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A Special Warning Of Places For All The Tourists Planning A Vacation





Well, who are very daring to pull these kind of stuffs then this stunts are definitely for you and people who are planning to vacation in places so that can have some adventure and fun then they should look into these places who will surely make your adrenaline rush on higher rate and this is a really special warning to those visitors who are going to visit or planning there vacation.

The Cage

The Cage

This is crazy as hell. This means that you are put in a cage and dropped down in a basin full with crocodiles. This means an encounter with death. But for brave adrenalin seekers who still want to get in touch with a crocodile, a new Australian tourist attraction is offering the chance for a close encounter in the safety of a clear acrylic box also known ‘cage'. The cage has no bars, unlike cages used in shark dives, which prevent the reptiles from gripping on, but deep tooth scratches are visible on the sides, which means the crocodiles would try to eat you, or at least the box you are in. Top End tourists climb into the clear box before being lowered into the crocodile’s lair. They then spend 15 minutes inside the 9ft high cage and watch the crocodile, who lost both front feet while fighting other crocodiles, try to take a bite out of them (and probably are surviving several heart attacks). Tourists can get this attraction at Crocosaurus Cove, in the heart of the city of Darwin in the Northern Territory in Australia.

Zorbing

Zorbing

We know that when you look at the picture, you get confused about what is this. It is an extreme sport which allows adrenaline junkies to roll down a hill in a giant inflatable ball. Sounds great already. Adventure company Have You Got The Ball Ltd from New Zealand, offers an experience called sphereing, also known as zorbing. Zorbing is generally performed on a gentle slope, but can also be done on a level surface, letting more rider control. In the absence of hills some operators have constructed inflatable, wooden or metal ramps.



Kayaking with whales in Alaska

Kayaking with whales in Alaska

We told you about a place where you can be close to crocodiles. Now here, you get a chance to be close to whales. While Alaskan sea kayakers have long owned the rights to cool photos of themselves in kayaks with breathtaking panoramas in the background and whale tales in the foreground, the state now offers tourist do the same. As a far north USA state they don’t to have too many tourists, so they have to think of new and interesting ways to get them. What is cooler after all than kayaking with a whale? It is almost becoming predictable as to when kayakers will be able to share in this experience, as whale experts are increasingly able to predict the feeding patterns of these truly beautiful marine mammals



Volcano Bungee

Volcano Bungee

This place is scary but worth a shot. Chileans have surely come up with a good way to make the most from their volcanoes. The Volcano Bungee near Pucón, Chile offers this insane and adrenaline boosting extreme activity. Basically you get flown up to an active volcano (yes a real volcano, active with lava and smoke and everything) and then you have to bungee jump off the helicopter into the caldera towards the molten lava. Hmm… people pay for this kind of weird bungee jumping. Tourists can do this bungee jump as part of a six-day package for $9,995, including accommodations and other activities.

Walking on the edge of CN Tower

Walking on the edge of CN Tower

We can literally rename this place as 'Walk Of Death". If you ever go in Toronto, Canada you can get this unique, crazy and scary walk. The CN Tower holds a Guinness World Record for its EdgeWalk attraction which is the highest external walk on a building. The attraction allows people to walk hands free along a 1.5-metre-wide ledge that surrounds the top of the tower’s main pod on a height of 150 meters. The walk opened to the public in 2011 and according to officials this walk in the air had attracted thrill seekers from age 13 to 90.





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