13 June 2017

10 adventures. One Powerball.

Here’s our top 10 thrill-seeking, blood-pumping adventures fit for any adrenaline junkie.

Bungee jumping in New Zealand

The Nevis in Queenstown, New Zealand is renowned for being one of the world’s most terrifying bungee jumps. Think a hanging cabin set an epic 134m above the stony Nevis gorge, with nothing but eight seconds of free-fall ahead of you.

Rock climbing in Kentucky

Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced rock-climber, look no further than the Red River Gorge in Kentucky. With its breath-taking views and variety of routes, it’s one of the most popular climbing meccas east of the Mississippi.

Trekking in Peru

It would be remiss of us if we didn’t include the Inca trail in Peru for one of the world’s best and most famous treks. This ancient 33km trail leads from the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu winding its way through spellbinding mountain scenery and unforgettable Inca sites. 

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Sky diving in Switzerland

Is there any better way to experience the snow-capped mountains and glaciers of the Swiss Alps than from the sky? Enjoy the picturesque landscape of Interlaken with a huge hit of adrenaline!

Rhino walking safari in South Africa

Experience Africa’s amazing wildlife with a specially tailored walking safari at the Kruger National Park. The Rhino Post Safari Lodge and Plains Camp is excellent for game viewing and encounters with the Big Five.

White-water rafting in Colorado

The Colorado River winds for 360km through Colorado, Utah and Arizona for the ultimate rafting experience. Powerful rapids are broken up by calm stretches providing a unique view of the Grand Canyon.

Hot air ballooning in Turkey

Cappadocia in Turkey is one of the most popular spots in the world to go hot-air ballooning thanks to its incredibly diverse landscape. Hot tip: take off at sunrise and be blown away by the spectacular views of the valleys, orchards and vineyards below.  

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Cage diving with crocodiles in Darwin

Want come face-to-face with some of Australia’s largest salt water crocs? Darwin is the place to do it! The glass enclosure, affectionately known as the Cage of Death, lets you get up close and personal with these incredible reptiles.

Riding the world’s steepest rollercoaster in Japan

Fugi-Q Highland amusement park is home to the world’s steepest rollercoaster, Takabisha. Talk about fast and furious, this ride launches its cars from 0 to 100km per hour in two seconds flat at a drop angle of 121°.

Zip lining in the UK

You’ll find Europe’s longest and fastest zip line at Zip World in Snowdonia. Suspended 152m above Penrhyn Quarry in Wales, reach terrifying speeds of up to 160km per hour. Not for the faint-hearted.

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