When it comes to finding the most adrenaline rushing activities, it’s not always so easy. Adventure seekers generally love somthing totally out of the ordinary that will instantly get your blood pumping. So if you’re looking for something wild and totally energizing, take a look at these incredible ventures from different places all around the world.
Cage Diving With Great White Sharks
If you’re looking for the ultimate adventure, this will definitely get you the rush you’re looking for. Peering through a metal cage at one of the most deadly predators in the world, there really is no better and safer way to get up close and personal with these beautiful creatures. The most famous cage diving experiences are right off the coast of South Africa, this one on one great white shark adventure comes highly recommended.
Situated in Utah, USA, Canyoneering is definitely a once in a lifetime activity that sends travelers into narrow, twisty canyons and gorges that can require rappelling, swimming, hiking, and climbing just to get through. If you head over to the Beehive State, you’ll be presented with loads of opportunities to drop into sandstone gorges and explore these hidden spheres. If you’re a huge adrenaline junkie, be prepared for the most remarkable adventure, while also getting the chance to explore the areas that not many people ever get to see.
Go Storm Chasing
If this next adventure seems complete out there…well it is! If storms and tornadoes enthrall you, why not sign up for a storm-chasing tour? Yip,, you read that correctly! Considered to be one of the most invigorating experiences, you’ll hop in a van that head out in search of the most powerful storms imaginable. Expert drivers can even take you close to a tornado that you’ll be able to hear the wind howling all around you. As this is one of the most dangerous activities, make sure you choose a reputable company that knows exactly what they doing.
Mountain Bike Down The Worlds Most Dangerous Road
Located in La Paz Bolivia, Death Road is definitely not something for the faint-hearted. Descending over 3500 m, not only is it one of the world’s most beautiful places to witness wildlife but is a major tourist attraction for mountain biking lovers. However incredible this road maybe, it wasn’t named Death Road for no reason. This is mainly because of the steep slopes and narrow single lane that is often showered with rain and fog. So unless you have extreme courage to try this adventure, best you stick to easier activities…
Take A Dive In Devil’s Pool
The Victoria Falls in Zambia is home to the most dangerous pool in the world, Devil’s Pool. Located on the edge of the falls, it is the ultimate infinity pool. You don’t need to be a professional swimmer to head to Devils Pool but it is recommended that you do know how to swim