2023 Travel Bucket List

No doubt that traveling is a significant factor in self-discovery, going out of your comfort zone and character development, and most importantly having fun while you’re doing it.


Asia is a diverse continent with many vibrant cultures, different languages, and religions, a great place to enjoy good food, friendly people, amazing architecture, and natural wonders. Make sure to visit the following destinations and beautiful sights.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

A beautiful Buddhist temple complex which was built in the 12th century, dedicated to Vishnu for the Khmer Empire with marvelous architecture.

Bali, Indonesia

Bali is the destination for every kind of traveler, you can chill on the beach, trek up some mountains, or discover a unique culture. Bali has something in store for you, the island of the gods with gorgeous sunsets, perfect surf spots, impressive waterfalls, and beautiful temples, many visit Bali for self-discovery, and to practice Yoga and mindfulness activities.

The Himalayas

A once in a lifetime trekking journey in the beautiful mountains that stretch over five countries: Bhutan, China, Nepal, and Pakistan, each with unique views.

Bangkok Grand Palace, Thailand

Bangkok’s Grand Palace is the official ceremonious home of the Thai royals, the grounds are full of shrines and Buddha statues, including the great relic to Thai Buddhists. Don’t let the crowds of tourists stop you from exploring the beautiful palace.

Cruise through Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Ha Long Bay is situated in Northern Vietnam, made of a collection of 1,600 islands translating as ‘descending dragon’. Try Kayaking through the craggy islands and eating fresh seafood on deck to complete your Asia traveling bucket list.

Zip Wire through the jungle on the Gibbon Experience, Laos

Zip Wiring between treehouses in Nam Ka National Park and spy elusive gibbons during your time in the misty Laos rainforest.

The Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar

A captivating site in Myanmar’s capital, Yangon, is Shwedagon Pagoda. This 99-meter gold stupa can be seen from all around the city. You can visit any time of the day and at night when the gleaming religious site is particularly mesmerizing. Ancient legend says that a hair from the Buddha resides inside.


Europe is a destination that should be on everyone’s travel bucket list, age-old cities filled with beautiful galleries, stunning landscapes, and gorgeous beaches, whether you’re planning a weekend in Paris or a tour around the continent these are the places you shouldn’t miss.

Big Ben, London, United Kingdom

The Elizabeth Tower, more commonly referred to as Big Ben, is one of the most iconic landmarks in London. Built in 1858, the copper-embellished clock is joined to the Houses of Parliament and is often a tourist hotspot.

Buckingham Palace, London, United Kingdom

Home of the King of England (and many other UK sovereigns since 1837), Buckingham Palace is one of the best spots for your ultimate Europe bucket list. A luxurious residence with around seven hundred and seventy-five rooms (nineteen open to the public).

Eiffel Tower, Paris, France

The Eiffel Tower in Paris is a famous French landmark everyone knows and is a must on our Europe bucket list. Climbing to around three hundred and twenty-four meters, the iron lattice tower was originally built in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution.

St Peter’s Basilica, Rome, Italy

Beautiful Italian church designed entirely in the Renaissance style, making St Peter’s Basilica one piece of 17th-century architecture you simply cannot miss on your trip to Rome.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

The slanted bell tower climbs to around sixty meters and took over two hundred years to complete. Enjoy the beautiful place, take mandatory pictures, and spend some time exploring the neighboring beautiful Pisa Cathedral.

Ancient City Walls of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia

The series of stone walls, interrupted by forts and towers, were built during the Middle Ages to defend the city of Dubrovnik.

Alhambra, Granada, Spain

Granada’s gorgeous Alhambra is a red clay palace and fortress complex that dates to the mid-13th century after the establishment of the Nasrid Kingdom and the construction of the first palace by the founding king Mohammed ibn Yusuf Ben Nasr, better known as Alhamar. A breathtaking landmark stretching to cover around seven hundred and forty meters of land.

Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany

After its destruction in 1989 approximately one mile of the original wall remains as a memorial of the border between historic West Germany and the GDR.

Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

The castle, built in the 19th century, was commissioned, and paid for by Ludwig II of Bavaria but ended up never being used. The extravagant palace is open to the public, explore a piece of gothic fabulousness.

Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic

The bridge stretches over six hundred meters in length and is covered with stone statues. Wandering this extraordinary piece of Gothic architecture and fulfill your Wednesday Adams fantasy.

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey

A unique multicultural landmark. Hagia Sophia has been used as a Greek Orthodox Cathedral, a Roman Orthodox Cathedral, an Imperial Mosque, and a museum. Currently, it is repurposed as a mosque.

North America

Hiking in the Colorado Rockies, USA

Impressive 191, to visit the Rocky Mountains enter via the eastern entrance at Estes Park and drive the Trail Ridge Road for dizzying views and hiking jump-off points aplenty.

The Northern Lights in Alaska, USA

The beautiful northern lights are due to electrically charged particles reacting to various gasses in the atmosphere.

Volcanoes in Hawaii, USA

A picturesque setting sprinkled with a dangerous side. The most active volcanoes of Hawaii, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, are on The Big Island.

