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Arrival On 24 Jul 2020
Departure On 12 Aug 2020

Amit Kumar
Ciao India Tours

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Email- amit@ciaoindiatours.com
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140, Budhpur, Delhi 110036, India
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Delhi-Amritsar-Srinagar-Pahalgam-Gulmarg-Sonmarg-Kolkata-kochi-Munnar-Aleppy-Mumbai-Delhi

DAY 1, Friday 24 Jul 2020

Arrival in Delhi (Hotel booked from the previous day)

Arrival at New Delhi international airport. Following the habits, the immigration formalities and the baggage collection, ours will surely come out of the arrival terminal building after which it will be transferred to your hotel.

Capital of India and an important entrance to the country, contemporary Delhi is a vibrant metropolis, which successfully combines in its folds – the ancient with the modern. Among the fast-spiraling skyscrapers the remains of a time gone by in the form of silent historical reminders of the ancient influence of the region. First impressions for each visitor are a species, city of the garden, lined with numerous beautiful parks.

Upon arrival at the hotel, proceed to check-in at the hotel. Standard Check in Time at the hotel 1400 hours / Check out 1200 hours. In time proceed to the tour of old delhi and new delhi, the Red Fort (external photo stop), Jama Mosque, Chandni Chowk and Raj Ghat ..

Brief information on the monuments

In the 17th century, the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, made his capital at Shahjahanabad, the area that covers present-day Delhi, also called the walled city.

Jama Masjid is the largest and best known mosque in India. It is flanked by a red fort on one side and the old town Chandni Chowk on the other side. Built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, Jama Masjid is one of the busiest in Delhi for pilgrims and tourists.

Red Fort (Photo stop) was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the seventeenth century, which took about 9 years to complete this magnificent structure and about 10 million rupees to build the fort.

Candani Chowk The Delhi bazaar novel can best be experienced at Chandni Chowk and around the streets. According to legend, the Chandni Chowk market was established during the reign of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.

Raj Ghat, resting place of Mahatma Gandhi. Raj Ghat remembers the man who is known as the Father of the Nation for his tireless and pacifist work to recover the independence of India.

Overnight at hotel in Delhi

Hotel

Sunstar Heritage

DAY 2, Saturday 25 Jul 2020

Delhi – Amritsar(By Train 7 Hrs.)

After breakfast The day starts at 8:30 

Departure for Amritsar

Arrive in Amritsar and transfer to the hotel

In the afternoon Late Touristic visits In the late afternoon, traveled to a Wagah, the border of India-Pakistan, to watch the changing of the guard ceremony. Soldiers from both countries participate in an interesting ceremony and eventually shake hands. The crowds singing patriotic songs on both sides of the border and the disciplined aggression of soldiers made a fascinating scene.

Overnight at the hotel in Amritsar

DAY 3, Sunday 26 Jul 2020

Amritsar

After breakfast the day starts at 9:00 

Visit of the city of Amritsar. Visit the beautiful Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple. It is the spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh religion. The main sanctuary is in marble and is a center of a picturesque body of water. The sacred book of the Sikhs – the Guru Granth Sahib is housed in this holy and peaceful shrine. The roof of the building is gold leaf, giving the temple its name. The community kitchen – the langar – offers free meals to anyone who wants or needs to eat there (on average, 10,000 pilgrims and visitors eat here every day).

Then visit the Jallianwalah Bagh – a memorial to the ruins of innocent natives who were massacred by General Dyer in 1919. On 13 April thousands of people gathered in a peaceful assembly on the occasion of Baisakhi – a harvest festival – at Jallianwala Bagh in heart of Amritsar. When the crowds do not disperse after the warnings, General Brigadier Reginald Dyer, an officer in the Indian army, ordered his gang of riflemen to open fire on the meeting, killing many. Later he visits the Hindu temple of Durgiana which looks like a replica of the golden temple.

Overnight in Amritsar

DAY 4, Monday 27 Jul 2020

Amritsar – Srinagar( By flight 1 )

After breakfast, transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule for Srinagar 

Arrival in Srinagar-Upon your arrival at Srinagar International Airport, you will be met by our representative who will assist you and accompany you to your waiting vehicle. From the airport it is a 35 minute drive through the heart of New Srinagar city. The unit takes you over the Abdullah bridge that connects the banks of the Jhelum river, snaking towards the northwestern border of Kashmir. We arrive at the houseboat / hotel and check in. Later we will take a 1 hour Shikara trip to Lake Dal. This boat ride takes you past some wonderful floating gardens, the Craft Center and the inherited lifestyle of people who have been living in the lake for decades.

Dinner and overnight at the houseboat / hotel.

Hotel

Royale Houseboat

DAY 5, Tuesday 28 Jul 2020

A Srinagar

After breakfast proceed to Srinagar 

Today we will continue on a local sightseeing tour which will include a visit to the famous Mughal Gardens, Cheshma Shahi (royal spring), Nishat (Pleasure Garden), Shalimar (Abode of Love) Mughal set up in the 16th century and these fall along the bank of Dal- Lake in the heart of Srinagar City and Shankaracharya Temple located on a small hill, thus offering a panoramic view of the entire city, along with the famous Dal-Lake and River Jhelum, En route by visiting the center of the hand-loom famous for the production of Pashmina shawls / Shahtoos and world-famous rugs, evening return to the houseboat

Dinner and overnight at the houseboat / hotel.

Hotel

Royale Houseboat

DAY 6, Wednesday 29 Jul 2020

Srinagar-Pahalgam-Srinagar

After breakfast, proceed to Pahalgam, 

Leave after breakfast and proceed to Pahalgam, we drive to Pahalgam via Pampore where you can visit famous saffron fields, Awantipora and the village of Bijbehara which remains famous as the bread basket of Kashmir. We pass from the national highway 1A to Khanabal and we cross the second largest city of Anantnag. Pahalgam is a picturesque valley about 97 kilometers south of Kashmir. Known as Pahalgam (which means The Shepherds Village), the valley is renowned throughout the world for its exotic forests, graceful streams and imposing snow-capped peaks. At Pahalgam you can visit the Aru valley, the Beetab valley and Chandanwari (optional) and take a horse ride in the Baisaran meadows. After visiting the mountain valley for most of the day, we will return to Srinagar

Dinner and overnight at the houseboat / hotel.

Hotel

Royale Houseboat

DAY 7, Thursday 30 Jul 2020

Srinagar-Sonmarg-Srinagar

After breakfast 

Drive to the majestic mountain resort of Sonamarg. The path to Sonamarg takes us to a picturesque country road where we will meet hills, green forests, clear waterways and fields of rice in bloom. We will zoom beyond the city of Kangan which handles all the local needs of this region. From Kangan, we will drive to Mammar, famous for its trout farm before heading to Sonamarg. We will descend once again from our vehicles to the tourist spot of Gagangir. The spot is built in the middle of the Sindh River and looks like an island with snow glaciers covering one or the other point. In Sonamarg we will take a 3-hour walk or a horse ride / local taxi on the Thajwas glacier (optional). After our return we will visit the small town market for some snacks or simply make a visit by observing the local people who go with their daily routine. We will return to Srinagar 

Dinner and overnight stay in a Houseboat in Srinagar

Hotel

Royale Houseboat

DAY 8, Friday 31 Jul 2020

Srinagar-Gulmarg-Srinagar

After breakfast proceed to Srinagar.

We will start the day trip to the countryside towards Gulmarg. Gulmarg (2440 meters above sea level). It is one of the most beautiful hill stations and also called “Prati di fiori”. The journey through colorful villages and rice fields gives you an idea of ​​Kashmir’s rich cultural past. We arrive at a small and picturesque market town of Tangmarg and continue on a scenic road of 14 kilometers to Gulmarg. Gulmarg has one of the best ski slopes in the world and the highest golf course with 18 holes. We arrive in Gulmarg in the early afternoon and begin a brief tour around the lawn to familiarize ourselves with beauty. In Gulmarg we will go up to the Gondola cable car system 

Dinner and overnight stay at the Houseboat.

Hotel

Royale Houseboat

DAY 9, Saturday 01 Aug 2020

Srinagar-Kolkata By flight

After breakfast, transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule 

Getting to Kolkata International Airport. Following the habits, immigration formalities and baggage collection, our representative will meet you as you exit the terminal building after which you will be transferred to your hotel.

In the afternoon visit Hawrah Bridge

Howrah Bridge is a suspension bridge over the Hooghly River in West Bengal, India. Commissioned in 1943, the bridge was originally called the New Howrah Bridge, because it replaced a bridge of boats in the same position that connected the two cities of Howrah and Calcutta (Calcutta). On June 14, 1965, Rabindra Setu was renamed by the great Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore, who was the first Indian and Asian Nobel Prize winner. It is still popularly known as the Howrah bridge.

The bridge is one of four on the Hooghly River and is a famous symbol of Kolkata and West Bengal. The other bridges are the Vidyasagar Setu (popularly called the second bridge of Hooghly), the Vivekananda Setu and the new Nivedita Setu. Weathered the storms of the Bay of Bengal region, carrying a daily traffic of around 100,000 vehicles and perhaps more than 150,000 pedestrians, making it easily the most crowded cantilever bridge in the world. The third longest cantilever bridge at the time of its construction, the Howrah Bridge is currently the sixth longest bridge of its kind in the world.

