You will never know until you start travelling
Travelling has always been my passion and writing about travel during this pandemic is quite sad. Since we can’t or rather shouldn’t travel until further notice, I decided to write down my travel bucket list.
Travelling has taught me to ask people for directions.
You can’t go to a foreign land and look up directions to everything on the internet. Actually, you can; you absolutely can. Still, I don’t think it’s the best thing to do. I think it’s best to ask people for directions. Travelling bucket list is important as it keeps reminding you to travel more and more and for a longer period of time. The only problem with the bucket list is growing faster than I can tick off the destination.
Fancy and lavish destination places are not my favorite. My bucket list is about travelling to authentic locations with historical significance and exploring more about the world.
So Here Goes My Bucket List Which Will Include All Sorts Of Places From Remote Islands Without Electricity And Constructing My Own Hut To Travelling To The World’s Coldest Countries. Some Places I Told You Rest Is Surprised.
Ile Des Deux Cocos
These islands have been my bucket list for a very long now. It’s a total paradise for someone who absolutely loves that clear blue spread of water. Crystal clear water, fine and porous sand particles, and green trees lining the beach, that is every day in Mauritius.
Clear blue warm water will surely provide you with the best definition of the beach. Mauritius is considered to be a paradise for many especially for people who love to take a stroll in the white sandy beach. You can visit some of the most spectacular beaches such as Trou aux Beach.
Pods of dolphins – both Bottleneck and Spinner – are often spotted on the west coast of the island in the area around Black River, Mauritius. The Black River District – or Riviere Noire – extends from the capital city of Port Louis in the north to the Le Morne peninsula in the south.
Visit Sandy Fine Beaches and Crystal Clear Water
Swim With Wild Dolphins At Le Morne
See Wildlife in Mauritius
Scuba Dive/Snorkel/Water Activities
Visit Mauritius Finest Rum Distillery
Check Out TheWaterfall
2. Chadar Treck in Ladakh
Experience the walking over the frozen river-facing various challenges. ChadarTreck in Ladakh is the thrilling experience one can have. Open only during the winter season, i.e. – January- February, the trek takes place at the Zanskar River which gets freezes and gets covered with a thick blanket of snow. During the trek, one can enjoy the canyon shape valleys bestowed with a thick blanket of snow.
Location: Zanskar River, Ladakh
3.Scuba Diving in Andaman
Deep clean blue water and gorgeous marine life make it a magical place. The marine life of Andaman is a lifetime experience to explore which is worth an adventure trip to have. From scorpion fish and octopus to Sharks and Coral Reefs, there are many things that you cannot lose to miss. Some of the diving sites in Andaman are- The Wall (Havelock Island), Clinique Island (Port Blair), and Fish Rock (Passage Island).
4.Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh
Jumping from the height of more than 83 meters which is roughly 273 feet and hanging in the middle of the sky and ground is a thrilling to experience one must enjoy. For those who never heard about bungee jumping, it is an activity that involves jumping from the tall structure connected with a large elastic cord on your hips allowing you to have a free-falling experience. However, you need to be fully fit to conduct this adventure activity to avoid any physical injury.
Understandably, planning a trip to Paris is hard. Just when you think you’ve seen everything the city has to offer, you find new attractions, new cafés, or new markets to explore. There are layers to this city — which is partially why I love it so much.
Most travellers seem to visit Paris for around three days before moving on. They see the highlights, snap some photos, and move on.
6.Hot Air Ballooning in Jaipur:
If you’re an adventure junkie and want some enthralling experience along with safety concerns, then hot air balloons over the desert of Jaipur is an adrenaline adventure you must go for. Once you get into the hot air balloon, you’ll enjoy the adventure of floating along with the winds. Admire the bird’s eye view of the Pink City and get absorbed into the colors of this city. Watching Hidden palaces and historical from the top angle will surely mesmerize you.
7.Surfing in Goa
While in Goa, you cannot miss the Banana Surfing which is the most thrilling water sports in Goa. Challenge yourself by surfing in the immaculate waves of Goa beaches by sitting on the Banana surfs. If this is your first time, you will be easy-to-follow instructions for surf experts. Learn the skills and get on to the boards to fight against the lashing water of Goa beach.
One of the most significant archaeological sites of Greece and Athens, in particular, lies right in the middle of the Greek capital’s city center and stands as a true example of ancient Greek culture and excellence
9.Cycling in Munnar
Munnar is blessed with enchanting beauty with zigzag roads offering the best view of lush green hills. Venture into Madupatty tea estates and admire the beautiful view of Kundala Dam and Anamudi Chola near Anamudi National Park. Cycling in this location is the best ever experience you can have.
10.Gulmarg Gondola Ride
Known as the world’s highest cable car, the Gulmarg Gondola ride is the most fascinating adventure one can experience. During the ride, one can enjoy the enigmatic view of the snow-capped landscape blessed with pine trees. It’s a delight for photographers. There are two-stage Gondola lifts carrying 600 per hour starting fromKongdooriMountain.
You’ll find beaches, volcanoes, Komodo dragons, and jungles sheltering elephants, orangutans, and tigers. Basically, it’s paradise. It’s likely you’ve seen an image of Bali on social media at least once in the past seven days, as it’s such a popular bucket list destination for 2019.”
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