Ultimate Bucket List Ideas: 100 Things to Do before You Die

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There are many bucket lists out there. Not all of them are good. None of them are truly complete. But the majority is plain out boring. When I’m reading suggestions such as, “Invite a stranger for a cup of tea” or “Read a good book to the end,” something inside me is crying tears of embarrassment and disbelief. What’s the point of writing a bucket list when it’s filled with, well, ordinary day-to-day activities? If you’re looking for bucket list ideas that are a little bit more adventurous, have a look at the following. It’s a huge list of thrilling, exciting, and heroic activities that will one day leave your grandchildren speechless – and not bored. Get ready for the mother of all bucket lists; a bucket list so huge and inspiring that you will never ever have to read another bucket list again. Here’s our list of ultimate bucket list ideas: 100 things to do before you die.

Writing a bucket list can be massively rewarding. But why is it so important to create a bucket list? The reason is simple: when you draft your bucket list, you will automatically have to ask yourself how you intend to make the most of your life. It’s the omnipresent question that many seek to run away from. Instead of asking themselves how they can make good use of their time on earth, they rather waste their precious time with dull activities.

“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”
Eleanor Roosevelt

If you don’t have a clear idea about all the magnificent things you want to do before you die, you will always opt for television, the internet, and various other forms of mediocre entertainment or leisure activities. All these things will certainly keep you heavily entertained until the end of your life. But there will always be that nagging thought that you’re somehow missing out.

Don’t allow this to happen!

Life is what happens outside these ordinary moments.

Instead of wasting your time with the mundane, purse unforgettable experiences that make your life truly worth living. Always remember that the story about a football match you visited or a movie you watched at the cinema lasts no longer than 10 minutes. But the story of another remarkable experience that you’ve finally ticked off from your bucket list lasts a lifetime.

Bucket List Ideas: 100 Things to Do before You Die

Life is too short to waste it with shallow activities that are not even important to you. Write a bucket list, get these experiences under your belt, and you will never ever look back on your life with the slightest feeling of regret.

Table of contents

What is a bucket list?
Why create a bucket list?
How to create your bucket list?
Bucket list ideas

Once you’ve created an initial draft of your bucket list, you can begin pursuing all the unforgettable things you are dreaming of.

What is a bucket list?

A bucket list catalogs remarkable experiences and achievements you want to accomplish before you die. The list details dreams you want to realize, visions you want to implement and experiences you seek to explore.

Why create a bucket list?

There are many good reasons to create a bucket list. Perhaps the most important one is that having a bucket list will help you to give your life direction. Creating a bucket list shifts your attention away from what is unimportant to the things that really matter to you. Without the exciting goals and plans that emerge from your bucket list, you are more likely to end up living a mediocre life defined by boring routines.

At the same time, writing your bucket list is an important exercise that helps you to reflect on your life. It helps you to discover how you can make the most of your time on earth. By developing this kind of understanding, you can focus more on pursuing things that really matter instead of wasting too much time with unimportant activities.

As such, writing a bucket list gives you the opportunity to design a life that is centered on your personal goals and dreams. It’s an opportunity for you to break free of performance-based goals dictated by your job in order to readjust your focus on the vision for your personal life instead.

And that’s the beauty of having a bucket list. It will help you to create a blueprint for an exciting life, which motivates you to tick off one impressive item after another.

How to create a bucket list?

There are no rules when it comes to creating your bucket list. You can write your dreams and ambitions down on the most elegant paper – just as much as you can use a simple notebook for the list.

All you need is a couple of good ideas and some time to write them down. (An inspiring list of inspiring bucket list ideas can be found in the following). It may take a while until you’ve put all your dreams down in writing. But here’s the good news: A bucket list is always a work in progress. You can always add new items to the list or drop those that are no longer relevant.

Once you’ve created a draft of your bucket list, make sure to review it regularly. You will see that you will come up with more and more ideas as time progresses. Add these new items to your list and develop plans to accomplish every single item. The best list is of no use if you don’t pursue the exciting activities you’ve outlined in the list.

Bucket list ideas

1. Marvel at the vivid Northern Lights

There are many beautiful natural phenomena around the world. But none of them compare to the stunning and awe-inspiring light show of the Northern Lights – also known as Aurora Borealis. The spectacular dance of vivid colors in the sky is a phenomenon that you will never forget in your life. If it’s not already on your bucket list, consider adding it!