The flower market Near the southeastern end of Howrah Bridge, this flower market is charming and colorful almost 24 hours a day. However, if you visit at dawn, you will see wholesalers arrive with huge flower shipments that are then auctioned off to dealers. Many workers live in makeshift shacks, bathing in the river behind a ghat with the sunset views of Howrah Bridge. Around 7 am, local wrestlers practice their art on a small sand caged area, slightly set back from the river.

Kumortuli (also spelled Kumartuli, or the archaic spelling Coomartolly) is a traditional potters’ neighborhood in northern Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta), the capital of the eastern Indian state of West Bengal. The city is famous as a hot spot for sculpting that not only produces clay idols for various parties, but also regularly exports them.

College Street is most famous for small and large bookstores, which give it the nickname Boi Para (Colony of Books). People from all over the city and different parts of the state gather here for their books. Many large parts of the Bengali publishing industry (such as: Ananda Publishers, Dey’s Publishing, Rupa & Co., etc.) are located here. The street is dotted with countless tiny book stands that sell new and old books. An article in the Smithsonian magazine described College Street as … half a mile of bookstores and shelves spilling out onto the sidewalk, bringing first editions, pamphlets, paperbacks in every Indian language, with more than a fair smattering of books inside and outside of press from France, Germany, Russia and England. Rare books can be bought at bargain prices and extensive bargaining takes place.

Indian Coffee House – The history of the Coffee House at College Street can be traced back to Albert Hall, founded in April 1876. Later, the Coffee Board decided to start a joint cafe at Albert Hall in 1942. Considerable citizens were regular visitors to the place. In 1947, the central government changed the name of the place to “Coffee House”. The place became a meeting place for poets, artists, writers and people from the world of art and culture. In 1958, the management decided to close the Coffee House, but it was reopened the same year, after the professors of the Presidency College and Calcutta University made a special petition to the government, to save the heritage site. In 2006, a huge financial crisis prevented the cooperative society from renovating the coffee house. Although some companies like Asian Paints have turned to the company with offers to renovate the restaurant, the offers have been rejected due to the clash of rules and conditions.

Overnight at hotel in Kolkata

DAY 10, Sunday 02 Aug 2020

Kolkata

After breakfast the day starts at 9:00

Visit the Victoria Memorial

The Victoria Memorial is a large marble building in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, built between 1906 and 1921. It is dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) and is now a tourist and museum destination under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture. The memorial lies on the Maidan (land) near the bank of the Hooghly River, near the Jawaharlal Nehru road. In January 1901, at the death of Queen Victoria, George Curzon, first Marquis Curzon of Kedleston and viceroy of India, suggested the creation of a suitable memorial.

The Cathedral of St. Paul is a CNI, Church of North India Cathedral of Anglican background in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, known for its Gothic architecture. It is the seat of the diocese of Calcutta. The cornerstone was laid in 1839; the building was completed in 1847. It is said to be the largest cathedral in Kolkata and the first episcopal church in Asia. It was also the first cathedral built in the overseas territory of the British Empire. The building stands on Cathedral Road on the “island of attractions” to offer more space to the growing population of the European community of Calcutta in 1800.

Then we visit the mother house of the Missionaries of Charity

The mother house of the Missionaries of Charity is a sacred place of pilgrimage and reverence for those in search of a more meaningful existence. It was founded by Blessed Mother Teresa in 1950 with the aim of selflessly serving humanity and elevating the afflicted humanity towards the way of salvation. After Mother Teresa left her mortal body in 1997, she was buried in a tomb inside the house where she lived and served. The site of the tomb is very simple yet exudes an enormous amount of benign and pure vibration that fills the heart with gratitude and peace. Located between the noise and the crowd, Madri’s tomb is a true reflection of her life that has contemplated the example of a deep and conscious meditation.

Free time in the evening

Overnight at hotel in Kolkata

DAY 11, Monday 03 Aug 2020

Kolkata-Cochin (con volo)

After breakfast, transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule 

Arrive at Cochin International Airport. Following the customs, immigration formalities and baggage collection, our representative will meet you as you exit the terminal building after which you will be transferred to your hotel.

The evening is free for relaxation and walking alone

Overnight at the hotel in Cochin

Hotel

Starlit Suites

DAY 12, Tuesday 04 Aug 2020

A Cochin

After breakfast, the day begins 

Cochin, world famous port and commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. 

Visit the Mattancherry area, 

Palace of the Dutch, but originally built by the Portuguese, with its beautiful wall paintings, which depict mythological episodes in vivid colors. 

The Church of San Francesco, the first European church built in the country, which houses the tombstone of Vasco de Gama, who in fact remained buried here from 1524 until 1538, when his remains were taken to Portugal.

The Jews’ Street – The Jew Street is lined with shops selling antique crockery, carved wooden furniture, bronze and brass sculptures, remains of traditional houses and jewelry. The antiques sellers of these streets are the descendants of a rapidly declining population of Jews who settled here in 52 AD Every piece they sell has its own story to tell: a palace or a house of nobility, journeys through many lands and ages.

The synagogue – The Jewish synagogue here, a mark of exceptional architecture and history, is a fascination for hundreds of visitors every day. There are also other Jewish settlements in the state. But Kochi has made a name with its synagogue and the famous antique shops. The Cochin Jews settled in the kingdom of Cochin in southern India, now part of the state of Kerala. Already in the 12th century, mention is made of the Jews in southern India. … These people later became known as the Jews of Malabari.

The Kathakali show – Later you can witness the spectacle of Kathakali, the traditional dance of Kerala.

Overnight at the hotel in Cochin

Hotel

Starlit Suites

DAY 13, Wednesday 05 Aug 2020

Cochin-Munnar

After breakfast departure to Munnar at 8:30 

 

Arrival in Munnar and transfer to the hotel, then sightseeing in Munnar 

 

Upper station – In the evening, visit the upper station is a tourist destination in the hills of Kannan Devan of Munnar. It is a part of the border between the Idukki-Theni districts in the state of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The metro station is remarkable, the city is passing through Kannan Devan tea delivered here by Munnar and Madupatty on the railway and then down by cable car to Kottagudi. This area is popular for the rare Neelakurinji flowers. The Kurinjimala Shrine is nearby. The Top Station is the western entrance to the planned Palani National Park.

Ecological point – Munnar – one of the most picturesque cities of Kerala. In this wonderful postcard as fascinating as the city of Munnar, Echo Point rests as an exquisite place to visit. Its uniqueness lies in its natural echo characteristic, where your voice screaming returns to you. The stunning scenery of Echo Point due to clustered tea plantations and spice and coffee gardens determined its popularity among trekkers and nature strollers. In a completely peaceful and regenerating environment, strollers and trekkers can move along the velvety slopes and photograph moments of serenity and rich natural beauty.

C.S.I Christ Church – The old Chiesa del Cristo CSI is the seat of the CSI Munnar Pastorate with over a thousand Tamil families and 18 outstation churches. The church, counted among the most venerated places of Munnar, was built in 1910 by the English. This holy place is popular for its exquisite stained glass windows. In addition, he engraved brass plates that were made in the cough memory. The site of the church was formally consecrated by Rt. Rev. Noel Hodges on 15 April 1900 on the occasion of Easter. The foundation stone of the church was laid in March 1910 by Sir A.K. Muir was inaugurated on April 16, 1911 by the Rev. W. F. Hoysted, then a priest. When the British left Munnar in 1981, they handed over the charge of the church to the diocese of Kerala of Northern CIS.

 

 

In the evening visit the local market 

 

Overnight in hotel in Munnar

Hotel

Aranyaka

DAY 14, Thursday 06 Aug 2020

Munnar

After breakfast, visit Munnar at 8:30

 

Sightseeing of Munnar

 

Visit Laxmi Hills, Munnar Tea Museum Letchmi Hills We take about 3 kilometers towards Cochin (road) from Munnar, to the starting point of the Letchmi Hills trek. (Usually starting around 08.30 or 09.00.) The route is at a height of 1420 meters, about once around 30-40 minutes, after reaching the top of the hill, the rest of our trekking couple will be on ridge offering stunning views around, it will be across the grasslands, one side will be rocky mountain slope and the other will be tea plantations, Shola forest patch etc …

Also visit the Lllakam Waterfall, Munnar Tea Museum

 

(Here opportunity to taste tea and see how to make tea)

Munnar is perhaps the most beautiful of places to preserve and think about some of the great boulders of Kerala. Tata Tea has recently opened a museum of tea and tourists, a flagship, seen today in the region. The museum established at the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea is a tribute to the obstacles and the rigors of its pioneers, in an important plantation center of Kerala. The Tata Tea Museum diligently depicts the growth of Munnar tea estates, actually transmitted through some of the displays such as the rudimentary tea roll at the modern fully automated tea factory.

 

 

Overnight in hotel in Munnar

Hotel

Aranyaka

DAY 15, Friday 07 Aug 2020

Munnar-Aleppy

After breakfast departure to Alleppey at 8:30

 

Arrival in Alleppey and floating boat transfer (lunch and dinner included)

 

Free day to relax in the boat.

