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Make Time - The Top 7 Crowded Tourist Spots Worth The Visit

Posted on 22 April 2014 by Melinda
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The Top 7 Crowded Tourist Spots Worth The Visit.

Don't let the lines fool you. If you don't see it now when will you?

Not all lines are bad, especially if it’s an amazing wonder, either natural or man-made. If you have to experience the crowds while experiencing life, then this is your worldwide list.

7. Uluru, Australia: Smack middle in the Australian outback, sits a massive rock. But more than just a rock, its stunning sunrise and sunset colors draw visitors here, and its spiritual nature. Walks, and helicopter rides are available to explore its grandness even more.

6. Grand Canyon, USA: Jammed packed on many tourists list all year round, this massive “hole in the ground”. Don’t let the small rural surrounds fool you of how busy it gets. Gaze, hike, or take a mule to visit one of America’s greatest wonder.

5. Pyramid’s, Egypt: The Khufu Pyramid, an enormous burial monument, is the last of the seven great wonders of the world. No wonder so many people flock here then. A stunning archaeological vision, the fact that it still remains is a testament to the Pharaohs, who commissioned it to be built around 2560 BC.

4. Machu Picchu, Peru: High in the Peruvian Andes lies the ruined Inca city of Machu Picchu that was built in the mid-15th century. Abandoned 100 years later, then rediscovered only in 1910, has made in such a popular tourist draw, that tourists are now limited to 500 per day. Solo travelers are banned, so your only choice is too join an organized group, which must be done at least 30 days in advance.

3. Taj Mahal, India: Located in Agra, the Taj was finally finished in 1653 by Moghul emperor Shah Jahan, as a mausoleum to his dead wife. What took 22 years to build is a remarkable sight so worth the visit. If that’s not true love, I don’t know what is.

2. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe & Zambia: Flowing from the Zambia river, the falls reach a stretch that is 355 feet high. The wet season is the best time to visit the falls (local name is Mosi-oa-Tunya), but plan your trip with care as the large cascade of water reflects the social climate of the two countries. The Zimbabwean side is cheaper, safe and less crowded

1. Angkor Wat, Cambodia: As the worlds biggest religious structure, Angkor Wat was sculpted from sandstone. With Wat meaning temple, the compound contains hundreds of temples including the impressive Angkor. When it was abandoned in the 15th century, the jungle overgrew the area, creating a lush and welcoming visit for all. 

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