Absolutely Crazy Bucket List Ideas for Your Next Vacay

Tired of being a shut-in? After more than a year of being locked away, most of us are more than ready to plan our next trip to some of the world’s wildest destinations. And what better way to visit them all than putting together some crazy bucket list ideas that’ll put you smack dab in the middle of an adventure?

We’ve put our time while cooped up to good use and crafted a bucket list of all the craziest adventures we could find for our next vacay.

Strap in and get ready for your most unforgettable trip yet!

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Plan a Trip Around a Festival

Hopping in the car for a road trip or booking a flight isn’t too uncommon if you’re looking to see your favorite artist in concert or going to a convention.

But what about planning your entire trip around an international festival?

That sounds like the perfect way to start off our crazy bucket list ideas!

Drink and Be Merry at Oktoberfest 

You’ve probably heard of this Volksfest—a beer festival and traveling fair—before as it’s the largest and most famous in the world. Taking place in Munich, Germany, every year, people travel from all over to enjoy the Oktoberfest beer, amusement rides, musical performances, and delicious foods jammed into this 16-day event. 

Oktoberfest is the perfect excuse to plan your next getaway to Germany.

Sip on Riesling at the Wurstmarkt Wine Festival

If you’re looking to experience something like Oktoberfest but for wine lovers instead, then Wurstmarkt is your answer. While Wurstmarkt might mean “sausage fair,” it’s actually the most prominent wine festival in the world. 

Here, you can treat your taste buds to everything from Rosé to Riesling, which the town of Bad Dürkheim is best known for. With over 150 different wines and only two weekends in September to enjoy the festivities, you’ll have your hands full trying to taste them all while you take in the live music, table dancing, and more. 

Don’t worry—you can spend the week in-between recovering and exploring Germany.

Send Off Wishes in the Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival

This festival holds deep roots in history and tradition. In the past, the lanterns were used as military signs to let those in the village know when it was safe again. Now, the festival is held to celebrate the end of the Chinese New Year Period and is a time when thousands of wishes fill the sky—literally!

During the Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival, beautiful lanterns decorated with Taiwanese symbols and Chinese characters are released into the atmosphere, carrying the sender’s wishes for the future.

It’s a truly magical and heartwarming experience you won’t find anywhere else in Taiwan, as sky lanterns are permitted only in Pingxi!

Rave at the Tomorrowland Music Festival

Strap in for the experience of a lifetime because the Tomorrowland Music Festival is an event like no other and the perfect addition to any summer bucket list.

The biggest Tomorrowland festival takes place in Belgium, typically in late July. Each year, the festival boasts an impressive lineup of artists, fantastical set designs, and pounding EDM music, all of which is sure to keep your spirits high throughout the two-weekend event.

That’s a surefire yes for our bucket list!

Treat Your Taste Buds at the Salon du Chocolat Festival 

Calling all chocolate lovers! It’s time to pack your bags, hop a flight, and partake in the wonder that is a festival dedicated solely to chocolate. 

Wander the booths of chocolate artisans from countries worldwide, attend demonstrations of some of their best recipes, watch chocolate-related shows and entertainment, attend workshops, and best of all—eat it!

Of course, we can’t forget the highlight of the whole festival—a fashion show with dresses made of, one guess … chocolate.

Play Dirty at Boryeong Mudfest

If you’ve ever wanted to relive your glory days of slinging mud and getting dirty, prepare yourself for the time of your life. 

In South Korea, the Boryeong Mudfest originally started as a marketing campaign for the region’s mud-based beauty products. Since then, it has grown into one of the country’s most well-known and popular festivals. It’s not hard to see why. A giant mud fight held on the beach—what’s not to love? 

With mud massages, mud slides, and a mud prison for anybody who tries to dodge the mud flying every which way, this festival is a dirty-good time.

Get Messy at the San Vino Wine Fight Festival

Have you ever wanted to dramatically throw wine on someone like a scene straight from a movie? Well, you’re in luck. In Haro, Spain, during the San Vino Wine Fight, it’s no holds barred, wine-splashing fun.

Every year, on the 29th of June, locals and travelers come together in Haro, Spain to drench each other in all the red wine they can get their hands on. Wine lovers fear not—this is all the wine that wasn’t good enough to be bottled. But it’s more than good enough to use as ammo to squirt, dump, and splash your fellow festival-goers. 

