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15 Adventure Activities & Destinations in India for the Ultimate Thrill

15 Adventure Activities & Destinations in India for the Ultimate Thrill

Home to over a billion people, the rich and varied history of India has certainly made its mark on the globe, so much so, that the country has become a remarkable tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors every year from corners of the world. India’s glorious heritage blended with its cultural, topographical and wildlife diversity offers a plethora of experiences one simply can’t miss. Starting from the snow-capped Himalayas of the North, breathtaking forts nestled amidst the state of Rajasthan, tropical beaches lined with over 7500 kilometers of sun-soaked coastline, to the South, home to enchanting destinations that unfold the true beauty of nature. With our country’s distinctive geographical entity, travelers can get to experience the best of both worlds.

But there’s more to just visiting scenic destinations, making them memorable is what counts. To satisfy the adventure junkie in you, make the most out of your vacation time with these 15 fine locations that guarantee an ultimate thrill.

1.Caving in Meghalaya

Caving in Meghalaya

Situated in one of the richest biodiverse zones of India, the state of Meghalaya is known as the ‘Abode of Clouds’. Blessed with the best of nature, the famed monsoons, rich traditions and magnificent terrains are just few of the countless things Meghalaya is famous for. Recently, Meghalaya has been drawing global tourists in large numbers, thanks to the nature’s gift of bountiful caves. Out of the ten longest and deepest caves in India, Meghalaya is home to nine of them. Large number of these caves are located in the Khasi Hills, Jaintia Hills and Garo Hills districts.

Caves in Khasi Hills

The Khasi Hills are partly made up of limestone, as this area receives some of the heaviest rains in the world, this slowly dissolves out the limestone forming numerous. Mawsmai Cave, one of the most popular caves of Khasi is among the 200 caves in this area. The very first thing you will notice while exploring Mawsmai is the myriads of stalagmites and stalactites. Krem Mawmluh, 4th longest cave in the Indian sub-continent is a popular one as well, it stretches up to 4503 meters. Krem Phyllut (1, 003m), Krem Soh Shympi (760m) and Krem Puri (24, 583m) are some other caves of the region. Krem Puri enjoys the popularity for being the longest sandstone cave in the Indian sub-continent.

Caves in Jaintia Hills

The Cave of Eocene age or Krem Um-Lawan is recognized as the longest cave (21, 600m) in the Indian sub-continent. Ka Krem Pubon Rupasor or The Rupasor Cave is the second largest one in Syndai caves. Krem Kotsati has 8 entrances and the attraction is its main entrance that has a deep pool. Krem Lashinng (2650m), Krem Umshangktat (955m) and Krem Sweep(970m) are the other popular caves of Jaintia Hills.

Caves in Garo Hill

Siju-Dobkhakol (4772m) situated on the bank of the Simsang river is known as the third longest cave in India. With a reputation of being the researched cave of the nation, it is home to tens of thousands of bats. Acknowledged as the second largest cave of India, Tetengkol-Balwakol or cave of dwarfs is measured as 5334m. Dobhakol Chibe Nala (1978m) appears like a secret cave and Bok Bak Dobhakol is anothe cave of Garo Hill.

Famous Food –

Meghalaya’s cuisine can be split into three separate categories: Garo, Khasi and Jaintia. One of the most famous being delicacy is Jadoh rice, the name, “Jadoh” is taken by the Khasi community. Rice is a staple food of Meghalaya and it is consumed in many different forms and varieties. It is made with rice, pork mixed with the best spices, chopped vegetables and garnished with eggs or fried fish. Pumaloi is another favorite rice dish of Meghalayan cuisine which essentially means powdered rice.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air: 

The closest airport to Meghalaya is the Umroi Airport near Barapani, around 35 km far away from the Shillong city Centre. The Umroi Domestic Airport does not maintain a great connection with major cities in India. Another nearest airport to Meghalaya is the Gopinath Bordoloi Airport, Guwahati that is only 128 km far away from Shillong.

