Melbourne: If you are planning your dream vacation, then News Corp Australia`s national travel editor Brian Crisp has made the ultimate bucket list for you.
Crisp has compiled a list of total 100 places which are a must visit before one dies, News.com.au reported.
The remote Kimberley Region of Western Australia has made the top of the list.
Crisp said that the Kimberley region was largely undiscovered by Aussies as it is hard to get to but travelers will surely be blown away its spirituality and stunning natural assets.
Crisp has also picked the top 10 places out of his 100 choices.
Alberta, Canada was placed second, for its breathtaking view of the snow-covered mountains, lakes and bears.
Sailing the Mediterranean is the third choice according to the travel list as the Star Clipper experience is amazing and it is the best way to go island hopping.
According to Crisp, one must experience walking with lions in Mauritius but advices to stay still when they come bounding towards you.
Cuba is another must visit, for its people and the culture which would make dreams come true.
Turtle Island, Fiji stood 6th on the list, as it is the ultimate destination to relax whereas Iguazu Falls is to be visited just for its sheer beauty.
India`s Holi Festival is a must as the colours, people and the curries are mesmerizing.
Wimbledon is the 9th must place to visit as it is a tradition and the best of England seem all rolled up into two weeks.
Nashville came 10th on the list as its is the hub of country music, which Crisp simply loves a lot.