Friday, 11 December 2015
Tuesday, 8 December 2015
India is a land of diversified culture. One will find a celebration being performed at point of time all over the country. The celebrations must be different reason but one thing which is common to all of them is that they are spectacular.
Here are some festivals that can make the travel agents crazy for umpteen reservations to India for beholding these celebrations.
Holi: It is known as the festival of colours. To mark the celebrations of Shri Krishna’s leela, people play Holi by spraying coloured water or coloured powder at each other. It usually takes place in the month of March. During this time Vrindavan, Hrishikesh and Mathura remain crowded. A special drink called as “Bhaang” is prepared and enjoyed on this occasion.As chemical colours can be harmful for eyes and skin, new organic colours have come to the market that can be used for the celebration.
Friday, 27 November 2015
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
If you are fond of travelling and exploring different threads of satisfaction, then you better have a travel agent in your friend circle. They will assist you in making a perfect tour plan.
Here are a few advantages:
· No matter how small or big is your leave or vacation (a weekend off or a long holiday) Travel Agents and Tour Operators in Delhi NCR will help you with the best opportunities of matching or simple manner aligning the travel packages with them.
· You can rely on them; they will do the perfect tour planning with all the facilities intact with the package.
· Need a reasonable choice? Starting from a tour guide to Air Ticketing Agents in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata etc, they know all, and have them in their circle. Don’t worry; you will get the best pricing.
· You are his friend, come on, this is surely a matter of special treatment. You will rendered with special treatment like obedient service people; some add-ons in your dinner menu; or may some minutes extra in your paragliding activity.
· Additionally, you will also enjoy a gamut of complimentary services that will allow your wallet stay plump.
· Especially, during peak season of any destination, you would require their assistance. Things become easy and accessible due to their network with the hotels, lodges and travel agencies.
· Resolving an issue becomes easy as every trip comes with some or the other glitch. Troubleshooting them becomes easier if you have a travel agent as your friend.
Befriend one travel agent if you want to live the best tour experiences of your life.
Recently, at the NRAI’s (National Restaurant Authority of India) 33rd Annual General Meeting, Shri Kapil Mishra, Minister of Tourism, Delhi Government has indicated that Food industry can act as a critical catalyst in boosting the growth of Tourism sector in India. Therefore, the ministry is eyeing at creating food hubs that can attract more tourists.
Dubai Tourism contributes more than what oil does for its GDP. Approx. 70 percent of NOMA visitors are foreigners. Hence, India, especially the national capital – Delhi too can walk the same trodden path. Needlessly, Travel Agents in Delhi NCR will get super-busy after these hubs are created.
These hubs will be nothing more than Food Hubs where a lot of restaurants will operate to satiate the taste buds. Every restaurant will showcase their extraordinary talent in culinary and beverage offerings to get more popular amongst the crowd, especially among the expats/ tourists. These hubs will somewhat be the clones of food-tourism hubs like Hauz Khas Village in South Delhi.
People travel far and wide to treat their eyes and soul and food is an obvious and critical catalyst for pulling crowd. There is a huge possibility that Travel Agencies in Delhi NCR will go mad with bookings poring in.
And, there is a forecast that roughly between 12 and 13 hubs are in the pipeline for being created. Now, you can imagine the probable influx of revenue generation.
Food-Tourism hubs look quite promising for the future of tourism sector. Let’s wait and watch how the plan A works.
Friday, 13 November 2015
Sudden plans do not give you enough time for thorough planning but here is a list that will ensure your last minute plans are worthwhile! Road trips are never about just reaching the destination but more importantly about the journey taken together on the unraveling road.
1. An epic playlist
A tastefully made playlist with the most apt songs can set the mood for what could be the next best road trip you have taken.Next time you hear the same song you are sure to be flooded with some road trip memories.
2. A series of fun card games
We all love the age old game of UNO or bluff and it forms a staple for all cousin,friend and grandparent card game.However if you are looking for something to play with a car full of your friends bring along a pack of Cards Against Humanity. Disclaimer: Do not play this with your grandparents.
3. Picnic Basket
For the benefit of those rumbling and tumbling tummies carry knick knacks like mini sandwiches,muffins,juices,candy etc in a portable picnic basket.It is most important to be nibbling to avoid motion sickness.
4. Stop and enjoy the highway food
What is a road trip without stopping on the way for tea and cheap snacks at the local dhaba's.Get the taste of the places as you pass them by and add to the joy of the journey.
5. Carry a map or an atlas
Your phone can always give up on you and getting lost on an open road may not always be an adventure. So always keep a map handy or go old school with with an atlas to ensure you are on the right track.
6. Take pictures
Not all pictures are meant to be selfies for Instagram. Photograph the beautiful highway and far fetched places for your scrapbook's and pin up boards. So click tons of pictures to capture these moments.
7. Feel the pollution-free wind in your face
Road trips are synonymous for getting out of the polluted city life and breathing in fresh air.Stick your head out of the car and feel the fresh wind in your hair and admire the greenery around.
8. The sunset, the scenery and the stars
While you drive along the roads take a pitstop and spend a while to notice the star laden sky and the scenic sunset that you would miss in the city.
