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LONDON, September 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Have you ever thought about what you want to do before you die? The 2007 film The Bucket List highlighted this with Jack Nicholson, and Morgan Freeman. With the bucket list being effectively your list of things you want to achieve before you die. So, do you want to Climb a mountain, drive a Ferrari, run a marathon? Or just simply make a million...

We all have our personal ambitions and goals, some easily achievable and some we'd seriously need to work at to obtain. But what's important is you strive to reach your own objectives, and don't worry about anyone else's. As we're all about healthy, active living, the team at have been thinking about all things we'd like to do before we die. We've pulled out a whole range of experiences covering; culture, travel, adrenaline, surprise and the darn-right outrageous!

    1. Swim with Dolphins
    2. Walk the Great wall of China
    3. Dive with Sharks
    4. Run the Virgin London Marathon
    5. Visit Petra in Jordan
    6. See the Northern Lights
    7. Walk the Machu Picchu trail
    8. Go on an African Safari
    9. Float in the Dead Sea
    10. Go white water rafting
    11. Visit the Amazon Rainforest
    12. Fire Walking
    13. Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge
    14. Run with the bulls in Pamplona
    15. Visit the Galapagos Islands
    16. Ride on the Orient Express
    17. Watch the sunset over Ayers Rock
    18. Cycle a leg of the Tour de France
    19. See an active volcano
    20. Bungee Jump in Queenstown, New Zealand
    21. Drive a Formula One Car
    22. Fly in a helicopter over the Grand Canyon
    23. Fly a fighter jet
    24. Climb Mount Everest
    25. Go into Space

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