From the National Geographic book Journeys of a Lifetime Top 10 Cycle Routes:
1.La Route Verte, Canada. The newly completed Route Verte (Green Route) crosses the province of Quebec from east to west, running for more than 2,485 miles (4,000 kilometers) along carefully selected rights-of-way and rural roads. Well signed, it's easy to follow and includes directions to interesting sites. The terrain and vistas vary immensely, from calm stretches along the St. Lawrence River to mountain views in the Laurentides.

2.Underground Railro
Top 10 places to go skinny-dipping:

1. Formentera, Spain. As the smallest and most southerly of Spain's Balearic Islands, Formentera boasts some of the Mediterranean's finest beaches. There's no need to pussyfoot around on these unspoilt sands – nudity is the norm and you'll likely draw more looks if you cover up than if you let it all hang out.

2. Viti Lake, Askja Caldera, Iceland. In a land littered with volcanic wonders, Askja is a gem. Isolated in Iceland's remote Central Highlands, in the shadow of the immense Vatna
Let's say this up front: Riding a camel is one of the most uncomfortable experiences you can imagine. The width of a camel's body, coupled with the precarious place you must take upon its back, the near waddle of its gait as it sways back and forth, and the general disdain the animal usually has for its passenger all work against your efforts to cultivate an essence of relaxation and comfort. But riding a camel is fantastically fun and bound to be one of your favorite memories from your trip to Egypt or Morocco or any other desert destination.
There's something magical about sleeping under the stars—the velvety sky overhead, the caress of cool breezes, a dazzling sunrise greeted with birdsong. But if that whole business of lying on the ground in a sleeping bag makes you want to sprint to the nearest hotel and hide under the duvet, we have a solution: seven extravagant beds that just happen to be outdoors. They're in the most extraordinary locations, too, such as on a photographer's platform in a South African game reserve, atop a 12th-century fortress in Rajasthan, or amid the mesa
Bungee jumping – dive from the giddy height of a towering fixed structure while an elastic cord secures you and keeps you suspended just inches above the ground level at the end of the leap. What leaves most people breathless during a bungee venture are the rebounds that occur due to the stretching and snapping of the cord. Bungee jumping was first practiced as a rite of passage for the youths of Pentecost Island in Vanuatu. Since the modern times, several records have been made and broken by bungee-jumpers world over. The Guinness Book of Wo
A sailing regatta is a unique spectacle offering a high energy and fun experience. A highly visible and exciting sport, sailing has a huge corporate following and has been successfully used for brand launches, networking and visibility by some of the largest event sponsors in the world. Famous regattas around the world:

1.Cowes Week was established in 1826 and is the longest running annual sailing regatta in the world. It now attracts over 1000 boat entries and 8500 competitors. It is held on the Solent between the south coast of
An ice boat (often spelled as "iceboat") is a boat or purpose-built framework similar in functional design to a sail boat but fitted with skis or runners (skates) and designed to run over ice instead of through (liquid) water. Ice yachting is the sport of sailing and racing iceboats. Sailable ice is known in the sport as 'hard water' versus sailing on liquid or 'soft' water. A related sport, land sailing, utilizes a configuration with an iceboat-like fuselage or frame equipped with wheels instead of runners. Iceboats commonly used for racing ar
Ten interesting facts about Fencing:
1-The tip of the fencing weapon is the second fastest moving object in sport after the marksman's bullet.
2-Fencing has been included in every Olympic game since 1898.
3-The fencing suits are white, because in earlier times, touching was recorded with a piece of cotton at the tip of the weapon dripped in ink.
4-It wasn't until 1898 that the 4 minutes timing limit has been invented.
5-President Theodor Roosevelt and Winston Churchill are former fencers.
6-The first electronic sco
Swimming with dolphins is an activity offered by many dolphinariums around the world, and there is a large and varied array of interactive programs and activities. Each dolphinarium usually has their specific supply and particular way to present their activities. Most programs include direct contact with dolphins; in some places it is allowed to take the dolphin fin and be dragged by the animal. Other dolphinariums do not allow this because it could be harmful to the animal. In recent years a program that allows customers to have the experience
Interesting Facts:
-The name bobsledding came from early racers bobbing their heads backwards and forwards. It didn't work, but the name stayed with the sport.
-The first ever bobsleigh track was built by St Moritz's Palace Hotel owner Caspar Badrutt in 1870. It was subsequently used for two Winter Olympic games and is still in use today.
-Bobsleigh and bobsledding are both correct names for the large sled made up of two sections linked together. The frame is made of metal, the shell of fiberglass or similar material.