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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.
Egypt - Tales of the two cities of the Ancient Wonders !! Egypt is one of those countries which contains one of the age -old civilizations in the world. it is a delight, for the history buffs as well as for the others, to contemplate the ancient architecture and get woven into the ancient tales of the kings & queens & pharaohs & sphinx. Luxor and Aswan are the two cities which consist of the ancient temples and give a major part toward understanding the ancient Egypt civilization. Let’s start our journey.. Luxor, which was once known as Thebes (the capital of Ancient Egypt) is located in Southern Egypt- 670 km South of Cairo. Luxor today is a city of around 150, 000 people. This city is prominent for being an “open air museum” because of its unique archaeological monuments.Luxor is the second most visited tourist city in Egypt after Cairo. Extravagant monuments such as Karnak Temple, The Luxor Temple, Valley of Kings, Valley of Queens and many more are the reason for this. The Karnak Temple Complex (which was known as Ipet-isut during the time of the Pharaohs) is the most famous temple in Luxor. It was built by the pharaohs for over 2000 years and was dedicated to the Pharaoh Amun. What makes this temple unique is the fact that around 30 Pharaohs contributed to it, which made it reach a size and diversity not seen in any other temple in the world. The Karnak consists of four main parts, but only one of them is accessible to tourists. It entails some of the most luxurious examples of Ancient Egyptian design and architecture. In addition, there are also several performances of the sound and light shows at night, which is simply a show which platforms the monument using audio and visual effects. The Luxor Temple is amongst one of the beauties of Luxor. It is a large ancient temple complex located on the East bank of the Nile River. Amanhotep II and Ramses II built it in 14000 B.C. Built with sandstone, this temple’s main purpose was to celebrate the Festival of Opet. This festival was by far the largest and most important celebration by the Pharaohs. It was held in honor of the great Pharaoh Amun in the season of flood. The Valley of Kings (also known as Biban El Melouk) is situated in the ancient site of Thebes. It was the burial place of Egypt’s New Kingdom Rulers. The tomb of Tutankhamun (King Tut) that was discovered in the 1920’s is located there. In addition there is also a Valley of Queens, which is the place where the wives of the Pharaohs were buried. It was originally called Ta-Set-Neferu, which means “the place of the children of the pharaohs” because along with the Queens there were also princes and princesses buried there. The legendary Queen Nefertiti’s tomb lies in The Valley of Queens.One of the must-do activities in Luxor is going on a hot air balloon ride and discovering the city ‘s most prominent monuments from up above.Another activity carried by most tourists visiting the city of Luxor is going on a Nile boat cruise from Luxor to Aswan. Enjoy a lavish Nile River cruise and discover some of Egypt’s most enchanting natural beauty. Aswan, (previously known as Syene during Ancient Egypt) is located about 81 KM south of Luxor. This small modern city has a population of about 230, 000 people who are mostly Nubians. (People of an ancient region of Northeastern Africa).Aswan is distinctively embellished for having a beautiful setting on the Nile.You can begin your day in Aswan by going on a relaxing tour on a Felluca (which is a wooden sail boat) on the Nile River.The two islands you must visit are the Elephantine Island and the Botanical Garden Island. Elephantine Island is the biggest island there and its history goes all the way back to the pre-dynastic period. It was the place where ancient Egyptians first resided when they first settled in the area. There are many attractions in this Island Such as The Nilometer, the Philae Museum and the Temple of Khunum.The Botanical Garden is by far considered a natural treasure by the people of Aswan. The history of this Garden goes all the way back to the 1890s. The island was given to Lord Horatio Kitchener when he was commander of the Egyptian army. Kitchener had a tremendous passion for plants and palm trees so he turned this island into a botanical garden.In this garden you can find a vast variety of plantations and trees that were found naturally on the island. In addition, there are also a wide number of extremely rare trees such as the Royal Palm Tree, The Sabal Palm Tree and the Pam tree. Located near Aswan is the famous High Dam of Egypt. Built in around the 1960’s this dam is considered to be an engineering miracle as it provides electricity and irrigation for the entire nation of Egypt. Take a walk through Egypt’s major historical monuments and make your visit to Luxor and Aswan an unforgettable history lesson on Egypt’s most ancient cities. The best time to visit these two cities would be during the winter as the weather during that time is extremely awesome.