It’s the kind of party you can toast your cup to … and promptly dump the contents on your neighbor. And because it takes place in the heart of Spanish wine country, you can toast yourself with a real glass of Spanish wine afterward, no dumping this time!

Go to (Water) War at Songkran Festival

Songkran Festival in Thailand is a nationwide water fight. Yep, you read that right—a water fight.

This fun festival is held annually in April to mark the beginning of the Buddhist New Year. It started as a cultural tradition of sprinkling water on Buddha images, monks, and elders. Years later, it has held onto its rich cultural traditions and grown into a massive water war with friends and strangers alike dousing each other with water through any means available—buckets, water guns, you name it.

For those hoping to stay a bit drier, you can enjoy colorful parades filled with floats, traditional dress, and more held throughout the country. 

Let Yourself Get Carried Away

Too often, we get caught up in picking the perfect destination based on personal preferences, biases, or budget, which is how we can gloss over some of the most extraordinary destinations out there!

So, that’s why for these crazy bucket list ideas, we suggest letting the destination pick you!

Throw a Dart at a Map

This one is old school, but it works! Simply throw a dart, and wherever it lands, you’ve got the location for your next trip. If it lands on a destination you can’t travel to, for whatever reason, throw it again. If it lands in the water, it looks like you’re booking a cruise.

Of course, if you don’t have a dart and a world map, just grab up an image of a world map, close your eyes, and let your cursor decide.

Draw Lots on Destinations

Choose your next trip like you’re on a game show! Simply write out the names of several destinations around the world, mix them up in a hat, and draw your lot.

This one’s a bit less random since you’re the one writing down the names, but you could also get a friend to write down some locations for you and draw from their picks or a combination! 

Book the Next Flight Next Vacay’s Flight Alert Sends You

You already know it will be a great airfare deal—vow to book the next location for the flight alert you get!

From cities across the country to halfway around the world, we challenge you to book a flight to the next place that comes in your inbox—as long as you haven’t been there before.

Travel to Run a Marathon

If you’re looking for something crazy, how about conquering your first or next marathon in a foreign country? 

There are international marathons all over that offer a test of physical ability and mental endurance backdropped against some of the world’s most historic and scenic locations. 

What better way to distract from the burn than to take in the views of some truly gorgeous spots around the world?

Follow in the Footsteps of Legends in the Athens Marathon

Have you ever wondered where the word marathon comes from? We have the legend of Pheidippides to thank for that. The story goes that Pheidippides ran from the city of Marathon to Athens, a distance of 26 miles, to announce their victory over the Persians.

In the Athens Marathon, you can retrace those victorious steps from the ancient battlefield in the city of Marathon to the birthplace of the modern marathon, the Olympic Stadium in Athens.

Run in Neverending Sunlight at the Tromsø Midnight Sun Marathon

If you’re looking for a unique marathon experience, look no further than the Midnight Sun Marathon in Norway. The race takes place in summer during the phenomenon known as the midnight sun, where for 76 days, the sun doesn’t set.

On top of the surreal experience of running a marathon at night with still plenty of sunlight to guide your way, the route of the Midnight Sun Marathon offers up jaw-dropping scenery in the form of snow-capped mountains, stunning fjords, and shimmering waters.

We wouldn’t blame you for taking out your camera on this run and snapping a few picks!

Race Over History on the Great Wall of China

The Great Wall Marathon takes you over one of the most iconic landmarks in China and the world. Known as one of the Seven Wonders of the New World, the Great Wall offers a rich history to those interested in exploring its depths further. 

Though the course is challenging, multiple length options offer runners varying degrees of difficulty. And the scenery includes everything from quaint and scenic villages to sprawling and spectacular farmland. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience fit for entry on any crazy bucket list. 

Bask in the Beauty of the Queenstown Marathon

When it comes to bucket list races, make sure this one is on your list. The Queenstown International Marathon might not be the easiest one to run, but it’ll be among the most beautiful. 

Set against the backdrop of the Remarkables Mountains in the distance, this race will take you through captivating fields and spectacular lakes, offering views that’ll definitely slow down your run time as you stop to take pictures.

And as Queenstown is known as the Adventure Capital of the World, there’ll be plenty for you to explore after you finish your race. 