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Photo source: Greenland Travel

2. Explore ancient Egypt, especially the pyramids of Giza

The pyramids of Giza are monumental records of human architectural ingenuity. Erected several thousand years ago, the huge pyramids are the impressive remainders of an epochal civilization that maintained a stable culture for millennia. When standing in front of the colossal sight at the Giza Plateau, one cannot help but wonder how many decades it took to build these monumental forms.

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3. Stand on the equator at latitude zero

What does it feel like to be standing at zero degrees (0°) latitude at the outer edge of the southern hemisphere in Quinto, Ecuador? Well, you will be roundabout 2 pounds lighter than you normally are due to the decreased gravitational pull at the equator.

Photo source: Cayambe

4. Fly in a fighter jet if you’re an adrenaline junkie

Flying in a fighter jet is way crazier than many people assume. It’s like being stacked onto a rocket – surrounded by absolutely nothing but glass from your waist upwards. If you are used to flying on commercial airlines, you may find yourself incredibly helpless and exposed because you’re not sitting in the plane, you’re sitting on top of it. That’s what makes flying in a fighter jet so exciting but also thrilling.

Fighter jet

Photo source: Tech. Sgt. Brad Fallin

5. Be like James Bond and dive in a submarine

If you can spare roundabout $100, you can dive in a real submarine in Hawaii. There are also other submarine bases where you can explore the depths of the ocean, for example in the Maldives. Diving in a submarine is great for all those who always dreamt of this particular experience.

Submarine

Photo source: Z22

6. Hop into a sensory deprivation tank, if you dare

What’s so unusual about sensory deprivation tanks? Well, there’s no sound, no sight, and no other sensory input. You will be floating in a salt water saline solution in a pitch-dark tank. The solution is at body temperature, which makes it quite difficult to locate your limbs once you’ve floated for some time. This in itself wouldn’t be too unusual, if it wasn’t for the way your brain responds to the sensory deprivation: it begins to hallucinate. Strange things can happen when you’re in a sensory deprivation tank.

Sensory deprivation tank

Photo source: Floatguru

7. Get lost watching a meteor shower

If you’ve never seen a meteor shower, consider adding this impressive phenomenon to your bucket list. All you need to do is to have a look at the meteor shower peak dates in your location. (An excellent resource for this is EarthSky’s meteor shower guide). You will definitely not regret watching this spectacular event.

Meteor

Photo source: Joshua Tree National Park

8. Sleep in an overwater bungalow or water villa

For decades, advertising has confronted us with beautiful images of overwater bungalows surrounded by crystal-clear water of a remarkably turquoise color. But have you ever spend one of your holidays in such an overwater bungalow? Living in one of these houses feels as if you’re in paradise. And the best thing is that it takes only a minute or so to go snorkeling in the ocean. If you haven’t already been there, consider adding it to your bucket list.

Caribbean

9. Launch into space with Virgin Galactic

At the time of writing this, only 555 people have ever had the privilege of traveling into space. You can become one of them – at least if you have $250,000 to spare. If you do, a life-changing experience of unencumbered weightlessness and a spectacular view of Earth await you.

Spaceship

Photo source: Range Rover MENA

10. Dine in the sky

What could be better than eating delicious food in a sky table restaurant with an excellent view of the city’s skyline? It’s not even that expensive, especially when compared to #9.

Dinner

Photo source: Karlis Dambrans

11. Get your name in the book of Guinness world records

How can you get your name in the Guinness book? Break an existing Guinness world record or set a new record! If you’ve got an incredible skill you excel in, consider applying! Your record may not be set in stone for eternity. However, knowing that you’ve broken a world record that no one else could break for a certain time can be quite uplifting.

Guinness

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12. Have a ride with the world’s longest cable car ride

Tianmen Mountain – also known as Heaven’s Gate Mountain – is not only an incredibly beautiful mountain in China but also known for its cable car which spans over a distance of more than 4 miles (7 km).

