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No matter where you live in the world, there are incredible places to visit and amazing things to do before you die. To be honest, there are thousands of amazing things to do around the world that could have made this list but hopefully, this list of amazing things to around the world provides some justice to those amazing things that were left off.

List of Amazing things to do before you die

1. Bathe Elephants at a Rescue, Thailand

Bathe Elephants at a Rescue, ThailandBathe Elephants at a Rescue, Thailand Amazing things

In Northern Thailand, an hour from Chiang Mai‘s city center. This is a special place where there was an eclectic bunch of Asian Elephants; some old, some young, some blind, some injured from working in the logging industry, some abused and some rescued from the circus. Not only were you able to feed these majestic creatures, but you also bathed them in the river.

2. Swim in Jellyfish Lake, Palau

Swim in Jellyfish Lake in Palau

Jellyfish Lake in the Micronesian country of Palau is home to millions of jellyfish that are deemed relatively harmless since their sting is so light. It was still frightening for the first five minutes to be surrounded by jellyfish, some brushing up against your body. But, after the panic dissipated, this was one of your all-time favorite amazing things to do in the list.

3. See the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, London

See the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace

The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace in London typically happens every other day (daily during the warmer months) at 11:30 am…sharp. Get there early! The guards arrive by marching pass Victoria Monument, directly in front of Buckingham Palace, and then entering through the ornate front gates of the palace. A mesmerizing show follows, filled with the band playing, synchronized marching, and absolutely no smiles.

4. Release Baby Turtles into the Ocean, Costa Rica

Release Baby Turtles into the Ocean

While on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica, here you spend your time helping Osa Turtle Conservation. You were taken to their hatchery along the beach to assist them in releasing baby Olive Ridley turtles into the ocean. Not only is it incredible knowing you are helping with these endangered animals survival, but they are adorable too!

5. Take a Flyboarding Jetpack Flight, Cancun

Take a Flyboarding Jetpack Flight in Cancun

Flyboarding is an adventurous sport where your feet will be slipped into boots that are attached to a board, much like a snow board. A tube attached from your feet to the jet ski pushes water and propels you into the air. While in Cancun you got your shot to try this and it was beyond challenging. You definitely need to use every ounce of balance you have.

6. See a Movie at an Open-Air Cinema, Santorini

See a Movie at an Open-Air Cinema in Santorini

Kamari village located on the popular island of Santorini boasted one of the best open-air cinemas in the world. Here you enjoy a beautiful evening in Greece to watch an outdoor movie while sitting on directors chairs and sipping on a glass of red wine. Better than the drive-in.

7. Rappel Down a Waterfall, Costa Rica

Rappel Down a Waterfall in Costa Rica

Rappelling tours are a fun, safe and exciting way to experience some of Costa Rica’s most magnificent landscapes. The sport, also known as canyoning, involves a controlled descent down a rock face using a secured rope. Oftentimes this descent is within boundaries of a waterfall, making it a memorable – and yes, moist – activity that even the most advanced thrill-seekers will enjoy.

8. Swim with Whale Sharks, Cancun

Swim with Whale Sharks in Cancun

Whale sharks are the largest fish in the world, growing up to 60 feet, that’s over ten times the size of me. Their mouths can extend five feet when open. That’s absolutely large enough and you can enjoy swimming with these gentle giants in the warm waters of Cancun, Mexico.

9. Get a Natural Mud Bath in Palau’s Milky Way

Get a Natural Mud Bath in Palau’s Milky Way

While boating in and out of Palau’s 300+ islets in search of the best snorkeling spots, where you found some spectacular sites loaded with colorful fish, gigantic clams, whitetip sharks and intricate coral. You can also found a spot to slather the white limestone mud all over our bodies to get a natural mud bath.

10. Have a White Christmas, Yosemite Valley

Have a White Christmas in Yosemite Valley

Yosemite Valley is the centerpiece of Yosemite National Park in California with grand waterfalls, flowing creeks, picturesque hiking, and monumental granite cliffs. During the holiday season, it turns into a Winter wonderland with plenty of snowy activities for the entire family.

11. Swim with Sea Turtles in Olowalu

Swim with Sea Turtles in Olowalu

Olowalu is just five minutes South of Lahaina in West Maui. This snorkeling spot had been the center of numerous turtles sightings and the day. Here you were able to swim alongside several of these amazing creatures.