Travel to Learn a New Skill

Raise your hand if you’re guilty of putting off traveling to a place you’ve dreamt of. Now, put up your other hand if you’re guilty of putting off taking a class to learn something you’re interested in.

It’s time to stop procrastinating and do both on your next vacation. For these wild bucket list ideas, it’s time to learn a new skill in a place that prides itself on being an expert. 

Learn How to Surf in Barbados

Barbados is known for its sparkling blue waters and sunny weather, making it the perfect bucket list destination to try a new skill like surfing.

Boasting some great locations for beginners to try out their skills and a slew of surfing schools to teach you the ropes, you can sign up for a lesson or two or plan your whole trip around learning to surf on one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful islands.

Take a Cooking Vacation in France

France is known for its food and fine dining. As the birthplace of the Michelin Star ratings and the country with the most 3-star restaurants, France has always prided itself on its cuisine. So what better place to take a cooking course and learn from the best?

Study the secrets to French bread and pastries or classic french dishes like bouillabaisse, quiche Lorraine, and croque monsieur.

This is one trip your taste buds will most certainly be thanking you for.

Practice Yoga in India

India is the birthplace of yoga, so what better place is there to learn the art of yoga and achieve physical and mental enlightenment?

Known for its tranquility and gorgeous natural scenery, Kerala offers the perfect paradise for yoga and meditation enthusiasts to train their bodies and minds on a relaxing getaway. And when you’re not perfecting your posture and searching for inner peace, Kerala has an endless array of excursions for you, from tea plantations to palm-tree-studded beaches. 

Learn Scuba Diving in Thailand

When you hear swimming with the fishes, scuba diving probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, but it’s undoubtedly an incredible experience that never really loses its shine. And to learn the ropes, there are few better places to do it than Ko Tao, Thailand. 

Excellent budget prices, great dive locations for beginners, and the chance to see whale sharks while you swim—it doesn’t get much better than that!

Become a Master Glass-Blower in Italy

Ever seen amazing glass art and wondered how someone did it? To learn from some of the best, try traveling to Murano, Italy, an island that’s been renowned for glassmaking since the 1200s. Enroll in a class or a week-long course and learn all the history and technique behind one of the most beautiful and delicate art forms.

Everyone loves a good souvenir, and there’s nothing like bringing one home that you created with your own two hands!

Dance the Tango in Argentina

Travel to become a dancing queen (or king).

Tango is a world-famous dance form with variations from North American Tango to Finnish Tango. But you can’t ask for a better reason to visit Argentina than to study the tango in one of the places where it originated. 

Learn the dance known for its fire and passion in the streets where it was first born in Buenos Aires.

Conquer a Force of Nature

Is there any feeling more thrilling than battling through the eye of mother nature and coming out on the other side older, wiser, and with a few more stories to tell?

If you want some fun challenges to add to your crazy bucket list ideas, try going up against mother nature herself. With patience and perseverance, you might just come out on top.

Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

This one is a popular climbing spot for a good reason! As the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world, it presents a unique challenge to experienced and novice climbers alike. 

Conquering this force of nature will be an unforgettable experience and perfect for your travel bucket list.

Walk Across the Salt Flats in Bolivia

Salt flats are level stretches of ground covered in salt and other minerals, and you’ll find the largest of these salt flats in southwest Bolivia!

The Salar de Uyuni offers amazing mirror effects during the rainy season and a white desert of salt during the drier months. 

Watching the sunrise and sunset over the flats, as well as stargazing from them, is an unmatched experience. So, go for the salt flats and stay to explore more in Bolivia, from the Laguna Colorada to Noel Kempff Mercado National Park.

Go Camping in Yosemite National Park

A haven of natural beauty, Yosemite Park offers giant sequoia trees, majestic waterfalls, and stunning rock formations like El Capitan.

For nature lovers, it’s paradise.

However, for someone who prefers to enjoy nature from a distance, this might seem like a genuinely crazy bucket list idea. 

But trust us, it’s worth it on this one to throw out your misgivings and give camping a try in one of the most scenic parks in the US!

Hike the Torres Del Paine in the South of Chile

Named after the iconic granite blue towers, the Torres Del Paine National Park is a ruggedly beautiful landscape. 