 

Overnight on a floating boat in Alleppy

Hotel

Delux House Boat

DAY 16, Saturday 08 Aug 2020

Aleppy-Cochin-Mumbai( By Flight)

After breakfast

Transfer to Kochi airport for Mumbai flight

Arrival in Mumbai and transfer to the hotel

Free evening for relaxation

Hotel accommodation in Mumbai

DAY 17, Sunday 09 Aug 2020

A Mumbai

After breakfast the day begins at 8:30

We go to visit the caves of Elefanta, Gateway of India, Museum “Prince of whales”, visit of Mani Bhawan.

Elephanta caves are a network of sculpted caves located on the island of Elephanta or Gharapuri in the port of Mumbai, 10 kilometers east of the city of Mumbai in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Transfer to the Gateway of India to reach the Elephanta caves (closed on Mondays). These caves are famous for the presence of ancient sculptures and the temple dedicated to the god Shiva. After the visit, return to the city and visit the “Prince Charles” museum, considered a heritage of the city of Mumbai for its admirable architecture (closed on Mondays).

The Prince of Wales Museum, now commonly known as ‘Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya’, was founded in the early 20th century. This museum is considered a heritage structure in Mumbai because of its admirable architecture. The Prince of Wales museum is one of the most significant museums in India. The museum houses several collections of ancient works of art, sculptures and artifacts in its galleries. After the renovation project began in 2008, many new galleries were opened containing works of Indo God Krishna, traditional Indian fabrics and costumes. Inside the museum there are regular exhibitions and conferences on different topics. The Prince of Wales Museum was originally a building that was used as a military hospital for performances for Welfare children. Tourists from all over the world make it a point to visit this magnificent heritage building and to explore the various ancient artifacts preserved within this museum.

Dhobhi Ghat of Mumbai is located in the heart of Mahalaxmi, Mumbai. This Ghat is famous throughout the world for its rich history, the films shot here and for being the largest laundry in the world. Dhobi Ghat can be seen from the overpass of Mahalaxmi Ghat.

You see washer-men, known as Dhobis in India, who woke up very early in the morning. They begin to do their work at 4:30 AM work until 22:00. You can see numerous men and women washing their clothes in large sinks with their hands. And this has been going on for centuries.

Mani Bhavan was the headquarters of Gandhi in Mumbai for about 17 years, from 1917 to 1934. It was from Mani Bhavan that Gandhi began the Non-Cooperation movements, Satyagraha, Swadeshi, Khadi and Khilafat. Gandhi’s association with the charkha began in 1917, while he was staying at Mani Bhavan. Mani Bhavan is also closely associated with Gandhi’s involvement in the Family Government Movement, as well as his decision to refrain from drinking cow’s milk to protest the cruel and inhuman practice of phookans gathered to raise cattle during that time. In 1955, the building was occupied by the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi to keep it as a monument to Gandhi.

Overnight at hotel in Mumbai

DAY 18, Monday 10 Aug 2020

A Mumbai

After breakfast at 8:30 am

Colaba Market – This market is a maze of roads and lanes, with virtually every inch full of shops and stalls. In some cases this consisted of a piece of cloth or cardboard on the ground with the goods piled on top. There is also a huge number of street food stalls cooking food on the side of the road and on sidewalks.

This is more a market for the locals, but is popular with tourists, it’s worth a visit to enjoy the atmosphere and experience the hustle and bustle of these busy streets. It is a real pleasure for the senses, with the sights, sounds and smells.

Crowford Market – Crawford Market is one of Mumbai’s oldest markets. Located very close to the Vittoria station (UNESCO World Heritage Site), this market is located in a single building built in Gothic style. Inside the market there are shops where they sell a lot of items for everyday use or as a curiosity. Maintaining the market is a concern, with security a particular concern, with some incidents recently. It is hoped that the authorities will wake up and restore this historical site at least in part of its past glory.

Victoria Station (UNESCO World Heritage Site) – The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly known as Victoria Terminus Station, in Mumbai, is an exceptional example of Victorian neo-Gothic architecture in India, combined with themes derived from traditional Indian architecture. The building, designed by the British architect F. W. Stevens, became the symbol of Bombay as the “Gothic city” and the main international merchant port of India. The terminal was built over 10 years, starting in 1878, according to a Victorian Gothic design based on Italian models of the late Middle Ages. Its remarkable stone dome, turrets, pointed arches and eccentric ground floor are close to the traditional architecture of the Indian palace. It is an exceptional example of the encounter between two cultures, since British architects have worked with Indian artisans to include the tradition and idioms of Indian architecture, thus creating a new exclusive Bombay style.

Panjrapole The house of the cows – Bombay Panjrapole was founded in 1834 by businessmen Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy and Amichand Shah, with the help of the philanthropist Parsi Cowasjee Patel. The intention was to look after stray dogs and pigs, which the British had ordered to shoot at night. The cows were introduced to produce milk to feed the strays and were secondary. However, over time, they have multiplied and become the main attraction. And they are absolutely adorable! The little ones, with their gigantic floppy ears, reminded me of dogs rather than calves. They climbed to attract attention and wanted to be fed manually. These days, Bombay Panjrapole takes care of over 350 cows (some of which are disabled) plus other strays like donkeys, goats, rabbits, parrots and ducks.

Overnight at Hotel at Mumbai

DAY 19, Tuesday 11 Aug 2020

Mumbai-Delhi (con volo)

After breakfast

Transfer to Mumbai airport for the flight to Delhi according to the flight schedule

Arrival in Delhi and transfer to the hotel

Free day for shopping and relaxation.

Overnight at hotel in Delhi

DAY 20, Wednesday 12 Aug 2020

Delhi-Italia

After breakfast we leave for Delhi airport according to your flight schedule

Ciao India Tours wishes you a pleasant journey

Price Details

Customized for 02 Pax in one double room in comfortable hotels with breakfast : 4955.00 EUR

Inclusions:

  • Meeting and assistance on arrival / departure from our representative at the airport
  • Service fee all applicable government taxes
  • The Kathakali show in Cochin
  • Flight from Cochin to Mumbai
  • Flight from Mumbai to Delhi
  • Transfers, tourist visits, excursions as a program for air conditioning with medium Car Wifi in the car during the whole journey
  • Lo spettacolo di Kathakali a Cochin

Exclusions:

  • The price does not include what is not specified in the price includes.

Other Information

Taj Mahal will be closed on Fridays for weekly maintainence.

Check in time is 1400hrs and check-out time is 1200 hours

Please understand that in the program related to monuments some are free so in case of not visiting we cannot repay money. Hotel names mentioned in our offer only indicate that our rates are based on the use of these hotels. It does not mean the accommodation is confirmed by the hotels until it is confirmed by the hotels.

Tariff – Not valid from December 20th to January 10th

International Flights

International flights are not included in the total price. Local operators can also book international flights: please note that you need them when filling out your quote request. Some local operators do not offer this service but will provide you with all the information and advice on the best flight. We remain at your disposal to help you in your search for international flights and any doubts.

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Booking .. All reservations must be received in writing via email or fax. Reservations are finalized upon receipt of payment (Sent by the Ciao India Tours team) and upon receipt of the information form. All other details are mentioned below.

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Cancellation: Cancellations more than 30 days before the departure date: 50% of the deposit will be refunded after deduction: bank charges (€ 20), booking fee (€ 45), flight cancellation (€ 20 per person and 100% of the cost Be deducted) and the current cost of train tickets. Cancellations less than 30 days before departure: 50% cancellation fee. CIAO INDIA TOURS keeps 50% of the deposit paid upon confirmation of booking.

Cancellations less than 21 days before departure: 100% cancellation fee. Ciao India Tours keeps 100% of the cost of the trip.

Note: Regardless of the aforementioned cancellation plates – in case of cancellation of tour / travel services after the booking made with us – a minimum service charge of 10% will be applied. In case of cancellation of the trip after the start, the refund would be limited to a limited amount which also depends on the amount we could recover from the hoteliers, airlines and suppliers we will protect. For unused hotel facilities, transportation of rentals and missed meals, etc. We are not responsible for the refund. In the case of a special train journey (such as Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on wheels, Deccan Odyssey, Golden Chariot, Indian Maharaja and Maharajas Express), a separate cancellation policy ( recommended as and when required). . If the booking for the following period is canceled, due to any reason, no refund will be made for such cancellation. High season bookings (from December 20th to January 15th) Festival Period Bookings (Festivals such as -Diwali, Dussehra, Holi, Pushkar and so on). Weekend bookings.

Refund: With regard to the reimbursement of unused / unused services (which are paid and canceled in advance), the amount of 12/14 Estimate of Maria Pia 2018-12-29 refund will be processed on the basis of the cancellation policy as above described and the money will then be refunded to the person / agency who made the payment to us. Please note that the refund process may take 2 – 4 weeks due to banking procedures. If the refund is made to the credit card account or the bank account, bank charges would be debited from the refund amount.

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The wonders of Gujarat

India | Participants: 2
Arrival On 01 Feb 2020
Departure On 15 Feb 2020

Amit Kumar
Ciao India Tours

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Ahmedabad-Champaner-kevadia-vadodara-Lothal-Bhavnagrar-Palitana-Diu-Somanth-Sasan Gir-Junagarh-Gondal-Rajkot-Bhuj-Dhordo-Dasada-Modhera-Patan-Ahmedabad

DAY 1, Saturday 01 Feb 2020

Arrival in Ahmedabad (the hotel booked from the previous day)

Arrival at Ahmedabad International Airport.

Once the immigration procedures have been completed and the baggage has been withdrawn our operator will wait for you outside the Terminal for the transfer to the hotel.

