Some of the world’s most stunning locations are among the top 50 bucket list destinations. According to Clayton-Lea, “lively cities also make an appearance on a lot of people’s bucket lists.” White sandy beaches are still a must-visit for many. The countries with the most famous landmarks and natural scenery won: White-sand beaches make up 22% of the list, and iconic cities make up 52%.
The Bo Kaap neighborhood in Cape Town, South Africa, is known for its vibrant colors. The Bo Kaap neighborhood in Cape Town, South Africa, is known for its vibrant colors. Big 7 Travel found that 33% of people research vacation destinations on their Instagram feeds, and that people were also more likely to add a destination to their list if they had seen it on social media. With north of 33% of our perusers saying they seek Instagram for movement motivation, it’s a good idea that urban communities with beautiful areas, (for example, Cape Town’s Bo Kaap) took care of business,” says Clayton-Lea.
Bali topped the list of the 50 most popular places on people’s bucket lists, but there were also some surprising choices. The main 10 rundown has a ton of the normal dream objections, however there are a couple of shocks on the rundown: Paro Valley in Bhutan, for instance, or Virunga Public Park in the Congo,” says Clayton-Lea. ” I believe this demonstrates a strong desire to escape the grid, and I can only assume that social media (and Netflix in the case of Virunga!) are to blame. is accountable for promoting these amazing locations.”