My Bucket List: Life’s Ultimate To-do List

Many people have a desire to see the world or have a particular destination they one day dream of visiting? There is nothing more exciting than crossing that dream vacation off your list or completing something daring. What’s on your bucket list?

If photo ops with the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Island hopping in Greece or walking down Rodeo Drive in Hollywood comes to mind, you’re among the many. We all have dreams, ambitions and goals. Some big, some small but each one should inspire you to get out there and take on the world. My favorite resource for scoping out some of the world’s greatest treasures is the UNESCO world heritage sites. I seem to prefer those outlandish destinations that most people have not had the opportunity to visit and destinations that have been untouched by the overwhelming influx of tourists and western development.

Over the past few years, I have developed a Bucket list that seems to grow with time and slowly but surely I have had the opportunity to cross off a number of these desires. Some items are bigger than others and may take time to accomplish but it is always good to have something to strive for in life. I find that with each week I may write down new goals, that next great adventure or even find myself in situations that end up on the list.

I would like to share my list which consists of over 400 items and encourage each of you to write one of your own if you haven’t already! This list is continually being updated and things will be added to the list. Suggestions for additions are greatly appreciated and I am always looking for a challenge. To see the items I have completed, please go to the list of COMPLETED BUCKET LIST items for details. 

My Bucket List: Life’s Ultimate To-do List

  1. Climb to base camp of Mount Everest in Nepal
  2. Learn to Snowboard
  3. Go Skiing
  4. Night Kayaking with blue Bio-luminescent
  5. Kayak in the Everglades
  6. Horseback riding on the beach
  7. Learn to Kite Surf
  8. Wind Surf
  9. Para-sailing
  10. Learn to Sail
  11. Bike the Pinellas Trail round-trip from Downtown St. Petersburg, FL to Tarpon Springs, FL (90 miles)
  12. Tornado Chasing
  13. Run a 5K
  14. Swim in all five of the Great Lakes
  15. Swim in the Dead Sea: Jordan, West Bank Israel
  16. Take ballroom dancing lessons
  17. Climb a Mountain in The Andes
  18. Sleep under the stars
  19. Swim with dolphins
  20. Organize and Participate in a Pillow Fight Flash Mob
  21. Go rock climbing
  22. Sand-boarding
  23. Volcano Sand-boarding in Nicaragua
  24. Drive a car on a race track
  25. Stop biting my nails
  26. Try Ice Climbing
  27. Ride a snowmobile
  28. Sleep in the desert
  29. Gamble in Vegas
  30. Visit a Circus
  31. Go to an NHL Stanley Cup Game
  32. See a Chicago Blackhawks game
  33. Go paragliding
  34. Play Paintball
  35. Play Airsoft
  36. Ride a Segway
  37. Bike from one country to another
  38. Sail on a Junk Boat
  39. Trek in Europe
  40. Helicopter ride
  41. Become scuba certified
  42. Receive the advanced scuba certification
  43. Climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania
  44. Fire walking
  45. White water rafting
  46. Learn to fly a plane
  47. Go to a shooting range and learn to shoot a hand gun
  48. Go Zorbing in New Zealand
  49. Travel to the moon with Virgin Galactic
  50. Experience Zero Gravity
  51. Help someone cross something off their Bucket List
  52. Watch a rocket launch, live.
  53. Zip-line in the Rainforest/Jungle
  54. Go base jumping (Yosemite National Park)
  55. Cage diving in South Africa
  56. Cliff diving
  57. Participate in a Surfing Camp
  58. See an inactive Volcano
  59. See an active Volcano
  60. Participate in a Peaceful Protest
  61. Ride on an Air boat in the Everglades
  62. Camp in the Everglades
  63. Go Ice Fishing
