Want to show those Mountain Dew-chugging "extreme" goobers who's boss by literally shredding down a field of ash on a volcano? The head to Mukul Resort in Rivas, Nicaragua. Flying in, be sure to look out your window and instabrag with a picture of this beach. Each of Mukul's 12 Beach Villas come w/ a private swimming pool, a wrap-around deck, and "a secret garden with an outdoor shower", so deal with that, Frances Hodgson Burnett. They also have "Bohios" like this one, tree houses nestled in the rainforest canopy 300 feet above the Playa Manzanillo, and outfitted with plunge pools and godly views of the sapphire sea below. Ultra hot babe not included. The extreme volcano boarding starts with a morning commute via helicopter, flying over the ocean and jungles before setting down upon the Cerro Negro Volcano. Much like snowboarding, you'll strap on a wooden board and take off downhill, a trip that'll last about 10mins uninterrupted. And because cleaning in a shower after an ash faceplant would be totally lame, clean yourself more aggressively by grabbing a ripper stick and heading to the beach. And while there really isn't anything extreme about golf, they do have an 18-rounder on the grounds.