17 ways to get a great shot of adrenaline on vacation.
We used to divide people on holiday in 2 types: those who are basking on the beach under the sun, and those who completely bypasses the city and all its attractions. But there is a special kind of tourists who go in search of thrills.
1. Hiking trail (China)
For whom: those Wishing to prove their own fearlessness.
The most dangerous Hiking trail in the world is located on mount Huashan, near Xian city in Shaanxi province, China. “Trail of death” made of narrow boards hanging over a bottomless chasm, with no railings and fences.
2. The Troll Wall (Norway)
For whom: For those who have been dreaming about base jumping.
According to legend, the rocks turned into trolls that once lived in these parts. Today in front of the wall can meet the trolls — many of them, only in the form of Souvenirs. This place is very popular not only among tourists who come here for spectacular photos and impressions, but beyserov. Rocks are among the most difficult objects for base jumping from ledges, reaching 50 meters.
3. Walk the glass trail (China)
For whom: For height fans and fans of the movie “Avatar”.
Glass bridge in China’s Hunan province is the highest and the longest bridge in the world. Pedestrian bridge, whose length is 430 metres, was built at an altitude of 300 meters and connects 2 mountain cliff in the national Park “Zhangjiajie”, where the shooting took place movie “Avatar”.
4. Trolltunga (Norway)
For whom: For those who are going to do to overcome the fear of heights and make a couple of gorgeous photos.
At the altitude of 604 metres above sea-level is an unusual ledge, very similar to the elongated tongue. The Norwegians argue that the form of a ledge such as the language of the mythical trolls, so the place got its name. The boldest manage not only to stand on the edge, but to jump the whole company by checking the “language” of strength.
5. Kjerag (Norway)
For whom: For those who want to practice balance.
Most tourists rises to the North, not for beautiful views of the fjord, but in order to see the famous stone — Kjeragbolten who is stuck between two vertical rock walls. You can reach it without the aid of climbing equipment, but it is worth considering that the depth of the abyss beneath the stone — more than 1 km.
6. Diving with sharks (CA, the Bahamas, Cuba, Australia)
For whom: For those who are willing to swim with the toothy predators, and with the most courage — Pat.
The adrenaline you provided when you will see how the shark moves closer to the instructor, opens powerful jaws and takes the fish directly from his hands. You shark will not deprive of attention: it will continue to float over you while you watch over her, and particularly photogenic predators look at the camera and you will be able to make a couple of spectacular shots.
7. Diving with manta rays (Bali)
For whom: For those who are not yet ready for the sharks.
Bali is a perfect place for diving, you will be comfortable both beginners and experienced divers. Giant manta (manta rays) are not dangerous to humans, but they will impress you with the size. This is the largest species of rays (about 4-4,5 meters), who will swim beside you, above you and below you.
8. Running Of The Bulls (Spain)
For whom: For those who like to run very fast.
It is the national Spanish tradition, the essence of which is to escape from a specially issued from the pen of bulls, cows or calves. The route is about 1 km (from the corral to the arena on city streets). Wooden barriers from bars, which are located throughout the route will help to escape from the bulls, we just have time to climb or to crawl under them.
9. Volcanic surf (Nicaragua)
For whom: For those who are bored with the usual surfing.
Surfers climb the volcano and slide down the ash on a thin Board of plywood or metal. The dangers of the sport are falling, cuts, particles of volcanic ash, poisoning with toxic gases, burns, flying molten lava. But if you use protective gear, is all right.
10. The hammock on the altitude (the Alps)
For whom: For those who love hammocks, but I’m tired of swinging between the trees.
In the Italian Alps is a very unusual annual festival and all the participants hang out in the hammocks on the ropes stretched over the gorge of Monte Piana. The daredevils participating in the festival, call themselves slackerly (slackers) — idlers because most of their day, they hang out in hammocks hundreds of feet from the ground and taking selfies.
11. Walking tall (Toronto)
For whom: For those who always wanted to take a walk outside of the building.
Anyone can walk on the edge of the tower at a height of 356 meters (116 th floor). Visitors to securely attach a special safety system designs of the CN Tower, but not tightly, and so, to be able to walk along the edge, looking down.
12. Jacob’s Well (Texas)
For whom: For those who promise not to explore the bottom of the cave.
Unusual underwater cave with a diameter of 4 meters, facing the outside in one of the ponds of the city of Wimberley, Texas. Cave vertically goes deep into the rocks for a few dozen meters, then branched into underwater corridors, stretching in an unknown direction.
13. National Park”, Madidi” (Bolivia)
For whom: For those who want to compete in strength with nature.
A feature of the reserve is that literally everything here creates a danger in order to survive, every living organism in this place he developed his own poison. It is here that inhabits the poisonous moths, ants, snakes, jaguars, bears and wild pigs, sometimes attacking people. The most terrible of the insect here is the kind of flies bot fly Dermatobia hominis — all members of the expedition somewhere in the body have been found at least one larva of the gadfly. The water is teeming with rays and poisonous mushrooms, and even plants have poisonous leaves and seeds.
14. Royal trail (Spain)
For whom: For those who are not looking for easy ways.
The trail is located between the Chorro falls and gaitanejo in the province of Spain. The road is located on a very large distance from earth, its length is 3 km and the width is only 1 meter. Many people choose extreme if you pass the trails, choosing places without handrails, using safety equipment in the form of a tether with a carabiner, which were fastened to the steel safety cables.
15. Jellyfish Lake (Palau)
For whom: For those who have a totem animal — a jellyfish.
The lake is located in the archipelago of Rocky Islands (Palau) and known isolated populations of two species of jellyfish — the Golden (papua Mastigias) and the moon (Aurelia). Due to the lack of many natural predators of jellyfish have multiplied to 2 million individuals. In addition, the tentacles of the jellyfish have lost their stinging cells (which are responsible for the defeat of the enemy or food source), so this lake is popular with divers and tourists.
16. A garden of poisonous plants Alnwick (England)
For whom: For those who like everything is forbidden.
This is one of many public gardens, adjacent to the castle Alnwick in Northumberland, England. But the main difference is that here assembled many of the most dangerous plants in the world that can easily kill a man. Behind the black gates of the garden grows about 100 varieties of prohibited plants, of which doing drugs. The main objective of the Park is to convey to the people how harmful and dangerous drugs, what great detail says the guide.
17. Pool Devil (South Africa)
For whom: For those who have ceased to hold the pools in the hotels.
It is a natural pool located at the edge of the famous Victoria falls (has a width of about 1 800 metres and height of 108 meters). In the dry season (September to December), when the water level in the river is getting low, tourists can swim, not afraid to fall into the abyss. The pool is the guide that will show you where to go in the water, and insure if necessary.
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