Some people avoid being adventurous but some people see adventure as their endpoints.
An adventure is an exciting experience that is typically a bold, sometimes risky, undertaking. Adventures may be activities with some potential for physical danger such as travelling, exploring, skydiving, mountain climbing, scuba diving, river rafting or participating in extreme sports.
Adventure for me is having an adrenaline rush at the beginning which gradually turns into a feeling of euphoria till the end. It is an essence of a 'Happy Soul'.
Some people avoid adventure,
Reason being their fear.
Fear of dying, fear of falling apart, but the ones who vanquish their fear are the ones who rule over the outside as well as the inside world.
Therefore here I share some mind reaching adventurous sites where you can go and have a blast.
Diving in St Helena is an extraordinary experience – not least the remote location and clear, unpolluted waters. Visibility regularly tops out at. There is no shortage of marine life to be seen in these waters including butterflyfish, parrotfish, scorpionfish, puffers and morays, several of them not seen anywhere else in the world. The creature everyone wants to see, though, is the whale shark.
For those seeking thrills and spills, Nova Scotia offers its own unique version of white-water rafting. Things usually start with a gentle boat trip. Near its mouth, rather than a rocky bottom, the river has several sandbars. As the incoming tide rushes up the river, big – but temporary – tidal rapid waves are created over each sandbar.
Namibia, It attracts adventurous visitors seeking 'adrenaline' trips, with numerous new and highly original options on offer, from freefall parachuting to dune-bike riding. The most popular activity in this area is sandboarding, where you lie on a board and shoot face first down the dunes of the Namib Desert.