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Making a Family Travel Bucket List

by Adrienne
Family Travel Bucket List

One of my family’s goals this year is to get out and see more of the world, so I created a family travel bucket list which we have hung up on our fridge. We have visited some of the places listed below, but I haven’t posted these visits yet.

The family travel bucket list is also available to you to download at the end of the post.

What is a bucket list ?

bucket list


noun Informal.

a list of things a person wants to achieve or experience, as before reaching a certain age or dying:

a bucket list for a terminally ill patient;

What’s on your summer bucket list?


According to dictionary.com

Our list was inspired by a friend of mine from high school, Michelle Curtain. She writes on her blog entitled “The Great Wide Somewhere” about how to plan a trip and places to visit around the world. Here’s her bucket list. Last I checked on her instagram, she has been to 41 countries!!

Our family goal is to travel abroad or out of our town at least twice a year.

Here is our list!

Hajj —- Image parAdli Wahid de Pixabay
  • Hajj / Umrah – Muslim pilgrimage
  • Medinah
  • United States
    • Grand Canyon
    • Spokane
    • Gatlinburg, TN – Summer 2019
Grand Canyon — Image parFree-Photos de Pixabay
  • Canada
    • Toronto
    • Prince Edward Island
    • Quebec
  • Indonesia
Indonesian Mosque — Image paragus santoso de Pixabay
  • France
    • South of France
    • Brittany
    • Normandy Coast – Spring 2018
    • Loire Valley – Spring 2019
  • Switzerland – Fall 2018 / Spring 2019
  • Germany – Spring 2018
  • South Korea
  • Malaysia
  • Amsterdam
  • Morroco
  • Andalousia, Spain
  • Greece
  • Egypt
  • Scotland
  • Iceland
  • Australia
  • Turkey
    • Istanbul
    • Izmir
    • Cappadocia
    • Trabazon – Summer 2018
    • Elazig – Summer 2014, 2016, 2018
    • Zip line – Summer 2018

You can start writing your own bucket list today too with our free downloadable printable, follow the details below!

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