The summer of 2020 won’t be cancelled!
As the UK starts to reopen and normality starts to resume, it wouldn’t be surprising to feel you’ve been given the short stick this summer.
From cancelled events, music festivals, and vacations, it just doesn’t feel the same.
However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the summer whilst also maintaining social distance.
In this piece, we have put together a list of our top 5 ideas to help you make the most of the warm weather.
Let’s dive in.
1. Cool Off Without a Pool
Who says spending time in the pool is the only way to have fun in the sun? There are so many things you can do to make the most of the warm summer weather.
Why not take out your water guns and play one of the many water games, or have a balloon fight in your garden with your family. To make it even more exciting, why not ask the kids from your neighbourhood to join you; although be sure to maintain social distance.
Using chalk or hula hoops, you can draw up small circles to represent your zone to make the balloon fight more interesting.
2. Turn Your-Couch-Potato-Self Into an Adventure Seeker
Let’s face it – all this time at home has transformed us into proverbial couch potatoes as we continue binge-watching our favourite movies and series.
No matter how much you plan to stay active, after a day of sitting in front of the TV or laptop, home-schooling your kids and doing chores, working out does not seem appealing at all.
Now that we’re able to enjoy more freedom of activity why not leave that couch of yours and go on a thrilling adventure?
At Avalanche Adventure you can get your heartbeat racing and adrenaline pumping with various activities like our quad bike safari, land rover driving, and off-road racing. We’ve only just reopened and although there have been certain changes, you can rest assured that you won’t have to compromise on the fun.
Given the present situation, we’re only offering a limited number of spots; so without wasting any more time, go book your slots right away.
3. Visit a National Park
With lockdown restrictions finally being lifted, why not head to one of our National Parks with family and friends to bask in the greenery. Spending time in nature can uplift your mood not to mention you can squeeze in a bit of jog or a run that you have been putting off. Spending 20 minutes in a natural landscape is enough to boost your body’s vitals.
You can have a small picnic with your loved ones and make a day out of it.
4. Plan for a Days Out with Your Friends
Over the past couple of months, we’ve only been in touch with friends through messages and video calls, but nothing beats the real thing.
With restrictions being eased, why not get your gang together and plan for an exhilarating quad biking day out?
After months of lounging on your couch, this is the perfect way to awaken the adventure freak in you and enjoy the sun while splashing around a few puddles.
At Avalanche, our activities are the perfect antidote to months of staying indoors. If you want to book slots or find out more about these activities, get in touch with us today.
5. Go for a Long Drive
Going for a long drive with your family or friends is a great way to enjoy the post-lockdown period.
For added safety, head somewhere with less crowds or drive to a scenic spot where you can get out of your car and take some really cool pictures. Why not make it a picnic and take your own snacks and beverages? That way you won’t have to stop anywhere or interact with other people.
If you want to take your driving experience up a notch, take a look at our land rover off road driving. Whether it’s your first time or you’re seasoned off roading expert, this experience will absolutely blow your mind and be etched in your memory forever!
Get in Touch with Avalanche Adventure to Book Your Favourite Activity
Although many of the usual summer activities are on hold, Avalanche is open for business (almost) as usual!
With these 5 ideas, you not only get outside but also enjoy your summer to the fullest.
Contact us today to find out more about other such incredible summer activities.