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Choose Your Adventure!

Listings tagged: USA

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Snowmobile and dogsled tours of the Alaskan wilderness, with Iditarod champion Jerry Austin.
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Climb high in the Adirondacks on a cliff of ice. They offer some intro training if it’s your first time.
Too many expeditions to list, with mountain-climbing summits around the world.
Visit abandoned towns all through the American west. Take a step back into history.
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This is the way to see the full majesty of the Grand Canyon. It’s a bit of an extreme tour, so be prepared for some hiking and high altitudes.
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The oldest bungee location in the USA, in California. Take a 2-hour hike to the ‘bridge to nowhere’, for a 10-storey jump.
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See the wonder of the Grand Canyon from the back of a horse or even a mule. You can tour Zion national park and Brice canyon, as well.
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Not all ziplines are through the forest. This location sends you sailing over the Royal Gorge in Colorado for some rockier scenery.
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Head to Arkansas for this paranormal hotpsot, and spend some time in the dining room. That’s where the most sightings happen.
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Whether you go boating for a couple hours or a full day, you won’t forget your trip down this Alaskan river.
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See the Las Vegas desert from the sky in a personal biplane ride or float silently in a custom designed glider.
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A Florida theme park dedicated to providing you with all sorts of sea creature experiences. Swim with dolphins, watch fish and manta rays or take a boat ride.
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Experience the thrill of being in a shark cage, with diving opportunities off the coast of San Diego. See a Great White Shark up close and personal.
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Head out to sea for sailfish, mahi-mahi or tuna down off the coast of Florida and parts of the Caribbean. All the biggest game fish are waiting.
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Visit a real working guest ranch in New Mexico, and take part in the regular day-to-day activities with the cattle and horses.
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You’ll need proper certification for these dives. This area includes Peacock Springs, the largest underwater cave system in the USA.
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Depending on the time of year, you can hope to catch tuna, barracuda or even a shark on one of these fishing charter trips into the Gulf of Mexico.
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Swim with dolphins or manatees, or even take a gator tour while you’re there.
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An authentic horseback riding vacation of a lifetime on a real Montana working cattle ranch. Learn about every aspect of operating and living on a 22,000 acre cattle ranch.
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Florida offers many haunted locations, and these ghost tours will help you find the scariest spots in Key West.
Browse through some great American ghost town photos. There are maps to help guide you on your visits as well.
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There are 7 major wrecks in the Alger Underwater Preserve, in Lake Superior. Dive them all, or take a glass-bottomed boat tour.
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Enjoy the winter wonderland of Vermont from the back of a dogsled.
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Zip through forest canopies, open fields, rivers and more. They have the best lines in Ohio.
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In the heart of New Orleans, the Hotel Provincial has had its share of ghostly tales told by the guests.
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Iditerod musher offers dog sled tours in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Choose a half-day or full-day trip.
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A strenuous spelunking tour through Jewel Cave, South Dakota. They supply the hardhat, you supply the courage to trek through the second longest cave in the world.
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You can’t get more peaceful than underwater. This one-of-a-kind hotel offers a single 2-bedroom suite with many amenities.
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Described as a “luxury cliff dwelling”, and it’s only for those in reasonable physical condition, because there is a long and somewhat rough hike to the location.
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There’s more to Hawaii island than sunny beaches. Kula Kai cavern tours have something for the braver-at-heart. You’ll need to reserve ahead for one of the tours.
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Genuine western hospitality far from the tension of city life. Visit during the summer rodeo season or for the annual cattle drive to bring out the cowboy in you!
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Follow the historic trip of Lewis and Clark up the Missouri River. Take just a day trip, or a full wilderness expedition.
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A wild cave in Texas where you can take a short but physically-demanding spelunking tour. Prepare to get dirty.
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A whole range of cave tours, with enough variation to challenge even an experienced caver.
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Ice climbing and glacier tours, just 2 hours from Anchorage, Alaska. No experience necessary, and there are even treks suitable for families.
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See some amazing views of Hawaiian landscape, including craters and volcanoes.
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Several different dives available, including one to the volcanic crater of Molokini, a Hawaiian marine reserve.
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After an aerotow to a suitable altitude, your pilot will release the line from the towplane. You will soar effortlessly, free from engine noise. Join this Boulder, Colorada tour company.
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The full effect of aviation greats like the fighters of World War II can only be appreciated when seen from the cockpit. Take a flight you won’t soon forget.
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Climb the remarkable sandstone towers of the Moab Desert, in the USA. A climbing experience like no other.
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One of the more infamous mountains in the USA. You don’t need a tour operator for this one, just a climbing permit and off you go.
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Another southern USA location in Louisiana, the home of a 200-year old plantation mansion. They claim to be one of the most haunted places in America.
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Is any city more steeped in history and the paranormal? You’ll find plenty of spooky spots to visit in New Orleans.
Organizing group bungee jumping all over the US midwest. Even the extreme version of heli-jumping (yes, that’s a bungee jump from a helicopter).
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Through the beautiful inland regions of Maui, this is the way you want to explore Hawaii. From 200 feet up, you can see the landscape of Maui as well as a unique view of the ocean.
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Wreck and reef diving off the coast of Miami, Florida. A couple dozen wreck sites to choose from, as well as a number of coral reefs.
Have a one-of-a-kind experience and learn how to rope a horse, ride a bull or even how to be a rodeo clown.
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Learn the techniques of waterfall ice climbing near Mammoth Lake in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
There are way too many skydiving drop-zones in the USA to list, so here is one nation-wide outfit that can help you arrange your sky dive all across the USA.
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Plan for your own orbital space flight or even book a spot for a private venture to the moon.
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An organization that is working towards space settlement, research and tourism opportunities.
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A mix of mountain and glacier climbing tours, in snowy Alaska. Most of these trips are more than a week long.
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Swim with dolphins in their natural Hawaiian habitat. Or if you want something more exotic, take a night-time snorkeling tour with manta rays.
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Near where the story Sleepy Hollow was set, this hotel offers luxury accommodations and potential scares in New York state.
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The historic gold rush in California has certainly left some spirits in its wake, and the National Hotel is home to a few of them.
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This is a boat as well as a hotel, so it’s a fun place to stay in any case. They offer a scary ghost tour but its better to see the ship on your own for more authentic experiences.
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Famous for its role in the Stephen King book “The Shining”, the real-life hotel is up in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and is known to be genuinely haunted.
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Various kayaking tours around Alaska, and LeConte Glacier Bay. See some amazing and unspoiled wilderness up north.
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Many white water trips to choose from, around Arkansas and Colorado. Take a wild ride down the most popular rafting rivers in the country.
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Enjoy California wine country in a hot air balloon. Peaceful, serene and miles of green expanses.
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Long or short dogsled trips in Maryland. You can even spend some time touring the kennels and getting to know the huskies.