7 Incredibly Adventurous Things To Do While Travelling

Are you an adventure junkie? Does risky-business gets you rollin’?  Want to feed the thrill-seeker in you? There are plenty of stunning destinations for the adventure-lovers out there.If you like to living on the edge, I have compiled a list of incredibly adventurous things you can do on your next trip.


Adventurous things to do while travelling

1.Edge Walking at CN Tower in Toronto

If you dare to test your limits and experience the thrill of a lifetime, go on an urban adventure in Toronto, EdgeWalk. It’s a hands-free walk around CN Tower’s revolving restaurant, 116 stories off the ground. Moreover, harnessed in at 1168 feet in the air, adventurers take a 20- to 30-minute walk above the city, taking in incredible views and testing their fears. Also, this feat is not for the faint hearted!

2.Snowkiting in Iceland

Kiteboarding is a warm-weather sport and it was only recently that it has been adopted for colder times. Therefore, the result is snowkiting, and Iceland is one of the best places for it. Also, you can explore the vastness of breath-taking Norway standing at the summit of a glacier, with skis or a snowboard and an inflatable kite attached to your back.

3. Glass Skywalking Around Tianmen Mountain, China

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The Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie is a three-foot-wide walkway above a rocky ravine at least 4000 feet in the air (4700 feet above sea level). Moreover, with a glass bottom, the walkway slithers around the vertical cliffs of the mountain, bringing adrenaline junkies to new heights. Clouds sometimes obscure the view underfoot, but hey, it’s not every day you get to walk on a cloud. Also, no wonder it’s called “A Walk in the Clouds”!

4.Diving With Sharks Off Guadalupe Island, Mexico

You heard me. Sharks! Until this, I had ‘swimming with dolphins in my bucket list’ but who knew we could dive with sharks as well? Scary but fascinating! Mexico’s Guadalupe Island, a volcanic island off the Baja Peninsula, provides you with this opportunity. Moreover, these shark-proof diving cages are open to everyone—no scuba certification necessary. All you have to be is brave!


Furthermore, the submersible cages with open top decks descend down to where the sharks naturally congregate which results in more sharks, more interaction and unforgettable up close encounters!

5. Crossing the Trift Suspension Bridge in the Swiss Alps

This suspension bridge is a staggering 328 feet high and 557 feet long, hanging high above the Trift Glacier. However, it’s the longest pedestrian-only suspension bridge in the Swiss Alps and can only be reached by a gondola. Moreover, what makes it all the more interesting is the bridge itself takes between one and a half and two hours to traverse.

6.B.A.S.E. Jumping in Norway

One of the greatest places to go B.A.S.E. jumping is Norway. The country has numerous popular exit spots. But if you’re not ready to jump, Fjord Norway, in the west, has a handful of spots, which allows spectators to watch the death-defying B.A.S.E. jumpers. Most people hold their breath as they inch their way to the edge, fighting fear so they can peer over the cliff to the breath-taking fjords below. There are no fences, guardrails or uniformed men, and nothing between you and one hell of a majestic view!

7.Skydiving Over Mount Everest, Nepal

An adventure that beats all adventures! Everest Skydive is considered as one of most Elite Adventure Holidays in the world and therefore, remains a dream event for many Adventure Seekers who want to fill their limitless passion-pit with extraordinary zeal and thrill. Dropping off from a helicopter from the height of 23000 ft. is one hell of an adventure.

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