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Grand Argentina & Brazil by Land & Air

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  • Grand Argentina and Brazil

    Land & Air

    November 10-18,  2017  9 Days/8 Nights

    $3299 USD/pp based on double occupancy - minus $100 for membership privilege  to Brave Women Travel = $3199 USD Total - Plus local airfare of $450….All Taxes Included

    Single Supplement $1160 USD

    Domestic Airfare:  Buenos Aires-Iguaçu/Iguassu - Rio De Janeiro Total pp: $450 USD Please note airfare pricing and availability are not guaranteed until ticketed!

    Deposit due immediately:  $850 USD

    Balance due:  September 22, 2017 - $2450 usd + $450 airfare = $2900 usd

    B W T MEMBERSHIP  September 22, 2017 - $2350 usd + $450 airfare = $2800 usd

    DOES NOT INCLUDE INTERNATIONAL AIR FLIGHTS/MEALS NOT MENTIONED BELOW/INSURANCE/SPENDING MONEY

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    TOUR SUMMARY:

    With Brave Women Travel®  Grand Argentina and Brazil this  exclusive tour offers the perfect blend of culture, history, indulgence and natural beauty as it introduces travellers to two of South America’s most dynamic countries. The first half of your tour will take place in Buenos Aires, where you’ll learn about the diverse and vibrant history, learn to tango with some of the best dancers in Argentina, and visit an authentic Estancia. The tour continues to the awe-inspiring Iguaçu Falls, where this magnificent natural beauty can be observed from both sides of the border. Finally the tour ends at” the cosmopolitan Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Discover relaxation on famous beaches, amazing vistas by way of Sugarloaf Mountain and the iconic the Christ the Redeemer statue in Corcovado. Also Enjoy handpicked experiences like learning how to prepare a traditional feijoada and practice Samba at one of the most prestigious dance academies in town.


    TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

    Sightsee in the exciting and diverse capital city of Buenos Aires, where modern and historic contrast

    Receive private tango lessons at the La Ventana Estudio from some of their most talented dancers

    Get the rare opportunity of visiting an Indian village of Guarani Indians and witnessing their traditional ways of life

    Visit the Iguazu Falls, one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World

    See the epic “Christ the Redeemer” statue, a national icon that sits atop Corcovado Mountain

    Enjoy a 2 hour Samba lesson taught at a prestigious Rio dance school

    Itinerary Information

    Day 1 - ARRIVE BUENOS AIRES

    Upon arrival at Buenos Aires Ezeiza International airport where you will be greeted by our representative who will be your tour guide on your adventures. You will be transferred to your hotel in Buenos Aires, the Capital of Argentina. Buenos Aires is a vibrant, lively, and romantic city located on the shores of the Rio de le Plata River. Known as the birthplace of tango, the sensual dance of lovers, the city is recognized as the South American city that never sleeps. The city offers great nightlife, world-class eclectic restaurant choices that celebrate international and local cuisines, and ample shopping opportunities for goods to fit any preference. In the evening you will get the opportunity to explore some of the best features the city has to offer.

    Overnight in Buenos Aires

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    Day 2 BUENOS AIRES

    After breakfast, enjoy a half day City Tour of Buenos Aires. During this tour you will visit the famous area of Avenida de Mayo, a stretch that runs into the central Plaza De Mayo. Many sites and landmarks surround the area that will be viewed and toured throughout the first half of the day. You’ll see the Government House, Casa Rosada, the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the first City Hall, Cabildo, which was built during the Spanish rule. At the other end of Avenida de Mayo you will find the impressive Congress building. We then continue to San Telmo, a historical neighbourhood and the eldest district of Buenos Aires recognized for its colonial architecture. Here you have some time to stroll around Plaza Dorrego, partaking in shopping in one of the many antique shops along the stretch. Next, you will pay a visit to La Boca, the popular location of Caminito Street. This neighbourhood is referred to as a street museum, showcasing many creative visions of Argentina’s artists along with brightly painted rooftops and buildings. Driving along 9 de Julio Avenue, known as the “widest avenue in the world,” you’ll see the Colon Theatre, a famous Opera House that stages appearances and performances by some of the most important artists and musicians from all over the world. Continuing to Palermo, an enjoyable spot with tons of restaurants, cafes, shops and stunning views of all that Buenos Aires has to offer. At the end of the tour you will visit the Recoleta area, one of the city’s most glamorous spots due to its pristine buildings and gorgeous architecture. Here you will find the Municipal Cultural Centre, elegant boutiques, and excellent restaurants, all surrounded by centennial trees. At the cemetery of Recoleta you will find the grave of Eva Duarte, known throughout the whole world as Eva Perón, whose stage name was “Evita.” The cemetery is the centre of this aristocratic neighbourhood, and the mausoleums reflect the architectural diversity emerging from the different cultural groups in Argentina.

