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Kerala Tour ( 07 Night / 08 Day )

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KERALA

Any mention about Kerala, conjures in one’s mind, an image of pristine backwaters, palm fringed beaches, tranquil villages and greenery in profusion. God has generously bestowed this land with the bounties of nature and so it only seems natural when Kerala is referred to, as Gods own country. A much sought-after destination for tourists in India and abroad, Kerala is named as one of the Ten Paradises of the World and Fifty Places of a Lifetime by the National Geographic Traveler Magazine. The alluring serenity of this place leaves every tourist spell bound, making them come back year after year. Be it the sun-kissed beaches or the misty hill stations; the rhythmic backwaters or the forestlands rich with all varieties of flora and fauna; pilgrim centers or historic monuments; Kerala has everything you might travel far and wide to see. Just one visit and you will know why Kerala has the lovely epithets attached to it. So come over to this land that holds promises of leaving you mesmerized and gifting you one of the best holidays you have ever had.

Mauritius & Dubai Tour Package (Vai Port Blair) 09 Night / 10 Day

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MAURITIUS

Mauritius, a volcanic island nation in the Indian Ocean, is known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs. The mountainous interior encompasses Black River Gorges National Park, with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking trails and native fauna like the flying fox. The capital, Port Louis, blends foreign influences and offers sites such as the Champs de Mars horse track, colonial Eureka plantation and 18th-century botanical garden.

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DUBAI

Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. On man-made islands just offshore is Atlantis, the Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.

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Experience the flamboyance of Dubai and indulge in its awe-inspiring glitz. Dubai is a perfect blend of cosmopolitan life and age old culture And heritage. Visit the most famous landmarks like Burj Al Arab, Al Jumeirah, Al Fahidi Fort, etc., enjoy the exciting Desert Safari, savour the delicious. Barbecue dinner and enjoy belly dance performance. Have loads of shopping at world class malls and traditional souks and spend a romantic evening on Dhow Cruise. Dubai will amaze you to no limits.

PORT BLAIR

The green, ramshackle capital sprawls around a harbor on the east coast of South Andaman and is the administrative nerve centre of the islands. There’s plenty to see in town relating to the islands’ colonial past plus a couple of interesting museums, and as this is the only place to change money, reliably access the internet and book (and wait for) onward transport, most travelers will spend at least a couple of days here. If you want to experience the more natural beauty of the Andaman – above and below the water – book a ferry and move on to Havelock or one of the other islands. Mythological, the name Andaman was presumed to be derived from Hanuman, who was known to the Malays as Handuman. Since Prehistoric times, these islands were the home of aboriginal tribes. The tribes of, the Andaman group of islands are the Great Anamneses, Onges, Jarawas, and Sentinatese, all of Negrito origin, while the tribes of Nicobars are the Nicobarese and Shompens, both of Mongoloid stock. The first settlement by the British took place in 1789, which was later abandoned in 1796. The second settlement was basically a penal settlement, taken up in 1858, after the First War of Independence, followed by the settlement of convicts, Moplas, some criminal tribes from Central and United Provinces, refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka as well as ex-servicemen.

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Tripura / Mizoram / Manipur & Nagaland Tour Package (Vai Dibrugarh) 10 Night / 11 Day

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TRIPURA

The origin of the name of Tripura is still a matter of controversy among historians and researchers. According to the ‘Rajmala”, Tripura’s celebrated court chronicle, an ancient king named ‘tripur’ ruled over the territorial domain known as ‘Tripura’ and the name of the kingdom was derived from his name.

Many researchers explain the name ‘Tripura’ from its etymological origin: the word ‘Tripura’ is a compound of two separate words, ‘tui’ (water) + ‘pra’ (near) which in totality means ‘near water’. The geographical location of the state with its close proximity to the vast water resources of eastern Bengal coupled with the generic identity of the state’s original inhabitants as ‘Tipra’ or ‘Twipra’ apparently justify this explanation of the State’s name.

The early history of the kingdom of Tripura is a complex blend of history with Mythology. According to ‘Rajmala’ Tripura’s royal house trace their origin to the celebrated ‘lunar’ dynasty, following in the footsteps of their counterparts in the Hindu royal houses of the rest of India who claim to have originated from the ‘lunar’ or ‘solar’ dynasty.

