Check it out! Hispotion chose top 10 extreme sports only for you that should be tried during one’s lifetime. From diving with sharks to coasteering there must be some extreme activity to make your pulse racing. All of them are quite accessible and in the same time while trying them out you will visit most stunning destinations.

1. Diving with Sharks

Does it sound extreme enough for you? Come to Fiji and try this amazing sport out. Don’t be afraid at all. Go with the flow and enjoy these enormous creatures.

2. Zorbing

Zorbing is also known as sphereing, orbing and globe-riding. It is the act of rolling down a hill in a transparent plastic ball. You can try zorbing all over the world, but the original zorbing comes from the USA.

 3. Skydiving

There’s nothing like skydiving! Can you imagine jumping from a place at 10,000ft? The best locations for skydiving are Byron Bay, Australia or the Swiss Alps.

4. Volcano Boarding

Volcano boarding was invented by an Australian traveller in León, Nicaragua. On a reinforced plywood toboggan you can zoom down the face of an active volcano. It’s possible to time speeds of up to 90km/hr.

 5. Bungee jumping

Bungee jumping is the modern sport of diving off a ledge while attached to a safety cord. It was popularised by Kiwi entrepreneur AJ Hackett.

 6. Kitesurfing

Kite surfing is a mix of wakeboarding, surfing, windsurfing, paragliding and gymnastics. All kiteboarders use a power kite to propel themselves across the ocean while standing on a specially designed board. The best places to try this extreme sport are windy beaches.

 7. Ice swimming

Extreme enough? Swimming in water below 5°C. Make a date to swim in really cold water but first register your witnessed attempt with International Ice Swimming Association.

 8.  Zip-lining

Zip-lining is traveling across a slope via a pulley attached to a suspended rope and it’s often a part of an eco tour. If you are a daredevil, the world’s longest, fastest zip-line: the Zip 2000 in Sun City, South Africa is made for your appetite.

 9. Coasteering

Participants in coasteering draw on swimming, climbing, scrambling and diving. During this activity one should traverse the intertidal zone of a rocky coastline by swimming or on foot, without the help of watercraft. Just find coast rocky enough and you are ready for coasteering.

10.  Hot air ballooning

Hot air balloon flight into the heavens on a sunrise is totally amazing and at the same time really extreme. It is suitable for all ages. The most difficult thing about hot air ballooning is getting out of bed early, before dawn, in order to catch the stable early morning breezes. Plenty of places are suitable for hot air ballooning.

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