How are your wilderness survival skills? Find out in the Rio Indio Maiz Biological Reserve, the largest virgin lowland rainforest north of the Amazon. In Managua, Nicaragua, you’ll fly a 12-passenger La Costeña plane to Greytown, in the southeast corner of the country. Once there, join ex-Special Forces jungle survival specialists for three days in the bush where they’ll teach you how to find fire, water, shelter, and food. You’ll also take classes on hunting, fishing, and trapping in the jungle. ($2,150 for 7-day program; bushmaster-survival-school.com)
Who said you have to be 65 and retired to see the world? The clock is ticking, so check some of these sweet trips off your bucket list before you’re 30.
8. Take a Jungle Survival Course in Central America
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