Quick Facts of India 

India is located in Southern Asia bordering the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Neighboring countries include Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, Nepal, and Pakistan. India is the world's largest democracy. Hence UN estimates, its population is expected to overtake China's in 2028 to become the world's most populous nation.

India has a diverse in geology. Upland plain (Deccan Plateau) in the south, flat to rolling plain along the Ganges river, deserts in west, and the Himalayas in the north. As a result, India is the Home to some of the world's most ancient surviving civilizations. The Indian subcontinent - from the Himalayan range of Afghanistan frontier to the jungles of Myanmar. In conclusion, India is both vast and diverse in terms of its people, language and cultural traditions and religion.


  • Capital: New Delhi
  • Area Total: 3,287,263 km2
  • Language: Hindi is official national language, Besides Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu are top 5 languages in India. English is widely in use in big cities and tourism hub.
  • Population: 27,676,547 (July 2006 EST.)
  • Currency: Indian Rupees code is INR and ₹ are representing the symbol.
  • Area Total:3.287 Million km2
  • National Bird:Peacock
  • National Flower:Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)
  • Forest Area:775 sq km
  • Altitude: Between 0m and 8586m above sea level Kanchenjunga. Third highest mountain in the world 
  • Religion: Hinduism


The two major religions practiced in Nepal are Hinduism and Islamism, a majority of people being Hinduism.
The other popular religion in India is Buddhist, Christianity, Jainism, Sikhism.


Because India is such a multicultural and diverse society, various holidays and festivals are celebrated throughout the country. There are three national holidays in India:

  • January 26: Republic Day
  • August 15: Independence Day
  • October 2: Gandhi Day, Additionally, there are local festivals and holidays in each region dependent on the religious and ethnic demographic.


Indians are some of the friendliest people in the world. We encourage you to speak to the locals throughout your journey. They are always excited to engage in delightful conversation with foreigners, and it will allow you to learn more about Indias' colorful culture.Beggars are common while the big touristic town has centers that teach this as a scam, especially by manipulating children. If you feel compelled to give, we recommend donating money to a reputable charitable organization that will disperse the funds to the community. Please ask your guide or representative about recognized places to donate


The tallest mountain in India is the Kanchenjunga at 28, 208 feet / 8586m is the third highest mountain in the world. Just south of the Himalayas is the Indian gigantic Plain which lies between the Indus and Ganges rivers. In addition, there is a desert on the north-western end of India, this called Thar desert, While Deccan plateau in the southern part of India with many rolling hills and rivers.


Incredibly rich in breathtaking topography, India is a place of infinite offerings!

Temperature, climate, traditional, natural landscape, traditional or any other holidays interesting topic, that you want to experience in India is totally different in all senses with the other in every corner of India. This unique feature makes India a big house for innumerable adventure activities! Whether you hate it or love it, but Summer is definitely one season which opens up a lot of doors in our lives! One such door is adventure activities in which the extreme adventure seekers are always in search of.

Adventure is the identity of the youth and youth in the face of India! In conclusion, Adventure activities, Culture Tours, Trekking in India, Festivals tours, camel safari and much more are always in high demand in India.

India is being blessed with vast culture, traditions, religion, lifestyle also with nature’s bounty. As a result, India is a country which is the hot topic of adrenaline junkies seeking that quick rush of blood with vast adventure activities! If you are one in search of high adventure holidays, here Trekking Trail Nepal gives brief about the various adventure activities that you could try your hands on!

Here are the top 10 adventure activities in India

  • Rafting or Kayaking
  • Heli Skiing
  • Waterfall Rappelling
  • Skydiving or Scuba diving
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • Caving
  • Trekking
  • Snorkelling
  • Cliff Jumping
  • Paragliding