Whether you currently consider yourself to be an adrenalin junkie, or even if you’ve just got dreams of becoming one, stepping outside of the norm and thinking outside of the box when it comes to booking your next holiday could be the perfect solution to your woes. I realise it can be difficult to sort out a thrill seekers getaway when you’ve got a family in tow, and so it might be worth making arrangements now to ensure the kids can be left with someone else. At the end of the day, this trip is going to be all about you – the adults.
Even with this in mind, some people wouldn’t know where to start when it comes to booking a break like this, and so I thought perhaps it might be useful if I were to write an article highlighting some of the destinations and activities you might be interested in. Not everything in this post will be suitable for everyone reading, but I’m confident you’ll come across something that will inspire you to get the bank cards out and make a serious dent in your savings – after all, money is supposed to be spent, right? Otherwise what’s the point in working so hard all year?
Kayaking In The Antarctic
Though you might not realise this goes on, it actually does, and thousands of people enjoy doing this each and every year. The Antarctic is not an area most people get to experience, and although it is obviously very cold, it’s a true untouched wonderland that is certain to leave you awe inspired. People choose to kayak in this region because the ice tends to move very quickly, and so entire landscapes can change overnight – this makes it very difficult to sail ships close to the shorelines, and is why kayaks are perfect.
Climbing In Africa
Quite a few people have successfully managed to climb Mount Kilimanjaro over the years, but that doesn’t make the experience any less life changing. It takes a few days to reach the summit, and so you’re going to need a lot of stamina if you want to make it all the way, but as the region is so popular with climbers, even without a guide, you’ll still never be on your own. Out of all the top 10 mountains climbed regularly on earth; Kilimanjaro is one of the safest, meaning that nearly everyone who starts a trek here comes back safely.
Parachuting In The Grand Canyon
Well, we all know it’s one of the sites Americans are most proud of, and we’ve all seen the vastness of it on television over the years, but I wonder how many people realise it’s actually possible to do some skydiving and parachute right through the main gorge at the Grand Canyon, landing safely at the bottom? This activity has been going on for almost 20 years, and as parachutes are obviously much more reliable than the wingsuits we’ve been seeing on TV recently, there’s no reason why you should obtain any injuries at all.
So there you have it my adrenalin junkie friends, those are the best holiday ideas for 2014. Now all you need to do is decide which would be most suitable for you. Just remember to stay safe and always telephone the family at the end of each day.
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