Arrival at the hotel and check-in. Standard Check in 14:00 / Check out 12:00

Today we visit The Jain Temple, Sarkhej Roza, Local Market.

The Jain Temple The construction of the temple was started originally designed by Shet Hathisinh Kesarisinh, a wealthy merchant from Ahmedabad who died at 49 years old. The construction was supervised and completed by his wife Shethani Harkunvar. The total cost was around 8.00.000, therefore a greater sum. The temple is dedicated to Lord Dharmanatha, the fifteenth Jain Tirthankar.

Sarkhej Roza includes one of the most elegant and unique architectural complexes in Ahmedabad. In his architecture, Sarkhej Roza is an example of the first Islamic architectural culture in the region, which blends Persian’s Islamic stylistic influences with Hindu and Jainist features to form an “Indo-Saracenic” architectural style. The architectural style of Sarkhej Roza is a precursor of the Mughal period in a true fusion of Hindu, Jain and Islamic styles. Hindu art and construction know-how were superimposed on the Islamic sense of geometry and scale. The Roza complex in Sarkhej was built at the advent of the sultanate era.

Local market. Being the largest city in Gujarat, Ahmedabad is quite famous for its local markets. The people of Ahmedabad love spending their time and money on shopping due to a variety of items available in the market.

Overnight at Hotel in Ahmedabad

DAY 2, Sunday 02 Feb 2020

Ahmedabad

After breakfast the day starts at 8:30 AM

Visit the city visiting Gandhi’s ashram, the Jamaican mosque,

Gandhi’s ashram, the Sabarmati Ashram (also known as Gandhi Ashram, Harijan Ashram or Satyagraha Ashram) is located in the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, adjacent to the Ashram Road, on the banks of the Sabarmati River, at 6.5 Km from the town hall. This was one of the many residences of Mahatma Gandhi who lived in Sabarmati (Gujarat) and Sevagram (Wardha, Maharashtra) when he was not traveling through India and was not in prison. [1] He remained in Sabarmati and Wardha for a total of twelve years along with his wife Kasturba Gandhi and his followers, including Vinoba Bhave. The Bhagavad Gita was recited here every day, as part of the Ashram program.

The Jama Jama Masjid mosque (literally Friday Mosque), also known as the Jumah Mosque, is an Ahmedabad mosque, built in 1424 during the reign of Ahmed Shah I. Located in the old fortified city, the mosque is located outside the Bhadra area Fort, along the south side of the road that stretches from Teen Darwaza to Manek Chowk.

Adlaj Stepwell Located in the quiet village of Adalaj, this has served for many years as a resting place for many pilgrims and caravans along their trade routes. Built in 1499 by Queen Rudabai, wife of the chief Vaghela, Veersinh, this five-story building was not only a cultural and utilitarian space, but also a spiritual refuge. It is believed that the villagers would come every day to fill the image, offer prayers to the gods carved into the walls and interact with each other in the cool shade of the vav. There is an opening in the ceilings above the landing that allows light and air to enter the octagonal well. However, direct sunlight does not touch the ramp or landings, except for a short time at noon.

The Calico Museum of textiles, (The visit is booked at your request) under the auspices of the Sarabhai Foundation, is India’s main textile museum. His collection of Indian fabrics is considered by many to be the best and most complete in the world. The fabrics, together with the extraordinary collection of bronzes from southern India of the Sarabhai Foundation, Vaishnava picchavais, Jain art and miniature paintings, are housed in The Retreat, located in the Shahibaug area of ​​Ahmedabad. The Foundation organizes a museum tour of the collections every day and offers a wide range of textile and other publications.

Overnight at hotel in Ahmedabad

DAY 3, Monday 03 Feb 2020

Ahmedabad -Champaner- Chota Udaipur (190 KM 4 Hrs.)

After the first breakfast, departure for Champaner

The Champaner-Pavagadh archaeological park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in the Panchmahal district of Gujarat, India. It is located around the historic city of Champaner, a city built by Sultan Mahmud Begada of Gujarat. The heritage site is dotted with fortresses with ramparts that start from the Pavagadh hills and extend into the town of Champaner. The landscape of the park includes archaeological, historical and cultural heritage monuments such as Chalcolithic sites, a hilltop fortress of an ancient Hindu capital and remains of the 16th century capital of the state of Gujarat. There are palaces, gates and entrance arches, mosques, tombs and temples, residential complexes, agricultural structures and water installations such as wells and basins, dating from the 8th to the 14th century. The Kalika Mata temple, located atop the 800-meter-high Pavagadh hill (2,600 feet), is an important Hindu shrine in the region, which attracts large numbers of pilgrims throughout the year.

We leave for the visit of Chotta Udaipur

Chhota Udaipur shares its proximity to several villages of Rathwas, Bhils, Bhilalas and other tribes. Tribals can be seen in colorful clothing and thick traditional jewelry. A trip to the village and tribal villages gives an idea of ​​the traditional lifestyle, architecture and crafts of every indigenous community.

Overnight in Chhota Udaipur

DAY 4, Tuesday 04 Feb 2020

Chotta Udaipur-Kevadia-Vadodara (100 KM 2 Hrs.)

After breakfast, departure to visit the tallest statue in the world

Arrival and visit of the statue of the unit

The Statue of Unity is a colossal statue of the Indian statesman and independence activist Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (1875-1950) who was the internal prime minister of independent India and the principal adherent of Mahatma Gandhi during the non-violent movement of Indian independence. Located in the Narmada district of Gujarat, the tallest statue in the world (about 600 feet), it is only 3.5 km from the town of Kevadia and about 90 km from Vadodara.

For Gujarat tourism, which already has the Great Rann of Kutch and the Gandhi circuit as great attractions, the Statue of Unity is being added to the list. To get the best view of the picturesque surroundings of the Statue of Unity, you will have to go to the observation deck at a height of about 400 feet near the chest of the Sardar Patel statue using high-speed elevators. This offers a panoramic view of the entire Narmada river, the surrounding hills and the dam.

In addition to the statue itself, there are many other tourist attractions around including the valley of flowers, the natural beauty of the Satpura and Vindhyachal mountain ranges in addition to the Sardar Sarobar dam on the mighty Narmada river.

Overnight at the hotel in Vadodara

DAY 5, Wednesday 05 Feb 2020

Vadodara-Lothal-Bhavnagar (225 Km 4:45Hrs.)

After breakfast the day starts at 8:00 AM

Sayaji Bag, is a garden located in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. Also known as “Kamati Baug”, it was built by Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad of Baroda. The largest garden in western India with an area surrounding more than 100 acres. The largest floral clock in the world and India.

Palace of Nazarbaug – The Nazarbaug palace or Nazar Bāgh palace was the royal palace of Gaekwad in the city of Vadodara, in the state of Gujarat, in western India. The Nazar Bāgh palace was built in 1721. It had three floors and is the oldest building in Baroda. It was built by Malhār Rāo Gaekwad at the end of the 19th century. This palace was used on ceremonial occasions by the Gaekwads. Until recently, it housed the relics of the royal family. It had solid gold and silver guns, each weighing over 100 kg. The motifs also contain the Shïsh Mahal, a glass palace.

Kirti Stambh and / or Baroda Museum. Kirti Stambh is one of the most famous landmarks in the city, located near the Polo Ground. It is made of pink stone from Songadh and stands in front of Nehru Bhavan. The landmark was built to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the reign of Sayajirao Gaekwad III in 1935. Perched on top of the landmark is a lion facing east. However, many citizens know the reasons behind the construction of Kirti Stambh, not many are aware of the philosophy behind the structure.

Departure for Bhavnagar visiting the archaelogical site of Lothal

Lothal – was one of the southernmost cities of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, located in the Bhāl region of the modern state of Gujarāt and first inhabited c. 3700 BC Discovered in 1954, Lothal was excavated from 13 February 1955 to 19 May 1960 by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the official agency of the Indian government for the conservation of ancient monuments. According to the ASI, Lothal had the first known pier in the world, which connected the city to an ancient course of the Sabarmati river on the trade route between the cities of Harappan to Sindh and the Saurashtra peninsula when the Kutch desert of today was part of the Arabian Sea. However, this interpretation was challenged by other archaeologists, who claim that Lothal was a relatively small city and that the “basin” was actually an irrigation reservoir. The controversy was finally resolved when scientists from the National Institute of Oceonography, Goa discovered foraminifera (marine microfossils) and salt, gypsum crystals in the rectangular structure clearly indicating that seawater once filled the structure.

Arrival in Bhavnagar and transfer to the hotel

DAY 6, Thursday 06 Feb 2020

Bhavnagar – Palitana (54 KM, 1:20 Hrs.)

After breakfast

Departure for Palitana, the gateway to Shatrunjaya Hill and one of the most holy Jain pilgrimage sites. There are about 863 temples on the top of the hill that were built over 900 years and are elegantly carved in marble. After reaching the top, you will visit the Jain temple, which is dedicated to Shri Adishwara; the first Jain Tirhankara (apostle). This temple is one of the most magnificent and sacred temples in Shtrunjaya hill. Also, we will visit the Chaumukha or the four-sided temple. This temple has an image of Adinath facing the front cardinal direction.

Overnight at the hotel in Palitana

DAY 7, Friday 07 Feb 2020

Palitana-Diu (169 KM, 4 Hrs. )

After breakfast at 8:00 AM.

