Earlier we discussed some of the planet’s adrenaline destinations for those who don’t mind a more thrilling vacation. Here are a few more activities to include into an adrenaline fan’s wishlist.
B.A.S.E JUMPING (NORWAY)
Jumping from the Kiragg Mountain is supposed to get your heart pumping. This activity has been quite in demand drawing thousands of courageous participants to take the leap off the 1110 meters tall mountain. According to statistics, at least as many as fifty thousand people were bold enough to give it a try in the past 25 years. How about increasing this number?
THE CRAZIEST COASTER (JAPAN)
If you belong to one of those adrenaline junkies who enjoy a good roller coaster, you ought to have a ride on the world’s steepest one. Placed in Fujiyoshida’s theme park, it provides an ultimate experience. With its name translated as “domineering”, the extreme emotions this coaster’s speed and vertical angles offer will indeed rule your entire being. Make sure you are able to handle it before you are fastened.
This traditional sport activity with Spanish roots is the best deal if you’ve always wanted to feel like a real cowboy. It’s not just about courage here – you have to be strong, balanced, and quite resolute in order to take part in this contest, and aware of the dangerous side a rodeo involves – like being thrown up and hurt. Remaining on the beast’s back for more than a few seconds is much more difficult than it seems, and those who manage to do this and stay uninjured are fortunate.
WHITEWATER RAFTING (CHILE)
The planet’s most picturesque waters run in South America, with a few of them just meant for an exciting pursuit. So if you’ve been searching a life changing water activity, join a team of mind-mates for a rafting session in an air boat down a swirling and rippling water flow. Latin America boasts enough locations for this water experience, including Ecuador, Peru, Argentina – and Chile. Talking about Chile, Rio Futaleufu and Rio Petrohue are considered great options for an adrenaline adventure.