Do you want to take a little break of your busy work schedule, you may want to try something other than lying around on your bed watching FRIENDS all day. Think a little outside the box and go out for an adventure to add energy to your veins. Here is a list of adventure sports you have to try out and give way to your thirst of something crazy. Read on:
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As simple as it sounds, tree camping is camping, on a tree. You can do it all by yourself, or with some of your friends or with your partner (trust me, this may be next most romantic adventure you end up having). Tree camping allows you to connect with nature and its many beauties. It is an innovative experience, especially for people who have spent their entire life in urban cities.
Who hasn’t heard about bungee jumping? In this sport, you need to jump from a height and you are properly harnessed with a elastic rope or cord, which is usually tied to your feet. So when you jump down, just when you think you have hit the ground you are pull up due to the elastic – the adrenaline in your body hits the ceiling.
Hang gliding involves flying down the hill, facing the wind, while you are suspended from your gliders. You fly like it’s a dream.
Hot Air Ballooning
If you wish to something more relaxing you may want to try a hot air balloon, and ride over a beautiful landscape on the outskirts.
Sky diving will involve everything – from jumping down an airplane to landing using a parachute. Skydiving is a three-in-one experience. You get to fly on a jet plane, jump off the plane, then parachute your way down to land. It’s the perfect experience for anyone who just wants to let go.
Ziplining is pretty much hanging to a harness while you fly through the forest.
As you gush through the water swirls in your raft, there is a different sort of triumph you experience.
Zorbing is a very heartwarming experience when you a rolling down a hill while being inside a giant plastic ball. It is the wackiest sport ever, yet very safe even on rough surfaces.