    This evening enjoy dinner and a show at Tango Porteño. At Tango Porteño you can discover the magic of Tango in a luxurious and historic building, a former movie theatre that used to belong to the Metro Goldwyn Meyer Company. The old and beloved Metro, just a few steps from the Obelisk, now combines the most refined atmosphere with the typical deco style of the golden days. Great artists, unbeatable productions, and first class cuisine are all offered here for you to enjoy. Dinner and drinks are included. After your dinner and entertainment, and a fun-filled day in the city, you will be transferred back to your hotel for the evening.

    Overnight in Buenos Aires

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    Day 3 BUENOS AIRES

    Put on your dancing shoes, because today you will experience first-hand what tango is all about. You’ll be given a private tango lesson at La Ventana Estudio by some of the best tango dancers in Argentina! What better place to learn this thrilling dance than in the country where tango was born? After your lesson you can enjoy afternoon tea at the decadent Alvear Palace Hotel. Here, you will relax in luxurious surroundings and enjoy some delicious cakes, mini pâtisseries, fresh fruit tarts, warm scones and other delicacies especially prepared by the Chef Pâtissier. You can also choose from a fine selection of teas, including some from limited harvests and a special Alvear Palace Hotel tea with black tea leaves flavoured with almonds, citrus and rose petals. After a relaxing day of recreation and being immersed in the local culture, you’ll get ready to wave goodbye to your exploration of Buenos Aires and prepare for your evening commute back to the hotel.

    Overnight in Buenos Aires

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    Day 4 BUENOS AIRES TO IGUASSU (FLIGHT)

    Today you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to the picturesque Iguassu, Brazil. On arrival you will be met by our company representative, who will be your tour guide for the remainder of your travels. Upon being transferred to the hotel and checked in, you’ll embark in an afternoon exploration of the city. This half-day tour will showcase the Brazilian side of the Iguassu Falls, these breathtaking falls border Argentina and Brazil. Your transport and guide will find the perfect location for you to walk along the catwalk that leads to the bottom of the Devil’s Throat. Here you will have impressive panoramic views of the falls on the Argentine side of the landmark.

    Overnight in Iguassu

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    Day 5 IGUASSU

    This morning you will visit the Argentine side of Iguassu Falls. After arriving at the Visitor’s Center at the Iguassu National Park Entrance you will board a gas-propelled train that takes visitors to the upper falls circuit and the Garganta del Diablo, or more popularly referred “Devil’s Throat.” The Devil’s Throat is one of the most prominent and highest points of the falls and brings in large groups of tourism each day. On arrival you can walk more than 3 km along the Iguazu river canyon via the lower and upper circuits to appreciate the flora and fauna, always feeling the 270 individual cataracts up close. The beauty of the Iguassu Falls will leave you speechless, so you’ll be given every opportunity for photo opportunities along with time to soak in the natural wonders. Imagine standing a mere few meters away from a volume of water dropping over 70 meters through 275 falls over 2.7 km at a rate of millions of cubic liters per second; this is how you will experience Iguassu. The Iguazu National Park in which the Falls are found is full of exotic subtropical vegetation that includes giant trees, ferns, lianas, orchids and over 400 bird species, including parrots and toucans. The park also is home to a number of jaguars and caimans.

    After the falls take in a visit to the Indian community of Mbya Guarani, where your tour guide will lead you into understanding the native world of a local tribe. You will be introduced to a local native who will give you valuable information about everything you see and observe throughout the duration of the 1.5 hour guided tour. A visit to the Indian village of Tekoa Yriapu of Mybá Guarani offers a rare opportunity for closer contact and interactions with the Guarani culture. Viewing the tribe’s way of life, you’ll dive into the Guarani world dimension, learning extensive information of the history of its land and people, living and survival methods of the locals, the creation and art of handicrafts, the sacred religious traditions and much more. This visit includes a short walk on a hunting trail, approximately 500 meters long, where miniature-hunting traps have been installed in order to demonstrate hunting techniques throughout the ages. At the end of your time spent with the local people, a presentation of the Children Choir will sing traditional religious songs. The visit will end at the village’s courtyard, where locally made handicraft is exhibited and sold to visitors. If you’re looking for beautiful, rare, authentic souvenirs, here is the place to shop, as selling these handicrafts is the source of income for the local people. By partaking in the tour of Mbya Guarani, visitors contribute to the economic resources and projects of the community. Please note, visitors in wheelchairs will be restricted access to the village due to unpaved and uneven grounds that could cause potential danger.

