The 50 destination list, compiled by the Flight Network and more than 500 representatives from various travel industries, includes three entries from Australia – driving the Great Ocean Road (19), hiking the Blue Mountains (42) and driving the Australian Outback (28).
Read on for the top 10.
You can catch ships bound for Antarctica from Ushuaia, Argentina. If you choose to take that route you will need to fly into Buenos Aires, then take a connecting flight to Ushuaia’s Malvinas Argentinas International Airport.
You will need to do some serious legwork to get to the Galapagos Island. They are located in the eastern Pacific Ocean, some 973 km off the coast of South America.
The Trans-Siberian Railway is the world’s longest train journey at 9,300km and offers a classic, 7-day trip starting from Moscow and ending in the port city of Vladivostok.
To travel to Machu Picchu you will need to land in the Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in Cusco, Peru.
The 951 kilometre highway is a legendary drive that takes roughly 15 hours to complete.
The 1,332 km drive starts in Keflavik, and weaves around the entire island taking in glaciers, waterfalls and an ice tunnel.
With Vancouver, British Colombia a handy depature point for Alaska, its pretty easy to get to.
Begin the trek by flying into Biarritz Pays Basque Airport – a 52 km drive from St. Pied de Port, France, which marks the starting point of the Camino Francés.
Make your journey directly into Athens International Airport.
The Dalmatian Coast is located 23 km southeast from Dubrovnik in the town of Cilipi.
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