What's on your travel bucket list? A recent survey ranked County Kerry and the Ring of Kerry specifically as the #3 bucket list item for travelers around the world. 

County Kerry, the jewel of Ireland's south-west, is known as the Kerry Kingdom, and with good reason. With stunning sights such as the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, and the Skellig Islands, County Kerry is one of the most famous and beautiful of the 32 counties.

So it makes sense that in a recent survey about bucket list destinations around the world, County Kerry ranked #3. 

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Driving along the Ring of Kerry. Photo: iStock

Driving along the Ring of Kerry. Photo: iStock

Global travel site Big 7 Travel has released their official list of the 'Top 50 Bucket List Destinations 2019'.

Following on from sample survey results of their 1.5million social audience, they found out which destinations across the world feature most on people’s bucket lists.

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Bali, Indonesia, came in at No.1, with New Orleans, USA at No.2 and Ireland’s Kerry at No.3.

The Gap of Dunloe, Co. Kerry. Photo: Tourism Ireland

The Gap of Dunloe, Co. Kerry. Photo: Tourism Ireland

The Ring of Kerry, the county's world-famous scenic driving route, received an especially high number of mentions. The most popular approach is to start in Killarney and make one’s way to Kenmare, along the rugged coastline of the Iveragh Peninsula and then back again through a number of charming villages, but some visitors prefer to drive it the other way around!

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Kenmare, Co. Kerry

Kenmare, Co. Kerry

Rounding out the top 10 destinations behind County Kerry were Marrakech, Morocco; Sydney, Australia; The Maldives; Paris, France; Cape Town, South Africa; Dubai, UAE; and Bora Bora, French Polynesia. You can check out the full 'Top 50 Bucket List Destinations 2019' here. 

What world destinations are on your bucket list? How about destinations in Ireland? Let us know on social or in the comment section. 

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A woman exploring the coastline near Sybil head along the Dingle peninsula. Getty Images