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  • 1. Adventure travel is a type of tourism, involving exploration or travel to remote, exotic and possibly hostile areas. Adventure tourism is rapidly growing in popularity, as tourists seek different kinds of vacations. According to the U.S. based Adventure Travel Trade Association, adventure travel may be any tourist activity, including two of the following three components: a physical activity, a cultural exchange or interaction and engagement with nature. Adventure tourism gains much of its excitement by allowing its participants to step outside of their comfort zone. This may be from experiencing culture shock or through the performance of acts, that require significant effort and involve some degree of risk (real or perceived) and/or physical danger (See extreme sports). This may include activities such as mountaineering, trekking, bungee jumping, mountain biking, rafting, zip-lining, paragliding, and Rock climbing.
  • 2. ECOTOURISM Rainforest treks are a popular form of eco tourism,Generally considered to fall under the category of soft adventure tourism.Eco tourism is a form of travel whereby the adventurer explores undeveloped natural and culturally sensitive area with a desire to experieance it while leaving it intact and unchanged.Eco tourism is done with minimum equipment and accomodated relying on an ecologically and culture sensitive approch for procuring food and shelter,such as forgoing established resorts and restaurant in favour of locally owned and sourced alternatives.Although eco tourism is more of a travel philosphy than a destination for ecotourism include the amazon rainforest,arctic polar bear viewing,the costarican rainforest and barrier rects.
  • 3.  Accessible tourism straddles the line between hard and soft adventure tourism,providing excursions for the moblity challenged that can take the form of cultural exploration and extreme activities such as bungee jumping or water rafting.Accesible tourism is a growing industry that seeks to provide individual with barrier to mobility a personally rewarding adrenline inducing adventure experience that might otherwise be out of reach.Several companies dedicated to accessible tourism have recently opened providing those with disabilities a fully personalized adventure tourism package with specilized equipment and training.
  • 4.  Thrill tourism is the best known type of hard adventure tourism.  Bungee jumping,mountaineering,parasailing,base jumping,rock climbimg all are popular forms of thrill tourism but anything that incites an adrending rush and a sense of danger applies.  This type of adventure tourism is generally done through an established company that provide appropriate safety and training,since most thrill tourism activities are extremely risky.
  • 5.  Ethno tourism is a form of soft tourism that brings participants into contact with culture and diverse people around the globe.  It involves long treks into undevloped areas.Ethno tourism does involve a certain amount of risk,but reputed ethno tourism companies take these considertation into account to ameliorate risk factors,such as exposure to disease social or poltical upheaval,food safety issues and physical demand.
  • 6.  Mountaineering  Trekking  Bungee jumping  Rafting  Rock climbing  Rappling  Paragliding
  • 7.  Boots - well broken in and        waterproofed Personal first-aid kit including medication for common ailments Flashlight with extra batteries Sunglasses or snow goggles Water bottle, preferably wide mouthed, with at least one liter capacity Pocket knife Note book with pens and pencils Plastic bags - small size for books, film etc., larger bags for clothes, sleeping bags
  • 8.  Mountaineering or mountain climbing is the sport,hobby or profession of hiking,skiing and climbing mountains.while mountaneering began as attempts to reach the highest point of unclimbed big mountains.It has branched into specilization that address different aspect of the mountain and consists of three areas:rock craft,snow craft and sping,depending on wheather the route chosen is over rock,snow or ice,all require experience,athletic ability,and technical knowledge to maintain safety.
  • 9.  1. Mount Everest  2. K2, 3. Mount Kailash,  4. Mount Kinabalu,  5. Mount Huang  Nepal China, Pakistan Tibet Borneo China
  • 10.  Trekking is an activity in which people take multi-day hiking trips through rural, often rugged territory. Many people who are trekkers engage in longer trips through entire regions of the world, using trekking as a way of getting from place to place.  It also can be incorporated with other outdoor sports, such as rock climbing or backpacking.
  • 11.  GR 20  Inca Trail  Pays Dogon  Everest Base Camp  Indian Himalayas France Peru Mali Nepal India
  • 12.  Victoria Falls Bridge  Bloukrans Bridge  Graskop Gorge  Royal Gorge Suspension Bridge  The Corinth Canal Zambia South Africa South Africa USA Greece
  • 13. Rafting or white water rafting is a challenging recreational outdoor activity using an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water. This is usually done on white water or different degrees of rough water, in order to thrill and excite the raft passengers. The development of this activity as a leisure sport has become popular since the mid-1970s. It is considered an extreme sport, as it can be dangerous
  • 14.  Alsek and Tatshenshini Rivers  Magpie River  Middle Fork, Salmon River  Río Upano  Futaleufú River Alaska/Canada Canada Idaho Ecuador Chile
  • 15. Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a pre-defined route without falling. Rock climbing competitions have objectives of completing the route in the quickest possible time or the farthest along an increasingly difficult route. Rock climbing is similar to scrambling (another activity involving the scaling of hills and similar formations), but climbing is generally differentiated by its sustained use of hands to support the climber's weight as well as to provide balance.
  • 16.  Mount Roraima     Venezuela Grampians National Park Australia Canyon de Chelly National Monument USA Cordillera del Paine Chile Meteora Greece
  • 17.  Manaslu  Pokhara  Petchaburi  Solang Nala  Bali Nepal Nepal Thailand Manali, India Indonesia
  • 18.  Rappelling is the controlled descent down a rock face using a rope, climbers use this technique when a cliff or slope is too steep and/or dangerous to descend without protection.  Rope access technicians also use this as a method to access difficult to reach areas at height for various industrial applications like maintenance, construction, inspection and welding.
  • 19.  Northeastern USA  Japan  Tajikistan  Porto  Lesotho Portugal