Pre-post

Pre Conference Program: Bangalore – Goa
Tour duration: 03 nights/ 04 days

Goa

Sun, Sand and Rhythm of the Soul…Welcome to Goa! Stretches of silver sand wet by a rush of blue waters, the sky mirroring the sea below, the strumming of guitars from distant taverns, riverside promenades, white churches resting against green paddy fields and coconut groves, international cuisine with local flavour, sumptuous seafood, exotic fruits and intoxicating local drinks, longer days of sun, sand and sea!

The land of hectic activity and soporific calm. The land of warm blazing days and cool soothing nights. The land of wild rave parties and long lazy afternoon siestas. A land also of endless stretches of soft sand, friendly people and excited busy bazaars. India's most visited holiday destination is waiting to make your visit truly magical.


DAY 01 : BANGALORE - GOA

Transfer to the airport to board flight for Goa

Arrive Goa where you will be met by a Cox & Kings representative who will assist you with your transfer to the hotel

Goa, this drop of golden sun on the West coast of India is bestowed upon by innumerable gifts: picturesque landscape, sun drenched beaches, historic monuments, pleasant climate, culinary expertise and above all hospitable people. You can create your own kind of holiday at the Idyllic seaside stretches - sun bathing in quiet secluded spot or choosing the exhilarating thrills of parasailing, speed boating, water skiing, wind surfing and deep-sea diving.

Goa, a heady blend of serenity and excitement down a 100 km coastline, studded with some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.

Rest of the day is at leisure

Overnight in Goa


DAY 02 : GOA

Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Proceed for an Orientation tour of Goa

Soak yourself in the tranquil atmosphere as you explore the St. Francis of Assisi Church, built in 1661, it contains gilded and carved woodwork, old murals, depicting scenes from the life of St. Francis. You will also visit Asia’s first exclusive Museum of Christian Art displaying sacred art objects of Christian traditions prepared by local Hindu artists (closed on Monday); the world heritage site of the Basilica of Bom Jesus with its Iberian exterior and its lavish interiors that enshrine the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier; the starkly beautiful Convent of Saint Monica, the construction of which began in 1594 while the church was competed in 1605; the Se Cathedral, the largest of the Churches of Old Goa, also known for its numerous altars, built during the reign of King Dom Sabastiao and the Viceroy's Arch built at the end of the 16th century to commemorate the centennial of Vasco da Gama's discovery of the sea route to India.

Return back to the hotel

Afternoon at leisure

Overnight in Goa


DAY 03 : GOA

Breakfast at the hotel

Transfer to the airport to board flight for onward connection / flight back home.


DAY 04 : GOA

Breakfast at the hotel

The day is at leisure to relax and enjoy in the hotel / beach.

Overnight in Goa

END OF TOUR

TOUR COST

OPTION 1 - LUXURY

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Goa Park Hyatt Goa Park Room 03
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $1350 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $680 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $515 Per Person
Economy Class airfare Bangalore – Goa To be advised

OPTION 2 - STANDARD

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Goa Pride Sun Village resort Superior 03
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $910 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $460 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $275 Per Person
Economy Class airfare Bangalore – Goa To be advised

The above are per person costs and in US Dollar

The tour cost includes the following specific services:

Hotel accommodation in the hotels mentioned or similar based on sharing a double room with attached bath for a total of 03 nights based on Room & Breakfast basis as per the itinerary. This includes presently applicable Government taxes, which are subject to change Check in and checkout time at all hotels is 14.00 hrs and 12.00 respectively unless otherwise specified Sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary with services of locally appointed English Speaking Guides. Applicable entrance fees to places of visit as per itinerary Intercity transportation and visits by air conditioned vehicle, as per the itinerary

The tour cost DOES NOT include:

Items of a personal nature such as cost of meals, table drinks, telephone calls, laundry, tips etc Domestic airfare for the sector Delhi – Goa in economy class Any international air fares, visa charges, airport taxes on departure. Presently applicable Government Service Tax of 5% on the total tour cost

Pre Conference Program: Bangalore - Delhi - Agra – Jaipur – Delhi
Tour duration: 05 nights/ 06 days

Delhi

India’s capital and a major gateway to the country, contemporary Delhi is a bustling metropolis, which successfully combines in its folds - the ancient with the modern. One of the most historic capitals in the world, Delhi is a treasure trove that reveals the ultimate combination of tradition and trends. A tour of Delhi will provide the visitor with much to see and admire from Mughal monuments to modern malls, from traditional arts and crafts to trendy fashion shows, from skyscrapers to parks and gardens.

