Warning: wanderlust guaranteed! How many of these top holiday wishlist destinations for Irish people have you been to?
According to a national survey, Irish people are united on their desire to jet off on a South African safari.
A national RED C survey conducted on behalf of independent travel specialists, Travel Counsellors has revealed that one in three people consider a safari as a 'bucket list' item.
Hanging with wildlife on the plains was closely followed by whale watching in Alaska considered a must-do for 28% of people.
Meanwhile, partying the night away at Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil was a preference for a further 27% of people.
The survey of over 1,000 also found that among those aged between 18-24, scuba diving or snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef was top of the agenda for 33% of Irish millennials.
Where else can you play castaway on a bare-bones camping adventure on a coral cay with a 3,000 acre ocean lagoon on your doorstep? Here's looking at you #LadyMusgraveIsland! ? Located off the coast of the Town of 1770 (@gladstoneregion), this protected pocket of water is like swimming in an ocean aquarium, and its calm waters are perfect for families and swimmers of all abilities to snorkel and explore the colourful reef! ? If you choose to daytrip instead, you can view the reef by glass bottom boat, go diving, snorkelling, take island walks and discover the amazing and pristine reef habitat many marine and land animals call home. ? #thisisqueensland by @melissafindley of @haylsa #southerngreatbarrierreef
What about you? Where does your heart yearn to take you? Let us know in the comments below.