12. Walk the Siq to Petra, Jordan

Walk the Siq to Petra, Jordan

The fabled site of Petra is simply awe-inspiring. This rock-carved Nabataean city has entranced travelers for centuries with its ornate facades and classical architecture. Perhaps the most magical views lie at the end of the Siq, a dramatic natural gorge that’s still the main entrance. Here, you emerge from the bizarrely eroded cliffs onto an extraordinary view: the famous facade of Petra’s Treasury looming before you.

13. Enjoy Liverpool’s nightlife, England

Liverpool's nightlife, England

Forget any preconceptions you may have about bar crawling in Liverpool. The reality is as far from fake tans, big hair and silly scally stereotypes as you can get – this scene is creative, convivial and bursting with joie de vivre. Countless great drinking holes pepper the city, and you could happily spend a lifetime sampling them all. Make for Seel Street, in the Ropewalks quarter, and the über-arty Baltic Triangle, the apogee of this organic after-dark and the blossoming home of Liverpool’s creative and digital media scene. Intimate, bare-brick gin and whiskey joints, craft beer and killer cocktails await.

14. Sail the Whitsundays, Australia

Sail the Whitsundays, Australia

There’s a distinct feeling of déjà vu cruising in a sailboat among the Whitsunday Islands. Presently it comes to you: you’ve been here many times, in your lottery fantasies. This tropical idyll of turquoise seas lapping Ivory sands against a backdrop of dense green foliage is ingrained in our imagination. Life on board here becomes sybaritically simple. A shower is as easy as diving into the surrounding water, and your bed is the deck of the boat or the sand on the beach.

15. Visit the Taj by moonlight, India

Visit the Taj by moonlight, India

There’s no such thing as an unflattering angle of the Taj Mahal, the world’s most beautiful building, commissioned by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his beloved wife. But the love and sadness embodied by the Taj are never more palpable than during the full moon when the complex is opened at night. At this time, visitors are hushed into silence by the building’s ethereal form, rising melancholically from the riverbank yet seemingly shimmering with life.

16. Bed down in an igloo, Canada

Bed down in an igloo, Canada

Tucked away between rolling hills and vast stretches of tundra in northern Québec lies a series of igloos. These domed shelters were built by Inuit elders, who carved snow blocks from windswept snowdrifts, using skills passed on from their ancestors. Today, they continue to safeguard hunters as well as welcome adventure seekers. Visitors can feast on caribou stew and frozen Arctic char before falling asleep to the sounds of kids throat-singing and the gentle flicker of the seal-blubber-fuelled qulliq (lamp).

17. Rage wine war in La Rioja, Spain

Rage wine war in La Rioja, Spain

Each year several villages in La Rioja spend an entire day soaking each other in red wine. One of the truly great events of the Spanish summer, the Wine War (La Batalla del Vino) is a wine-fight of epic – and historic – proportions. In theory, the townsfolk of Haro are battling it out with those of neighboring Miranda de Ebro, but in the good-humoured but frantic battle that rages, there are no obvious sides, and no winners or losers. Instead, the object is perfectly straightforward: to squirt, hose, blast or throw some 25,000 liters over as many people as possible.

18. Down a stein at Oktoberfest, Germany

Down a stein at Oktoberfest, Germany

The world’s largest public festival, the Munich Oktoberfest, kicks off on the penultimate Saturday in September and keeps pumping for a full two weeks. An unadulterated celebration of beer and Bavarian life, it attracts almost six million visitors and sees as many million liters of beer disappear in sixteen days. At the heart of the festival are fourteen enormous beer tents where boisterous crowds sit at long benches draining one huge litre-capacity glass or stein after another. If you’re up for annihilation, head to the Hofbrau tent, go for the ten-stein challenge and join in with the thousands of young blood braying for beer.

19. Hot air balloon over the savannah, Kenya

Hot air balloon over the savannah, Kenya

With the sun breaking over the horizon and warming chilly faces, the perfect serenity of this mode of transport is hard to beat. Below, hippos cavort in the muddy river and vervet monkeys watch the balloon’s passage from their treetop vantage points. Once it’s over the plain, the balloon is ignored by the grazing herds of zebra and gazelle – but they flee its shadow and the whoosh of the burner when it flies too low. For wildlife photography, a balloon safari can’t equal patient observation on the ground, but few experiences can match this one for sheer unforgettability.