Niagara Falls, USA

Situated on the USA and Canada border, the cascading wonder of Niagara Falls is one of the most interesting places to visit in America. Characterized by three sections: the Horseshoe Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and the American Falls.

Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, USA

More than 2,500 terrazzo stars are embedded in the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street – monuments to the people – fictional and real – who have helped shape the Hollywood we know and love today.

Savannah’s Historic District, USA

Tucked into a compact area of 4 km, Savannah’s grand dame Historic District pays testament to the fact that this was America’s first planned city.

The Empire State Building, USA

The Empire State Building is the one etched into New York’s soul. Whizz to the top for 360-degree views of Manhattan, the Hudson, and beyond.

The Colonial Architecture in Charleston, USA

Ready to live your cinematic daydreams? The Southern charm of Charleston features in many famous films, such as “The Notebook”. One of the best-preserved colonial cities in America, Charleston is much more than a hip-twisting dance style.

Washington, D.C., USA

Contains amazing American landmarks. The White House, Lincoln Memorial, and the Washington Monument are just some of the patriotic structures in this wonderful urban area.

Take the cross-Canada train from coast to coast, Canada

‘The Canadian’ gives you views of lakes, prairies, mountains, and the Pacific, and you can stop off and explore as you take the journey. It takes over 5 days if you travel non-stop, but you should stop off and explore the likes of Jasper, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and Saskatoon on your journey.

Whale-watching on Vancouver Island, Canada

explore the deep blue and see these magnificent creatures explore their home from your boat. Pure magic.

Toronto Edgewalk, Canada

The world’s highest hands-free external walk on the CN Tower, with views across Toronto. Make sure you also cycle around Lake Ontario, visit the Royal Ontario Museum and Casa Loma, enjoy a microbrewery tour, and take a picnic at High Park.

Latin America

Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia

Formed from the drying up of vast prehistoric lakes, the shimmering Salar de Uyuni is a breathtaking sight. Spanning over 10,000 square kilometers (4,000 square miles), these salt flats stretch for as far as the eye can see.

Galápagos, Ecuador

Visit the Galapagos Islands to enjoy seeing the giant tortoises surrounded by mist and fog, sharks swimming in deep blue waters, and sea lions playing along white sandy beaches. The lack of predators in the Galapagos means that its iconic wildlife is far from shy when it comes to human visitors. There is plenty to see and do on the islands, from birdwatching on Española Island to volcano trekking on Isabela.

The Inca city of Machu Picchu, Peru

As one of the Seven Wonders of the World, it’s no surprise that Machu Picchu is one of Peru’s main tourist draws. This lost Incan city sits on a mountain ridge northwest of Cusco, 2,400 meters above sea level.

Patagonia, Argentina, and Chile

Patagonia spans both Argentina and Chile, with each side offering dramatic landscapes, breathtaking mountain peaks, and glacial blue lagoons. Both regions are ideal for hiking, and both offer something slightly different. In Chile, UNESCO World Heritage Site Torres del Paine boasts a myriad of colorful grasslands backdropped by three imposing peaks. The diverse environment here is worth exploring – deep turquoise lagoons, snow-capped mountains, and verdant forests all add to this region’s charm.

The Iguassu Falls, Argentina, and Brazil

Sitting on the border of Argentina and Brazil, the Iguassu Falls is one of the most spectacular sites across Latin America. The scale of the Falls is enormous, with 275 waterfalls cascading over almost three kilometers of the Parana River.


Botswana, Southern Africa

Botswana is one of the top safari destinations in Southern Africa. The Okavango Delta region and Chobe National Park offer some of the best wildlife viewings on the planet, especially during May and September. Make sure to visit Chobe National Park, Khama Rhino Sanctuary, The Central Kalahari Game Reserve, and The Great Makgadikgadi Pans.


Egypt has captured the imaginations of travelers for centuries. Home to incredible temples and tombs, it’s full of historical treasures, excellent scuba diving, and the famous Nile River.


Home to the Great Migration in the Masai Mara, Kenya’s other national parks won’t disappoint animal lovers. Visit Amboseli to see Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance or go on a road trip to Lake Nakuru, covered with thousands of flamingos. Besides its sun-soaked lands, Kenya is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. Learn about Swahili history and visit ancient tribes to learn about their centuries-old traditional customs. Make sure to visit; Diani Beach, Hell’s Gate National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Lamu Island, Nairobi Elephant Sanctuary, Tsavo National Park, Watamu Marine Park.


The fourth largest island in the world, it boasts lush rainforests with winding hiking trails, curious lemurs, towering baobab trees, and a mish-mash of cultures from various corners of the Indian Ocean. Make sure to visit; Andasibe Mantadia National Park, Ile Sainte Marie, Isalo National Park, Queen’s Palace at Antananarivo, Ranomafana National Park, Royal Hill of Ambohimanga, Tsingy de Bemaraha Reserve.


Morocco is a destination that has enchanted visitors with its colorful markets full of intoxicating scents to the breathtaking Sahara desert – it’s unlike any other country in North Africa with its linguistic, ethnic, and cultural variety, take your time to explore the country. Try glamping in the desert, wander around the beautiful blue houses of Chefchaouen and visit the beautiful imperial cities.