World’s Amazing Top Ten Adventure Destinations

Adventure Destinations | | October 4, 2010 at 2:07 am




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Jet off for the thrill of a lifetime with planning to go to the world’s top ten adventure destination in the globe. Adrenaline junkies just pack your bags and be ready to face some real adventure.  The place that tops my list is the amazing Amazon. Some years back the Amazon was the preserve only of intrepid discoverers but no more now. The Manatee Amazon Explorer manned by expert English speaking naturalist guides will take you on a remarkable three decked riverboats for some real adventure. As once progresses, the level goes on increasing making you to either go with the option of spending the nights in the rainforests or going for the take off- boat excursions through the upper areas of the mysterious Amazon river where you will be greeted by endangered black Caiman and manatee weighing more than thousands a pound and measuring over nine feet in length. But if you would like to be up close with the nature, go for jungle trekking, swimming in the river and shamanic encounters.

Amazon

The Galapagos Islands will make you experience an up close interaction with the nature. There are species boasting of the world’s only seagoing lizards, to inflatable frigate birds, 13 species of Darwin finches; it will an awe inspiring totally thrilling experience with animals who are at ease with the human visitor. Set out on an expedition to explore the greatest wild places. Interact with wildlife resting in the lava rock of Galapagos featuring the rarest of the rare species of flora and fauna. Cruise between the enchanted islands to seek wild places and soft adventure, relax or swim, snorkel and dive on the beach. This proves that why the Galapagos Island is one top ten adventure destinations in the entire world. Enjoy dog sledging, kayaking and hunting on daily basis in the British Columbia, Canada. Bike, hike and climb through the Canadian Rockies and once tired just chill and relax enjoying the breathtaking scenery with outstanding Canadian hospitality.

Galapagos Islands British Columbia Bike

The next of the top ten adventure destination is the Namibia. Take the Unforgiving African Desert experience and go mountain biking and Jeep trekking, stay at overnight camps to get a much closer look of the flora and the fauna. Iceland is the adventurer paradise with its massive glaciers, snow capped mountains, active volcanoes. Challenge yourself through the day but end on a relaxing note enjoying the famous hot springs. For those who can bear extreme cold, the level of adventure goes a high with enjoying cross country skiing, snowshoeing and dog sledging. So for sure now you would know that why Ice land is the top ten adventure destination and should be on every adventurer travel list.

Namibia desert Iceland

How about a wildlife safari in Madagascar, with much more in store? The Island nation just off the coast of Africa one of the top ten adventure destination offers a plethora of activities for the Adrenaline Junkie. From ranging the mountain highlands, to exploring the rainforests and deserts, trekking the jungle and safari; all and much more; this exotic location is a perfect combination for the people who are in look for some real adventure. Take an Arctic Safari Package and also get a chance to sleep in your own private Igloo. Yes we are talking about Greenland where a wide range of adventure activities are waiting to be explored by you. Get up real and close to the wildlife with Musk Oxen, arctic foxes and rein deer. Get your drinks served in the glasses made out of ice. I bet upon that it will be a thrilling and lifelong memorable experience.

Greenland Madagascar

The nation that is the pioneer in bungee jumping and racing offers multi sport adventurers to quench your wanderlust is New Zealand. Mountain biking, paddling, trekking options have always continued to allure the mountaineers since long. One more adventure to be explored in New Zealand is the cave rafting. One of the top ten adventure destinations, the cave rafting will take the hell out of you and you will scream with the every turn you take. The central north Island known for black water rafting, in which you raft through the caves with your way lit by glow worms will surely send chilling spines all through the body.

New Zealand

The mysterious yet adventurous ruins of Machu Pichu, the trekking adventure in the Andes and the Nazca lines, Peru will keep you on your toes every time. Considered as an epicentre of adventure travel, hiking the Inca trail in Peru will be an enchanting experience. The trail crosses hanging bridges and steep slopes offering a spectacular view spread to 24 miles. This will surely be a treat for every adventurer and must find mention in the top ten adventure destination of every adventurer. Guess what I am talking about? It is the coldest, highest and the driest place on the planet, the Antarctica. Long ago the frozen continent was rugged, inaccessible and challenging but not now. Walk, kayak or dive the Antarctic Peninsula. The adventurers just get going and try out scuba diving the icebergs or camp on the ice cap. Take a Ski expedition to reach here or enjoy the comfortable and luxurious cruise ride. All this makes Antarctica to be one of the top ten adventure destinations.

Antarctica Machu Picchu

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13 Comments

  1. Gilbert Zucker says:

    Travel is like adultery. One is always tempted to be unfaithful to one’s own country. To have imagination is to be inevitably dissatisfied with where you live.There is in men a “centrifugal tendency”.In our wanderlust we are lovers looking for adventure!

    Thanks for the brilliant post! :-)

  2. Jared Olajuwon says:

    An adventure is only an inconvenience rightly considered. An inconvenience is only an adventure wrongly considered!
    Thanks for the FABULOUS post!

  3. Guillermo del Tomo says:

    Man is an artifact designed for adventure travel. He is not designed to remain in his present biologic state anymore than a tadpole is designed to remain a tadpole!

    GREAT post! :-)

  4. Eddie Thomas says:

    What should have I known or written, had I been a quiet merchantile politician or a lord in waiting? A man must travel and turmoil or there is no existence.

    Nice post! Keep posting! :-)

  5. Olin Smedes says:

    Hi Eddie Thomas!
    The whole object of travel is not to set foot on the foreign land, it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as foreign land.

    GREAT post! :-)

  6. Richard Hudgens says:

    Dear Olin Smedes,
    To get away from one’s working environment is to get away from one’s self, and this is often the chief advantage of travel and adventure!

    AWESOME post! Keep posting :-)

  7. Lewis Meltzer says:

    It would be nice to travel if you knew where you were going and where we would live at the end, or do we ever know, do we ever live where we live, we are always in other places, lost like sheep, or trying some adventure!

    Amazing post! :-)

  8. Olive Fernandes says:

    Hi Lewis Meltzer!
    People commonly travel the world over to see rivers and mountains, new stars and garish birds, grotesque breeds of human, they fall into an animal stupor that gapes at existence and they think thry have seen something.

    Thanks for the delightful post! Keep posting more! Thanks :-)

  9. Illeana Ryle says:

    Spirit of place! It is for this we travel, to surprise its subtlety, and where it is a strong and dominant angel, that place seen once, abides entire in the memory with all its own accidents, its habit, its breath, its name.
    NICE post! :-)

  10. Lisa Abzug says:

    I , who travel most often for my pleasure, donot direct myself so badly. If it loos ugly on the right I take a left,if I find myself unfit to ride my horse, I stop…. Have I left something unseen behind me? I go back; it is still on my road. I trace no fixed line, either straight or crooked.

    Thanks for the lovely post! :-)

  11. Allen says:

    Life, as the most ancient of all metaphors insists, is a journey; and the travel book, in its deceptive simulation of the journey’s fits and starts, rehearses life’s own fragmentation. More even than the novel, it embraces the contingency of things!
    Thanks for the lovely post!
    Keep posting :-)

  12. Hector D'Souza says:

    Hi Allen!

    For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move; to feel the needs and hitches of our life more nearly; to come down off this feather-bed of civilization, and find the globe granite underfoot and strewn with cutting flints.

    Thanks for the post really! :-)

  13. H. Cousins says:

    Dear Hector D’Souza,
    So soon did we wayfarers begin to learn that man’s life is rounded by the same few facts, the same simple relations everywhere and it is vain to travel and find it new!

    Glad to read your post! Keep posting!

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