If you usually enjoy a beach vacation, or prefer to spend time laying back on your sun lounger with a cocktail, then why not try something different during your next trip? Even if you aren’t much of a thrill seeker, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t put off trying an activity or sport that will take you out of your comfort zone during your next break. Just make sure that you don’t tell your folks first, and be sure to invest in some comprehensive travel insurance! Once you’ve done this, you have the green light to become a self-confessed thrill seeker, so it’s up to you to decide what you want to try out and where in the world you want to travel to.
Surfing is the ultimate activity if you are a thrill seeker. Not only does surfing often require you to be a strong swimmer and take on some seriously strong currents or rip curls, it’s also the ideal total body workout, meaning you need to work on your balance; strength and cardio while you enjoy riding the waves. Plus, the obvious benefit of surfing is that you get to enjoy this activity in stunning and exotic locations. So if you have always dreamed of being a Baywatch babe, or fancy yourself as this year’s answer to David Hasselhoff, then surfing could be the ideal thrill seeker activity for you.
Hunting, shooting, fishing
Ok, so it’s not the most conventional of activities for thrill seekers, but believe it or not, hunting and shooting require you to have stamina, skill and a lot of patience while you are out and about. Not to mention, these activities mean you need to have stealth, be fast on your feet and comfortable in a range of different surroundings, from dense woodland to dry savannahs or snowy mountaintops. Do check before booking a trip with these activities, as some companies require you to bring your own gear with you. Sites such as stayhunting.com provide you with reviews and advice on the latest products.
If you fancy getting your kicks while zorbing, paragliding or even whizzing down a zip wire, then you need to factor in extreme sports to your next travel itinerary. Not for the faint-hearted, extreme sports will test your determination, resilience and even challenge any fears that you might already have. Plus, the beauty of extreme sports if that you can travel all around the world and enjoy yourself in a variety of exotic locations. So it could be time to start booking your next trip.
If you are a self-confessed thrill seeker and looking for something a bit different this year, then why not consider trying surfing for the ideal full-body workout. While if you have high levels of stamina and are a great shot, then hunting or shooting could be the ideal thrill-seeking activity for you. Adrenaline junkies will love trying out a new extreme sport to get their kicks, thousands of miles from home.