Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

20 Exciting Travel Experiences To Add To Your Bucket List.

#6. You know what's more exciting than swimming at a hotel pool? Going caving and glowworm watching in Waitomo Caves in New Zealand!

Discover one of the most beautiful creations Mother Earth has to offer by booking a tour to the Waitomo Glowworm Caves. It's one of New Zealand's most extraordinary attractions. Once you enter the caves, you'll be welcomed by a display of tiny living lights that radiate in the subterranean depths of these ancient caves.

#7. How would you like to wake up from a much-deserved nap with a stunning view of the rice terraces at the Camaya Bali Bamboo House in Bali?

It’s stunning views like this one that reminds us how fortunate are we to be able to experience the world and the wonderful things it has to offer. Don’t forget to pack your camera, because you’ll want to take a million pics to treasure these memories forever.

#8. If you’re traveling to Russia, then you must make it your life mission to stop by the ancient sacred Lake Baikal.

Also known as the world’s oldest freshwater lake, this stunning body of water is so crystal clear, you could very well see about 40 to 50 meters deep into the lake. The place is so big, it’s often mistaken for a sea.

#9. Up for a heart-pumping and thrilling adventure? Then go foiling in Oahu, Hawaii. You won’t regret it.

Foiling is the latest rage when it comes to water sports. It’s very similar to kiteboarding. This new hobby is also described as a “combination of tactical sailing and a high-performance action sport." Sounds a bit complicated, right? But don’t sweat it just yet! All you need is an hour and a half lesson to learn the tricks of the trade. If you’ve always wanted to try surfing or paddleboarding, well, now’s your chance to give this fun sport a try!

#10. There’s only one place where you can legally climb a redwood or a sequoia tree and it’s exhilarating as hell!

You can dangle up from 1,000-year-old trees and make your way among thick branches in this stunning forest in Northern California’s Santa Cruz Mountains. If you decide to hop on this excursion, Tim Kovar, who’s the founder of Tree Climbing Planet, suggests taking a deep breath and focusing on reaching the top. Once you reach the crown, majestic views await.

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