If you have a travel bucket listing the size of your arm and are hoping to make an enormous dent in it … then this journey may be the reply. The 31-day tour takes trippers on a whistle-stop tour of the Seven New Wonders of the World and the final standing historical surprise.
The journey is being organised by On the Go Tours who are providing it to teams for the primary time. It covers 5 completely different continents and eight completely different cities, with 27 nights of lodging. Philippa George of On the Go Tours defined: “in every vacation spot, the group will have an area English-speaking information present them round each the nation’s Wonder and the opposite highlights visited. Travellers will get an genuine perception into the nation and its tradition from a passionate skilled information. They’ll go to the world’s most exceptional man-made buildings and expertise them in unbelievable methods, whether or not having fun with the Taj Mahal at sundown or taking the scenic practice journey by the mountains to Machu Picchu.
“Travellers will stay in three to five-star hotels, all of them carefully selected for their comfortable rooms and Western amenities, the things people look forward to coming back to after an active day of sight-seeing.” For extra info you possibly can go to their web site at On The Go Tours with the primary group journey set to happen in October of this yr and two extra in March and May of 2019.
The journey prices from GB£6295 (US$8797) per particular person excluding flights, which may be booked individually by the company.
The itinerary briefly:
– The grand tour beings in Rome with a visit to the Colosseum.
– Fly on to Cairo to go to the one survivor from the traditional listing, the Pyramids at Giza.
– The Rose City of Petra.
– The Taj Mahal at sundown with guided excursions of Old and New Delhi.
– A stroll alongside the Great Wall of China.
– The well-known Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico.
– Machu Picchu a mile and a half above sea degree.
– The closing cease in Rio de Janeiro and its Christ the Redeemer Statue.