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Adventure Blogs and Adventure Stories
These are all of our adventure blogs and adventure stories at A Brit and a Broad.
We are self-professed adrenaline junkies and we love nothing more than facing up to our fears. Honestly, when it comes to adventure activities there’s nothing we would do.
Our travels have taken us diving Cenote Angelita in Mexico, white water rafting in Puerto Varas and ziplining in Monteverde. Strap yourself in because we can’t wait to show you what adventure activities we’re up to next!
I really wanted a challenge to push myself to the limit, so I decided to give ice climbing in Iceland a go. Next stop Sólheimajökull glacier!
I couldn’t really imagine learning to ski in a place more beautiful than Zermatt. Here’s what I got up to in my first ever ski lesson (and there’s even a video for you!)
Igaliku and Nunataaq, with a population of 28 and 5 respectively, were two of the most isolated places we’ve ever travelled to. They were the most beautiful too.
Kayaking with icebergs in Greenland is amazing fun & so peaceful too. And what about swimming with icebergs? To find that out you’re going to have to read on!
Ice harvesting, shooting, sailing to the mouth of Narsarsuaq Glacier, watching Greenland’s hottest band Nanook play – No wonder we feel in love with Narsaq!
Uunartoq, which literally means “the warm place,” is home to Southern Greenland’s most beautiful natural hot springs, arguably the most beautiful in the world.
Qaqortoq in southern Greenland is home to the most beautiful hot springs in the world. Don’t believe us? Then come see for yourself!
If you’re visiting Nuuk in Greenland, the Hike & Dine with Touring Greenland is a must. Not only do you spend the day hiking, you catch your own dinner too!
Nuuk is without a doubt one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world, so come and see what we got up to while we discovered all Nuuk had to offer!
Exploring the underwater world of Dos Ojos, one of the most popular cenotes in the Yucatán Peninsula, is a must-do on any trip to Mexio.
I knew Cenote Angelita was a dive site like no other, truly a once in a life time experience, but I never expected it to be anything like this.
If you thought ziplining was adrenaline pumping normally, then doing it upside down is the next level. This is something I never thought I’d do.
There aren’t many places where you can hike to the top of an active volcano, but at Volcano Villarrica you can, and it really is one of the best hikes in the world.
Puerto Varas has become bit of a paradise for water lovers, and with fast-flowing rivers it offers some of the best white-water rafting in the world.
Most visitor’s main objective when visiting Bagan in Myanmar is to find the perfect sunset watching spot and there are certainly a lot of them to be found.
Ziplining in Monteverde is basically a rite of passage for any visitor in Costa Rica, and not even my fear of heights was going to get in my way from doing it.
Day two of hiking with Queztaltrekkers saw us hiking to the top of Volcan El Hoyo before swimming in the crater lake of Laguna Asososca. Another unreal day.