MIZORAM

Mizoram is a hilly place located at the southern tip of northeastern India. Covered with verdant forests that teem with bamboo groves, vibrant wildlife, sheer cliffs and breathtaking waterfalls, the state has many unique landmarks of old folklores and picturesque villages of houses built on stilts – a land where a dramatic sea of morning mist unfolds throughout the hills and peaks. This is the land of the Highlanders, or the Mizos, who are by nature carefree and friendly. For anyone looking for a quiet holiday or for some time in the outdoors, Mizoram is a destination worth your while.The state is a kaleidoscopic with its wide array of festivals and dances, handicrafts, flora and fauna, breathtaking natural beauty, and temperate climate. English is commonly spoken here. The joyful enthusiasm and the gregarious spirit of the local populace has been are the main reasons for establishing some of the most attractive tourism features in this beautiful state.

MANIPUR

Manipur is one of the most culturally and strategically important state of North Eastern India. Nestling in the slopes of Sub-Himalayan ranges, it has been the home of more than thirty ethnic groups in historical times, with varying responses to the changing geo-cultural environment. Manipur is also well-known to the rest of the world as the birth place of the game of ‘Polo’.  Manipur shares its border with Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south and Cachar district of Assam in the west. To the east it shares an international border with Myanmar.

HISTORY OF MANIPUR :

Manipur has a very ancient, vibrant and proud past.. After the First Anglo Manipuri war in 1891, it became part of the British colonial empire. After India’s independence in 1947, the Manipur Constitution Act, 1947 established a democratic form of Government with the Maharaja as the Executive Head. It functioned till it was dissolved on the integration of the state with the Dominion of India in October, 1949. Manipur achieved full statehood on January 21, 1972.

NAGALAND

The Nagaland Tribal tour is among that rare tour which gets international fem. The tour is mainly famous because of the Naga tribes there. The tribe got international attention during second great world war. Mainly It comes in light because the Japanese advance was halted here by British and Indian Army. Later After the independence of India the Nagaland become a state of India on 31 December 1963.

The traditional Naga’s house is also an attraction for the tourist. Normally the traditional Naga’s house has three common symbols. First, their house has a crossed ‘horned’ on the gables. Second one their house has a carved head and it is the significance to the status of the family. Third is they have a huge basket to hold grain in front of house. These special characteristic of Naga’s tribal draw attention of international tourist community.

Royal Rajasthan Tour Package (Vai Port Blair) 10 Night / 11 Day

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RAJASTHAN

Rajasthan is home of the valiant Rajputs known for their bravery and chivalry, Rajasthan is said to have been a region where human settlement dated back to the early historical period. Archaeological excavations establish a connection with the Harappan culture, which dates to about 1000BC. In the period from 3000-500BC this region formed a part of the river valley inhabitation. The relics of Virat also speaks of the area being inhabited by the Pre-Aryan people of the oldest called Push Karara Nanya (modern Pushkar in Ajmer).

The first Aryan settlement here was at Dundhmer in modern Dundhar. The influence of Jainism and Buddhism, also spread to this region. It witnessed the rule of the Magadha, Kushanas and the Guptas, during which it was divided into Mahajanapadas and Janapadas. Rajasthan formed part of the Mauryan Empire in about 130-150AD and the Guptas ruled it in the 4th century. From about 640AD the Gujars, Pratiharas, Chauhans, Gahlots etc established their independent Kingdoms.

Internal rivalry between the Rajput Kingdoms led to the establishment of many strong Rajput Kingdoms, which resisted the supreme domination of the Mughals. The Mughal rule declined by about 1707AD and gave way to the Marathas. The Marathas were subdued by the British who disintegrated many of its areas. After Independence Rajasthan was organised into a state in 1956.

PORT BLAIR

The green, ramshackle capital sprawls around a harbor on the east coast of South Andaman and is the administrative nerve centre of the islands. There’s plenty to see in town relating to the islands’ colonial past plus a couple of interesting museums, and as this is the only place to change money, reliably access the internet and book (and wait for) onward transport, most travelers will spend at least a couple of days here. If you want to experience the more natural beauty of the Andaman – above and below the water – book a ferry and move on to Havelock or one of the other islands. Mythological, the name Andaman was presumed to be derived from Hanuman, who was known to the Malays as Handuman. Since Prehistoric times, these islands were the home of aboriginal tribes. The tribes of, the Andaman group of islands are the Great Anamneses, Onges, Jarawas, and Sentinatese, all of Negrito origin, while the tribes of Nicobars are the Nicobarese and Shompens, both of Mongoloid stock. The first settlement by the British took place in 1789, which was later abandoned in 1796. The second settlement was basically a penal settlement, taken up in 1858, after the First War of Independence, followed by the settlement of convicts, Moplas, some criminal tribes from Central and United Provinces, refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka as well as ex-servicemen.

