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Hardcore Adventures for the Travel Daredevil

Features & Advice | Janeen Christoff | November 15, 2016

Hardcore Adventures for the Travel Daredevil

PHOTO: Fancy a swim with sharks? (Photo courtesy Thinkstock) 

If you are thinking about your next adventure and bungee jumping and zip lining aren’t extreme enough for you, Travelers Today have some suggestions for the adrenaline-seeker. 

“You're a seasoned traveler and have been in many places where other people are not yet exploring. You do extreme sports like bungee jumping, sky diving and canoeing. But if you think you've done it all, think again,” writes Jovial Ynalejandro. 

One of Ynalejandro’s first suggestions is shark-cage diving. 

“Shark diving will change your perception about these breathtaking predators. Book a trip to Bahamas and experience the thrill of swimming with tiger sharks, Caribbean reef sharks, and nurse sharks at Tiger Beach. It is one of the best diving destinations among professional photographers and videographers as well,” says Ynalejandro. 

For those who really want to hold their feet to the fire, head to Chile. 

“Volcanoes are amazing work of nature but when it's angry, it's very unfriendly. Near Pucon, Chile, risk-takers are mingling with an active volcano by bungee jumping head first. The helicopter hovers into the caldera where you can jump about 200m of flowing lava,”suggests Ynalejandro. 

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Once you are fired up, cool off in Finland with an ice swim in Rovaniemi. 

"The cold doesn't bother me anyway," Elsa said in Frozen. If you dare to be like her, take the plunge in the cold, deep water with a temperature of almost four degrees,” says Ynalejandro.

For more ideas to get your adrenaline pumping, read on here or watch the YouTube video below for inspiration.

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