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5 Must See Destinations Before You Die

By April 10, 2012 No Comments

There are a whole host of spectacular sights around the globe that attract hoards of tourists each and every year. There are earthly wonders where nature has created areas of pure sublime beauty as well as man-made builds displaying architectural achievements from throughout history. For those looking to visit an area with a plenitude of cultural treats and awe-inspiring views, here’s a review of the top five destinations to see before you die.

1) The Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

The Pyramids of Giza were built on the banks of the Nile and have become a must-see attraction for those holidaying in Egypt. There are three main pyramids, each of which stands 450 feet high. The site was built in around 2550 BC and is considered to be one of the greatest architectural wonders of all time. The most famous pyramid is Khufu, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and there is also Khafre and Mankaure, both of which offer spectacular photo opportunities.

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2) Grand Canyon, USA

Carved by the Colorado River, the Grand Canyon is a huge rift that astounds many of its visitors due to its overwhelming size. The vast mountainous landscape is an awe-inspiring location to view, and the Skywalk now allows visitors to venture across on a glass bridge, adding a new dimension to any Grand Canyon trip. To enhance the Grand Canyon experience even further, there are also helicopter rides available which allow visitors to see more of the location that they would be able to on foot.

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3) The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China winds from the east to the west of China, spanning across many different landscapes including mountains, deserts and grasslands. As the wall is over 200 years old, there are areas that have begun to erode away, yet it remains a must-see destination as it comes with an abundance of historical significance. For those looking to soak up some of the culture surrounding the Great Wall of China and learn more about the architectural wonder, there are tours available for visitors at different points along the wall.

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4) Taj Mahal, India

The iconic image of the marble domed buildings and minarets is one that many travellers desire to visit and photograph. The mausoleum was completed in 1653 with the help of thousands of craftsmen including calligraphers and carvers. The intricate design work created by the workforce is present throughout the Taj Mahal, which contains an exquisite blend of Persian, Islamic and Indian architectural styles.

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5) Great Barrier Reef, Australia

The Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia’s most prized attractions – for those wanting a close-up view of the exotic corals and marine life, there are diving excursions which allow tourists to journey through the world’s largest collection of coral and spot different species of molluscs, rays and tropical fish. For a completely different view, there are helicopter rides which offer expansive views of the underwater coral gardens.

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