By Train: 

There’s no proper train connectivity to Meghalaya thus subsequently, no railhead or railway lines as well. The closest railway station is in Guwahati (Assam), with the distance being roughly 104kms away from Shillong. Tourists mostly arrive at Guwahati and then transport by road to Meghalaya.

By Road:

Road is the only means of convenient transport within the state. National Highway NH 40 connects Shillong with Guwahati. MTC and private transport operators have services to various cities in the state and neighboring states as well. Assam State Transport Corporation (ASTC) operates bus services from Shillong to Guwahati and Guwahati to Shillong daily.

2.Paragliding in Bir-Billing

Paragliding in Bir-Billing

Himachal Pradesh is renowned for its majestic ice-capped mountains, enchanting forests and gushing waters. Bir and Billing, known as the paragliding capital of India are small villages located about 14km apart in the Kangra valley, Himachal Pradesh. Bir is known for its alluring beauty, Tibetan culture and extensive tea gardens, Billing on the other hand has become a hotspot for adventurous tourists. It offers a variety of recreational sports to its travelers, some of which are para-gliding, hang gliding, trekking and camping. Making everyone’s flying fantasies come true, Para-gliding in Billing quickly caught the attention of visitors owing to the breathtaking landscapes of valley.

Famous Food –

One of the most popular local dishes can be easily found across Himachal and in Bir is Siddu. A traditional Himalayan delicacy made of white floor with stuffing of mutton and or vegetables. Siddu is served with desi ghee. Another Pahadi delicacy is Aktori, mainly cooked during festivals, it is a kind of cake which is made of buckwheat leaves and bunded with wheat, very popular across and available throughout the entire state.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air: 

There is no direct flight connectivity for Bir. The nearest airport that connects to Bir is Kangra-Gaggal Airport, the which is 67.6 km. away from the destination. Chandigarh, Amritsar airport and New Delhi are a few other airports that connects to Bir.

By Train: 

There is no direct rail route connectivity to Bir. The nearest station is in Pathankot, which is 112.4 km. away from Bir, and the closest narrow-gauge station is in Ahju, nearly 3 km. from Bir

By Road: 

Road transport may be the most practical option for travel as regular bus services actively function to and fro the city of Bir. They operate on a daily basis from places like Shimla, Dharamshala, etc. You can also opt for shared taxis for the same route.

3.Mountain Biking in Ladakh

Mountain Biking in Ladakh

Known for its pristine beauty, Ladakh remains one of the top most tourist destinations in India. The captivating raw beauty of Ladakh encompasses clear skies, rugged mountain ranges and deep valleys surrounding the mighty Indus River. Home to numerous monasteries, Ladakh is a traveler’s dream. Mountain biking is a popular choice of adventure of many visitors, riding through the mountains ranges or fascinating villages are the added pleasures to this sport. Mountain biking from Leh to Khardung La, at 5,359 meters, is one of the highest motorable roads in the world. This journey will take you through the distinct culture of the Ladakh Valley and breathtaking vistas.

Famous Food –

Thupka, often referred to as the staple food of the Leh, Thukpa is a delicious cuisine in the local area. Thukpa, originated from the land of Tibet is basically a noodle soup with boiled veggies, chunks of chicken, pork and beef.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air: 

Probably the easiest and best way to travel to Ladakh is to take a flight. The nearest airport is Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport located in Leh. This airport is just 3.8 km away from the main city and is well connected with many international airports in India. It just takes an hour and twenty minutes to reach Leh from Delhi Airport.

By Train: 

Leh has no railway station or train connectivity, so the nearest railway station is Jammu Jammu Tawi, nearly 700 km away from Ladakh and is well connected with Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai.

By Road:

There are two suitable routes to Leh Ladakh, one through Manali in Himachal Pradesh and the other through Srinagar. Ladakh is 434 km away from Srinagar and 494 km from Manali. You can also get a cab or board a JKSRTC bus that run from Kargil and between Leh and Srinagar on regular and frequent intervals. Or you can just have the time of your life and take bike trip to Leh from Srinagar, Manali, Delhi or Chandigarh.