20. Climb Table Mountain, South Africa

Climb Table Mountain, South Africa

If the skies are clear on your first day in Cape Town, drop everything and head straight for Table Mountain. It’s an ecological marvel and a powerful icon for the entire African continent. What’s more, the views from the top are unmissable – as long as the celebrated “tablecloth” of cloud stays away. The obvious, and most popular, a route to the top is to take the aerial cableway, but if you’d rather work a little harder, you can tackle one of the hiking trails that snake their way up the cliffs. Gaze out over the city to the ocean beyond and you’ll feel like you’re standing on top of the world.

21. Hike the Pennine Way, England & Scotland

Hike the Pennine Way, England & Scotland

The Pennine Way, Britain’s oldest and longest long-distance footpath, meanders 270 miles through some of England’s most beautiful and least crowded countryside. This is Brontë country, grim on a dank, misty day but bleakly inspiring when the cloud lifts.
 In between walking the wilds, you can stay in pretty villages along the way. Again and again, you’ll find yourself transported back to a bygone rural idyll of village shops, church bells and, of course, pubs.

22. Brave the devil’s throat at Iguazú, Argentina & Brazil

Brave the devil’s throat at Iguazú, Argentina & Brazil

Every year, tens of thousands of visitors from around the world try to evaluate the sheer dimension of this natural miracle – around 275 individual cascades, the highest with a drop of over 80m – and usually fail. However you spell it – Iguazú, Iguaçu or Iguassu – there’s little doubt that these are the most spectacular falls in the world. Get right into the heart of the action on a boat trip up to the ominously named Devil’s Throat, one of the most impressive cascades.

23. Paint the town red at La Tomatina, Spain

Paint the town red at La Tomatina, Spain

If you want to indulge your childhood fantasies, there’s only one place to go. On the last Wednesday in August, tomato-throwing madness takes over the tiny town of Buñol. This enormous public tomato fight sees 130,000 kilos of overripe tomatoes hurled until the streets are ankle deep in squishy red fruit. All in all, it only lasts about an hour, but it’ll go down in memory as one of the messiest, most fun days you’ll ever have.

24. Swim in the Largest Swimming pool Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt

Sharm el-Sheikh is an Egyptian resort town between the desert of the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea. It’s known for its sheltered sandy beaches, clear waters and coral reefs. Naama Bay, with a palm tree-lined promenade, is filled with bars and restaurants. Ras Muhammad National Park is a major diving destination, with marine life around the Shark and Yolanda reefs and the Thistlegorm wreck.

25. Sleep in the underwater hotel, Dubai

Sleep in the underwater hotel, Dubai

At Atlantis Dubai, the underwater Neptune Suite are designed with strategically placed windows, from wall to wall. Guests get first-hand access view of the aquarium’s Ambassador Lagoon, which is home to over 65,000 marine species, including sharks!

26. Sit on the edge of the Trolltunga cliff, Norway

Sit on the edge of the Trolltunga cliff, Norway

Trolltunga (Troll tongue) is a piece of rock jutting horizontally out of a mountain about 700 metres (2,300 ft) above the north side of the lake Ringedalsvatnet in the municipality of Odda in Hordaland county, Norway.

27. Stay in a water bungalow, Maldives

Stay in a water bungalow, Maldives

On the northern end of the resort for uninterrupted relaxation and rejuvenation, slip into one of the Water Bungalows in Maldives where spectacular ocean views are a daily affair. Built on stilts over the lagoon, dipping into crystal clear waters is as easy as going down the steps from your private sun terrace. Or linger there on comfortable outdoor furniture, plenty for everyone to get quality time with fresh air and golden rays. Under the thatched roof indoors of these Maldives water bungalows, a king bed and daybed set a romantic tone for two. You can continue enjoying Indian Ocean views even from the bathroom, with direct access to the balcony, lighted mirrors, spacious bathtub, and separate shower and toilet.

28. Go bungee jumping, New Zealand

Go bungee jumping, New Zealand

For many visitors, bungy jumping in New Zealand has almost become a rite of passage, that they take that heart-stopping leap of faith while they’re here.