    Also note that you will have access only to the features of the community outlined in this guide. This includes the Visitor’s Center, the jungle trail, and the handicraft exhibit areas. All personal homes, schools, prayer houses, and cemetery grounds are strictly prohibited. In addition, any local people who do not wish to interact and are not part of the organized, guided tour, should be left alone and remain undisturbed. This is a very private, secluded community who value privacy and a calm, secluded way of natural life. They also understand the need for tourism to feed their economy, thus those involved in the guided tour will provide you with the sites, experiences, and knowledge you seek from a visit here. After an eye-opening day of how the local tribes live, you’ll be whisked back to the comfort of your hotel for the evening.

    Overnight in Iguassu

    Day 6 IGUASSU TO RIO DE JANEIRO (FLIGHT)

    In the morning you will be transferred to Iguassu Airport for your flight to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s second largest city. On arrival you will be met by our company representative and guide before transferring to your hotel.

    Rio de Janeiro was the capital of Brazil until 1960. Often called “Cidade Maravilhosa” for The Marvellous City, Rio de Janeiro is world renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and location. The city is nestled between lush, green mountains and crystal clear seas. Rio is one of the most culturally and economically prominent cities in Brazil and features some of the country’s most famous tourist attractions. Places such as Pão de Açúcar, or Sugarloaf Mountain, Corcovado, or Christ the Redeemer statue, and the iconic beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. The city is full of energy and rhythm, and the locals of Rio, ‘Cariocas’, are known for their carefree spirit and charm. Whether you are looking to experience Carnaval, relax in a naturally stunning environment, or enjoy all the luxuries of a cosmopolitan city, Rio de Janeiro has it all!

    Your time in Rio de Janeiro beings with a half-day city tour that includes a visit to the Sugarloaf Mountain, which gives the most spectacular panoramic views of the city. The mountain, which stands at 396 meters tall and 1400 meters in length is the only mountain of its kind that rises directly out of the water’s edge. Take time to enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime view and get plenty of pictures before moving on to the other sites of the city. The downtown tour begins in the business heart of the city where colonial Rio meets modern skyscrapers. Passing through Rio Branco Avenue you will see the historical Candelaria Church, which was completed in 1898 and has a legendary meaning to the inhabitants of the city. The headquarters of major Brazilian banks and commercial enterprises is also located on this Rio Branco Avenue, so you’ll see a traditional day-in- the-life of the cosmopolitan inhabitants of the city. As we continue the tour, you will see the Teatro Municipal, the celebrated Opera House and home to the Brazilian Symphonic Orchestras. Nearby is Carioca Square, the 17th Century church of Santo Antonio as well as modern buildings like Petrobras and the Cathedral. All these historical buildings demonstrate traditional architectures prominent in Brazil and are celebrated for the beauty they bring to the city center. You will then see Rio's aqueduct, built in the 18th century, that nowadays connects downtown to Santa Teresa district of Rio de Janeiro, an old residential area. Afterwards you will drive through Flamengo Park, from where you can see Sugarloaf Mountain from another vantage point of the city. This famous peak is reached by a cable car that rises to 1,200 feet and offers one of the most spectacular views in the world. After the tour you will return to your hotel where you can spend the rest of the evening at leisure.

    Overnight in Rio de Janeiro

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    Day 7 RIO DE JANEIRO

    Today’s Rio de Janeiro adventure is focusing on the delicious cuisine of the region, as you attend a 4-hour morning cooking class (Menu option of your choice, Muqueca or Feijoada, are outlined below). You’ll discover the herbs, spices, and native ingredients that make Brazilian cuisine a unique blend taken from inspiration of European and African nations. The classes feature ingredients that are readily available in the United States and Europe so that travelers will be able to recreate the delicious recipes learned on your holiday at home.

