If you use library Bookmark+ then you can easily create an Org-mode link that jumps to a bookmark, which destination can be in an Org file (the same or another) or anything else (Info, Dired, any file, an image, etc.)
From section Org Mode Links that Jump To Bookmarks in the Bookmark+ doc:
You can also easily define Org-mode links that jump to bookmarks.
These links are persistent. Again, the bookmark linked can be of
You can use the standard Org command
C-c l) in
*Bookmark List* to store a link to the bookmark at point.
(This is also item Store Org Link in the
mouse-3 popup menu.)
*Bookmark List* you can use command
bmkp-store-org-link to store a link to any bookmark. You are
prompted for the bookmark name. You can even enter the name of a
bookmark that does not yet exist. (This is also item Store Org Link To... on menu Bookmarks.)
If you use a numeric prefix arg with either command then the
bookmark link stored will be for jumping to the bookmark in the
same window. Without a numeric prefix arg, the link will use
another window. (Org mode defines other behaviors for non-numeric
prefix args, such as
As usual, to insert a bookmark link, you use command
org-insert-link. Enter the name of the target bookmark at the
prompt. In Org mode you can use the usual Org key bindings to
follow the link. In any mode you can use standard Org command
org-open-at-point-global (not bound to a key by default).