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JAVA Unveiled. Volcanoes, Temples and Beaches

Yogyakarta

₹23,000.00

Explore spectacular ancient temples, magnificent smoking volcanoes & be immersed in rich Javanese culture and heritage. Experience Indonesia’s most attractive archaeological wonders in the cultural capital of Yogyakarta, Borobudur and Prambanan. Take a 4x4 jeep-ride along the slopes of an active volcano and venture into the spectacular vertical cave to have a glimpse of the “Heaven’s Light”. Explore the undisturbed & photogenic beaches of Yogya’s southern coastline. With picturesque landscapes and boundless nature, there’s really no reason to resist. Whether you’re a daredevil adventurer, culture-vulture or a shopaholic, Java doesn’t disappoint you! Join us & discover the Heart and Soul of Java with us! HIGHLIGHTS:- ✓ Walk up to Sikunir Hills viewpoint from where we can see up to 8 volcanoes on a clear day ✓ 4x4 off-road jeep ride to Mt. Merapi volcano ✓ Hike to Telaga Warna, the color changing lake ✓ Sikidang Crater, an open sulfur crater with angry bubbling mud and bellowing steam. ✓ Prambanan, the most beautiful Hindu temple built in 10th century ✓ Borobudur Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the World ✓ Kraton, the official residence of the Sultan of Yogyakarta – a living museum for the Javanese culture. ✓ Taman Sari, a beautiful ancient water castle ✓ Instagrammer's Day. Visit iconic Instagram-worthy spots ✓ Gondla ride at Timang Beach ✓ Ride on Odong-Odong, an adorably designed, illuminated vehicle ✓ Beach-hopping ✓ Walk on the flimsy suspension bridge to a small island, while enjoying the view of the waves crash against the rocks below ✓ Goa Jomblang, you'll be lowered down into a vertical abyss about 30 meters to the underneath of the cave. Every caving enthusiast’s wish realized ✓ Take a lazy river adventure, floating on inflatable tubes down the river in a cave filled with bats, swallows, and stalactites ✓ Puncak Becici which made headlines when Obama & his family visited during their holiday in Indonesia ✓ Stay with the locals at their home ✓ Local cuisine - Nasi Goreng, Cap Cay, Oseng-Oseng, etc TRIP DATES:- Start Date: April 30, 2019 (Tuesday) End Date: May 05, 2019 (Sunday) Pick-up/Drop-off at Adisucipto International Airport (JOG), Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Pls ensure that you arrive before 11AM on Day 01 & book your return ticket after 4:00PM on Day 06. TRIP COST:- INR 23,000 per person These rates are for Indian Nationals only. ✓ The trip will have a maximum of 14 members (13 participants + 01 facilitator) ✓ Suitable for singles / solo travelers / small group of friends / couples ✓ Suitable for members between the age group of 16-55 years. We do take members above 55 years too based on their physical fitness. Please confirm your participation by paying INR 5000 (Non-refundable Booking Fee**) to book your seat. Rest to be paid 30 days before the tour start date. INCLUSIONS:- ✓ Comfy stay on double / triple sharing basis in Homestays/Guesthouses. Married couples get a separate room ✓ Breakfast ✓ Group airport transfer for arrival & departure in Yogyakarta airport ✓ Local sightseeing by an exclusive mini-bus ✓ Entry Fees to Prambanan & Borobudur temples ✓ Merapi 4x4 jeep-ride charges ✓ Local English Speaking Guide, where required ✓ Service charges & Taxes EXCLUSIONS:-  International airfare, Visa arrangements, Overseas Insurance  Lunch & Dinner Expense - We’ll be eating at roadside restaurants which are generally inexpensive. A great way to experience the local cuisine.  Snacks, Beverages, Bottled water, etc  Entry tickets to places of interest other than Prambanan & Borobudur temples  Camera charges  Activities like photo-spot entry, paragliding, biking, caving, cave-tubing, ATV ride, horse cart ride, gondla ride, etc  Additional cost arising due to mishaps, political unrest, natural calamities  Personal expenses  Any item not specified in the ‘Inclusions’ For detailed itinerary, email us at [masked] or Call/WhatsApp at[masked]

