Adventure Travel The Most Exhilarating Must Do Trips

Adventure Travel The Most Exhilarating Must Do Trips



Ever since the​ man could walk,​ he traveled. at​ first,​ we traveled to​ escape harsh climate and find food,​ but as​ we evolved,​ we started traveling for fun. Thus appeared travel destinations and travel guides. as​ time passed,​ more and more people started traveling to​ various locations,​ for the​ landscape,​ traditions and thrills.

Here are a​ few travel locations that are sure to​ give you​ your thrills and kicks,​ somewhat like a​ top five,​ I guess,​ but don’t trust me - go check them out yourself out!

1. Himalaya

By far the​ greatest mountain range in​ the​ world,​ the​ Himalaya have captured the​ imagination of​ philosophers,​ mystics,​ mountaineers and empire builders from the​ earliest ancestors of​ contemporary Hindus and Buddhists to​ the​ present day. Mount Kailash,​ home of​ the​ greatest of​ the​ gods,​ and Meru,​ centre of​ the​ Hindu and Buddhist universe,​ rise from their surrounding ridges of​ the​ central Himalaya. From the​ high slopes to​ the​ foothills,​ people have carved out an​ often-meager existence in​ the​ harshest of​ environments with determination,​ subtlety and imagination enriched by powerful cultural identities. Tribal peoples living often at​ high altitudes have made their living from their tough environment through trade over the​ highest passes in​ the​ world,​ while farmers have developed agriculture on​ the​ man-made terraces of​ the​ warmer,​ lower-lying valleys and hills of​ the​ southern ranges. Although the​ mountain environment gives a​ common character to​ the​ whole region,​ each hamlet has its own identity. the​ villages of​ the​ arid high-altitude plateau of​ Ladakh could scarcely be more different from the​ homesteads of​ the​ monsoon forests of​ Arunachal Pradesh.

2. Kilimanjaro Climb

Just three degrees south of​ the​ Equator is​ the​ 5,​895m (19,​340ft) high,​ permanently snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro,​ Africa’s highest mountain. it​ offers one of​ the​ best opportunities in​ the​ world to​ climb a​ peak at​ high altitude without needing technical climbing ability. Any normally fit,​ healthy person prepared for some physical exertion and exercise should be able to​ complete the​ ascent to​ Uhuru Peak,​ which involves approximately 70 kilometers of​ walking in​ total,​ and no technical climbing.

3. Torres Del Paine in​ Patagonia,​ Chile

Near the​ fjord area of​ Tierra Del Fuego and the​ Beagle Channel one may visit the​ famous Torres Del Paine National Park on​ the​ southern edge of​ the​ Patagonia Ice Cap. the​ area is​ easy to​ get to​ from Punta Arenas with transportation of​ buses,​ taxis and minibuses. it​ is​ possibly the​ most famous national park in​ South America with 60,​000 visitors last season. it​ is​ some 100 km north of​ Puerto Natales. a​ 2422 sq. km park was given the​ World Heritage status in​ 1978 by UNESCO.

It gets it's name from three wonderful and very prominent polished columns of​ pink granite,​ the​ Towers of​ Paine (Torres Del Paine).

Here you​ may go backpacking and trekking,​ or​ you​ can join programs to​ do the​ mountain climbing as​ well. Nandu and Guanaco (Ostrich and Alpaca like animals) are frequently seen in​ the​ park refuge. There is​ a​ broad diversity of​ fauna y flora. Backpackers should have experience with overnight trips in​ rough country; those who desire to​ make ascents should have mountaineering ice and snow climbing experience.

4. Amboseli Safari

Amboseli National Park is​ one of​ Kenya’s most popular parks because of​ the​ stunning view it​ displays of​ nearby Mount Kilimanjaro,​ the​ world’s tallest freestanding mountain. When you​ go on​ your Amboseli Safari,​ be sure to​ get the​ famous photograph of​ elephants with the​ unforgettable views of​ Kilimanjaro in​ the​ background!

Streams from Kilimanjaro surface in​ the​ centre of​ Amboseli,​ creating swamps that attract and support a​ rich diversity of​ wild animals and birdlife.

As Amboseli is​ easily accessible,​ it​ forms a​ popular part of​ many of​ our safari itineraries.

Amboseli is​ one of​ the​ smaller game parks in​ Kenya and the​ vegetation ensures that the​ animals are easy to​ spot. Lions can easily be found and can occasionally be watched stalking their prey.
Buffalo,​ zebra,​ giraffe,​ gazelle and other plains game are plentiful in​ the​ park and hippos live in​ the​ open waters and swamp channels. the​ elephants found here are surprisingly relaxed around safari vehicles; they were largely unaffected by ivory poaching and have some of​ the​ largest tusks.

Nothing beats the​ experience of​ adventure travel,​ so pack up your rucksack and give it​ a​ go!




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