If you are young, brave, sportive and waiting to do something exciting in life, then here is the end to your wait. Here are the most dangerous sports of the world which you must try to combat your fear. And once you try them, you'll feel the change in yourself.
It will give you a sense of achievement, build your confidence, relax your mind and you'll get an experience for a lifetime.
Just don't think too much, pack your bags and go.
It might seem very easy for the people who haven't tried the sport yet because they often compare it with childhood or teenage bike riding. But, let me tell you there is a vast difference, as the bikes used for downhill mountain biking are completely different, they have a front and rear suspension with 8-inches of travel, the brakes are completely different and the path is extremely steep, with very sharp turns. So, make sure that when you try this sport you have learnt the appropriate skills required.
Wave surfing is one of the most dangerous sports in the world because you challenge the big waves against harsh weather conditions, and the game can change any moment. This sport has taken many lives in past decades. And few of the popular spots for wave surfing are Tavarua (Fiji), Sunset Beach, Arica (Chile), Todos Santos (Mexico), Teahupoo (Tahiti).
If you love underwater marine life, then this is something you experience once in your lifetime. Those of you who don't know what 'Shark Alley' is, then let me tell you, it is the strip of sea between Dyer Island and Geyser Rock, as the region has a lot of seals it acts as a constant food source to the sharks.
If you are someone who has Acrophobia, then this will definitely help you overcome this fear. According to Wikipedia, "Hang gliding is an air sport in which a pilot flies a light, non-motorized foot-launched heavier-than-air aircraft called a hang glider. The pilot is in a harness suspended from the airframe and controls the aircraft by shifting body weight in opposition to a control frame."
It is an 8-day festival celebrated across the villages of Spain, Mexico, Portugal and in some cities of France. This sport was started in the 14th century, and according to Spanish tradition, the youth showed their bravery by running in front of the bulls. This sport is still practised, and if at all you are planning to participate, make sure you are good at running.
El Caminito del Rey is the most dangerous walkway in the world. The walkway is 111-year-old and is very risky. The El Caminito del Rey trekking is basically, walking through the entire 3-kilometre walkway and there are many crazy people trying out the sport.
As the name suggests this is not normal cave exploration, but one has to go deep under the water and visit the cave. It is mainly considered as a technical type of diving and has a beautiful scenic beauty.