Agra

The city of Agra, the quintessence of the grand Mughal era, reigns to this day in the public mind as the embodiment of royal grace, imposing architecture and power. Agra is globally renowned as the city of the Taj Mahal. But this royal Mughal city has, in addition to the legendary Taj, many monuments that epitomize the high point of Mughal architecture. No tour to India can be complete without paying a visit to this erstwhile capital of the Mughals and the city of the Taj Mahal, the world's most beloved monument.

Jaipur

The vibrant capital of Rajasthan renowned for its forts and palaces is popularly known as the ‘Pink City’ because of the pink-colored buildings in its old city. An ideal base for touring the royal state, the city has the distinction of being the third jewel of India's "Golden Triangle". Its main claim to fame is that it is India's first 'planned' city built by the famous 18th century astronomer King Sawai Jai Singh II.


DAY 01 : BANGALORE - DELHI

Breakfast at the hotel

On arrival in Delhi, upon completing the customs formalities and baggage collection, exit the arrival terminal building where you will be met by a Cox & Kings representative who will assist you with your transfer to the hotel. Experience Indian warmth and hospitality as you are greeted at the hotel with a Traditional Welcome with garlands, followed by the ‘Aarti’ ceremony where the forehead is anointed with the traditional red ‘tika’ which is considered auspicious.

Complete your check in formalities and precede for half day City Tour of New Delhi.

Overnight at Delhi.


DAY 02 : DELHI

Breakfast at the hotel.

After breakfast proceed for the New Delhi tour.

Tour includes visit to Qutab Minar, 72 metres high and one of the perfect towers of the Persian world, Humayun's Tomb aptly called the predecessor of the Taj Mahal; drive past India Gate, Parliament Circle and Connaught Place

Evening free at leisure or shopping.

Overnight stay at Delhi.


DAY 03 : DELHI - AGRA

This morning drive to the Agra, the city of the Magnificent Taj Mahal (205 Kms / 4.5 hours approx).

Visit to Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal, described by the Indian classical poet Tagore as a 'tear on the face of eternity', the Taj Mahal is undoubtedly the zenith of Moghul architecture marvellous buildings.

An expression of undying love by Emperor Shah Jahan to immortalise his dead empress, Mumtaz Mahal, the satin smooth marble mausoleum was built over a period of 22 years from 1632 to 1645 A.D., using a work force of 22,000 artisians. It was meticulously planned and perfectly executed with carefully designed garden and adjacent buildings to compliment the entire environment.

Also visit Agra Fort, designed and built by Akbar in 1565 A.D., the Agra Fort is a masterpiece of design and construction.

Within the 70 feet high fortified walls, it is accessable through an impressive gateway and its inner courtyard consists of beautiful hall, profuse carvings on stone, exquisitely carved heavy brackets, piers and cross beams. It houses the beautiful Pearl Mosque and numerous palaces including the Jahangiri Mahal, Diwan-i-khas, Diwan-i-am and Moti Masjid.

Overnight in Agra


DAY 04 : AGRA - JAIPUR

Breakfast at the hotel

Drive to the Pink City of Jaipur (250 Kms / 6 hours approx.)

Arrive Jaipur and Check into the hotel

Overnight in Jaipur


DAY 05 : JAIPUR - DELHI

Breakfast at hotel.

Following breakfast, proceed on a guided tour of Amer Fort. En route, enjoy a photo stop at the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) - a five-storied wonder with a spectacular pyramidal facade and overhanging windows with latticed screens, domes and spires. Continue on drive to the ancient capital of Amer to see the fabulous Amer Fort, situated on a ridge just outside Jaipur city. At the foot of the hill you will board jeeps to transfer you up to the main gate. Tour the chambers and hallways of the palace, famous for the excellence of its design and decoration.

