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Extreme tourism Definition Geography

Posted by on May 13, 2016 – 01:48 am

Extreme tourism Definition Geography

Active Tourism Active Tourism is a new travelling philosophy that combines adventure, ecotourism and cultural aspects of a discovery tour. Active Tourism is low-impact, ecological, socially compatible and high quality. Active Tourism aims to combine recreation, education and bring benefits to both the tourist as well to the visited land. Active Tourism has many aspects in common with ecotourism and nature tourism and it also integrates some activities of action and adventure tourism. Additionally it also includes some aspects of cultural tours and…

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Bungee jumping in North Carolina

Posted by on May 11, 2016 – 11:20 am

Bungee jumping in North Carolina

PM 10 posts, read 48, 476 times Reputation: 11 Does anyone know of a company that does bungee in the RTP area? Any info on whitewater, hang-gliding or other such activities would be appreciated. Thanks. 2, 026 posts, read 4, 891, 590 times Reputation: 1175 awesome, thanks. I guess bungee jumping just isn t as popular as it used to be. AM 2, 822 posts, read 7, 657, 438 times Reputation: 4360 I ve never done bungee jumping. I hope it s never too late to start. Location: North Carolina 62 posts, read 323, 864 times Reputation: 52 Yes, I realize this…

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Antarctica tourism Facts

Posted by on May 9, 2016 – 09:46 am

Antarctica tourism Facts

A party of skiers arrives after traversing overland to the South Pole, December 2009 Tourism in Antarctica started with sea tourism in the late 1960s. Air overflights of Antarctica started in the 1970s with sightseeing flights by airliners from Australia and New Zealand, and were resumed in the 1990s. The (summer) tour season lasts from November to March. Most of the estimated 14, 762 visitors to Antarctica in 1-2 were on sea cruises. During the 2009 to 2010 tourist season, over 37, people visited Antarctica. Landing in Antarctica [edit] Tourism…

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Extreme Adventure tourism l l c

Posted by on May 9, 2016 – 04:17 am

Extreme Adventure tourism l l c

For all you thrill seekers, experiencing our Outdoor Adventure is an absolute must. An ecological rollercoaster ride fully loaded with excitement, challenges, and non-stop fun. This exciting eco-tour brings out the wide-eyed child in all of us. With some of Mexico s highest and longest zip-lines, at almost 1, ft long and 250 ft high, and two thrilling waterslides, it s no wonder that many people have referred to the experience as one of the greatest adventures on earth. Fly Across the Bay We kick off in true 007 style with an exhilarating speedboat…

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Dangerous Sports Club bungee jumping

Posted by on April 30, 2016 – 09:39 pm

Dangerous Sports Club bungee jumping

I had the pleasure of working/playing with the the Dangerous Sports Club in the early ninetys. we used to jump between 100-180 people a day. The DSC (Dangerous Sports Club) first kicked off this sport when they jumped off Clifton suspension bridge in England. on the 1st of April 1977. They promptly were arrested for this. But at least hit the world press the next day. only in the ninties did it return to England commercialy, due to legalities (the Health and Safty Commision) The rope used was braided elastic. Known as Pre-stretched elastic. giving…

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Impacts of tourism in Antarctica

Posted by on April 24, 2016 – 07:13 pm

Impacts of tourism in Antarctica

Antarctica is often thought of as a pristine land untouched by human disturbance. Unfortunately this is no longer the case. For a little more than 100 years people have been travelling to Antarctica and in that short time most parts have been visited and we have left more than just footprints. Human impacts include: harvesting some Antarctic species to the verge of extinction for economic benefit, killing and disturbing other species, contaminating the soils, and discharging sewage to the sea and leaving rubbish, cairns and tracks in even the most…

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Advantages of tourism in Antarctica

Posted by on April 24, 2016 – 06:05 am

Advantages of tourism in Antarctica

Are you looking for a unique tourist destination? Maybe something different than the usual options that everybody talks about? Ask your friends or family about their favorite vacation spots and you will likely hear more common choices like the Caribbean, Paris, London, Las Vegas, or perhaps Disney World if they have children. What if you’re just not a fan of the same tropical locales frequented by countless other tourists? For those searching for a non-typical tourist destination, Antarctica is a hidden gem to those who are more adventurous. Often…

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Extreme tourism

Posted by on April 19, 2016 – 06:34 am

Extreme tourism

Without the cage you wouldn t stand a chance swimming with a massive saltwater crocodile. But for brave punters who still want to get cozy with a feisty croc, a new Australian tourist attraction is offering the chance for a close encounter in the safety of a clear acrylic box dubbed the cage of death. Just 4cm of acrylic, a pair of goggles and a swimsuit, separate thrill seekers from the jaws of Choppa, a saltwater crocodile. The cage has no bars, unlike cages used in shark dives, which prevent the reptiles from gripping on, but deep tooth scratches…

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