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Travelers generally want places that presses up all their buttons making them excite. And if you are a traveler who loves visiting places that are adventurous then you are not that far from get to those places. You now have different adventure vacation packages which facilitate easy booking up the flights like Miami to Bengaluru Flights, resorts and places that you have to visit around in search of adventures. So the only thing left is packing up the bags when you have such amazing option.
Not all individuals have confidence to do tasks that are daring but there are a few and if you are the one then you can surely get amazing adventures in places like New Zealand and several others. An adventure freak may have encountered a number of activities and always searching out for different adventures. And activities like climbing, rafting, camping etc can serve as the main ingredient to your trips.
Different adventures to encounter
There are a number of adventure sports that you can do and a few have been enlisted below which would press all your buttons up.
This is an activity where an individual jumps from tall structures like a bridge or a building and the individual is connected with an elastic cord that facilitates safety. But there are options of jumping from movable objects like a helicopter which increase the fun of this activity.
This activity is also called parachuting where an individual dives from a point far above the surface of the earth with a parachute over its body.
This is an activity mostly preferred by cavers as it involves exploration of the different caves.
This is an outdoor activity that requires carrying bag packs on the back and travelling through different modes of transportation and the trip may last for a month too. So this activity requires you to put in more amount of time.
This activity is generally carried out in remote settings and is a great combination of the different activities like trekking, climbing, walking etc.
This is an activity enjoyed by water lovers as this requires them to move a raft on the rivers experiencing the wave of water.
It is an activity that requires the individual to jump in or fall in water from a platform. This is loved by professionals too which includes people like dancers or gymnasts.
Adventures are for all
Being adventurous doesn’t require any age it’s just that you have to be lively and energetic and this would bring in that confidence to take up every task easily. So now being young or old should not be your matter of concern but rather your focus should lie in the fact that you love doing activities that are adventurous and this would lead you to take up challenges easily. So get set to take up new challenges now and book a flight like Denver to Delhi Flights. Pack your bags and run to your desired destinations in a few hours now.
Originally Published on Travel Air World
Everyone knows Australians love to travel, but a new study has found that we’re not the biggest travellers in the world and that we still prefer domestic trips to international ones.
A new survey by business consulting firm Timetric has found that northern Europeans are the world’s biggest travellers, with four Nordic countries all in the top five. US travellers were also in the top five, but their travels were dominated by domestic trips. Norwegians were the biggest international travellers, taking an average of two international trips per year.
Several factors were found to explain why people from Nordic countries travel so much. These included relatively high incomes and low unemployment, as well as the high cost of living in these countries – which makes travelling to a cheaper foreign destination an attractive proposition. Escape the tough winter climate was also cited as a reason many Scandanvians and Finns will head abroad.
According to the results, the world’s top 10 biggest travellers are:
Finland is the most well-travelled country in the world, with the average Finn making 7.5 trips a year, including stays at home and abroad.
2. United States
The US has the largest domestic travel market in the world, with national holidays bumping up the average person’s number of trips to 6.7 a year. However, international travel is very limited, with only 1 out of 5 Americans going abroad in 2013. Fewer than half of Americans own a passport.
According to the Timetric survey, Scandinavia is the world’s most travelled region. On average, Swedes take 1.5 outbound trips and 4.4 domestic trips a year.
Mnay Scandinavian families own a second home in the country. In Denmark, around 1 out of 6 families own a second home, resulting in an average of 3.9 domestic trips a year and 5.3 total trips.
All of the Scandinavian countries are in the top 5 most travelled countries, with the total number of trips per year in Norway averaging at 5.2.
Arnie van Groesen, Timetric travel and tourism analyst said: “People in Scandinavia can afford more trips due to high incomes and relatively low unemployment rates. The cost of living is relatively expensive in Scandinavian countries, meaning that if they go abroad they’ll often get more value for money.”
6 (equal). Hong Kong
Hong Kong is the sixth most well-travelled country in the world. Although domestic tourism is almost non-existent (0.03), the average Hongkongese takes 4.3 outbound trips a year.
6 (equal). New Zealand
On average, New Zealanders make 4.3 total trips a year, the same as the Hongkongese. However, the ratios are in reverse. New Zealanders make less outbound trips (0.5) while the number of domestic trips is higher (3.8).
