No two travel bucket lists will ever look the same, especially since everyone travels for different reasons. Still, there are some pretty amazing destinations around the world that everyone should see! In every corner of the globe, are sights, sounds, smells, tastes and experiences that are unlike anything else; and with so much to learn they’re the perfect places to go. No matter what your travel goals are, here are just a few places you should consider adding to your list of must see destinations to experience!
The Great Wall of China, China
To see something that can be seen from space up close and personal is an amazing experience, and seeing the Great Wall of China is no different. This massive wall stretches for thousands of miles, and is awe-inspiring since it took 1700 years to complete. Not only are you left speechless by the fact the it was built with nothing but human ingenuity and labour, but its positioning about a mountain gives you some of the best views of the country’s vast landscape.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
When thinking about an ideal tropical getaway, Bora Bora comes to mind for many people. Located in the South Pacific, there are seemingly endless stretches of beautiful blue water, bright white sandy beaches and tons of fantastic tropical greenery. It’s hard to imagine a more picturesque destination.
Great Barrier Reef – Queensland, Australia
With the world rapidly changing and marine life disappearing all over the world, it might be a good idea to visit the world’s largest collection of coral reefs. The stretch is about 1400 miles and can be seen from space, so there’s plenty of spots you can go diving in to experience it.
The Great Pyramids, Egypt
Nothing says ancient history fanatic like visiting the pyramids in Egypt. These massive structures date back to 2560 BC and further, and are some of the most breathtaking views on the planet. There are plenty of tours you can go on to explore them and understand just how important and beautiful they truly are.
Machu Picchu, Peru
This ancient site can be traced all the way back to the 15th century and can give you an amazing look into the Inca civilization that ruled the region. There’s plenty of amazing views in this mountaintop locale, and you’re sure to see breathtaking perspectives of Peru’s lush landscape.
Easter Island, Chile
The best part about Easter Island are those mysterious Stonehenge statues that have been there since the island’s discovery centuries ago. With 887 of them in total, there is lots of them to explore in addition to tons of other activities on the island like diving, hiking and rock climbing.
If you want the city experience without having to rely on traditional forms of transportation, visit Venice. There are canals that run everywhere and act as streets and roadways between all sorts of buildings. Travelling in a city by water is a unique and scenic experience that can’t be replicated.
Victoria Falls, Zambia
If you’re a love of waterfalls, this is the one you need to see. At one mile across, 354 feet high and over 200,000 gallons of water flowing each and every second, it’s the world’s largest and most powerful