  64. Travel by Train in the United States
  65. Ride on the Orient Express
  66. Participate in a Pride Parade
  67. Ride on Trans-Siberian Railway (Moscow to Mongolia); Longest railway in the World
  68. Walk through a Corn Maze
  69. Walk through a Labyrinth: The Labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral near Paris, France
  70. Trek the Camino de Santiago de Compostela from France to the coast of Spain
  71. Road trip through Europe
  72. Hitchhike
  73. Stay in a HOSTEL in Bratislava
  74. Drive on the Autobahn in Germany
  75. Fly over the Nazca lines in Peru
  76. Visit a mapped cave system
  77. Spelunking
  78. Sleep in a tree house
  79. Shower outside in a tropical destination
  80. Walk through a field of Sunflowers in the Spring
  81. Thai Massage in Bangkok
  82. Visit a Coffeeshop in Amsterdam
  83. Take a Caribbean cruise
  84. Drive Route 1 in Iceland; ‘Ring Road’ around the entire country
  85. Visit the most Northern Capital in the World: Reykjavik, Iceland
  86. Visit the Smallest Capital in the World: Belmopan, Belize
  87. Go Skydiving
  88. Visit the countries of my heritage – Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Scotland, Poland, Lithuania
  89. Learn conversational Spanish
  90. Learn conversational French
  91. Learn conversational Romanian
  92. Learn to say “Hello” in 50 languages
  93. Learn Cyrillic & the Arabic Alphabet
  94. Choose a country and learn not only the language that is spoken there, but also study its customs, its cuisine, its art, and its history.
  95. Learn about a different country each month until I have explored each one: Location, population size, flag, main language, religion, & cook a national cuisine.
  96. Get traditional Indian henna on my hands or feet
  97. The National Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington, DC
  98. Loy Krathong, the Sky Lantern Festival in Thailand
  99. Gasparilla Pirate Invasion in Tampa, FL  
  100. Holi Festival in India: February/March on the Last Full Moon Day
  101. Patrick’s Day in Chicago: March 17th
  102. Koninginnendag (Queen’s Day) in the Netherlands: April 29th/30th
  103. Sandfest in Port Aransas, Texas
  104. Running with the Bulls: San Fermin Festiva in Pampalona, Spain: July
  105. FantasyFest in Key West: Last Week of October
  106. Oktoberfest, Munich, Germany: Last week of September
  107. Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: Early October
  108. Brazilian Carnival, Rio de Janerio
  109. Mardi Gras, New Orleans: February/March
  110. The Day of the Dead, Mexico: November 2nd
  111. Burning Man in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada: August/September
  112. La Tomatina, Valencia, Spain: Food fight in the town of Bunol (Last Wednesday in August)
  113. Chinese New Year in China: January 21st- February 20th
  114. Go to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
  115. Go to Times Square on New Year’s Eve
  116. Attend an Indian Wedding in India
  117. Ice Skate at the Rockefeller Center & Central Park during Christmas time
  118. Visit the most Southern Point in the United States (Key West)
  119. The Grand Canyon
  120. The Sahara Desert
  121. Scuba Dive in the Galapagos Islands
  122. Marble Caves, Chile
  123. Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon, Arizona
  124. Lake Retba, Senegal
  125. Sanibel Island, FL known for their Seashells
  126. Glow-Worm Cave, New Zealand
  127. White Cliffs of Dover, England
  128. Zion National Park, Utah
  129. Binalong Bay, Bay of Fires, Tasmania
  130. Glass Beach, California
  131. Bio-luminescent Bay, Puerto Rico
  132. Olympus, Greece
  133. Everglades National Park, Florida
  134. Angel Falls (Venezuela), World’s Highest Waterfall
  135. Victoria Falls (between Zambia and Zimbabwe)
  136. Iguassu Falls (between Brazil and Argentina)
  137. Visit the Great Barrier Reef in Australia
