Leading the quest for quality, safety, innovation, and performance, Sea to Summit brings the ethos of self-supported adventure to the outdoor enthusiasts of India.
By connecting people to nature through visual storytelling, Suyash Keshari aims to encourage people to play their part in conserving wildlife as well as the last remaining wild places on Earth.
John Mcphee described the Himalayas as the “crowning achievement of the Indo-Australian plate” in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, ‘Annals of the Former World’.
Inspite of several calls for help, India's Tourism sector which contributes upto 10 percent of the country's GDP, remains largely neglected of relief aid.
India’s Environment Ministry proposes major changes to the country’s Environment Impact Assessment during a pandemic—majorly skewed towards development, it receives massive public outcry.
This three-day highline gathering marks a triumph for slacklining in India and offers a vision for adventure-sport communities.