Mumbai
"I love to travel religious places. My most thrilling experience was trip to Vaishno devi. It was such an inclement weather, still we continued to climb the mountain. It took us little over 24 hours to reach the top of the mountain and have darshan. I can never forget this trip to Vaishno Devi. It was the most thrilling experience till now."
Anurag Chaturvedi from Bhopal
"My first River rafting experience - while river rafting we had a great time paddling, the small rapids and most of all, every one of us jumped into the river. We had life jackets so trusted our lives on it. :) . We floated along the raft downstream. After a will, after enjoying and trying to swim, we got back into the raft. Another rapid or two, we finished the 8km stretch. Got into the jeeps waiting for us. This took us back to the base camp. That experience was really amazing i want to do it again."
Amisha chothwani from Aagra
"Recently, I have been to the Shimla.It was a very good trip and all and all an informative trip also.Because we discovered that this was the summer capital of the Britishers as they ruled India.It was a place discovered and renovated by them and it is said that they loved Simla,as it was called then,a lot!"
shivani choudhary from Amritsar
"We went to Kanya-Kumari some time back,it was drowning movement as I saw the sea for the first time.I was so immersed in the movement that I went lost at the backdrop of the lovely shores of the Indian Ocean.The color of the ocean was divided in three,people said it is because,water from Bay of Bengal and Arabic Ocean mixed with the Indian Ocean over here.What a moment that was!"
Sonali mitra from Ghaziabad
"This was my annual, usual trip to with my boyfriend to some exotic destination and we chose ,the Amer Fort,this time around.I ahve watched the might of the fort in some Bollywood flicks like "Jodha Akbar" and "Veer" but I wanted to feel the aroma of that historic and magnificent place.As soon as we saw the mighty for at front of us ,we were awestruck and it was like that the time has stopped for both us.As we entered the palace we discovered very interesting facts about the emperors and the fort.The most interesting was the under-ground reservoir system that I liked to the limits,it was used to collect & store all the water that fell in the form of rain over the perimeter of the fort. That was just amazing and I fell in love with the fort.I mean people were too intelligent at those times and we are too dumb that we waste water,the life giver all the time! It was a visit from which I learned a lot not only about history but also about the ethical way of living life. "
Rinkal Bhansali from Mumbai
"Hello friends...i went to rishikesh for rafting with my friends...it was a most wonderful experience of my life...we had our tents on the beach side...with water flowing near by,with beach vollyball...we were welcomed with breakfast...it was a very beautiful place...we went for the rafting in the afternoon....its was a 16 km rafting from shivpuri...we did cliff jumping which was little..."
Vikas Sharma from Ajmer
"It was usual annual trip to my grand parents.But this time around our car broke midway and we were like,awww...standing on the highway for some help!!As i stepped down the car I felt the deep forests on the both sides of the road ,but we were lucky that a family was traveling to the same destination and the pulled our car through tha remaining path!!!That was quite an adventure to me."
Vipul Arora from Delhi
"I went to the mountains of Ladakh last year with my friends circle on BIKES.People said we were mad to do so,but we loved the experience and lived it to the fullest.I must say we rode on some very difficult roads and had an adventurous tour.We visited certain landmarks like the:- 1.Magnetic Hill, that pulls your vehicle up the steep without any engine even switched on!! 2.We went to the school that used in the shooting of the "3 Idiots". 3.And we went to that famous lake also. 4.We met some amazing people on our journey. I would always love to replicate the feat again, with my pals!!!@@@"
Priya Singh from Faridabad
"Some time ago i was in Shillong doing ParaGliding. The instructor prepared me well for the gliding purpose. During the time of Para gliding. I got on the top of a hill and from there i started my gliding to a distance of 10 kms. It was amazing and thrilling as i saw birds flying with me and they are competing with me .But it was amazing and awesome. Everthing looked so beautiful and chromatic."
Anamika from Das
"When i was 10 my family went to Dwarka(Gujrat). We went there to see Lord Krishna’s temple. The island was 1-2 kms in the sea. We went there by steamer .In the meantime what i saw is worship. People are going to the Lord Krishna’s island by swimming not my steamers to show there worship towards the god. That was very breathtaking."
Vikas Kumawat from Jaipur
"Some time ago i was on a Safari in Jim Corbett National Park. We were on regular safari in Jungle. Suddenly we saw a group of tiger. We felt afraid and the tiger groups was unaware of us.So we went on clicking the pics.It was amazing and we came back safely.That was first time i saw TIGER. "
Khurshid Bharucha from Mumbai
"I was on a trip to Goa .I with my friends went there by train. When we entered into Goa state we saw DUDHSAGAR waterfall.The water in this fall was totally white.When our train went into it we were covered with white snow and it was amazing.We enjoyed very much."
