Everyone yearns to visit certain bucket list holidays more than others. There’s a certain allure that places a destination in your mind and it never leaves.
You always have that urge to visit those places and dream of the time you will spend exploring the sights. These destinations can be on our minds for years, it’s just down to us to visit them!
Here are my top 5 bucket list destinations, one may raise a few eyebrows!
The city of Seattle, Washington, is nestled away in the north-west corner of the USA.
The stunning city is full of glimmering skyscrapers, including one with a flying saucer on top ?.
The quality that sets Seattle apart from other cities for me, is not its skyscrapers, it’s the surroundings. The city is completely surrounded by turquoise waters, emerald mountains, and lush evergreen forests just begging to be explored.
Within the city itself lie thousands of open green spaces making Seattle a haven for lovers of the outdoors and nature. I haven’t visited the city yet, but I know Seattle would easily be a city I could live in.
As bucket list holidays go, this is a weird one I know.
With everything that North Korea is involved in at the moment (the closest thing to nuclear war since the Cold War, in case you’ve been under a rock), you’re perfectly within your rights to question why the country is on my list.
The simple answer is that I’m just so curious about it. Now, I know curiosity killed the cat, but It’s literally the most isolated country in the world.
Foreigners are only allowed to enter after strict checks. Once in the country, you can only move about while being escorted by guides who watch your every move.
So few people have visited the country and we know so little about it that I think it would be the most eye-opening trip that I’d ever been on.
I’ve always admired South Africans; I’ve met many in my life and I’ve always liked them a lot.
My physics teacher and my favourite swim coach were both South African. Not only are their accents epic, but I always felt a kind of ‘no bullshit’ attitude emanating from them, which I love.
Coupled with having great people, the country itself is beautiful as well. Now, I know the country is not without its problems.
But despite these problems, many millions of tourists travel to the country due to its epic scenery and culture.
Towering over Cape Town you have the world famous Table Mountain, and within the country’s grasslands lie some of the best safari experiences available in the world. This is the location I would want to do a skydive!
With its bright city lights, ancient traditions, great sushi, and advanced technology, Japan has always intrigued me.
Tokyo is the largest city in the world and contains some of the most technologically advanced features in the world.
Take The Bullet Train, this travels the length of the country at 200mph. Toilets in hotels will talk to you and put on a water display. The subway is super efficient (but super crowded), the people have amazing manners, and the nightlife is insane – check out the Roppongi district.
Outside the bustling cities lie the Japanese countryside that is full of history and culture. Thousands of shrines and temples are dotted throughout the country accompanied by its majestic mountainous terrain.
Antarctica is the one with the penguins! I so badly want to go on a trip to this continent that I’m looking up cruises now!
Whats better than visiting the region of the earth that is the least visited by humans and the most pristine.
Here you see mother nature in all her glory; penguins darting in and out of the water, whales chasing their prey, and seals flopping around on icebergs.
I mean honestly, what is better?!
The main ways to see this continent are by cruise or air. On a cruise, you will likely be on an icebreaker that will navigate through the many icebergs and crash through the sea ice to take you to the action.
There are my top 5 bucket list holidays, what about you? Do you have any that may knock some of these off my list?