Planning a vacation can be stressful. From finding a place to stay to creating a list of activities to keep everyone happy, it’s not easy work. However, the most difficult task is simply choosing a destination. You don’t want to visit the same places you go every year. But how can you decide on a new spot having never been there? I’m happy to say that Victoria Ward has made this much easier thanks to her travel guide book, The Bucket List: Places to Find Peace and Quiet.
Your Ideal Vacation is Practically Already Planned in “The Bucket List”
Most of you have probably already fallen down the disappointing rabbit whole of searching for the best travel spots online. Every site says the same thing. ‘New York is perfect for the big city lover who prefers a concrete jungle over a real one!’ or ‘Lover of food, art, and historical European culture? Book your flight to Paris today!’ Very insightful, I know. Nobody is booking a flight anywhere based on a very generic one sentence description. This is not an issue in The Bucket List. It features not only the best places to vacation but also all the best attractions and sights of each location.
Whether you’re on the hunt for art galleries, fine dining, jungle adventures, or the best parks, it is all laid out for you. This guide was composed by an experienced traveler who knows all the mainstream tourist attraction as well as secret escapes any location has to offer. This means wherever you decide to go you don’t have to frantically search and plan for where to go. All you have to do is open up a page and say ‘That sounds perfect, let’s go!’ Everything is has been painstakingly thought out and arranged already, leaving you stress free.
Enough Variety to Satisfy the Wildest of Travelers
The Bucket List is more than just a handbook for a quick weekend getaway. Everyone’s trip desires are unique. Some people want to explore the depths of an exotic rainforest, creeping with wildlife. Others want to enjoy a relaxing week filled with good food, beautiful sights, and walks through an old town oozing with character.
Whatever your individual needs are, they have been accounted for. From Tokyo to London, to even the Arabian Deserts, there is a destination with your name on it. The newlywed couple looking for an exciting weekend away will have an equally memorable time away as the experienced, hardcore hikers looking to explore a mountain top rainforest.
Planning a trip can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. The Bucket List: Places to Find Peace and Quiet has already done all the hard work, so you don’t have to. Enough with the frantic searching, frustrating phone calls, and hectic emailing between travel agencies. It’s all wrapped up and packaged in this perfect little one-stop-shop of a book. The only thing for you to do is read until one of the destinations inevitably capture your imagination and send you on your way to a trip full of memories to last a lifetime. Buy Here