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Another said: "insurance companies all around the world just cringed".
While one fan thanked Brady: "I know everyone is saying you shouldn't and be careful. I just want to say thanks for sharing these parts of your personal life. It is just as great to see you from this angle. I feel like we get to know our QB better than anyone ever has! Hope you have a great offseason and look forward to another great one."
According to the Denver Post, the New England Patriots quarterback is on holiday with his Gisele and children in Costa Rica.
Gisele posted a photo of the family horseback riding on the beach.
Unusual places for a family holiday
NFL star Tom Brady jumps 40ft off cliff into water in Costa Rica
It's probably not the first place you think of for a family holiday or a beach break but China has plenty to offer tiny travellers on Dong'Ao Island. So much so that Club Med recently opened a new resort on the island dubbed the 'Chinese Maldives' for families seeking an alternative beachside retreat. Located just 30 miles from Hong Kong, the resort offers the usual array of kids' clubs as well as a whole host of activities for an energetic holiday, including water sports, hiking and sailing.
Where better for an unusual family holiday than an island that has been created by volcanoes, shaped by waterfalls and shaken by earthquakes? Iceland offers a whole range of fascinating activities, from whale watching and caving in a lava tub, to puffin safari boat trips and exploring bubbling geothermal pools. Discover the World offers a nine-night self-catering holiday with car rental.
After recently opening its doors to tourism, Burma is rapidly becoming one of the most exciting places to visit in South East Asia and children love it. With beautiful scenery, fabulous cultural attractions and picture-perfect beaches, there is a wealth of activities to keep everyone entertained. Spend a day in the jungle learning how to look after an elephant, a night in a rural village giving your kids a wonderful opportunity to play with local children, and join the pilgrims to watch the sunset from the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon. Check out the offering from responsibletravel.com.
Fancy meeting orang-utans with your children? Borneo is a great place for a family holiday and offers the chance to see orang-utans up close, witness turtles laying eggs by moonlight and explore the breathtaking rainforest. Stubborn Mule Travel offers a family holiday in Borneo, where you can also follow the canopy walkways through the rainforest to watch for gibbons and birds, and play on the idyllic white sandy beaches while staying in a traditional longhouse on stilts.
Treat the family to an adventure holiday in America's Wild West to experience the magic of Native American culture, the rugged beauty of the mountain ranges and the secluded prairie land of Nevada. Aspiring cowboys can enjoy roping lessons and horse riding, while those looking for something more relaxing can go on horse-drawn wagon rides to take in the views of the stunning wilderness. Go on hikes to old mining shafts, try your hand at archery and indulge in massages while staying in a beautiful tipi at eco-resort Mustang Monument. The lavish tipis are perfect for camping under the stars.
Take the kids to the remote mountain villages of Ladakh to experience a holiday like no other. Situated between the Kunlun mountain range in the north of India and the main Great Himalayas to the south, Ladakh enables a unique insight into village life in the remote mountain regions. Accompanied by local porters and expert guides, you and the kids will step out of the modern world, walking between villages and staying in traditional village houses, which have been spruced up to provide comfort without compromising their authenticity. You can visit local schools, monasteries and markets, or for the more active, go trekking or river rafting. There is even a chance to get up close to India's wildlife and go tiger trekking on the back of an elephant. Asian Explorations offers tailor-made trips to Ladakh for families.
The whole family can enjoy exploring nature from a kayak in British Columbia. The region is best known for its orcas and offers some of the most reliable grizzly bear viewing in the world. Make your family holiday a real adventure by camping close to the wildlife. Kingfisher Wilderness Adventures offers a family holiday which takes visitors on a short boat ride to grizzly bear viewing spots and on kayak tours at a pace suited for families, with children from six years old able to join in the adventure. .
As Costa Rica becomes increasingly popular for families, those who fancy taking their tots to Central America can go off the beaten path in Panama. Watch the boats pass through the famous Panama Canal, explore the rainforest and meet indigenous cultures like the Embera, close to Panama City.The Caribbean islands are where rainforests meet beaches and are great for snorkelling, seeing marine life such as sea turtles and manatees, or going dolphin watching. Audley Travel offers a range of accommodation options for families in Panama, such as Tranquilo Bay on Bastimentos Island.
Ideal for families with older children, there are plenty of unusual and uniquely Japanese experiences to lure you. Stay at traditional Japanese Machiya in Kyoto, an old town house in the heart of the community, which provides the opportunity to glimpse Geisha glide pass your door step. Cat cafes, the Ghibli Museum and Osaka's Spa World will ensure the kids are having plenty of fun too. InsideJapan offers a variety of family adventures, including experiences such as Taiko drumming classes and Tate-do sword fighting.
Head for Argentina and learn how to play the sport of kings, polo, as a family. You can stay in an authentic family-run estancia in the heart of the Argentine Pampas and spend time riding on the ranch with gauchos, hiking along beautiful trails and enjoying hearty traditional Argentine dishes. Argentina's excellent infrastructure makes it easy to get from A to B, which is perfect for travelling with children. South American Explorations offers adults and children the chance to have fun and relax in a beautiful setting, along with the chance to learn polo with some world-class players.
