Adrenaline junkies searching for their next death-defying destination are being told exactly where to head.
Staff at StressFreeCarRental.com have scoured the globe to find the best spots for thrill seekers looking for adventure.
Global adventure tourism is expected to grow to £2.257 billion by 2030, with tourists swapping their poolside "fly and flop" holidays for adrenaline-fuelled breaks.
From boarding down active volcanoes to swimming with ferocious crocodiles, those with an appetite for adrenaline should try these terrifying activities to get their hearts pumping.
Adventurers may be shocked to discover that Britain is filled with activities to get their pulses racing.
Velocity zip wire in Wales was one of two activities in the UK deemed as the best spots in the world for adrenaline junkies to tackle, along with wing walking in Kent.
A spokesperson for StressFreeCarRental.com said, "With adventure tourism on the rise, these are the perfect locations for adventure seekers to add to their bucket list.
"These terrifying spots will give thrill seekers the ultimate reason to brag to their friends and family, push them to their limits and leave them craving more.
"This is the perfect excuse for thrill seekers to travel to all corners of the world to tackle extreme sport and outdoor adventure, whether chasing tornadoes in the USA or running from bulls in Spain.
"Travellers who want to try something different and challenging this year should try their hand at unique trips where they can experience once-in-a-lifetime adrenaline rushes."
StressFreeCarRental.com's top 10 adrenaline-fuelling activities around the world are as follows:
- Zip World Velocity 2 zip wire, Snowdonia, Wales
- Storm Chasing in Tornado Alley, Oklahoma City, USA
- Cage of Death, Australia
- Pamplona bull run, Spain, Pamplona
- Skydiving over Mount Everest, Nepal
- Cycling Death Road, Bolivia
- Volcano Boarding, Nicaragua
- White Water Rafting, River Orchy, Scotland
- Base Jumping Angel Falls, Venezuela
- Wing Walking, Kent, England
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