Just as river rafting is becoming popular in India, similarly kayaking activity is also becoming very popular among the youth. From rivers and lakes to coastal areas, India offers numerous destinations for kayaking enthusiasts.  Sitting in kayaking, you propel your boat forward by taking a paddle in your hand and steering it.  You can enjoy it on any river, sea or lake.  Along with paddling, you will also get to see the surrounding mountains, full of nature.  Let us tell you in this article today, those 6 places in India where you can enjoy kayaking to the fullest.

  • Zanskar River, Ladakh

Ladakh has always been on the dream hotlist of every traveller.  This place is also becoming one of the most preferred places for adventure sports.  Do enjoy the kayaking activity on the Zanskar River whenever you come to this place.  The noise of the water, the lapping of the waves fills the heart and mind with excitement.  Kayaking here is an experience you will remember for a lifetime.  You must visit here during summers.  April to July is the best month to perform this activity here.

  • Ganges River, Rishikesh

When we think of river rafting, the first thing that comes to our mind is Rishikesh.  Rishikesh is one of the most popular and famous destinations in India for any kind of water sports.  Rishikesh is one of the best kayaking destinations in India, where you can sit on a boat and enjoy the high waves.  People start kayaking from Brahmpuri and they end the sport at the popular Ghats of the city.

  • Mandovi, Goa

Beautiful beaches, Catholic churches, fabulous nightlife and many more things come to our mind when we hear the name Goa.  But there is one more thing, which makes Goa the most popular among the people and that is the water sports here.  Goa is one of the best places for parasailing in India. Not just this, you will find many fun activities to do here Including scuba diving, kitesurfing, jet-skiing, boat riding, windsurfing and kayaking.  If you want to enjoy kayaking in Goa here too, then you should go to Mandovi. And you must visit Goa in November because it has great weather.  Apart from Mandovi, there is also   river in Goa where you can enjoy kayaking. And also you must visit Goa in November.

  • Pandoh Dam, Manali

Manali is one of the most visited places in India and there are many reasons for this.  From mesmerizing natural beauty to adventurous activities;  There is a lot to do in this hill station.  When it comes to adventure activities in Manali, most people are not aware of the kayaking activities offered here. If you want to indulge in this activity during your trip to Manali then head straight to Pandoh Dam.  The best time to go kayaking here is from April to July.

  • Teesta River, Sikkim

Sikkim’s Teesta River is one of the beautiful kayaking destinations in India.  Any type of traveller can enjoy kayaking here as the water of the river falls from the mountains.  Also, the high waves of the river double the fun of kayaking. Here you can choose the fun of kayaking according to your skill and experience.  If you’re looking for a quiet place. Then the picturesque Teesta River is the right place for you.  You can go for kayaking from December to May.

  • Kerala Backwaters

If you want to sit comfortably and enjoy kayaking, then you should go to the backwaters of Kerala.  Sitting on the boat, you can take a lot of pictures while paddling along with the beauty of the palm trees and the surrounding greenery. You will find small villages, rural areas on the backwaters of Kerala.  Apart from this, you can also book a houseboat to make your holiday even more memorable. Believe me, this trip will become memorable for you.  Between September and February, you can go here to enjoy kayaking activity.

  • Kayaking in Mahabaleshwar

Kayaking is one of the most energetic and exciting adventure sports in Mahabaleshwar.  Here you are taught many important things before going kayaking or windsurfing and are also told about many equipment.  Both these activities are great fun.  The trainer will also teach you the technique of applying different strokes in training.