4.Skydiving in Mysore

Skydiving in Mysore

Home to the divine Mysore Maharaja Palace and many heritage sectors, the city of Mysuru attracts thousands of tourists every year. Apart from being an important tourist sector of South India, the beautiful city offers an exceptional skydiving experience, including tandem jump and accelerated freefall. Before allowing the final jump, rigorous training sessions are imparted to the divers in order to ensure maximum safety. In tandem jump, an instructor will be present during the freefall.

Famous Food –

One cannot just visit Mysore and not try out the renowned Mysore Pak. Mysore’s very own and authentic sweet is prepared with ghee and besan is known as the ‘king’ of sweets in south India. Another popular dish is Mysore masala dosa, a crisp, soft dosa spicedup with red chutney and served with a potato dish and coconut chutney.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air: 

Mysore at present has one terminal catering to the domestic needs and connects all the major cities of India. The nearest major airport to the city, however is the new Bangalore International Airport, which is about 170 kms away.

By Train: 

Mysore City railway station is one of the 5 main railway station in Karnataka. This railhead is well linked with all major cities and towns of the country.

By Road: 

Road trips are both enjoyable and optimal when visiting Mysore for the first time. The idea is to enjoy the sight-seeing along the way and visit the many places that the city offers.

5.River Rafting in Rishikesh

River Rafting in Rishikesh

Yoga capital of the world, Rishikesh is a popular tourist destination across the globe. The number of ashrams and spiritual centers here focus on yoga and meditation, luring travelers and spiritual seekers from all over the world. Rishikesh has been a holy site for Hindus for over a thousand years and has been a prominent pilgrimage destination for Hindus from over the world. Rishikesh’s river of Ganga is one of the safest rivers for rafting in India. Every year around the 2nd week of September, the rafting season begins and the licenses of all operators are renewed after the monsoons. There are many authorized and certified river rafting operators, experts and instructors in Rishikesh to ensure a safe and full of adventure experience. Rafting amidst the turbulent waters of the Ganga is an experience that you will cherish for the rest of your life.

Famous Food – 

Aloo Poori is a traditional breakfast that is served across the country and Rishikesh is known to serve the best. It consists of potatoes cooked in a savory gravy along with a deep-fried bread called a poori. Samosa, Masala Chai and Jalebi are some of the specials of local cuisine in Rishikesh.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

Jolly Grant airport of Dehradun is the nearest airport to Rishikesh and is approximately 35 kms away. There are daily flights from New Delhi to Rishikesh and from Lucknow to Dehradun.

By Train:

Rishikesh Railway station has a very few direct train options, so the nearest railhead to Rishikesh is located in Haridwar which is nearly 25 kms away. Haridwar is linked to major Indian cities and is easily established.

By Road:

Driving up to Rishikesh could be worthy of consideration, as there is a direct connection to other cities via the National Highway 58.

6.Dune Bashing in Jaisalmer

Dune Bashing in Jaisalmer

Located in the heart of Thar desert, Jaisalmer is known for the majestic fort fencing the city is also known as the ‘Golden City of India’. Apart from adoring the rich culture and ravishing yellow forts, Jaisalmer is also known as the ‘brown city’ a name it derives from the colour of the gorgeous dunes in Thar desert. One must try out the Dune Bashing or desert safari, an adventure sports activity, usually opted for exploring the sand dunes of the desert. The best sand dunes in India are found in Jaisalmer, the desert safari here is an experience you must consider during your trip.

Famous Food –

Dal Baati Choorma, a well-known dish in Rajasthani culture is served with Lahsun ki Chutney (Garlic Chutney) and buttermilk along with sliced onion and papad, perfectly capturing the flavours of traditional Rajasthani cuisine. Pyaz ki Kachori is also a must-try delicacy.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

Jaisalmer has no air transportation means from any part of India. The nearest Jodhpur Airport, located some 300 km away from Jaisalmer, is well-connected with all the major cities of the India. Tourists usually take a cab from Jodhpur airport to reach Jaisalmer.

By Train:

 Both broad-gauge and narrow-gauge railway tracks serve the city of Jaisalmer. Direct trains from Delhi, Jaipur and Jodhpur can also be availed to reach Jaisalmer.

