IN BEELD. De échte bucketlist voor reisfanaten

Elk jaar verschijnen er talloze lijstjes met waar je als reisfanaat toch minstens één keer voet aan de grond moet hebben gezet. De experts van Lonely Planet maken komaf met alle andere bucketlists, en stellen hun eigen ultieme top twintig voor. 

1. De tempels van Angkor, Cambodja

Foto Wikimedia
Foto Wikimedia


2. Het Great Barrier Reef, Australië

This photo taken on November 20, 2014 shows an aerial view of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of the Whitsunday Islands, along the central coast of Queensland.  The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park encompasses about 99 percent of the World Heritage-listed natural wonder, with the additional one percent outside the marine park but within the heritage-listed area -- about 3,600 square kilometres (1,390 square miles) -- being managed by the Queensland state government and includes most islands and ports, as well as lakes and other waterways.       AFP PHOTO / SARAH LAI


3. Machu Picchu, Peru

Tourists walk among the ruins of the Machu Picchu citadel, 130 km northwest of Cusco, Peru on July 6, 2011. The Inca compound is being prepared for the centennial commemoration of its discovery by American adventurer and archaeologist Hiram Bingham in 1911. Machu Picchu recognized as a World Wonder in 2007 sits at 2,350 meters above sea level in the heart of the Urubamba valley in southern Peru, 510 kilometers south of Lima. The complex which remained unknown to Spanish conquerors is now visited by up to 250,000 a year. AFP PHOTO/Cris BOURONCLE


4. De Chinese Muur, China

Chinese tourists climb the Great Wall at Badaling, north of Beijing, on April 22, 2015.   AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE


5. De Taj Mahal, India

Indian Muslim devotees offer Eid al-Fitr prayers at the historic Taj Mahal in Agra on August 20, 2012. Millions of Muslims across Asia began celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday on August 19, with a month of fasting giving way to feasting, family reunions and raucous festivities. India has the second largest population of Muslim followers in the world with over 150 million faithful.   AFP PHOTO/ STR


6. De Grand Canyon, VS

epa02299386 (FILE) An undated handout photo made available by the National Park Service on 17 August 2008 shows a view down the Colorado river from Nankoweap in Marble Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park near Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA. The world-famous Grand Canyon in Arizona is facing a series of challenges that could fundamentally alter the character of the popular natural wonder, according to a new report released 24 August 2010 by the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA). The 80-page State of the Parks report said that the main danger came from mismanagement of the Colorado River, especially after construction of the Glen Canyon dam in the 1960s that trapped nutrient-rich sediments behind the dam, making the waters clearer, cooler and more hospitable to invasive species and wildlife.  EPA/NATIONAL PARK SERVICE / HANDOUT  EDITORIAL USE ONLY


7. Het Colosseum, Italië

People march in front of the Colosseum during the Gay Pride Parade (LGBT) on June 13, 2015 in Rome.  AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE


8. De watervallen van Iguazú, Argentinië en Brazilië

A tourist looks at the Iguazu Falls, one of the Natural Seven Wonders of the World, form the Brazilian side on April 11, 2012, in Foz de Iguazu, Brazil. The waterfall system --of 2.7 km long-- consists of 275 falls, and has an annual peak flow of some 6,500 cubic meters a second. An acute drought has hit the famed horseshoe-shaped Igauzu falls which straddle two countries, cutting back the tumbling waters to reveal the rocky sides. Only a third of the usual volume of water is now flowing over the top of the stunning falls, which were listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984 and border both Brazil and Argentina. AFP PHOTO/Norberto Duarte
AFP PHOTO/Norberto Duarte


9. Het Alhambra, Spanje

View taken on July 27, 2012 of the Court of the Lions (Patio de los Leones) at the Alhambra Palace in Granada. The Court of the Lions has been open to the public later after 10 years restoring Lions . AFP PHOTO / JORGE GUERRERO.


10. Aya Sophia, Turkije

epa02868792 A general view of Hagia Sophia Museum  during sunset, in Istanbul, Turkey on 16 August 2011.  EPA/TOLGA BOZOGLU


11. De medina van Fez, Marokko

Wikimedia / Bjørn Christian Tørrissen
Wikimedia / Bjørn Christian Tørrissen


12. De Twaalf Apostelen, Australië

In this photo taken on March 24, 2015, waves crash into the base of natural limestone structures known as the Twelve Apostles off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean road in Victoria. The close proximity of the collection of limestone stacks to one another has made the site a popular tourist attraction.  AFP PHOTO / INDRANIL MUKHERJEE


13. Petra, Jordanië

Foto E. Deleu
Foto E. Deleu


14. Tikal, Guatemala

A Guatemalan Maya native visits Tikal archaeological site in Peten departament 560 km north of Guatemala city on December 20, 2012. Ceremonies will be held here to celebrate the end of the Mayan cycle known as Bak'tun 13 and the start of the new Maya Era on December 21. AFP PHOTO/Hector RETAMAL


15. Het British Museum, Verenigd Koninkrijk

Wikimedia / Eric Pouhier
Wikimedia / Eric Pouhier


16. De Sagrada Família, Spanje

A view of the front of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi's unfinished cathedral La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, 07 June 2006. Religious services will be able to take place in the nave by 2008, the construction committee said Wednesday.
Foto AFP


17. Fiordland National Park, Nieuw-Zeeland

Wikimedia / Marc Mann
Wikimedia / Marc Mann


18. Santorini, Griekenland

An Orthodox bell tower overlooks the port town of Fyra, on the Greek island of Santorini, 06 July 2007. With a view to one of the most stunning sunsets in the Mediterranean, Santorini is one of Greece's most popular tourist destinations. AFP PHOTO /Sakis Mitrolidis
AFP PHOTO /Sakis Mitrolidis


19. Galapagoseilanden, Ecuador

Marine iguanas in "Playa de los Perros" (Dogs Beach) in the Santa Cruz island in the Galapagos Archipelago, on July 16, 2015. AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO BUENDIA


20. Museum of Old & New Art, Australië

TO GO WITH STORY: Lifestyle-culture-art-Australia,FEATURE by Amy Coopes This undated handout photo received on February 12, 2013 shows the unorthodox Museum of Old and New Art, or MONA and which has become one of Australia's most talked-about tourist attractions, a rusted, hulking edifice perched on a hillside 100 steps up from Tasmania's Derwent River.  Though centred around the Aus$75 million custom-built museum and its Aus$100 million collection, MONA is about much more than art -- it has an on-site brewery and vineyard, accomodation, restaurant and wine bar, and has shot to prominence in the two short years it's been open, seeing Lonely Planet name the tiny harbour hamlet of Hobart one of the world's top 10 cities to visit in 2013.  MONA is intended to be a challenge -- to the senses and the art establishment.  AFP PHOTO   ----EDITORS NOTE ----RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / HO /  MONA / NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS