Indonesia, A Paradise For Extreme Sports Lovers
|Posted by Anom Wijaya on Fri Apr 15, 2016|
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Right now you'd be familiar with the term parkour, downhill, or skydiving. Although it has never been tried, at least those sports must have been familiar in the ears. All three types of extreme sports including being loved in Indonesia.
Peep the development of extreme sports in Indonesia, seemingly death-defying sports lovers oriented to Europe and the United States. Extreme sports mentioned above are already popular there. Only later expanded to other countries, including Indonesia.
Extreme sport itself was also not new in Indonesia. Although the new echo sounded tight in recent years, paragliding, hang gliding, rafting, rock climbing, scuba diving, and white water rafting is long enough known in Indonesia.
Following the development of extreme sports in Indonesia is growing rapidly, various attractions homeland began offering facilities for sport testers guts. Ranging from as simple as a flying fox to requiring extensive fields such as paragliding and scuba diving.
In the end, the tourist spots is more pronounced because of extreme sports than the beauty of the panorama. Call it the Raja Ampat, Bunaken, Komodo Island and renowned as one of the best diving spots in Asia.
Bali, one of the islands of the archipelago and even pride has long been known as a haven of extreme sports. In addition to surfing in the waves rolling up the beach, canyoning, fly boarding, kite surfing, rafting, and rock climbing also become a favorite activity of the foreign tourists.
Peak area were once only popular for tracking activity, has now also become a tourist destination for downhill, rock climbing, or paragliding. Cable car with simple equipment in Timang Beach, Yogyakarta also remains the most sought after tourist activity.
The safety factor is certainly a major concern for the managers of the resorts that offer extreme sports facilities. Adequate equipment and professional supervision are the two factors that must be met. Because running the danger was still challenging activities should take into account safety.
Last changed: Wed Apr 27, 2016 at 9:24 am