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Mystery Tour Fad - Evolving a New Industry

Traveling is the hottest fad that has caught up worldwide, and is expected to grow manifold in years to come. We know people roaming about to know about different cultures, food and fun items. Destinations too are chosen accordingly. Recent boom is not due to any of the aforesaid causes. A brand new fad is all about, thirst to know the mysterious! People come like a bee string following a story around something mysterious. If there is a news about something mysterious happening in certain part of the world, it is bound to attract visitors.

Western Europe and its locations mentioned in the bestseller book - Da vinci Code, started getting visitors from all around the globe. It has been learnt readers, ask new questions about the place, about which tour guides prepare in advance.
Like, In Paris, people ask: Are there really 666 panes of glass in the Louvre's pyramid? The fad has caught up with all sections of the society. In London, British Tours Ltd., claimed, they recently took the rock star, Medonna, with her husband, to see london sites referenced in the book. If you are interested in knowing about all the locations and ways of reaching there, Fodors.com has all the information for you. In Paris, such tours cost you around $400 per group.

Similarly, Yeti, Big Foot and other such sightings trigger, the visitor incoming. People get highly curious about where and who have seen them. Millions of contradictions through different channels are of no avail. People refuse to accept the so called scientific explanation and like to do their own research. NewAnimal.org, is a good resource to learn where such sightings have taken place and at what time. South america, parts of North america and some, high altitude regions of Himalayas, are the target of these travelers.

A section of people consider, an unknown island tour to be equally romantic. Hot detinations are, Hawaii, Taiwan, carribeans, Indonesia, Malaysia & some destinations far off in the pacific. Here they learn about some mysterious customs and rituals of tribals too, besides having fun at exotic beaches.


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