Chitkul, the last Indian village

Chitkul

₹18,500.00

The quaint village of Chitkul, the last inhabited Indian village before the Indo-China Border at 11,320 feet high offers a distinctive connection with nature and unforgettable experience. Breathe in the fresh mountain air, and soak in the tranquil environment. The sights, sounds and smells are all as nature intended, truly magical destination for the nature enthusiasts. With snow-strewn mountains, pristine gurgling rivers, beautiful temples, traditional Kinnauri-style slate-roofed houses, this village is a perfect escape. Chitkul is sure to hypnotize the visitors with its pristine and untouched beauty. Rivers, streams, mountains, forests, meadows and apple orchards, this hidden gem has everything! We set on a short trek to Nagasathi along a marked pathway with the stupendous snow-strewn mountains to your company. It takes roughly about an hour to reach Nagasathi, the last village on the old Hindustan-Tibet trade route beyond which the entry is prohibited. The entire trekking route is adorned with the post-card picture-perfect sceneries with Baspa flowing to the right, surrounded by lofty snow-clad peaks, gurgling streams from the melting glaciers and lavish green meadows. We spend 2 nights in this pretty village. After paying tributes to the 500 years old Goddess Mathi temple in the Chitkul, we proceed to Sangla, a picturesque small town at 9050 feet high with the Baspa River flowing alongside that is sure to take your breath away. Sangla valley is widely acknowledged as one of the “most beautiful valleys in the Himalayas”. The valley offers never-ending sight of the Himalayan Mountains covered with dense cedar forest and many glacial streams gushing through the motorways. Here, we visit the ancient Kamru Fort and Temple dedicated to the Goddess Kamakhya Devi. We also make a visit to the nearby village of Rakchham. We set-off to apple-orchard dotted Kalpa, another gem of a village. Kalpa is said to be the winter abode of Lord Shiva. Truly, he couldn’t have found a better place than this haven for himself with entrancingly majestic views of the Kinner Kailash and Jorkandan Peaks looming right above the village. We make a visit to the Buddhist monastery and the Hindu Narayan-Nagini temple here. We then return to Shimla and thence to New Delhi. DATES:- Start Date: Saturday, 11th May 2019 End Date: Thursday, 16th May 2019 The participants are requested to reach NEW DELHI by 8PM on Day 00 (10th May) so that we all can leave to SHIMLA by 10PM. We return to New Delhi on Day 07 (17th May), early morning. COST:- INR 18500 per person  The trip will have a maximum of 14 members (13 participants + 01 facilitator).  Suitable for singles / solo travelers / small group of friends / couples  Suitable for members between the age group of 16-55 years. We do take members above 55 years too based on their physical fitness. Please confirm your participation by paying INR 5000 to book your seat. Rest to be paid 30 days before the trip start date. INCLUSIONS:-  Comfy, simple accommodation on double / triple sharing basis depending on the room size in Home-stays / Guesthouses  Meal starts with Breakfast on 1st Day and ends with the Lunch on the 6th Day, as mentioned in the Itinerary.  All transfers / sightseeing trips by a Toyota Innova or a similar vehicle  Volvo AC Bus from New Delhi & return  Permits, Toll Taxes, Parking Charges  Guide charges, wherever required.  All applicable taxes & service charges EXCLUSIONS:- × Train fare / Air fare × Food / Snacks other than mentioned above × Camera charges, Entry Fees in places of interest × Additional cost arising due to mishaps, political unrest, natural calamities × Personal expenses × Any item not specified in the ‘Inclusions’. For detailed itinerary & booking, email us at [masked] or call / WA at[masked]

