10 ACTIVITIES THAT YOUR MOM WOULD NOT APPROVE
Hey Mom, tomorrow I will go skydiving in Diani. I love you 😘. I believe above is her immediate reation. This sentence alone is enough to raise blood pressure levels, stress levels and may even trigger a minor panic attack. Don’t you love moms? You are likely to find keys to your car or the door, mysteriously missing. We love our moms and we love adrenaline too. Here are some activities that should be kept secret from mom, especially if she is faint hearted.
- Sky diving in Diani
At approximately 200km/h you will be plunging towards earth. Picture that. Pure adrenaline! At 5000 feet above sea level,your parachute will be deployed and you will be enjoy a descending aerial view of the coastline. Wow!
2. Bungee Jumping in Sagana
A cord! Tied to your waist, is the only thing holding you from meeting the ground face first. Could be fatal, but you live on the wild side right? Enjoy a free fall from a 60m tall structure in Sagana Kenya or even a higher height at Victoria falls. Shh! Don’t tell mom. She may fall instead.
3.Grand Rafting the Nile
Are you ready for an extreme test? Raft your way through the rapids. Try your hand at river surfing on a standing wave. Experience the Nile from a whole different angle. This is sheer liquid fun.
4. Fly Boarding in Mombasa
Ever thought of defying gravity? Probably fly like a superhero. Here is your chance. We must warn you though. Chances of getting addicted to fly-boarding are high. This is the latest extreme adrenaline-fuelled water based activity sweeping across the globe. With a pair of water-powered jet pack boots on, you are propelled up to 20 feet in the air. Feel the rush and the surge of power from the hundreds of litres of water accelerating you up to the sky. If you are a junkie like me, am sure you want to try this like yesterday.
5. Abseiling at the Orlando towers.
Abseiling. Heard of it? It is the activity of descending a rock face or other near-vertical surface by using a doubled rope coiled round the body and fixed at a higher point. If you are in South Africa the Orlando Towers is famous and perfect for that. In Kenya Ngare Ndare got you.
6. Kayaking at Sagana.
Kayaking is a versatile sport that can be done in practically any body of water and is easily pared with other activities, like camping or fishing. Different kayaks are designed to handle specific conditions. your condition is rough and dangerous and scary too. You can experience this ant Rapids Camp in Sagana, Kenya.
7. Shark tank.
Have you ever just wanted to be up-close and personal with a shark? I do not mean the investor but the the blood thirsty sharp teethed fish. There are countless places to swim with sharks, but one of the best is in Cape Town. You can now dance with the devil.
8.Life is a roller coaster.
This roller coaster is sure to make your heart pound like crazy because you’re never going to experience an adrenaline rush this phenomenal over any other roller coasters. As they say, what goes up must come down. You hope! Somebody bring this to Kenya already.
9. Climbing Mount Kenya.
Whether you are a proficient traditional climber or an amateur. Climbing the highest Mountain in Kenya is pretty exciting. Sure not too dangerous but worth a shot of adrenaline. Mommy would definitely approve this, or not!
10. Canyon at the Rift Valley.
Canyoning is often, “associated with technical descents — those that require abseils (rappels) and ropework, technical climbing or down-climbing, technical jumps, and/or technical swims. Canyoning is frequently done in remote and rugged settings and often requires navigational, route-finding and other wilderness travel skills. Ngare Ndare Forest where Rift Valley Adventures has its headquarters has one of the best canyon and climbing sites Kenya has to offer.
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