Cable car

Photo source: John Philip

13. Sleep in a treehouse

You might not even have to travel very far to tick off the “spending a remarkable night in a treetop hideaway”-bullet from your list. In fact, there are many locations all over the world where you can rent a treehouse. As a rule of thumb, if there’s a really large forest close to you, chances are high there is also a treehouse. It’s a remarkably beautiful experience to sleep in one of these beautifully designed houses of wood, surrounded by nature.

Treehouse

Photo source: Maja Kokos

14. Chase a storm

While frightening to most, storm chasers take a great interest in severe weather conditions such as tornadoes and thunderstorms. The spectacular view of a storm unfolding right in front of you can be quite a remarkable experience – as long as the storm is far away from your house.

Storm

Photo source: Maxime Raynal

15. Visit the world’s longest glass skywalk in China

In 2015, the world’s longest skywalk opened in China’s Longgang National Geological Park. Not only does the glass-bottomed skywalk give you a breathtaking view of the impressive landscape but it also allows you to walk 2000 feet (700 m) above the rocks below. And in case you cannot make it to China, there’s always the option to visit the Grand Canyon skywalk in Arizona.

Glass walk

Photo source: Awesome places & things

16. Explore a ship or airplane wreck

Exploring an old shipwreck is a remarkable experience for scuba divers. Seeing those glorious vessels and mighty warships lying on the seafloor can be quite fascinating but also a little bit frightening.

Scuba divers

Photo source: Arnaud Abadie

17. Stand on the famous boulder between mountains

In Rogaland, Norway, there is a boulder that is stuck between two mountains located on the edge of Kjerag mountain. The boulder alone is an impressive sight but if you are a thrill-seeking daredevil, see if you have the confidence to stand on the boulder.

Boulder

Photo source: Scoundrelgeo

18. Swim in Devil’s Pool at the Victoria Falls

The so-called Devil’s Pool is a naturally formed rock wall on the outer edge of the Victoria Falls. It’s a pool in which you can swim right at the top of the Victoria Falls. And it’s only a couple of inches away from the cliff what makes swimming in this pool so exciting. You can even bend over the cliff to see the masses of water pouring down.

Devils pool

Photo source: Alan Restall

19. Dine in an underwater restaurant

Underwater restaurants can be found all around the world. But they all offer a surreal experience: eating and drinking underwater without getting wet. It can be quite magnificent to see fishes and sometimes even sharks swimming above and/or beside you while you dine.

Restaurant

Photo source: Charly Karl

20. Visit the ancient city of Petra in Jordan

There is an ancient Nabatean city in South in Jordan that can be accessed through a narrow gorge, known as the “Siq.” If you follow the gorge for a while, it will lead you into the city of Petra. It’s a remarkable city that is carved into the red sandstone cliffs that surround it.

Siq

Photo source: Susana Hajer

21. How about flyboarding?

If you’ve never heard about a flyboard: it’s perhaps the coolest water jet pack imaginable. The flyboard is a board connected to a watercraft that uses water propulsion to make you hover above water. If you haven’t tried it yet, this is a must-have on every bucket list.

Flyboard

Photo source: Visit central FL

22. Experience zero gravity in a Boeing 727

You don’t necessarily have to become an astronaut just to experience zero gravity. You can also book a flight on a modified Boeing 727 that operates weightless flights. The airplane takes a parabolic flight path – by flying up and down – show that zero gravity is created when the airplane is in freefall.

Weightlessness

23. Swim with crocodiles in the Cage of Death

If you’ve ever dreamt of diving with a crocodile, Australia has an incredible crocodile dive experience to offer for you. The Cage of Death allows you to dive face-to-face with the possibly most terrifying reptiles for up to 15 minutes.

Crocodile

Photo source: Marek

24. Attend the Pamplona bull run

You don’t necessarily have to participate in the running of the bulls. That’s incredibly dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Watching the spectacle, however, is quite impressive. The Pamplona bull run is the most popular run in Spain where true daredevils let themselves be chased by angry bulls.

Pamplona

Photo source: Btodag

25. Have a food fight in La Tomatina

La Tomatina is another fabulous festival in Spain. It’s basically nothing more than a really huge tomato fight Festival, leaving the entire town colored with red pulp.

Tomatoes

Photo source: Flydime

26. Visit all seven continents

Not many people can claim that they’ve been to all seven continents in this world.