In the afternoon, you will visit the city of Jaipur. Among the highlights to be seen while touring Jaipur include the City Palace, which is an overwhelming complex of exquisite palaces, gardens and courtyards, decorative art and carved doorways. The palace museum houses collections of rare manuscripts, armoury, costumes, carpets and miniature paintings. Walk to the adjacent Jantar Mantar or Astronomical Observatory made by the Maharaja of Jaipur, built in 1726 and is one of the five such astronomical wonders built by Sawai Jai Singh and makes accurate predictions even to this day. You will also have the opportunity to wander about the local markets.

Overnight in Jaipur


DAY 06 :JAIPUR - DELHI

Breakfast at hotel

Post breakfast drive to Delhi where you will be dropped at International Airport for onward connection.

END OF TOUR

TOUR COST

OPTION 1 - LUXURY

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Delhi The Lalit Deluxe 02
Agra Trident Deluxe 01
Jaipur Park Hyatt Goa Deluxe 02
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $1660 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $890 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $480

OPTION 2 - STANDARD

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Delhi Royal Plaza Deluxe 02
Agra Gateway Standard 01
Jaipur Ramada hotel Deluxe 02
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $1295 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $700 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $294

The above are per person costs and in US Dollar

The tour cost includes the following specific services:

Hotel accommodation in the hotels mentioned or similar based on sharing a double room with attached bath for a total of 05 nights based on Room & Breakfast basis as per the itinerary. This includes presently applicable Government taxes, which are subject to change Check in and checkout time at all hotels is 14.00 hrs and 12.00 respectively unless otherwise specified Sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary with services of locally appointed English Speaking Guides Applicable entrance fees to places of visit as per itinerary Intercity transportation and visits by air conditioned vehicle, as per the itinerary

The tour cost DOES NOT include:

Items of a personal nature such as cost of meals, table drinks, telephone calls, laundry, tips etc Any international air fares, visa charges, airport taxes on departure Presently applicable Government Service Tax of 5% on the total tour cost

Pre Conference Program: Bangalore - Cochin – Alleppey – Kumarakom – Cochin
Tour duration: 03 nights/ 04 days

Cochin

A commercial city of the state of Kerala, has one of the best natural harbours in the country. It is set amidst lagoons and backwaters with aromatic backdrop of swaying coconut palms. Kochi, a commercial capital city of the state where land and water share extraordinary kinship. This land which is believed to have sprung forth from the sea womb continues to bask in the tender life giving care of the waters that lap gently on its coast, cascade, down its hills and valleys and collect into exotic backwaters and lagoons.

Alleppey

is one of the exotic backwater destinations in Kerala. It is a pleasant easygoing market town built on canals and surrounded by coconut trees. Caressed by the Arabian Sea and interlocked by a number of canals and bridges, this stunningly gorgeous 'Venice of the East' has more than the boat races, houseboats, beaches, marine products and the coir industry; Alappuzha is also home to diverse animal and bird life and is dotted with temples, highly revered not only in the state but also throughout India. Also referred to as the rice bowl of Kerala, Alappuzha was separated from the former districts of Kottayam and Quilon. It is bounded by Kochi and Kanayannur taluks on its north; Vaikom, Kottayam, Changanassery Thiruvalla, Kozhencherry and Adoor taluks on its east; Kannathur and Karunagappally taluks on its south and the exotic Lakshadweep and the Arabian Sea on its west.

Kumarakom

Located 16 km away from Kottayam town is an enchanting backwater destination on the picturesque Vembanad Lake. The village of Kumarakom is a cluster of little islands that have been converted into a number of tourist resorts, and is part of the Kuttanad region. Kumarakom is an unbelievable beautiful paradise. The blue backwaters and the surface of Vembanad Lake reflect the azure sky. The amazing shades of green of the vegetation that include mangroves, coconut palms, and paddy fields cover the verdant countryside. Channels and waterways wind their way through this green paradise. Water lilies and lotuses bloom in the water and birds from the bird sanctuary on Vembanad Lake call as they fly across the clear tropical sky. Kumarakom is an idyllic holiday destination.


DAY 01 : BANGALORE - COCHIN

Transfer to the airport to board flight for Cochin.

