Extreme and Adventurous Trips
The spring wind is touching your face, and you’re not afraid of any road! The long-awaited ticket to a unique adventure can become the main impulse to start an active holiday.
Today we’ll speak about some amazing ways to spend your spring vacation in the most extreme and mysterious areas of our Earth.
Hunting is a cool way of demonstrating your bravery. You can hunt in forests, bogs, and even in the air and under water. You can hunt alone or get attached to a group of hard core hunters. You can go for the trophy in the vast expanses of our country or discover a new country where you once went for sightseeing and souvenir shopping, and not for hide and horns.
There are many advantages in hunting in Europe: A big number of wild games, a perfect compliance with laws, an unspoken code of the hunter, excellent service and well-established traditions. If you rent a cozy hunting lodge in Bulgaria, Poland or Hungary, you will be able to hunt deers and wild boars, and in summer partridge and duck hunt will be possible. In Greenland you can hunt a 300-pound musk ox, a polar fox and a snow partridge. In Spain you go for ibex and long-mane sheep, in Macedonia — for the Balkan chamois and mouflon. Even a travel to Turkey can be combined with night wild boar hunting.
If you love exotics, you should go to Australia, since only there you can hunt crocodiles, kangaroos and wild dogs, dingoes. Nothing can be compared with the breathtaking nighttime chase after a Buffalo under the leadership of a hereditary Australian hunter.
In Canada you can hunt black bears in spring and grizzly bears, snow goats and wolfs in fall. In South America, in Ecuador, you’ll find many deers and wild cats, the latter are allowed to shoot freely. It can also be a good idea to hunt a Siberian roe in Barrow, an elk in Yakutia, a bear in Kamchatka, or birds and grouse in the central regions of Russia. In any case, as it’s said in the cartoon about Mauglis, “it will be a nice hunt.”
Antarctica: Forged Ice
Mainland, bound with eternal ice, covered with white snow that blinds the eyes… It never gets warm air, and only the lonely silhouettes of majestic icebergs are around Antarctica. Being there means reaching the top of the world, seeing the land that has never been populated and will never get a chance to get any cities. Only scientists come to this place to conduct researches in special stations and then return back home — to civilization. The only inhabitants of this cold kingdom are cute penguins in their black frock coats, waddling awkwardly from foot to foot. And there are many whales masterfully dissecting the dark waters of Antarctica.
Cruises to Antarctica are committed from two continents — South America and Australia. If you visit Antarctica, you’ll have every right to say that you had been on the edge of the world.
With the same purpose you can have a visit to South America, the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego. The most southern city of the Earth — Ushuaia — is located there. By the way, this land is called Tierra because the locals always had special vessels with them that should help them fight the fire on the boat if there was one.
Have you ever wandered through the Cambodian jungle as a tribute to the beloved Indiana Jones? Have you ever “walked on the water” in the South Korean island of Chinden, where every month a “sea road” in length of 2.8 km appears because of the tides, similar to the miracle of Moses in the Bible? Along this route you can go from the mainland to the island. The chance of walking on the water lasts a few hours only. Have you been at the home of anime and kimonos, have you seen the mysterious Imperial Palace, climbed Mount Fuji, drunk tea and seen danching geishas?
If your answer to all these questions is affirmative, then it’s time for you to discover new countries, learn about unfamiliar cultures and deal with natural phenomena by abandoning the usual route to the sea or your house somewhere in town.
It is not necessary to attend only the well-known attractions like the Great Wall of China, Big Ben and Trafalgar Square in London or the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Sometimes, the national color may appear brighter in bustling English pubs, vast rice fields of China or abandoned unknown quarters of the French capital.
You can also travel to places of glory of your favorite book characters: Visit the Quasimodo monument or sit in an armchair in Sherlock Holmes Museum on Baker Street.