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Are you one of those adventurous spirits that can't get enough of the thrills and excitement offered by extreme act...
Are you one of those adventurous spirits that can't get enough of the thrills and excitement offered by extreme activities? If so, we’ve got the perfect top 5 countries to feed your spirit:
With its jaw-dropping landscapes, New Zealand is a real treat for every adventurer’s spirit, offering bungee jumping, skydiving and zip lining. What about ice climbing on Fox Glacier, or rafting in freezing glacial waters? Does that sounds exciting enough? You can also take a gondola up to the top of Bob's Peak or swim with dolphins, or just explore the best known caving area at Waitomo Caves.
Zambia is the most acclaimed adventure and extreme sports place in Africa. Whether it’s a river rafting trip down the wild Zambezi, close encounters with lions, or bungee jumping from Vic Falls Bridge, your Zambian adventure will get your adrenalin pumping for sure. For a unique experience like no other, you can kayak beneath Victoria Falls or walk with cheetahs.
Yes, Nepal has the Himalayas, but it has so much more to offer. Explore the Durbar Square and the royal city of Bhaktapur. A Nepalese safari offers an excellent opportunity to spot Rhinos, and it has the best tiger habitat in the world. For those that love water sports, there is whitewater rafting and kayaking. You might even have the opportunity to learn to make Nepalese momos (dumplings)!
Even though the main reason for traveling to Peru is to see Machu Picchu, that's certainly not all you can do here. How does exploring the Amazon rainforest sound to you? Or you can visit Colca Canyon, similar to the Grand Canyon but twice as deep, the home of the Andean Condor, the bird with the largest wingspan. And if flying is your thing, then take a plane and check-out the Nazca Lines, or paraglide over it. Peru also offers sandboarding in Huacachina. However, if you are feeling lazy, there are plenty of sandy beaches in Paracas to lay around on.
Thailand has breathtaking beaches and year-round perfect weather, so all water activities are available: surfing, scuba-diving, snorkelling and more. But if water sports aren’t your thing, then explore the jungle while riding on an elephants back, or hike around the caves in the Pang Mapha District of Mae Hong Son Province. For the braver ones, you can zip-line on a single-person swing or cruise a cable suspended through the 1,500-year-old Thai rainforest.