My Wanderlist Tag

Hi loves, happy Saturday! I was intact going to share with you all my travel bucket list, but to make it a little more interactive, I thought I would create the ‘My Wanderlist Tag’ I am an absolute travel fanatic, something you may now know as ‘Wanderlust’! I thought I would tweak it a bit and make a ‘Wanderlist’ of places I want to travel to! Let me know where you would like to travel in the future…Without further ado, here it is!


  1. Include the ‘My Wanderlist Tag’ logo in your post.
  2. Include all the cities/countries you have visited so far.
  3. List your top 15 places to travel from your bucket list!
  4. Nominate 5+ people to do this tag!

I thought I would start off with the places I’ve been to:)

NZ- Queenstown

Australia- Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Alice Springs, Canberra

India- Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Agra

UAE- Dubai & Sharjah



USA- California: Los Angeles, San Francisco. Massachusetts: Boston

For my age, I’d say I’ve had the privilege to travel to quite a few places…and for this I am truly grateful! Experiencing different cultures really brings me happiness and I find that I can get lost into different cultures really easily! Here are some of the places on my bucket list.

  1. Paris, France
  2. Santorini, Greece
  3. New York City, NY
  4. Yosemite National Park, California
  5. Italy
  6. Hawaii, USA
  7. Switzerland
  8. London, UK
  9. Nantucket, Massachusetts
  10. Monte Carlo
  11. Tokyo, Japan
  12. Orlando, Florida
  13. Maldives
  14. Washington D.C, USA
  15. Munich, Germany

I Tag:

  1. Dewdrops0213
  2. James Patmore
  3. Thoughtful Tash
  4. Teenella
  5. Chocolate Drops
  6. Robin Blue

There you have it! 15 places that I want to travel too…a little ambitious but I guess that’s what makes it all the more fun! Have you been to any of these places? Would you like to go? Leave it in the comments below or include these in your tags!

Love and hugs and happy travelling!

Signing off,

Shreya xx

“Travelling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.”  – Ibn Battuta