World

27. Sleep under the stars in a remote location

The stars look far more impressive when you’re at a place where there is no unnatural light. And yes, sleeping under the stars is truly magnificent. Waking up in the middle of the night and seeing hundreds of stars hovering over you is a remarkable experience.

Stars

Photo source: Bureau of Land Management

28. Climb a volcano

Everyone’s climbing mountains but have you ever hiked an active volcano? Depending on the volcano, you might even be able to see the lava flowing.

Volcano

Photo source: Michael Perry

29. Relax in Iceland’s Geothermal Pools

There are numerous geysers and hot springs all over Iceland. What makes bathing in Iceland’s Hot Springs so special is the fabulous mixture of fire and ice. On one side you have geothermal activity that warms the springs. On the other side, you have cold ice. Enjoying these two in combination is quite spectacular.

Pool

Photo source: WT-en

30. Go cage diving with great white sharks

A cage diving experience brings you face-to-face with the ocean’s largest and toughest predator.

Shark

Photo source: Kalanz

31. Take a hot air balloon trip

Riding in a hot air balloon is quite different to flying an aircraft. You have a much better view all around you.

Balloon

32. Circle the world

Millions of people have flown from one end of the world to the other, but not many made a full circle around the entire globe. No matter if you go by ship or airplane, circling the world is quite adventurous.

Sailboat

33. Make a pilgrimage

Ever considered taking a journey in order to search for moral, spiritual, or religious meaning?

Pilgrimage

Photo source: Steve Jurvetson

34. Fly first-class or even in a private jet

Taking a one-time flight in first-class or even a private jet gives you that feeling of being incredibly rich and important. And who knows, maybe you’ll even fly with a celebrity or well-known CEO.

First-class

Photo source: Richard Moross

35. Disconnect from the Internet for one week/month

Disconnecting from the Internet and all other technological gadgets can be truly remarkable. It’s an information diet that can have a non-lasting effect on your life.

Disconnect

36. Pilot an aircraft

Who didn’t dream of piloting an aircraft as a kid? If you legally want to fly a plane, you’ll need to get a pilot’s license. However, there may be an opportunity for you to fly with an experienced pilot.

Cockpit

37. Jump into the fairy pools on the Isle of Skye

If you’re in Scotland, make sure to take a trip to the beautifully and vividly colored pools of water located on the Isle of Skye. (You can swim in these pools but the water is freezing even during summer).

Pools

Photo source: Daniel Stockman

38. Attend Burning Man festival

Centered in the middle of the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, the Burning Man festival attracts thousands of visitors each year.

Burning man

Photo source: Jennifer Morrow

39. Take a road trip with your best friends

If you’ve already taken a road trip with your best friend, consider doing another one just like you did in the “good old days.”

Road trip

40. Go scuba diving at the great barrier reef

Scuba diving at a coral reef alone can be quite impressive. But scuba diving in the world’s largest coral reef system is even more impressive.

Scuba diving

Photo source: Dirk2112

41. Watch newly hatched turtles head to the ocean

Some sea turtles can live more than 150 years! Become a part of this impressively long lifespan by being part of the first moments in a turtle’s life.

Turtle

Photo source: Claudio Giovenzana

42. Go on an adventurous safari

If you’re tired of going to the zoo, think about taking a safari to see all these majestic animals in their natural environment.

Safari

Photo source: Marjorie Apel

43. Attend a TED conference

If you’re a great fan of TED conferences, consider attending them in person. There might even be a conference really close to you. Attending these conferences is guaranteed to inspire you greatly.

44. Go wing walking on a plane

Wing walking is definitely not for the fainthearted. But the experience is the closest you can get to flying – besides skydiving. The wing walking experience is only for true daredevils but it will definitely be the ride of your life.

Wing walking

Photo source: Steve Linster

45. Be a background actor in a Hollywood movie

Have you ever dreamt of being in a Hollywood movie? It may not be possible for all of us to become famous Hollywood actors but you can still try to become a background actor. If you’re really keen on becoming a background actor, consider applying to as many background casting companies as you possibly can. There will be opportunities for you!

Hollywood

Photo source: Manfred Werner

46. Go to the end of the world in New Zealand

It’s the westernmost and southernmost spot in the world, hence the name end of the world. But there also other locations that are called the end of the road.

