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Top Adventure Destinations
White water rafting, mountain climbing, sky diving…adrenaline junkies live for these! Here is a list of destinations that will get you out of your seat and on an adventure.
Queenstown, New Zealand
Surrounded by majestic mountains from all sides, Queenstown is located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu on New Zealand’s South Island. There is a clear division between each of the four seasons. Summer has blue skies and sunshine. Autumn hosts a riot of brilliant colors. Winter is cool and refreshing with the mountains covered in snow. Spring sees the return of blossoming flowers. Queenstown is often called New Zealand's "Adventure Capital". Queenstown's Kawarau Bridge is famous for being the birthplace of bungee jumping. Other than the extraordinary opportunity to go skiing and snowboarding in the winter, you can try bungee jumping, skydiving, canyon swinging, jetskiing, horseback riding and long-distance hiking in this natural paradise. Each and every one of these activities is sure to give you an adrenaline rush!
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Cairns, Australia
Cairns is located in the northern part of Queensland and is the area’s core city. Cairns is located very close to the equator and is completely surrounded by tropical rainforests. With its long Great Barrier Reef, stunning coastline, jewel-like islands, silver-sand beaches and sapphire blue ocean, it is a true tropical holiday destination. While here, you can take a boat out to the world-famous Great Barrier Reef and check out the coral life beneath the sea. You can also go whitewater rafting, horseback riding, or take a trip in a hot air balloon for a bird’s-eye view of the ancient tropical rainforest. The beautiful scenery on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and inland is sure to come as a pleasant surprise. Once is never enough, when it comes to a visit to Cairns.
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Lucerne, Switzerland
Lucerne means “City of Lights” and, according to legend, was established by an angel’s request. On the shores of Lake Lucerne with heartbreaking views of the Alps, Lucerne has been attracting tourists for centuries, prompting Mark Twain to observe that “the shops are packed with Alpine crystals. Photographs of scenery, and wooden and ivory carvings...Millions of them.” Stroll across the historic wooden Chapel Bridge, one of Lucerne’s landmarks, and if possible visit during the city’s carnival season, which features extravagant parades in which you march “where you like.”
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Dumaguete, Philippines
Dumaguete is also transliterated into Chinese as “Dumagete.” The city is located in the large southeast region of Negros Island and is the capital city of the Eastern Negros. Dumaguete is a peaceful, quiet university town where around 30% of the population are students. Hence, the town has a very lively atmosphere. It is a great place to stay for a few days and experience a pure small town lifestyle. Dumaguete is also a well-known location for diving and honeymooning as there are many pristine islands in the area. These islands include pristine coral reef reserves and delightful tropical fish. This area of ocean is also one where you are more likely to see a whale shark.
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