2019 Destination Bucket List


It’s impossible to see everything the world has to offer. Even the most experienced travelers aren’t able to visit every single destination. Because of this fact, it’s difficult to pick which ones to prioritize. Keep reading to find out what places to put on your itinerary for this year. From typical tourist destinations to locations that are up-and-coming, this list offers a great starting point for your upcoming travel plans.

Explore Kenya

Kenya is one of the most popular countries to visit in the continent of Africa. The country is full of expansive savannahs and iconic African wildlife. It’s one of the best places to embark upon a wildlife safari. In places like Amboseli National Park and Lake Nakuru, visitors enjoy the natural setting and views of wildlife like elephants and flamingos. Kenya also has a lot to offer for hiking fanatics. Mount Kenya is the second tallest mountain in the continent, and it is a popular hiking spot.

Check Out Antarctica

The continent of Antarctica is one place that many people consider to be unattainable. However, this is definitely not the case. Visiting Antarctica is a different type of travel, but it is accessible nonetheless. There are numerous cruises and expeditions which offer travelers the chance to check out the icy continent. Visiting the coldest place on Earth offers tourists the opportunity to see breathtaking glaciers and ice caps. Not to mention, the chance to catch a glimpse of Arctic animals like penguins, polar bears, and walruses.

Experience the North

Heading all the way to Antarctica isn’t the only option for people hoping to experience the cold weather. Countries like Norway, Sweden, Iceland, and Canada have just as much to offer. Head to one of these chilly countries to experience the splendor of the Northern Lights and the starry skies. Be sure to put the cities of Churchill, Svalbard, and Reykjavik at the top of your travel itinerary this year.

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the most iconic locations in the United States. Grand Canyon National Park is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site. It also offers some of the most awe-inspiring views, fun hikes, and campgrounds. It’s not too far from several bigger cities, so day trips are an accessible option. There’s also the option to stay right near the canyon, in hotels or campgrounds close by. There are plenty of guided hikes available starting at the North and South rims of the Grand Canyon.

Visit the Taj Mahal

Another iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Taj Mahal is an architectural masterpiece. It was built in the 1600s as a mausoleum for the emperor’s wife. The Taj Mahal not only houses her tomb, but it also includes a mosque and a guest house inside. The property it’s set on is just as aesthetically pleasing, featuring well-manicured gardens and a calming reflecting pool. The Taj Mahal is an incredible embodiment of India’s history, art, and culture.

Trek in the Himalayas

The Himalayas are one of the most significant mountain ranges in the world. Home to the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, they’re the perfect destination for adventure lovers. Head to Nepal to experience incredible views of the mountains. The city of Kathmandu is particularly famous. It’s also the departing point for most Himalaya hikes.

In conclusion, there’s only so much traveling that can be done in one year. Focus on a couple of particular destinations or places you’ve always wanted to go. That’s the ideal way to make the most of traveling and experience the best of what the planet has to offer.


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