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8 Extreme Bucket List Activities You Haven’t Done Yet But Totally Should

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| May 8, 2018

8 Extreme Bucket List Activities

You Haven’t Done Yet

But Totally Should

By 8List

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At some point in our life, we’ve created a bucket list that we’ve always wanted to accomplish sooner, rather than later, in life. A bucket list may include some of the most trivial things such as eating the best ramen in the world, or even just collecting stamps from every city around the globe, but nevertheless still as valuable as any list.

Adding extreme activities in your bucket list not only makes it memorable, but will also help you conquer your lifelong fears. Want to take your bucket list to the next level? Why not include these intense but unforgettable activities in your list for an adventure of a lifetime.

Sandboarding in Dubai

Dubai is home to thousands of sand dunes, and one activity that you totally shouldn’t miss is sandboarding. Also known as sand surfing, sandboarding is an activity wherein you slide down a sand dune using a board wherein your feet are strapped. Take it up a notch by using a board with no bindings!


Heli-biking in New Zealand

Biking is one thing, but have you tried heli-biking? This activity takes mountain biking on another level by dropping off bikers at the top of the mountain using a helicopter. Thrill-seekers can breathe in Queenstown’s scenic views while going down the rigorous mountain ranges.


Underwater Walking in Maldives

Love the ocean but can’t swim? Then underwater walking is perfect for you! Marvel at exotic sea creatures while walking the clear ocean floor of Maldives. You might even find a dory kissing your see-through oxygen mask!


Shark Cage Diving in Cape Town

(Literally) face your fears when you go shark cage diving and come face to face with a Great White Shark in Cape Town, South Africa. Get up close and personal with one of ocean’s scariest sea creatures as they hunt for their next food.