Adventure-seeking spirits are known to stick together for good reasons. It’s always more fun to live on the edge with someone you love. We believe that taking risks and “going to adventures” is a way to be closer and have had some of the most memorable experiences in our lives.
Although one person might be more adventurous than the other, it is the best thing about a relationship to push the boundaries of your comfort zone. These are the best adventure destinations that you will ever visit, regardless of whether you love mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, or cliff diving.
Every aspect of India is an adventure. You’re sure to have an unforgettable experience from the moment you leave the airport and drive through Delhi, to the moment when you do yoga in the ancient ashrams in the Himalayan Foothills.
You don’t want the Taj Mahal to be missed, but it’s also important to see the bear slotshs, asian elephants and bengal Tigers. Book a safari in Ranthambore National Park or Corbett National Park as part of your trip. Indian food is both delicious and adventurous.
Marrakech, a former imperial capital city, has a rich culture and is home to many traditional souks (markets). As you walk through the narrow, colorful alleyways, hold onto your loved one.
Marrakech is also an ideal starting point for Sahara journeys. Here you can visit ancient ruins and ride through the desert on a camel. You can even camp under the stars! Is there anything more thrilling than camel trekking in the middle of Sahara desert?
You don’t have to forget Reykjavik. Selfoss offers scuba diving at the fault line of two tectonic plates and also allows you to glacier hike. You will find a variety of hot springs, black beaches, and ice caves. You can also fall asleep under the Northern Lights, which could be one of the most memorable nights of your life.
Arches National Park
Arches National Park, one of five national parks in southern Utah, is the other. Arches is located just outside Moab, Utah, which is a true adventure destination. This is the perfect place to go if you love hiking, climbing, bouldering and rappelling. If you’re visiting Southern Utah, be sure to visit Zion’s National Park or Bryce Canyon.
Machu Picchu, Peru
Machu Picchu is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It’s not easy to climb up the Inca Trail to reach the top, but once you are there, the views are truly breathtaking.
You can also ride your horse up the entire trail and stop at beautiful lodges. You can ride a train all the way up but we recommend spending a few days to really experience the Andes like the Incas.
Yosemite National Park
You can fly 20 hours to Africa or India to see incredible wildlife, but it’s also possible to do the same thing right here in America. You can spend a week hiking, camping and exploring Yosemite.
New York City
New York City is truly the city that never sleeps. New York City is no joke, whether you’re trying to navigate the subways or see the entire city in one day.
You can rent a bike at a bike sharing station to ride through Central Park, run through Times Square, see a Broadway show, or eat all of the Grimaldi’s pizza as you cross the Brooklyn Bridge.
You’re sure to have a great time no matter what you do in the area.
You must visit Victoria Falls if you are going to Botswana or Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, or Zambia. Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It is breathtaking, but you can also swim to the top of Devil’s Pool’s 328-foot dropoff without being swept away.
You can bungee jump from the falls while you are there. If you are in South Africa for a long time, it is possible to cage dive with the great Whites.
Interlaken offers everything. You can’t go wrong when you combine skydiving with paragliding and hang gliding.
You can also pick any mountain peak to hike up, or you can take a gondola ride on the way up. You will be awestruck by the breathtaking views as you stroll hand-in-hand through beautiful Swiss villages.
Big Sur, California
It’s hard to choose between driving along the Pacific Coast Highway and watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean from your camp site, or setting up camp on windy roads alongside a 200-foot cliff. Big Sur is the perfect playground for hikers and ocean lovers.
Despite the dangers of the ocean, swimming in it is not recommended. You can also hike to the Sykes Hot Springs, Big Sur River and Pfeiffer Falls to get your fix.
These destinations will not disappoint, no matter where you choose to go. You can challenge yourself and go outside your comfort zone. Do us a favor, strap your GoPro on, get crazy, and then tell us about it when you return. We would love to hear from your!