Adventure Getaways

Adventure Getaways

Best Adventure Destinations for Adrenaline Junkies

For you thrill-seekers, an adrenaline rush is better than anything. Chances are, you’re willing to go anywhere to get a good dose of this liquid power running through your veins. Here are some of the best destinations you can visit when planning your next series of adventure getaways.

Mt. Everest, Nepal

Ok, even the most fit and daring adventurists might not be interested in reaching the summit of Mt. Everest, the tallest mountain in the world. However, you can still do a lot of trekking around the rest of the mountain. You’ll get amazing views of the Ngozumpa Glacier, Makalu, and the Khumbu Icefall. Just make sure you have the right equipment and an excellent guide.

Great Barrier Reef

This large reef on the coast of Australia is one of the world’s seven natural wonders. It stretches for over 2,300 km and includes 600 different types of soft and hard coral. Get your scuba diving certification so you can slip underwater and see the numerous turtles, fish, starfish, and sharks that inhabit the area.  Alternatively, charter a boat out and snorkel, a great activity for the whole family.

Sedona, Arizona

With red rock formations galore, Sedona offers a stunning landscape that you won’t see elsewhere. There’s plenty that you can do here while admiring the view, such as taking a Jeep tour to explore lesser-known crevasses, hiking to the top of peaks, and even taking a horseback ride through ponderosa pine forests.

Victoria Falls, Zambia

Another one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls is truly something you’ll need to see to believe. It’s one of the largest waterfalls in the world and spray from the falls can be seen from several miles away. Take the Knife-edge Bridge to get views of the Boiling Pot, Main Falls, and Eastern Cataract, or go wading into the Devil's Pool at the edge of the falls for a truly daredevil experience.

Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

Go exploring through Alaska’s playground in the 15,000 square miles of Kenai Peninsula. With little human civilization, the peninsula is 90 percent wild and offers a great opportunity to observe bears, foxes, moose, and more. To get your heart pumping, try rafting down the Six Mile Creek, which has class 4 and 5 rapids that make it one of the most difficult water trails in the state.

With all of these options, you’ll have no problem getting the adrenaline rush you crave. Just make sure you don’t get hooked—or you might have to make adventure getaways a regular occurrence.

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