Arrive Cochin where you will be met by a Cox & Kings representative who will assist you with your transfer to the hotel

Overnight in Cochin


DAY 02 : COCHIN - ALLEPPEY

Breakfast at hotel

After breakfast, visit Cochin City. You will first proceed to Mattancherry, where you will visit the oldest Jewish Synagogue in India [closed on Friday and Saturday], built in 1568; it was destroyed by the Portuguese and rebuilt by the Dutch a century later. In 1776 a wealthy Dutch Jewish trader, Ezekiel Rahabi added a clock tower and a exquisite Chinese Blue and white porcelain floor tiles, each hand painted in a different design. Its fascinating interior includes 19th Century Belgian Chandeliers, a ladies gallery and an elegant brass pulpit. The Dutch Palace [closed on Friday] at Mattancherry was built in 1555 and its coronation hall and murals at Ramayana are noteworthy features.

From Jewish Synagogue you will visit Chinese fishing nets. The cantilevered fishing nets line the entrance to the harbour mouth. Chinese traders are believed to have originally introduced them in the 14th century although, today parts of the nets are known by Portuguese names. From the Chinese fishing nets you will visit St. Francis Church [closed on Sunday during Mass], orig inally named after Santo Antonio and dedicated to him as the Patron Saint of Portugal, St. Francis Church is the first church to have been in the new European influenced tradition. Originally a wooden building was replaced by the present stone building. Vasco De Gamma died on the site in 1524 and was originally buried in the cemetery. 14 years later his body was removed to Portugal. The church was renamed St. Francis in 1663.

Afternoon drive to Alleppey (63 Kms /1.5 Hours)

Arrive Alleppy and check into Houseboat for an overnight cruise on the backwaters. Lunch will be served on board the house boat.

Backwaters - a unique web of lakes, lagoons, canals and rivers - are an integral part of Kerala’s tourism scenario. Inaccessible to tourists for a long time, this hidden treasure has now become a reality to the tourists, thanks to the `Kettuvallams’ - the Houseboats of Kerala. In Malyalam, the word `kettuvallam’ means a sewn or stitched canoe. Traditionally they were built of planks sewn together with coir cordage, threaded through with a `needle’ carved from a palm frond. The seams, caulked with coir plugs soaked in sardine or cashew oil made the boats waterproof. The traditional houseboat of Kerala is one of the most enduring images of the backwaters - its natural, cocoon-like profile complementing the surrounding countryside.

Dinner and overnight in houseboat


DAY 03 : ALLEPPEY - KUMARAKOM

Breakfast on board.

Disembark from boat and transfer to Kumarakom hotel.

Hidden away in Kerala’s famous backwaters, it is one of Southern India’s most discreet holiday destinations, an exclusive haven with a unique cultural heritage. It is a wonderful journey across Lake Vembanad, the largest stretch of fresh water in Kerala, and offers a coherent introduction to the backwaters offering a fascinating insight into the past.

On arrival check in at your hotel. You have an option to enjoy cruise at backwaters.

Overnight in Kumarakom


DAY 04 : KUMARAKOM – COCHIN

Breakfast at hotel

Check out from hotel and drive to Cochin airport (70 Kms / 1.5 hrs) to board flight for onward connection / back home


END OF TOUR

TOUR COST

OPTION 1 - LUXURY

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Cochin Brunton Boatyard Non Sea Facing 01
Alleppey House Boat AC Bedroom 01
Kumarakom Kumarakom Lake Resort Luxury Pavilion 01
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $1660 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $850 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $777
Economy Class Airfare Bangalore - Cochin To be advised

OPTION 2 - STANDARD

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Cochin Holiday Inn Superior 01
Alleppey House Boat AC Bedroom 01
Kumarakom Lake Songl Punnamada 01
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $1160 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $610 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $400
Economy Class Airfare Bangalore - Cochin To be advised

The above are per person costs and in US Dollar

The tour cost includes the following specific services:

Hotel accommodation in the hotels mentioned or similar based on sharing a double room with attached bath for a total of 03 nights based on Room & Breakfast in Cochin and Kumarakom & full board basis in houseboat as per the itinerary. This includes presently applicable Government taxes, which are subject to change Check in and checkout time at all hotels is 14.00 hrs and 12.00 respectively unless otherwise specified Sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary with services of locally appointed English Speaking Guides Applicable entrance fees to places of visit as per itinerary Intercity transportation and visits by air conditioned vehicle, as per the itinerary