By Road:

Jaisalmer has well maintained network of roadways. Deluxe, regular, as well as many private buses operates and connects Jaisalmer with Jodhpur, Jaipur etc.

7.Skiing in Auli

Skiing in Auli

The small town of Auli is one of India’s popular hill stations and is acclaimed as country’s premier ski resort destination. Auli’s snowy slopes and pristine view make it the perfect winter destination. Situated at an astonishing height of 2505m, Auli offers an amazing view of crescent Himalayas. In winters, Auli is known to host a number adventurous events, including skiing and hiking. Skiing in this paradise town would certainly be an adventure of a lifetime. The skiing slopes are well suitable and safe for all levels of skiers, be it beginners, intermediates or professionals. A 500 m ski-lift system connects Joshimath with Gorson which makes it is the longest cable car in India.

Famous Food –

Garhwali cuisines include of a range of dals, leafy vegetables and rice. Some of the popular delicacies are Kachmauli made with stuffed goat, oil and spice and Bal Mithai a popular sweet among others.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

Jolly Grant Airport of Dehradun is the nearest to Auli, at a distance of 286 km. Travelers can then avail of bus and taxi service to get to Auli.

By Train:

A well-connected Rishikesh railway station is situated 264kms ahead of Auli on NH58.

By Road:

Auli has proper road connectivity to major destinations around Uttarakhand. Buses and Taxis are easily available to Auli from locations like Rishikesh, Srinagar, Chamoli, etc.

8.Parasailing in Goa

Parasailing in Goa

Goa, the land of India’s most pristine and tropical beaches remains a favourite destination among Indians. Dotted with hundreds of beaches across the incredible coast-line of over 100kms, Goa is a tourist’s dreamland. One of the popular adventure sports endorsed in Goa is parasailing over the sea, giving you the bird’s view over the tropical town. Some of the famous beaches offering parasailing activities are

Calangute Beach, Candolim Beach, Sinquerim Beach, Baga Beach, Mobor Beach, Majorda Beach and Anjuna Beach, etc. For a breathtaking experience under the clear skies and golden sands, parasailing is a must in Goa.

Famous Food –

The cuisine of Goan people is mostly based on seafood, the staple foods here are rice and fish. Most of the dishes here incorporate coconuts, rice, fish, pork, meat and local spices called Kukum. Feijoada, an authentic dish made with red beans and pork is the Traditional food of Goa derived from Portuguese cuisine.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air: 

Goa’s nearest international airport is Dabolim Airport, which is at a distance of 29 km from its capital city of Panaji. Visitors from all over the world can travel to Goa with much ease.

By Train: 

The main railway stations in Goa are known as Madgaon and Vasco-da-Gama are well linked with all major cities of the country.

By Road:

The main bus stand in Goa is the Kadamba bus stand of Panaji which connects to major cities in and out of Goa through established roadways.

9.Zip-Lining in Mussoorie

Zip-Lining in Mussoorie

‘Queen of hills’ Mussoorie is among the top hill station destinations of India. Once the British summer capital, this colonial town features some of the prestigious educational institutions of the country, stately hotels, cozy cafes, bustling markets are just the tourist spots luring the visitors. In addition to all this, Mussoorie offers a variety of adventure sports for its visitors to explore, among hiking, trekking, rafting paragliding, Mussoorie offers an astounding Zip-Lining experience like no other. Zip-Lining in this gorgeous hill station is peak ariel adventure.

Famous Food –

Aloo ke Gutke is a prominent dish in Mussoorie. It is prepared with roasted dry spices and boiled pahadi potatoes. This dish is commonly served at festivals but is also found in restaurants as well.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air: 

Jolly Grant Airport of Dehradun is the nearest airport to Mussoorie. Direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai are available to Dehradun from there visitors can get Local taxis or buses to reach Mussoorie. Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, is the second nearest airport to Mussoorie.

By Train:

By Road:

A few government and private buses connect Mussoorie with nearby places like Delhi, Dehradun and other important towns of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. These buses are available on frequent and daily basis.