Sikkim Uncovered - North Sikkim & Silk Route

North Sikkim

₹25,500.00

Sikkim is one of the smallest states in India, blessed with mountains, lakes, rivers, glaciers & dense forests. Sikkim is still virgin and is attracting all kinds of people. Join us in this trip to the mystic wonderland of Sikkim - this well kept secret in the lap of the Himalayas will leave you dumbfounded. HIGHLIGHTS:- - Thangu (13,625 feet), a pictorial high altitude village of Tibetan Nomads & proceed further to Chopta Valley (13,325 feet) to get some stupendous views of alpine valley & enchanting Teesta River. - Gurudongmar Lake (17100 ft), one of the holiest & highest fresh water lake in Sikkim; situated just 5 kms from China. - Yumthang (11800 ft). Sikkim’s Valley of Flowers, a paradise for nature enthusiasts & botanists with a fascinating blend of flora and fauna and scenic landscapes. - Yumesamdong Valley (15300 ft) popularly known as the Zero Point which means the hindmost frontier of civilization. There are no roads further, is adjacent to the Chinese border. - Lachung, a tiny village at 8075 ft located at the Indo - Tibetan Border and visit the Monastery - Namgyal Institute of Tibetology which was established in 1958 sponsors and promotes research on the religion, history, language, art and culture of the people of the Tibetan culture which includes Sikkim. - Do Drul Chorten, built to commemorate the victory of good over evil m. - Enchey Monastery which is perched on a ridge above Gangtok. Nestled within lush woods with a spectacular view of Gangtok town, the monastery was built in 1910 on the site of the hermitage of the great tantric saint, Lama Drutob Karpo, who was renowned for his powers of levitation. - Tsomgo Lake, a glacial lake at 12400 ft. - New Baba Mandir, a shrine dedicated to a soldier who laid his life - Nathu La Pass, the India China Border (14140 ft) subject to grant of permit by the authorities (at extra cost). - Follow the Silk Route Trail also called Young Husband’s Track as we pass through the holy Kupup Lake. - Jelep La Pass Viewpoint, Old Baba Mandir, Kalapokhari, and Tukla Valley - Gnathang (13500 ft) surrounded by mountains on all sides, a remote valley with a meandering stream crisscrossing it and is home to home to the traditional yak herders migrated from Tibet. - Thambi Viewpoint (11200 ft). From here we can clearly see the zig-zag roads till Dzuluk, a village 3000 ft below. We take a surreal drive down the loops with 32 hairpin bends for the most jaw-dropping rough ride of our life and capture unreal moments to reach Dzuluk. - Visit Kuekhola Waterfalls, Aritar Monastery, Mankhim Viewpoint - Hike down to Lampokhri Lake – an easy 30 minute down hike. DATES:- Start Date: 18th May 2019 (Saturday) End Date: 26th May 2019 (Sunday) Pls ensure that you arrive before 10am on the Start Date and book your return ticket for your train / flight after 4pm on the End Date. TRIP COST:- Rs.25,500/- per person for the entire trip (8 nights / 9 days) The trip will have a maximum of 14 participants only. Please confirm your participation by paying Rs.5,000/- to book your seat. Rest to be paid 30 days before the tour start date. INCLUSIONS:- • Simple accommodation on double / triple sharing basis depending on the room size in standard but comfy Home-stays / Hotels • Meal starts with Dinner on 1st Day and ends with the Breakfast on the 9th Day, as mentioned in the Itinerary. • All transfers / sightseeing trips by a Toyota Innova or a similar vehicle depending on the number of participants. • Permits, Toll Taxes, Parking Charges • Guide charges, wherever required. EXCLUSIONS:- × Train fare / Air fare × Food / Snacks other than mentioned above × Camera charges, Entry Fees in places of interest × Additional cost arising due to mishaps, political unrest, natural calamities × Personal expenses × Any item not specified in the ‘Inclusions’. For detailed itinerary & booking, email us at [masked] or WhatsApp at[masked]