The tour cost DOES NOT include:

Items of a personal nature such as cost of meals, table drinks, telephone calls, laundry, tips etc Domestic airfare for the sector Delhi - Cochin in economy class Any international air fares, visa charges, airport taxes on departure. Presently applicable Government Service Tax of 5% on the total tour cost

Pre Conference Program: Bangalore - Trivandrum (Kovalam)
Tour duration: 04 nights/ 05 days

Kovalam

A picture perfect tropical beach, a traditional Kerala fishing village providing fresh fish, fruit and toddy (coconut beer). Today Kovalam is reckoned the most trendy beach retreat in India. A combination of three small beaches, Kovalam, meaning "a groove of coconut trees," is just 16 km from the state capital of Kerala - Thiruvananthapuram. The sheltered natural bay, the azure blue waters and the sumptuous spread of green palm groves make it a tropical paradise of sorts.

Earlier Kovalam was an angler’s paradise, but gradually transformed into a tourist spot of great interest. From sun bathing to swimming, Ayurvedic rejuvenation to yoga and meditation, herbal body toning massages to special cultural programmes and catamaran cruising, holidays in Kovalam is a tourist delight.

Trivandrum

or Thiruvananthapuram retains its past glory of the capital of a princely state. The capital of Kerala in the south-western tip of India, Trivandrum (City of Sacred Serpent) is built over seven hills and retains some of the ambience characteristic of Old Kerala. Pagoda-shaped buildings with red-tiled roofs and narrow winding lanes. Thiruvananthapuram is a district surrounded by the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats and derives its name from the deity at the Sree Anantha Padmanabhaswami Temple, one of the major landmarks of the city.

Kanyakumari

also known as Cape Comorin, is the 'Land's End' of India. The three seas - the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea meet here and a dip in their confluence is considered holy. It has a great spiritual significance for the Hindus. It's dedicated to goddess Devi Kanya, a form of Parvati, the consort of Shiva. Kanya Kumari is essentially a Hindu pilgrim centre, renowned for its exotic sunrises and sunsets over the horizon. Chaitra Purnima (Tamil for the April Full Moon) is one of the best times to experience the sunset and moonrise over the ocean simultaneously.


DAY 01 : BANGALORE – TRIVANDRUM - KOVALAM

Transfer to the airport to board flight for Trivandrum.

Arrive at Trivandrum Airport

Upon completing the customs, immigration formalities and baggage collection, exit the arrival terminal building where you will be met by a Cox & Kings representative who will assist you with your transfer to the hotel in Kovalam (15 Kms/ 30 min.)

Experience Indian warmth and hospitality as you are greeted at the hotel with a Traditional Welcome with garlands, followed by the ‘Aarti’ ceremony where the forehead is anointed with the traditional red ‘tika’ which is considered auspicious.

Complete your check in formalities

Overnight in Kovalam


DAY 02 : KOVALAM – TRIVANDRUM - KOVALAM

Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Proceed for tour to Trivandrum. Visit to the Padmanabha Swamy Temple. The temple is located inside the East Fort. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple is a blend of the Kerala and Dravidian styles of architecture and is known for its mural paintings and stone carvings. Only Hindus are allowed inside the temple. Dress code: Men - Dhoti; Women - Sari and blouse.

Napier Museum & Art Gallery (Open 1000 - 1645 hours, Closed on Monday, Wednesday forenoons, January 26th, August 15th, Thiruvonam and Mahanavami) - built in the 19th century, this Indo - Saracenic structure boasts a natural air conditioning system and houses a rare collection of archaeological and historic artefacts, bronze idols, ancient ornaments, a temple chariot and ivory carvings

Sree Chithra Art Gallery (Open 1000 - 1645 hrs. Closed on Monday & Wednesday forenoons) - located near the Napier Museum, this art gallery displays select paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, Svetlova and Nicholas Roerich and exquisite works from the Rajput, Mughal and Tanjore schools of art in India. The Kanakakunnu Palace - the palace and its sprawling grounds are today the venue for many cultural meets and programmes and the University Observatory - located at the highest point in the city, near the Museum complex 60 metres above sea level, one can have a bird's eye view of the city from here.

