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Outdoor Adventures for Thrill Seekers

Those dare devils and thrill seekers will go to any extent to satisfy their need for the ultimate thrill and adrenaline rush. These enthusiasts a.k.a as thrill seekers have come up with unique outdoors activities such as kite surfing and bungee jumping, which are number one on the list. Here are some outdoor activities for thrill seekers. Kite surfing Bungee […]

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Vacations for thrill seekers and daredevils

Leaping out of a plane 15,000 feet above the Earth. Swimming with great white sharks. Scaling the sheer face of a thousand-foot cliff. For most people, the thought of these activities conjure feelings of terror and dread. For adventure lovers and thrill-seekers, they sound like the perfect holiday getaway. With adrenaline junkies in mind, Hostelworld.com has compiled the following holiday […]

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Thrill seeker’s bucket list: 50 experiences to try before you die part 5

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41. Rally drive, Sydney   Somewhere there’s a brake, but don’t be concerning yourself with that. Strap yourself into a competition-prepared, V8-charged Impreza WRX and let the Schumacher within express himself.   Those with driving experience can take the controls and get a feel for rally driving on a custom-designed course, after which the terror quotient cranks up again as […]

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Thrill seeker’s bucket list: 50 experiences to try before you die part4

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31. Play bossaball, worldwide   Amazing how much fun you can have with a ball and some bounce. Bossaball combines sport, music and great fun. Mixing soccer, volleyball, gymnastics and capoeira, and played on a big bouncy trampoline-like surface, bossaball players try to ground the ball on the other side of the net.   It takes skill and athleticism, but […]

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Thrill seeker’s bucket list: 50 experiences to try before you die part3

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21. Go whitewater rafting, Zambia   Lots of whitewater, and somewhere in there is a raft. If you’re up this creek without a paddle you’re in trouble. The Zambezi River in Africa is rated Class 5; “extremely difficult,” just under “unrunnable.”   Its thundering rapids — nicknamed Oblivion, Overland Truck Crash and Stairway to Heaven — pull no punches. Just […]

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Thrill seeker’s bucket list: 50 experiences to try before you die part2

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11. Ride the world’s steepest roller coaster, Japan   What goes up must come down. We hope. The world’s steepest steel roller coaster opened at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Tamanash, Japan this year.   On top of a free fall of 121 degrees, you will fight the G-forces through seven twists and a drop of 43 meters. The […]

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Thrill seeker’s bucket list: 50 experiences to try before you die

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1. Be a jet fighter pilot for a day, worldwide “Tower, this is Ghost Rider requesting a flyby.” Are you a Maverick or a Goose? “Top Gun” references aside, these day you really can fly a fighter jet. Choose from the MiG-29, L-39 Albatross and Hawker Hunter to finally realize those childhood, Tom Cruise-inspired dreams.  MiGFlug is available in various […]

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5 Activities for Thrill Seekers in Fiji

Scuba Diving Beautiful coral reefs surrounding various islands are waiting for you to discover them. No matter who has seen them in the past, in this moment they are once again brand new and just waiting to be explored. The luscious pinks, blues, oranges and orchids are as lovely as any garden in full bloom. The array of colours along […]

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Top 10 trips for novice thrill seekers

From kitesurfing in Mauritius and rock climbing in Canada to swim trekking in Cumbria, you don’t have to be an sports expert to enjoy a serious outdoor challenge. Mark Rowe offers action-packed adventures for beginners 1 . Splash out at the lakes A lake is no place for absolute beginners but swim-trekking is no longer the sole preserve of would-be […]

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6 Outdoor Activities (For Thrillseekers) Which Changed My life.

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Ok, I admit. I always thought I’m a beach and culture chick. And yes with culture I mean 50% shopping… But then 2011 came along and everything changed. Now I love when wind blows around my ears, when my heart drops into my gut and actually I’m starting to be proud of bruises. Yes, I’ve never thought I would say […]

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