Stunning blue granite mountains, even bluer lakes and glaciers, and fields of golden grasslands make this park a hiker’s dream come true. No shortage of breathtaking views will keep your eyes busy and your camera full.

Dive in the Great Barrier Reef

Of all the reasons to visit Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the greatest. The largest coral reef in the world, it’s so massive that it’s bigger than the Great Wall of China and can be spotted from space. However, you don’t need to go all the way to outer space for a great aerial view of the reef. And even better is getting up close and personal.

The Great Barrier Reef is known as one of the best dive locations in the world, and with over 2,900 reefs, there’s an abundance of coral and marine life to observe in its near crystal clear waters.

See the Northern Lights

For seeing the northern lights, you have plenty of destinations to choose from when planning your Aurora safari, as you can see the lights in Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Finland. 

Just be sure to time it right, as they’re not visible all year round, and your best shot is September to mid-May. 

Crazy bucket list ideas combo: If you’re not sure which place you want to visit for the Aurora Borealis, draw lots! Write down all the places you can see the northern lights and pick your destination out of a hat for a spontaneous and magical adventure!

Go on a Glacier Hike at Perito Moreno Glacier

Perito Moreno Glacier might not be the largest glacier in Argentina, but it makes up for it in accessibility. You can greet this massive behemoth riding up on a boat, from further away along the boardwalk, or of course, by trekking across the ice itself!

We’d recommend all three, but hiking across the ice is a must and easy to do with crampons (little spikes) attached to your shoes. You won’t regret it! You can also watch and hear as ice shatters and falls away from the glacier into the water below. 

This is the kind of trip you won’t be forgetting anytime soon!

Walk Over a Volcano in Ethiopia

When it comes to crazy bucket list ideas, they don’t get much crazier than visiting a place others have referred to as “the gateway to hell.” The Danakil Depression in Ethiopia is known as the hottest place on earth, which is only one of the ways it earned itself this moniker. The others include an active volcano, permanent lava lake, and acid ponds.

With vivid pools ranging in color from neon yellow to turquoise and a landscape of salt planes and oddly-shaped iron and sulfur deposits, this part of Ethiopia offers a strangely vibrant landscape unlike anywhere else on the planet.

If you ever wanted to visit an alien planet, the Danakil Depression is likely the closest you’ll get. At least in the next few years.

Travel the World by Train

Whereas air travel is all about getting from point A to point B, train travel is a slower option for those that like to relax and enjoy the journey.

That’s why we’ve made the following crazy bucket list ideas about seeing the world from the window of a train.

Travel the Wilds of Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway

As the longest train route in existence, this is truly an experience like no other and a must-have on any great travel bucket list. This train ride starts in Moscow and ends almost a week later in Vladivostok. 

This railway offers a banquet of beautiful scenery to feast your eyes on from the train, but its stops also offer unique sightseeing opportunities! From Yaroslavl, one of the oldest cities in Russia, to Lake Baikal, the oldest and deepest freshwater lake in the world, to Ulan-Ude, a city where Orthodox churches and Buddhist temples stand side by side.  

Marvel at the Scenery Along The TranzAlpine

Many visitors to New Zealand have remarked on the beauty of the country’s south island. Consequently, it’s no surprise that many regard The TranzAlpine train journey as one of the most beautiful in the world. 

A reasonably short journey of under five hours, this train will take you from Christchurch through the Canterbury plains and rise into the Southern Alps before bringing you back down on the opposite side and into Greymouth. 

The journey features stunning views of the Alps and Waimakariri River along the way and over 15 tunnels and four viaducts, including the famous Staircase Viaduct. 

Explore the Glory of Vietnam Aboard the Reunification Express 

One of the most beloved train rides in Southeast Asia, this journey will take you between Ho Chi Minh City in the south and Hanoi in the north. It’s one of the best ways to explore Vietnam slowly, taking in this unique country’s culture, tradition, and history.

The train ride is only two days, but plenty of stops along the way will fill up your travel schedule: quiet seaside towns like Nha Trang, the imperial city of Hué, and Hanoi, which is where you can visit the famously beautiful Ha Long Bay. You can break this trip up into multiple parts as you explore the rich depths of Vietnam.

