Your wings already exist. All you must do is fly. We at Eco Adventure will fulfil your wish. Let’s fly, I mean paraglide our way in the deep blue sky. Come and join us in the thrilling adventure trip to land of actions – Kamshet. Paragliding has become a trending adventure sport in Kamshet. Adventurers from all walks of life are giving a shot at paragliding.
Fasten your seatbelt, sorry I mean harness as the pilot is ready to launch the kite. This is not a kid play. Correctly said by someone - “I don’t like to play a game where you need only one ball, I prefer the ones where you need two.”
PS: Kids and adults enjoy Makar Sankranti. Don’t trouble fellow kites up there. #Kamshet#Paragliding#Ecosport#Adventure#Adrenalinerush#Mumbai#Adventure
"Like a moth to a flame,
A picture to a frame,
The beats of the heart,
can never be put to reins"
@mayankware was lost in the middle of nowhere, till @anamikatomar appeared out of the horizon with the beast #IsuzuVcross . And what did he do? He ran towards her with joy, his first jog in the new years. Check out a snippet of the hilarious video here
Sometimes, flying feels too godlike to be attained by man. Sometimes, the world from above seems too beautiful, too wonderful, too distant for human eyes to see …
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Mayank: Adventure for me is pretty much like a H.R executive in a corporate set up. It’s extremely important in the scheme of things and it is definitely not work. Full power chill hi hai.
Anamika: Yeah your hairdo is very much H.R as well.It’s not working at all.
Tag your H.R friends just to piss them off. Plan an adventure with them.
KALA DUNGAR, AND THE MAGNETIC HILL IN KUTCH
we all know of the magnetic hill in Ladakh, but the Eco adventure team have found another such hill right in Kutch at Kala Dungar.
In conversation with Anamika and Mayank, they narrated the whole experience to us. “We started out from Bombay in the wee hours of the 30th of December2016, 5am to be precise. After a tedious 12 hour drive we reached Hodka village around eleven in the night. Our itinerary for the next day was chalked out from scratch”, she says. Mayank immediately chimed in,” this was absolutely exciting, we planned on visiting Kala Dhungar, the Indian border line, white sands and we also had devouring scrumptious local cuisine on our priority list”. Anamika furthered their experience,” we started out at around 10 am after eating a king’s breakfast cooked in a typical Kutch style. Our drive was breathtakingly picturesque and scenic. However, while climbing the hills of Kala Dhungar, we experienced a rare acceleration issue.” “While I was accelerating with all my might, the car still seemed to move heavily ahead. Something didn’t seem right and we could feel a backward pull”, added Mayank. They brought the car to a grinding halt and all of a sudden the car reversed and started going uphill in spite of the engine being off. “The compass couldn’t pin point a particular direction, we went downhill yet another kilometre and stopped the engines. Our car was again pulled backup by this powerful force”, mentioned Anamika. “Anna and me rejoiced, our excitement knew no bounds as we realised we had discovered a new magnetic hill in India”, said Mayank with a twinkle in his eyes. Now we all know of the magnetic hill in the north, but their constant curiosity and need for change led them to this lovely spot in Kutch. Now that’s what we call true adventure enthusiasts. Kudos to you EcoAdventure!
There next upcoming long drive adventure will take them to the Himalayan highlands of Bhutan and they are all geared up to make their driving trip across the Europe soon.