29. Stay in a glass igloo, Finland

Stay in a glass igloo, Finland

it is a transparent glass dome, and you can see everything outside clearly.. the sunset, the sunrise, and your naked neighbours inside their igloos! But don’t worry, nobody really peeps! How did we change our clothes? We turned off the lights at night, and changed in the dark.. As for the toilet.. the glass is frosted at that area.

30. Go skiing, Swiss Alps

Go skiing, Swiss Alps

There are many ski centers at the Alps where people ski along the icy slopes during the winter season. These skiing centers can be found at Valais, Graubünden and Bernese Oberland.

31. Attend the carnival, Rio

Attend the carnival, Rio

Rio Carnival is a wild 5-day celebration, 40 days before Easter. It officially starts on Friday and finishes on Fat Tuesday with the beginning of Lent on Ash Wednesday after which one is supposed to abstain from all bodily pleasures.

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32. Swing on the edge of the world, Ecuador

Swing on the edge of the world, Ecuador

The swings hanging from La Casa Del Arbol in Baños, Ecuador, will make you feel like you’re on top of the world — literally.

33. The cleanest water in the world Melissani Lake, Greece

The cleanest water in the world Melissani Lake, Greece

Melissani Cave or Melissani Lake, also Melisani is a cave located on the island of Kefalonia, northwest of Sami, about 5 km South East of Agia Efthymia, North East of Argostoli and North West of Poros. The Ionian Sea lies to the east with the Strait of Ithaca.

34. A view from the plane at Mount Everest

A view from the plan at Mount Everest

You fly along the range of the Himalayas that includes Mt. Everest. For view it is best Amazing things in the list.

35. A road trip through death valley, USA

A road trip through death valley, USA

The largest national park south of Alaska, Death Valley is known for extremes: It is North America’s driest and hottest spot (with fewer than two inches/five centimeters of rainfall annually and a record high of 134°F), and has the lowest elevation on the continent—282 feet below sea level.

36. Marvel at the white cliffs, England

Marvel at the white cliffs, England

The White Cliffs of Dover are perhaps most famous as an iconic landmark, the white chalk face a symbol of home and war time defence, but they have so much more to offer; stunning views, a serene walk, a wealth of wildlife, an abundance of history and, most importantly, two tea rooms offering delicious treats.

37. Swim in the glass pool between two buildings, London

Swim in the glass pool between two buildings, London

A 25-metre swimming pool suspended between two apartment blocks 10 storeys up is part of a new development near the former Battersea power station. The transparent “sky pool” will, the developers say, be the first of its kind in the world. Swimmers will be able to look down 35 metres to the world below as they take a dip, with only 20cm of glass between them and the outside world.

38. Walk on the water at the reflective salt lake, Bolivia

Walk on the water at the reflective salt lake, Bolivia

The absolutely breathtaking walking on water illusion is something that is very unique to the salt flats found in Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia.

39. Walk across the terrifying glass bridge, China

Walk across the terrifying glass bridge, China

This is the world’s longest, highest, pedestrian glass bridge – and it has a deck just 60 centimetres thick. But don’t worry: even though it hangs 300 metres above the Zhangjiajie National Park in the Hunan province of southern China, the 375-metre-long construction is deemed perfectly safe to walk across.

40. Enjoy the romance of Sighisoara, Romania

Enjoy the romance of Sighisoara, Romania

Romania should be among the top places in Europe when it comes to love and romance. People just don’t know it yet. Couples looking for romance can find it in some of the bohemian cities with their beautiful architecture, interesting history, and stunning monuments.

41. Grand Canyon, USA

Grand Canyon, USA

Grand Canyon National Park, in Arizona, is home to much of the immense Grand Canyon, with its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history. Viewpoints include Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station and architect Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio and her Desert View Watchtower. Lipan Point, with wide views of the canyon and Colorado River, is a popular, especially at sunrise and sunset.

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Hey there! My name is Pardeep Patel (you can call me PADDY). I’m a full-time adventure travel blogger & photographer who’s been exploring the world for 5 years! Travel blogging has given me the freedom to travel the world. Follow the below link to know more about me http://pardeeppatel.com/first-blog-post/

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