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Bucket List Adventures You Just Can’t Miss

There’s something about Spring that invigorates-it makes you want to peel off the layers, do a few warm-up lunges and get out there for an adventure! So, with that in mind, we’ve been out unlocking our favourite new global adventures: consider them for a wacky incentive itinerary, stand out competition destination, or perhaps your next holiday escape…

Helicopter over an Active Volcano in Hawaii

Feel the radiating heat from an active volcano as you soar over the volcanic landscape of Hawaii on a helicopter ride of your life, with our friends over at Blue Hawaiian Helicopters! Peer into the depths of the craters, take in the spill of the lava and swoop over lush green vegetation and tropical waterfalls. Cool off afterwards with Rainbow Shave Ice, Obama style. The Shave Ice at Waiola Shave Ice comes highly recommended.

Fatbiking Alaska

The great open road, breath-taking scenery and quite cool to boot, what’s not to love about Fatbiking….in Alaska? It’s taking the country by storm so why not see what all the fuss is about and follow the trail from Glen Alps: it will feel like you’re pedalling through a Snowglobe! You can rent a bike from Trek for between $40 and $80.  Happy pedals! (Photo courtesy of Matt Hage at Hage Photo, Anchorage, Alaska)

Cosy up to a Sloth in Costa Rica

Did you know it takes up to 30 days for a Sloth to digest just one leaf? Find out more about the cuddliest animals in the happiest place on the planet: Costa Rica. Visit the Sloth Sanctuary on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast and get up close and personal with rescued sloths. A behind the scenes tour will see you visiting incubator sloth babies and the “Slothpital”, where injured sloths recover.

Wreck Diving in Coron, The Philippines

According to Dive Magazine, Coron Bay in the Philippines offers the best wreck diving in Southeast Asia. The wrecks (a Japanese warship amongst them) are mostly intact and have some amazing artefacts for you to discover, from deckhouses to lookout perches, and portholes which allow you glimpses of the original cabins: all this plus the added bonus of some amazing sea life.