Everyone has that dream holiday destination, be it an ultimate relaxing beach holiday or active ski adventure holiday. Here are our top 10 things people want to experience in their lifetime:
1. Seeing the Northern Lights
The best chances of seeing The Northern Lights is in Iceland or Norway. Many people wish to see the Northern Lights and witness the sky lit up with hypnotising flashes of greens, blues, purples and pinks.
2. Going to Machu Picchu
The fascinating ruins of Incan civilization, many head to the Peruvian Andes to experience the majestic “Lost City of the Incas”.
3. Seeing dawn at Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming offers wonderful scenery and good chances of seeing wildlife such as coyotes, wolves and bears. Dusk and dawn are the best times to catch sights of wildlife at Yellowstone National Park.
4. Sunrise at the Great Wall of China
Imagine watching the sun slowing rising up against the backdrop of the majestic Great Wall of China, a definite once in a lifetime experience!
5. Penguin watching in the Antarctica
Many have travel dreams to see penguins in the Antarctica. The trip itself would be a true voyage for those who venture to the glacial surroundings of the Antarctica.
6. Discovering a secret beach in the Seychelles
Who wouldn’t want to discover their own tropical paradise island? There may be those who wish to live life as their own Robinson Crusoe!
7. Great Barrier Reef
Go scuba diving or snorkelling in the world’s largest coral reef in Australia. The Great Barrier Reef is so large, that it can even be seen from outer space and has been named one of the great natural wonders of the world.
8. Serengeti Migration
Each year sees thousands of amazing wildlife begin the movement across the vast plains from Tanzania to Kenya. It is a phenomenal sight to see the rush of wildebeest journey across the landscape of East Africa.
9. Egyptian Pyramids
Instantly recognizable, the Great Pyramids of Giza is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and is enveloped in rich history. The pyramids are particularly impressive when you think that they were built all by hand with heavy blocks of limestone.
10. Victoria Falls
Located between Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls is the world’s largest waterfall at 360 foot tall and 5,600 foot wide. Catch spectacular sights of Victoria Falls from Devil’s Pool on Livingstone Island.
Any of these take your fancy? What travel dreams would you add to this list?