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Day 01: ARRIVE BANGKOK – PATTAYA
Approximate travel time is 01hr 30 mins drive from Bangkok, On arrival in Bangkok you will be met by our local representative in the arrival area situated outside the customs hall. Proceed to Sriracha Tiger Zoo for Indian breakfast with enterance enroute to Pattaya, Asia’s premier beach resort. Later check into your hotel. Lunch at Indian reataurant. Post Lunch proceed for Alcazar show OR Tiffany Show – This is a popular Transvestite show. One of the best entertainments in Pattaya after sunset. See some extravagant performances, dance, music and have the time of your life here! Show lasts for 11⁄2hr. Later Dinner at Indian Dinner. Overnight in Pattaya.
DAY 02: PATTAYA – CORAL ISLAND
After breakfast at the hotel, get set to explore the charm and beauty of Coral Island (subject to weather conditions). Start with an exciting ride in a speedboat to Ko Larn Island where you can enjoy water sports activities like parasailing, snorkeling, windsurfing etc. on your own. (Do not forget to carry your swimwear). View the colourful and abundant underwater life without getting wet as you gaze at them from aboard a glass bottom boat. After an Indian lunch, the afternoon is at leisure for you to relax. Later proceed for Lunch at Indian Restaurant. Overnight in Pattaya.
DAY 03: PATTAYA – BANGKOK
Approximate travel time is 01hr 30 mins drive from Pattaya – CITY TOUR After breakfast at the hotel, check out and proceed to Bangkok. Enroute visit a Gem’s gallery where you can not only buy precious stones but also understand their creation and making. Visit the ‘Wat Benchamabophit’ – the marble temple, the ‘Wat – Pho’ – the temple of the reclining Buddha, which is the largest and oldest in Bangkok or the Wat Traimit – the Golden Buddha Temple. This house’s the stunning 5.5 ton statue of Buddha made of pure gold. Have Lunch at Indian Restaurant. Later proceed to your hotel for a check in. Enjoy a delicious Indian dinner. Overnight in Bangkok
DAY 04: BANGKOK
After breakfast at the hotel, the day is free for you to explore the city on your own or take an optional tour to Safari World. Visit the Safari Park, an open zoo where you can marvel at the animals living in their natural habitat. At Marine Park there are a variety of exotic marine animals and shows of trained dolphins, birds and seals. Today you have the opportunity to have the closest encounter with rare and endangered species of the animal kingdom. Lunch at Indian Restaurant. Evening dinner at Indian Restaurant. Overnight in Bangkok.
DAY 05: DEPART BANGKOK
After breakfast at the hotel, you have some time for last minute shopping. Later check out of the hotel, have lunch at Indian Restaurant and proceed to the Airport for your flight back home. Return home with wonderful memories of your holiday.
South Africa Tour Packages from Bangalore
An ideal visit to South Africa requires 1 week. You can add on the Victoria Falls in Zambia or Kruger National Park. For a longer holiday, combine SA with Kenya or Tanzania. Keeping in mind your budget and preferences, we’ll customize to create your perfect holiday.
The miraculous shift from apartheid state to thriving democracy has opened up the country’s many attractions to a stream of overseas visitors. South Africa rewards you with a rich diversity of experiences that will appeal to everyone.
South Africa continues to attract a wide variety of visitors: tourists on short-term visits are drawn to well established highlights such as the Kruger Park with its “Big Five” safari animals, and Cape Town’s Table Mountain, one of the most beautiful vistas anywhere in the world. Sports lovers come to play golf, try rock climbing, mountain biking, bungee jumping and hike the numerous pristine nature reserves. While others fall in love with the Garden Route’s beauty and effortless bohemia. And of course everyone loves the golden beaches, welcoming wine farms and the great food.
This broad and wonderfully complex country is brimming with contradictions and surprising contrasts. Living side by side you’ll find desert and rainforests; secluded beach and mist-shrouded mountain; and it’s all populated by over thirty different cultures that are still learning to talk to one another.
The tourist infrastructure is outstanding, comparing well with European standards of comfort and efficiency. And the weakness of the Rand against major international currencies makes for a hard to beat value for money holiday. In short, South Africa has it all – a combination of everything a visitor could want, in a territory that is a true paradise on earth.
