Life can get very repetitive: you work, you go to sleep and do it all over again. That's why we love travelling, right? This is the ultimate jetsetting bucket list - even if it's not in the budget right now, you can always dream! First up? An African safari. Nothing like seeing these majestic animals in the flesh.
The Burning Man Festival happens once a year and attracts tens of thousands of people from all around the world. It takes place in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, and is all about self-expression and self-reliance. Each year organisers choose a theme, so every festival is different.
This festival is held once a year before Lent and is considered the biggest carnival in the world with 2 million people per day on the streets of Rio De Janeiro. This colourful and vibrant festival dates all the way back to 1723! If you like salsa dancing, loud music and being a part of the most famous party in the world then this is your jam.
If you love wildlife this place is for you. It boasts a unique landscape, from beautiful white beaches to black volcanic rocks, and animals native to the archipelago. Swim with sea lions and tortoises or hike and kayak around the islands to take in the beauty!
Rub shoulders with celebrities, enjoy the great shopping, food, and perv on all the uber-rich on their super-yachts...in between the smell of burning rubber, the screams and the noises of the million dollar cars. This is sure to get your blood pumping!
If you're planning a trip to Los Angeles then attending a basketball game is a must! Grab yourself a beer, some tater-tots and a hot dog and enjoy being amongst a vibrant passionate crowd. Definitely a place for star spotting too, with Rihanna and Gigi Hadid amongst the team's celeb fanbase.
The world heritage site of Machu Picchu is set high in the Andes Mountains of Peru and has to be seen to be believed. The Incan citadel was built in the 15th century and later abandoned...and its original use remains a mystery!
The northern lights is a popular bucket list spectacle. Finland is the best place to view the northern lights as they're visible around 200 nights a year. To get there you can cross-country ski, take a snowmobile or go via a sled dog tour!
Times Square in New York City attracts over a million people from all over the world on NYE, and the dazzling lights and bustling energy are contagious. There is no other place like it when the clock strikes 12.
The Taj is an ivory-white marble mausoleum built in 1632 in the city of Agra in India. The beauty of it alone is just incredible, but the story behind it is very sad. Shah Jahan built the Taj in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, a Persian princess who died giving birth to their 14th child. Seeing this magnificent building in person feels like being inside a postcard.