Feeling stuck in a traveling comfort zone? Here are five great adventure tours to add a little bit of adrenaline.
Active Safari in Tanzania
To all those who want to go to Africa for a safari vacation of a moderate adventure level, a tour with G Adventures will be a perfect solution. Together with a group of up to twelve people you will get a water safari experience in Arusha National Park, and enter a crater of a silent volcano. More conservative safari rides will give the finishing touches to this trip.
Exploring wild Alaska
In case you have just a week for exploring the USA biggest state, but want to see the real Alaska, join Alaska Wildland Adventures. It will take you only 6 days to hike through a rain forest and mountain tundra, try gold panning and whitewater rafting, and of course take a dog-sleigh ride.
Sri Lanka culture and wildlife
Green Sri Lanka has been attracting many tourists lately. To explore its temples, tea trails and safari, sign up for a tour with REI Adventures. Biking beautiful paths and hiking ancient citadels as well as tracing wild cats will let you see the island’s rich nature while culinary lessons at the local’s house and meeting the Vedda will set ajar the Sri Lankan culture.
Edge camping in Colorado
Have you ever camped on a cliff? If you feel brave enough to increase your vacation’s adrenaline level to this extent, contact Kent Mountain Adventure Center, to take part in climbing a rock at the National Forest in north central Colorado and staying for the night in a portable tent strung up to a sheer. You certainly don’t wake up every day surrounded by such amazing views, and don’t enjoy a mountain breakfast every now and then.
Coasts and uplands of Papua New Guinea
Although this country in Oceania boasts some incredibly beautiful sandy lines, we are here for its adrenaline, not a lounge beach vacation. Trans Niugini Tours lets anyone seeking excitement and thrill discover the island’s different sides while snorkeling in the capital of East New Britain province, hiking around Mount Hagen, and boating on Karawari River.