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Photography Tour to
The World Famous Hornbill Festivals

HORNBILL Festival Will Start From 1st December To 10th December 2018

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Photography Tour to
The World Famous Hornbill Festivals

HORNBILL Festival Will Start From 1st December To 10th December 2018

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Photography Tour to
The World Famous Hornbill Festivals

HORNBILL Festival Will Start From 1st December To 10th December 2018

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Photography Tour to
The World Famous Hornbill Festivals

HORNBILL Festival Will Start From 1st December To 10th December 2018

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Photography Tour to
The World Famous Hornbill Festivals

HORNBILL Festival Will Start From 1st December To 10th December 2018

RATES FOR INDIANS

 

Group Size Two Three Four Six
Standard ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000
Deluxe ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000
Children ₹ 0,000/child

Rates are inclusive of all taxes and entry charges including.
Rates include Vehicle ( Guwahati to Guwahati) accommodation for 02 nights, all meals, one elephant safari and one jeep safari
One children below the age of 05yrs can stay free with their parents. However any forest dues if applicable will have to be paid extra
Children above 11 years will be regarded as adults.
Inclusions

  1. All Transfer and sightseeing by the same vehicle acording to Numbar of Guest
  2. Accommodation in Twin sharing basis.
  3. Daily Breakfast.
  4. Safari.

RATES FOR FOREIGNERS

 

Group Size Two Three Four Six
Standard ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000
Deluxe ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000
Children ₹ 0,000/child

Rates are inclusive of all taxes and entry charges including.
Rates include Vehicle ( Guwahati to Guwahati) accommodation for 02 nights, all meals, one elephant safari and one jeep safari
One children below the age of 05yrs can stay free with their parents. However any forest dues if applicable will have to be paid extra
Children above 11 years will be regarded as adults.
Inclusions

  1. All Transfer and sightseeing by the same vehicle acording to Numbar of Guest
  2. Accommodation in Twin sharing basis.
  3. Daily Breakfast.
  4. Safari.

Tour Descriptions

 

BANGLADESH TOUR

DURATION:- 8 NTS 9 DAYS

 

NEAREST AIRPORT DHAKA  AIRPORT
NEAREST RAILWAY DHAKA
ENTRY FORMALITIES INDIA VISA CAN TRAVEL ALL OVER THE PLACES
CURRENCY
BEST TIME TO VISIT NOVEMBER TO JUNE
SUGGESTION & TRIP BANGLADESH  CAN ENJOY THE ENTIRE COUNTRY OF BANGLADESH ONE LANGUAGE OF BENGALI WITH SPECIAL BENGALI FOOD HABITS, PEOPLE OF BENGAL WITH THEIR SWEET SMILE ALL PART OF THE BENGAL.

 

This package start from Capital city of Dhaka means East part of Bangladesh with rich tradional colonial port of Chittagong with Hill district Rangamati and virgin golden beach, the longest sea beach in Asia and biggest water port , the Sylhet , the Tea country and waterfalls  and  Bogra , the archeological site of North  Bengal  and most proud for the feeling of Bengal traditions and culture and food habits all over  the Bangladesh  and People of Smiling face are always ready to welcome you at each corner of Bangladesh.

08 NIGHTS & 09 DAYS

DAYS

TOUR PROGRAMMED DETAILS

 
DAY 01

Departure by A/c Coach for Bangladesh, by 0700 hrs, reporting at Salt lake Karunamayee International Bus terminus. The day journey by Bus and sort break at Benapole for checking Visa and refreshment and arrival Dhaka by Evening, Alternative as you can fly to Dhaka by connecting airlines and arrival Dhaka and followed by our representative meet you at Airport and further transfer to   respective hotel and Night stay in DHAKA.

 

DAY 02

Morning after breakfast dept for Dhaka Local sightseeing , the places Lalbag Fort built in 1678 during Mughol Dynasty and the Famous DhakeshweriMandir (Hindu Temple), Curzon Hall, ShahidMinar, National Mosque, Star Mosque etc. Return by afternoon and Evening tour to Visit the most popular shopping centers and exotic Bazars and take a shower of masses. The shops we offer are Arong – a wonderful handicraft shop, Sopura silk – most popular silk cloth brand in Bangladesh.. Evening return to the hotel and Night stay in DHAKA.