  138. Visit the Belize Barrier Reef
  139. The Northern Lights (the Aurora Borealis)
  140. The Fjords of Norway
  141. The Amazon Rainforest
  142. The Perito Moreno Glacier: Patagonia, Argentina
  143. Take pictures in the Bluebonnets in Texas
  144. Travel to Antarctica
  145. Travel to Greenland
  146. Visit Tibet
  147. Visit Negorno-Karaba, Azerbaijan
  148. Visit Kubal, Afghanistan
  149. Travel to the city of Chernobyl, Ukraine
  150. Visit Kosovo right after they declare their independence
  151. Morocco
  152. Explore Tuscany
  153. Visit a Ghost Town
  154. Blue Lagoon, Iceland
  155. Visit All 7 Continents (4/7) – Africa, Antarctica, Australia, North America, South America, Asia, Europe
  156. Visit every country in the world (32/196) – Albania, The Bahamas, Belgium, Belize, Bosnia I Herzegovina, Cambodia, Canada, Costa Rica, Croatia, Estonia, France, Greece, Iceland, Jamaica, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Mexico, Montenegro, Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkiye, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam
  157. Live in a foreign country for one month
  158. Live in a foreign country for six months
  159. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
  160. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk Mausoleum
  161. Attend the Srebrenica Memorial on July 5th
  162. Swim in the Indian Burial Caves, The Bahamas
  163. Lester Joseph Gillis (Baby Face Nelson) Grave
  164. Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah
  165. Pamukkale, Turkiye
  166. Floating Villiages in Cambodia
  167. Mud Volcanoes, Azerbaijan
  168. Cappadocia, Turkiye
  169. Great Blue Hole, Belize
  170. Racetrack Playa in Death Valley, California
  171. Devils Tower, Wyoming
  172. Spotted Lake, Osoyoos, British Columbia, Canada
  173. Tulum, Mexico
  174. The Maldives
  175. Seychelles Islands
  176. Santorini, Greece
  177. Cuba
  178. Ibiza
  179. British Virgin Islands: The Baths
  180. Visit all of the Seven New Wonders of the World
  181. Christ Redeemer: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  182. Great Wall of China: China
  183. Machu Picchu: Peru
  184. Petra: Jordan
  185. Pyramid at Chichén Itzá: Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
  186. Roman Colosseum: Rome, Italy
  187. Taj Mahal: Agra, India
  188. Virgin Mary’s House, Turkiye
  189. Cu Chi Tunnels, Vietnam
  190. Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Poland
  191. The Panama Canal
  192. The Christ of the Abyss in Key Largo, FL
  193. Dubrovnik, Croatia
  194. The Emerald Buddha in Bangkok, Thailand
  195. The Eiffel Tower  
  196. The Leaning Tower of Pisa
  197. Mecca
  198. The Terracotta Warriors
  199. Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris
  200. Ankor Wat, Cambodia
  201. The Big Ben in London, England
  202. The Sydney Opera House, Australia
  203. Stonehenge, United Kingdom
  204. The Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
  205. The Kremlin in Russia
  206. Hagia Sophia, Turkey
  207. The Statues of Easter Island, Chile
  208. Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
  209. Visit the Sistine Chapel
  210. Outer Hebrides, Callanish Standing Stones, Isle of Lewis (Scotland)
  211. Anasazi Cliff Dwellings in Arizona
  212. Walk across Abby Road in London, England
  213. City of Troy in Turkiye
  214. Hear the Call to Prayer in Istanbul
  215. Visit Pompeii
  216. The Alhambra in Spain
  217. The Acropolis in Athens, Greece
  218. Stari Most in Mostar, Bosnia I Herzegovina
  219. Kiss the Blarney Stone
  220. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican, Rome
  221. Caracol Mayan Ruins, Belize
  222. The Basilica di San Marco, Venice
  223. El Prado in Madrid, Spain
  224. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, USA
  225. Visit the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL, USA
