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Adventure of the Month
Bungee Jumping

Top 10 places to bungee jump

  1. Kawarau Bridge, Queenstown, New Zealand

  2. The Nevis, Queenstown, New Zealand

  3. Victoria Falls Bridge, border of Zimbabwe and Zambia

  4. Verzasca Dam, Ticino, Switzerland

  5. Bloukrans Bridge, Tsitsikamma, South Africa

  6. Macau Tower, Macau, China

  7. The Last Resort, Tatopani, Nepal

  8. Niouc Bridge, Val d'Anniviers, Switzerland

  9. Extremo Park, Monteverde, Costa Rica

  10. Europabrücke, Innsbruck, Austria

Looking for a new way to travel?

Hiking in Australia

Try Hiking through Australia red center. Opened in 2002, the 140-mile (225km) Larapinta Trail from Alice Springs to Mount Sonder through the West MacDonnell Ranges is one of the world’s great bush walks. The trail can be done in shorter stretches, but why not go for the full 14-day experience? There will be challenging stages of up to 20 miles on some days, but you’ll carry only your day pack. 

Polar bears in Spitsbergen 

Journey to the high Arctic on this wildlife expedition around the island of Spitsbergen. Spot polar bears as they hunt or feed on a carcass. You’ll also see aerial displays by breeding seabirds and groups of walrus, as well as pods of ghostly white beluga whales. 


Tierra del Fuego, Argentina & Chile 

Outside the Polar regions, few places on Earth feel as remote as Tierra del Fuego. You’ll trek through the Torres del Paine National Park, encounter close-up the Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciares National Park, take a boat trip on the Beagle Channel, and visit Ushuaia, the world’s most southerly city ending with a chance to dance the tango in Buenos Aires.

Jungles, Volcanoes, Waterfalls and Sloths, Costa Rica 

Explore the steaming jungle and the waterways of Tortuguero by boat in search of monkeys, toucans and exotic birds before visiting the Sloth Sanctuary and the stars of their own Animal Planet TV show. Then take a night walk in the rainforest or try white water rafting before relaxing in thermal pools in the shadow of the Arenal Volcano. Starts and finishes with some white sand beach-time .

Northern Lights, Iceland

Seeing the Aurora Borealis is one thing, but being given explanation of how and why you are seeing it by an astronomer gives this trip a special edge. Andrew Green also knows the best places to stay and observe. Along the way you’ll see the Gullfoss waterfall, explore the “Golden Circle”, including Thingvellir National Park and Strokkur geyser, visit lava fields and unwind in the Blue Lagoon. 

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