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The Adventure Travel Bucket List is often the most exciting of all lists. I mean who doesn’t wanderlust about exotic beaches or seeing great sights in Europe.

We want to help you learn about places around the world that need to be on your Adventure Travel Bucket List. Some of these places you may already know but we hope to share with you many new and undiscovered places that will amaze you.  Discover all the places you should see and visit before you die.

You can see our Adventure Travel Bucket List by CLICKING HERE & enjoy the many blog posts below!

Funny But True Things About the Rickshaw Run

Funny But True Things About the Rickshaw Run

About 10 years ago, a group of crazy people calling themselves ‘The Adventurists’ created an insane 14-day Bucket List adventure race – The Rickshaw Run. Essentially, they created an adventure where participants drive a 3-wheeled Tuk Tuk (a tricycle with an engine) across all of India.  The catch? Well, no one knows what will happen during the race or if they’ll even make it to the finish line.  If you are crazy enough to enter this insane adventure race, you will battle the 1.2 billion people and 140 million vehicles in India while…

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5 unexpected holiday destinations that should be on your bucket list

5 unexpected holiday destinations that should be on your bucket list

Everyone should have a bucket list and on that list there should be some amazing holiday destinations you’d love to visit. But how do you decide what locations will make your list? The world has so much to offer – you’ve got to choose your favourites, based on what you love doing. To help, we’ve picked five destinations we don’t think you’ll be expecting. Hopefully, some will make your bucket list. Check them out: Isles of Scilly An archipelago off…

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The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

People are often asking me how I learn about these crazy adventures, experiences, or places to travel that are on my Bucket List.  Well, the internet of course! I not only scour the internet but I subscribe to numerous travel and adventure blogs out there to learn about the world.  That is how I found out about The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge! The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge is the brain child of  travel blogger, Stephanie Fox.  Aimed at rounding up 2016 and…

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The Bucket List Guide to the Taj Mahal

The Bucket List Guide to the Taj Mahal

The Bucket List Guide to the Taj Mahal “Since we are going to be India for the Rickshaw Run, we  should probably see the Taj Mahal. I mean it is on my Bucket List and I can’t imagine coming back to India just to see the Taj.” This was my conversation with Darcee and pretty much everyone I had talked to before leaving for my epic India Rickshaw Run.  It was as if one of the most recognizable buildings in the…

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A Bucket List Adventure Race – The Rickshaw Run

A Bucket List Adventure Race – The Rickshaw Run

Merriam-Webster defines an “adventurer” as someone who likes dangerous or exciting experiences; a person who looks for adventures! Well there is no doubt that in creating the Bucket List Project several years ago, I have sought out adventures of all types. I would spend hours scouring the internet, reading about the experiences of other “adventurers.” Many of these adventure activities and travels were typical to a person with wanderlust. However, there is one adventure that caught my eye and has totally stoked the…

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The Bucket List Guide to the Thailand Lantern Festival

The Bucket List Guide to the Thailand Lantern Festival

On the evening of the full moon of the 12th month (November) of the Thai lunar calendar, the city of Chiang Mai celebrates The Thailand Lantern Festivals of Loy Krathong and Yi Peng.  It is an experience that should be on everyone’s Bucket List.  Hopefully the Bucket List Guide to the Thailand Lantern Festival will inspire you to attend this amazing festival of lights. The Bucket List Guide to the Thailand Lantern Festival: Loy Krathong and Yi Peng  When is it? The city…

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The Bucket List Guide to Iceland – Part 2: Iceland’s Outdoor Adventures

The Bucket List Guide to Iceland – Part 2: Iceland’s Outdoor Adventures

As I shared in my previous article, The Bucket List Guide to Iceland – Part 1: Reykjavik, Iceland is a land of unbelievable adventure, great food, and amazing beauty!  I felt an overwhelming sense of discovery everywhere I went. I couldn’t shake the feeling that every time I saw a waterfall, the coastline, or some other unbelievable landmark, it was as if I had never seen anything like it before. I went to Iceland in April of 2015 to complete 3 Bucket list items:…

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The Bucket List Guide to Iceland – Part 1: Reykjavik

The Bucket List Guide to Iceland – Part 1: Reykjavik

In April of 2015, I decided that Iceland was my next major bucket list destination!  But why?  Why would anyone, who dislikes the cold as much as I do, want to travel Iceland?  Easy, I was on a mission to complete 3 Bucket list items: 95) See the Northern Lights (aka: Aurora Borealis) 134) Swim in the Thermal Blue Lagoon in Iceland  130) Eat weird things:            #17) Harkal (Fermented Shark Meat) – Iceland   Though I failed seeing the Aurora Borealis, what…

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Where have I been?

Where have I been?

Where have I been? More like where haven’t I been! Here is a map of all the places the Bucket List Project has travelled in my 40 years of life and it only covers 11%. Oh well, I guess it just means that I need to start travelling more! On a positive note, I have been to 4 out of the 7 continents and I will have added India which is a big section of Asia to the map by mid January! So where should I go…

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My 2016 Summer Bucketlist Plan

My 2016 Summer Bucketlist Plan

I think I need to take a little walk! Every year around mid January, I sit around and contemplate about what I want to accomplish in the coming year, especially with my Bucketlist project.  I compare what I have been wanting to do versus what is going on in my life.  Then I make out a very raw outline (as seen at My Hopes & Goals of 2016) and share it with everyone.  Personally, I love it when I finally “figure…

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