Once you get the travel bug, it’s hard to get rid of it. The world is a big place and there is so much to explore. For those adventure junkies out there, traveling to the ends of the Earth is one of the best ways to get your adrenaline fix. Check out the best destinations around the globe for adventure junky travelers.
Not only is recreational smoking and growing weed in Canada legally allowed as of October 2018, but you’ll also find tons of opportunities for adventure. This is especially true if you head to Vancouver in British Columbia. The west coast city is where free-ride mountain biking originated; you’ll see nature whizzing by as you bike through the mountain slopes.
British Colombia is also home to some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world. If you want to get out of the hustle and bustle of Vancouver, head to Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort. Massive snow dumps happen here frequently, making it ideal for shredding down the slopes.
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town is like no other city in the continent of Africa. Chances are when you arrive you will say “well this isn’t what I was expecting.” The city is filled with impressive skyscrapers, but it is also surrounded by sand dunes and coastal waters. And guess what you can find within those waters…the infamous Great White.
If you’re ballsy enough and SCUBA certified, go for a cage dive and surround yourselves with the massive beauties of the sea. For those not interested in water sports, consider a ride down the dunes. This is one of the best places for sandboarding in the world.
Queenstown, New Zealand
Known as the adventure capital of the world, Queenstown in New Zealand is the perfect destination for adventure junkies. It doesn’t matter which month you come to visit NZ, there will always be an adventure to keep you busy. Even if you just want to take in the stunning scenery and crisp air, this is the place to do it.
One of the top adventure activities near Queenstown is skydiving. This is definitely the best way to get prime views of the area and also get your blood pumping. Be sure to pack some warm clothes, hiking boots, and a camera for the many photo ops Queenstown will offer.
You might think there aren’t many reasons to visit this Central American country, but that’s where you’re wrong. Not only is Nicaragua filled with unique culture, but there are also numerous chances for the adventure of a lifetime. When you visit the historical city of Leon you’ll see what we mean. Nearby there are several volcanoes where you can hike up and board down.
The volcano, called Cerro Negro, offers some of the prettiest views of the country. Volcano boarding is like no other adventure sport in the world. It will take about an hour (depending on your physical fitness) to climb to the top, but then you’ll speed down the side in a matter of seconds.