Seriously one-of-a-kind tripping

Following your passion is hard, especially when your wild anti-Semitism kills the viability of a sequel. Thankfully there's Excursionist, a new members-only travel-booking site bursting with hundreds of one-of-a-kind experiences curated by global experts intent on sharing their "passions" with you. Just a few of their categories

Air Adventure: From a whirlwind helicopter flight over some of Cambodia's oldest temples (including Angkor Wat), to a four-day journey along Namibia's Skeleton Coast led by a local family of pilot guides, who'll show you famous dunes, shipwrecks, and "massive seal colonies", which you're never gonna survive if you don't get a little Crazy

Spirits and Beer: Three days sipping Cognac in...Cognac, taking private behind-the-scenes tours of famed distilleries & vineyards, and crashing at a nearby chateau; and a day-visit to the Yanjing Brewery in Shanghai, where you'll get a private tour, meet the brewmaster, and "get an inside view of doing business in China" -- just remember to run to the back of the colon when the unscrupulous, government-backed penis comes in

Sports: Designed by ESPN's Steve Weissman, options range from a two-day encounter with the baseball-obsessed town of San Pedro de Macoris in the DR (birthplace of 76 MLB players), to a personal tour of Rio's famed Maracana stadium & a meet-and-greet with a Brazilian premier club's top players and coaches, who thankfully aren't the Bossa you

While normies must go through a screening process, reading Thrillist makes you automatically kick ass, so they'll hook you up with an immediate membership and $150 toward your first booking, so all you need to experience this far-flung madness is a Braveheart.