Articles. Sport and adventure tourism
"Movement is life" is a quote from a very wise person. This phrase could be the motto of sports tourism, which favors the active and adrenaline junkies of the world. Imagine unity with nature, amazing mountain or desert or ocean views as you challenge the elements and most importantly, yourself. Sports and adventure tourism is an extremely versatile vacation that can be designed to incorporate things to get you moving. Rafting, diving, descents into caves or flying over canyons in gliders are just a few ideas. Some vacation packages offer fitness trainers, lessons or agendas for more advanced thrill seekers.
Guassa Community Conservation Area is one of Ethiopia’s significant remaining examples of a high altitude Afroalpine ecosystem, and it has been the focus of a community-based natural resource management system known as “quero” for at least 400 years. This natural management system makes it one of the oldest known conservation areas in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Alps are traditionally regarded as a winter ski resort, and many people tend to believe that once the highest resorts like Val Thorens or Val d’Isere close down there’s simply nothing to do in the region until next winter.