A bit of adventure on holiday can make yours one to remember. There’s a shed load of heart racing activity going on out there, so take a look at these top trip ideas for some inspiration for your around the world adventures.



For the perfect combination of adrenaline-fuelled sport and beautiful surroundings, it’s hard to beat ski holidays. The best thing is, you don’t have to go far to experience the majesty of snow-capped mountains. Many of the world’s most impressive ski resorts are located in Europe and, according to research conducted last year by the Post Office, Austria and Italy are home to a number of the best value skiing spots.

For skiers on a budget, Mayrhofen in Austria was named one of the most appealing destinations. Among the country’s most highly rated terrain parks, it boasts wide slopes and plenty of snow. The après doesn’t disappoint either; there is plenty to keep visitors entertained after a day on the piste.

The Italian resort of Livigno is also popular with holidaymakers. This high altitude holiday destination benefits from 110 kilometres of ski runs and it caters for all abilities. Like Mayrhofen, it isn’t lacking in the nightlife department either!


Scuba diving

If you prefer your water unfrozen, scuba diving holidays might be more your thing. For the ultimate in underwater exploration, you can head to the Maldives. These coral islands in the Indian Ocean are home to an impressive array of sea life, including manta rays and turtles.

South Africa is another superb diving destination and, if you’re planning a trip to the country, it’s well worth visiting the Maputaland Marine Reserve. There, you can sink beneath the waves to see a host of tropical fish, as well as bottle-nosed dolphins and even humpback whales.



Feeling fit?  You might fancy a trekking vacation. For serious walkers, the Inca Trail in Peru is ideal. This 33 kilometre walk was laid by the Incas and it winds its way from the Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu. En route, you’ll get to see awesome mountains and plenty of ancient ruins.

Alternatively, perhaps you’d prefer to trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal. There, you can enjoy breath taking scenery and, best of all, you get to say you’ve been to the bottom of the world’s highest mountain. Bear in mind though, it may take you a while to acclimatise to the altitude.

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The world is an adrenalin junkie’s haven, whatever adventure you seek.


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