Week 16: Ziplining

Week 16: Scary and cool travel stories

Not scary, more like thrilling and cool! One day I’d like to write about 100 Travel experiences one should do in their lifetime. In my book, I would certainly include a ziplining tour. It does not matter where; it could be in Catalina island, Denali National Park, Zion Canyon. How badass is it to do an aerial tour over a canyon?

My first time I did ziplining was last year in Costa Rica. I was a little scared. I thought to myself, “what did I sign up myself for?” Sure I wrote the itinerary way back when. Sure this is one of the things to do in Costa Rica. You are flying above the trees. Nothing is below you except that landing pad on the other side of the zipline.


My husband flies free


Oh dear if there was no landing pad it’s straight down to the forest floor.

Whatever my initials fears were up to the tour, wiped away after my first launch. In the air I thought, “I can’t believe I am doing this.” I wished I zipped slower to take in the views. Such a unique experience!


Have you gone ziplining? If so, where?

Read more posts from the Travel Blogging Challenge:

Week 1: Your Favorite Travel Photo of You and Intro
Week 2: Little Known Travel Tips
Week 3: Funny Travel Story
Week 4: Travel Misadventures
Week 5: Top three cultural foods
Week 6: Unusual Travel Activities and Photos
Week 7: Inspiration for traveling
Week 8: 5 Favorite Blogs
Week 9: Gross/disgusting travel stories
Week 10: Best adventures while traveling
Week 11: What’s in my backpack?
Week 12: Happy and Sad Travel Stories
Week 13: Unique Cultures Encountered 

Week 14: Top 3 Travel Destinations d
Week 15: Travel Regrets

Who else is doing the challenge?

Interested in participating in the Weekly Travel Blogging Challenge? Feel free to make your own today!

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