3 Amazing Locations You Need to See Before You Die
The entire world has been focused on bucket lists for the last couple of years. Finally, we’ve all had a wake-up call.
Clearly, there’s a need to figure out our place in the world and get to do everything we want to before we die.
Travel and destination seeking have been among the most popular additions to bucket lists since so many people have been stuck at home.
These are the three top locations you should try to visit, and why they’re so fantastic.
Travel Should be On Your Bucket List
Although travel is an expensive cliche to some people, it’s an important thing to have on your bucket list.
It allows you to see the world beyond your front door.
We all would like to feel more connected to everyone else out there. This human connection is only possible through travel.
Beyond this, travel allows us to have experiences that aren’t possible in our own daily lives. From cities full of deer to world-famous waterfalls.
There’s a lot to see out there.
So the next three bucket list ideas have a popular answer, an uncommon but fun answer, and a location most people don’t know exists!
For a bucket list item that allows Americans minimal travel, Niagara Falls are one of the most incredible views you can take in.
They’re astonishingly large and loud, with the thundering crash of water being something you can feel in your chest as you approach the falls.
Just make sure to bring your own poncho, as buying one on-site can be expensive.
The Scottish Highlands
If you want more breathtaking natural formations, the Highland region of Scotland will make you feel like you’ve vanished into a fairytale.
From the beautiful cliffs to the endless gorgeous water from the ocean to the loch.
Regardless of whether you travel with a group or alone, you’ll fall in love with every view.
In addition, this area’s deep and luscious culture is intoxicating. It’s easy to find yourself wanting to come back time and time again.
Nara Park, Japan
Deer are majestic creatures who symbolize nobility and purity in most cultures. In Japan, just a couple of hours outside of Tokyo is Nara.
Known as Nara Deer Park, there’s a large area of this city that has twice as many deer as it has people
These deer are incredibly friendly and curious about people, and beyond this, they’re gorgeous to look at and interact with.
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Anyone can feel like a Disney princess just interacting with all of the deer. The entire city and country are fantastic to explore.
This location should be on everyone’s bucket list.
View as Much of the World as You Can
Getting out and seeing the most of the world is extremely important to broaden your understanding of the world we live in and the people who live with us.
So travel and get to know the world, and you won’t have any regrets.
Do you have any places to add that need to be seen before you die?
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Nancy Polanco is a freelance journalist, lifestyle content creator, and editor of Whispered Inspirations. She is a proud Mom to Gabby and Michaela, and wife to Darasak. They all share her insatiable wanderlust, enjoyment of good food, and sharing their adventures with the world. Nancy is a contributor to the Huffington Post, TODAY’s Parents, and an Oprah Magazine Brand Ambassador.