Departure to Diu, Arrival in Diu and transfer to the hotel

Free day to explore Diu and its famous beaches like Nagoa beach.

Diu is a coastal city at the eastern end of the island of Diu, India. A bridge connects the island to the state of Gujarat. Overlooking the Arabian Sea, the Diu Fort, a 16th-century Portuguese citadel, features a lighthouse and cannons

Overnight at the hotel in Diu.

DAY 8, Saturday 08 Feb 2020

Diu-Somnath-Sasan-Gir (150 Km 3:15 Hrs.)

After breakfast at the hotel.

Departure to Somnath – The Somnath temple located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the west coast of Gujarat is believed to be the first of the twelve jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It is an important place of pilgrimage and tourism in Gujarat. Destroyed and rebuilt several times in the past, the present temple was rebuilt in the Chaulukya style of Hindu temple architecture and completed in May 1951.

Departure to Sasangir. Upon arrival at SasanGir, transfer to the camp. Have fun on a safari in the Gir National Park

Gir Forest National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat, western India. It was established to protect Asian lions, who attend the fenced-in Devalia Safari Park, along with leopards and antelopes. Gir Jungle Trail, outside the fenced area, runs through the deciduous forest and is home to wild animals including vultures and pythons. The Kamleshwar Dam has crocodiles and marsh birds, such as Indian skimmers and pelicans.

Overnight at hotel in Sasan

DAY 9, Sunday 09 Feb 2020

Sasan – Junagarh – Gondal – Rajkot (3:45 Hrs.)

After breakfast, the day begins

Departure for Junagarh,

Arrival and visit

The Uparkot fort built in 319 BC from the Mauryan Chandragupta empire, Uparkot is an ancient fort in the heart of Junagadh. Over 2300 years, with walls up to 20 m high in places, Uparkot is what has allowed Junagadh to withstand a 12-year siege at one point. In the fort, you can see relics and ruins of a different phase of history, including the Hindu, Muslim and Islamic influence that passes through. Among the princely states, Junagadh was the most powerful kingdom in the Saurashtra region and had survived the harsh campaigns of Muhammad Tuglaq and Ahmad Shah.

Mausoleum of Mahabat. Mahabat Maqbara Palace, also Mausoleum of Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai, is a mausoleum of Junagadh, in India, which once housed the Nawabs Muslim rulers of Junagadh. It was built by Nawab Mahabat Khan II of Junagadh (1851-1882).

Departure for Gondal, arrival and visit,

The Navlakha palace The oldest and most beautiful palace in Gondal is the Navlakha palace. Built in the 17th century, this palace is an architectural marvel with stone sculptures and splendid balconies. The place also has a wonderful collection of antiques, gifts and memorabilia from the princely times. The most unique exhibit element is the scales on which it has been measured with respect to gold and silver on its anniversaries.

Real Garage For car lovers, the Royal Garage is a must see with its vast collection of classic and classic cars including a 1930s Daimler, a 1935 Mercedes, a 1935 Packard two-door convertible, the Cadillac of 1941 and 1947, the Cadillac Limousine of 1955, sports cars of the 50s and 60s such as the Mercedes 300 SL, the Jaguar XK 150 and the Chevrolet Camaro, numerous impressive American cars of the 40s and 50s, a fleet of four-wheel drive vehicles from World War II and the post-war period and some contemporary sports cars.

Departure for Rajkot, Arrival and transfer to the hotel.

Overnight at the hotel in Rajkot

DAY 10, Monday 10 Feb 2020

Rajkot – Bhuj (250 KM 5 Hrs.)

After breakfast Departure for Bhuj

Arrival in Bhuj and visit

Aina Mahal -The Aina Mahal palace, or “Hall of Mirrors”, was built during the flamboyant government of Lakhpatji in the mid-18th century. The master craftsman Ramsinh Malam, who trained as a craftsman for 17 years in Europe, did not feel appreciated by the smaller rulers of the area, so he went to the royal court in Bhuj and appealed to the king for work, who commissioned this palace. Malam designed it in a mixed Indo-European style and began to create materials for the palace locally.

Prag Mahal is one of the architectural wonders of India. Built in the 19th century, it is located near the famous Aina Mahal and is located in the heart of the city, making it easily accessible. The grand palace has Gothic style windows and Corinthian pillars around it. The foundation of this historical monument can be traced back to the time after the British visited India and spread their influence throughout the Bhuj. Imposing and beautiful in itself, the shining palace is made mainly of red sandstone. There are intricate incisions made on the walls with beautiful works of art, and the most surprising thing is the jaali work on jharokhas, those are of exquisite appearance.

The Kutch Museum was initially established as part of the School of Arts founded by Khengarji III, the Maharao of the Cutch State. It was founded on 1 July 1877. The museum was formerly known as the Fergusson Museum.

At the time of the marriage of Maharao Khengarji III, on February 19, 1884, many new objects were received and a new building was needed for the exhibition. As such, on November 14, 1884, the foundation stone for the current museum building was laid by the governor of Bombay, Sir James Fergusson, and was given the name of Fergusson Museum by Maharao of Cutch.

Ramkund Stepwell is a square-shaped well with a distance of 56 feet on the side that carries the sculptures of characters such as Lord Rama, Devi Sita, Lakshman and Lord Hanuman of our great old Ramayana epic. He also has 10 incarnations of our Lord Vishnu scattered through the walls.

Sharad Baug was the residence of the royals until Madansingh, the last king of Kutch who died in 1991. After being transformed into a museum now, it does not only house splendid artifacts, but the grounds of the sumptuous building have an attractive collection of flowering and medicinal plants due to which some migratory winged visitors stop on the spot every year. The building is open to the public six days a week, except for Friday

Royal Cenotaphs The umbrella-shaped domed structures are popularly known as Chhatris in India, built in memory of the royals. These are commonly found in Rajasthan and some parts of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat that are linked to the lineage of the Rajputs. The Chhatris in Bhuj were built in the 18th century by the ruler of Jadeja Rao Lakhpatji. The one with a blue dome is dedicated to him, with bejeweled works strongly influenced by Turkish architecture. The structures were severely damaged by the Bhuj earthquake in 2001 and are currently being renovated, albeit at a slow pace. Walking between building material, boulders and stones we found stones that depicted royalty and images of gods and goddesses. Some of them have been exquisitely carved and you begin to wonder if they are honored as they should be.

Overnight at the hotel in Bhuj

DAY 11, Tuesday 11 Feb 2020

Bhuj – Banni Villages – Dhordo, Greater Rann of Kutch Rann Utsav Festival

After breakfast the day starts at 8:30 AM

Village of Banni The last village on the border is a desert of infinite dimensions, and at its center, picturesque villages suspended in time. Here you will meet the master craftsmen who exhibit their traditional art, transforming our masterpieces every day. Their ornaments, clothes, tools, everything they use – will make you feel like you have entered the lifestyle museum and left you spellbound.

Village of Dhordo The last village on the edge of an infinite deserted dimension, and in the center, picturesque villages suspended in time. Here uncontrolled and masterful artisans who sponge the traditional art parrot, transforming and our masterpieces every day. The parrot ornaments, clothes, utensils, everything that is laid out – will make you feel like you have entered the lifestyle museum leaving you spellbound.

Departure for Rann of Kutch

Rann Utsav is a fantastic festival in Kutch, Gujarat, India. It is a carnival of music, dance, beauty of White Rann’s nature and much more than when you visit under the full moon. Kutch Rann Utsav is the shimmering landscape that offers the enchanting moments of this Fest, which during the Festival feels like Paradise on Earth. In fact, it’s a family vacation destination to explore fun moments and store them in cameras for life. Announced the official dates of Rann utsav, from October 28, 2019 to February 23, 2020. Here are a lot of things to do during the festival, including participation in the Golf Cart, ATV Ride, Camel Cart Excursion, Paramotoring, Meditaiton , Yoga and Enjoying Gujarati culture

Overnight in camp at Rann of Kutch

DAY 12, Wednesday 12 Feb 2020

Dhordo – Ajrakhpur – Bhujodi – Little Rann of Kutch (300 KM / 7 hrs Approx)

After breakfast we visit

Ajrakhpur village Ajrakhpur is known worldwide for the art of Ajrakh, block printing uses colors derived from nature, such as indigo, henna, curcuma, pomegranate, iron and mud. In some cases, the tissues are washed up to 20 times.

Bhujodi village – A small town just 8 km southeast of Bhuj, Bhujodi is an important textile center of Kutch, with the vast majority of the 1200 inhabitants involved in textile handicraft production. Here you can meet weavers, tie-dye artists and block printers, many of whom belong to the Vankar community.

Departure to Little Rann of Kutch, Arrival and transfer to the hotel

DAY 13, Thursday 13 Feb 2020

Little Rann of Kutch – Modhera – Patan

After breakfast, the little Rann’s Safari is held

The little Rann also hosts various unique mammals in addition to the wild ass like the Indian wolf, the desert fox and the nilgai. Although it is a desolate landscape, it is rich in biodiversity. It is an ecologically important area for wildlife. Many local and migratory water birds such as cranes, ducks, pelicans, flamingos and land birds such as sandgrouse, francolini and Indian sea lions.

