It's not natively possible (as far as I know) to click on a link in a terminal Emacs session and have Emacs treat it as it would in a session running under X. However, in most (if not all) cases where Emacs offers a hyperlink,
RET while point is on the link will have the same effect as a click would.
The alternative would be finding a way for the terminal to pass click events to Emacs, and for Emacs to properly interpret such events once received. I've no doubt that's possible, but I haven't been able to find a way to do it; in the meantime, it should be almost as fast (if not faster) to do something like e.g.
C-s adapti RET RET
to isearch straight to the 'adaptive-wrap' link, then complete the search (the first
RET) and activate the link (the second).