Ever wondered what the most expensive adventures you can experience are from around the world? Here are a number of things we would love to experience, if it wasn’t for their crazy price tags.
1. Extreme Skiing in Norway
Norway has some of the most beautiful terrain to ski on, and also some of the most expensive. On the island of Lofoten in Norway you can learn to ski from beginners up to advanced for $3000 a day for a 1 on 1 experience.
2. Everest Skydive
Want to skydive from the highest point at a dizzying height of 29,500ft? Well, you can for a hefty fee of US$35,000 over Mount Everest. Don’t worry, that price is only for tandem divers, if you can dive solo it will only come to a price of US$25,000!
3. Visit the South Pole
Ever wanted to go a South Pole Adventure? To know what it was like standing on the South Pole, sleep in an Arctic basecamp, and experience the 24-hour daylight of the Polar summer? Well you can, for on US$45,800 you can go on 6 night trip to the South Pole.
4. Trekking the Great Himalaya Trail in Nepal
Ever wanted to walk to full length of Nepal’s Great Himalya trail in one continuous trek? The 152 day trek will set you back US$24, 300 and is not one for the faint hearted. Along the 1700km trail you will encounter some of the world’s highest peaks and most remote environments imaginable. Price aside, would you be up for the challenge?
5. A Virgin Galatic to Space
Yep, that’s right. For a whopping US$200,000 you can take a trip to outer space! Richard Branson has been working on the worlds first commercial spaceline since 2004. So far 640 customers have signed up, waiting for the first space craft to be ready for flight.
6. $1.5 Million World Cruise
The 124-day sailing of the Silversea Silver Whisper will set guests back a just over US$1.5 million! You know you’ve made it when your trip begins with a helicopter pick up from your own home en route to a London Airport. Once on board, home for the next four months will be the ship’s more than 1,000-square-foot Royal Suite, with its two bedrooms, two marbled bathrooms, separate dining area and bar and two verandas.
What is the most expensive adventure you have ever heard of?
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