Nature Lovers Should Add These Locations to Their Travel Bucket List ASAP

If you have a travel bucket list that you’re passionate about fulfilling before that bucket is finally kicked, it’s worth making sure that it’s full of the right kinds of places. Sure, everyone wants to go to Rome and Paris and New York City, but what about the world’s stunning natural locations? Those are the places that often get left off bucket lists, but you shouldn't fall into that trap. If you're a lover of nature, here are the locations that should be added to your bucket list ASAP.

Iceland

Iceland is a relatively small island way up above the rest of Europe, but you can get there pretty affordably these days. You can explore the mountains and landscapes at your own pleasure, or you can take a tour alongside a local who know what they’re doing.

Lapland, Finland

Lapland is not just a place for parents to take their kids when they want to visit Santa Claus. It’s also one of the most captivating winter landscapes on the face of the Earth. There’s something incredibly enchanting and appealing about the way in which everything seems so quiet and untouched when you’re in Lapland. If you’ve never been to Finland, this is the best place to start.


Dorset, Great Britain

Dorset is simply beautiful. Most people view it as the most picturesque and visually appealing parts of Great Britain, so if you’ve never been there before, it’s about time you changed that. The Jurassic Coast lives up to its name; you can take an entire weekend exploring it and walking the hills above the coast. Durdle Door is a particular highlight worthy of exploration.

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Tegucigalpa is the capital city of Honduras. It has plenty to offer that most major cities offer and you can stay in the Tegucigalpa Marriott Hotel, but you need to venture out of the immediate city centre zone if you want to make the most of the natural aspects that the area has to offer. The main attraction in this regard is La Tigra National Park. It’s an ecological preservation, and you can find all kinds of wildlife, as well as beautiful waterfalls there.

The Amazon Rainforest, Brazil

The Amazon Rainforest is, of course, the most famous and most visited rainforest on Earth. People from all around the world come here to see what all the fuss is about, and you probably should too. It’s not for the faint of heart, so make sure you’re cut out for trekking through the rainforest; the conditions can get pretty torrid at times and it’s not easy. But it is always stunning to look at and delve into.



The world is an incredible place, and each of these 5 travel destinations prove that to you in an immediate and unignorable kind of way. If you want to truly see why the world is so incredible and so beautiful first-hand, these are the kinds of places you should be heading too sooner rather than later. You certainly won’t regret it.


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