Canyoning in Dalat

Adventure holidays and activities are becoming more and more popular over recent years. No longer is it just a niche market for the young and and daring. More travelers of many ages and backgrounds are being attracted to getting out of their comfort zone whilst on holiday.

With the introduction of so many rules and regulations to ensure all activities and attractions follow strict rules and guidelines, adventure activities are being taken seriously now by tour operators and being offered to almost everyone that look fit and able.

So if you are traveling to Southeast Asia and interested in taking part in some extreme adventures and activities then take a look at our list to help you decided what catches your eye and would get you heart rate beating a few notches higher.

Quad Biking in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Quad Biking in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Quad Adventure, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap is one of the most iconic cities in Southeast Asia because of the UNESCO Heritage listed Angkor Wat. So what better way to explore than on a quad bike which also allows you to go to places off the beaten track, where you will see the traditional way of life and meet local people. The quad bikes are specially designed off road vehicles that cope with all kind of terrain.

Rock Climbing, Railay Beach, Thailand

Railay beach is not just a stunning beach but one of the most popular places to go rock climbing in Southeast Asia. Climb the iconic limestone cliffs above Railay Beach with amazing views out to sea in Krabi. Expert local and foreign guides will teach you basic rock climbing skills from an expert guide and offer you to climb in one of of the most climbing location you will find.

Canyoning in Dalat, Vietnam

The ultimate in thrill seeking experiences. Here you weave through breathtaking waterfalls in a canyon with the assistance of professionally trained guides in this heart-stopping activity. Located against the backdrop of a stunning location make sure you bring your adventure mindset. No previous experience is necessary as you will be given plenty of training and assistance by the guides.

Caving in Vang Vieng, Laos

Laos has many caving opportunities and none more so than Vang Vieng. Many you can do on your own but some you will need a guide. Some of the caves go for miles and you’ll think that you have entered a new world. If you are in search of real exploration then head to Vang Vieng. Make sure you visit Phu Kam Cave and the Golden Buddha.

A balloon ride over the plains of Bagan.

A balloon ride over the plains of Bagan.

Hot Air Balloon Ride, Bagan, Myanmar

This is arguably one of most memorable experiences you will do in Southeast Asia. You will be mesmerised of the grandeur of the pagoda covered plains of Bagan. Hover over the serene banks of the Irrawaddy River, passing over pagodas below that will leave in awe. The hot-air balloons climb down close enough so you can see the intricate details on the pagodas

If you would like more information about any of the tours above then email info@asiatrips.travel or visit www.asiatrips.travel

About the Author

By aj / Administrator

on Oct 03, 2016

Aj is a born traveller and it's shows. He previously work as a flight attendant for over 6 years and has been been to over 30 countries from Barbados to Bangladesh, to Uganda to Uruguay, he has spanned the globe. He has also lived in the Middle East, Spain, Australia, Pakistan. Aj loves South East Asia the most and has been travelling to that part of the world for over 10 years where he has been currently living for the past 4 years. Aj is also AsiaTrips VP for Creative Travel and absolutely loves talking about travel and encourages others to travel and experience the world like he has. If you would like to contact Aj then please email him at aj@asiatrips.travel

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