 

DAY 03

 

Morning after breakfast departure for Chitagang by road via Kumilla  and enroute Lunch at Kumilla and Chatagang by evening and  transfer to respective hotel and time permit to visit few places like  Adventure Land & Paradise Valley, Shrine of BaizidBostami, World War II Cemetery, Ethnological Museum, Chittagong Zoo, BaitulFalah, Chandanpura Mosque, Chittagong College, Mohsin College, Court Building and the Red-light district. Not all sightseeing’s are free or charge, some may require entrance fees or a guided tour. Night Stay in CHITAGANG.

 

DAY 04

 

Morning after breakfast dept for  Rangamati-135km on arrival Local sightseeing Buddhist temple, Chakma King’s Palace, Tribal Handloom Factory, etc,  followed by Lunch and after Lunch boating to  Kaptai Lake with its splendid setting of lush landscape and scenic grandeur. The journey through the Suvolong point and entering into the widest part of lake will be an amazing experience which is more exciting than that of Kashmir valley. By early evening further drive to Chitagang and arrival late evening transfer to respective hotel and night stay CHITAGANG.

 

DAY 05

Morning  after breakfast drive Cox Bazar by reserved transport. It is 3 hrs drive and on arrival transfer to respective hotel and rest day leisure at Cox.bazar longest golden beach for enjoy the Sun and Sea. Night Stay in COX BAZAR.

 

DAY 06

 

 

Morning after breakfast arrival to Teknaf by 3hrs Boat journey to St. Martin. The southern trip of Bangladesh will be very much enjoyable with the panoramic hills & forests. Reach Teknaf and avail the sea truck to reach St. Martin by 3 hrs. long cruising the panoramic blue water of Bay of Bengal bordering the south-eastern side by the Myanmar high hill ranges. The natural surroundings of this remote island are considered as the paradise for the nature loving tourists. After lunch enjoy the virgin coral beach and pass leisure time or go for snorkeling in crystal clean blue water. Night stay at St Martin.

 

DAY 07

Morning after breakfast departure for Coxbazar by same way and it take ro reach by 3 hrs and arrival Cox bazaar enjoy golden beach and rest day free at coxbazar.

 

DAY 08

After breakfast dept for Dhaka by Road and arrival by late afternoon and further by evening visit Old Dhaka and few more places and Shopping and night stay at Dhaka.

 

DAY 09 Morning  free and after breakfast Dhaka shopping for relatives and by after noon after lunch departure for Dhaka Airport for connecting flight to Kolkata by connecting flight to Kolkata by BG-095 at 06 30 Pm and arrival Kolkata by 07Pm and transfer to respective Sweet Home.

 

PACKAGE INCLUDES:-

Room On family basis. All sightseeing by reserved vehicle and all transfer as per availability of the transport and group size. All meals with Breakfast, Lunch, High Tea, and Dinner. Bus and train fare is also included .Visa assistance. Guide charges Hotel standard two/ three star at each places.

PACKAGE NOT INCLUDES:-

Any Porter, Beverage, Entrée fees. Any gungle ride like jeep safari or Elephant ride or Boat ride. Portage facility, tips, insurance, liquor, and room, service Mineral water, Camera change, telephone calls, Massage, etc. Entry Fees, Jungle ride and elephant safari, jeep safari is not included in this package. Train fare is not included in this package.

 MOBIIE FACILITIES:- Mobile facilities are available facilities.

 BANK AND ATM OUTLETS:- Carry cash since ATM outlet is  very often available in all the way.

 PAYMENT GATEWAY:-

PLEASE CARRY THE FOLLOWINGS:- Woolen cap, full sleeves sweater, jacket/cardigan, Covered shoes, thermo flask, Hot Water Bag, Torch, umbrella, Dry food-(biscuits, sweets, candy etc),Your photo ID proof  For Bangladesh any circuit.

MEDICINE:- Derriphyline, Paracitamol, Nosiafer MPS.(Indigestion), volini gel/ vomerangel, cotton, banded, Decolic, Normetrogel, Declofenic tabs, Avomine, coldrine and sun cream lotion.

N.B:- TOUR PLAN WILL BE FURNISHED ACCORDING TO GUEST REQUEST.

Activities

  • Elephant Safari
  • Jeep Safari
  • Night Safari (Walk/Jeep)
  • Boating
  • Cycling
  • Rafting
  • Car / Bike Ride in Track
  • Pera Sailing / Pera Glyding
  • Rock Climbing
  • Swimming
  • Golf
  • Tea Plucking
  • Angling
  • Shooting in Rang
  • Photography
  • Handycraft
  • Folk Dance and Song

RATES FOR INDIANS

 

Group Size Two Three Four Six
Standard ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000
Deluxe ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000
Children ₹ 0,000/child

Rates are inclusive of all taxes and entry charges including.
Rates include Vehicle ( Guwahati to Guwahati) accommodation for 02 nights, all meals, one elephant safari and one jeep safari
One children below the age of 05yrs can stay free with their parents. However any forest dues if applicable will have to be paid extra
Children above 11 years will be regarded as adults.
Inclusions

  1. All Transfer and sightseeing by the same vehicle acording to Numbar of Guest
  2. Accommodation in Twin sharing basis.
  3. Daily Breakfast.
  4. Safari.

