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Tamassa Resort Mauritius, Honeymoon Package Mauritius, Mauritius Package, Exotic Honeymoon Destination, Beach Package Now is as good a time as any to plan your next holiday. To make it count you’ll require a party spirit, movie screenings on the beach at dusk and a hammock. Introducing Tamassa, our vibrant four-star beach hotel in Mauritius, set in tropical gardens on white sandy beaches with rustling coconut trees and a cobalt ocean PACKAGE INCLUSION: • 06 nights accommodation at the hotel. • Meet & Assist at the airport by our airport representative • Return airport transfers. • Full day City Tour with the Caudan Waterfront with its handy-craft market, Citadel fort & Luxury shopping at Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius. • Full day Scenic South Tour with Adamas Duty free shop, Ship model factory, Trou aux Cerfs Volcanic Crater, Shivji Temple and Valley of Colours with its 23 Coloured earth and numerous waterfalls & endemic plants. • Full day Ile Aux Cerf's Tour with speed boat transfer to enjoy our white sandy beach • All tours and transfers on SIC basis. • 24/7 Assistance by our representatives. • English / Hindi speaking guide. • All Taxes
Best Ecotourism Holiday Destination in Sikkim Holidays Package for Sikkim Sikkim is a land of dramatic contours. Rugged mountains, deep valleys and dense forests consort with raging rivers, lakes and waterfalls to create a visual feast. The state has the steepest rise in altitude over the shortest distance and has within its 7, 096 sq. kms the entire climatic range, from tropical to temperate to alpine. The mountain chains which run southwards from the main Himalayan range form the natural boundaries of Sikkim; the Chola range dividing it from Tibet in the Northeast and Bhutan in the Southeast, the Singalila range separating it from Nepal in the West with the Greater Himalayan range forming the barrier between Sikkim and Tibet in the North. Sikkim Traveller Located between these towering mountain ranges are passes like Nathu-la, Jelep-la, Cho-la and many others which were at one time important corridors of passage between Sikkim and Tibet. Floating high over the cloud-covered lower Himalaya, Mt. Khangchendzonga dominates the landscape of Sikkim. At 28, 208 ft is the third highest mountain in the world and the highest in India. Sikkim Valley Sikkim has two main rivers, the Teesta and the Rangeet, both of which are formed at high altitudes and flow in a generally southern direction till they converge at the confluence near Melli. The source of the Teesta is the pristine Cho Lhamu Lake in North Sikkim. From here the river travels downwards to meet Zemu Chu just above Lachen village and the Lhachung Chu at Chungthang. At Mangan, the river is joined by the Talung Chu as it continues its journey down, finally widening at Singtam to become double its width. Further down at Melli, the Teesta merges with the river Rangeet which is born of the Rathong glacier in West Sikkim before entering the plains of North Bengal and eventually joining Brahmaputra in Bangladesh.
Madagascar -6 Night/ 7 Days A COMPLETE DISCOVERY OF THE EAST This trip will allow us to discover the eastern side of the Red Island. We cross the corridor of primary forest covering the steep slopes which tumble down to the Indian Ocean coast. Andasibe-Mantadia National Park (Perinet) has a unique wildlife, orchids and other rare plants, many species of lemurs, reptiles, and amphibians … this exceptional nature can be explored on foot between waterfalls, rivers and rainforests. From Tamatave, the paradise island of Sainte Marie welcomes us. Beaches, coconut palms but also a very cheerful people, the island is perfect for sea and land excursions. Its lush vegetation and various crops such as vanilla, cloves, coffee, and cinnamon … give it a fresh and unique flavor. Humpback whales passing from mid-June to September make it even more attractive.
Taiwan- Jiu Fen Old Street You Need to Visit This Amazing Place! Feel spirited away in this decommissioned gold mining mountain town, originally built by the Japanese and now a maze of lanes and alleyways with rich history and culture. Many would have been and heard of Jiufen, but apart from the usual tea sessions overlooking the mountains and seas, there are a few other good eats you need to look out for when exploring the smaller lanes. Founded during the Qing Dynasty, this small town was a relatively isolated village until the discovery of gold during the Japanese occupation in 1893, quickly developing the town due to a gold rush. Many buildings in the town remain unchanged to this day, reflecting the Japanese influence on both architecture and culture on the island. During World War II, the town housed a Japanese prisoner of war camp where captured Allied Force soldiers (mainly British) were forced to work in the gold mines. After the war, gold mining activities declined, and the town today exists mainly as a tourist destination remembering and celebrating Taiwanese history and culture. A convenient way to visit Jiufen is to take a shuttle bus from Ximen, leaving in the morning and returning before dinner. From the beginning of the 1990s, Jiufen experienced a tourist boom that has shaped the town into an attraction easily accessible from Taipei City as a nice day trip (around 2 hours away roundtrip by public transit). Today, the town is filled with both retro Chinese and Japanese style cafés, tea houses, and souvenir shops, as well as fantastic views of the ocean. The majority of attractions are concentrated along the cobblestone steps of Shuqi Road between Jiufen Elementary School and the Jiufen police precinct. The three roads running perpendicular to Shuqi Road (Jishan St., Qiche Rd., and Qingbian Rd.) each boast a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and cafés. Besides the main roads, there are numerous small alleys and lanes that snake around the area and sometimes even run beneath buildings. Explore Jiufen and the surrounding mountain area as part of a tour inclusive of transportation with an English-speaking guide to enjoy your day without having to worry about taking public transportation in and out of Taipei City. While most visitors come to Jiufen as part of a day trip, many enjoy staying overnight at one of Jiufen's many boutique hotels and B& Bs, called minsu in Taiwan. Since there are a limited amount of guesthouses and hotels in Jiufen and it is one of Taiwan's more popular destinations, early reservation is recommended.
Croatia Package Overview Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Zadar, Split, Mostar, Dubrovnik. Tour intro: This 10-day, 9 overnights journey begins in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city where travelers get to explore its charming mix of medieval and trendy neighborhoods, vibrant restaurant and shopping scene and relax on leisure strolls through the pedestrian only city center. The journey proceeds to the lush greens and crystal waters of abundant waterfalls around the Plitvice Lakes National Park, and then an unforgettable sunset in Zadar. This intimate coastal town will make lasting impressions with sites such as the Sea Organ and is Roman Forum before the voyage trails the Adriatic coastline to the historic Split. Here, guests can sip coffee amidst Roman ruins, and also opt to explore the jet set scene on Hvar Island before continuing to the neighboring Bosnia where the Old Bridge in Mostar is a must see. The ancient, cobbled streets, forts and medieval walls of Dubrovnik’s Old Town truly transport visitors to some bygone times, a fitting end to a vacation made to inspire, make new friends and experience the best of Croatia. Highlights: • Walking tour of Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city • Guided tour of Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site • Sightseeing in Zadar, including the historic Forum Romanum and unique sites like the Sea Organ • A tour of Split’s historic city center, including UNESCO World Heritage Site, Diocletian’s Palace • Exploring the famous medieval Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site • Tour of Mostar and its Old Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage • Optional tours to Hvar Island and Montenegro
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