Kruger National Park
The park welcomes over 600,000 annual visitors and is one of the largest in the world, measuring some 350km in length and comprising an area of over 20,000 sq km . The park is home to the “big five” game animals – leopard, lion, elephant, buffalo and rhino – and seeing any of these magnificent creatures in the wild is an experience you’ll remember for the rest of your life.
This enormous park offers an authentic bushveld experience. Rustic but comfortable overnight camps are dotted throughout the park, each with their own character. Accommodation is typically in circular rondavels, a design known to insulate against the heat of the bushveld summers.
The liberalisation of the gaming laws have spread gambling throughout the country, but until a few years ago Sun City was the only world-class gambling and entertainment venue accessible to South Africans.
Its very presence is somewhat miraculous: in place of arid, dry soil there are now two lush Gary Player designed golf-courses, a theme park boasting the world’s first pool wave generator, and some wonderfully kitsch pseudo-African architecture. The Lost City development (the largest thermal resort in the world) has greatly enhanced the prestige of this, South Africa’s very own Las Vegas.
The Cape offers some of the world’s best land venues for watching whales. The shamelessly exhibitionistic southern right whales frolic and play only metres from the shore, allowing onlookers unforgettable views. You are literally close enough to see the barnacles on their backs. Hermanus, near Cape Town and is a popular venue and is known for the eccentric rams-horn toting whale crier.
Table Mountain, Cape Town
So called because of its 3km wide flat top, Table Mountain and its outlying peak of Lion’s Head tower over Cape Town. Often covered by the “tablecloth” of white cloud that rolls over in late afternoon, Table Mountain is South Africa’s most recognisable symbol and the pre-eminent guardian of the Mother City.
The views from atop the 1100m peak are spectacular, with golden beached Camps Bay to your left, Lions Head and Robben Island ahead of you, and the winelands calling from the distant right. For the energetic, superb lung-searing hiking and climbing routes lead to the top; for everyone else the rotating cable-car does the journey in five minutes.
The recently upgraded restaurant, bar and café facilities around the cable car station are top-quality and there is no better place in the world to watch a sunset. On the eastern side of the mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden ranks as among the most beautiful in the world. Devoted to indigenous plants, the garden hosts sunset concerts in summer and is interspersed with open-air sculptures.
The celebrated Garden Route winds its 200km coastal way from Storms River Mouth in the north to Mossel Bay in the south. It passes, in turn, through the spectacular gorge of Storms River, verdant Tsitsikamma forest, the blissful retirement enclave of Nature’s Valley, the holiday idyll of Plettenberg Bay, and, finally, gentrified Knysna – last stop on the way to Mossel Bay.
The drive is well serviced with restaurants and farm stalls that cry out for you to break your journey, and is best done over a few days. Between Knysna and George a road leads north to Oudtshoorn, promoted as the ostrich capital of the world. Thrill seeking tourists can even ride one of the bizarre animals, a unique and hair-raising experience. The nearby Cango Caves is one of South Africa’s top tourist draws and has been since 1780 when a local farmer discovered the expansive complex of calcite columns and otherworldly rock formations.
Lay down in your way catnip stuck in a tree, sunbathe kittens.
Day 1: Cape Town – Arrival
After clearing customs and immigration at Cape Town International Airport, make your way through the terminal. Your representative greets you at the ‘meeting point’ at the exit and transfers you comfortably to your hotel (check in after 1400 hrs). The rest of the evening is free to explore Cape Town on your own. Enjoy dinner at leisure at one of the many restaurants in the area.
