Destinations

The World’s Ultimate Bucket List for 2018

Laine Fullerton

Flight Network has assembled a diverse collection of hidden gem locations and exhilarating activities from every stunning corner of our planet in their new World’s Ultimate Bucket List.

And while we’d happily pack our bags and tackle this list, we’re tied down at home by our dog.

Dog GIF via Giphy

For those that aren’t, the list contains the best destinations and experiences for avid travellers in 2018.

To create the list, Flight Network consulted with over 800 of the world’s leading travel journalists, agencies, bloggers and editors.

So here it is – the World’s Ultimate Bucket List for 2018:

1. Take a wildlife safari in Africa

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2. Embark on an expedition to Antarctica

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3. See the Northern Lights

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4. Trek to Machu Picchu

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5. Sail the Galapagos Islands

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6. Lose yourself in the streets of Paris

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7. Stay in an overwater bungalow

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8. Gorilla trekking in Central Africa

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9. Explore otherworldly Iceland

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10. Go island hopping in Greece

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11. Visit the Grand Canyon

12. Explore Western Cape

13. Dive and snorkel The Great Barrier Reef

14. Walk around the ruins of Angkor Wat

15. See the Taj Mahal

16. Tour vineyards in Bordeaux

17. Sleep under the stars in the Sahara

18. Experience amazing Bali

19. Take a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia

20. Take an Alaskan cruise

21. Visit the Pyramids in Egypt

22. Swim with whale sharks

23. Soak up city life in the Big Apple

24. Visit Petra

25. The Great Wall of China

26. Volunteer at an elephant sanctuary

27. Trek to Mount Everest base camp

28. Ignite your senses in Tokyo

29. Visit New Zealand’s south island

30. Drive the Great Ocean Road

31. Visit the Amazon Rainforest

32. The Canadian Rocky Mountains

33. Hike through volcanoes in Hawaii

34. Explore the Australian outback

35. Swim in the Dead Sea

36. Soak in The Salt Flats in Bolivia

37. Visit Tiger’s Nest

38. Watching polar bears roam

39. Visit The Mayan Ruins

40. Take in the astonishing Victoria Falls

41. Walk around historic Havana, Cuba

42. Take a slum tour in India

43. Soak up the sun in Sydney harbour

44. Marvel at nature on The Na Pali Coast

45. Ride The Glacier Express

46. Take in the sights in Rome

47. Watch a centre court match at Wimbledon

48. Drink a beer at Oktoberfest in Germany

49. Stay in an ice hotel

50. Experience Rio de Janeiro’s carnival

For more information on each experience, go here.

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