Know the customs, culture and traditions of the community. Desert Safari in Forest escorted by experts. Get the chance to explore Wild Ass (the only habitat in Asia), the desert fox, interesting birds, etc. It is just as exciting to see the sun set over Rann. Night walk, star gazing and bonfire. Join with friends and family. Eco-friendly Forest Safari escorted by the locals. This will be a walking safari assisted by the locals. They will share their knowledge about the forest. Visit to the salt pans. Meet the salt workers – Agariyas. Interact with them and find out why they are part of this profession. Listen to the challenges they face, their daily chores, etc. Participate in the braking activity of sweat salt plowing. Volunteer at the Village School to educate the children of Agariyas. Learn local embroideries made in a creative way by hand-sewing glasses and bees on the cloth by a local woman.

We leave for Patan. Along the way, we will stop at Modher, famous mainly for the ancient temple of the sun,

Modhera is an ancient village in the state of Gujarat, famous for housing the remains of the Sun Temple built by the Chalukya dynasty and a true historical treasure. The village is surrounded by a mystical aura that the Temple of the Sun brings with it, it is also a center for spirituality and culture. Modhera gives you a glimpse of the glory days of the royal lineage of the Chalukyas and is one of the best testaments of the architectural excellences of the past. If history attracts, this place is perfect for you, with the village deep in relics, structures and historical legends.

Overnight in Patan at the hotel

DAY 14, Friday 14 Feb 2020

Patan – Siddhpur-Ahmedabad (146 KM 3 Hrs.)

After breakfast, visit

Rani Ka Vav or the Queen’s stairwell is a distinctive form of water storage system located in the small town of Gujarat called Patan, on the banks of the Saraswati river. Considered the largest pass in the state of Gujarat, Rani ka Vav was built between 1063 and 1068 AD in the Chalukya dynasty as a memorial to Bhimdev Solanki from his widow Queen Udaymati. Recently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on June 22, 2014, this passage well embodies the peak of the Maru-Gujarat architectural style.

In the old days, the well water had medicinal properties that helped ward off diseases like viral diseases and fever. The well was dug in the 1960s in a well-protected state because it was buried under the crack for sanctuaries. Besides being a water storage system, it is also known for its intricate sculptures carved on pilasters that amount to about eight hundred mainly based on the theme of Lord Vishnu. Furthermore, Rani Ka Vav was an important center for socializing among locals and taking refuge from the heat. It is an excellent example of how to transform something functional into a work of art.

The Visit of Siddhpur The city is a revered destination, lined with temples, kunds, ashrams and other sacred structures. Around the tenth century, under the rulers of Solanki, this city was at the height of glory and glory. Named after the great ruler of Gujarat, Siddhraj Jaisinh of the Solanki dynasty.

Raja Siddhraj built a magnificent temple dedicated to Shiva called “Rudra Mahalaya” in the 12th century AD The temple was an architectural marvel with a three-story “shikhara”, 1600 columns, 12 entrance doors, central “mandapa” and porticoes to the east, north and south and sanctuary to the west. Around the temple there were 11 shrines of Rudra. The eastern gate was adorned with beautifully carved “Toran”, with a flight of stairs leading to the Saraswati river. The temple ornament was exuberant, as evidenced by the elaborate and detailed pillar sculptures and the beautiful Toran, which are the only remains of the temple today.

Departure to Ahmedabad,

Arrival and transfer to the hotel in Ahmedabad

DAY 15, Saturday 15 Feb 2020

Ahmedabad-Your next Destination

Transfer to Ahmedabad airport according to flight schedule

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  • 14 nights accommodation in comfortable hotels with the breakfast
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  • Meeting and assistance on arrival / departure from our representative at the airport
  • Tickets of the monuments according to the program
  • Transfers, tourist visits, excursions as a program for air conditioning with medium Car
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  • A bottle of water every day per person
  • lions safari in Gir national park Little Rann’s safari of Kutch
  • The visit of the villages of Banni Visit of Rann’s party
  • The entrance of the monuments and all the activities according to the program
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The terms and conditions of booking with Ciao India Tours are listed below ..

Booking .. All reservations must be received in writing via email or fax. Reservations are finalized upon receipt of payment (Sent by the Ciao India Tours team) and upon receipt of the information form. All other details are mentioned below.

Passport and visa All foreign citizens entering India are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of a national passport with a valid visa obtained from an Indian mission or a post abroad. For more information, please visit the link. All passports must be validated at least 6 months after the departure date in India. The fines, penalties, payments or expenses incurred as a result of the non-regularization of these documents will be the responsibility of the customer. The Ciao India Tours team or Ciao India Tours They have no responsibility for completing the aforementioned documents.

Insurance: Ciao India Tours recommends that you take personal travel insurance. The Ciao India Tours team does not provide travel insurance.

Payment: an invoice will be raised after receiving confirmation of the services from the traveler with a transfer request transfers the full payment to our bank account in India. For contracted services, a minimum deposit of 25% of the total cost must be paid M / s Ciao India Tours. The deposit is required to keep the reservation on a confirmed basis.

Balance Payment: The balance is due 30 days before the start date of the services. Any booking made within 30 working days from the date of the services will be considered a late booking and for the same the full and final payment must be made at the time of booking.

Note: In addition to the above, in the case of reservations for luxury train journeys, hotel or resort reservations during the peak season (X-Mas, New Year, Pushkar Fair, Diwali etc.), full payment must be made at time of booking.

Full payment of Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka is requested in advance.

Full payment for national or international flight tickets is required in advance.

Payment Methods International customers can make the payment using one of the following methods: – With the online payment system Gateway or by bank transfer to our bank account

Note All payments must be free and without any withholding tax and deduction. Bank charges, if applicable, for remittance (by bank transfer or intermediary bank) would be strictly charged to the payer.

Cancellation policy / NO SHOW / EARLY Departure (early departure) In case of cancellation of tour / travel services due to any avoidable / inevitable reason, we must be informed in writing. Cancellation fees would be effective from the date we receive a message in writing and cancellation fees would be as follows.

Cancellation: Cancellations more than 30 days before the departure date: 50% of the deposit will be refunded after deduction: bank charges (€ 20), booking fee (€ 45), flight cancellation (€ 20 per person and 100% of the cost Be deducted) and the current cost of train tickets. Cancellations less than 30 days before departure: 50% cancellation fee. CIAO INDIA TOURS keeps 50% of the deposit paid upon confirmation of booking.

Cancellations less than 21 days before departure: 100% cancellation fee. Ciao India Tours keeps 100% of the cost of the trip.

Note: Regardless of the aforementioned cancellation plates – in case of cancellation of tour / travel services after the booking made with us – a minimum service charge of 10% will be applied. In case of cancellation of the trip after the start, the refund would be limited to a limited amount which also depends on the amount we could recover from the hoteliers, airlines and suppliers we will protect. For unused hotel facilities, transportation of rentals and missed meals, etc. We are not responsible for the refund. In the case of a special train journey (such as Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on wheels, Deccan Odyssey, Golden Chariot, Indian Maharaja and Maharajas Express), a separate cancellation policy ( recommended as and when required). . If the booking for the following period is canceled, due to any reason, no refund will be made for such cancellation. High season bookings (from December 20th to January 15th) Festival Period Bookings (Festivals such as -Diwali, Dussehra, Holi, Pushkar and so on). Weekend bookings.

Refund: With regard to the reimbursement of unused / unused services (which are paid and canceled in advance), the amount of 12/14 Estimate of Maria Pia 2018-12-29 refund will be processed on the basis of the cancellation policy as above described and the money will then be refunded to the person / agency who made the payment to us. Please note that the refund process may take 2 – 4 weeks due to banking procedures. If the refund is made to the credit card account or the bank account, bank charges would be debited from the refund amount.

Arrival and departure policy: Check-in time: 1200 – 1500 hours. Early arrival is subject to availability. For guaranteed early check-in, the reservation must be made from the previous night

Check-out time: 1000 – 1200 hours. Late check-outs are available upon request and subject to availability / Payment.

Extra vehicle use: Please note that the cost of extra vehicle use (cars / cars with the driver) is not included in the services and therefore the extra use of the vehicle after the transfer or after the show is not allowed until mentioned in the detailed itinerary / services.

The travel time indicated between the cities is indicative and subject to traffic conditions. Our responsibilities and limitations: After the conclusion of the cost of the tour / service, if there are excursions to the entrance of monuments / museums, taxes, fuel costs or driving costs by the Government of India, which are outside the our control, the same would be charged as an extra.

The rates of Ciao India Tours are based on prevailing rates negotiated with suppliers. Hotels and airlines retain the right to change fares without notice. In the event of such a change – the rates quoted by us before the change can be modified by us based on changes made by hotels or airlines.

Ciao India Tours and its employees only act as agents for hotels, airlines, carriers, railways and contractors that provide other services. All vouchers, receipts, contracts and tickets issued by us are issued on terms and conditions under which these services are provided by them. Tickets, vouchers or transfer contracts in use by a career / hotel or other contractors that perform representation services are the only contract between the Customer and that contractor.

The itineraries of Ciao India Tours are sample routes, with the aim of giving a general idea of ​​the probable travel program. Numerous factors such as weather, road conditions, the physical capacity of the participants, etc. They can dictate the route changes before or after the tour. Ciao India Tours reserves the right to modify any aspect of the itinerary, including transport and accommodation without notice in the interests of travel, participant safety, comfort and general well-being without refund, indemnity or refund. The additional cost, possibly due to these unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control, must be paid by the customer.