Singapore & Malaysia (Vai Portblair) 08 Night / 09 Day

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SINGAPORE & MALAYSIA

Singapore officially the Republic of Singapore, is a southeast Asian city-state off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137 kilometers (85 mi) north of the equator. An island country made up of 63 islands, it is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor to its north and from Indonesia’s Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait to its south. The country is highly urbanized with very little primary rainforest remaining, although more land is being created for development through land reclamation.

Part of various local empires since being inhabited in the 2nd century AD, Singapore hosted a trading post of the East India Company in 1819 with permission from the Sultanate of Johor. The British obtained sovereignty over the island in 1824 and Singapore became one of the British Straits Settlements in 1826. Occupied by the Japanese in World War II, Singapore declared independence, uniting with other former British territories to form Malaysia in 1963, although it was separated from Malaysia two years later. Since then it has had a massive increase in wealth, and is one of the Four Asian Tigers. Singapore is the world’s fourth leading financial centre, and its port is one of the five busiest ports in the world. The economy depends heavily on exports and refining imported goods, especially in manufacturing, which constituted 26% of Singapore’s GDP in 2005.

PORT BLAIR

The green, ramshackle capital sprawls around a harbor on the east coast of South Andaman and is the administrative nerve centre of the islands. There’s plenty to see in town relating to the islands’ colonial past plus a couple of interesting museums, and as this is the only place to change money, reliably access the internet and book (and wait for) onward transport, most travelers will spend at least a couple of days here. If you want to experience the more natural beauty of the Andaman – above and below the water – book a ferry and move on to Havelock or one of the other islands. Mythological, the name Andaman was presumed to be derived from Hanuman, who was known to the Malays as Handuman. Since Prehistoric times, these islands were the home of aboriginal tribes. The tribes of, the Andaman group of islands are the Great Anamneses, Onges, Jarawas, and Sentinatese, all of Negrito origin, while the tribes of Nicobars are the Nicobarese and Shompens, both of Mongoloid stock. The first settlement by the British took place in 1789, which was later abandoned in 1796. The second settlement was basically a penal settlement, taken up in 1858, after the First War of Independence, followed by the settlement of convicts, Moplas, some criminal tribes from Central and United Provinces, refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka as well as ex-servicemen.

Dubai Tour Package (Vai Port Blair)06 Night / 07 Day

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DUBAI

Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. On man-made islands just offshore is Atlantis, the Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.

Experience the flamboyance of Dubai and indulge in its awe-inspiring glitz. Dubai is a perfect blend of cosmopolitan life and age old culture And heritage. Visit the most famous landmarks like Burj Al Arab, Al Jumeirah, Al Fahidi Fort, etc., enjoy the exciting Desert Safari, savour the delicious. Barbecue dinner and enjoy belly dance performance. Have loads of shopping at world class malls and traditional souks and spend a romantic evening on Dhow Cruise. Dubai will amaze you to no limits.

PORT BLAIR

The green, ramshackle capital sprawls around a harbor on the east coast of South Andaman and is the administrative nerve centre of the islands. There’s plenty to see in town relating to the islands’ colonial past plus a couple of interesting museums, and as this is the only place to change money, reliably access the internet and book (and wait for) onward transport, most travelers will spend at least a couple of days here. If you want to experience the more natural beauty of the Andaman – above and below the water – book a ferry and move on to Havelock or one of the other islands. Mythological, the name Andaman was presumed to be derived from Hanuman, who was known to the Malays as Handuman. Since Prehistoric times, these islands were the home of aboriginal tribes. The tribes of, the Andaman group of islands are the Great Anamneses, Onges, Jarawas, and Sentinatese, all of Negrito origin, while the tribes of Nicobars are the Nicobarese and Shompens, both of Mongoloid stock. The first settlement by the British took place in 1789, which was later abandoned in 1796. The second settlement was basically a penal settlement, taken up in 1858, after the First War of Independence, followed by the settlement of convicts, Moplas, some criminal tribes from Central and United Provinces, refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka as well as ex-servicemen.

