Longest Zipline in the World: The Monster in Puerto Rico
Recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest zip wire in the world running over 2,205 meters (7,234 ft.) and towers 1,200 feet from the ground. It can be found at Toroverde Adventure Park in Puerto Rico
Highest Bungee Jump Tower: Macau Tower in China
At 233 meters (764 ft.), the Macau Tower in China is where you can experience the highest commercial bungee jump in the world. You can even try to break Alan John Hackett’s 2007 Guinness record of the world’s highest commercial bungee jump!
Most Dangerous Hike: Mt. Huashan in China
Over 2000 meters high, you can hike Mt. Huashan, dubbed as the world’s deadliest. You’ll be walking across wooden planks 5,000 ft. in the air through the mountain’s five peaks. If narrow wooden planks as your trails is not your cup of tea, you can try other cliff walks here.
Longest Ski Run: The Vallee Blanche in Chamonix, France
Stretching 14 miles and 2,738 meters of vertical drop, the Vallee Blanche can be dangerous terrain for beginners as it sometimes has avalanches and crevasses. But the best part? The snow goes on and on and it’s got the best view of the French Alps!
Dive with Sharks: Gansbaai, South AfricaWhere else to go shark diving than in the Great White Shark Capital of the World? With a dive site nicknamed “Shark Alley”, Gansbaii will give you the best shark diving experience (hint: some great white sharks you see in movies and tv were filmed there).