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To start, we are going to outline the Top 5 places you must visit on your next tour:
Taj Mahal, India
This has been acclaimed to be the greatest monument on Earth. The passion that inspired the pristine structure, built so many centuries ago, leaves you in complete wonder. Even before its construction, the Taj Mahal was designed to become an inspiring example of beautiful architecture and remains so today, creating a powerful effect on visitors from all backgrounds.
One of the ultimate African experiences is being able to explore the natural habitat of the mountain gorillas; a rare pleasure and one you cannot find anywhere. An exciting trek through the thick African jungle may be met with a family of roaming gorillas who even though constantly ensuring their habitat remains undisturbed, are petty harmless.
Pak Ou Caves, Laos
These magnificent ancient caves, high above the Mekong River, have been a place of Buddhist worship and solitude for more than 600 years. Over that time, some 4,000 images of Buddha have been placed inside them, creating a humbling place to ponder life’s great mysteries. The opportunity to experience the tranquility of these caves is something you are sure to cherish.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
Angel Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Africa and is certainly the highest in the world. The overall trip experience is heightened by the adventure one needs to endure to get there. Travelling down wild rivers by canoe and sleeping in hammocks along the riverside makes it an unforgettable quest to find this spectacular natural wonder.
A journey through this lush wildlife playground in the middle of a dry open desert in Africa will leave you breathless. The sightseeing quotient is unrivalled! You will see rhinos and baboons roaming effortlessly and free against a stunning backdrop of the setting African sun. A truly untouched experience, which leaves you feeling one with nature.