AARP Says This Is the #1 Place Baby Boomers Want to Visit Before They Die
Have you already checked this destination off your bucket list?
If you’re anything like us, you’re constantly adding new destinations to your travel bucket list. And if you’re anything like the majority of baby boomers in America, there’s probably one place that tops your list: Hawaii.
A new study from AARP cites the Aloha State as the #1 domestic destination folks want to visit before they die, and with the state’s crystal clear waters, amazing sunsets, and stunning beaches isn’t not hard to understand why.
According to AARP’s research, around 38 percent of baby boomers have a bucket list that includes travel-related items. However, the study found that on average, only 25 percent of baby boomers’ travel bucket lists had been completed.
Around 18 percent of baby boomers listed Hawaii as their top bucket list destination in the U.S., followed by Alaska, California, Arizona, Nevada, and New York. Among international destinations, 13 percent cited Australia as their top destination, followed by Italy, UK/Ireland, and France.
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