Sign

47. Go to Venice and ride a gondola

There’s no other place like Venice. When considering that the entire city is built on water, it’s quite incredible that the city has survived numerous floods. If you ever go to Venice, make sure to travel through the water canals with a gondola. Taking a ride with a gondola can be overwhelmingly beautiful.

Gondola

48. Sing in the rain

No one particularly likes rain when they’re busy pursuing their day to day activities. We almost always try to hide from the rain. Do the opposite on a warm day way you don’t have to go to work. Sing in the rain and enjoy the refreshing experience.

49. Watch a lunar eclipse

Watching the moon pass into the shadow of the earth is quite a remarkable experience. It’s even a little more exciting than a solar eclipse. It’s really unusual to see the moon slowly turning dark.

Moon

50. Take a skinny-dip (swim naked)

It’s guaranteed to be a totally different experience.

51. Celebrate New Year’s eve in Times Square

A great alternative is to celebrate it in Sydney. That way you’ll be the first to celebrate New Year’s eve.

52. Dance in a jazz bar in Chicago

Going to an original jazz bar will take you back to the 50s and 60s.

53. Book a helicopter flight

If you want an experience that is a little bit more thrilling than “just” a helicopter flight, keep your eyes open for aerobatic stunt flying experiences or tactical helicopter flying lessons.

Helicopter

54. Go to Pompeii – the city buried in volcanic ash

Pompeii, the ancient Roman city near Naples, is widely known as great parts of it were buried under volcanic ash when a nearby volcano erupted in A.D. 79.

55. Run a marathon or participate in the Ironman triathlon

If you like, run for a good cause.

56. Sleep one night in the Burj al Arab hotel

It’s perhaps the most luxurious hotel you can spend a night in.

57. Ride in a batmobile

This idea is especially for those who grew up with the classic Batman movies during the 80s and 90s.

58. Rent a race car at a racetrack

Driving a sports car with 80 mph is quite boring. Go to a racetrack and unleash the great power of a true race car.

59. Go zip-lining

There are many adventurous zip-lines but the ones in the jungles of Nicaragua and Costa Rica are especially thrilling.

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60. Go sailing the ocean

If you’ve never sailed before, you may not want to start with such an incredibly difficult task as crossing the Atlantic, unless you’re in really good company.

Sailing

61. Have the courage to live in a different country or a while

Immerse yourself in a completely different culture.

62. Walk behind a huge waterfall

There are some waterfalls where there is a cave behind it. Perhaps you’ll even find a treasure.

63. Go swimming with dolphins

It can also have therapeutic effects.

64. Take a boat ride in the Everglades

If you want to go with your entire family, you could also take a thrilling airboat tour.

Everglades

65. Take a sightseeing trip to the Taj Mahal

A stunning example of Mughal architecture, the Taj Mahal is not only one of the most impressive mausoleums but also an iconic symbol of India.

Taj

66. What about deep-sea fishing?

Prices start at roughly $40.

67. Go swimming in the world’s largest pool in Chile

It’s located in Algarrobo and the cost of construction of this 250 million liter containing pool is estimated to range around $1.5 billion.

Swimming pool

Photo source: Crystal Lagoons

68. Take a skydive

Skydiving is an integral part of numerous bucket lists.

69. Travel to Paris and leave a love padlock

What better way to celebrate your relationship than by leaving a love lock on a bridge in the city of love?

Padlocks

70. Plant a tree

There are three essential elements in every bucket list: write a book, have children, and plant a tree.

71. Go to a Mardi Gras Festival

If you’ve never been to one of these carnival celebrations, think about going to one.

72. Take part in a holi festival

Nowadays, you don’t even have to travel very far to attend a holi festival. They are celebrated in almost every larger city.

Festival

Photo source: Stephen Gerner

73. Walk on the Great Wall of China from beginning to end

The total length of the entire wall is about 30,000 miles (21,000 km) so be sure to plan some years to walk from one end to the other. Doing so will perhaps give you an entry into the Guinness Book of World Records, allowing you to tick off two items from your bucket list at the same time.

Great Wall

Photo source: Jakub Halun

74. Write a message in a bottle

Isn’t it exciting to imagine that there might one day be someone who will read your message?

