Knowing the importance of the role of an adventure institute/association in our society where youths have been under a wave of drug using habits the adventure academy of Manipur was set-up on the 10th of January 1993.it was registered on the 2nd of December 1993 under Manipur Societies Registration Act of 1989 (Manipur Act of 1990) and then became an affiliated Body of National Adventure Foundation (NAF), New Delhi and Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF), New Delhi. The obvious aim for setting-up the Academy was to promote adventure in the region by guiding our youths in the positive way. While promoting adventure the Academy has been organising various adventure programmes upon the basis of the following main objectives. The main objectives were to train the youths in inculcating a sense of adventurism among themselves, increase the moral sensibility of the youths along with the toughening of mind and body, safeguard the natural order and act for the benefit of the society. Basing on the above ideas we have been conducting various adventurous programmes on land, water and in the air. Within this short period of existence the Academy carried out as many as 92 programmes of which Mt. Annapurna Base camp trekking programmes in the Himalaya (1994-2009), Mt. Everest Base camp trekkings (1997-2010), Parasailing programmes (1996 2 nos.), UGC and Kendra Vidyalaya Rock climbing programmes (1995,1996,1999,2008), Nubra Valley trekking in Ladakh (2011), White water rafting programmes at Ejai and the Barak (1997,1999,2004,2007,2008), Mountaineering trip at Mt. Jafu and Mt. Saramati in Nagaland (2007,2008,2009) etc are remarkable to note. Besides the above the Academy has been conducting many short duration programmes and adventure courses at its training sites. We open up our training cell for terrestrial in 1995 for aquatic and aero sports in 1997. The Academy has also been readied to render its services for the government as well as the public at the time of occurrence natural calamities, disasters, famine, accidents etc. in 1998 the National Institute of Water Sports (NIWS), Goa and the Dept. of tourism government of India recognised the Academy as an adventure set-up by embodying and displaying in their multicoloured Adventure Sports Directory. The Academy is also not lagging behind in other competitive events in the National arena. In 2002 our boys got overall runner-up position in the white water rafting competition organised by the government of Sikkim at Teesta River. In this way the Adventure Academy of Manipur headed step by step in moulding our youths in the positive way and also in assisting the public as well as the government at the time of accidents and natural calamities.