For those who consider themselves avid travelers, you probably have a bucket list of places as broad as the horizon that you would like to explore. Due to the limits of time, it is impossible to visit them all. So here is a list of destinations everyone should visit at least once to experience as much as they possibly can of what this beautiful planet has to offer.
Running below Guatemala are three tectonic plates. The friction present between the plates is what results in various landmasses as well as the 37 volcanoes that Guatemala is home to. Due to the presence of all the geothermal activity, there is also a vast array of hot springs.
Once you’ve seen a theme park, you’ve pretty much seen them all. So why not go to the absolute best one there is? There are 5 Disneyland’s situated all around the globe and a few more Disney owned theme parks which makes you very much spoilt for choice. It is recommended that the time one needs to explore the theme park in its totality is as much time as you can possibly spare.
Lapland, a province situated in the northernmost region of Sweden is home to the Ice hotel. Aside from a perfect opportunity to test your body’s thermoregulatory capabilities, this place offers a once in a lifetime experience of being able to watch the Aurora Borealis, more commonly known as the Northern lights. This beautiful display of lights can be described as nothing short of a phenomenon. The ideal time to witness this is from August through to late April in the winter months. That’s not all though. Included on the agenda is the usual namely skiing, snowboarding, and riding of snowmobiles. Also, explore some things a little more out of the ordinary such as dog sledding, reindeer spotting, and ice sculpting.
Great Barrier Reef
The Ocean is a vast expanse. A place we could only wish to explore in its entirety. Miles and miles of water separating one living creature from the next. There’s hundreds of different types of hard and soft corals to many kinds of colorful fish, turtles, sharks, dolphins, and starfish at the Great Barrier Reef. It gives but a mere taste of what lies beyond but it’s the best hope tourists have of really experiencing the deep blue sea.
The first human to journey into outer space was Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin on the 12th of April 1961. Neil Armstrong was the first man to step on the moon on July 20, 1969. Since then advances in space travel have been made. Government organizations and private companies all want a piece of the pie and an excessive amount of money has been put into the space travel program. Soon enough space tourism could be a real thing. So why stop at Earth? If you’re lucky enough to have the opportunity, go to space, it’s a place where very few people have gone before. It is sure to be the opportunity of a lifetime.
At the end of the day, each and every adventure will be something great for anyone and it is up to them to decide where their adventures ultimately lie.