Day 2: Cape Town – Half Day City Tour
Today you will be taken on a half day City Orientation Tour. Set against the spectacular backdrop of Table Mountain, Cape Town is rich in historical and cultural heritage and natural beauty. Some of the highlight stops on this tour will be the Company Gardens, the Castle of Good Hope and the lively Greenmarket Square– where you can purchase arts and crafts from all overAfrica. You will also take a trip through the colourful Bo Kaap area, known as the home of the “Cape Malays”. We then take a trip upCape Town’s landmark, Table Mountain (weather permitting). The remainder of the day will be spent at leisure at the vibrant V&A Waterfront, which offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Day 3: Cape Town – Cape Point & Peninsula Tour
After breakfast head out for a full day excursion to the magnificent scenery and wildlife of the Cape Peninsula. This tour includes a boat trip to Duiker Island, where thousands of Cape Fur Seals live, and later a lunch in the cosy Naval village of Simon’s Town. We will visit Boulders Beach to see one of South Africa’s two land-based African Penguin colonies and then continue along the False Bay coastline to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Have your photos taken at the most south western tip of the African continent and enjoy an invigorating walk, or leisurely funicular trip, up to the Cape Point lighthouses to admire the dramatic cliffs and amazing views. The day ends at the beautiful Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Dinner tonight will be at leisure.
Day 4: Cape Town – Mabula Game Reserve
After breakfast and check out, you will be collected from your hotel and transferred to Cape Town International Airport for your flight to Johannesburg. On arrival at O.R.Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, a representative will meet and transfer you to Mabula Game Reserve in the Limpopo Province. On arrival at Mabula Game Reserve you will be welcomed and given a brief orientation session.
Once you have settled into your room, relax and unwind before an afternoon game drive; this will last approximately 2-3 hours and a stop will be made along the way for sundowners. On return to the lodge, enjoy dinner.
Day 5: Mabula Game Reserve
Today starts with an early morning game drive, which will give you a chance to witness the early risers of the bush. This game experience will contrast to the evening drive the previous night, showcasing the savannah landscape at dawn. The rest of the day will be spent at leisure; you can relax at the lodge’s swimming pool or possibly indulge in an optional spa treatment. In the afternoon depart on another evening game drive, hopefully spotting the animals that eluded you the previous day. You will then return to the lodge in time to freshen up before for dinner.
Day 6: Mabula Game Lodge – Sun City
Today after your morning game drive and breakfast you will be collected from the lodge and transferred via road to Sun City in the North West Province.
Upon arrival at Sun City you will be taken to your hotel of choice and spend the remainder of the day at leisure. Sun City is known as the entertainment Mecca of the North West Province, offering world class restaurants, wonderful entertainment facilities, two leading golf courses, a dazzling casino and a safari experience second to none. Check in at your hotel and enjoy dinner at one of the many restaurants at the resort.
Day 7: Sun City – optional activities
Today, you have the whole day at leisure to explore Sun City and all it has to offer. There are many optional activities that you can enjoy. Optional activities at Sun City include: watersports, the beach in the Valley of the Waves, a visit to the exciting Kwena Gardens Crocodile Sanctuary, learning about the cultural of the local people at the Motseng Cultural Village, getting some retail therapy at the variety of high end shops, indulging in high tea at the Palace Hotel, hiking the trails in the gardens of the Lost City, or playing a round of golf at one of the world-class 18-hole golf courses. You could also go on an exciting safari excursion into the Pilanesberg National Park, home to the Big 5 as well as many other interesting animals.
Day 8: Sun City – Johannesburg via Gold Reef City
Today, after breakfast and checkout, you will be transferred to Johannesburg. En-route, we will stop for a tour of Gold Reef City. This interesting attraction is a reconstruction of 19th century Johannesburg. Go on an underground tour of a gold mine as well as watch molten gold being poured. Gold Reef City also has an amusement park, which has more than thirty adrenaline-boosting rides like the Giant Wheel, Anaconda and Tower of Terror. The ‘city’ also boasts a casino, as well as many restaurants and shops. Transfer to your hotel. Check in, and enjoy the evening at leisure.
Day 9: Johannesburg – Departure
After breakfast, you will be collected at your hotel and transferred to the O.R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, to connect with your outbound flight.
New Zealand Tour Packages From BangaloreNew Zealand Tour Packages From Bangalore
New Zealand Tour Packages from Bangalore
An ideal visit to NZ requires 12 – 14 days
In NZ, we offer the option of self-drive (recommended), coach transfers or a private chauffeur.
Use the suggested itineraries below as a starting point.
Keeping in mind your budget and preferences, we’ll customize them to create your perfect holiday.
New Zealand is a fantastic holiday destination for every type of traveller – from the nature loving to the thrill seeking.
