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3 Vacation Ideas for Thrill Seekers

You’re only given so much time off from work a year, so it’s likely that you spend hours trying to figure out the perfect vacation that will optimize your fun and minimize your stress. The average American employee only receives 15 days of paid time off, so it’s important that you choose your vacation wisely. If you’re an outdoorsy person, an adrenaline junkie, or a thrill seeker, it may be important for you to find the locations that are going to offer the most bang for your buck in terms of exciting new experiences. 

 

Make sure your next vacation lets you blow off steam from work or family-related stress by opting for a spot that allows you to do something fun and physical. Read on for three potential places to vacation if you’re seeking a thrill.

1. Get wet in West Palm Beach
If you’re a thrill seeker, the ocean could be a perfect locale for you to get your adrenaline high. Water sports of all kinds abound in West Palm Beach, Florida, just an hour drive north of Fort Lauderdale. Allow the sun and sand to be your backdrop as you try new and exciting activities like surfing, waterskiing, and parasailing. Parasailing in West Palm Beach is unlike any other vacation activity, as you get to fly high above the waters and see amazing views. Many parasailing services even allow you to take a camera and a friend up with you, so you’ll get to share the memories of your adventure both in person and online. Just make sure to always practice safety in any of your water sport adventures.


2. Ride in style in southern California
If the land is more your style than the water is, consider going out west for a motorcycle trip in southern California. Let the open roads be your guide and feel the stress melt off of your body as you burn rubber in style on a motorcycle. Perhaps you’d like to take the quintessential ride on the Pacific Coast Highway, or head off the beaten path and take your motorcycle to San Bernardino National Forest. There you can glide by the scenic Lake Arrowhead and Cajon Pass. Even if you’re looking for thrills on your motorcycle trip, it’s highly critical that you take caution. Make sure you’ve successfully passed all tests for a motorcycle license, and that you are comfortable on highways before you go for a more difficult ride. Additionally, it’s key to invest in high quality motorcycle jackets and vests for your journey. While the adrenaline highs are important, it’s more important that you return from your vacation in one piece.

3. Go off grid in the Grand Canyon
Another option to consider if you want to have an adventurous trip is to go someplace beautiful in nature that can allow you to unplug from your life while also doing new and challenging activities. Consider getting a backcountry permit to go camping in the beautiful Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is one of the United States’ most glorious natural landmarks, and it provides hundreds of different routes and trails to follow if you’re an avid hiker. 

Make sure you do your research on what to expect if you’re camping below the rim, though, as you’ll need to fill out a permit application and prepare yourself for a wait time. As long as you are flexible with when to take your trip, you can be camping below the rim in no time. The Grand Canyon will allow you to challenge yourself and your endurance through difficult hikes, but will reward you with its natural beauty and bountiful wildlife

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