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11 Tourist Attractions That Can Put Your Bravery To The Test



We all love travelling and different kinds of Tourism. There are some people who test their courage and push limits of their fear. if you want to see such dare-devils like walking on a narrow plank in the mountain or bungee jumping from a helicopter. Take a glance at a perfect holidays.

Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge, China

This is the largest and highest glass bridge in the world. While stepping on the bridge one will think more than hundred times. It looks so terrifying. The view and gives the illusion that you’re walking on air 984 feet above the ground. Not only walking on a bridge but you can bungee jump or zip-line off.

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National Park, Java, Indonesia

A big name Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is around 308 square miles and has one of the largest volcanic regions in Indonesia. People who loves to see Volcano can just go that place, as you can see a man in love with the view and taking fascinating selfies of their lives.

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Volcano Cerro Negro, Nicaragua

Volcano Cerro Negro, Nicaragua

This is an amazing adventure many of them must have not heard about. Skiing down the slopes of snowy mountains all must have heard but racing down an volcano on a piece of wood is something very unique.

Pedra da Gávea, Brazil

 Pedra da Gávea, Brazil

This is the world’s largest rock monolith located on a coastline. For doing this a person need a strong heart and a strong willpower. It is about 2,762 feet high and the view that opens up on top of it is just breathtaking. The rock looks like a human face.

CN Tower, Toronto, Canada

CN Tower, Toronto, Canada

Here comes one more stunning adventure, which is an Edge walking on the CN Tower in Toronto. It is world’s highest hands-free walk on a 5-foot wide circle located on top of the tower, 1,168 feet above the ground.

Trift Bridge, Switzerland

Among all this looks bit safest the Trift Bridge in the Swiss Alps that is 328 feet high and 557 feet long, giving you a fantastic view of the Thrift Glacier. It feels overwhelmed and a thrilling experience surrounded by mountains.

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Cave of Swallows, Mexico

Cave of Swallows, Mexico

People who are afraid of darkness for them it is difficult to perform or to experience such place. It is almost 1,679 feet deep making it one of the largest caves in the world. The best part is on the walls of the cave, thousands of birds that leave their nests in the morning and come back from nearby forests in the evening.

Villarrica Volcano, Chile

 Villarrica Volcano, Chile

We have seen volcano lovers taking selfie, but here people are jumping into a Volcano Eruption. If jumping down into a cave is not thrilling enough than bungee jumping inside an active volcano is all you need to try. They throw you down from a helicopter 350-foot long rope. An average price for a volcano bungee jumping tour is around $16,000.

The Sac Actun underwater caves off

This is the longest underwater cave on our planet It has average depth of 68 feet and a maximum depth of 393 feet. It gives the great feeling by watching it. The real adventure must be incredible. Anthropological discoveries is a cave study that are made there. Human bones that have been found in Sac Actun are around 13,000 years old.

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I know they look beautiful but cenotes can be quite terrifying, especially the underground ones! 🏔 To get down here we had to descend into a pretty narrow hole, without being able to see anything. Once we got through the opening though, the most beautiful view opened up in front of our eyes

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Moaning Caverns, California, USA

Moaning Caverns, California, USA

If you want to study caves even more closely, then this place is best to study. Here, you can descend deep down inside the cave on a rope to see stone formations.

Mount Huashan, China

 Mount Huashan, China

The most extreme hiking in the world. Plank walk that will make your heart pound and palms sweat. It is a narrow wooden planks attached to rock and has very less space to balance on. It is really breathtaking experience.



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