Goa Tour Package 04 Night / 05 Day

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GOA

The evergreen destination of Goa is a holidaymaker’s paradise. Breathtakingly beautiful blue beaches, sensuous silvery sands, fabulous flora and fauna, rich cultural heritage, captivating churches, and terrific temples, Goa has it all. The feasts and festivals of Goa are the other things not to be missed. The Indian state of Goa beckons you for the time of your life. Experience a wonderful journey while enjoying a pleasant stay atGoa Beaches and get going to Goa that is on a holiday – twelve months in a year! Gorgeous Goa travels is one of the most idyllic holiday destinations in India. A diverse tourist locale, Gorgeous Goa is celebrated the world over for its laidback culture, sun kissed beaches, gothic churches and rocking nightlife. What’s more, Gorgeous Goa’s exotic seafood will have you licking your fingers and asking for more. So come and sip a beer, enjoy bird watching, relax with a massage or indulge in water sports.

Kerala Tour Package 8 Night / 09 Day

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KERALA

Any mention about Kerala, conjures in one’s mind, an image of pristine backwaters, palm fringed beaches, tranquil villages and greenery in profusion. God has generously bestowed this land with the bounties of nature and so it only seems natural when Kerala is referred to, as Gods own country. A much sought-after destination for tourists in India and abroad, Kerala is named as one of the Ten Paradises of the World and Fifty Places of a Lifetime by the National Geographic Traveler Magazine. The alluring serenity of this place leaves every tourist spell bound, making them come back year after year. Be it the sun-kissed beaches or the misty hill stations; the rhythmic backwaters or the forestlands rich with all varieties of flora and fauna; pilgrim centers or historic monuments; Kerala has everything you might travel far and wide to see. Just one visit and you will know why Kerala has the lovely epithets attached to it. So come over to this land that holds promises of leaving you mesmerized and gifting you one of the best holidays you have ever had.

South (Bangalore, Mysore, Ooty) Tour Package 10 Night / 11 Day

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PORT BLAIR

The green, ramshackle capital sprawls around a harbor on the east coast of South Andaman and is the administrative nerve centre of the islands. There’s plenty to see in town relating to the islands’ colonial past plus a couple of interesting museums, and as this is the only place to change money, reliably access the internet and book (and wait for) onward transport, most travelers will spend at least a couple of days here. If you want to experience the more natural beauty of the Andaman – above and below the water – book a ferry and move on to Havelock or one of the other islands. Mythological, the name Andaman was presumed to be derived from Hanuman, who was known to the Malays as Handuman. Since Prehistoric times, these islands were the home of aboriginal tribes. The tribes of, the Andaman group of islands are the Great Anamneses, Onges, Jarawas, and Sentinatese, all of Negrito origin, while the tribes of Nicobars are the Nicobarese and Shompens, both of Mongoloid stock. The first settlement by the British took place in 1789, which was later abandoned in 1796. The second settlement was basically a penal settlement, taken up in 1858, after the First War of Independence, followed by the settlement of convicts, Moplas, some criminal tribes from Central and United Provinces, refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka as well as ex-servicemen.

MYSORE

Mysore forms the southern most district of Karnataka state and is situated in the southern part of Deccan peninsula. The name Mysore is derived from Mahishasura, the buffalo-headed demon who lived in this area and was killed by Goddess Chamundi.

Mysore was the name, by which Karnataka state was known prior to 1973. It is now the head quarter of the district and also the revenue division. It is also known as one of the garden cities of India and is famous for the pomp and gaiety of its traditional Dasara festival. It also has a historical significance of being ruled by Hyder and Tipu. Some of the places belonging to the Mysore district are of great antiquity, which includes Tirumakudalu Narasipura, Hemmige etc.

OOTY

Located in the Blue Mountains of the Western Ghats, Ooty draws a large number of tourists every year. Lofty mountains, great lakes, dense forests, sprawling grasslands, miles of tea gardens and eucalyptus trees greet the visitors en route to Ooty. The hill station itself is a land of picturesque picnic spots. It used to be popular summer and weekend getaway for the British during the colonial days, later it was made into a summer administrative town. It is situated at an altitude of 2,240 meters (7,350 feet) above sea level

Thailand Package 4 Night / 5 Day

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Thailand is a amazing place, featuring Buddhist temples, appealing wildlife, and magnificent islands. Beside, with a captivating history and an exclusive culture that includes delicious Thai food and massage, Thailand features a modern capital city and welcoming people who characterize Thailand’s “land of smiles” status.