Exelement Plans An Action-Packed Summer For Kids
Released on: August 24, 2010, 4:33 am
London, August 2010 – Exelement has a wide range of activities
planned for children this summer. The company provides vouchers for a
host of extreme sport activities, from abseiling to zorbing, with
skydiving and jet skiing thrown in for good measure. Summer plans also
include wakeboarding, archery lessons, high-ropes courses and mountain
boarding, among others.
While skateboarding never grows old, why not try a more extreme version? Let your
kids try mountain boarding. Introductory courses take participants through a safety
briefing and then kit them out with everything, including the board, helmet and
pads. Skills are practised on the junior slope, and before long they’ll be
perfecting their toe turns, heel turns and learning how to carve down the hill.
Those on the lookout for adventure can also choose the aerial high-ropes course.
It’s a trip through trees incorporating more than 28 different elements and ending
at the revolutionary new Powerfan for those bold enough to take 'the plunge'.
Adventurers are fitted with a full-body harness and helmet and then attached to a
revolutionary safety system that permits progression from obstacle to obstacle
without the need to detach from the safety line at any time.
There is a whole range of water sports as well. If your children love the water,
give them a break from a regular dip in the pool – instead, sign up for scuba diving
lessons. You can also choose a two-hour kayaking paddle ride on Beaulieu River,
where qualified instructors teach children the basics of kayaking as they weave
through the river and its creeks. Other options include jet skiing and wake
Paintball wars are especially popular, as is the 'dad and lads' programme.
Children are accompanied by their fathers as they get to ride in a real tank and
fire paintballs through the 40mm cannon. If children are about to start learning to
drive, there’s a junior rally to take advantage of, or junior luxury car driving
(think Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin). And, these are just the options on
land. In addition, there are scuba diving lessons, introduction to kayaking, indoor
skiing, indoor skydiving and snowboarding, and zorbing options. Vouchers for these activities make excellent birthday and Christmas gift ideas.
For now, though, summer is the best time for adventures, so why not sign up to make
sure your kids make the most of it.
Exelement is more than just the only gift voucher agency that is 100% dedicated to
extreme sports. Since its launch in 2006, the company has always strived for
excellence, providing quality adventures for extreme sports enthusiasts. This isn’t
just a business - every member of Exelement lives and breathes some form of the
adventures they’re selling. The company has 200 accredited centres and offers more
than 80 different types of extreme sport activities. In April 2008, Exelement
expanded and added a Spanish site for local communities. Besides individual and
group vouchers for family and friends, Exelement also offers a mix of activities
that companies might be interested in for corporate team-building exercises.
Contact Details: 21 Wilbury Grove
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