RATES FOR FOREIGNERS

 

Group Size Two Three Four Six
Standard ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000
Deluxe ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000
Children ₹ 0,000/child

Rates are inclusive of all taxes and entry charges including.
Rates include Vehicle ( Guwahati to Guwahati) accommodation for 02 nights, all meals, one elephant safari and one jeep safari
One children below the age of 05yrs can stay free with their parents. However any forest dues if applicable will have to be paid extra
Children above 11 years will be regarded as adults.
Inclusions

  1. All Transfer and sightseeing by the same vehicle acording to Numbar of Guest
  2. Accommodation in Twin sharing basis.
  3. Daily Breakfast.
  4. Safari.

Tour Descriptions

NEPAL Tour Program

5 Nights 6 days.

Day 1:

 

Welcome at international airport by our tour manager /transfer to the Hotel /small briefing regarding Package and other necessary information about the sightseeing points and timing/ evening free for Casino visit or evening walk at tourist hub at Thamel /Dinner and O/night at Hotel.

 

Day 2:

 

Morning breakfast at hotel /sightseeing tour (visit Pashupatinath, Boudhanath or Swaymbhunath , Basantpur Durbar called Hanuman Dhoka, Budhanilantha  Free for Shopping /Dinner &  O/ night at hotel.

 

Day 3:

 

Morning B/ fast at hotel & departure for Pokhara. 200 kms (takes. 6 hrs. drive .On the way enjoy with the view of green mountains and Trishuli river which is famous for the rafting/) as well  Manakamana darshan by Cable Car on the way /on arrival at  Pokhara hotel welcome drinks/take rest / Evening walk around the lake & Boating at Fewa lake. Dinner and O/night at Hotel.

 

Day 4:

 

Early morning transfer to Sarangkot /enjoy sunrise along with several Himalaya including Mt. Fishtail & Annaapurna  Himalaya /Breakfast at Hotel/Sightseeing tour (visit Davis falls, Gupteshwar  cave, Seti River, Bindevashini Temple ( Shaktipith) museum), / free for personal activities /dinner & O/night at Hotel.

 

Day 5:

 

Morning Breakfast at Hotel, Departure for Nagarkot (236Km )  takes 6 & half  hrs. with scenic beauty mountain road/ arrive at hotel / welcome drinks on arrival/take rest at resort walk at garden with the view of Mountain range and beauty of sun set view/Dinner & O/ Night at hotel.

 

Day 6:

 

Morning breakfast at hotel on the way visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square (world heritage) and departure for International airport with good memories of Nepal experience with Sarothi Tourism for next destination.

 

The service includes.

  1. Int. arrival/ Departure transfer Kathmandu full day sightseeing tours by excl

Private AC car/  Van.

  1. 3night’s hotel accommodations with MAP at Kathmandu.
  2. 2 night’s hotel accommodation with MAP at Pokhara.
  3. Pokhara sightseeing tours by excl private Ac car..
  4. Sun rise trip to Sarangkot at Pokhara along with the view of Mt. Annapurna & fishtail Himalaya By AC car.
  5. Kathmandu/ Pokhara. Nagarkot/ Kathmandu by excl Private Ac car..
  6. On the way of Pokhara Manakamana darshan by cable car ride. ( cable Car ticket is not included )

 

The cost does not include:

Entrance fee of moments/guide if required for sightseeing/cable car ticket or any personal expanses

 

N.B:- TOUR PLAN WILL BE FURNISHED ACCORDING TO GUEST REQUEST.

