Did you know that taking vacations can lower men’s risk of death by 21% and help women to have a lower risk of heart disease? If you have the adventurer spirit and love to travel and explore new places but are overwhelmed on where to go next, you are in the right place. We’ve put together these travel bucket list ideas to help you plan your next adventure.
1. Great Pyramid of Giza
This pyramid was built over 5,000 years ago and it is one of the biggest pyramids in the world. If you are ready to admire human engineering and construction then a trip to check out this symbol of the Egyptian world should be high on your bucket list.
The pyramids were created as tombs for some of the pharaohs, to aide in their transcendence into the afterlife. There’s nothing like riding a camel through the desert and checking this out with your own eyes.
2. The Colosseum
This is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, making it another sight to add to your bucket list. If you are into cool things to try then this is a perfect place to explore and visit.
The Colosseum is an example of engineering during the Roman empire. Nowadays, it is still one of the largest amphitheaters in the world. There is so much history inside these walls where some of the most brutal gladiator fights used to take place.
3. The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is in northern Arizona. There are millions of people that visit the Grand Canyon every year to admire its beauty.
You can take a helicopter tour, do a backpacking trip, or even camp out there for a few nights. If you choose to camp you will need to apply for a free permit and make sure you are prepped with enough water and supplies like clutch axes because you never know what you will encounter in the great outdoors.
If you are into hiking then climbing the highest mountain in Africa might be right up your alley.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest freestanding mountain on earth. In other words, it is the highest mountain that isn’t part of a mountain range.
You can join the 20,000 people that climb up the Kilimanjaro every year.
5. Mount Rushmore
Around three million tourists visit Mount Rushmore every year. It is in South Dakota and it is one of those sculptures that you have to see to understand the size and beauty of it.
If you love learning about American history then this is a must-see attraction complete with a museum, narrated tour, and restaurant.
Now You Are Set With These Travel Bucket List Ideas
As you can see there are plenty of travel bucket list ideas out there. Which one of these adventures are calling your name first? Now you have new things to try and have the opportunity to create lasting memories.
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