Everyone loves to travel. Sometime they have a lot of money saved to go on these crazy, memorable vacations that last for a lifetime. The travel bucket list, as most would call it, is a must have even if you’re less than 30 years old. Well, add these places on the list before it’s too late.
1. The Galapagos Islands
One of the most famous wildlife-watching destination in the world. It pretty much explains natural selection, a theory by Charles Darwin, when people are on the islands. The individual also goes face-to-face with strangely fearless and curious animals, which can be scary.
2. Tour Patagonia
A landscape of imagination filled with myth-laden memoirs and a storied exploration site. Some of the famous individuals such as W H Hudson, the Welsh setters, St Exupery and Bruce Chatwin experienced life changing journeys. Still so much to do within a beautiful landscape if you like to hike and explore.
3. The Amazon
The Amazon is a 4,400-mile river and 2,600,00-square mile basin, draining rivers and streams in eight countries (Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana and Suriname). It is the largest forest in the world with more than 30,000 plant species, 1,800 fish and 1,300 bird species. A must visit location, especially those into the wildlife.
4. Whale Watching
When it comes to whale watching, no one forgets their first time living through that experience. Life may never be the same again as it has become a common activity to do. More than 13 million people go on whale watching trips, and they will have that memory for a long time.
5. Dive The Great Barrier Reef
One of the seven wonders of the natural world, the Great Barrier Reef supports 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 types of mollusc. The reef is also home to whales, dugongs, turtles, reef sharks and dolphins. Divers and sailors love going through this reef as a way of finding their own South Sea paradise.
6. Set Foot On Antarctica
Located at the end of the earth, Antarctica is a place no man has ever stay on. Only accessible from November to March, the land around it has no villages, towns, or habitation bar, which is the odd research station. It is incredibly cold as it should be, but over the years had melted ice coming to the north. Put on a coat, extra gloves, and strong boots to survive this adventure.