Take a Road Trip in a Foreign Country 

There’s nothing better than traveling at your own pace! It allows you to enjoy the things you love most about travel, whether that’s stopping to take pictures, discovering less-traveled paths, or checking out little towns along the way.

If you’re in the mood for group travel, these crazy bucket list ideas with friends are perfect. So, fly out, rent a car, and have a wild time road-tripping cross-country on these amazing routes! 

Explore Iceland’s Ring Road

The Ring Road in Iceland is the main road that circles the entire island. While you can make the drive in roughly 16 hours, you need a week at least to take in all the incredible sights along the way. From Hvitserkur, a basalt stack shaped like a dragon drinking from the water, to Reynisfjara, the most famous black sand beach in Iceland, the Ring Road doesn’t disappoint.

Iceland is a one-of-a-kind destination, and this is one road trip you’ll be recommending to everyone you know!

Wind Your Way Along Italy’s Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi drive in Italy takes you along the coast from Sorrento to Salerno and passes through Amalfi and Positano. The route is a bit of a challenge and often narrow, with zigzags and bends that’ll keep your eyes fixed on the road. But it also offers some of the most jaw-dropping views of the coast, which is why this road is a huge tourist attraction in itself. 

Plan your road trip for the shoulder season when the roads will be less busy and enjoy the stunning view of the coast and lush landscape. Scenic stops like the Path of the Gods hiking trail, Emerald Cave, Villa Rufolo, and so much more will ensure you take this trip slowly and enjoy every second.

Snake Through Transfagarasan Road in Romania

This road trip is certainly not for the faint of heart. Referred to by some, including Top Gear, as the best in the world, seeing an aerial view of this road may just make you think twice about traveling it. But that’s what makes it perfect as one of our crazy bucket list ideas.

Over 90 miles in length, this paved mountain crossing ranges from 1,600 feet of elevation to over 6,500 in some parts. 

This drive isn’t just hairpin turns and crazy elevation but offers some amazing stops and scenery along the way too—from Poenari Citadel, the home of Vlad the Impaler, to Vidraru Dam, from which you can see beautiful views of Vidraru Lake, and Balea Lac, a glacier lake and a must-see stop on your trip down this serpentine road.

Experience Pure Adventure on Ruta 40

If you’re looking for a classic road trip, look no further than Ruta 40 in Argentina. Running parallel to the Andes mountains and stretching from La Quiaca on the Bolivian border down to the Atlantic coast at Cabo Virgenes, this is one of the longest routes in the world. 

The route passes through 20 national parks and 18 major rivers and crosses back and forth over the Andes mountains over 25 times. Winding back and forth over the ever-changing landscape, this route manages to connect many of the country’s main cities and towns.

Ruta 40 serves as the perfect way to navigate Argentina’s most famous spots like the Salinas Grandes salt flats that stretch away towards the Andes Mountains, the renowned wine region of Mendoza, Nahuel Huapi Lake National Park, and countless others. 

Discover the Beauty of the North Highlands Along NC500

If you’ve ever wanted a route perfectly designed for hitting all the best spots, you’ve found it in the North Coast 500. Launched just recently in 2015, the route’s main goal was to promote tourism to Scotland’s more remote parts and help visitors discover the hidden beauties of the island’s north end. And it did the job.

Starting and ending at Inverness Castle, it’s best to take this scenic route slowly, as it travels through gorgeous countrysides, past fairytale-like castles, and so many more amazing historical sites and natural wonders. 

The beautiful village of Shieldaig and the 60-meter-high sea stack called Old Man Stoer are just some of the famous attractions you’ll see along the way.

Defy Gravity

Humans may have conquered flight some years ago now, but that doesn’t make these adventures feel any less death-defying. 

While these crazy bucket list ideas certainly aren’t for the faint of heart, they offer the kind of rush that belongs where else but on a catalog of wild bucket list ideas. 

Skydive in Hawaii

What better place to skydive than one of the most beautiful places in the world? If you thought Hawaii from the ground was stunning, just imagine your aerial view at 8,000 feet.

The best part is that no matter where you choose to skydive on any one of Hawaii’s islands, your eyes are in for a treat, from palm-tree-lined valleys to staggering volcanoes and mountains and shining blue waters. 

The view will either be a great distraction from just how high up you are or a terrible reminder, but either way, this is one wild ride that deserves its spot among your crazy bucket list ideas.

