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Life is all about experiences, and especially if you want to live the internet lifestyle, you’ve got to start making a list of places to go to and experience for yourself and your family. More like a bucket list!

My mentor David Wood actually lives the internet lifestyle, living in the mountains of Costa Rica.

When you watch this video, you’ll realise how he’s been able to craft a lifestyle based business which gives him the time freedom and financial freedom to travel where ever he wants to.

So while I was doing this research for my bucket list, I stumbled upon this really awesome list of places on the THRILLOPHILIA blog, written by Pritha Rajkhowa.

1. Great Wildebeest Migration, Kenya

The Wildebeest Migration, is one of the “Seven New Wonders of the World” and also known as The World Cup of Wildlife. If there is a safari you should go on, this has it be it. The Maasai Mara and the Serengeti National Park together form what no other reserve or park in Africa can! It is incredible, it is magical, it is indescribable and it is a must!


2.  Whale Watching Hervey Bay, Australia 

The whales are on their way to the Fraser Coast and you should be too! Not to be overly confident, but when it comes to soul-stirring, up close whale watching, there’s no place like Hervey Bay.  The stunning intimacy of these gentle giants will truly take your breath away, leaving you with amazing pictures and even better memories.


3. Microlight Flights Over Victoria Falls , Zambia

The so-called ‘flight of angels’ is undoubtedly the most breath-taking way to see the magnificent Victoria Falls in all their glory, and to get those picture postcard panoramic photos you have always dreamed of. This is also a great way to see the Zambezi River as it leads up to the Falls, as well as the formation of the spectacular gorges that are carved out below.


4. Kakslauttanen Igloo Village, Finland

Off the highway to the Arctic Sea, this unique nature resort surrounded by forest is 6 km from Urho Kekkonen National Park and 35 km from Ivalo Airport.

Cozy log cabins and pine-built igloos come with fireplaces and saunas; some have kitchens and free-standing tubs. A traditional Lapland house, snow igloos and glass-ceilinged igloos are also available. There are no TVs; some igloos have bathrooms in separate buildings.


5. Gorilla Trekking, Uganda

No other wildlife encounter in Africa matches the astounding experience of spending time face-to-face with wild gorillas. Trekking takes place in a handful of far flung locations, adding a layer of exotic adventure to these safaris that is hard to match on any other itinerary.

The fact that gorillas as a species are on the brink of extinction and treks are a highly restricted activity, encountering wild gorillas is considered a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience.


6. Giraffe Manor, Kenya

Giraffe Manor is a small hotel in the Karen suburb of Nairobi, Kenya which, together with its associated Giraffe Centre, serves as a home to a number of endangered Rothschild giraffes, and operates a breeding programme to reintroduce breeding pairs back into the wild to secure the future of the subspecies.


7. Cruise to Niagara Falls, Canada


8. Swimming with Crocodiles, Australia


9. Swimming with Blue Whales, Sri Lanka


10. Camping in Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan

At Wadi Rum Night camp you will taste delicious traditional Jordanian food, made by the camp’s private chef. Enjoy your dinner in one of our luxury tents, or have your food served outside under the beautiful Wadi Rum desert sky. A wonderful experience you will remember for lifetime.


11. Fly Over Skeleton Coast, Namibia

The Skeleton Coast is the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean coast of Namibia and south of Angola from the Kunene River south to the Swakop River, although the name is sometimes used to describe the entire Namib Desert coast. The Bushmen of the Namibian interior called the region “The Land God Made in Anger”, while Portuguese sailors once referred to it as “The Gates of Hell”.

The name Skeleton Coast was invented by John Henry Marsh as the title for the book he wrote chronicling the shipwreck of the Dunedin Star. Since the book was first published in 1944 it has become so well known that the coast is now generally referred to as Skeleton Coast and is given that as its official name on most maps today.


12. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza pyramid complex bordering what is now El Giza, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact.


13. View From Trolltunga, Norway

Trolltunga is one of the most spectacular scenic cliffs in Norway. Trolltunga is situated about 1100 meters above sea level, hovering 700 metres above lake Ringedalsvatnet. The view is breathtaking. The hike starts in Skjeggedal and goes through the high mountains, takes 10-12 hours (23 km in total to Trolltunga and return) and the ascent is about 900 meters. It is a long and hard hike.

The hike is usually possible to do from mid-June, depending on when the snow melts in the mountains. Normally one can hike to Trolltunga until mid-September. Consider carefully whether you are in good enough shape and have the right equipment before setting out. There is no mobile phone coverage along the route.


14. Surfing, Australia


15. Skydiving, Dubai


16. Northern Lights, Norway

It is often said that the northern parts of Norway is the best places in the world to see the northern light. If we are to be honest, that is only partially true, as the lights can be just as visible from destinations outside of Norway. But few countries can rival the vast selection of activities, tours, cruises, restaurants and hotels which all play an important part in this arctic experience.

On a very basic level the northern lights are quite simple to explain. The lights come at night when the sky is dark. It’s like a celestial ballet of light dancing across the night sky, with a colour palette (green, pink, violet) reminiscent of a really cool fashion show from the 1980s.


17. Camp at Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

There are several routes by which to reach Kibo, or Uhuru Peak, the highest summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, namely, Marangu, Rongai, Lemosho, Shira, Umbwe and Machame.

Being one of the most popular mountains in the world, roughly 30,000 trekkers every year try to reach the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro.

According to research published by the Climb Kilimanjaro Guide, the average summit success rate across all climbers and routes is 65%. However, summit success rate heavily depends upon what route is climbed as routes vary considerably in terms of acclimatization profile and duration.


18. Stay in Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Zimbabwe


19. Hot Air Ballooning, Turkey 


20. Ice Climbing, Colorado


21. Bungee Jumping, Zambia


22. Kayak Through Mexican Waterfalls, Mexico


23. Witness The Buffalo Roundup, South Dakota


24. Floating Lantern Festival, Thailand

Loi Krathong is a festival celebrated annually throughout southwestern Tai cultures, (Thailand, Laos, Shan, Tanintharyi, Kelantan, Kedah and Xishuangbanna). The name could be translated as “to float a basket”, and comes from the tradition of making krathong or buoyant, decorated baskets, which are then floated on a river.

Loi Krathong takes place on the evening of the full moon of the 12th month in the traditional Thai lunar calendar; hence, the exact date of the festival changes every year. In the Western calendar this usually falls in the month of November.


25. Train Ride Through Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

The Tunnel of Love (Ukrainian: Туне́ль Коха́ння, Tunel Kokhannya) is a section of industrial railway located near Klevan, Ukraine, that links it with Orzhiv. It is a railway surrounded by green arches and is three to five kilometers in length. It is known for being a favorite place for couples to take walks.


26. Dine at Ithaa, Maldives

Ithaa is the world’s first and only all glass undersea restaurant Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Hotel – Ithaa undersea restaurant. Enjoy cocktails, lunch or dinner at Ithaa Undersea Restaurant Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Hotel – Ithaa Undersea Restaurant.


27. Ride in Gondola, Venice

Venice gondola rides are without doubt the number one must-do experience in Venice. Gliding through serene waters, while serenaded by your gondolier, against the stunning backdrop of Baroque buildings is an experience you won’t soon forget.


28. Pamplona Bull Run, Spain


29. Fly With The Flyboard, Dubai


30. Slide Down The Atlantis Slide, Bahamas


So are you ready for some adventure? Do you have more ideas for your bucket list? Share your favourite places below.

Here’s a video of one of my mentors (who’s done over $200 million in online sales). I’m always amazed by how he’s able to live a life that’s super productive & and purposeful. Watch this video.


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