  226. The British Museum in London, England
  227. The Tate Gallery in London, England
  228. The Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Holland
  229. The Egyptian Museum in Cairo
  230. The Art Institute of Chicago
  231. The Smithsonian Museums in Washington, DC
  232. The Louvre, Paris, France
  233. See the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco
  234. See Mount Rushmore
  235. Visit monuments in Washington, DC
  236. Visit the Sears Tower  
  237. Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming)
  238. Glacier National Park (Montana)
  239. Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes (Alaska)
  240. Go to the top of the Empire State Building
  241. Visit the Statue of Liberty
  242. Visit the highest point in the Smoky Mountains: Clingman’s Dome
  243. Visit Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii
  244. Visit Disney World
  245. Drive from San Diego, CA to Seattle, WA
  246. Visit all Fifty of the United States, Puerto Rico & the US Virgin Islands
  247. Create a Butterfly garden
  248. Have a Vegetable Garden
  249. Take a course in photography
  250. Learn to make pottery
  251. Plant a Tree
  252. Build a Fort in the Living room
  253. Make stained glass windows
  254. Learn to make candles
  255. Build a tree house in the Backyard
  256. Build and/or paint a birdhouse for the Yard
  257. Learn Calligraphy
  258. Master Scrapbooking
  259. Paper Crafts (origami)
  260. Paint a picture on canvas to hang in my home
  261. Read every novel that has won a Pulitzer Prize in the Fiction Category
  262. Read every book your favorite author has written
  263. Watch 100+ Movies in Theaters
  264. Watch the 10 greatest American movies of all time
  265. Watch every movie that has won an Academy Award for Best Picture
  266. Be on the Oprah Winfrey Show
  267. “The Mona Lisa”by Leonardo da Vinci, The Louvre
  268. “The Scream”by Edvard Munch, National Gallery, Oslo
  269. See graffiti by Banksy
  270. See Joan Baez perform in Sarajevo, Bosnia I Herzegovina
  271. Read a book a month for a year
  272. Read 100 books
  273. Travel Solo
  274. Become an early riser
  275. Volunteer with the American Red Cross (ARC)
  276. Respond to a Fire on the Disaster Action Team for the American Red Cross
  277. Deploy to a Natural Disaster Event
  278. Help someone find a loved one with Restoring Family Links: American Red Cross
  279. Become a public speaker
  280. Couchsurf
  281. Host someone through Couchsurfing
  282. Make loans to entrepreneurs in developing countries through Kiva
  283. Go WWOOFING
  284. Join the Peace Corps
  285. Spend a week at a Silent Retreat
  286. Learn to forgive
  287. Speak in front of an audience about my travels/experiences
  288. Take a 365-Day Challenge to perform an activity every day for 365 days
  289. Get my Motorcycle license
  290. Get AFF Certified – 25 jumps
  291. Receive Associates degree in Business
  292. Receive Undergraduate Degree
  293. Receive an Undergraduate Certificate/Minor
  294. Receive a Master’s Degree
  295. Obtain Graduate Certificate(s)
  296. Teach at a University
  297. Receive my DrPH
  298. Become an EMT/Paramedic
  299. Take the Foreign Service Exam
  300. Speak at a Conference
  301. Take LSAT
  302.  Take the HELP Course
  303. Get Certified in Public Health (CPH)
  304. Have Specialization Letters after my name
  305. Get an article published in a major journal
  306. Write/co-author a book
  307. Write a travel book
  308. Reach 25,000 hits on my blog
  309. Work with Partners in Health or an Affiliate Organization
  310. Work for/with UNHCR
  311. Work in the field providing Disaster or Humanitarian Relief
  312. Conduct Epidemiological Health Assessment & Research in a Refugee Population
  313. Be recognized as a specialist in my field
  314. Leave a valuable contribution in my area of expertise
