8 Vacation Destinations To Add To Your Bucket List
Whatever a vacation looks like to you, be sure to add these eight destinations to your bucket list.
10:53 27 September 2021
A vacation means something different to everyone. To some it means a solo trip spending time doing exactly what they want when they want. To others, it means a romantic vacation with their significant others. Perhaps to you, it means a trip with your kids, extended relatives or just your girl or guy friends. Whatever a vacation looks like to you, be sure to add these eight destinations to your bucket list.
If nothing gets you more excited than lying on a beach enjoying the tropical weather, you will love a trip to the Bahamas. While you can fly there, cruises from Florida are a fun way to get to this destination. Instead of being cramped in a tiny airplane, you get to enjoy the space, food and entertainment that comes along with taking a ship to this exotic destination.
2. Disney World
Do not think that you will only enjoy this destination if you have kids. While there is something special about seeing your children enjoy this magical place, this theme park is built for kids and adults alike. Spend your days enjoying the rides, food and entertainment at one of the four theme parks: Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios.
The city of love is a fantastic destination for couples looking for a trip filled with romance. However, this city is also great for solo travelers and groups who enjoy delicious food, fashion and visiting world-famous landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower, Seine River and the Louvre.
4. Iowa State Fair
While this midwest state may not be the first place that pops into your mind when you think of a vacation, do not overlook all it has to offer. The Iowa State Fair has ranked the number two destination for summer activities in the nation by USA Weekend.
This fair boasts an abundance of musical entertainment, contests, animals, rides and a new variety of delicious food every year. New foods featured in 2021 include peanut butter and fluff cookie dough, bacon mac dog and a Flaming Hot Cheeto funnel cake.
5. Grand Canyon
Visit one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World in Arizona. The Grand Canyon is a magnificent sight to see, measuring up to 18 miles wide and 277 miles long. You can come for an afternoon and walk around the top of the canyon.
If you are more adventurous, you can hike into the canyon. You can plan a day hike or even spend the night in the canyon. Just avoid planning a trip during the summer months when the temperatures can get very high. You do not want anyone suffering from dehydration on your trip.
If you cannot get enough chocolate in your life, this next location is for you. Hershey, Pennsylvania offers a number of chocolate-based sites, including the Hershey Gardens, Hersheypark and Hershey Story Museum. Book your overnight stay at a local hotel for the full experience, such as The Hotel Hershey or Hershey Lodge.
Also known as the "family-friendly Vegas," Branson, Missouri is full of activities for all ages. Take it easy at the Coconut Cove or experience the Kalani Towers' freefall drop at the famous Silver Dollar City's White Water Park; it was even named one of the best outdoor water parks in the nation by USA Today.
If you cannot get enough of musical theater, visit the Sight and Sound Theatre. This location is famous for clean productions that the whole family can attend. It boasts nearly one million visitors a year.
Aspen is the perfect destination for those who love winter sports. No matter how experienced you are at skiing, Aspen has a slope for you to try. In fact, there are four famed ski spots surrounding this city. Plus, this town prides itself on a number of extravagant resorts to stay at.
Whether you prefer to relax or go out during your vacations, there is something for everybody at these eight destinations. Add them to your bucket list so the next time you need to plan a trip, you know exactly where to go.