Day Adventures are Realistic for Millennials on a Budget
Taking part in day adventures can come to reality for Millennials on a budget.
Millennials can do many activities, and not stretch their pockets, such as go skydiving, rafting and fishing. There is even a simple activity called hiking, and walking out of residences, and strolling in the nearby woods where Millennials may live.
It is safe to say, however, that skydiving is one of the most exhilarating, and thrilling activities to do on a day adventure. It will only cost Millennials, between less than $100, to a little over $200 to do so on average, and allow Millennials to see Planet Earth in a whole new light.
They can even do it after jumping out of a plane, and then falling several feet into oblivion, and the sky. It is important, and obvious to do so with the proper safety equipment, and attire that employees at the skydiving company, which Millennials choose, give them so that they can have the best, and worthwhile experience in the sky as possible.
Millennials, wanting the same thrill that skydiving provides, but only not so high in the air, and lower to the ground, can go rafting: an activity, which is also sometimes referred to as Whitewater Rafting.
While skydiving is a more solo activity, with only a skydiving company employee strapped to the back of participants to help guide them, rafting is done on gushing, and wavy waters with a group of people, or individually, however, partaking in this day adventure activity is so much better, and easier to do with a group of people, depending on how big the raft, that Millennials use to go rafting, is.
It is important that Millennials bring a swimsuit, towel, hat, sunscreen and food unless rafting companies have them at their on-site locations as part of their price plan, such as some that do in Arizona, to not just their rafting day adventure, but also their skydiving adventure. There are even seasonal multi-day rafting trips that Millennials can go on for a total adventure cost of close to $2,000. Millennials can even see first-hand, national landmarks, such as the Grand Canyon, and historic Indian paths. Individual price-points are less than $100 for each person who participates, a very good price for Millennials on a budget, who are looking to go on a day adventure.
Millennials also need to be careful to, and sure that the raft they are on, does not become stuck on any rocks that they may encounter on the river they are on, when they go rafting. If this happens, Millennials, and the crew they are with can push the raft off of the underwater rocks that they have accidentally encountered, especially when they think that there is only the river’s water underneath them, and the raft. With the rest of their belongings back on land, and at the rafting company’s check-in booth, or in a locker they selected, depending on what the entity’s set-up is, Millennials can safely, and might also need to get out of the raft, and push it off of the rocks then walk over the rocks that the raft was stuck on, and then get back into the raft, and continue on their journey. Millennials who want to stay back, and not partake in the rafting excursion, can have just as much fun at the rafting company’s paintballing option. Rates for paintballing, as is the case with skydiving, rafting and fishing, are available on the site where the rafting company’s paintballing location is located.
Millennials who want, and prefer a more low-key day trip can head to their nearest river, pond, lake, ocean or sea with their favorite fishing rod or pole to fish, and try to catch a fin to throw back into the body of water they obtained it from, or take it home for dinner that, night, or lunch the next day.
There are also fishing, or Fly Fishing trips that Millennials can go on to catch fish. By standing on a charter boat’s, protected deck with their fishing rod or pole, or one that is provided to them at the company’s site, and on the charter boat, which takes participants out to great fishing spots, Millennials can catch many different kinds of fish that are not found in their usual normal fishing locations, such as big Striped Bass. Millennials, and other participants on the trip have access, and the opportunity to catch these type of fish because “there are many fish in the sea,” as the saying goes. This is especially true way out in the middle of the ocean, sea, or other body of water where Millennials, and participants go to catch fish, the fish are plentiful, and the selection is excellent, and full of variety, other than the side, or edge of the aforementioned river, pond or lake.
Millennials, other people and staff on boating trips where fishing is the objective, have any caught fish, sliced, and prepared to eat so the Millennial(s), and other people who caught the fish, can take it home with them for a nice meal or meals. The total cost for fly fishing trips is a little less than $500 to close to $600.
Regardless of whichever day adventure activity, Millennials choose to do, and experience on their day trip, they will have to sign a waiver, which acknowledges their understanding of the protocol that takes place between them, and the company hosting the day adventure activity, if something happens while Millennials partake in the day adventure.
Millennials should take note of this, and their signing the waiver, and keep it in mind while they are on their excursion, but not let it interfere with their enjoying it, because as another saying goes: “you only live once,” and it’s not every day that Millennials are able to go skydiving, rafting or fishing. “So live it up,” and “fulfill your dreams,” Millennials.