10.Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh

 

Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh

Rishikesh is one of the major tourist and pilgrimage hubs in northern India, offering the perfect combination of thrill and tranquility to its tourists. Among the various adventure sports available, bungee jumping is a popular one. Tens of thousands of travelers throng Rishikesh to experience this thrilling sport. The best bungee Jumping venue is located in Mohanchatti, which is run by ex-army officers along with experts from New Zealand. It features India’s highest bungee jumping in Rishikesh with height of 83 meters.

Famous Food – 

Aloo Poori is a traditional breakfast that is served across the country and Rishikesh is known to serve the best. It consists of potatoes cooked in a savory gravy along with a deep-fried bread called a poori. Samosa, Masala Chai and Jalebi are some of the specials of local cuisine in Rishikesh.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

Jolly Grant airport of Dehradun is the nearest airport to Rishikesh and is approximately 35 kms away. There are daily flights from New Delhi to Rishikesh and from Lucknow to Dehradun.

By Train:

Rishikesh Railway station has a very few direct train options, so the nearest railhead to Rishikesh is located in Haridwar which is nearly 25 kms away. Haridwar is linked to major Indian cities and is easily established.

By Road:

Driving up to Rishikesh could be worthy of consideration, as there is a direct connection to other cities via the National Highway 58.

11.Camel Safari in Jaisalmer

Camel Safari in Jaisalmer

There are several places in Rajasthan where you can experience Camel Safari, few the best ones include Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Pushkar, and Jodhpur. Though each of these locations offer a unique experience, Jaisalmer, the Golden City, which is located in the heart of the Thar desert is a whole another experience altogether. While riding a camel here you get to witness the rustic desert life up-close. Depending on your choice of safari agency and budget, all kinds of accommodations are available and will be provided to the travelers. The duration of these rides may vary, some take hours while some may take days.

Famous Food –

Dal Baati Choorma, a well-known dish in Rajasthani culture is served with Lahsun ki Chutney (Garlic Chutney) and buttermilk along with sliced onion and papad, perfectly capturing the flavours of traditional Rajasthani cuisine. Pyaz ki Kachori is also a must-try delicacy.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

Jaisalmer has no air transportation means from any part of India. The nearest Jodhpur Airport, located some 300 km away from Jaisalmer, is well-connected with all the major cities of the India. Tourists usually take a cab from Jodhpur airport to reach Jaisalmer.

By Train:

Both broad-gauge and narrow-gauge railway tracks serve the city of Jaisalmer. Direct trains from Delhi, Jaipur and Jodhpur can also be availed to reach Jaisalmer.

By Road:

Jaisalmer has well maintained network of roadways. Deluxe, regular, as well as many private buses operates and connects Jaisalmer with Jodhpur, Jaipur etc.

12.Gondola Ride in Gulmarg

Gondola Ride in Gulmarg

A picturesque beauty, the quiet town of Gulmarg is an absolute delight for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Asia’s largest and highest cable car project, set up at an elevated altitude starting at 2,990 m with a vertical rise of 400 m, Gulmarg Gondola is the top choice of attraction in Gulmarg. Touring Gulmarg without taking a ride on the popular cable car is incomplete. Gandola ride is a must activity in Gulmarg and is perfect trip for adventure seekers. To witness the scenic views of stunning snow-clad mountains and valleys during the cable car ride will certainly be an unmatched experience.

Famous Food –

A traditional delicacy of Kashmir, Goshatba is a must try. Goshatba is basiaclly minced mutton cooked in flavorful yogurt gravy and spices. This mouthwatering dish is said to be prepared on royal occasions and it indeed delivers a royal taste and flavour.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

Srinagar is the nearest airport to Gulmarg. A cab or taxi from there will take one and a half hours to reach your destination in Gulmarg.

By Train:

Kashmir Valley in its entirety has no rail connectivity. The distance between Jammu (the nearest railhead) and Gulmarg is around 315 km, which makes the train a very unsuitable means to reach this tourist destination.

By Road:

Traveling to Gulmarg by road is a considerable option, a scenic 51 km drive through Srinagar – Tangmarg Road will take you to your destination.

