More people are now travel to India in search of an adventure.

Holidays to India tend to conjure images of vibrant city scenes or tranquil and spiritual temples.

But there is an increasing amount of people heading to the Asian country to set their pulses racing.

Thrillophilia – a company which specialises in high-octane Indian attractions – has reported a 400 per cent growth in numbers in each of the past two years.

Abhishek Daga, co-founder of the group, told Travel News Daily that: “In the near future, adventure will not only be limited to Rishikesh rafting or a scuba diving trip of Andaman Islands, but it will diversify into different streams.”

He explained that some of the major tourist regions will offer adventure attractions and already there has been a spike in luxury adventure travel.

One of the most popular destinations for adventure tourism in India at the moment is in the northern region of Ladakh – best reached by flights to Delhi.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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