Ciao India Tours is not responsible for any delays or changes to the program or the expenses incurred or losses, injuries and special or consequential damages, directly or indirectly, due to natural hazards, flight cancellations, accidents, breakdown of machinery or equipment, breakdown of transport, time, diseases, landslides, political closures, acts of God, dangers that occur at the sea, floods, fire, acts of government or any other authority, wars, civil disturbances, revolts, thefts, thefts, epidemics, quarantine, medical or personalized health departments, defaults or any other cause beyond our control or unforeseen incidents or any other cause, including any liability or additional costs Customer backed. Furthermore, the Customers will be responsible for the liability or additional expenses incurred by him due to the lost causes.

Ciao India Tours reserves the right to cancel any service in the event that it believes that the tour, travel or passage is feasible for any reason or if the circumstances justify it, to the reimbursement of its value and the Customer will have no other or other request against For any reason.

Ciao India Tours reserves the right to refuse the execution of its contract with any person who may deem it undesirable in its absolute discretion and is not required to demonstrate any reason to do so.

All disputes arising from the contract between two parties are referred to an arbitrator who will be appointed by Ciao India Tours

All these disputes are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Indian courts. The laws of India govern the validity, interpretation, construction, execution and application of these terms and conditions. Important information

The government has introduced “no smoking” legislation for hotels, restaurants and all public places. The hotel has smoking rooms dedicated to smoking. If you would like a smoking bedroom, please send us your request and we will try to book the same thing for you subject to availability.

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Delhi-Jaipur-Agra-Delhi

DAY 1, Wednesday 01 Apr 2020

Arrival in Delhi

Arrival at New Delhi international airport. Following the habits, the immigration formalities and the baggage collection, ours will surely come out of the arrival terminal building after which it will be transferred to your hotel.

Capital of India and an important entrance to the country, contemporary Delhi is a vibrant metropolis, which successfully combines in its folds – the ancient with the modern. Among the fast-spiraling skyscrapers the remains of a time gone by in the form of silent historical reminders of the ancient influence of the region. First impressions for each visitor are a species, city of the garden, lined with numerous beautiful parks.

Upon arrival at the hotel, proceed to check-in at the hotel. Standard Check in Time at the hotel 1400 hours / Check out 1200 hours. In time proceed to the tour of old delhi and new delhi, the Red Fort (external photo stop), Jama Mosque, Chandni Chowk and Raj Ghat ..

Brief information on the monuments

In the 17th century, the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, made his capital at Shahjahanabad, the area that covers present-day Delhi, also called the walled city.

Jama Masjid is the largest and best known mosque in India. It is flanked by a red fort on one side and the old town Chandni Chowk on the other side. Built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, Jama Masjid is one of the busiest in Delhi for pilgrims and tourists.

Red Fort (Photo stop) was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the seventeenth century, which took about 9 years to complete this magnificent structure and about 10 million rupees to build the fort.

Candani Chowk The Delhi bazaar novel can best be experienced at Chandni Chowk and around the streets. According to legend, the Chandni Chowk market was established during the reign of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.

Raj Ghat, resting place of Mahatma Gandhi. Raj Ghat remembers the man who is known as the Father of the Nation for his tireless and pacifist work to recover the independence of India.

Overnight at hotel in Delhi

DAY 2, Thursday 02 Apr 2020

Delhi

After breakfast the day starts at 8:30

Visit Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Lotus temple, Bangla Sahib

Humayun’s era is the second Mughal Emperor of India who died in 1556 and his widow Hamida Banu Begam, who also called Haji Begam, began the construction of his tomb in 1569, fourteen years after his death. Humayun’s tomb is the first example of a true mogul style, inspired by Persian architecture.

Qutab Minar is among the highest and most famous monuments in the world. This beautiful minaret is 234 feet high and is considered to be the tallest tower in the world. The Qutab Minar is one of many masterpieces depicting the sheer brilliance of Mughal architects.

Parliament house and President’s House (Photo stop)The Parliament of India is the supreme legislative body of the Republic of India. It is a bicameral legislature of the President of India and the two houses: the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence of the President of India located at the Western end of Rajpath in New Delhi, India.

The Lotus Temple, The Lotus Temple, located in Delhi, India, is a Bahá’í House of Worship that was dedicated in December 1986. Notable for its flowerlike shape, it has become a prominent attraction in the city. Like all Bahá’í Houses of Worship, the Lotus Temple is open to all, regardless of religion or any other qualification.

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent Sikh gurdwara, or Sikh house of worship, in Delhi, India and known for its association with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan Sarovar

Overnight at hotel in Delhi

DAY 3, Friday 03 Apr 2020

Da Delhi a Jaipur (281 KM, 5 Hours)

After breakfast at the hotel, the day begins

Departure for Jaipur

Arrival in Jaipur and transfer to the hotel. More You visit Birla Mandir. and local market

Birla Temple, Jaipur At the foot of the fort Moti Dungri is the Birla Temple. This temple constitutes one of the most beautiful attractions of Jaipur. The Birla Temple of Jaipur is gorgeous, when it is illuminated during the night. The construction of the temple began in 1977 and continued until 1985. On 22 February 1985, the temple deity was invoked and opened to the public to be visited. the temple was built by Birla Group of Industries, one of India’s business magnates. The Temple is dedicated to Sri Visnu (Narayan), the conservator and his consort Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. For this reason, the Birla Temple is also known as Laxmi Narayan Temple. Birla Mandir is built in the best quality of white marble. The three huge temple domes represent three different approaches to religion. The beautiful temple in white marble enchants the onlookers, when it shines at night. The stained glass windows depict scenes of Hindu scriptures. Ganesh, the protector of families, is above the architrave, and the refined quality of the marble is evident when entering the temple and looking back at the entrance way. The images of Lakshmi and Narayan attract attention, being drawn from a single piece of marble. Many of the deities of the Hindu pantheon are depicted inside the temple, and on the outer walls great historical figures and figures of all religions are shown, including Socrates, Zarathustra, Christ, Buddha and Confucius. The Laxmi Narayan Mandir is a modern architectural marvel, surrounded by lush gardens. The fascinating exteriors of the temple are beautifully sculpted with beautiful sculptures based on mythological themes, while the interiors have a large marble panel depicting mythological events.

Local Market, Free Time to tour the local market famous for local attired, perfumes, jewellery ecc.

Overnight in a hotel in Jaipur

Hotel

Dee Marks

DAY 4, Saturday 04 Apr 2020

A Jaipur

Dopo a Prima colazione la giornata comincia alle 8:00

Si visita  il forte Amber,Jaipur City Palace, Jantar Mantar,Hawa Mahal

Amer Fort è una fortezza situata ad Amer, nel Rajasthan, in India. Amer è una città con un’area di 4 chilometri quadrati (1,5 miglia quadrate) situata a 11 chilometri (6,8 miglia) da Jaipur, la capitale del Rajasthan. Situato in cima a una collina, è la principale attrazione turistica nella zona di Jaipur. La città di Amer fu originariamente costruita da Meenas, e in seguito fu governata da Raja Man Singh I (21 dicembre 1550 – 6 luglio 1614).

Amer Fort is a fort located in Amer, Rajasthan, India. Amer is a town with an area of 4 square kilometres located 11 kilometres from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Located high on a hill, it is the principal tourist attraction in Jaipur.

City Palace, The City Palace, Jaipur was established at the same time as the city of Jaipur, by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, who moved his court to Jaipur from Amber, in 1727. The most prominent and most visited structures in the complex are the Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple, and the City Palace Museum.

Jantar Mantar Jantar Mantar is located in the modern city of New Delhi. It consists of 13 architectural astronomy instruments. The site is one of five built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, from 1723 onwards, revising the calendar and astronomical tables

Hawa Mahal (Photo Stop) is a palace in Jaipur, India. Made with the red and pink sandstone, the palace sits on the edge of the City Palace, Jaipur, and extends to the Zenana, or women’s chambers. The structure was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, the grandson of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, who was the founder of Jaipur.

Overnight in a hotel in Jaipur 

DAY 5, Sunday 05 Apr 2020

From Jaipur to Agra (240 KM 4 Hours 30 Mins)

After breakfast the day starts at 8:30

Departure for Agra

You visit abhaneri step well Abhaneri step well, Fatahpursikri

The era of Abhaneri originally called Abha Nagri, which means “city of brightness”, is a cause of erroneous declaration, the name has been changed. The city is now in ruins but attracts tourists from all over the world.

Abhaneri is prominent for the ‘Baoris’, wells that were invented by the natives to collect rainwater. These tanks are used as cold storage areas and as water reservoirs during the year. Chand Baori is the most popular of the wells in the region, and is one of the deepest and largest of India. There are three ways to reach the water. This colossal and delicately carved well is located in front of the temple of Harshat Mata. It was a ritual to wash your hands and feet at the well before visiting the adjacent temple.

Fatahpursikri Built by the Mughal emperor Akbar in the mid-16th century, Fatehpur Sikri was to be a new capital for his empire. Built in almost uniform style, Sikri is a complex sprawling of palaces, mosques, temples and other structures. It is a splendid fusion of the present Persians and Indian construction.

