Why You Need To Try Heli-Skiing
If you love to ski or snowboard, there is nothing better than heli-skiing. It’s that simple.
The sport promises virgin snow, breathtaking surrounds, spacious runs that are kilometres in length and, best of all, no lift queues!

Commercial heli-skiing first took off in Canada in the mid-sixties. Today, hundreds of heli-skiing companies help avid skiers and snowboarders enjoy isolated snow regions that were once considered inaccessible.
Hiring a helicopter ain't cheap, but if you ever f
“Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down.” Oprah Winfrey
Tim Ward is the author of Zombies on Kilimanjaro: a Father-Son Journey Above the Clouds, the first literary narrative of climbing Kilimanjaro.
Why do 40,000 people a year seek to climb the world’s highest freestanding mountain–a mountain so popular it has become known as “Everyman’s Everest”? Here are the top ten reasons, from the most practical to the most profound:

1. Kilimanjaro is technically the easiest to climb of the Seven Summits . You don’t need ropes or special mountaineering gear, or even any previous mo
Kitesurfing, a hybrid of kiting, windsurfing and wakeboarding, allows you to harness the power of both the wind and the ocean to travel at record speeds and jump to astonishing heights in the air. Kitesurfers glide across the top of the waves on a board that's similar in size and shape to a wakeboard while holding onto a kitesurfing kite. The basic objective of kitesurfing is to do tricks and to see how high and long you can jump off waves.

Although kitesurfing might seem like the latest extreme sport fad, we can actually trace its r
Ski Jumping is an Extreme Sport ANY Downhill Skier Can Try!
We've all seen the Olympic ski jumpers flying off towering ramps and soaring through the air. You probably thought, "Those people are crazy! How do they have the guts to do something like that?" But did you know that ski jumping isn't just for thrill seekers on a death sentence? In fact, anyone can learn to ski jump, as long as you've mastered basic downhill skiing skills. If you've ever thought about learning to ski jump, here's what you need to know as a beginning ski jumper.<
Top 10 Destinations To Scuba Dive
Whether you're a scuba pro or looking for the perfect spot to take your first dive, check out this PADI vetted travel guide for where to go.

1. Bora Bora, French Polynesia
The ultimate destination for honeymooners, Bora Bora offers more than romance when it comes to its underwater menu. Often referred to as the “Shark Capital of the Pacific,” Bora Bora ups the ante on diving with these creatures that "Jaws" made synonymous with danger. Controversial-yet-exhilarating chum excursions brin
Ascend to the top of one of Sydney's most iconic landmarks with the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb for stunning views of famous Sydney Harbour and the city skyline. With a choice of three climb options - each of which are available at four different time periods throughout the day - you'll be able to join with the exact conditions you're looking for; see Sydney shining while blanketed in the light of day with the day climb, the lights of its skyline glittering under the stars with the night climb, or as the sun sets adding its fading golden glow
10,000 pounds of lean muscle, 10,000 razor sharp teeth, 100 million years in the making. Are you ready to come face-to-face with the world’s ultimate predator?
Dive into the depths of our 10-million litre tank and experience the thrill of a lifetime by coming face-to-face with the largest collection of Sand Tiger Sharks in the world.
Anyone can experience the Shark Dive at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo: whether you are a certified diver ; whether you’ve never dived before ; or even if you don’t know how to swim!
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Get ready for the wildest, dirtiest ride of your life!
These off-road V8 racing buggies and their blend of brutal engine power and top-class suspension will have you giggling like a schoolgirl at a boy band concert. Tear down dirt tracks, jump off steep banks and be prepared to get filthy. As these bad boys can reach serious speeds, you'd better be prepared for a heart-pounding adrenalin rush.
George Clooney, Wayne Rooney and Bill Gates are all devotees of table tennis, a sport enjoying such a boom that Oscar award-winning actress Susan Sarandon has even opened a ping-pong nightclub in New York.

The sport's appeal is obvious: it's fast, fun and cheap.
At elite level, it's really fast. The ball travels at speeds of 100mph and is struck more than 180 times in a minute - about three shots a second.
The Chinese dominate the global game (they have won all five titles at each of the last four World Championships), and