Exploring New 7 Wonders of the World with World Tour Packages

The world is dotted with numerous alluring sites, enough to make its people spellbound. It can be tough to decide which attractions to explore and which ones to miss on. Hence, visiting the best of the world would be a great idea. Here are seven wonders that travel enthusiasts must visit with world tour packages.

Christ the Redeemer

Rio de Janeiro, a huge seaside city in Brazil, is famed for its 38-metre high statue – Christ the Redeemer. Overlooking the city, this art deco statue of Jesus Christ is located atop 700-metre high Mountain Corcovado. Made of the reinforced concrete and soapstone tiles, it is a symbol of Christianity across the world.

Great Wall of China

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A great piece of work from Ming Dynasty, this stretch is more than 20000 km long. Made of brick, tamped earth, stone, wood and many other materials, this magnificent wall was built to protect its empire from various raids and invasions. This series of fortification is constructed along the east to west line across the historical borders of the country.

Machu Picchu

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Machu Picchu, a rock citadel from Inca civilisation, is situated on the ridge of the Andes Range, in Peru. The name consists of two words – Machu and Picchu – that means old and peak, respectively. This site features the Intiwatana Sundial that was used in religious ceremonies for tracking the path of the Sun. Declared a Peruvian Historical Sanctuary and UNESCO-listed site, it can be one of the most interesting attractions on your world tour packages from India.

Petra

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A fine example of the Hellenistic architecture, Petra is known to exist from the 1st century BC that used to serve as the capital of the Nabataean Empire. However later, it got annexed to the Roman empire, until the massive destructions that occurred because of the earthquake. This half-built, half-carved, rugged city has still got secrets to reveal, which attracts history lovers from all across the globe.

Pyramid at Chichen Itza

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The literal translation of Chichen Itza is, at the mouth of the well of Itza.  This Mayan Temple is situated in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. One of its various structures is the Kukulkan Pyramid, also known as El Castillo. Consisting 91 steps on each side and one on the top that makes a total of 365 steps, this site was used as the Maya calendar and for predicting the solar eclipses.

Colosseum

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An oval amphitheatre, Colosseum is situated in the centre of Italy. Showcasing an ingenious architecture and engineering work, it is said to be the largest amphitheatre in the world. Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, it is among the most recognisable classical structures in the world. This ages-old amphitheatre can accommodate around 60000 seats, 10000 standing stalls and 80 entrances.

Taj Mahal

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Taj Mahal, indeed a legend of the eternal love of Emperor Shahjahan, is also a UNESCO-listed site. Standing majestically on the banks of the River Yamuna, this structure looks stunning on the full-moon night, making the moment and the air romantic. Shining white marble building, precious gemstones and exquisite ornamentation, makes this place standalone.

Visiting these New 7 Wonders of the World with International holiday packages would be a unique experience to have.

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Enjoy Visiting 5 Attractions with Munnar Tour Packages

Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams at an elevation of around 1600 metres above the sea level, Munnar is one of the most famous hill stations in India. The place is marked by sprawling tea plantations, windy lanes, picturesque towns and exotic flora, especially Neelakurinji that blooms in every twelve years. Travellers can visit many attractions here like Anamudi Peak, Tata Tea Museum, Blossom Park, Kundala Lake, by availing Munnar tour packages.

Attractions

Away from the hustle-bustle of the city life, this hill station has a lot to offer to travellers, who avail Munnar packages. Offering breathtaking views of the never-ending tea plantations, Anamudi Peak in Eravikulam National Park is the highest peak situated in the Western Ghats. Anamudi literally means forehead of an elephant, and justifying its name, this place is home to the largest surviving population of elephants of Asia, Nilgiri langurs, leopards and endangered gaurs. To experience the thrill and feel the adrenalin rush, travellers can trek this peak.

Another prominent attraction to explore on Munnar tour is Tea Museum, set up in the Nallathanni estate of Tata Tea. The museum showcases and highlights various aspects of the finest tea production. Visitors can learn about different stages involved in the processing of tea and production of black tea. There is a large demonstration room at the museum, where tourists can taste different varieties of tea. A section of the museum also features an oven, classic furniture, iron, wooden bathtub, typewriters, magneto phones and magnetic calculators.

Top Station is the highest point in Munnar, offering panoramic views of the valley of the Theni district and Western Ghats.  The name suits it perfectly, as it is the uppermost railway station situated in the valley of Kundala. The place is famous for Neelakurinji flower that blooms after a period of 12 years, painting the surroundings in blue. It is an attractive destination for trek lovers.

While availing Munnar tour packages, holidaymakers can visit Mattupetty, which is located at a short distance of around 13 km from the town of Munnar. Tourists can relish fascinating sights while enjoying the pleasant weather here. Major crowd-pullers of this place are Mattupetty Dam and Lake. This dam of Mattupetty is a source of electricity generation in the region, and also a home to various birds and wild animals due to the constant availability of water. The reflection of the magnificent tea plantations in the still waters of the dam looks stunning. Tourists can engage themselves in numerous water sports activities like speed boating while enjoying the panoramic surroundings. Adventure lovers can trek in the lush Shola forests here.

Another ideal picnic spot is the Mattupetty Lake situated amidst the Shola forests. Offering a serene ambience, this lake is a perfect place for peace seekers. Tourists can enjoy boating in various boats, such as motor boat, row boat and speed boat.

How to Reach

Vacationers planning a Munnar tour, can fly to the nearest Cochin International Airport, which is around 110 km from the hill station. It is well-connected with major Indian cities like Mumbai, New Delhi. From there, cabs can be hired from the airfield to cover the remaining distance. Regular train service is available from these major cities to Ernakulam Junction railway station, located at a distance of 110 km from Munnar. Travellers can board private buses or hire a taxi to reach this hill station.

Tourists can visit these five attractions with Munnar tour packages.