Overnight at the hotel in Agra

DAY 6, Monday 06 Apr 2020

Agra

After breakfast at the hotel, the day begins

Taj Mahal It is one of the seven wonders of the world and a place to be seen in India. He is the living example of the romantic life of Shah Jahan and his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal. The construction of this beautiful monument was completed in 1653 AD. The Mughal king Sha Jahan built this as a final resting place for Queen Mumtaz.

After the visit of Taj Mahal, we proceed to visit the Agra Fort.

Agra Fort Immersed in the strong banks of the Yamuna river, this crescent-shaped fort was commissioned by Akbar, one of the greatest emperors of the Mughals, in 1565. Surrounded by mighty bastions, the complex has numerous palaces, gardens and sales inside the fort. and other historic sites.

Overnight at the hotel in Agra

DAY 7, Tuesday 07 Apr 2020

From Agra to Delhi ( 238 KM 4 Hours)

After breakfast the day starts at 9:00 AM

Departure for Delhi

Arrival in Delhi and transfer to the hotel

Rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight at hotel in Delhi

DAY 8, Wednesday 08 Apr 2020

Delhi-Italia

Transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule

Ciao India Tours wishes you a very pleasant journey.

Price Details

Based on 02 people with a double room with breakfast : 0.00 EUR

Inclusions:

  • 8 nights accommodation in a comfortable hotel, with the first breakfast including all existing taxes.
  • Meeting and assistance on arrival / departure from our representative at the airport.
  • Rikshow tour in Delhi
  • All transfer from airport to hotel and vice versa.
  • Transfers, tourist visits, excursions as a program for air conditioning with medium Car
  • Service fee all applicable government taxes
  • Wifi in the car during the whole journey
  • Applicable Government Taxes

Exclusions:

  • Any dinner or lunch, Health Insurance, Any Guide, Visa, Personal expenses

Other Information

The Taj Mahal is closed on Friday for weekly maintenance

Check in time is 1400hrs and check-out time is 1200 hours

Please understand that in the program related to monuments some are free so in case of not visiting we cannot repay money. Hotel names mentioned in our offer only indicate that our rates are based on the use of these hotels. It does not mean the accommodation is confirmed by the hotels until it is confirmed by the hotels.

Tariff – Not valid from December 20th to January 10th

International Flights

International flights are not included in the total price. Local operators can also book international flights: please note that you need them when filling out your quote request. Some local operators do not offer this service but will provide you with all the information and advice on the best flight. We remain at your disposal to help you in your search for international flights and any doubts.

Terms And Conditions

The terms and conditions of booking with Ciao India Tours are listed below ..

Booking .. All reservations must be received in writing via email or fax. Reservations are finalized upon receipt of payment (Sent by the Ciao India Tours team) and upon receipt of the information form. All other details are mentioned below.

Passport and visa All foreign citizens entering India are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of a national passport with a valid visa obtained from an Indian mission or a post abroad. For more information, please visit the link. All passports must be validated at least 6 months after the departure date in India. The fines, penalties, payments or expenses incurred as a result of the non-regularization of these documents will be the responsibility of the customer. The Ciao India Tours team or Ciao India Tours They have no responsibility for completing the aforementioned documents.

Insurance: Ciao India Tours recommends that you take personal travel insurance. The Ciao India Tours team does not provide travel insurance.

Payment: an invoice will be raised after receiving confirmation of the services from the traveler with a transfer request transfers the full payment to our bank account in India. For contracted services, a minimum deposit of 25% of the total cost must be paid M / s Ciao India Tours. The deposit is required to keep the reservation on a confirmed basis.

Balance Payment: The balance is due 30 days before the start date of the services. Any booking made within 30 working days from the date of the services will be considered a late booking and for the same the full and final payment must be made at the time of booking.

Note: In addition to the above, in the case of reservations for luxury train journeys, hotel or resort reservations during the peak season (X-Mas, New Year, Pushkar Fair, Diwali etc.), full payment must be made at time of booking.

Full payment of Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka is requested in advance.

Full payment for national or international flight tickets is required in advance.

Payment Methods International customers can make the payment using one of the following methods: – With the online payment system Gateway or by bank transfer to our bank account

Note All payments must be free and without any withholding tax and deduction. Bank charges, if applicable, for remittance (by bank transfer or intermediary bank) would be strictly charged to the payer.

Cancellation policy / NO SHOW / EARLY Departure (early departure) In case of cancellation of tour / travel services due to any avoidable / inevitable reason, we must be informed in writing. Cancellation fees would be effective from the date we receive a message in writing and cancellation fees would be as follows.

Cancellation: Cancellations more than 30 days before the departure date: 50% of the deposit will be refunded after deduction: bank charges (€ 20), booking fee (€ 45), flight cancellation (€ 20 per person and 100% of the cost Be deducted) and the current cost of train tickets. Cancellations less than 30 days before departure: 50% cancellation fee. CIAO INDIA TOURS keeps 50% of the deposit paid upon confirmation of booking.

Cancellations less than 21 days before departure: 100% cancellation fee. Ciao India Tours keeps 100% of the cost of the trip.

Note: Regardless of the aforementioned cancellation plates – in case of cancellation of tour / travel services after the booking made with us – a minimum service charge of 10% will be applied. In case of cancellation of the trip after the start, the refund would be limited to a limited amount which also depends on the amount we could recover from the hoteliers, airlines and suppliers we will protect. For unused hotel facilities, transportation of rentals and missed meals, etc. We are not responsible for the refund. In the case of a special train journey (such as Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan on wheels, Deccan Odyssey, Golden Chariot, Indian Maharaja and Maharajas Express), a separate cancellation policy ( recommended as and when required). . If the booking for the following period is canceled, due to any reason, no refund will be made for such cancellation. High season bookings (from December 20th to January 15th) Festival Period Bookings (Festivals such as -Diwali, Dussehra, Holi, Pushkar and so on). Weekend bookings.

Refund: With regard to the reimbursement of unused / unused services (which are paid and canceled in advance), the amount of 12/14 Estimate of Maria Pia 2018-12-29 refund will be processed on the basis of the cancellation policy as above described and the money will then be refunded to the person / agency who made the payment to us. Please note that the refund process may take 2 – 4 weeks due to banking procedures. If the refund is made to the credit card account or the bank account, bank charges would be debited from the refund amount.

Arrival and departure policy: Check-in time: 1200 – 1500 hours. Early arrival is subject to availability. For guaranteed early check-in, the reservation must be made from the previous night

Check-out time: 1000 – 1200 hours. Late check-outs are available upon request and subject to availability / Payment.

Extra vehicle use: Please note that the cost of extra vehicle use (cars / cars with the driver) is not included in the services and therefore the extra use of the vehicle after the transfer or after the show is not allowed until mentioned in the detailed itinerary / services.

The travel time indicated between the cities is indicative and subject to traffic conditions. Our responsibilities and limitations: After the conclusion of the cost of the tour / service, if there are excursions to the entrance of monuments / museums, taxes, fuel costs or driving costs by the Government of India, which are outside the our control, the same would be charged as an extra.

The rates of Ciao India Tours are based on prevailing rates negotiated with suppliers. Hotels and airlines retain the right to change fares without notice. In the event of such a change – the rates quoted by us before the change can be modified by us based on changes made by hotels or airlines.

Ciao India Tours and its employees only act as agents for hotels, airlines, carriers, railways and contractors that provide other services. All vouchers, receipts, contracts and tickets issued by us are issued on terms and conditions under which these services are provided by them. Tickets, vouchers or transfer contracts in use by a career / hotel or other contractors that perform representation services are the only contract between the Customer and that contractor.

The itineraries of Ciao India Tours are sample routes, with the aim of giving a general idea of ​​the probable travel program. Numerous factors such as weather, road conditions, the physical capacity of the participants, etc. They can dictate the route changes before or after the tour. Ciao India Tours reserves the right to modify any aspect of the itinerary, including transport and accommodation without notice in the interests of travel, participant safety, comfort and general well-being without refund, indemnity or refund. The additional cost, possibly due to these unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control, must be paid by the customer.

Ciao India Tours is not responsible for any delays or changes to the program or the expenses incurred or losses, injuries and special or consequential damages, directly or indirectly, due to natural hazards, flight cancellations, accidents, breakdown of machinery or equipment, breakdown of transport, time, diseases, landslides, political closures, acts of God, dangers that occur at the sea, floods, fire, acts of government or any other authority, wars, civil disturbances, revolts, thefts, thefts, epidemics, quarantine, medical or personalized health departments, defaults or any other cause beyond our control or unforeseen incidents or any other cause, including any liability or additional costs Customer backed. Furthermore, the Customers will be responsible for the liability or additional expenses incurred by him due to the lost causes.

Ciao India Tours reserves the right to cancel any service in the event that it believes that the tour, travel or passage is feasible for any reason or if the circumstances justify it, to the reimbursement of its value and the Customer will have no other or other request against For any reason.

Ciao India Tours reserves the right to refuse the execution of its contract with any person who may deem it undesirable in its absolute discretion and is not required to demonstrate any reason to do so.

All disputes arising from the contract between two parties are referred to an arbitrator who will be appointed by Ciao India Tours

All these disputes are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Indian courts. The laws of India govern the validity, interpretation, construction, execution and application of these terms and conditions. Important information

The government has introduced “no smoking” legislation for hotels, restaurants and all public places. The hotel has smoking rooms dedicated to smoking. If you would like a smoking bedroom, please send us your request and we will try to book the same thing for you subject to availability.

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