15 Scary Activities You Can Actually Try In Scotland
Water jet-packs? A human slingshot? Er, these activities want to kill you, basically.
Water jet-packs? A human slingshot? Er, these activities want to kill you, basically. Here are few scary activities you can do in Scotland.
1. River bugging in Aberfeldy
Waterway irritating basically includes diving over a progression of waterfalls in an inflatable rocker, and attempting as well as can be expected to make it to the finish of the stream without either overturning or suffocating. On the off chance that this amazingly rash (however grand) wear sounds like amusing to you, look at Splash White Water Rafting Scotland.
2. Flying a microlight in East Lothian
East of Scotland Microlights offers gift vouchers from £70, which includes being flown around far over the Firth of Forth in a modest microlight airship. You’ll take off over delightful beaches, or head towards Edinburgh on longer flights. It’s essentially the coolest conceivable approach to see the capital, if its all the same to you sitting in a flying hairdryer.
3. Aqualining at Calvine Canyon
Aqualining is fundamentally tightrope walking, however the rope isn’t especially tight, and you’re likewise anticipated that would traverse a waterway. Sounds entirely barmy to us, yet in the event that you need to try it out, stag and hen-do organization Pop The Fizz offer sessions at Calvine Canyon in Dunkeld. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.