Whether your customers are serious adrenaline-seekers always searching for the ultimate thrill or just want an unforgettable travel experience to talk about for years to come, if you recommend them these tours, your clients will need to pack their courage for these daring activities!
Your clients may have tried zip-lining before, but have they tried a line like this? Located in the Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, “The Monster” is a heart-pounding 1.57 miles (2.5 km) long, making it the longest zip line in the world, and it can reach speeds of up to 150 kph (95 mph). As well as riding The Monster, thrill-seekers can also tackle the zip-line course at the Toro Verde Nature Adventure Park, including The Beast or enjoy a kayaking excursion on the nearby bioluminescent bay.
With its endless beaches, soaring mountains, lava flows and swathes of lush rainforest, Hawaii’s Big Island is like a giant adventure playground, and travelers with a thirst for adrenaline will find plenty to keep them amused. Our recommendations? Flying over the island on an open-door helicopter flight. Or morning swimming, snorkeling and kayaking around Keauhou Bay, exploring the coastal caves, or dive into the ocean at night to swim and snorkel with manta rays.
Coming face-to-face with a Great White Shark might be the ultimate feat for daredevil divers. And the shark-abundant shores of South Africa are the perfect place to seek out these impressive creatures. This tour will allow your clients to dive into the open waters of Gansbaai on a cage diving tour from Cape Town or spot sharks, whales and dolphins on a private shark diving tour from Cape Town.
Forget skateboarding and snowboarding — the newest way for boarders to get their kicks is on a sandboard! The sandboarding craze is taking off all around the world, but some of the coolest (or rather hottest) places to hit the dunes is in Peru. Your clients can visit the Huacachina desert in Ica to zip around on a dune buggy. And to make their way back down? A sandboard of course. When they’re ready for another challenge, have them head to the Cerro Negro volcano in Nicaragua, where they can hike to the top of the peak and then sandboard again down the volcanic sands enjoying views along the way of the Pacific Ring of Fire.
How about a bird’s eye view of landmarks like the Christ the Redeemer Statue atop Corcovado Mountain on an exhilarating Rio de Janeiro hang gliding tour. If that’s not enough action for one day, suggest a hike to Tijuca Peak, where your adventure seeking clients will be rewarded with even more spectacular panoramic views.