11 Travel Destinations You Should Go To Before You Die

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We all have a list of things we want to do or travel destinations we want to see before we die. But most of us don’t have enough time in our lives to check everything off. Not everyone is brave enough to quit their job and travel the world to check things off their bucket list.

Our planet is a beautiful place full of amazing sights and life-changing events that are just waiting for you to find them. Some of these travel destinations are well-known, while others aren’t as well-known, but they all have a special place on my list of places I want to visit. I also hope that this post makes you want to travel more and visit some of these places. Let’s look at this ultimate list of places to visit.

1. Trek to Machu Picchu

Not only is it amazing that the Incas were able to fit these stones together so well, but they did it 2400 metres above the ground. Even though it was built in the 15th century and the Spanish took over in the 16th, the Western world didn’t learn about Machu Picchu until 1911. Most travellers’ dream trips include hiking to Machu Picchu, and there’s a good reason for that. And if hiking to Machu Picchu isn’t exciting enough for you, you can go 400 kilometres southeast to find La Rinconada the world’s highest city.

2. Pink Spring In Japan

Japan’s springs look like a lot of fun. There are a lot of beautiful places in the world, but nothing beats the spring in Japan. From March to May is “Sakura” season, which is the Japanese word for cherry blossom season. At that time of year, Japan looks like it was taken right out of an anime movie.

3. Dip in the Blue Lagoon, Iceland

Even though people have different opinions about it, my ultimate travel bucket list wouldn’t be complete without this amazing place in Iceland. The Blue Lagoon is a hot springs spa in the middle of a field of lava. 70% of the water comes from the sea, and 30% comes from rivers and lakes. The water is about 38 degrees Celsius. The blue-green algae and mineral salts are what give the water its amazing color.

4. Explore the Amazon Jungle in Brazil

This jungle is 2.3 million square kilometres big. It has so many different species that it has its own ecosystem. Without a doubt, the Amazon jungle is one of the most amazing places on Earth, and travelling through it would be a brave and life-changing adventure that deserves to be at the top of my ultimate travel bucket list.

5. Hike in Patagonia, Chile

After reading Bruce Chatwin’s book, I’ve thought about the huge mountain glaciers and clear blue lakes of Patagonia every day since. Patagonia hangs off the edge of the world and covers 400,000 square miles, most of which have not been explored. Do you have plans to visit this beautiful place soon? Before you go to Patagonia, you might find it helpful to look at this full itinerary.

6. Serengeti Great Migration, Tanzania

Tanzania is known for the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar, but that’s not all there is to see here. Serengeti is an area of land in the northern part of Tanzania. The Great Serengeti Migration is mostly made up of 1.5 million wildebeest and about 200,000 zebras that move every year in search of new grass and water. Over 150,000 miles of open plains and forests, the migration takes place.

7. Hot Balloon Ride in Cappadocia

Cappadocia’s picture-perfect scene of hundreds of hot air balloons disappearing into a pink sunset has been at the top of many travellers’ bucket lists for a long time. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience to float over the beautiful landscape and valleys filled with stone houses, beautiful cave hotels, and charming vineyards. But if you think this place only has hot air balloons and caves to offer, you’re wrong, and this guide to Cappadocia will give you a lot of good ideas.

8. . The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a natural wonder of the world for a reason. I know this is a very popular choice, and a lot of people talk about it in this way. The Grand Canyon might look like a big hole in the middle of the desert, but it’s also beautiful because of its sharp edges and deep cracks that look like they’re hiding the most important things in the world. Isn’t that the dream of every brave person?

9. Petra The Lost City

Petra is an old city that has been abandoned. It was an important place in history because it was at a crossroads between Egypt, the Arabian Peninsula, and Phoenicia. The city is carved right into a rock. When I first saw pictures of it, I thought, “This place looks like it was taken from an Indiana Jones movie.” In fact, it did!

10. Set a Foot in Antarctica

Antarctica is one of the most amazing places on Earth, and a lot of adventurous people want to go there. However, only a small number of people get the chance to do so. It’s always been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do, and I know I have to pass it at least once in my life. I’ve always wanted to kayak, hike, and explore the most unexplored part of our planet. I’ve also always wanted to survive in very cold weather. You might even feel like you’re on another planet. It’s all ice and rocks, and I was surprised to hear that some people choose it for their weddings.

11. Hike in Kashmir

The mountains are the best ones for telling stories. They keep the stories we read, the stories we dream about, and the stories we make up ourselves. A lot of them are hidden in the mountains of Kashmir. This is one of the few places I’ve actually been to on this list. I have to say that it’s one of the most amazing places I’ve ever been.

So, These were the most amazing travel destinations I want to see One day. I hope you find this post helpful and it makes you want to travel these destinations and visit these amazing places.

Happy Journey!

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