After tour drive back to Kovalam

Overnight in Kovalam


DAY 03 : KOVALAM – KANYAKUMARI - KOVALAM

Breakfast at hotel

Morning: Full day excursion of Kanyakumari where Arabian sea Indian Ocean a nd Bay of Bangal meets at a point. Kanyakumari, also known as Cape Comorin, is the 'Land's End' of India. The three seas - the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea meet here and a dip in their confluence is considered holy. It has a great spiritual significance for the Hindus. It's dedicated to goddess Devi Kanya, a form of Parvati, the consort of Shiva. Kanya Kumari is essentially a Hindu pilgrim centre, renowned for its exotic sunrises and sunsets over the horizon. Visit Kumari Amman Temple - is the shore temple dedicated to the virgin goddess Devi Kanyakumari (Parvati), who stands guard over the country. The legend of this temple is as romantic as the place itself. The temple is built at the spot where the goddess is believed to have done penance and waited for her consort Lord Shiva to come and claim her hand in marriage.

Also visit Gandhi Memorial which is raised at the spot where his ashes were kept for public darshan (viewing) before they were immersed in the sea. The memorial resembles an Orissan temple and was designed so that on Gandhi's birthday (2nd October), the sun's rays fall on the place where his ashes were kept. Vivekananda Memorial is located on two rocky islands about 400m offshore. Swami Vivekanda meditated here in 1892 before setting out as one of India's most important religious crusaders. The mandapam (pillared hall) built here in his memory in 1970 reflects architectural styles from all over the country.

Overnight in Kovalam


DAY 04 : KOVALAM

Breakfast at hotel

Day is free for leisure to enjoy the hotel and beautiful Kovalam beach or SPA (own arrangement)

Overnight in Kovalam


DAY 05 : KOVALAM – TRIVANDRUM - MUMBAI

Transfer from Kovalam to Trivandrum airport to board flight for your onward connection / back home.

END OF TOUR

TOUR COST

OPTION 1 - LUXURY

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Kovalam The Leela Superior Garden View 04
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $1755 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $890 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $685
Economy Class Airfare Bangalore - Trivandrum To be advised

OPTION 2 - STANDARD

HOTEL ENVISAGED

City Name of Hotel Room Category Nights
Kovalam Uday Samudra Attrium 04
Description Cost
01 Paying Pax US $1130 Per Person
02 Paying Pax onwards US $580 Per Person
Single Room Supplement US $345
Economy Class Airfare Bangalore - Trivandrum To be advised

The above are per person costs and in US Dollar

The tour cost includes the following specific services:

Hotel accommodation in the hotels mentioned or similar based on sharing a double room with attached bath for a total of 04 nights based on Room & Breakfast basis as per the itinerary. This includes presently applicable Government taxes, which are subject to change Check in and checkout time at all hotels is 14.00 hrs and 12.00 respectively unless otherwisespecified Sightseeing’s and excursions as per the itinerary with services of locally appointed English Speaking Guides. Applicable entrance fees to places of visit as per itinerary Intercity transportation and visits by air conditioned vehicle, as per the itinerary

The tour cost DOES NOT include:

Items of a personal nature such as cost of meals, table drinks, telephone calls, laundry, tips etc. Domestic airfare for the sector Delhi - Trivandrum in economy class. Any international air fares, visa charges, airport taxes on departure. Presently applicable Government Service Tax of 5% on the total tour cost.


GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The tour cost includes only the services listed above and those mentioned in the enclosed itinerary

Airfare and flight schedules are subject to change without any prior notice Flights and Fares valid as on date of travel would be applicable

We suggest that clients should be covered by Travel, Medical, Health and other types of insurance. These cannot be obtained in India

Shopping is a personal activity, Cox and Kings will not be responsible for any shopping undertaken by the participant

A valid Indian VISA is required to visit India (please contact the nearest Indian Embassy/ High-Commission/ Consulate for details)

PAYMENT & CANCELLATION POLICY

Full payment will be required at the time of confirmation of the tour.

CANCELLATION POLICY

90 Days prior to the commencement of the tour No cancellation charges
60-89 Days prior to date of travel 50% (Total tour cost)
45-60 Days prior to date of travel 75% (Total tour cost)
Less than 45 days No refund

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Beneficiary Bank Deutsche Bank, fort Branch Mumbai
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