AD: US & Canada Travel Wish List

I’ve done a few travel wish list style posts on my blog before but rarely do I categorize them into certain continents or type of holiday. I did so with my Winter travel wish list and I really enjoyed creating that post as it really allowed me to hone in on the types of travel experiences I’d like to have in the future.

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I don’t travel a lot and for the last few years I’ve tended to stick to staycations such as the Norfolk Broads, the Severn Valley Railway, and The Lake District among others. I love a staycation – I think the UK is a beautiful place to go on holiday and there’s so many gems here to discover.

BUT I would like to travel internationally more in the future, as there’s so many places I still want to see. Look at any of my previous travel wish lists and the places on them tend to be more Europe and Scandinavia based. Across the pond seems like a whole other world to me. But definitely one I’d like to explore in my life at some point!

Here are some of the destinations on my US and Canada travel wish list!

Walt Disney World Florida

I mean, obviously this was going to be the top of my list? I’ve been to Disneyland Paris a few times and I love it but of course I’d love to experience more Disney Parks than just the Paris one eventually. Walt Disney World would obviously be the top choice as there’s SO MUCH TO DO. One of my favourite bloggers, Lady Writes, has recently come back from a mega family holiday to WDW and has lots of content about it on her blog!

New York at Christmas

I mean, I’m not a city person really. But who doesn’t want to explore New York? The shopping. The food. Broadway. Central Park. The Statue of Liberty. I want to see it all! Better still, I’d love to visit New York at Christmas and see everything with the added magic of the Christmas lights and Christmas trees. Dreamy…

Explore Vancouver

I think Canada has always appealed to me a bit more than the US. Surrounded by mountains and water, Vancouver definitely sounds up my street. And I think one of the best ways to experience it all would be looking at car hire in Vancouver. The Sea to Sky Gondola, Vancouver Aquarium, a whale watching trip, English Bay Beach and much more, you’d definitely need a car to get everything in!

Niagara Falls & Maid of the Mist Boat Trip

Ever since watching Bruce Almighty all those years ago, I’ve wanted to visit Niagara Falls and take a ride of the Maid of the Mist boat to get right up close to the falls themselves. From the very limited amount I’ve seen in videos etc, they look absolutely beautiful, so this would definitely be on my wish list of things to do in both the US and Canada!

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Grand Canyon

I don’t know much about the Grand Canyon but I do know it’s absolutely beautiful and definitely somewhere I’d like to see in my lifetime. I’d love to visit during sunrise and sunset and get some gorgeous photos among all those millions of years of geological history.

US Grand Prix

And finally, it wouldn’t be a wish list without some sort of racing event on it would it? You know I love my F1 but I’m yet to go to a Grand Prix. If I found myself in the US, the Grand Prix would definitely be on my list of things to do. The US Grand Prix is always one I look forward to the most throughout the season too.

Have you been to the US or Canada? What’s been the most incredible place you’ve visited? Have you been to any of these places I’ve mentioned here?

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  1. I live in the USA and it is my favorite travel destination. Utah in particular with its red rock landscape and 5 national parks! But I love Canada too. Again, nature at its best, and no crowds.

  2. I went to Walt Disney World as a kid, the one and only time I’ve been to the US! It was amazing and I loved Florida, but there are so many other places I’d love to go to. I agree with you that Canada has always appealed a bit more – I think I’d feel quite at home as it sometimes seems a bit like Scotland on steroids! I would love to go to Vancouver one day, if I’m lucky!

    1. Scotland on steroids 😂 but yes Canada has always appealed more – it seems like a friendly place. Shame there’s not a Disney in Canada!

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  4. I’ve never been to either and my only wish would have been to visit my friend in NYC. Oh and Walt Disney World Florida would have been nice to go to. 🙂

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  5. I’ve been to all of these places except the Grand Prix. Excellent choices.

  6. I think my wishlist would be almost exactly the same as yours!! I went to New York with school when I was 15/16 and it’s such an amazing city – I’ve been dying to go back and do it on my terms ever since. My parents did a mini tour of Canada a few years ago, too, and it sounded so amazing. They went to Toronto and surrounding areas. It seems like it’s a beautiful country all over!

    1. A tour of Canada sounds amazing x

  7. jasonlikestotravel says:

    Wonderful list of places. I’d add Seattle as a worthy visit in the US when you get around to visiting Vancouver as it’s only just over the border and has a good number of mountains and things nearby too 🙂

    1. Thanks for the recommendation!

  8. OMG I want to go to some of these places too!!! x

  9. New York and WDW are high up on my travel wishlist! I’d love to go to Canada at some point too. My brother lives out there and when my Dad came back from visiting him he was full of stories of how amazing it all was! Xx

    1. Oh I bet it was!

  10. Oh my gosh, Christmas in New York would be incredible! It’s on my list too but omg it would be so cold xx

    1. It sure would! I love the cold though!

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