  315. Start a NGO or help with starting one
  316. Make a documentary film
  317. Become a doctor, registered nurse, or lawyer (continue learning)
  318. Explore another country with my brother Michael
  319. Visit Jim Morrison’s Grave at Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris with Michael
  320. Travel to the Greek Islands with my Mom
  321. See my Great-Great Grandfathers signature in Ellis Island
  322. Invest in the stock market
  323. Set up an Roth IRA before I am 34
  324. Be Debt Free
  325. Get engaged
  326. Get married
  327. Make a lock with my husband’s name, my name & with our wedding date engrave on it. Then lock it to a bridge and throwing the key into the water below
  328. Walk to the end of the jetty in Parnu holding hands & kiss at the end of the jetty
  329. Make a bucket list with my husband for us to do together and list items we want to follow in our marriage
  330. Have a child and raise him/her to be happy, cultural & to speak multiple languages
  331. Have a canvas painted that represents my marriage with my husband
  332. Make a scrapbook of my wedding and life with my husband
  333. Bike ride across a country or state with my significant other
  334. Kiss by the Kissing Post outside of Ellis Island in NYC
  335. Watch a meteor shower together
  336. Go on a health kick together
  337. Pretend to film a cooking show in our own kitchen together
  338. Bury a time capsule in the backyard
  339. Go on a hot balloon ride
  340. Buy a house on the water
  341. Carve my name and my fiancé/husband into a tree
  342. Drive Cross-Country on a road trip
  343. Take cooking class with my significant other
  344. Running with the Bulls
  345. Mush a Dog Sled
  346. Watch turtles hatch and run toward the ocean
  347. Go whale-watching
  348. See a Koala
  349. Pet a Spider Monkey
  350. Go on Safari in Africa
  351. Go Scalloping
  352. Spear-fishing
  353. Learn to Milk a Cow
  354. Swim with whale sharks
  355. Watch a Cow give Birth
  356. Ride a Camel in the Sahara desert.
  357. Track Gorillas in Uganda
  358. Swimming with the manatees
  359. Conduct Manatee Health Assessments
  360. Meet the President
  361. Meet the Dalai Lama
  362. Meet the Pope
  363. Bushman from Papua New Guinea
  364. Māori
  365. Geisha
  366. Paul Farmer
  367. Pauly Shore
  368. Gogol Bordello
  369. Svetlana Broz (Tito’s Grand-daughter)
  370. A Broadway Play/Musical
  371. See a Ballet
  372. The World Cup
  373. The Olympics
  374. The Kentucky Derby
  375. Attend an Opera
  376. Watch the Tango in Argentina
  377. Attend the Cannes Film Festival & the Sundance Film Festival (Utah: End of January)
  378. A Cirque du Soleil Show
  379. Performance of the Water Puppet Theatre; Thang Long: Hanoi, Vietnam
  380. Whirling Dervishes: Turkiye
  381. Aspara dance; Khmer Classical Dance: Cambodia  
  382. View a Solar Eclipse (August 21, 2017)
  383. See a Lunar Eclipse
  384. Make a traditional Romanian Dish
  385. Make home-made Perogies like my Grandmother
  386. Make Homemade Ice Cream
  387. Taste Wine in the Napa Valley
  388. Stomp Grapes for Wine
  389. Pick my own Blueberries
  390. Smoke a Cuban Cigar
  391. Try Frog Legs: Cambodia
  392. Have a beer at Delirium Cafe (Guinness Book of World Records for Most Varieties of Beer on Tap; over 3000 types)
  393. Eat Lemon Ants: Cambodia
  394. Eat Escargot (Snails)
  395. Sample Crab Cakes in Baltimore, MD
  396. Try Icelandic Hákarl (Rotten Shark)
  397. Try Cuy (Guinea Pig): Peru
  398. Eat Alpaca: Peru
  399. Go to a Beer Hall in Munich
  400. Eat Baklava in Greece
  401. Eat real Peruvian Ceviche
  402. Eat Cactus Salad
  403. Eat Chicken n’ Waffles in L.A.
  404. Enjoy Crawfish Ettoufee in the French Quarter: New Orleans
  405. Have Beignets at Cafe du Monde: New Orleans
  406. Try Ostrich Eggs
  407. Eat Termites: Belize
  408. Eat Belgium Chocolate in Belgium

