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5 Best Adrenaline Rushing Activities | You Have Not Tried These

These are the activities that keep your adrenaline pumping and heart beating fast, due to the danger of these activities but they’re safe to attempt. Most of us prefer to do simple things for fun but very few are willing to put their life in danger in order to have some fun. Here are some of the activities.

1. Shark Cage Viewing (South Africa)

 This is one of the best places to swim with great white sharks and it’s located in Cape Town. The cage is custom built with steel mesh to keep you safe from the sharks. The cage is also attached to the boat by ropes every time. The best time to go see the great white sharks is during winter season, from May to September.

2. Paragliding over Neuschawnstein Castle (Germany)

 Tandem flying usually involves an experienced pilot flying with a passenger. Both have harnesses attached to the wing and also to each other. Taking off is quite simple, just a few steps and you’re floating on the air and enjoying the amazing scenery from far above the ground. Each flight lasts about 20 to 30 minutes.

3. Pamplona Bull Running (Spain)

 The festival of San Fermin’ as it is known in Spain, starts on the 6th of July every year. Thousands of people participate in this dangerous activity. Once the mayor announces the event to begin, a rocket is lit up in the sky and the activity starts. The length of this run is about 825m. Six bulls are usually left out in the street and the participants are supposed to avoid being attacked by the bulls. 

4. Takabisha roller coaster (Japan)

 This is the steepest roller coaster in the world. Takabisha has a drop of 121 degrees and has been confirmed by Guinness world record as the steepest roller coaster made of steel. The ride lasts for about 112 seconds but it’s scary as screams are heard in the park everytime people get on the roller coaster.

5. Cage of death (Australia)

This 20 minute underwater adrenaline rush experience is only available at Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin, Australia. People also have the opportunity to have amazing underwater photos with this large crocodiles. Thrill seekers can experience a face to face with giant crocodiles in the 9 foot high cage. The cage can only accommodate one to two people per trip.



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