While the ultimate Valentine’s Day date for some couples may include flowers, dinner and a movie, other couples may enjoy an unforgettable adrenaline-filled moment. So if you’re feeling stumped about what to give your thrill- seeking lover for Valentine’s Day, how about the gift of an experience?
Check out a few of our heart-racing ideas below.
Sky diving – If youâ€™re ready to take your relationship to new heightsâ€”skydiving is the ultimate way to do it. Sky Diving South Shore, located just about one hour from New York City, offers a variety of adventure packages, and some even include video and photos.
Shark diving at a museum – The Georgia Aquarium offers certified divers a unique underwater journey with whale sharks, the largest fish in the world. Divers can spend up to 30 minutes surrounded by whale sharks, eels, turtles and more. Alternatively, the museum also offers a ‘swim with whale sharks’ program.
Flying trapeze – Whether you’re looking to test your dreams of becoming a circus performer or simply desire to fly like a bird through the air, Trapeze School NY Â offers a variety of classes for thrill-seekers. There are five locations in the U.S. including, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington D.C., and Chicago. And, if you know of a few other adventure loving couples, you can throw a one-of-a-kind party or ‘team’ building game event.
Dog sledding – If you’re ready for an exhilarating weekend get-away, check out Mont-Tremblant in Quebec, Canada. From dog sledding and Scandanavian Baths to cross country skiing and ice climbing, there’s plenty of activities to keep an adventurous couple busy.
Sailing – If you’re on the fence between an adventure and playing it safe, sailing may be for you. Tribeca Sailing offers several options for a sailing date on the NY harbor.
Do you have any ideas for a romantic and adventurous date? Drop me a line below.