Bungee Jump at Victoria Falls

Grand and beautiful, the Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe offer a thrilling jump before the majesty of the falls themselves. 

This bungee jump is 364 feet of free-fall, during which you can contemplate all the decisions that got you here, plummeting toward the Zambezi River. The only thing louder than the thundering roar of the waterfall will be the desperate pounding of your heart.

Paraglide in Switzerland

If you’re looking for gorgeous scenery for your ride through the sky, look no further than Interlaken in Switzerland. 

This area offers a truly spectacular backdrop for your trip, with stunning mountains topped by dense forests, glacier peaks, and waters that range in color from emerald to turquoise blue, depending on the day. 

Zipline Through Forest Canopy in Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s rich biodiversity and thickly forested canopies can be experienced in many ways, but one of the best has to be by zipline. 

The majority of Costa Rica’s wildlife lives in the upper levels of the canopy. Therefore, an aerial adventure presents the perfect opportunity to lay eyes on some of these unique and colorful creatures. You’ll feel like a bird as you soar from one platform to another, catching glimpses of volcanoes, lakes, waterfalls, and more.

Ride a Hot Air Balloon in Cappadocia

One of the most beloved places in the world to take a hot air balloon ride, Cappadocia offers a truly magical and romantic experience you won’t find anywhere else. 

Cappadocia itself is reminiscent of a fairytale, with gorgeous and ever-changing landscapes that range from winding valleys to moon-like rock formations made from volcanic eruptions and erosion. 

Stunning sights abound, and the magic is only heightened when you look over the landscape to see a slew of other colorful hot air balloons filling up the sky above and around you. 

Watching the sunrise in Cappadocia will be a priceless memory you’ll treasure for life. 

Cliff Dive in Jamaica

For those brave tourists visiting Jamaica, you’ll have to check this cliff dive off of your wild bucket list ideas. 

Rick’s Cafe in Negril, Jamaica is a bar and restaurant set atop one of the island’s most popular cliff diving sites. With gorgeous views out over the Caribbean sea, patrons of Rick’s Cafe can enjoy a bite, a tropical island drink, and jump off a 35-foot cliff.

There are some smaller cliffs around that kids—and the less daring—can try out, but for those with nerves of steel, you might join the locals in climbing the trees surrounding the site for a higher jump. 

Even if you never do it again, diving from this cliff at least once in your life is a must.

Walk Across the World’s Highest Glass Bridge in China

Is there any terror more complete than looking down to see the world stretching out almost 1,000 feet below? What about when all that separates you from the ground is glass?

Welcome to the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge in Hunan, China. Over 1,400 feet long, this bridge stretches over a canyon connecting two mountain cliffs, offering stunning views out over the park and a heart-stopping view down into the canyon below. 

When it comes to crazy bucket list ideas, it doesn’t get much crazier than this!

Other Fun Travel Bucket List Ideas 

If you’re looking for other crazy bucket list ideas to plan your next vacay, here are a few more to make your next trip a dream come true adventure!

Visit the Setting of Your Favorite Book

Most of us have a favorite book, and with many books, the setting is crucial. After all, it sets the scene for everything that happens and serves as the backdrop for the romance, adventure, and comedy stuffed inside the pages. So why not visit the setting that served as inspiration for your favorite book? 

If your favorite novel happens to feature a made-up land, look up the author’s inspiration for their make-believe world and visit there to see for yourself all the real-world details that served to bring their make-believe world to life!

Plan a Trip Straight from Your Favorite Film 

Though the setting may be somewhere else, the actual shooting location for your favorite film might be somewhere else entirely. So, for this crazy bucket list idea, check out where your favorite movie was shot and plan a trip there. 

Some famous films like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings have dedicated tours that’ll take you through the filming locations for some of their most iconic scenes. In the case of Lord of the Rings, you can visit the Hobbiton Movie Set as it still stands on New Zealand’s north island.  

Take a Heritage Vacation

Many of us often wonder where we come from, and there are plenty of genealogy tracking websites out there to help you discover more of your personal history. But once you have your history in hand, what then? How about taking a heritage vacation? 

Travel to the country of your ancestors and learn from the source about the kind of place they came from to gain a deeper understanding of your history and how you came to be who you are and live where you do.

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