Which Tomb Raider Location Would You Love to Explore in Real Life?

Which Tomb Raider location would you visit if you had the money and means to explore any of the places featured in the games, films, or comics? Would you visit the stunning temples of Angkor, explore the frozen expanses of Antarctica, wander through the urban wildernesses of London and Tokyo, or do a spot of mountain climbing in Peru?

Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft at Ta Prohm temple (Image credit: Cambodge-Voyages)

Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft at Ta Prohm temple (Image credit: Cambodge-Voyages)

Feel free to let us know what is on your Tomb Raidertravel wishlist by leaving your comments below!

You can learn more about the places Lara Croft has visited over the years by checking out the articles listed under “Lara’s Travels”. Or why not take the chance to read about 5 fans who have followed in Ms Croft’s footsteps?


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20 thoughts on “Which Tomb Raider Location Would You Love to Explore in Real Life?

  1. India, because I have family roots there, Ancient Egypt has always fascinated me so I’d like to visit there (Valley of the Kings especially), and Venice, purely because it’s my favourite TR level 😀

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  2. The Cradle of Life. The film version is bonkers, but there is a valley somewhere in Africa where the earliest human remains were found that was dubbed ‘the cradle of life’, or humanity, I forget which. Its location is kept secret, but I think it would be a really cool place to check out.

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  3. I would love to visit Tibet from TR2. Snow levels in games are always my favourite anyway but when you have an ancient monastery filled with culture and artifacts I just can’t say no! Also an ancient tomb underground with a bird monster, AND snow mobiles? Count me in!

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  4. Probably Peru, it’s not the most majestic or beautiful place that Lara has visited, but there’s something about that place that just seems so… humble. They are grand structures, but simple; it doesn’t overdo it. It has it’s own way of exuding dignity. Something like that.

    Just felt like a rare, tranquil place to be.

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  8. Definitely India. Because of Tomb Raider III, I became fascinated with Hindu and Buddhist ruins, the jungle atmosphere, the culture… It’s by far my favorite place in the world.

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    • Both very good choices, though I used to hate it when the Atlanteans used to jump out at me when I played TR1. Not sure I’d want that to happen to me in real life.. 🙂

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  9. For me it eould have to be St. Francis Folly… I wonder if such a place like that actually exists, carved out of bedrock under an ancient monestary…. Fascinating !!!!

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  10. I’ve always wanted to see the Valley of the Kings, but to be honest, I’d love to visit almost any of the locations Lara has–except maybe the offshore oil rig, shark infested waters, collapsed subway tunnels and Parisian dumpsters. 😉

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    • Same here. I’ve visited a few of the sites, including the Great Wall, where the biggest dangers to your health and sanity are the huge crowds of fellow tourists. Angkor is very high on my list of places I’d love to explore but I’d also like to visit Tibet, Peru and Mexico at some point. Sadly, I lack Lara’s funds so this might take a while.. 😉

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