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The Taj Mahal

Standing on the bank of Yamuna River in Agra, Taj Mahal is one of the ‘Seven Wonders’ of the world.


There are few sites in the world as iconic as the magnificent Taj Mahal. And although you may have seen it in pictures, it's not until you see it in person that you'll understand it is not only a famous monument, but as a love letter made of stone.


This marble mausoleum, built by Mughal King Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz sprawls across an area of forty-two acres and features a manicured garden, a mosque and a guest house. It took twenty-two years to complete the entire complex, and many people hail it as the most beautiful building on the planet. 


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The Oberoi Amarvilas Agra

Located just 600m from the Taj Mahal, The Oberoi Aramvilas Agra is inspired by Mughal Palace designers with its fountains, terraced lawns, reflection pools and pavilions. This 5 star hotel offers unrestricted views of the Taj Palace from all its rooms and suites. 


In a country renowned for its hospitality, Oberoi Vilas does not disappoint. Doors are magically opened, handbags carried and every room comes with a personal butler service.


The hotel also makes your visit to the Taj Palace incredibly easy as staff will purchase your tickets for you, arrange a guide and even drive you to the entrance in the hotels golf carts. It really is the most perfect place to stay whilst ticking this wonder of the world off your bucket list. 


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Christ the Redeemer

Towering 2,310 feet above the city of Rio, the Christ the Redeemer statue has fascinated experts and historians for nearly a hundred years.

It’s the fourth largest statue of Jesus Christ in the world, the largest Art Deco-style sculpture on the planet, and to top it all off, in 2007 the statue was deemed as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World along with Machu Picchu, the Great Wall of China and the Roman Colosseum.

Perched on the summit of Mount Corcovado in Rio, the statue stands at a whopping 98 feet (or 30 metres) tall (making it two-thirds the height of New York’s Statue of Liberty), and its outstretched arms reach to 92 feet (or 28 metres) horizontally.


Not only is the statue the most recognizable landmark of Rio, it’s become a cultural icon of Brazil as well. But most importantly, however, the statue has become a global symbol of Christianity that attracts millions of believers and non-believers to the top of Mount Corcovado every year.




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Villa Santa Teresa Hotel

Through the gates, past the palms, down the drive, to the last private estate in Rio, owned by the Monteiro de Carvalho family. From the modernist 1970s windows of this intimate haven (the most elevated of 4 homes on the estate) the eye sweeps across pool and emerald treetops to Rio, Sugarloaf Mountain and the bay beyond. The setting is breathtaking. 


Vila Santa Teresa may be one of the world’s most luxurious small hotels, but it feels like the house of a rather rich friend. The staff, who’ve been with the family for 20 years, treat each guest as an individual. Those who’ve stayed talk of exceptional service - impeccable yet personal. Fancy a favourite wine to accompany your grilled escalope? There it is waiting, delightfully chilled. From the sink-into sofas to the gleaming glass tables to the massage under the mango tree, there’s perfection in every detail. Breakfast is served on the lawn or at the large table, and cocktails and canapés in the library or by the pool.


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Petra, Jordan

Petra, the Great Ancient city is half built, half carved into rock. It is surrounded by mountains riddled with passages and gorges, almost hidden in the wind-blown landscape of Southern Jordan.


It is one of the worlds most famous archaeological sites, where ancient Eastern traditions blend with Hellenistic architecture. 


Listed as both a UNESCO world heritage site and Wonder of the World, Petra is renowned for its charm and cultural heritage. 



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Seven Wonders Luxury Camp

What could be more magical than lying under stars whilst visiting the ancient city of Petra? Located just a 12 minute drive from the Petra Visitors Centre, the Seven Wonders Luxury Camp is nestled in the beautiful landscape of Little Petra. These luxury pods allow you to take in the dramatic landscapes of the region, but with unparalleled comfort and attention to detail. 


The luxury camp is next to the beginning of the 1 hour Back Way hike to Petra, but jeep transfers are also available, making Seven Wonders Luxury Camp your perfect base. 


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Machu Picchu

Embedded within a dramatic landscape at the meeting point between the Peruvian Andres and the Amazon Basin, sits the historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu.


At more than 2400m above sea level, the citadel is among the greatest artistic and architectural achievements anywhere, and the most significant tangible legacy of the Inca civilisation. 


This awe-inspiring ancient city wasn't rediscovered until the 20th century which has only added to the mystic and wonder of this incredible site. 


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Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo

Inkaterra Machu Picchu is a 5 star hotel situated in amongst an intimate Andean village with terraced hills, waterfalls, stone pathways and 83 whitewashed adobe casitas tucked away in the cloud forest. 


This incredible hotel is both luxurious and cosy, and guests can also enjoy the Unu Spa after a day of exploring Machu Picchu. The spa combines classic treatments alongside mystical Andean approaches. It also has an incredible restaurant, highlighting traditional Peruvian cuisine but with a contemporary twist. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the Vilcanota Rover as they eat, which acts both the perfect backdrop and ending to an unforgettable experience. 



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