Spend The Night On A Cliff or At The Bottom Of The Sea

More Americans — and, in these cases, especially daring ones — are relying on seasonal camping to get their thrills. True, family camping is a great option for Americans looking for a relatively inexpensive vacation, but it can be a breathtaking adventure as well. How are some daredevils taking camping to the next level?

Under The Sea

For ages, Americans have been fascinated about what lies in the depths of the sea — and now you can find out in person (and even spend the night and early morning doing it, too!). Guam campers literally sank their tents by cutting slits in the fabric and anchoring it to the bottom of the sea. Using scuba gear, they were able to set up camp hundreds of feet below the surface.

Are You Afraid Of Heights?

Some daredevils are literally taking camping to new heights — or, more specifically, camping out of the tops of mountains, peaks, and cliffs. “For years climbers have been using portaledges, a contraption made with an aluminum frame that is held up on the side of a cliff using pegs and carabiners,” The Weather Channel reports. One climber encourages others who want to try it, saying that — in most cases — you cannot even see the edge or cliff face while you are sleeping.

Can You Camp In The Rainforest? 

You sure can. That is, if you’re willing to possibly brave malaria! The Weather Channel describes some of the challenges of tent camping in the Amazon Rainforest: “Camping in the rainforest comes with its own unique set of challenges, including a wet, hot climate, hordes of insects, and the threat of diseases like malaria.” If you are heading out to the rainforest to camp, bring some anti-malaria pills to stave off illness and biodegradable soaps to avoid littering.

Forty-three million Americans camped last year. Go camping — and explore your inner daredevil — at the same time with these extreme types of seasonal camping.

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