    The menu options available for participants are the following:

    A) Feijoada: caipirinha pork feijoada (a stew with meat black beans, rice, orange, farofa and greens), traditional Brazilian banana dessert.

    B) Shrimp Moqueca (Bahian): coconut shake, Shrimp moqueca (a traditional Brazilian seafood stew with fish, coconut milk and shrimps) with rice and farofa, Coconut pudding with plums and peaches C) Children ́s Menu: brigadeiro (Brazilian chocolate dessert), carrot cake with chocolate frosting, and colorful chicken skewers.

    Schedule: Classes start daily at 10:00 am with lunch being served at 12:00 pm

    During the second half of your day, you will enjoy a half day tour of the Corcovado Mountain. First you will be transferred to Cosme Velho Station to board a cog-train for the ride through Tijuca Forest up to Corcovado Mountain. The train ride takes 20 minutes and is a wonderful opportunity for a closer look at the forest’s lush tropical vegetation. Disembarking at the 710 meter tip of Corcovado, you will then proceed up the steps to the lookout. This is where you will view the iconic wonder of the towering statue “Cristo Redentor,” which translates to the world-famous statue of Christ the Redeemer. Standing 8 meters tall with outstretched arms of 28 meters in length, being up close and personal to this tribute to Jesus Christ is truly unparalleled. The country of Brazil holds a lot of pride in this beautiful symbol of devotion to Christianity. After appreciating the breathtaking views of the city from atop the mountain, you will descend by train and head back to your hotel for the night.

    Overnight in Rio de Janeiro

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    Day 8  RIO DE JANEIRO

    A visit to Rio de Janeiro wouldn’t be complete without celebrating the vibrancy of the city through learning traditional dance. You will take a 2-hour lesson to learn how to Samba at one of the most prestigious dance academies in Rio de Janeiro. This regional dance of Brazil draws influence from its African roots, allowing your body to be taken over by the beats and rhythm of the drums. Classes are generally comprised of a couple dancing Latin rhythms such as samba salsa, bolero, lambada and forró; these classes provide a wonderful social atmosphere, filled with tons of laughter and fun.

    After a morning spent perfecting your moves, you’ll head to Santa Teresa, one of Rio's oldest neighbourhoods for the second part of the day. Santa Teresa offers majestic views of Rio’s main attractions. Considered the Bohemian section of Rio de Janeiro, the neighborhood is filled with artists, expatriates, writers and even international fugitives; it was once the home of the famous British train robber Ronnie Biggs. Picturesque and village-like, Santa Teresa is filled with vividly painted turn- of-the-century houses and the famous antique Bonde, the tram line in Rio de Janeiro that clatters its way through the winding cobblestone streets. Film lovers will remember the Bonde as the streetcar seen in the movie Black Orpheus, an Oscar winning film using Rio’s Carnaval as inspiration behind the retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: While the tram is out of operation for a complete overhaul, we will go up to Santa Teresa in minibuses and vans that are following the route of the tram. You will still see the tram, but it cannot be used until all construction is complete.

    At the end of the day’s tour we will stop for some much needed relaxation time at the Santa Teresa hotel. Here, you will view the beautiful and romantic Rio sunset, have the option of snacks and drinks, and visit Le Spa for a splendidly enticing massage.

    Optional 30 minutes massage at Le SPA (Santa Teresa Hotel) USD 145 per person - Located in Santa Teresa, one of the most charming neighborhoods in Rio de Janeiro. Le Spa invites you to an intimate experience where the all the tension brought on by your travels will melt away at the hands of a professional masseuse. Allow this moment turn in to a feeling of complete wellness in both body and mind.

    LE SPA RITUAL Full body massage that uses a perfect blend of Swedish massage techniques, lymphatic drainage, shiatsu, stretching and traction. A revitalizing treatment for a pure sensation of energy and deep relaxation.

    Overnight in Rio de Janeiro

    Day 9 RIO DE JANEIRO DEPARTURE

    Begin your final day in Rio with a buffet breakfast at the hotel's restaurant. After you dine, we’ll take a morning excursion to visit Hippie Fair and H. Stern Jewellers The tour will be 4-hours in length. While it’s official name is Feira de Artesanato de Ipanema, or Ipanema Handicrafts & Arts Fair, locals still refer to it by its more colloquial name: the Hippie Fair. Since the 1970’s, vendors gather every Sunday to sell traditional foods of Brazil, handmade art, Brazilian musical instruments, and many other souvenirs. It’s the perfect place to find a small token to bring home or to simply walk around on a casual Sunday morning. After spending some leisure time at the fair, we will pass by the H. Stern Museum where you will watch as metal and raw stones are transformed into works of luxury art and design. Attend a private "behind the scenes" visit to the H. Stern jewellery workshop for a step by step view of the delicate and laborious process of jewelry making from the selection and of the raw gemstones to the design and creative process of an exclusive collection.