Activities

  • Elephant Safari
  • Jeep Safari
  • Night Safari (Walk/Jeep)
  • Boating
  • Cycling
  • Rafting
  • Car / Bike Ride in Track
  • Pera Sailing / Pera Glyding
  • Rock Climbing
  • Swimming
  • Golf
  • Tea Plucking
  • Angling
  • Shooting in Rang
  • Photography
  • Handycraft
  • Folk Dance and Song

 

RATES FOR INDIANS

 

Group Size Two Three Four Six
Standard ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000
Deluxe ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000
Children ₹ 0,000/child

Rates are inclusive of all taxes and entry charges including.
Rates include Vehicle ( Guwahati to Guwahati) accommodation for 02 nights, all meals, one elephant safari and one jeep safari
One children below the age of 05yrs can stay free with their parents. However any forest dues if applicable will have to be paid extra
Children above 11 years will be regarded as adults.
Inclusions

  1. All Transfer and sightseeing by the same vehicle acording to Numbar of Guest
  2. Accommodation in Twin sharing basis.
  3. Daily Breakfast.
  4. Safari.

RATES FOR FOREIGNERS

 

Group Size Two Three Four Six
Standard ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 0,000
Deluxe ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000 ₹ 00,000 ₹ 0,000
Children ₹ 0,000/child

Rates are inclusive of all taxes and entry charges including.
Rates include Vehicle ( Guwahati to Guwahati) accommodation for 02 nights, all meals, one elephant safari and one jeep safari
One children below the age of 05yrs can stay free with their parents. However any forest dues if applicable will have to be paid extra
Children above 11 years will be regarded as adults.
Inclusions

  1. All Transfer and sightseeing by the same vehicle acording to Numbar of Guest
  2. Accommodation in Twin sharing basis.
  3. Daily Breakfast.
  4. Safari.

Tour Descriptions

Tour Program

DAY 1

 Your tour starts just over the border in Phuntsholing where our Purely Bhutan guide will be waiting to receive you at the Bhutan border gate. We will drive from Phuntsholing to Thimphu, about 7 hours from the warmer climes of the south up to the foothills of the Himalayas. Take an early evening stroll around town and soak in the atmosphere of this magical capital with its busy shops and bazaars and photogenic citizens in national dress.

Overnight in Thimphu

DAY 2

 Thimphu sightseeing. We will visit the weekly market, the revered Memorial Chorten, the National Library and the School of Traditional Arts. You could visit Changangkha temple, perched on the hilltop overlooking the town. Devotees flock throughout the day to circumambulate and turn the prayer wheels. The temple also contains beautiful wall paintings and hundreds of religious scriptures written in gold. In the afternoon you can take in more of the sights and culture of the capital, with the option of a trip to Simtokha Dzong (one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan, dating from 1629 AD). If you prefer to stay closer to town you could visit the huge statue of Buddha Dordenma, which commands a tremendous view of Thimphu valley. The huge 3-storey throne holds several chapels and the body itself is filled with 125,000 smaller statues of Buddha. You can also visit the Takin Reserve showcasing the unique national animal, the Takin, browse the striking collection of intricate textiles at the National Textile Museum or visit the Folk Heritage Museum. You may also like to visit the newly opened postal museum, detailing the history of Bhutan’s postal system and showcasing Bhutan’s rich assortment of interesting stamps. If you would like to view or buy Bhutanese handicrafts you may like to visit the new market opposite Taj Tashi hotel which has an array of stalls run by local handicraft shops selling purely home made articles with no imports. Tell your guide what takes your interest.

Overnight in Thimphu

DAY 3

 Thimphu to Punakha. In the morning drive approximately 3 hours to the old capital, Punakha, via Dochu La pass at 3050 metres, where we will stop for a hot drink and enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Eastern Himalaya ranges. You will notice the change of climate and vegetation as we approach low-lying Punakha at 1250 metres. Take a pleasant walk for an hour or so across the terraced fields of Sopsokha village to Chimi Lhakhang (Temple of Fertility) built in the 15th century by the ‘Divine Madman’ (Lama Drukpa Kuenley). Then we will visit the imposing Punakha Dzong, “Palace of Great Happiness”. Built in 1637, it is strategically placed at the confluence of two rivers, the Po Chu and the Mo Chu.

Overnight in Punakha

DAY 4

After breakfast hike to Chorten Ningpo, which dates back to the 17th Century. The chorten is a little-known spot with a magnificent statue of Maitreya (the future Buddha) and images of the great lamas of the Drukpa lineage. This magical spot was once a dense forest inhabited by evil spirits. The great oak tree outside the monastery is said to have grown out of the blazing log that the ‘Divine Madman’ threw (the tree’s bark is still black from where it was burnt). In 2005 the monastery began to house orphans from the nearby village, and founding a small Buddhist educational institution where the children can study traditional Buddhist scriptures and texts as well as Western subjects. The hike back to Punakha is around 45 minutes, going past Thodrup Lhakhang. Then you can drive approximately 3 hours to Gangtey at 2900 metres. Enjoy the views of the immense and remote Phobjikha valley and the black mountain ranges. Visit Gangtey Gompa (one of Bhutan’s oldest monasteries and recently extensively renovated) and explore the valley where the villagers continue to live a traditional Bhutanese rural lifestyle. This is the site where black-necked cranes visit in their hundreds in November each year after spending the summer in Tibet.

