Humans have always been passionate about preserving our own past, and we’ve built museums across the world to do just that, providing a means for the general public to learn about how we once lived throughout the ages.
Not every hotel is created equal, and that’s a lesson that countless people have learned over the years after booking a room and then having one of the worst nights of their lives. Hotels can be a serious hit and miss, and it’s important to do the right research before spending money on a room.
In 2000 the New Seven Wonders Foundation held a vote and as a result 100 million people voted for the Seven Modern Wonders of the World. These modern wonders are a great addition to anyone’s bucket list.
Kenya is considered one the best destinations for nature lovers. Kenya has a vast array of lakes, mountains, islands and wildlife. Here are a few attractions to add to your bucket list.
Masai Mara National Park
The Masai Mara National Park should be top of your list. The best time to visit is during summer when the Wildebeest migrate.
Galapagos is an archipelago of volcanic islands about 620 miles off the coast of Ecuador and has unique wildlife that is not found anywhere else in the world.
Not only is there an abundance of wildlife, Galapagos also offers many activities to enjoy and a great addition to anyone’s bucket list.
While there may be people who have a trip to Mars amongst their bucket list items, this will likely be unattainable for most in our lifetime.
However, this doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty of unforgettable experiences which are totally attainable. If you consider yourself adventurous, be sure to add these 8 experiences to your bucket list immediately.
So it’s time to create the bucket list you’ve always dreamed of, but where do you begin? We’ve made it easy by collecting a few breath-taking places to see before you die. So back your bags, renew your passport, and hit the open road!
1. The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Spanning over 2200km, the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland Australia is the largest collection of coral reefs in the world.
So large that it can be seen from space, it’s one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World and offers a most unforgettable diving experience.