If you are the type who loves learning, exploring, or heading out on an adventure, then you are probably always looking for the next activity to try. It’s likely that you have racked up experience doing several different things already, but this list might turn up a couple of activities that you have not yet tried, and that might catch your attention.
Marine and Wildlife Conservation
Many people who love getting out into nature and exploring are also animal lovers, so it is only natural that an activity like marine and wildlife conservation should appear on this list. One of the great things about doing this kind of volunteer work is that it can take you all over the world, which means you get to explore new places and do your bit for wildlife and the environment.
There are so many different types of conservation work that you can do abroad, including working with turtles in Costa Rica, Dolphin Conservation in Tenerife and Elephant Conservation in Sri Lanka. If you are a real animal lover, then you are sure to find something that will suit your next adventure and that you will find truly inspirational.
Don’t think that you need to go it alone, either. There are companies that have contacts in these areas that can help you to get onto a conservation programme. Many people choose to volunteer abroad with Frontier who help to arrange activities like these.
Explore Your Local Area
If you aren’t so keen on travelling abroad for your next adventure, then there is likely to be plenty to do near where you live already. A big part of being adventurous is about challenging yourself to do things you never thought you could do. In the UK, for example, there are plenty of ways you can do this.
One fantastic way to challenge yourself is to get your gear together and go out on a mini-expedition. The UK has plenty of great walks and hills that you can tackle. One of the most famous is probably walking or cycling from Lands End to John O’Groats. This 874-mile stretch takes around 10 to 14 days to complete on a bicycle. Walkers take a different route that covers 1,200 miles which can take 2-3 months to complete.
Learn a Music Instrument
For those who prefer being at inside a nice, cosy home, heading abroad or walking the length on the country might not be quite what you are looking for. One thing that may interest you though is learning to play a musical instrument or learning to sing.
If you feel inspired by music, then you may find it inspiring and motivating yourself to learn how to play an instrument. The great going about learning to play is that once you know the basics, you will be able to compose your own music and won’t have to play along with songs you already know. Being able to compose a piece of music that reflects your mood at a certain time or that reflects on a moment in your life is a truly inspiring and satisfying activity.