Travel Wish List

Updated: Mar 18, 2020

Welcome to our Travel Wish List! Item #1

Everywhere. Literally everywhere... Okay, maybe not active war zones.

Here are a few places that have gotten our attention, or that we would re-visit:



• Byron Bay





Rila Monastery


Wicklow, Ireland - sculpture garden


• Aurora House

• Ubud:

Mount Bomo


• Xingyi, Guizhou


Lost Gardens of Heligan


• Parga (town)

• Santorini:


• Nördlingen - Inspiration for location in Attack On Titan


• Orvieto Hubertus, • Benevento


Otagi Nenbutsuji Temple

Takachiho Gorge, Japan:


The Datai hotel:


Aktun Chen

New Zealand

• Te Araroa Trail:

3,000 km Mr. Gear New

Great guide:


World Expeditions:

Blue Pools Walk and Devil's Bath: Official Website

Fjordland National Park



Clay Cliffs Omarana




• Terceira Island - Algar do Carvao • Monte Clerigo Beach, Near Alijezur (popular with surfers)

Sintra, Inverted Tower


Manuela`s Wee Bakery :


Gardens By The Bay

South Africa

• Cape Town

• Durban

uShaka Marina World:



Sri Lanka



Kui Buri National Park - Best place to see elephants

Muangboran the Ancient City


• Balat, Istanbul


Ansty Cross, Dorchester

Lulworth Cove

Castle Combe




New York City

Pete's Tavern - oldest operating resturant in New York city


Mütter Museum

New Orleans

Faulkner House Books


Fishlake National Frorest, Pando Tree colony:

British Columbia

Chilkoot Trail: Stretches into Alaska. Requires a good fitness level. Linked to Klondike gold rush. 1,067 meter high Chilkoot Pass seperates Alaska and British Columbia

53 km, 5 - 8 days. Time of year, late July to August. Average travel on third day can take up to 12 hours. World expeditions:

Parks Canada: Ski Resort...but in the summer. 50 km of trails. Alpine wildflowers bloom July - August.

Whistler Gondola: 4.4 km peak to peak, world's longest unsupported span, highest lift of its kind.

Similkameen Valley, B.C.

Okanagan Valley, B.C. Laughing Stock Vinyards

Road Trip: Highway 99 - Sea to Sky Highway North America's most southerly fiord, - Tantalus Range and Paradise Valley Lookouts - Sea to Sky Gondola - Joffre Lakes Park

Capilano Suspension Bridge


Region: Northumberland Country. Only an hour away from Toronto with some curious outdoor options. Northumberland

Cheltenham Badlands

Rouge National Urban Park

Point Pelee National Park

Road Trip: North Shore. Midsummer. Hiking and kayaking. 690 km Nokomis Trail Agawa Rock - Katherine Cove -

Neys Provincial Park:

Sleeping Giant:

The Hoito Resturant:

Lincoln Lakeshore, Ont. Tawse Winery Niagara Peninusla, Ont

Prince Edward County, Ont

Algonquin Park


Montérégi, Que.

Parc National De Plaisance Wetlands of the North - kayak and hike

Gatineau 165 km of trails Lusk Cave:

Road Trip: The Route Des Navigateurs and Gapésie. June + July whale watching and sea kayaking. Beaches and villages.


Percé, fresh seafood:

Parc National Du Bic Pointe-au-Pére Lighthouse:

Amqui: Parc National De Miguasha:


Precé Rock:

Nunavic - Quebec's Far North

Nova Scotia

Gaspereau vallery

St. Pierre and Miquelon

Grand Barachois and Isthme De Langlade: birding, seals Langlade: hiking Miquelon: historic town L'ile Aux Marins: Ghost town, once was a fishing village Saint-Pierre: 90% of islands population lives in the town

Roat Trip: Cabot Trail. Best in summer or fall 395 km Keltic Lodge

Skyline Trail


Road Trip: The Red Coat Trail - Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba. Best in early summer. 1,300 km Rusty Relics Museum:

Souris Swinging Bridge:


Road Trip: The Icefields Parkway. Start in Edmonton and drive south for better views. Best in the summer. 365 km

Jasper Skytram

Athabaska Falls

Goat Lick Bow Summit Lake Peyto Lake

Bow Lake

Crowfoot Glacier

New Brunswick

Road Trip: Fundy Costal Drive, May or late September. 460 km Alma, for lobster:

Hopewell Rocks: Bay of Fundy: tides have a vertical range of up to 16 meters, highest in the world. Move more water each cycle than the combined flow of all the freshwater rivers on the planet. Fundy National Park: Take routes 925 and 106 to Douchester and Sackville (unspoiled willderness route)

Newfoundland + Labrador

Fogo Island Inn:

Gros Morne National Park

Road Trip: The Trans-Labrador Highway. Best to go July - August. Need good shock absorbers. Emergency satellite phones are available roadside.

1, 310 km

Point Armour Lighthouse:

Red Bay National Historic Site: 16th century Basque whaling Battle Harbour Inn: Cartwright: Tour the Wonderstrands

Happy Valley-Goose Bay: Seek out deep fried cod tongues. Airport has a T-Bird, Vulcan bomber and Voodoo CF-101 on display. Labrador Military Museum:

Churchill Falls: World's second largest underground power station. Reserve for tour.

North West Territories

Road Trip: Dempster Highway (Yukon and North West Territories) 740 Km, Mostly campgrounds and outhouses. Best time: Early Fall. Tombstone Territorial Park:


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