NFL star Tom Brady jumps 40ft off cliff into water in Costa Rica
A super-luxe private island in the Turks & Caicos with rooms, suites, villas and private residences, Parrot Cay by COMO has a house owned by fashion designer Donna Karan, which she designed herself. The Sanctuary is a Caribbean villa rental comprising a main house with three bedrooms and two four-bedroom guest houses, which you can rent individually. It exudes a peaceful, wholesome spirit according to Karan's hallmark and features warm wood and cool limestone interiors, as well as antiques from Donna’s global travels. There's an incredible spa house which isn't usually open to guests, but Donna has been known to make it available for those booking the entire residence.
Comedy actor Vince Vaughn has a stylish three-bedroom townhouse in the trendy River North area of Chicago, with plush leather recliners, a rooftop deck offering sweeping views of the city and a custom-designed home theatre for you to watch his films in a cinema-style setting! According to Zillow, Vaughn's home can be rented for $9,500 (£6,000) a month and comes with a three-car garage and four bathrooms.
Mischa Barton's ivy-clad home in Beverly Hills costs a cool $27,000 (£17,200) a month to rent and comes with a pool, spa and stunning views. The actress's home in a gated neighbourhood has eight bedrooms, landscaped gardens and a pretty vine-covered patio.
Love interior designer Linda Barker's style? You can rent the TV personality's stunning hacienda-style villa, located 10 miles from St Tropez in the midst of the wooded hills of the Var. Villa Libelulle is a cool oasis, with oversized Moroccan lamps surrounding the riad-style courtyard swimming pool, crisp linens, a hint of stylish shabby chic mixed with influences from local antique markets and wow pieces like the enormous chandeliers, all picked by Linda. The five-bedroom villa, which sleeps 12, also has a sunset deck with stunning views of the valley below - ideal for an aperitif or yoga! Villa Libelulle costs from £6,770 per week.
Live like Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson in Malibu at her teak-sided beach house for a perfect Californian escape. According to Zillow, the blonde bombshell's property costs $50,000 (£32,000) a month to rent and is the ideal place to "reconnect with nature while enjoying one of the finest homes Malibu has to offer". It comes with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open living room and kitchen design with a home theatre and black baby grand piano.
Live it up celeb-style at Peter Andre’s Cypriot home, Sunkissed Villa in Larnaca, which really offers the 'wow' factor. The villa features a large circular living area, a huge flat screen with satellite TV on the wall and a dome-shaped ceiling which changes colour. Outside, there’s a large private pool and private tennis court, and if you want to take a dip in the crystal clear sea, Pervolia, where the holiday home is located, is famous for its unspoilt beach. Sunkissed Villa has four bedrooms and sleeps up to eight, costing from 2,695 euros (£2,300) per week.
Interiors guru Kirstie Allsopp transformed her North Devonshire cottage before our very eyes on Channel 4’s Kirstie’s Homemade Home. Idyllic retreat Meadowgate, which sleeps 14, is available for large groups of families and friends to hire. Kirstie’s unique style can be seen throughout and the home is in total seclusion within National Trust-protected Welcombe Valley, and just a walk away from Welcombe Mouth on Devon’s north coast. A week’s stay costs from £1,836.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford's Malibu beach house has been described as impeccable as she is. The house costs $19,500 (£12,400) a month to rent and according to Zillow, it is located in a "private and serene" space, just north of famed Broad Beach. Here you'll find sea views in almost every room and a deck with steps leading straight to the sandy beach. You might be lucky enough to bump into Cindy too as she owns another beach house just up the road.
Fancy hiring your own private island? How about Richard Branson's Necker in the British Virgin Islands? It might cost a cool £275,800 a week to rent but Branson's Caribbean holiday island boasts eight guest rooms in the Great House and six Bali Houses dotted around the island, sleeping up to 30 adults. You can set your own menu and mealtimes, kick back at the Beach Pavilion with its large bar, cinema and entertainment area, and just enjoy lazing around your own luxury Caribbean island.
Sample the Premier League footballer lifestyle and stay at Coleen and Wayne Rooney's seven bedroom Exclusive Villa within the Royal Westmoreland estate in Barbados. The villa is an A-list hideaway in the full-service resort, with in-villa chefs available, a state-of-the-art gym, golf lessons and a beach bar and restaurant on Mullins Beach. Sleeping 14 guests, the villa costs from £1,320 per night and you may even bump into Jo Calzaghe and Andrew Flintoff, who also own Royal Westmoreland homes.
Make like a rock star and escape to Mick Jagger's holiday home Stargroves in Mustique. The Japanese-inspired beachfront villa takes the form of seven private pavilions linked by raised walkways and nestling among stunning coconut palms with sweeping views of L'Ansecoy Bay. It sleeps up to 10 and costs from £150 per person per night, including a staff of six and use of a Jeep during your stay.
If you fancy a true Italian escape, look no further than Sting and Trudie Styler's sprawling estate in the hills of Florence. Il Palagio offers everything you could ever want from a Tuscan break - the rolling countryside, spectacular views and beautiful vineyards, which means lots of wine too! With a main villa and two large villas it's ideal as a holiday rental or for a wedding abroad (from 9,000 euros per week for five guests) and features a large swimming pool, stables, gardens and a tennis court.