75. Make your own wine by stomping on grapes

Or leave the winemaking to the experts and just stomp on those grades.

76. Climb South Africa‘s Table Mountain

Perhaps the only flat-topped mountain on this planet, the table Mountain is an impressive tourist attraction.

77. Celebrate the Festival of Light in Thailand

The moment when thousands of sky lanterns are launched into the air is quite stunning.

Festival

Photo source: Mith Huang

78. Conquer your greatest fears

There’s no point in running away from your fears. Confront what you are afraid of and never be bothered by it again.

79. Learn a foreign language

If you decide to live in another country for a while, think about fully immersing yourself in its language.

80. Donate blood regularly

There’s nothing to lose by donating blood but you can help others greatly with this kind act.

81. Take a tour through Googleplex

If you’ve ever wondered how it is like to work at Google, take a tour through their amazing headquarters.

82. Take a white water rafting tour

Taking a white water rafting tour is a thrilling thing to do, especially with your friends.

Rafting

Photo source: Kamimoku

83. Watch every single James Bond movie

There are around 24 James Bond movies out there, depending on how you count.

84. Go to Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is a 15th century Inca city located on a mountain.

Mountain village

Photo source: Pedro Szekely

85. Go for a bungee jump

Perhaps not as adventurous as taking a skydive but still quite exciting.

86. Spend a night in a beautiful castle

If you’ve ever wondered how it feels like to be a king or queen, sleeping in a castle is a must-do for you. In fact, there are many castles you can sleep in for an affordable price. Treat yourself to this royal experience!

87. Stand in front of the awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel

While you’re there, be sure to explore everything Vatican City has to offer.

88. Sleep in a haunted house, if you dare

Obviously, this bucket list idea isn’t for everyone.

89. Try to stay awake for 24 hours

Staying awake for 24 hours can be quite difficult but once it’s accomplished, you’ll sleep like a baby.

90. Spend one entire night at the beach

This bucket list idea is another fantastic way to enjoy the marvelous night sky.

91. Go to Stonehenge

Stonehenge is perhaps the most widely known prehistoric monument in England. Constructed more than 4000 years ago, it’s awe-inspiring and leaves you wondering how it was constructed.

92. Write your own book

If writing a book is nothing you’re interested in, have a look at bucket list idea #93.

93. Direct your own movie

This one is obviously a lot more difficult than writing your own book. But all it takes to direct your own movie is a good script, a good camera, video editing skills, and perhaps even some good actors.

94. Drink the best beer at the Oktoberfest

The Oktoberfest is the world’s largest folk festival with more than 6 million visitors each year.

95. Go to comic-con in a costume

This bucket list idea is especially for everyone who’s interested in comics, video games, movies, and science fiction.

Comic-con

Photo source: Pete Sheffield

96. Attend the Brazilian Carnival

The Brazilian Carnival is a great alternative to the already addressed bucket list idea of Mardi Gras.

97. Tell your boss what you really think of him/her

Perhaps you should leave this one out of your bucket list.

98. Rent a limousine

It’s not even that expensive if you rent it with all your friends.

99. Go paragliding in the mountains

This bucket list idea is a lot less intense than skydiving and becoming a wing walker. But paragliding gives you the opportunity to actually enjoy the marvelous environment.

100. Explore the Amazon

The Amazon rain forest spans across nine nations and has numerous marvels to offer.

I hope you enjoyed this collection of the best bucket list ideas and the numerous things to do before you die.

Stay victorious!


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6 Comments

  1. Seeing the Northern Lights and staying in an over water bungalow are definitely on my lists. I had no idea you could dine in the sky, that sounds really interesting. I could imagine all the people dropping their phones trying to take selfies lol.

    ~Lea

  2. I’ve seen a few things in my life that is stated above: Holi Festival and Sight seeing at Taj Mahal are among them.

    And seriously, I got surprised when I saw a few things. A lot of the pictures made me afraid like standing on the famous boulder in the between the mountains, but however it seems to be adventurous.

    Thanks for sharing this amazing list, Steve.. 🙂 🙂

  3. Your Comment
    At least I have experienced ten things on this list and I must say it’s one great bucket list to tick from. The best for me was a game safari. #42

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