Wondering about the Seven Wonders of the World? With us, you can visit them all! And by doing so, you will not only cut down your Bucket List of must-see and must-experience destinations, the "Wonders" will invite you to view the world in a whole new way. From Rome's great gladiatorial arena to the historically significant and vast Great Wall of China; and the ancient half-hidden city of Petra in Jordan to the misty and magical lost city of Machu Picchu in Peru, every wonder is breathtaking and absolutely worth the hype.
Below are our holiday recommendations to wander, ponder and explore the Seven Wonders of the World.
Board the Vistadome train through the picturesque Urubamba Valley bound for Aguas Calientes, and ascend the mountainside through tropical forest to MACHU PICCHU. Listen as your guide recounts the many accomplishments of the Incas as you tour the terraced ruins dating back to the 15th century.
Enjoy guided sightseeing in Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New7Wonders of the World. Lost to the world for centuries, Petra is located in the biblical land of Moab. Enjoy an unforgettable experience as you walk down the SIQ, the narrow gorge made famous in the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Stand in awe in front of the iconic and famed Treasury. See spectacular temples and tombs created out of the rose-coloured sandstone, and sip tea in a real Bedoin Tent.
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Go inside the incredible Colosseum, where more than 2,000 years ago, gladiators would fight against wild animals and the prisoners of Rome. Soak up the history of Italy in this iconic location.
Choose from a sunset or sunrise visit to the incomparable Taj Mahal, an extravagant marble monument to love. Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan built it as a memorial to his beloved wife, who died during childbirth.
In Brazil's stunning capial of Rio, take the cog railway 2,300 feet up to the summit of Corcovado Mountain to view the infamous Christ the Redeemer statue and enjoy 360-degree views.
The Great Wall once stretched 4,000 miles across China’s barren northern terrain from the Bohai Sea to the Gobi Desert. Head north to a village where the Great Wall is well preserved and walk along the wall to enjoy sweeping vistas of this mammoth fortress. Our guides know what time of the day and where to be for an uncrowded view.