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Online experience day website IntoTheBlue.co.uk have looked into the future to see what adventure days we might be enjoying in the next 50 to 100 years.
Scuba Diving on Europa Moon
Scuba diving is a great way to experience the beauty of the ocean and in the future we believe that you’ll be able to explore other planets oceans, such as Europa Moon’s subsurface ocean.
Humans love pushing the boundaries when it comes to construction and technology, so it seems only logical that man would build a state of the art waterpark on Mars given half the chance.
Hyper-sonic Racing Experience
The future of space travel is exciting and with advances in technology you can expect to see faster and faster spacecraft capable of extreme speeds. Now that would be a fun day out!
Bushcraft on Venus
For the future traveller, bushcraft and survival on different planets is key to preserving the human race. Learning the skills needed to survive and thrive on another planet should be top of most space tourist lists.
Retro Space Shuttle Flights
For some, NASA’s space shuttle is already a classic in terms of engineering, but in the future these relics will provide fun for the whole family and show them just how far mankind has come.
Skydiving on Kepler 22B
For many years skydiving has been the pinnacle for adrenaline junkies, but with Kepler 22B’s gravity 2.3 times greater than the Earth’s, skydiving is going to get a whole lot better.
Tour the Lunar landing site
In 1969, the first man to walk on the moon Neil Armstrong uttered the iconic phrase “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Now you too can savour this historic achievement by visiting the lunar landing site for yourself.
Stay in the International Space Station
Offering spectacular views of the Earth from its low Earth orbit, the International Space Station is the biggest habitable artificial satellite ever built. Get a chance to see where space tourism started with a stay at the luxury ISS hotel.
Jim Maitland from Into the Blue said:
“When searching for experiences to add to our website we look at the past and present for inspiration, but what if we looked into the future, a long way into the future? Our designers have been busy coming up with an array of futuristic illustrations based on what we think the future of the adventure experience industry will look like.”
“In this series of illustrations we imagine what an experience day might look like for those living in the future. Gone are the days of being restricted to the earth; adventure junkies can now discover new planets, hyper-sonic racing and waterparks on Mars, as well as explore some of the most iconic historic human achievements of our time, including the Lunar landing site and the International Space Station.”
Into The Blue is one of the leading UK experience day websites, offering exciting activities including wing walking and Spitfire experiences, driving days, water sports activities and much more.