By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

The 35 Best Places To Travel In 2015… Now I Have A Major Dose Of Wanderlust.

Do you have a bucket list? Have you made plans for all the things you're going to do before you're too old and tired to step foot on a plane, let alone climb a mountain or attempt to dive deep into a cave?

If so, get out your travel/life plans as well as an eraser - you're going to want to make some room for these amazing places on your to-do list.

#1. Haiku Stairs of Oahu in Hawaii, United States

This steep hiking trail has a total of 3,922 steps - the views will help ease the burn of your quads and glutes.

#2. Santorini Island, Greece

Santorini is known for it's beautiful coastal views and white homes speckling the steep shoreline - when you think of Greece, this is likely what comes to mind.

#3. Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon divided into an upper and lower part. Both are incredibly beautiful, and offer a unique challenge to photographers hoping to catch the sunlight at the perfect angle.

#4. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

This is Croatia's most popular tourist attraction, as well as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It's not hard to see why: The lakes, lush greenery, and plentiful waterfalls are absolutely stunning.

#5. Palawan Island, Philippines

Palawan is an amazing tropical oasis, full of fishing villages, exotic plants, and tons of wildlife. There is also a famous shipwreck located off the coast of the island, which is a very popular spot for divers.

#6. Petra, Jordan

This ancient city is actually carved out of sandstone, and was lost to the Western world for hundreds of years. In 2007, it was named one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.

#7. Positano, Italy

Considered Italy's most picturesque town, the stunning coastline and gorgeous architecture have earned it the title of "Jewel of the Amalfi Coast."

#8. Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina

This amazing glacier is located in Los Glaciares National Park. It's over 19 miles long, and the third largest reserve of fresh water in the world.

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