5 Destinations for Thrill Seekers

Are you a thrill-seeking traveler looking for your next adventure? Look no further, we’ve got some suggestions for you.

  • January 3, 2020

Riding the Takabisha in Japan


Take a spin in the world’s steepest rollercoaster, the Takabisha in Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park. The rollercoaster ride lasts only 112 seconds but it includes seven twists and a 141ft vertical drop.

Bungee jumping in New Zealand

Bring lots of courage and head to the birthplace of bungee jump, Queensland’s Kawarau Bridge. Take your pick on how extreme you want the jump to be from bobbing above the water to touching the water or to the full experience of getting fully dunked into the water. You can also do a tandem jump if you and a friend are inclined.

Running with the bulls in Spain


Pamplona’s infamous San Fermin Festival attracts 2 million people each year. Participants wear a bit of red and tempt the bulls, causing quite a stampede and a bunch of injured people.

Hang gliding in Brazil

Most travelers will hike up the Corcovado Mountain or the Christ the Redeemer, but there’s another way to see the capital of Rio de Janeiro: hang gliding. This activity pairs you with an experienced and professional pilot who will control the flight as you coast above the Brazilian beaches, forests, skyscrapers and favelas.

Kayaking in Antartica


First of all: it’s difficult and expensive to go to Antartica. Second, Antartica deals with different elements far from what you as a traveler are used to, like penguins and seals swimming in front of you or giant glaciers calving near you. But don’t let these challenges stop you, the life-changing experience is worth it.

If you’re ready to take on these adventures, give us a call at (632) 534-0116 or send us an email at inquiry@travelwithaccess.com.

Photo Credits: Japan, New Zealand, Spain, Brazil, Antartica

 

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