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The Best Travel Packages for Adventure Seekers | Forbes

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If you want thrill-seeking without all of the itinerary-making, you’ve come to the right place. These travel packages will transport you to some of the most beautiful places on earth, including national parks and beach-side resorts, while also taking care of all the lodgings, food, and guides. That way, you can enjoy the scenery to its max. Just don’t forget to pack sunscreen.

Whistler Blackcomb’s Heli Skiing Experience – If “danger” really is your middle name, then heli skiing should be top of your bucket list.  With Whister Blackcomb’s elite adventure package, you’ll enjoy 6,000-10,000 vertical feet of skiing—four times—with the help of a professional guide. Then, you’ll enjoy lunch on the mountain before your après party, where your group will watch a video of all the day’s sick powder turns.

Buena Onda’s Ultimate Surf Package – Spend a week surfing in idyllic conditions off the coast of Nicaragua. With Buena Onda’s surf package, not only are all the meals and accommodations taken care of, including beach-side villas, but you’ll also get your own private instructor and a full-day of photos. Then, you’ll spend your off days exploring fishing villages or hot springs.

Presidente Intercontinental Cozumel’s PADI Dive Vacation – With water temperatures around 80 degrees and 35 meters of visibility, Mexico is a fantastic place to scuba dive, which is why PADI and the Presidente Intercontinental Cozumel have teamed up to offer this travel package. Footsteps away from Arrecifes de Cozumel Marine Park, home to turtles, sharks, dolphins, and toadfish, the hotel also hosts private white sand beaches, tennis courts, and 24-hour gym, giving you plenty to do when you aren’t under the sea.

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Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/spensermestel/2019/08/29/the-best-travel-packages-for-adventure-seekers/#718e8ac64622

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