5 Places To Visit In The World Before You Die

If you have a nomadic soul and you are planning to create a bucket list, then you have landed at the right place. Here are 5 places you should visit in the world before you die. Why? Because we want you to dream about traveling in the middle of the week so that at least you get something fun to look forward to. 

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1) Petra, Jordan: Portals into Past

Petra, one of the seven wonders, is a fabled rose red city and is a well-known earliest Nabataean city in southern Jordan. If you have decided to travel to Jordan, then keep Petra on top of your priority list.

2) Taj Mahal, Agra, India: Timeless Wonder

A beautiful tomb built on the red sandstone platform and made entirely of white marble, the Taj Mahal is definitely one of the most iconic structures of India. Such is the cultural and artistic value of this immaculate structure that it was inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983 and was also voted one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World.

3) Memphis and its Necropolis (Pyramids)

Planning to visit Pyramids and wonderful temples in Egypt goes without saying. Traveling to Egypt offers you desert treks, fishing, golfing, scuba diving, and birding groups.

4) The Great Wall of China: Legend of the Falls

With a rich history of well over 2000 years and a length of over 8800 kilometers (5500 miles), the strategic and historical significance of the Great Wall of China is matched only by its archeological implication. The wall is one of the leading tourist attractions and a definite must-do for travelers owing to its architectural grandeur and historical importance.

5) Machu Picchu, Peru: A Matter of Timing

Machu Picchu is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a World Heritage Site. This mystical place is seen as a great spot for divinity. Machu Picchu, the royal retreat of the Incan emperor Pachacuti, sits atop the Urubamba Valley in Peru.