International bucket list destinations

International Bucket List Destinations

When you look to book a vacation, what’s the first thing you think of? It might be a white, sandy beach with clear waters, or maybe a gorgeous view of the snow-capped mountains. Perhaps experiences are more what you’re after – partying and mingling with the locals or trying new cultural experiences. Regardless of the experience you’re after, there are certain places we can all agree are worthy of a bucket list. We’ve gathered our favorite international bucket list destinations to share with you. From the cautiously adventurous to the fix for adrenaline junkies, we’ve got you covered.

International Bucket List Destinations

Torres del Paine National Park in Chile

As far as international bucket list destinations go, this National Park in Chile definitely leans towards the adventurous side. If you enjoy roughing it in the outdoors and truly appreciating what Mother Nature has to offer, you’ll love this trip idea. We recommend doing some research before booking this trip, as the weather can be too extreme for travelers most of the year. We promise the views will be worth the extra planning!

Sunrise at Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Add witnessing the sunrises at Torres del Paine National Park in Chile to the bucket list.

This park is known for the multi-day treks, with a group of travelers hiking across the rugged Chilean wilderness. You can choose from a 2 to 8 day program, with a guide, transport, accommodations, and equipment all included. You can also choose to experience these unforgettable views on horseback! Hiking on the edge of monstrous glaciers and beautiful sunsets over the lagoon will be sights you won’t soon forget.

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system – it’s over 1,400 miles long!

Next up, we’re going down under. Down under the water that is! Queensland, Australia is home to the largest and healthiest coral reef system. Although the Great Barrier Reef is one of the main reasons travelers flock to Australia, there is plenty more to see.

You can start off your diving adventures with the “Blue Outback”, with more than 1,400 miles of reef to explore, before moving on to purpose-sunk shipwrecks, sandstone formations, and even sightseeing above the water as well. Australia is absolutely iconic for its diverse and impressive wildlife.

Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania

Of all the international bucket list destinations on your radar, this one just might be one of the coolest. For those of us that love hiking, being able to say you’ve conquered not only the highest mountain in Africa, but the tallest freestanding mountain on earth? You would definitely earn yourself some serious bragging rights! For more information on the hike, visit ClimbingKilimanjaro.com for a comprehensive climbing guide with all the details you’ll need.

Want to climb the tallest freestanding mountain on earth?!

The guides that will accompany you have more than 20 years of experience and a 96-98% success rate of safely guiding clients to the top of the mountain. In the link above, there is also more information on how fit you should be before planning to do this multi-day hike and how you can work on preparing beforehand. Check out the video below for more info!

Eco Tours in Borneo

The adrenaline rush of climbing a mountain is hard to top (hah, no pun intended!), but to appeal to the nature lover who’s also drawn to animals, we couldn’t leave this one off the list. Borneo is rich with culture and opportunities to see unique wildlife, like orangutans and pygmy elephants!

Orangutan sightings in Borneo

There’s plenty of good reasons why Borneo makes the list of international bucket list destinations!

Eco Tours is an established, licensed tour operator focused on a sustainable agenda. Not only do they offer a wealth of information about traveling to Borneo, they are also focused on conservation. Some of their most popular tours are centered around the destinations in the region that are integral to Borneo conservation efforts. This group aims to not only help the environment, but also to do less harm.

Caminito Del Ray in Spain

We saved the most adventurous suggestion for last! Caminito Del Ray is fondly known as Spain’s most dangerous hike. This is a feat fit for only the daring and slightly insane, due to the extremely narrow paths complete with random holes and narrow steel beams. Yes, there are points where you would have to walk across only a steel beam.

Considered one of the wonders of Spain, the Caminito was originally created in the early 1900’s for transporting material and people between two power stations in the area. Tickets can be reserved online here. Keep in mind, this rendezvous is not for the faint of heart. If you find yourself in Spain and aren’t up for this challenging hike, GetYourGuide.com has plenty of suggestions for other things to do in beautiful Malaga, Spain!

We hope the above options for international bucket list destinations have gotten you excited about booking your next trip. If you need any assistance with vital records when planning your travel, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at VitalChek. We wish you a fun and exciting trip!

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