River Rafting with Aquaterra Adventures on the Ganga River

How to save the Himalayas from our misadventures by Vaibhav Kala | Condé Nast Traveller India

In the interest of tourists and the environment, we need tighter regulation in the adventure sports industry, says Vaibhav Kala Statistics say that the outdoors is now nearly 70% of all leisure, vacation-based travel, globally. This has massive ramifications in a country like India–where guidelines are available, but actual regulation, monitoring and implementation are abysmal. Cause…

The Aquaterra Team

An Important update by the Aquaterra Founder

Despite the huge economic impact of the Coronavirus, we want to remain cognizant of the huge public health challenge this is, and we hope you are all doing everything to reduce the spread and reduce pressure on the system. Please practice safe distancing to protect our elders and those with low immunity within our community.  We hope this will bring the adventure industry together, closer than ever before.

Aquaterra Camp - Ropes Course FAQ

Aquaterra Camp – Ropes Course FAQ

Our high ropes course is a very safe place, when safety procedures that we recommend and instruct participants to practice, are followed. There is the inherent possibility of injury, serious or otherwise, if instructions are not followed. For this reason, our Active Officers have the final say on safety. Our foremost responsibility is safety, and we go to great lengths to…