Have you ever come to a dead-end while\u00a0planning your next adventure? Does the feeling of d\u00e9j\u00e0-vu ever took over you like you have been stuck in a cobweb? Do these activities or the travel destinations excite you no more? Then let us present you with some vivid adventure travel ideas that will help in bringing back your thrill-seeking zeal. Here are some fantastic bucket list adventures that are worth trying and creating memories for a lifetime.\r\nScuba Dive with a Navy SEAL in Oahu\r\n\r\n\r\nScuba diving with professional Navy SEALs is something to endeavour. Oahu in the Hawaii chain of islands is well known for scuba diving, but carrying out the activity in the guidance of the SEALs gives it a new dimension altogether. Stephen Kaplan and James Beck, the veteran U.S. Seals and the founder of Trident Adventures, provide an enjoyable experience to the divers in the wet world. The feeling of safety with them will urge you more to get the most out of the 3 hours underwater excursion.\r\nE-Mountain Bike Across the Swiss Alps\r\n\r\n\r\nRiding a bike on the mountain trails of the Alps is an ordinary bucket list adventures that travellers take. But getting an e-mountain biking experience gorging through the unexpected Alpine routes is something for the real masters. The H+I Adventure group, heads for eight days long trip availing trains, trams and gondolas to get your bikes on the trails of the Alpine range of Switzerland. The night stays, and meals are reserved in the beautiful mountain huts. The most exciting part of the trip is the 25-mile long ride on the Alps Davos Trail, which is awe-strikingly exotic and hailed by the international bikers associations.\r\nSnowkite, the New Hampshire Backcountry\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you ever tried snowkiting? No? Then give it a go. A newfound adventure activity snowkiting is gaining its fair share of popularity. North Conway of New Hampshire has an organization that not only provides the training for snowkiting but essential apparatus and route guidance too. The International Mountain Climbing School located in this region caters to these facilities and has a proper course schedule. Imagine a kite escorting you through the snow. It is like skiing with the help of a kite without your ski poles and is dependent on the wind speed.\r\nCamp in Least-Visited National Park\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Isle Royale National Park situated in the northwest of the Lake Superior is made up of more than 450 small islands, including the Isle Royale Island. This park is a rare place to visit with very few tourists around the year. So, if you want to relax in the lap of nature without much cacophony, then these islands are the ideal place for camp-outs. A ferry or chartered seaplane will take you to the campsite where you can holiday in absolute tranquillity and feel the adventure of being lonesome in an island.\r\nCycle Idaho\u2019s Route of the Hiawatha\r\n\r\n\r\nFifteen miles of the mountain trail, you hike it, or you bike it, this route is breathtakingly impressive. The Route of the Hiawatha is a rail to trail adventure route consisting of 7 sky-high trestles and ten rail tunnels, beginning with the Lookout Pass Ski area crossing through the 1.661 miles long St. Paul Pass Tunnel. This ride traverses along the summit of the Bitterroot Mountains near the town of Wallace of the Idaho region. The good news is that it is family-friendly due to the fact the route is downhill and hence can be taken by every member of your family. There are nearby camping options too.\r\nHeli-Paddleboard in Whistler, Blackcomb\r\n\r\n\r\nTry something new in the largest ski resorts of North America, the Whistler Blackcomb. The small town of Whistler in the Vancouver region is known for its ski resorts. The Blackcomb Helicopters provides a unique experience of Heli-padding to Alpine lake for standup paddleboard adventure trip. This half-day adventure trip is otherwise out of the way by hiking or any other transportation. Ride a chopper and paddle through the azure lakes in a single trip.\r\nClimb Sea Stack in Ireland\r\n\r\n\r\nThis is good news for the climbers. Or even if you are not a climber, the sea stacks of the Donegal Coast will be a relishing adventure. The local facilitator Unique Ascent provides for the activity necessities. They will guide you climbing through the cliffs and a Tyrolean traversing on ropes over the waters to connect from one stack to the other. These rock towers, hundreds of meters above sea level, are worth to scale up.\r\nPaddle the Barrier Islands of Virginia\r\n\r\n\r\nEver experienced a water trail? Go for the Virginia Seaside Water Trail connecting the barrier islands of the terrain. Ease up your senses by availing a sea kayak and paddling through the length of the trail for a few days, stopping and staying overnight by the waterfront stay-outs.\r\n\r\nLiked these adventures? Why don't you add them to your adventure Wishlist on Woovly. Download the Woovly app now to embark on your next adventure.