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Steven says:

    By far the best Bucket List of adventures I have ever read. Hope you don’t mind that I borrowed a few for myself!


  2. waegooktom says:

    Daaaaamn that’s a hell of a bucket list – and it’s making me feel unhealthy haha! The only sports related one I have is running the Marathon du Médoc in Bordeaux, and that’s only because you can eat cheese and drink wine along the way!

    This is a great list….although I’d have to say PLEASE don’t visit North Korea as all the money you spend on a tour there (where you wouldn’t see anything new anyway) would just go to an evil regime that starves its people and denies international aid for civilians (instead, giving food to the military).

    Sorry for that last bum note, but I feel VERY strongly about tourism in North Korea.

    To end on a happy and inquisitive note, how many languages can you say “hello” in so far? I’ve got hello (English), zdravsveetay (Russian), bonjour (French), ciao (Italian), hola (Spanish), annyeonghaseyo (Korean), nihao (Chinese), aloha (Hawaiian), guten tag (German), merhaba (Turkish) and djien dobry (Polish). So that’s 11 for me!

    And YES to the Olympics – I’m kinda bummed out that I’m missing it in my home country (the UK) as it may never happen again during my lifetime. Anyhow, that’s just more of an incentive to go see it in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 😉


    1. just a girl says:

      Lol…there are probably even more things I really want to do by simply stopped at 350. I would have to say I am not a fan of running long distances (they only reason why It’s on the list) but for Cheese and Wine, I am pretty sure it would have already been crossed off by now!

      As for North Korea, I find it politically interesting and more as a unattainable place to go. After reading some case-studies and developing a greater understanding of the DMZ and the human rights violations that are occurring I don’t find Kim Jong Un very fondly. Thanks for the heads up though, I was unaware of this!

      And as for my “Hello’s”: Marhaba (Arabic/Turkish), Dobar dan/Zdravo (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian/Macedonian), Ni hao (Chinese), Bonjour (French), Guten Tag (German), Yiasou (Greek), Namaste (Hindi), Ohayou Gozaimasu (Japanese), Buna ziua (Romanian), Hola (Spanish) & Hello (English). I am at 13 so far unless you don’t count the fact that Zdravo is Hello in 4+ different languages!

      And I agree, I love London! I visited a few times and saw when they were building the Olympic Stadium. It would be amazing to see it no

      Thanks Tom for taking the time to check out my blog! See you on Twitter =)


  3. CeCe says:

    Wow, love your list. So organized!! Might have to steal a few!


  4. That’s a GREAT LIST! I blog about my bucket list too 🙂

    I do it to remind myself to LIVE! I currently have over 260 items on my list and am over half way there (though it is growing all the time).

    So far I have managed to do so much in the 18 months I’ve been blogging including:

    Fly through the Grand Canyon in a Helicopter
    Sky-dive for the hospice who nursed my father in his dying days
    Go Zorbing
    Visit the Big Buddha in Thailand
    See the Temple of Karnak in Egypt
    Take my 5 year old daughter to visit the REAL Santa in Lapland
    Take my children to Disney
    Watch a cirque du Soleil Show
    Ride a dune buggy through the desert
    Drive a Quad bike through the desert
    Go snorkelling in the Red Sea
    See Tutankhamun’s tomb and Mummy
    Go to the Maldives
    Go Wacky Racing – in a bed, a double decker car, a road-legal desk and a sofa!
    Go Bungee Jumping in Thailand
    Take my family Indoor Sky-Diving
    Stay in a Tipi on a working Ranch by the Grand Canyon
    Visit Las Vegas
    Ride the rides at the Top of The Stratosphere
    Learn to fly a helicopter
    Learn to fly aerobatics
    Go caving in a kayak in Thailand with my family
    Experience Weightlessness
    Zip-line from the top of Red Mountain in Nevada
    Hike through the Valley of Fire,
    Visit the Island of Phi Phi
    See the Statue of Liberty
    Go to a camping Music Festival
    Attend the 8 week course in Mindfulness

    This year I am staying in an Ice hotel,
    Hopefully seeing the Northern Lights
    Going on Safari in Kenya, Africa
    Visiting an African Orphanage,
    Seeing The Masai Mara
    Watching Fuerzabruta
    Going to Glastonbury
    Taking my sons for a helicopter ride
    Flying in a Hang-glider!

    It’s amazing what we can achieve when we set our intentions!


  5. I’ve added you to my ‘follow list’ and blogroll too 🙂


  6. Jay says:

    i did that!!
    engreaved a lock at clingmens dome by the walkway at the top of the mountain. and threw the keys over the cliff.. very cool!!


  7. Ohhh, this is so amazing! I would like to use some ideas for my own bucket list, if you don’t mind?


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