Europe is one of the continents located in the Northern Hemisphere it is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the North, the Atlantic Ocean to it’s the West and the Mediterranean Sea to it’s the South. Europe is regarded as a home to different centers of excellence and research, therefore housing many students.

Students in Europe enjoy natural adventures like;

  • Sunrise in Bulgaria.
  • Hiking in Slovensky Raj National Park
  • Diving in the Orkney Islands
  • The High Tatras
  • Kayaking at The Pont du Gard
  • Glacier walk
  • Dog Sledding
  • Snowmobiling
  • Glacier walk in Norway
  • Hiking to Svartifoss in Iceland
  • Sunrise in Bulgaria

This is a place in Kayak featured mainly by the black sea in Bulgaria. Students do enjoy the sunrise reflections by the sea waters.

Here, students also do enjoy the paddling along the stunning beach; they do enter sea caves, tackle the waves and hunt hidden beaches to relax after all this.

  • Hiking in Slovensky Raj National Park

This is one of the parks in Europe located in Slovensky. It is characterized by thick but dense forest. It also has a waterfall that students find easier to climb due to ladders provided and metal dais steps fixed to the rock.

  • Diving in the Orkney Islands

Orkney Island dates back to world wars where Bloch ships were sunk to guard the British sailing. The students narrate that when diving through a shutter of long fields of seaweed, they discover outline of old gun towers and rooms that used to house people during the ancient times.

  • The high Tatras hiking

This is the most dangerous and most enjoyable place for hiking. Students have to access a hut by hauling themselves through a chain fastened into a rock. There is no path or any safety hitch so you have to abide your feet well to the chain for you to survive. The challenge is the most liked area by the students.

  • Kayaking at The Pont du Gard

This is the ancient Roman canal built around 60 AD. The students find Kayaking as one of the most preferred swimming places. It straddles Gardon River that eases swimming. Students/swimmers are provided with a buggy watertight water butt that facilitates swimming

  • Glacier walk

Europe accommodates around 300 glaciers located in Iceland. One of the common glaciers that students mostly prefer is the one at Skaftafell National Park. It takes students two hours to trek through crevasses and ice ridges. They are guided by an experienced tour guide and with the necessary equipment like crampons and ice axes.

  • Dog Sledding

This activity is mainly effective during the winter. They run the dogs through the white snow as they woof, bark and cry. When the dogs are left free, they hang on tight as they fly through the snow concentrated by the zigzagging paths. The students find this a better game in their life since they are bound to learn the most live behavior of dogs as they enjoy too.

  • Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling is riding through the snow at night at high speeds with nothing but a headlight lighting the way provides an adrenaline rush. Snowmobiling is located in Swedish Lapland. Sometimes when students visit here they don’t see the Northern lights and thus they opt to take a nightmare snowmobile ride. This acts as an option in case the Northern lights don’t show up.

  • Glacier walk in Norway

This activity is set at the Glacier Ski resort and is among the cherished travel memory. The drive occurs through the lush green countryside in the snow-covered caps and wet weather gear thus making the first steep hike up the mountain. On the top of the mountain, you are surrounded by nothing but ice and just vivid red way connecting you as a guide.

  • Hiking to Svartifoss in Iceland

This is located in Southern Iceland. Skaftafell National Park is home to the most attractive waterfall that most students like. It’s surrounded by columnar basalt that makes it worth a hike. The hike particularly covers 1.5 km. It’s very steep but with experience one can trail through with ease. The advantage to this, it provides an opportunity for students to stop and have a view of the scenery and view of the waterfall along it.

Author Bio: Martin Brown is a blogger and love to write articles on Travel, Health and Education. By profession, he is a science tutor in Singapore. He loves to travel to new places and food tasting and listening to music.