Destinations covered

While these are the destinations covered, we would hope to get to 50 destinations (well, as the website suggests) at some point in life. Note that the key word is destinations and not countries. The differentiation being – there are certain places we consider as separate even through from sovereignty perspective, they are considered one country – Hawaii, Guam, Alaska being cases in point.
We have covered 27 destinations as in the map above (love the fact we did Russia, lol).

The destinations covered are as follows so far.
Asia-Pacific (18): India, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka, Brunei Darussalam, Australia, Taiwan, Vietnam,
Africa (2): Mauritius, Tanzania
Middle East (1): UAE
N. America (1): USA
S. America:
Europe (5): England, Iceland, Turkey, Greece, Russia

Following are the potential places we would be keen to see although this is subject to change all the time for various factors. The total of the following is about 46 so obviously there are only half of them that we can choose to get to the mark.

APAC (7): Japan, Fiji, NZ, Tasmania, Mongolia, Bhutan, Myanmar
Middle East (3): Iran, Morocco, Jordan,
Africa (2): Madagascar, South Africa,
Europe (19): Austria, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Scotland, Portugal, Spain, Norway, Wales, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Italy, Luxembourg, Bermuda /Isle of Man / Cayman Islands,
S. America (5): Antarctica, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, 
N/C. America (8): Alaska, Canada, Hawaii, Guam, Greenland, Mexico, Cuba, Panama,

Other contenders: The Bahamas, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Egypt, Fiji, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Maldives, Qatar, Romania, Serbia, Seychelles, Slovakia, Slovenia, Uruguay, Puerto Rico, Papua New Guinea, Laos,


  • D. Chapman

    June 9, 2015 at 11:08 am

    great portfolio! and great choice of camera body (from a fellow 5D3 user)


    • Destination50

      June 13, 2015 at 3:49 am

      Thanks D… Yes, its indeed a great gear. I do get tempted to lighten my travel by thinking about mirrorless but 5D3 is just not replacable (yet)!


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