The three main cities have utterly different atmospheres and characters; don’t assume that if you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all. Christchurch is cultured and retains its colonial charm whereas Wellington has all the attractions of a capital and is packed with parks, theatres and restaurants. Finally Auckland is the lively “big city” of New Zealand (although visitors will find it a lot more laid back than its reputation implies).
The same goes for the abundant rural areas: there’s more variety than you’ll first expect, and sometimes you have to look a little closer to see what’s really happening.
What might at first appear to be a typical European wooded hillside may turn out to be unique temperate rain forest, all ferns, evergreens and flightless birds, clinging to the side of an active volcano!
Imagine an urban environment where everyone lives within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and a dozen enchanted holiday islands. Add a sunny climate, a background rhythm of Polynesian culture and a passion for outstanding food, wine and shopping – you’re beginning to get the picture of Auckland, NZ’s largest and most diverse city.
Being at the narrowest point of the North Island, it literally stretches itself from one side of the country to the other, from the Pacific Ocean to the Tasman Sea. This means, wherever you are in Auckland, you’re never far from the water. And what amazing water it is. From wild surf beaches to the tranquil Hauraki gulf, the sea and all its attractions are why this is known as the City of Sails.
Rotorua is one place where the turbulent forces that formed New Zealand are most evident. This city, on the Volcanic Plateau, has one of the world’s most lively fields of geothermal activity. Skyrocketing geysers, hot springs and boiling mud pools all tell you that this place sits squarely on the Pacific Rim of Fire.
Rotorua is also the ancestral home of the Te Arawa people who settled here more than 600 years ago and their presence offers the visitor numerous cultural experiences. Try a hangi feast – cooked in the steaming ground, take a tour of an authentic pre-European Maori village or treat yourself to an indulgent spa therapy. If adventure is your thing, Rotorua has many attractions to get the adrenalin flowing; everything from skydiving and luging to zorbing and one of New Zealand’s best mountain bike circuits.
New Zealand’s second-largest city, Christchurch known as ‘The Garden City’ is a place of variety and innumerable attractions where, you can ski, play golf, bungy jump, go whitewater rafting, mountain biking, wind surfing, whale watching, and visit world-class vineyards and gardens. Where else in the world can you do that?
In February 2011, Christchurch was hit by a huge earthquake. Much of the central city with its classic neo-gothic architecture was destroyed. But it remains a beautiful city, a city where you can cycle alongside the river, stay in good hotels and indulge in fine sophisticated dining, and a city where, just 15 minutes from the centre you can scramble up mountain bike tracks or ride a wave at a surf beach. The buildings may have been damaged but the soul of the city and the welcoming spirit of the people remain very much intact. Don’t miss visiting Christchurch.
Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s top visitor destinations and if you come to the region you’ll understand why. The town sits on the shore of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu among dramatic ranges. The lake and mountain landscape make it suited to all kinds of adventure.
There’s skiing in the winter and activities such as bungy jumping, canyon swinging, jet boating, horse trekking and river rafting all year round. If hardcore adventure isn’t your thing, there are plenty of mellow options available. Experience one of the many walking & hiking trails, sightseeing tours or indulge yourself with spa treatments, boutique shopping and excellent food and wine. Head out of Queenstown and the drama of the Central Otago landscape unfolds around you. If you’re a Lord of the Rings fan you’ll recognize many of the locations of Middle-earth here
West Coast – Glaciers
The West Coast, or ‘the Coast’ as locals call it, is a wild place of rivers and rainforests, glaciers and geological treasures. Never more than fifty kilometres wide, in the whole stretch of it down the coast of the South Island there are only 31,000 people. Greymouth is the largest town.
Visit the Franz Josef and Fox glaciers. These giant rivers of ice have squeezed down the valleys to just 250 metres above sea level.
Day 1 – Arrive Auckland
On arrival in Auckland, ‘The City of Sails’, seat in coach passengers will be met by our local representative and privately transferred to your hotel. Self drive passengers will collect your rental car at the airport and drive to your hotel.
Day 2 – Auckland Sightseeing
Morning tour including Victoria Park Market, Westhaven Marina and the volcanic crater of Mt Eden for spectacular views of the city and harbour.