Abhishek from Patni
"I just came back from my trip with Wildex Adventures Rishikesh. Our guide Hans was awesome. He took us to off beaten paths and it just made the adventure memorable. It gave me a better understanding of the planet we live in and how to take care of it. Thanks and keep up the AWESOME treks you folks discover and share."
Akansha Shinde from Mumbai
"I was on a trip to Jaipur in Rajasthan. From start to finish, our trip was great. The local guides were friendly, personable and very knowledgeable. The accommodations at Rambagh Palace were outstanding and really made the trip. We met fantastic people on the tour that we really enjoyed spending time with. The Hawa Mahal was the absolute highlight of our trip and will last with me for the rest of my life. The whole trip was perfectly balanced with adventure, sightseeing and relaxing."
Shailendra Sharma from Ambala
"I was on a trip to Ladakh in this summer. It was a trip of a lifetime. The other people and families on our boat were the icing on the cake. The ground staff, airport, etc. excellent.The guides were very hardworking, personable and accommodating...there was somewhat of a difference not only style...but knowledge and delivery, between out naturalist guides. We feel very fortunate that on this trip all the stars lined up...magical!"
SHALINI PATHAK from New Delhi
"My Gulmarg trip was EXCELLENT!!! I loved that the activities were always optional and that staff was always available. I would return in a heart beat! I've shared my great adventure experience with family, friends and Facebook. I LOVED IT!"
Ankur Garg from Rewari
"This is the best trip my husband and I have ever been on. The information received prior to the trip described exactly what to except and there were absolutely no surprises. Good job on the write up of all the activities and preparation to take for the trip. We loved the beauty of the Siliguri and the comfortable atmosphere. But what I found to be extraordinary was the Waterfall. All things made the trip unforgettable."
Yamini verma from Chennai
"My Trekking in Garhwal.Garhwal in Uttarakhand has some of the world’s best trekking routes for veterans and beginners. In fact, Garhwal trekking is like no other because of the beautiful dense forests of rhododendron, oak and pine trees which are common here. And if one is lucky, trekkers can also spot the rich wildlife like the Ibex, snow fox, snow leopard etc. There are numerous popular treks in Garhwal Himalaya which have received rave reviews from trekking enthusiasts from all over the world. "
Prashant from Jaipur
"I am a young girl.....and last year, my parents asked me marry and offered some photographs.I must say I am an adventure loving girl so when I heard all these talks I wanted to relive the free minded days I used to enjoy at my college. So, I decided any churned out a plan with my oldies to go to non other place than 'Goa' ,though it was difficult to convince the parents as this was the only girl trip!!But finally as we reached the destination of our choice, we were thrilled to see the beauty of the sea and the wow environment there....we went down to surf on the boats and crafts....we did lot of things(all of them can't be revealed, you know!!), enjoyed a lot, partied and had some gushing moments as all the guys stared us( heeheee:P ).Well that was the trip I enjoyed a lot and guess what it was just the start and I am going such trips to various places around from that instant and to the rescue am still single. :D :D "
Sravani Sambu from Kurnool
"on 2 Sep 2012, Our office team planned to go for outing on the occasion of ofc foundation day. we reached their on Sunday, 2 Sep at afternoon . it was the lunch time. first oue team enjoy the delicious lunch. and then goes to water rides we enjoy in swimming pools, paly football in swimming pools , sliding , jumping and lot of funn. and in evening go for tea coffee, and then enjoy DJ night with drinks it was one of my memorable evening. after dinner we goes to sleep. and in early morining we againg goes to swimming pool and enjoying their with photography, and suddenly one of our team member jumpped in pool and his head coiled with the surface of pool and he got injured. we were affaried about waht to do now, because all of we are stranger for that area, we dont know where to go for the treatment, and blood is coming continiously from his head. then we ask to their local member and search a hospital and admit him in emergency . but its our good luck that he got only four stitch nothing else. then we cancle our other avtivities their and just come back to our cities. "
Vivek Roy from Pune
"Once when i went to kerala was a unforgettable moments in my life, i ride an elephant. it as a while ago I saw many elephants are running towards at me.
At first I'm scared about that! but when there are bit closer, I immediately whip my elephant and he then begin to run, likely i just like having a race with others elephants it so very nice to compete and it was my first time! It so cool... It is a ground breaking to me in that day... "
Vinit Gandhi from Bikaner
"I like to travel religious places. My most thrilling experience was trip to Vaishno devi. It was such an inclement weather, still we continued to climb the mountain. It took us little over 24 hours to reach the top of the mountain and have darshan. I can never forget this trip to Vaishno Devi. It was the most thrilling experience till now. "
Kavya Sharma from Jaipur