For those who find Amsterdam too flat, a vertical experience can be had at Bungy Jump Holland, located near Central Station at Oostelijke Handelskade 1 (tel: (020) 419 6005; fax: (020) 364 9395;web site: www.bungy.nl. Jumps can be made from 1 May to 31 October 1200-2100 daily (except Tuesday and Wednesday in May). The cost is Euro 100 for the first jump.
One does not think of climbing when it comes to Amsterdam.Because Amsterdam has no mountains and is so flat there is nowhere to climb to. The Dutch decided to climb indoors. There are a number of indoor climbing places.
Klimhal Amsterdam is the perfect place for the beginner and the advanced climber, for groups and individual climbers and is located in the centre close to central station.
The climbing gym has many facilities, professional instructors and is easy to reach by car and offer free parking and public transportation is also close by.
The gym is 21 meters high (approx.63 ft), has a climbing surface of more than 2300 m2 and a boulder area of 250 m2. Klimhal Amsterdam has a pleasant bar for after the activities. http://www.klimhalamsterdam.nl
The ultimate karting experience. Fancy you chances in come of the fastest karts on the planet? For details visit www.kartrai.nl.
If you missed last years and you cannot wait till next August, there are other karting tracks in Amsterdam indoor and outdoor. Race planet being the best indoor track www.raceplanet.nl and there are a few outdoor as well but the cars, track and owner and not the best.
Turn your back to Amsterdam and face the Wetlands of Waterland. In canoes you will explore far into the moorland-meadows. Where possible, we will get out of the canoe for a small walk in the reedlands. An expert guide, English speaking, will inform you about plants and wildlife and the origens of this special landscape. A landscape that inspired Holland’s most famous painters back in the Golden Age, painters like Rembrandt and Ruysdael. € 33 Including donation to Landschap NoordHolland. http://www.wetlandssafari.nl