Growing up and being a typical kid, we would always find ourselves on making list on things that we want to do or jobs that we are going to be. Most probably we were all had picture ourselves to be a doctor, teacher or a policeman. Those days are over, we are adult now and we can no longer imagine ourselves as a doctor (for those who did not end up as a doctor I mean). But it does not mean we can’t make a list on places where we want to go.
I have compiled 7 places that should make in to your “Places that I want to go” List.
1) Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Yellowstone National Park, the famous park that was featured in movie 2012; that big volcano the one that gave the pickle eater guy goosebumps. There’s geysers and superb postcard-ish view. This are is huge which could only mean one thing, you will need more than 3 days to fully capture and experience everything.
Source: Yellowstone National Park
2) Venice in Italy
Stunning architecture. Mysterious passageway And of course, the canals. Venice is one of the most alluring cities in the world-the type of place where, as a visitor, you’ll welcome getting lost (as you inevitably will). Relax in Piazza San Marco, take a moonlit gondola ride or taste the onginal Bellini at Harry’s Bar. Or just wander. No matter where you go, you’ll find history, beauty and romance.
Source: Venice Italy
3) Giza Pyramids in Egypt
An experience you will never forget. These pyramids are huge and standing next to them just takes your breath away. Just to think, you are standing were someone worked 5000 years ago is mind blowing. This is very taunting and there are always people around you. Just be careful of the tour guides, who will try their hardest to get to you. There are 70% who are genuinely their to do proper business but the others are their to get a quick buck and leave a negative impression. If you go here, make sure you head towards the desert for an unforgettable view.
Source: Pyramid of Giza
4) Northern Lights in Iceland
This was an item from my bucket list and will never forget how amazing this was. The first night you will went out, you’ll get to see the lights. For the light tour you are able to book the following day for the tour without additional cost. The lights were out and put on a great display for you. If you are lucky you might also saw two shooting stars which was the icing on the cake.
Source: Northern Lights Iceland
5) Cliffs of Moher in Ireland
Its a must visit when you come to Ireland. You can park for much cheaper at pull outs for parking and still walk to the main area. The first day on the tour you get to do the touristy thing. It was so much better to do that. Loved the hikes. Truly breathtaking views.
Source: Cliff of Moher
6) Canaima National Park in Venezuela
Angel Falls itself is amazing and cannot be described by words, but a trip to the falls comes with visits to other smaller, yet also charming waterfalls, and is an experience that can only be described as pure adventure! Any photos that you take will make good screensavers or desktop backgrounds and the memories you will make there with your local guides will be priceless! To get there safely and to secure the best lodging and tour guides on the ground in Venezuela, I highly recommend booking travel through Angel-Eco Tours. Asides from making safety their number one priority, they also price their tours reasonably and run their business operations with honesty, making the beauty and awe of Angel Falls (and other attractions in Venezuela) accessible to all who are interested.
Source: Canaima National Park
7) Petra in Jordon
Every person should visit Petra once in their lives, it is truly astounding how this city was built millennia ago. If you are relatively fit you can do the main sights all in one day (we took about 6 hours to do the main trail (Treasury, Great Temple, Theatre, Royal Tombs) and the walk up to the Monastery (which is a must, its fantastic). Also do not think you need a guide, particularly if you want to try to fit in as much as possible in the day, all the major sights have info boards that give you the background on what you are looking at.
Source: Petra Jordan