1.) Queensland, australia Sand Dune-Sluedding, Morten Island Western Beach if you like a rush, try san-tobogganing. Grab a special waxed board and lie or sit (fowards or backwards) as you sleep ddown a massive dune. for the best ride on earth, head to Moreton Island's Mount Tempest, the world's highest coastal san pile, over 900 feet tall. Feeling extra brave? Try standing up and riding your edges like a surf or snowboard. It's a lot harder than it looks.
3.)Railay Peninsula, Thailand Cliff-Jumping, Phra Nang Beach For prime cliff-jumping, head to Phra Nang Beach in Thailand. Since it’s only accessible by a 20-minute boat ride from Ao Nang (the closest small resort town to the beach), tourists haven’t overtaken this long white sand strip just yet. Hike up either side of the limestone cliffs as high as you dare, and take the gut-wrenching plunge from one of the natural platforms into deep turquoise water. If you’re a climber, bring your gear — the tropical climate attracts some of the world’s best athletes who train year-round.
4.)Coromandel, New Zealand Dig Your Own Hot Spring, Hot Water Beach Skip the hotel whirlpool and dig your own Jacuzzi at Hot Water Beach in Whitianga and Mercury Bay on the east coast of New Zealand. A naturally heated river flows into the Pacific Ocean underneath this long strip of white sand bookended by cliffs. Pick up a shovel, start digging and watch as warm water bubbles up. You can dig a romantic bath for 2, or get the kids to help out for a larger pool. If you’re lucky, you can time it right with the tide and get front-row seats to one of New Zealand’s best sunsets.
5.)San Pedro Ambergris Caye, Belize Swim With Sharks and Tropical Fish, Shark Ray Alley Take snorkeling and diving to the next level at Shark Ray Alley in the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. Located about 4 miles south of San Pedro, Belize, this slice of ocean attracts harmless nurse sharks, rays, sea turtles, spotted dolphins and dozens of species of tropical fish. Boat tours take you out for less than what you’ll spend on dinner. Swim with the curious marine life and bring an underwater camera to capture it all.
6.)Dubrovnick, Croatia's Kayak the Dalmatian Coast, Zaton Bay Beach Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is pocked with inlet beaches and bays perfect for sea-kayaking. Head to Zaton Bay Beach, 6 miles north of Dubrovnik, where you can put in a kayak and cruise around, sheltered from the country’s infamous coastal gusts. Check out the bubbling underground springs, stone villas from the Renaissance, and cliffs and caves. Plus, a handful of private coves offer the perfect spot for a mid-paddle snorkel or a cliff-jumping break before turning around.
8.)Patagonia, ArgentinaRide Horseback, Piedras Coloradas Beach (Near Las Grutas Beach High tide secludes Piedras Coloradas Beach from Patagonia’s mainland so don’t be surprised you when you’re temporarily cut off. You can reach the strand on foot or by car via a gravel road, but if you want to find your inner cowboy, you really ought to go on horseback — trust us, you’ll be grateful for your mare’s sure footing as you cross the damp ocean floor. Grab a donated book from the small library in the adobe hut, or stroll around and watch fishermen catch octopus. Go in January or February when temperatures are hottest.