    Departure transfer from hotel to Rio de Janeiro airport

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    TOUR LODGING INFO:

    Accommodation will be provided on a twin sharing bases

    CITY NO OF NIGHTS SUPERIOR HOTELS

    Buenos Aires 03 Nights  Patios de San Telmo / Amerian Portal del  Iguassu

    Iguassu 02 Nights  Yvy Boutique Hotel

    Rio De Janeiro 03 Nights  Windsor Excelsior-Sup Room


    Tour Package Includes

    Accommodation on a twin sharing basis at listed hotels (or similar, based on avail.)

    All currently applicable taxes

    All transfers

    Daily breakfast 1 lunch and 1 dinner (as per itinerary)

    All sightseeing & entrance fees covered in itinerary

    Iguassu National Park entrance fee, Argentina

    Morning city tour to Sugarloaf Mountain

    Cooking class in Rio

    Visit to Corcovado

    2 hour morning Samba class in Rio

    Morning visit to Bohemian Fair and H. Stern Jewellery

    English speaking local, female guide (based on availability)

    Tour Package Does Not Include

    International and domestic flights

    Meals not mentioned as being included

    Beverages with meals

    Tips and gratuities

    Passport and visa fees

    Items of a personal nature and souvenirs

    Optional tours Tips & gratuities

    Travel Insurance

    Items not mentioned as being included


    Terms & Conditions Indus Travels Inc. in return for full payment by you of the amount specified, shall arrange for the transportation, accommodations, and other services specified (in the Booking Form and any supplemental documents) and as included in this brochure as and to the extent you have selected them, and subject to the following terms and conditions: PROCEDURES When you have finalized your plans, please read the terms and conditions below as your booking is subject to these Terms and Conditions. A contract is formed once your signed Booking Form and deposit is received by Indus Travels and we accept and confirm the booking. Please note that travel arrangements are not confirmed until slated in writing by Indus Travels Inc. PAYMENT A deposit of 25% of the tour price per person is required within seven (7) calendar days of issuance by us to you of an invoice. The balance of the cost must be paid (and received in Indus Travels office) 45 days prior to the first day of the tour. If the final balance is not received on time, Indus Travels reserves the right to tear the booking as cancellation by you. If the booking is cancelled by you in this manner, your deposit shall be treated as a cancellation charge to cover Indus Travels' costs. If you book the tour within 45 days prior to the start of the tour, the full amount must be paid when the booking is confirmed. CHANGES BY YOU If you request any changes to your travel arrangements once we have confirmed a booking, all out of pocket charges, including charges imposed by our suppliers, will be payable by you, plus an amendment fee of $50.00 per revision per booking. If after the commencement of your tour you request any changes to your travel arrangements, we will do our best to implement them, but we cannot guarantee that it will be possible. In the event of such change(s) being made, you'll be liable for any cancellation charges that may be levied for the previously booked service and for any costs incurred by us and our suppliers in attempting to secure any revised arrangements, any name changes must be provided to us in writing and are subject to any airline fees or penalties. CANCELLATION BY YOU You may cancel your booking at any time prior to commencement of the tour by notifying us in writing, which must be signed by the person that signed the Booking Form. If you cancel on or before 45 days the first day of the tour, we'll retain your deposit to cover our costs. In addition, if the cancellation notification is received less than 45 days prior to the first day of the tour, additional cancellation charges shall be as follows: Amount of cancellation charges 45-30 Days before arrival - 50% 29 - 15 Days before arrival - 75% Less than 14 Days before arrival - 100%* (* Cancellation conditions for Maldives may differ) CANCELLATION BY US & MAJOR CHANGES Indus Travels reserve the right to cancel the tour and/or to make changes to the travel arrangements. Such cancellations and/or changes are sometimes necessary due to circumstances beyond our control. If your tour is cancelled, we will notify you in writing at the earliest possible date and will refund all amounts you have paid to us. OUR LIABILITY IN SUCH A CASE IS LIMITED TO A RETURN TO YOU OF ANY AMOUNTS YOU HAVE PAID US. If we make major changes prior to your departure, you have the right to cancel and receive a full refund. If a major change is made we will notify you at the earliest possible date and may cancel the tour in writing up to the date of the commencement of the tour. If you do not notify us in writing of a cancellation, then you shall have accepted the changes. ALTERATIONS TO THE TOUR Occasionally non major changes may be made to your travel arrangements which we reserve the right to do at any time and we will advise you at the earliest possible date. These changes may be the