Day 3 – Auckland – Waitomo – Rotorua
Travel south through the fertile Waikato region to arrive at Waitomo. Enjoy a guided tour of the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves including an underground boat ride viewing the millions of glow worms on the cavern roof. On completion continue over the forested Mamaku Ranges to reach the ‘Thermal City’ of Rotorua.
Day 4 – Rotorua
Visit Te Puia Thermal Reserve to see boiling mudpools and roaring geysers. Following this, visit Rainbow Springs to see New Zealand’s trout, birds and wildlife before continuing to the Agrodome for a New Zealand farm show featuring sheep dog demonstrations, cow milking and an introduction to the stars of our sheep industry. The afternoon is at leisure. This evening enjoy an authentic Maori Hangi (feast) and Concert.
Day 5 – Rotorua – Christchurch
Depart on your domestic flight from Rotorua to Christchurch.
Day 6 – Christchurch – Mt Cook – Queenstown
Travel across the fertile Canterbury Plains to Lake Tekapo and the ‘Church of the Good Shepherd’ before continuing on to New Zealand’s highest mountain – Mt Cook. Depart Mt Cook and follow the shores of Lake Pukaki south through the historic Central Otago region to the ‘Alpine Resort’ of Queenstown.
Day 7 – Milford Sound
Follow the southern arm of Lake Wakatipu to Lumsden, and onward to Lake Te Anau. Enter the Eglinton Valley and travel through the breath taking man made Homer Tunnel to reach Milford Sound. Enjoy a cruise on this world famous fiord, dominated by Mitre Peak and the cascading Bowen Falls. Return to Queenstown.
Day 8 – Queenstown
A free day to explore the endless optional attractions available. Queenstown offers bungy jumping, jetboating, white water rafting, gondola rides and much more.
Day 9 – Queenstown – Glacier Region
Depart Queenstown and travel via Lake Wanaka and through the historic Haast Pass, gateway to the World Heritage Westland National Park. Continue up the West Coast past spectacular mountain ranges, native forests and lakes to the glacier region of Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers.
Day 10 – Glacier Region – Christchurch
Travel north to Greymouth today and board the Tranz Alpine train (seat in coach passengers). Ascend through lush beech forests past the alpine village of Arthur’s Pass before crossing the spectacular Southern Alps. Travel over Canterbury Plains to Christchurch.
Day 11 – Christchurch Sightseeing
Highlights of this morning’s tour include the Anglican Cathedral, Town Hall, the Arts Centre, Canterbury Museum, the University, Botanic Gardens and the Avon River.
Day 12 – Depart
Your arrangements conclude today with a departure transfer or the return of your rental car.
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Day 01. Arrive in Dubai international airport & Immigration formalities, Hotel Check in & lunch, Assemble @ hotel reception for days tour plan & instruction, Visit to 124th Later enjoy dinner at the surroundings of Burj Khalifa, Return to hotel and rest.
Dubai City Tour, Breakfast @ hotel & later Instruction for days visit, City tours includes the Jumeirah Mosque, photo shop @ Burj-Al-Arab Unique hotel of the world, Sheikh Zayed Road , Dubai Museum from inside later enjoy Jumeirah Palm Monorail ride & Photo shop @ Atlantis Hotel. Enjoy shopping @ the Gold Souk Market – then lunch. Enjoy the Dhow Dinner Cruise A traditional Wooden sailing Vessel which sails from the heritage village, relax & Experience the beautiful atmosphere & exotic view of the city by night .
Breakfast @ hotel & later proceed towards days tour, Visit mall of emirates- the Ultimate entertainment & shopping resort Enjoy snow Slides & photography in snow park – after lunch, Enjoy the most popular Desert Dunes Safari by a Four wheel drive land Cruiser & the exciting Belly dance show with Dinner.
Breakfast @ hotel & later proceed towards Abu Dhabi City Tour, City Tours includes Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque- This architectural work Of art is one of the Worlds largest Mosques , with a capacity for an 41000, Worshippers @ a time , Emirates National Auto Museum , Marina mall Yas Island & Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation.
Breakfast @ hotel Dubai mall Aquarium ,Enjoy shopping till 15.00, Report Outside Dubai mall and return to hotel & check out @ 17.30 hrs, Proceed towards airport and tour concludes