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Stranger on a Ledge, Lion’s Head, South Africa

Stranger on a Ledge, Lion’s Head, South Africa

Not sure I'd have the nerve to go through with it, but would love to try...

Not sure I'd have the nerve to go through with it, but would love to try...

A group in Canada's Northwest Territories camps in portaledges protected from falling rock and ice by an overhang.Image: Camping in Canadas Northwest Territories (© National Geographic/Getty Images)

4 Easy, Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Try at Home

A group in Canada's Northwest Territories camps in portaledges protected from falling rock and ice by an overhang.Image: Camping in Canadas Northwest Territories (© National Geographic/Getty Images)

The amaizing road of Himalayas. Pakistan's Himalayan roadways are among the oldest on the planet. Dating back to 206 B.C., the Himalayas were an integral part of the famous Silk Routes, connecting Central Asia with South Asia, and creating a bridge between the culturally and religiously diverse countries of Pakistan, China, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bhutan.

Thirty One of the World's Most Amazing Roads

The amaizing road of Himalayas. Pakistan's Himalayan roadways are among the oldest on the planet. Dating back to 206 B.C., the Himalayas were an integral part of the famous Silk Routes, connecting Central Asia with South Asia, and creating a bridge between the culturally and religiously diverse countries of Pakistan, China, Afghanistan, Nepal and Bhutan.

Dinner in the Sky, Various Locations  You need a solid sense of adventure for this culinary experience! Offered in over 40 countries, Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of 50 meters (over 160 feet). The table seats 22 with three staff in the middle. Don’t worry about falling, though. All guests are strapped to their seats for safety!

Dinner in the Sky, Various Locations You need a solid sense of adventure for this culinary experience! Offered in over 40 countries, Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of 50 meters (over 160 feet). The table seats 22 with three staff in the middle. Don’t worry about falling, though. All guests are strapped to their seats for safety!

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