1. Volcanoes of Kamchatka in Eastern Russia: in the Russia far east there is a strip of 160 volcanoes and 20 are still active.
2. Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and Zambia: on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe there is 350-foot waterfall. Where tourist can hang over the edge or go bungee jumping.
3. Haiku starts in Hawaii, US: the Haiku stairs is a steep hiking trail in the island of Oahu also known as The Stairway To Heaven…
The stairs reach an elevation of 2,800 feet. It is closed to public because of the safety concerns but that does not keep the people away.
4. Cave of Swallows in Sain Luis Potosi, Mexico located in Central Mexico. The Cave Of Swallows is basically 1092-foot a hole in the ground. It is a major draw for base jumpers.
5. Apostle Island sea caves Wisconsin, US: on the shorelines of Lake Superior’s Apostle Island there are incredibly narrow sea caves. They are a popular destination mainly for adventurous kayakers but water surges are common and the caves freeze up around you during the winter.
6. Trolltunga Hordaland, Norway: translation of Trolltunga means “Troll’s Tongue”. It is a piece of rock hanging from a mountain 2,000 feet in the air. Tourist visit this site and dangle over the edge.