My Bucket List
All the places I'd like to go
Pictures and Information
This is a picture of the tropical island Bora Bora.You can see mountains , lush rain forests, and the crystal clear waters near the shore of the island. There are 8800 permanent residents that live on this island. on this island you may hike Mount Otemanu or Mount Pahia, you may also canoe, paddle boat, snorkel, Jet-ski and much more.
Off the coast of south america this 63 square mile island is one of the most remote islands in the world with only 5800 people are permanent residents. this island was called Easter island because it was discovered on Easter. You may not have heard of Easter island but most every one has seen pictures of the famous Moai statues created by the ancient Rapa Nui people. This island is overflowing with history and I'd like to see it!
This island has a population of 183,645 and is 456 square miles. it is located in French Polynesia in the Society Islands archipelago.Tahiti is separated into two sections Tahiti Nui (Big Tahiti) and Tahiti Iti (small Tahiti). Tahiti has many roads and ways of transportation in Tahiti Nui but on Tahiti Iti you must travel by foot. there is the rain Forest to hike through and shopping would be fun but most of all I'd want to see the black sand beaches which it is famous for.
New Zealand is a beautiful mountainous terrain with green fields and scenery every where you look. It is made of 2 main islands and 4.471 million people. ever=n though this place is rich with culture and absolutely beautiful I'd like to go there because that is where the Lord of the rings was filmed and the scenery in that film is wonderful. (I'd also like to see the set of it even if it is not possible)
Machu Picchu was built by the ancient civilization of the Incas around 1450. When the Spanish came to Peru in 1572 the site was abandoned but the Spanish never found or destroyed it. in 338 years in 1911 the temple was found by Hiram Bingham found the site.
As of now 400 visitors are allowed to visit per day, you must also take the long hike up the mountain in which it is located, but in my opinion the trip and regulations are worth it!