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5 Amazing Wild & Extreme Leisure Sports to do in Nigeria

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Extreme leisure sports have become incredibly popular over the years. In brief, extreme sports are actions or sporting activities that involve a high level of risk and keep the adrenaline pumping. People specifically partake in extreme sports just for the thrill. For some people, it is just for the fun, for others, it is about testing the limit.

As extremely dangerous as it is, extreme sports have certain benefits such as fear management skills and focus building.

Consequently, the wow effect that accompanies extreme sports makes them unique and popular demand in Nigeria. Hence this article. Here are five extreme sports activities you can engage in, in Nigeria.

1. Sky Diving

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Sky diving is one of the most awesome extreme sport to take part in. In fact, lovers of height should consider sky diving. Sky diving is the sport of jumping off an aircraft and doing mid-air tricks before deploying a parachute that you have strapped on. Also, sky diving releases a tone of adrenaline and can be addictive.

In Nigeria, there are a couple of places where you can skydive. Skydive Nigeria is one place you should visit if you ever want to take part in that thrill.

2. Surfing

Surfing is the fun water sport of riding the waves of the ocean. In this case, the bigger the wave, the better the ride. The crucial part of surfing is to remain hanging on your board. It’s thrilling as the wave roars and pushes you forward. Meanwhile, to enjoy the beautiful experience in Nigeria, then you might consider visiting Takwa bay beach and other beach resorts in Lagos.

3. Scuba Diving

This is also awesome water extreme sports activity. Scuba diving gives you the thrill of viewing the ocean from underneath. Conversely, the only thing keeping you alive underwater is an oxygen tank strapped at your back. Also, you get the chance to watch all sorts of sea creatures lurking around you. providing you with the most intense feeling.

Luckily, there are few scuba diving areas in Lagos including a training centre.

4. Ziplining

Ziplining is also an extreme sport that involves gliding on a long piece of cable that is attached to a pulley and propelled from one end of the cable to another. In short, ziplines are placed over thrilling and exciting views like a rainforest or an ocean. Indeed, this guarantees a stunning and exhilarating experience. You can enjoy the extreme sport of ziplining in Lagos by visiting the Lekki Leisure Lake.

5. Kayaking

Kayaking is the third extreme water sport that you can take part in, in Nigeria. Besides, it is also one of the most common extreme sport in Nigeria.

Kayaking involves riding a plastic boat with a two-sided paddle over very aggressive currents. Consequently, these currents push the boat in a scary, yet thrilling direction.

Conclusion

In summary, there are a couple more extreme sports that can be found in Nigeria. Honourable mentions include; Quad Biking, Hiking/Rock Climbing, Go-Kart, and Skate Boarding. However, it is important to have your safety on before taking part in any of these extreme sports.

In the meantime, if you’re looking for awesome places to hang out in Nigeria & affordable vacation spots, check out our article on 7 Best & Affordable Vacation Spots in Nigeria.

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