Things To Know Before Visiting The 7 Wonders Of The World


Our world is full of beauty and wonders, which are unique, natural, and man-made. Some man-made buildings include churches, mausoleums, temples, monuments, mosques, buildings, and even cities. There are many beautiful structures in the world, but only seven are selected, which are the best.

7 wonders may be at the top of your travel wish list, but there are few basic things to consider before going on a trip.

1. Christ The Redeemer, Brazil


Christ, the Redeemer is a must-see glamour in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is the wonder.

  • The easiest way to get there is to use Uber, and use it whenever you have to travel a long distance in the city.
  • You can go hiking but lots of crime takes place here and many mugging incidents have been reported. If you still decide to hike, then make sure you don’t carry any valuable things and go in a larger group.
  • There are reports of multiple cases of Zika virus and super bacteria has been found on some beaches, which can cause skin infections.
  • There are reports of multiple cases of Zika virus and super bacteria has been found on some beaches, which can cause skin infections.

2. Great Wall Of China, China

Great Wall of China is one of the largest building construction projects ever undertaken.

  • Select well-developed sections and pay attention to safety signs when climbing.
  • Do not climb on unsafe, damaged, or wild roads without clear signs, otherwise, you may be injured.
  • Camping on the Great Wall is prohibited. Do not camp on the Great Wall at the night, because you may be in danger. If you want to spend the night, there are hotels available.
  • Also, bring some food to energize your body during the climb, as well as some bottled water. Because things are quite expensive on the Great Wall.
  • It takes 2-3 hours or more to walk on the Great Wall and many steps are required, so you should wear a pair of comfortable shoes.
  • Badaling and Mutianyu have the most visitors. Hiking in Jiankou is difficult, it can be risky for unskilled climbers. So choose your hiking place wisely.

3. Machu Picchu, Peru


Machu Picchu is found in the valleys of the Andes Mountains and is famous as the Lost City of the Incas.

  • Make sure to buy tickets in advance and try to enter at 6 am. Later, it gets more crowded. Don’t let the crowds ruin your experience!
  • You need a passport to enter Machu Picchu and also you’ll get a free Machu Picchu stamp on your passport. So be Sure to bring it with you on the day of your visit! Do not leave it in your hotel.
  • The last entry time is 2 pm. You must leave at 5:30 in the afternoon. If you have to visit in the afternoon, be sure to arrive before 2 pm.
  • The biting insects of Machu Picchu are ruthless. Their bites can last for several weeks, and sometimes regular use of bug repellants doesn’t stop them. Wearing long pants and long sleeves, even in the hot temperature is the best way to avoid these itchy red scars.

4. Petra, Jordan

Petra, an ancient city, the center of an Arab kingdom in Hellenistic and Roman times, in southwest Jordan.

  • We can visit Jordan all year round, but consider going in spring or Autumn.
  • There is a lot of walking in Petra so be ready for that. Dehydration can also be a problem when exploring the place. Bring two bottles of water and drink often. You’ll also find plenty of local vendors with water bottles.
  • Jordan is a very safe country but women are targeted there. Under the excuse of riding on donkeys or camels, they invite women to drink tea, coffee, and even dinner in the field.
  • Alcohol consumption is reported to have skyrocketed and there have been assaults and rapes.

5. Pyramid At Chichen Itza, Mexico

Chichen Itza is in the center of the northern half of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

  • Chichen Itza requires two tickets. We will direct you to two different ticket offices to purchase tickets.
  • Bring enough water, sunscreen, hats, and umbrellas to protect yourself from the sun.
  • Buy drinks and light meals at the entrance because once you go inside, there is no place to buy the light meals.
  • The main glamour of Chichen Itza is the stunning El Castillo Pyramid. If you arrive early, please visit here first and enjoy the moment because later it will get crowded.
  • Plan to spend the night in the nearby towns of Piste or Valladolid and explore the surroundings.

6. Rome’s Colosseum, Italy


The Colosseum is Rome’s most recognized symbol.

  • To avoid waiting in line, sometimes for several hours, buy tickets online in advance, and children under 18 get's a free entry.
  • Get there early to get ahead of the crowd.
  • They built the Colosseum in 80 AD; it had to be repaired, especially after the chunks fell off in 2012. /li>
  • During the renovation, the workers could clean up the pink tones of the marble wall and discover hidden things.

7. Taj Mahal, India

The Taj Mahal is in India it is one of the famous monuments in India. Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his loving wife Mumtaz.

  • The best month to visit the Taj Mahal is early summer in India, from March to June.
  • Avoid visiting during the winter from November to February, because of the heavy fog, you cannot enjoy all the beauty of the Taj Mahal.
  • On Friday, the Taj Mahal is closed for prayer. If you visit it on weekends and holidays, this place will be very crowded.
  • The best time to go to the Taj Mahal is early in the morning when there are few people.
  • For security reasons, they restricted certain items in the Taj Mahal. you can only bring small bags with essential items.
  • Food, smoking items, other tobacco and beverage products, mobile phone chargers, and tripods are not allowed inside the Taj Mahal.
  • Vehicles are not allowed within 500m of the Taj Mahal. The government has banned cars from entering the Taj Mahal to avoid polluting the building. So, walk to the entrance.

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