Vietnam for Extreme Adventure
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Vietnam has always been loved by those who are so full of adrenaline and are into extreme sports and adventure activities. Famously known for thick forests, high cliffs, unimaginable mountains, and some very vicious rivers which many extreme sports fans and adventurers seek out. Vietnam for extreme adventure, who would have thought?
If you want to explore some of the hidden coral reefs deep under water, or you love jumping off cliffs and diving into the water below, kite surfing along the coastal waves, or walking along some of the thickest forests and mountain climbing, then Vietnam is an ideal place where you can explore these sports which can even challenge those who are said to be professionals of these extreme sports.
Vietnam has got some amazing parks which you will definitely want to explore. Huge trees that have large branches spreading and covering the sky. Some of the unique species known to be in Vietnam make walking in these parks very intriguing. There are also professional guides that will assist you in your trek and take you to some sites with beautiful sceneries like waterfalls.
This is a type of sport that many love participating in. Vietnam has got some of the most amazing coastlines that will give you rich scuba diving experiences. Some of the sites that will quench your thirst for wonderful marine life include Con Dao, Nha Trung, or Phu Quoc Islands.
Try visiting the northern region in Vietnam and you will find sites that will definitely love exploring. Explore an array of hills and valleys which you can ride your motorcycle. An array of winding roads and unimaginable vistas make motorbike riding in Vietnam a wonderful experience.
Mekong Delta, known for its lush vegetation will excite the senses. Here you can cycle to your heart’s content. You don’t have to be a world-class cyclist to cycle across this Delta. The Mekong Delta is full of drama and you can ride your bike off the beaten tracks to see things other tourists will surely miss.
In Halong Bay, get up close and personal with so many other extreme sports fans. Forests filled with karsts and you can use your kayaks to get closer to the forests. You can as explore the coastline, kayaking hidden caves and World Heritage listed waters.
The largest mountain in Vietnam is Mount Fansipan. Though it is not as big as Mount Everest, it is still worth climbing. On this mountain you will find small communities who are very friendly and call this place home, you can decide to spend a night or two in one of their homes before proceeding with your journey up the mountain to reach the top.
Vietnam for extreme adventure, yes indeed.