Statue of Unity: Tallest statue of the World ! The Tallest, The Grandest - The Iron Man is Our Sardar! Introduction : The statue of Unity 182 Meter - Tallest Statue of the World The Statue of Unity, which is dedicated to Iron Man of India Shri Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Which is situated on the river island called Sadhu Bet in front of the Narmada Dam in Gujarat. This statue represents the Indian Independence movement leader and our first deputy prime minister of India. The monument along with its surroundings occupies over 20, 000 square metres, and is surrounded by a 12 square km artificial lake. It is the world's tallest statue with the height of 182 metres (597 ft.). This project was announced in October 2010 and the iron needed to construct for this statue and for other infrastructure was to be collected from the farmers accros India. This statue is built with 75, 000 cubic metres of concrete, 5, 700 tonnes of steel structure, 18, 500 tonnes of reinforced steel rods, 22, 500 tonnes of bronze sheets for construction. The statue is designed as a representation of Vallabhbhai Patel, wearing characteristic garments, in a walking stance. It took 56 months to complete the project; 15 months for planning, 40 months for construction and two months for handing over by the association. Valley of Flowers “Valley of Flowers” is one of the attractions of ‘Statue of Unity’, world’s tallest statue of ‘Sardar Patel’ setup at Kevadia Colony in Gujarat. The Statue of Unity is flanked by 17 km long patch of colourful flowers along the banks of River Narmada to make the spot resembling a rainbow of flowers setup on earth. The Valley of Flowers project contains over 100 variety of flowers like Garmado (yellow and red), Gulmohar (red), Champo (white), Khakhro (red), Pongaro (red), shrubs like Galtora (red and yellow), Tecoma (yellow), Boganveliya (white, red, yellow, and pink) Nerium, and climbers like Qualisis, Wadeliya, Allamandacathartica, and bamboos and colourful grasses, all seasons flowers like Marigold, Calendula, Sunflower, Vinca and others. In the initial phase, the sowing of flowers is done in area of 250 hectares. But, the plan is afoot to expand it to cover over 3, 000 hectares. The unique feature of the valley of flower is that the entire area of 32, 500 sq. Mt. is covered with drip-irrigation system. In addition, two beautiful lakes - ‘Kamal’ and ‘Poyani’ - are also developed. With a view to give firsthand experience of nature and environment to visitors, natural treks – Reva Trek, Sadhu Trek, Vainkutth Baba Trek, Sardar Trek, and Ashwasthama Trek – have been developed. In addition to these, other attractions like Adventure Park, Garden of Five Senses, Selfie with Statue, Sardar garden etc. have also been developed. Narmada Tent City: Accommodation and Package Cost PACKAGE 1: 02 Nights / 03 Days Package Accommodation Type: Premium AC Tent Rates Per Couple: Rs. 24000 + 18% GST Single Sharing: Rs. 18000 + 18% GST Extra Person/Child: Rs. Rs. 7200 + 18% GST Accommodation Type: Deluxe AC Tent Rates Per Couple: Rs. 18000 + 18% GST Single Sharing: Rs. 13500 + 18% GST Extra Person/Child: Rs. Rs. 5400 + 18% GST Accommodation Type: Standard Non AC Tent Rates Per Couple: Rs. 12000 + 18% GST Single Sharing: Rs. 9000 + 18% GST Extra Person/Child: Rs. Rs. 3600 + 18% GST PACKAGE 2: 01 Nights / 02 Days Package Accommodation Type: Premium AC Tent Rates Per Couple: Rs. 12000 + 18% GST Single Sharing: Rs. 9000 + 18% GST Extra Person/Child: Rs. Rs. 4000 + 18% GST Accommodation Type: Deluxe AC Tent Rates Per Couple: Rs. 9000 + 18% GST Single Sharing: Rs. 6750 + 18% GST Extra Person/Child: Rs. Rs. 3000 + 18% GST Accommodation Type: Standard Non AC Tent Rates Per Couple: Rs. 6000 + 18% GST Single Sharing: Rs. 4500 + 18% GST Extra Person/Child: Rs. Rs. 2000 + 18% GST KEY ATTRACTIONS • Accommodation in Premium AC/Non-AC Tent • Priority Pass to visit Statue of Unity • Visit to Statue of Unity and Sardar Sarovar Dam • Sightseeing Tour to historic Shoolpaneshwar Temple and Majestic Rajvant Palace • Crocodile spotting at Sardar Sarovar Dam • Shopping and cultural delight • Selfie Point for perfect photos with Statue of Unity • Delicious regional, Indian and continental cuisines • Hiking tour to explore ecotourism site Distance by Road from Statue of Unity • Vadodara to Statue of Unity: 95km (2 Hours) • Ahmedabad to Statue of Unity: 200km (4 Hours) • Surat to Statue of Unity: 154km (3 Hours 30 Minutes)
Chalo Kashmir, Trip to Kashmir, Kashmir Package. Honeymoon Package to Kashmir, Rs 23750/- Per Person On Twin Sharing Basis. Package Includes:- • Hotel accommodation on 01 Dbl Room on MAP Basis.( 3*) . Below 05 years child is complimentry • A/C Dezire / Etios for transfers as per Itinerary. . Below 05 years Child is Complimentry . Day trip to Sonmarg. . SS Mughal Gardens , Shankara Achariya Temple . Pampore Saffron Feilds . Pick-up & Katra Drop Srinagar . 01 Hour Shikara Ride in Dal lake • Rates include all taxes. • Driver Charges, Toll, Parking included. • Meeting & Assistance on Arr. / Dept. by our representative. The Above Cost doesn't Includes:- • Expenses of personal Nature such as tips, laundry, telephone, table drinks, beverages etc. • Cable Car Ride (Gondala) in Gulmarg. Pony ride in Gulmarg / Pahalgam. • Trip to Aru & Chandanwari, betaab valley in Pahalgam & Thajwas Glacier in Sonmarg as it is done by local taxi . • Services of a Guide, Entry tickets & other Misc. Charges. • Any other services not in the programme. • Airfare. The Optional Cost ; . Cable Car (Gondola ride ) in Gulmarg Ist Phase : Rs 800/-Per Person & 2nd Phase 900/- Per Person . Trip to Aru & Chandanwari, betaab valley in Pahalgam Private Cab @2500/- for 06 Persons. . Entry fees for any Garden 50- 100 Per Person (approx)
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
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