1 . Journey Across the Breathtaking Salar De Uyuni Bolivia
During the rainy season, the worlds largest salt flat becomes the worlds largest mirror. Covering more than 4,000 square miles, Salar de Uyuni is any explorers dream and offers an amazing place to get lost in your own thoughts aswell as in the magnificent plains. In the center of the salt flats is Isla Incahuasi, a hilly outcrop of land that offers an incredible resting spot.
2 . Lava Kayaking Hawaii
K?lauea volcano was created as many as 600,000 years ago. Its current eruption dates back to 1983, making it one of the longest eruptions in history and producing more than 75 square miles of land in the process. Now, daredevils are being allowed to kayak around this new land and only meters from where 2000
3 . Learn the Way of the Ninja Japan
Ninjas were the covert agent of feudal Japan. Over time, their way has been almost lost to time but Tokyo is home to some of the few remaining ninja sensei, including one who took on 13 Yakuza members at once and came out on top. While the training might be hard, learning the abilities of shinobi will introduce you to your inner warrior.
4 . Go Caving in Mammoth Cave National Park Kentucky USA
Home to by far the largest cave system in the world, Mammoth Cave has more than 400 miles of connected passageways to explore. It should come as no surprise that the cave has earned the title of limestone labyrinth because around every corner could be a new, unexplored chasm.
5 . Treck Through Tribal Lands Baliem Valley Papua New Guinea
The Dani tribe were only recently discovered by the rest of the world in 1938. They inhabit Baliem Valley, an awe inspiring part of West Papua, which still remains untouched by outsiders. Every year, the tribe invite a few lucky guests to come to their land and explore uncharted villages and wilderness with them.
6 . Enter the Ice Age Alaska
The last ice age may have ended thousands of years ago, but Alaskas Kenai Fjords National Park seems to be one of the last places on Earth where it is continuing. This mountainous area is subject to a monumental 400 inches of snowfall every year and is home to more than 40 active glaciers. Kenai demands mental and physical strength from those who dare tackle its harsh landscape and climate.
7 . ive with the Aquatic Moken People Mergui Archipelago
The Mergui archipelago is a series of more than 800 small islands to the south of Burma. The islands and their surrounding waters are the homes of the Moken who live much of their life aboard hand built boats. They survive by spear and net fishing and spend most of their time diving for shellfish. Living alongside these unique people is a once in a lifetime experience to learn how their amazing culture has survived for centuries.
8 . Volcano boarding Leon Nicaragua
Leon is a small town that sits in the shadow of the massive Cerro Negro volcano. If you think surfing on water is easy, then the local people have one of the most extreme sports known to man. Hike to the top of this giant with a board on your back and then slide inside an active volcano at speeds of up to 50 miles an hour.
9 . Genghis Khan Warrior Training Mongolia
The tribes of Mongolia have always largely been nomadic, even during the ages of the Mongol Empire, one of the largest in history. In the Mongolian grasslands, you can learn the same battle and survival skills that the warriors who conquered their way across Asia learned more than 800 years ago.
10 . Navigate the Amazon River Peru
Travel into the heart of Perus fabled Amazon region and work with scientists and the local Cocama people to conduct experiments that will help to protect the delicate and incredible wilderness of the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve. Youll play a vital role in helping to protect critically endangered species like the bizarre Amazon river dolphin.