Friday, 23 October 2015
Well, the festive season has begun. Not just in Mumbai, you will get to see endless celebrations, and large number of travel deals, taking place in different parts of India.
But how did Mumbai take a toll, this September?
Well, it is all because Ganapati Bappa was right there with his dedicated followers. Ganesh Chaturthi is a public festival of Marathagan. It was started by Lokmanya Tilak, Nationalist Leader. Mumbaiyas, vest string faith and belief in Gannu Raja, hence, they celebrate this festival with great pomp and show.
A lot of Mumbaiyas settled in different parts of the world or India, try to get-together with their families during this festival just the way Bengalis, Oriyas, and Assamese do during Dussehera. It means huge to them, also to the Travel Agents in India.
Domestic tour packages for Mumbai, on this occasion, certainly soars.
The next tradition followed by Chaturthi is the Visarjan, which is again a huge crowd-puller. Crowd expects to see some celebrity during this festival. This one is lucrative as well.
Nonetheless, famous chowpati, pao-bhaji, modak laddoos and street shops come as secondary attraction.
The month of Ganapati has ended though, the spirit of acquiring knowledge and making a start still prevails not just in Mumbai but also in the other parts of India.
Friday, 9 October 2015
Per Person Package Cost : - ( Hotel + Staying on CPAI basis + Travelling a/c Car)
Tour Itinerary : 5 nights 6 days
Day 01: Arrival Delhi
Meeting and Assistance on Arrival at Delhi Airport and transfer to hotel, if time allows enjoy city tour covering - India Gate (War Memorial Arch), Lakshminarayan Temple (a modern Hindu Temple), also drive past President's House, Parliament street, and Government Secretariat Buildings. Overnight stay in Delhi hotel.
Day 02: Delhi
Morning tour of Delhi visiting Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Gandhi memorial ( The memoir of father of the nation). After noon visit Qutub Minar built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibek in 1199, & Humayun's Tomb. Overnight stay in Delhi hotel.
Day 03: Delhi - Agra (195kms/5hr)
Early morning after breakfast drive to Agra. On arrival, check in at hotel. Proceed for sightseeing. Agra Fort - This Fort, built by the successive contribution of three Mughal generations - Akbar, Jehangir and Shah Jahan - still fascinates the entire world with its majestic glory. More like a city inside, the fort was built to fulfill the military purpose which spreads on the banks of Yamuna enclosing a humongous area of 3 km radius. The Agra Fort gained its actual elegance, lavishness and royalty of a palace at the time of Emperor Shah Jahan. The Fort also serves as a vantage point to view the Taj Mahal from a distance and it is believed that the Emperor Shah Jahan spent his days in exile watching the Taj from here. If time allows visit colorful bazzars night return back to the Hotel. Overnight stay in Agra hotel.
Day 04: Agra : Jaipur (240kms/6hr)
Early morning visit Taj Mahal - a poem written in white marble, the most extravagant monument ever built for love. Taj Mahal - One of the eight wonders of the world. The Taj Mahal is often described as "the epitome of love" & "a monument of immeasurable beauty". Taj Mahal was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to enshrine the remains of his beloved wife Begum Mumtaz Mahal which manifested the immortal love between the two. The purity of the white marble, the exquisite ornamentation, precious gemstones used and its picturesque location, all make this monument gain a place amongst the most magnificent buildings of the world. You can stay on to view the monument changing its mood with the soft light of the setting sun. The Taj Mahal remains closed on Fridays. Later transfer to the hotel for breakfast and checkout direct drive to Jaipur on arrival check in the hotel if time allows evenings go to Chokhi Dhani - An ethnic village resort and enjoy Rajasthani Food served in Traditional style enjoying folk dances and music (At your own). Overnight stay in Jaipur hotel.
Day 05 : Jaipur
Morning after breakfast visit Amber Fort, and enjoy elephant ride (At your own). Visit world famous Astrological Observatory, City Palace - Museums of precious and semi - precious stones, Typical Rajasthani handicrafts & free for shopping. Overnight stay in Jaipur hotel.
Day 06 : Jaipur - Delhi (265kms/6hr)
Morning after breakfast checkout from the hotel and drive to Delhi to catch your flight for next destination. Tour ends.
Hotels are being used / similar
Tulip Inn / Regent Continental
Radisson Blu / Royal Plaza
Hotel Grand Casa
Hotel Taj Inn / Taj Galaxy
Crystal Inn / Royale Residency
Radisson Blu / Wyndham grand
Laxmi Niwas Palace /Royal Sheraton
Vesta Mourya Palace / Hotel Pepermint
Four Point Shereton / Holiday inn
Package Include :
· Accommodation on twin sharing Basis as per Package Selected.
· Meal on CPAI basis (Bed Tea, Breakfast).
· All sightseeing as per the tour itinerary as disposal basis.
· All Transportation a/c Indigo & /desire / Xylo / Innova / Tempo Traveler
· Tour Guide for Agra.
· Welcome drink on arrival.
· Innerline Permit.
· All toll taxes, parking, state taxes and driver allowance.
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( Delhi 2N - Agra 1N - Jaipur 2N )
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