Top 5 Hottest Sport Destinations
Thirsty for adventure and risk? Sick and tired of the classical ‘sun and beach’ holiday? Here we suggest 5 amazing adventure travel destinations to make the greatest couch potato become the craziest sports fanatic:
1. Sydney, Australia
Australia’s rich flora and fauna make Sydney one of the world’s great places to spend sports holidays. The success of the Olympic Games of 2000 made it even more attractive. Sydney offers a wide variety of all sorts of water sports and outdoor activities including skiing, snorkelling, scuba diving, canoeing, kayaking, surfing, water rafting, hiking and horse riding. If you enjoy tennis, January could be the perfect time for you for a little trip to Sydney, as each January Sydney hosts the Apia International Sydney tournament, an ATP World Tour tennis tournament.
2. New Zealand
The land of hobbits and orcs is a lot more than a beautiful setting for films. From extreme sports like bungee jumping or zorbing –yes, zorbing- to more conventional activities like trekking and skiing across breathtaking landscapes, New Zealand offers its outdoor tourists a whole pack of sports choices. Did you New Zealanders commercialise bungee jumping? Ready to join them and experience the adrenaline rush?
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Malaysia is worldwide known for hosting numerous international sports events such as Formula 1, golf, power boat racing, cycling, and motorcycling. Climbers will be enticed into surmounting Mt. Kinabalu summit and trekking the jungle in Sabah.
4. South Korea
Asia’s Leading Sports Tourism Destination, South Korea offers a hot climate, an extensive coastline, and countless national parks. Fans of judo and Taekwondo will feel at home at the birthplace of traditional martial arts. South Korea also offers global sports like baseball, football and golf. Best of both worlds, right?
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This low-lying country on the Baltic Sea is a nature’s gem. The amazing thing about Estonia is that nearly 50 percent of its territory is forested, with nature-filled hiking trails, marshes, lakes and rivers. It is easily reached by ferry from Finland, which encourages thousands of visitors coming from this part of Europe to enjoy Estonia’s long summer nights and its many national parks and free state-run campsites.