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6 Top Destinations for Extreme Adventure

Feeling fit and active and yearning for adventure? From snowboarding in Canada to Bungee jumping in New Zealand, we’ve picked 6 of the best. Get off the couch and embark on your great big adventure.

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  1. Snowboarding in Whistler, B.C., Canada
    Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are famous for snowboarding. The area has over 800 acres of snow-covered slopes and is suitable for all levels. Whistler is brilliant as you can ski or snowboard year-round. Summer on Blackcomb Mountain allows access to several glaciers which really will give you that big buzz.

  2. Skydiving in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Skydiving in Dubai has two places. Both have breathtaking views. The most popular location is over the famous Palm Jumeirah Island. But people also skydive over the desert. It’s a fantastic experience with little training required. It’s a tandem dive, with an experienced operator guiding you.

  3. Caving, Mulu Caves, Borneo
    These caves are truly magical. A massive network of underground caverns, with the largest cathedral cave in the world. There are walking caves with paths, and there are other areas that require experienced cavers. The Mulu Caves are beautifully maintained and a photographer’s paradise. The sight of over 3000 bats flying from the caves at dusk is a must-see.

  4. Surfing Banzai Pipeline, Ohau, Hawaii
    The world-famous Banzai Pipeline is known for its curling waves and long tube rides. The beach is beautiful for relaxing and swimming on calm days. If you are here in the winter months, when the surf is up, you are in for a treat. Unless you are a pro-surfer or experienced swimmer, take care at this beach, especially when the waves are high.

  5. Swimming with Dolphins, Azores
    For those that wish for calmer seas, spend some time swimming with dolphins off the coast of Portugal. A dolphin expert provides training on how to swim safely and respectively with the dolphins in the open sea.

  6. Bungee Jumping, Queenstown, New Zealand
    If you fancy the adrenalin high of jumping from a high fixed structure, attached by a rubber band, then you must try bungee jumping. Nothing can surpass Queenstown for natural beauty. We suggest a jump from the Kawarau Bridge.

The world offers quite a variety of extreme adventure. Most people will have at least one on their Bucket List. So plan ahead, book your tour, pack your bags, and wait for the adrenaline rush.

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Ryan Miller
Ryan Miller is CEOWORLD magazine's executive editor of news, writing analysis, and long-form reporting. In his role, he coordinates and tracks the publication of special packages, magazine stories, and the publication’s signature lists. He's a somewhat long-suffering supporter of Manchester United F.C. and a genuinely long-suffering fan of the Los Angeles Clippers.