As holiday destinations grow more popular, their attractiveness has also waned over the years. With over-crowding at vacation hot-spots, with far too many tour-groups on the loose, most folks look for a holiday away from the regular holidays.
Physical Health Benefits: Physicians today know that people need more exercise, more time in the outdoors, and simply more contact with nature. Numerous studies have shown how important this is in preventing and even treating a wide range of brain, heart, skin, digestive and muscle disorders. For example: hiking helps stave off memory loss, similarly a good boost in dopamine and other excitement chemicals in the brain, brought on by an adventure sport such as a kite surfing holiday in Madagascar, paragliding, bungee jumping etc. Can do a world of good for anyone.
Emotional and social well-being: Adventure vacations are not only meant to bring out a new physical you, it’s also known to impart a great deal of confidence and self-affirmation that most people seek. Adventure holidays also reinvigorate your mind and help condition your mind to being able to cope with and even enjoy the challenges in life.
Create memories: Once in a lifetime events are rare in everyone’s lives, so having something exciting to look back on and to show pictures of an adventurous you to your future grand-kids is definitely something to go on your bucket list.