Overnight in Gangtey

DAY 5

Today you can do a day walk around the Phobjikha Valley. You can start your walk at the Dewachen hotel and walk from here to the Black-Necked Crane Information Centre, which has lots of information on the valley and its famous migrating birds. From here you can walk to Beta Village, then continue to Gangtey Gompa from where you can walk along the Gangtey Nature Trail, past Semchubara village, through forests of blue pine trees covered with lichen (known as old man’s beard) and where you can hopefully see some birds. Continue from the end of the nature trail to Kingathang village where you can visit a temple built by the Queen Mother. From Kingathang, you can walk via Yusa village back to your hotel. Total distance 12 to 13 km (6 to 7 hrs).

Overnight in Gangtey

DAY 6

Today we return to Paro, a drive of approximately 7 hours, via Wangdi. Wangdi (also known as Wangdue Phodrang) was originally considered Bhutan’s secondary capital and it commands an important central position. Sadly Wangdi Dzong was gutted by fire in June 2012, destroying in a few hours not only a magnificent building that had stood proudly for hundreds of years, but also the painstaking work that had been in progress for many months to rebuild recent earthquake damage using traditional construction methods. There is little now to see in Wangdi and after a brief stop for lunch continue on your way. In the afternoon there will be time to visit some handicraft shops to purchase some souvenirs of your trip. Then you can meet your host family for an overnight stay in a local farmhouse allowing you to experience traditional Bhutanese village life. Take the opportunity to try the restorative properties of a hot stone bath. If you prefer your creature comforts, you can take tea or dinner with the family and then return to your hotel.

Overnight in Paro

DAY 7

This morning you can visit the impressive Paro Rinpung Dzong, one of the finest examples of Bhutanese architecture. You can also visit the National Museum. This was previously housed in the Ta Dzong (watch tower) built on top of the hill above Rinpung Dzong to defend Rinpung Dzong and the Paro valley during times of war, in an unusual circular construction resembling a conch shell. Unfortunately, an earthquake in September 2011 damaged the Ta Dzong and the contents of the museum were moved to a neighbouring building. You can still see a magnificent collection of Bhutanese artefacts – costumes, religious paintings, arms, textiles and a fascinating collection of Bhutan stamps. The National Museum is due to reopen in the Ta Dzong in 2017. Near to the museum you may also be able to see a demonstration of traditional wood turning skills by local artisans who make traditional wooden bowls and cups – and you can try your hand as well if you wish. Nearby you can also visit the 7th century Kyichu Lhakhang, a temple of historical significance and one of the most sacred shrines in Bhutan.

Overnight in Paro

DAY 8

Take a day walk to the ‘Tiger’s Nest’, the sacred Taktshang monastery which clings to the rock face 900 metres above the valley floor. Guru Rinpoche is said to have flown to the site riding on a tigress. He subsequently meditated here for three months. It is one of Bhutan’s most holy sites and draws pilgrims not only from Bhutan but also from neighbouring Buddhist countries. You can have lunch at the Taktshang cafeteria from where you get a spectacular view of the monastery. On the way back you may be interested to visit a manor house turned museum in a local village. The house dates from the 17th Century and the museum is designed to showcase the culture of medieval rural Bhutan. Afterwards you may also have time to visit Dumtse Lhakhang, a temple built by Thangtong Gyalpo, the iron bridge builder.

Overnight in Paro

DAY 9 Early in the morning we will drive to Gelephu from Paro which will take about 8 – 9 hours. Your guide will accompany you to Gelephu to see you off and wish you Tashi Delek (goodbye and good luck).

N.B:- TOUR PLAN WILL BE FURNISHED ACCORDING TO GUEST REQUEST.

Activities

  • Elephant Safari
  • Jeep Safari
  • Night Safari (Walk/Jeep)
  • Boating
  • Cycling
  • Rafting
  • Car / Bike Ride in Track
  • Pera Sailing / Pera Glyding
  • Rock Climbing
  • Swimming
  • Golf
  • Tea Plucking
  • Angling
  • Shooting in Rang
  • Photography
  • Handycraft
  • Folk Dance and Song