result of force majeure or similar reasons beyond our control, delays in departure, weather conditions, over bookings or closer of a hotel, strikes, riots, decisions by state government or tourist organizations, altering the itinerary, the duration of time spent at a location or even omitting a destination or part of the itinerary due to the local situation. In such cases we will offer comparable alternative arrangements, if possible, but if not, will make an appropriate refund to you commensurate with the nature of the change. PRICES All prices are based on either CAD or US dollars. Once your booking is accepted by us, we will not make any changes to your price after you have paid the final balance. Prior to the time you pay the final balance, we may revise the tour solely due to increased transportation costs, including costs of fuel and any currency fluctuation. No such revisions shall amount to more than 15% of the tour price. If you do not wish to accept the changes, you'll be entitled to cancel the tour with a full refund of all amounts you have paid us. OUR LIABILITY IN SUCH A CASE IS LIMITED TO A RETURN TO YOU OF ANY AMOUNTS YOU HAVE PAID TO US. RESPONSIBILITIES Indus Travels does not own or operate any of the accommodation or transport or other facilities used connection with the tours. We therefore are not liable for the conduct, actions or negligence of those parties or their staff, employees or agents. We do accept responsibility for our employees only. When you travel with an airline, the Those conditions are the subject of International Agreements and may limit or exclude liability. Indus Travels makes arrangements with airlines, hotels and other independent parties to provide you with the travel services included in the tour. These parties are independent suppliers over whom we have no direct control. We are not liable for personal injury, property damage or for any other loss, claim or damage in the event of any failure by any person or company to render any transportation, accommodation or travel service which is part of the tour, or for the expenses incurred due to delays caused by weather, strikes, war, civil disturbances, natural disasters, flight delays, government actions, mechanical failures, acts of God, or any other such condition or event. We can not and do not assume any responsibility or liability for flight delays, cancellations or missed connections and are not liable for any expenses or consequences resulting there from. In no event shall Indus Travels be responsible for incidental or consequential losses or damages. DISCLAIMER You, and each party traveling in your tour and named in the booking form, expressly acknowledge that you are cognizant of all risks of travel and arrangements for trips of this nature and fully disclaim, waive and discharge Indus Travels (including its officers, members, directors and employees) from any and all liability, claims, damages, loss or responsibilities (including damage to or loss of your property or your injury or death) with regard to the proposed tour and re subject to the laws, customs and regulations of the countries in which these services are rendered. You acknowledge that you and each member of your tour group are solely responsible for determining that you are in sufficient good health to undertake the tour. You also acknowledge that you are aware that conditions in other destinations are not as advanced as in North America and that you understand and assume the risks associated with traveling in some countries . As an example, vehicles are not likely to be equipped with seat belts or other passenger restraints. You also acknowledge that parties who might require special assistance may have to make their own arrangements and should consider whether the tour is appropriate. There are some countries do not have special accommodations such as ramps for wheelchairs nor does it have special accommodations for the blind or deaf. If your tour includes any bus transportation, you should be aware that there may be a minimum age (usually 7 years old) for such travel. It shall be your obligation to make us aware of any such situations. If a particular hotel is unavailable, an equivalent hotel of the same standard shall be offered. PASSPORTS AND VISAS All passengers and travelers are responsible for securing proper documentation prior to joining the tour. Passports are required. US and Canadian passport holders require separate visas for countries they intend to visit and passengers and travelers are advised to check with respective consulates and/or visa agencies for full details. YOUR TOUR PRICE EXCLUDES Travel costs to arrive at the starting point of the tour. The cost of personal items such as laundry, drinks, incidentals etc. Airport security charges if levied by any airport to cover the cost of security arrangements. Airport taxes. Optional excursions. Costs of visas and passports Gratuities for service provided on a personal basis Meals other than specified Excess baggage charges TERMS AND CONDITIONS The payment of your deposit shall constitute consent to all provisions contained under these general information,


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