“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” said Mark Twain.
The road is made for adventure as each twist and turn can bring new sights that you’ve never seen before.
It can lead you outside of your comfort zone and provide a new perspective to your world both close and far from home. I love the simplicity of travel for nothing but the offering of unpredictability.
Adventure travel is available to everyone and those who do take the plunge are rewarded with the freedom and positivity it brings in the experiences that give you a sense of purpose or by meeting others who share their experience and insight.
No wonder adventure travel has soared in popularity.
1) Go Bushwalking And Get A Bigger Brain.
Research says that hiking or walking grows brains. Hiking adventures will keep you mentally sharp.
2) Learning About Staying Cool
There will be times on an adventure trip when we have to deal with a stressful situation. Knowing how you deal with these issues and learning how to cope will bring you strength and improved confidence for life in general. Adventure travel feeds your dreams and builds your confidence with each successive one, you challenge yourself just a little bit more.
3) Brings Perspective
Meeting people from other cultures, whether poorer or richer or just different, teaches you a different way to look at the world. It’s very healthy to see life as others live it.
4) Avoids The Loss Of Adventurous Children And The End Of Wanderlust
.There’s an epidemic in the world: the loss of the adventurous childhood. The Outdoor Foundation reports that youth participation in outside activities has declined for three straight years, with parents over scheduling children’s days, killing children’s desire to explore. Take them on an adventure. Make it memorable!
5) To Prove To Yourself You Can
If you are the type of person who dreams about doing exciting things but never quite does, an adventure holiday could be just the thing for you.. Adventure activities force you to face up to some of your biggest fears – heights, falling, being deep under water. If you can conquer these fears and actually enjoy yourself in the process, just imagine what else you can achieve.
6) It Fosters Reflectiveness
Adventures give us pleasant memories, which we often bring back to the forefront of our minds for reminiscing. Reliving our adventures again allows us the time and capability to learn something new from them.
7) It Improves Your Physical Health
Get dirty – the obsession with cleanliness might be leading to a rise in allergies and asthma. Getting dirty could just be the best path to developing a strong immune system. Going on adventures means getting dirty — and healthier.