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Top travel adventures in the Mediterranean

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If you are planning to head to the Mediterranean for some adrenaline-pumping travel adventure, here are some of the best things that you can try:

Greek Isles – Sailing

What will be Mediterranean but the paradise for those who love to sail. The potential routes offer memorable adventures and enchanting destinations along the way. You can hop from island to island wile enjoying a dose of history and warm weather. You can enjoy Delos and the great archaeological finds or maybe go for some wine tasting in Santorini. If you want to relax and rely on private cruise operators, they can easily be arranged to take you to ruins of ancient communities or scuba diving.


Travel Adventure: Best Mysterious destinations that you can explore

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You might be tired of the usual get away where you will join groups, meet locals, bargain with hawkers, and take tons of photos. If you have the craving for adventure and plan to go to places with some sense of mystery, then by all means since you may be willing to explore in these out of this world destinations:

Hang Son Doong giant caves in Vietnam

These giant caves of Vietnam are burrowed into Annamite Mountains of Vietnam. The caves seem to be lifted from the imagination of fiction writers who gave us a graphical representation of the world when it was once ruled by dinosaurs.

The stalactites are gigantic hanging from a rocky terrain with ferns and moss, with chambers that are so big you can fit the Tribune Tower in Chicago inside.


Top 10 adventures with beautiful but dangerous creatures

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Do you have an illogical fear of wild cats? Most of us would say, “But that’s not illogical. That’s very smart.” However, for most risk takers, facing that natural, prey-to-a-predator fear is the point of traveling. Otherwise, travel would be very dull. If you’re one of those fearless globe trotters, and you’re willing to come face-to-face with the fiercest beasts in the planet, then these trips are for you.

Paddling in South America


Night paddles through the Pilchicocha’s Lake which is at the heart of the Amazon Rainforest can be one of the most nerve-wracking experiences of your life. While it’s pretty calm at night, you’d wonder if the calmness is because you’re being watched by these wild animals like a very hungry human would watch his food as it cooks.


Adventure Travel: 5 Exotic summer destinations

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Hotel pools might offer a great view but no one will argue that there is nothing better that swimming in natural bodies of water that nature has to offer. You might have done some laps around the pool but you might want to explore some of the most exotic destinations across te globe where you can take a dip, relax, and splash around:

Jellyfish Lake in Palau

It is not recommended but who will not take the opportunity of swimming with jellyfish, tens of thousands of them. The Jellyfish Lake is home to one kind of jellyfish that has lost its sting because it does not have to deal with predators. They float around and try to find food and you can swim with them without having to worry about getting hurt at all.

Dead Sea in Israel


Top 12 best bike routes in the world

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If you love exploring places while riding a bicycle,, then read on as we try to take you to the best biking destinations across the globe:

Isle of Wight in England

This island in the United Kingdom is a paradise for bikers. You will have a good variety of terrain and spectacular views. You can take your two wheels thru narrow lanes with manicured hedgerows, deep green gullies, and ridges. Bikers have known the Isle of Wight for sometime now but recently young Londoners have also flocked to the place for romantic escapes over the weekend.

La Route Verte in Canada

The Green Route as it is fondly called traverses Quebec from its east side to the west stretching for around 4,000 kilometers. It passes thru rural roads and selected rights-of-way. La Route Verte will give you no problems as road signs are everywhere and you can easily go to the most interest sites around the area. Along the different terrains you will see great vistas of the St. Lawrence River and the picturesque mountains.


Top 15 extreme adventure travel ideas

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If you are seeking for some thrill, for some adrenaline pumping, for some death defying adventures, and for some things that you will only do once in your life, here are some adventure travel destinations:

Conquering the Sahara

The Sahara Desert is an ocean of sand roughly 8.5 Million sq. km. spanning North Africa. If you are daring enough to conquer it, you have to deal with about 4,838 kilometers of extreme conditions with the Atlantic Ocean at one end and the Red Sea on the opposite end. Aside from the daunting unearthly amount of sand, you have to overcome dust storms, extreme heat, thirst, and some hostile tribes.

You have several options. You can go on foot, or ride camels, or take the risk with 4×4 vehicles. Do not forget to pack a good amount of survival essentials since help will most likely not come when you needed it most. You will travel for days without seeing anyone except for some nomad posts and camps of other explorers.


Travel Destinations: Top Horse Treks around the globe

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When you’re traveling around the world, there are trails where it’s necessary to go on foot, as no transportation goes by. To those who do not have the stamina to do so, it would be a shame to miss the path, as often times, it is these unspoiled terrains which prove to be the most beautiful. An alternative would be horse trekking, which will not just provide transport, but give you a different perspective, as you gallop along the desert or the beach, or even beside exotic animals in a safari. More than this, horse trekking is an environmentally friendly way of exploring new landscapes.


Cappadocia in Turkey


Adventure Travel with a dose of Charity

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If you have been feeling guilty about spending too much money on vacations but still couldn’t fathom a long break without the routine adrenaline rush, you might want to consider giving back. Aside from being trendy, charitable vacations can be your cheapest tickets to the world’s best destinations. Taking the less popular path can also be beneficial for you because these tours tend to be more real and more exciting. Don’t forget the free karma points you’ll get because you’ve chosen to give back.

Sierra Leone