Bali is full of rich and diverse culture with stunning beaches, active volcanoes, friendly locals and lots of outdoor activities; perfect for those adrenaline junkies. Bali is one of the world’s top destinations for a reason. Located in southeast Asia, it has warm weather all year round! This is one of the best places for those with a love for all things blood pumping and adrenaline spiking!
For those who love to get a little crazy on the “high seas” of the Ayung river, nothing gets the blood pumping faster than a wet and wild river rafting. You can soak in the lush greenery of the countryside of Bongkasa Pertiwi while on the rushing rapids! Hang on tight and enjoy the ride!
The underwater world of Bali is filled with marine life and perfect for those who love to explore another world. The most famous spot is the sunken and spooky USS Liberty that fell to the dark depths of the sea during World war two. The shipwreck feels chilling and magnificent all at the same time with thousands of coral and underwater marine life such as ghost pipefish, seahorses and maybe even a few sharks – if you’re lucky!
Quad bikes or motorbikes
Feel like you’re in Mad Max with this fast and furious dirt biking across the famous black sand beach. The sand is black due to the volcano which adds a little intrigue to the activity knowing you’re zooming across volcanic ash. Quad bike tours are also available where you can traverse the jungle and see different villages and even may see a little lava from Mount Batur!
25 metre swing
This towering swing is definitely not for those with a fear of heights. Situated in Tegalalang, Ubud, the Alas Harum is one of the top most beautiful agricultural sites on the island. The swing is 25m above the stunning rice terraces. Other activities are available such as flying fox or riding the sky bike.
Bali has some pretty turbulent seas which makes it an adrenaline junkies dream come true as there are endless possibilities for fun and excitement at sea. These include experiences such as jet skis, parasailing, banana boat rides, surfing and fly fishing.
Hike Mount Batur
What’s more epic than climbing up 5,577 feet above sea level? Climbing up an active volcano! Mount Batur is a huge active volcano where you can hike to the lip of the steaming volcano crater. While the path is dangerous it is well marked but taking a tour guide is definitely advised. The best way to do it is the early 4am tour where you reach the top for a magnificent sunrise! The ground is so warm you can actually cook an egg on it and what is more epic than letting the earth’s core heat up your breakfast?
To get into the action check out Ubud villas to find your dream place to rest before and after all that crazy adrenaline filled fun!
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