Scuba Diving In The Philipines
Coron Bay in Palawan provides tourists with the unique opportunity to explore the colorful reefs and crystal blue water. What you’ll really want to check out, however, is the well-preserved shipwreck lying beneath the surface of the Coron Bay.
One of the island’s biggest attractions for tourists and locals alike is the underwater wreckage of the Okikawa Maru, a 560-foot Japanese fleet that sunk after a U.S. bombing during World War II.
Waterfall Jungle Trek in Laos
If you wander out of the city of Luang Prabang, and into the jungle, you’ll come across a small town called Nong Khiaw. If you’re into hiking, you’ll definitely have an awesome time trekking along the Nam Ou River, walking through the local rice fields, climbing the forest-covered mountains, and exploring the 65-foot waterfalls.
Make sure you bring a sturdy pair of shoes and be prepared for slippery rocks!
Rock Climbing In Thailand
If rock-climbing is your thrill of choice, Railay Beach in Krabi, Thailand is the place for you. The Karst Clipps provide climbers with the perfect setting for deep water soloing, one of the most exhilarating parts of the sport.
With no ropes, no cables, and no harnesses, climbers bravely take on the rock faces knowing their climb will most likely end with a fall into the water. Luckily, these cliffs terrain for all skill levels, so whether your an expert or novice climber, the cliffs of Thailand will have something for you!
Mountain Biking On A Volcano In Indonesia
On Mount Bromo in East Java, thrill-seekers and adventure-enthusiasts can hike or drive up an active volcano. If you’re really looking to push the limits, you can make your way right up to the crater’s rim and mountain bike to the bottom, feeling the volcano’s roar, and intense heat the whole way down.