According to the Timetric survey, Canadians make 1 outbound trip and 3.2 domestic trips a year, on average.
In a similar trend to New Zealand, we make considerably more domestic trips (3.4) than outbound trips (0.4).
Perhaps due to the diverse nature of the country, offering everything from skiing in the Alps to relaxation in the countryside, the French make 3.1 domestic trips compared to 0.4 outbound trips.
Originally Posted on Traveller
“We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next to find ourselves. We travel to open our hearts and eyes and learn more about the world than our newspapers will accommodate. We travel to bring what little we can, in our ignorance and knowledge, to those parts of the globe whose riches are differently dispersed. And we travel, in essence, to become young fools again- to slow time down and get taken in, and fall in love once more.” ~ Pico Iyer
We have returned home from our time on the road, where dreams of sinking into my comfy bed have once again become reality. The last couple of weeks have been a flurry of activity, setting up my kitchen once again, including getting some ferments bubbling on my countertop, coordinating annual doctor visits, re-establishing a weight-training regiment (thanks to having a gym in our little community), and largely just getting back into a “normal rhythm”.
Time and again my thoughts return back to our summer in Yellowstone National Park, and then move beyond. I find myself absorbed in what travel can do for us, beyond the stunning landscapes, to what it can do for our minds, our bodies, and our souls. Whether travel serves as a walk in nature, a drive to a mind-blowing landscape, or a long plane ride to an exotic destination, there is ample evidence supporting the health benefits of travel.
Here are my top 10 thoughts on what travel is for me.
“Traveling tends to magnify all human emotions.” — Peter Hoeg
As I look out over a vast canyon or windswept mountain or stare up at a night sky, I feel small, yet mighty. I feel more alive than any experience I could ever have sitting in front of a computer or television screen. Travel opens not only my eyes, but my heart.
We are forever grateful for those we have met during our RV travels, many we know will be lifelong friends, all who have been sprinkled with the same wanderlust as have we. And writing a travel blog has connected me with so many across this beautiful globe, many I will never meet, but who have ingrained themselves in my heart.
It forces us to endure long airport security lines, many hours of bus travel as we bump along a lonely highway, or painfully long airline flights to foreign lands. Jet lag can zap energy, cause headaches, make one feel disoriented. But if we take a deep breath, are gentle with ourselves, and move beyond these initial challenges, we see the wide world that is open to us. What frazzles our nerves can also expand our level of patience. It’s called character building baby!
I know that I am much more open-minded than I was before my nomadic ways began. Stepping beyond my country’s borders has given me a brand-new perspective on how I want to look at the world. Taking a break from my norm allows me time to reflect upon my personal journey through this life. Travel has restored my faith in humanity and broadened my world views as I have seen good reflected in the eyes of strangers. Travel encourages philanthropy as we discover new causes and ways to assist those suffering in this world.
Although we all seem to live in the world of social media to one extent or another, disconnecting, at least for a time, is healthy for both our bodies and our minds, and can be quite liberating. Our summer in Yellowstone forced us away from phones and computers and found us immersed in a world of like-minded people excited about learning more about the natural world. We met so many people we are now proud to call friends and reconnected with friends not seen for many years. We will be eternally grateful for our time at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch and hope to do it all again soon.
Whether you are hiking across an open meadow, zip-lining through the forest canopies of Costa Rica, participating in a cooking class in some foreign land, or walking the streets of a city new to you, there is always something new to learn, something exciting to embrace. Travel is a magnificent teacher and hopefully, makes us more interesting.
Travel forces us to step outside our comfort zone, as we navigate new territories, try a new activity that scares us to death, strive to learn a new language or embrace new customs. If we don’t shrink away from these challenges, we might discover a feeling of empowerment arising. And even if we learn only a few new words or phrases in another’s language, there is evidence to show that learning a foreign language strengthens our brains, not to mention the mental clarity that nature provides.
…and creates rich, lasting memories.
Need I say more?
Research shows that people who are anticipating an experience; e.g. a vacation, are much happier than those who are waiting for things, like that new iPhone.
Our lives have been forever enriched by our travels, friends met along the way, and the experiences encapsulated in our hearts. We are already planning our next adventure.
“Veni, vidi, amavi” ~ we came, we saw, we loved. ~ Anonymous
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