Adventure holiday and Honeymoon Ideas
1.Ecotourism in Costa Rica – Costa Rica, situated in the heart of Central America, is rich with natural wonders. There are plenty of uncrowded beach on both the Caribbean…
Are you looking for a vacation that’s a little different from a typical beachside holiday? You would not sit around at home, why would you do so on your honeymoon? Consider a adventure trip to the Caribbean or perhaps a climbing trip to the Alps. Below are a few favorite choices for an adventure honeymoon:
1.Ecotourism in Costa Rica – Costa Rica, situated in the heart of Central America, is rich with natural wonders. There are plenty of uncrowded beach on both the Caribbean and the Pacific coast line, the Monteverde Cloud Forest in the central highlands, and the cosmopolitan capital of San Jose. The country is great for adventure seekers. You can swing through the tree-top canopy in the rain forest, windsurf on Lake Arenel – some of the best windsurfing in the world, enjoy boating and fishing for swordfish andsimilar fish, and walk the miles and miles of national park land. Costa Rica also specializes in self-sustaining area resorts, a big plus for ecologically sensitive holidaymakers.
2.Diving in Grand Cayman – The Cayman Islands, just east of Cuba, offers some of the best diving experiences in the world. Grand Cayman, the largest of the three Cayman Islands, boasts dozens of diving sites as well as the brillient seven-mile beach and Stingray City, a unique stingray refuge where visitors can swim with 30 to 50 relatively tame stingrays. Accommodations on the island tend towards low-rise, mostly beachfront, condominiums. Nothing is too far away on a 22-mile long island.
3.cycling through Belize – Belize, on the Caribbean coast, offers quiet hillside retreats, stunning Mayan ruins, and undiscovered beaches. You can canoe into remote Barton Cove, an ancient Mayan burial site; stay in Francis Ford Coppola’s exclusive jungle retreat; and peddle alongside beautiful waterfalls, beaches, and caves. It’s like being in your own adventure movie.
4.Heli-climbing in the Rockies – Experience the Canadian Rockies like few others have. A helicopter flys you up to alpine meadows and inclines for a day or a half-day of hiking – or you can choose one location in the morning and another in the afternoon. This trip is not roughing it, however. When you’re not exploring Canada’s beautiful mountain views, you’ll be staying at one of the legendary Canadian Pacific lodges, noted for their stunning rooms, spectacular views, and gracious service.
5.climbing in the Alps – Join a small group of like-minded holiday makers for a adventure through the foothills of the Swiss Alps. A typical week-long tour takes you through small mountain villages, to secluded mountain meadows, and up steep mountain passes. The average day’s travel is about ten miles and in the evening you’ll stay and dine in historic and friendly alpine inns.
6.Camping in Yosemite – The 1189-square mile Yosemite National Park offers over 400 campsites, ranging from primitive to fully-equipped. Yosemite is one of the National Park System’s most dramatic, and ranges in elevation from 2000 to over 13,000 feet. Visitors can enjoy the park’s over 7000 plus species of plant life and over 250 different varieties of animals. Activities include climbing, hiking the over 800 miles of trails, rafting, and horseback-riding and much more