13.Scuba Diving in Andaman

Scuba Diving in Andaman

Known for their beautiful white-sand beaches, tropical rainforests, mangrove rainforests, and palm-lined beaches, both Andaman and Nicobar are home to nearly 300 islands. Scuba diving is one of the most preferred water activities on Andaman Island. To explore the exhilarating marine, visitors from around the world visit just to enjoy Scuba diving in Andaman. Havelock Islands, Neil Island and Port Blair are some of leading choices for scuba diving in Andaman.

Famous Food – 

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands cuisine primarily comprises of sea food. One of the popular delicacies is Macher Jhol, a mouthwatering meal form Andaman. It is prepared with different items like fish, chilies, coriander seeds, and turmeric powder.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

The most practical option to reach Andaman is by air, as there are daily flights from various cities such as Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai to Andaman’s capital Port Blair, which barely take 2.5 to 3.5 hours.

By Ship:

Tourists with an adventurous desire and voyage on sea can take a passenger ship to Port Blair the capital city of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The ships leave from Kolkata harbor several times a week and it will roughly take three days to reach Andaman.

By Train or Road:

There is absolutely no way you can reach Andaman Islands by Train or road from anywhere in the world.

14.Trekking in Manali

Trekking in Manali

Located on the foothills of Himalayas on banks of the vast Beas River, Manali is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India. Manali’s natural bounties offer a panoramic view of the rugged snow-capped mountains. Besides the natural charm and unparalleled beauty, Manali is known for its unlimited adventure opportunities.  Trekking in Manali is definitely on every Indian’s bucket list and rightfully so. For the delightful experience og trekking Himachal Tourism offer arrangements for both high altitude and low altitude treks.  Rohtang Pass, snowline trek is one of the simplest treks organized in the region Chandrakhani –Malana is another easy three-day trekking expedition and the popular Beas Kund trek is more suitable for experienced trekkers.

Famous Food –

Siddu is a very common Himachali accompaniment made with wheat flour and yeast.  However, a commonly available food in local food shops in Manali is Khatta which is a delicacy for the locals.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air: 

The nearest airport serving Manal is situated at Bhuntar, acknowledged as Kullu Manali Airport, it is at a distance of approximately 50 km from Manali.

By Train:

Train may not be a suitable means to travel as Manali does not have a railway station. The nearest railway station to Manali is Joginder Nagar Railway Station at a distance of 162.6 km, which also does not have proper connectivity to major cities in India.

By Road:

Road may be a great option as Manali has a good connectivity by road with cities like Delhi, Ambala, Chandigarh and Shimla being as pivotal points. A number of bus services including private services ply frequently from Delhi to Manali.

15.Night Safari in Jim Corbett National Park

Night Safari in Jim Corbett National Park

Uttarakhand’s Jim Corbett National Park, a forested wildlife sanctuary is a part of the largest Corbett Tiger Reserve. It is one of the most preferred tourist destinations, thanks to the rich in flora and fauna. The forest covers almost 73% of the park, while 10% of the area consists of grasslands, housing around 110 tree species, 50 species of mammals, 580 bird species and 25 reptile species. Apart from the obvious wildlife attractions, this park is famous for offering night safari and night stay to its visitors. The thrilling night safari provides good sighting of wildlife as the animals are most active at nights. All the details involving bookings, timings etc. of these activities are available on its official website.

Famous Food –

Arsa is a traditional sweet dish from the Nainital region which is commonly served on various family gatherings and auspicious occasions. Arsa is made with jaggery, rice and mustard oil.

Travel From Major Cities –

By Air:

Pantnagar Airport is the nearest one to Jim Corbett which is located about 80kms away and is well connected to Delhi serving flights daily. Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi also serves as the nearest civil airport to Corbett, so the visitors can travel to Corbett by road or rail from there.

By Train: 

Ramnagar Railway Station is located around 12 km away from Jim Corbett and serves as the nearest station. Several trains connect Ramnagar with Delhi and other major cities and towns of north India.

By Road:

Driving down to Corbett by road from Delhi and Uttarakhand is a preferable option considering the road condition is good. The closest route would be of 245 km, taking 5-8 hours of a road trip from Delhi to Jim Corbett

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