Stands marvelously on the shore of Yamuna River, Taj Mahal is the national treasure of India and symbolizes romance and love. It is built with pure white marble and it is one of the most adored tourist destinations worldwide because of its valuable gemstones and beautiful ornamentation. Its beauty gets a new limelight because of the love story behind the scenes. The name of this monument was influenced from Mumtaz Mahal, the beloved wife of Shah Jahan who died while giving birth to their 14th child.
It is yet another close runner up when it comes to visit some of the most unusual places in India. It is located at the infamous abandoned city of Peru in the Andes Mountains. Getting there is one of the greatest traveling adventures in the world. Even the most experienced backpackers may get amazed in its 500-year-old trail. You need thorough route planning to get there because of its audacity and sheer scale.
Corcovado refers to “Hunchback” in Portuguese language. It stands tall over the vivid Rio de Janeiro of Brazil. It boasts breathtaking view of the whole city. According to several tourists, your world tour cannot complete if you skip visiting the mountain.
It is located in the southernmost part of South Africa where one can explore the dolphins and whales. You can see the magnificent views of the city on the tip of Table Mountain or visit several vineyards and enjoy the taste of some of the world’s best wines ever produced. The historic prison, Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was kept, is another must-see destination.