BHUTAN - The Great Himalayan Escape

Bhutan

₹28,500.00

>> An Indian Citizen don’t require a passport or a visa to enter Bhutan << Welcome to the Land of Thunder Dragon, a country where the wealth is measured not by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) but by Gross National Happiness (GNP) – This is Bhutan. This tiny strikingly beautiful Himalayan country, sandwiched between India and China still remains one of the Last Shangri-La with a charm and magic, like nowhere else in the world. Bhutan`s landscape consists of a lofty and rugged mountain ranges separated by deep fertile valleys, while 72 percent is under forest coverage. Through centuries of self-imposed isolation Bhutan has been able to preserve its spectacular environment and nurture its unique culture. We take you on a lifetime journey to this tiny little country with ‘no traffic lights’ which has put happiness of its people before economic growth and set a world standard for environmental preservation. ITINERARY:- Day 01 | Siliguri – Phuentsholing (160 Kms, 4 Hours) Arrival in Siliguri (The nearest railway station is at New Jalpaiguri Railway Station, about 10 kms from Siliguri / and the airport is Bagdogra Airport about 13 kms). We start our trip to the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan by road at 10AM. Transfer to the Bhutan’s border town – Phuentsholing. After reaching Phuentsholing, we carry on with the immigration formalities & check-in to the Hotel. Stroll in the streets of the town. Chat with the locals. Overnight at Phuentsholing. MEAL INCLUDED: Dinner only Day 02 | Phuentsholing – Thimphu (170 Kms, 4.5 Hours) This morning after breakfast, we take the road to Thimphu, the only capital in the world with no traffic lights. The drive to Thimphu is very scenic with many tiny villages on the way. Our drive will pass through Gedu, Chukha, and Chuzom before emerging ourselves into the only multi culture city in Bhutan. We check-in to our hotel / home-stay, and relax rest of the day. Overnight at Thimphu. MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast & Dinner Day 03 | Thimphu Today, we visit National Memorial Chorten, which houses a number of religious paintings and tantric statues. This is where many old local people gather and offer their prayers, chat with each other and pose for the photographs. We then visit Zorig Chusum, the School for Arts and Crafts where the students are taught 13 types of Bhutanese art such as carving, textile weaving, thangka painting and more. We can visit the classrooms and chat with the students. We also visit the National Library housing the collection of Bhutanese scriptures dating back to the 8th century. Also visit, the Folk Heritage Museum which provides visitors with fascinating insights into the Bhutanese material culture and way of life and the Motithang Zoo where we can see Takin, the National Animal of Bhutan. After Lunch, we visit the Textile Museum, the Zilukha Nunnery temple and Tashichho Dzong (depending on the availability of time). Also, walk in to the post office and get a stamp with your face printed on it. We end the day with a visit to the Buddha Point where a giant golden Buddha statue overlooks the city of Thimphu. Walk around in the Thimphu town to see the local life. Try out local alcohol brewed from rice and wheat known as “ARA”. Overnight stay at Thimphu. MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast & Dinner Day 04 | Thimphu – Punakha via Dochu-La Pass (90 km / 3 hrs) Today we depart Thimphu and head to Punakha via Dochu-La Pass. The road climbs steeply through a scenic forest of pine and cedar trees, to Dochu-La pass (10,200 feet). The pass where 108 stupas known as "Druk Wangyal Chortens" have been built offers 360 degree panoramic views of the snow strewn Himalayan mountain ranges. It is also marked by hundreds of Buddhist prayer flags fluttering in the wind. From here we descend to the fertile valley of Punakha (4,430 feet). The drive through the countryside affords a glimpse of everyday life in this most remote of Himalayan kingdom’s. After lunch, we visit Punakha Dzong, the ‘Palace of Great Happiness’ built in 1637 situated at the confluence of 2 rivers. The dzong (fortress) has to be reached by foot and requires crossing an arched wooden bridge. The air is so clear here & the views are breathtaking. You will end up clicking hundreds of pictures here. MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast & Dinner Day 05 | Punakha – Gangtey, Phobjikha Valley (75 km / 2 ½ hrs) Drive to Phobjikha Valley (9,845 feet), a paradise for nature lovers and hikers, so one can enjoy the hike around the remote valley of Phobjikha. Phobjikha valley is one of the winter roosting grounds of the rare Black-necked Cranes, where they come in hundreds after spending their summer in Tibet and then migrates to the Himalayas of Bhutan to spend their winter – they arrive in the months of September and October and remain here for 5-6 months before flying back to Tibet. While the cranes reside in the valley, the village folks are not allowed to make loud noises or fish in the river that runs through the valley. After check in home-stay, visit Black Necked Crane Information Centre which provides all the information about birds. Then stroll in the streets of Gangtey to get the rural life of the people. From Gangtey, one can closely view the picturesque Black Mountain ranges as well as the beautiful Phobjikha valley. Evening, we’ve the option to take hot stone bath. Overnight at Gangtey. MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast & Dinner Day 06 | Gangtey – Punakha (75 km / 2 ½ hrs) Today we visit Gangtey Gompa, the largest and the only monastery of the Nyingmapa sect in Western Bhutan. Later we hike down Ganju Trail to see the ruins of old Ganju village (about 1.5 km). We head back to Punakha and take a 20 minute walk through a small village and the surrounding rice paddies to Chimi Lhakhang, a fertility temple situated on a hill-top. The temple is dedicated to Drukpa Kuenley, known as the “Divine Madman” who lived in the 14th century. From here you will have wonderful views of the entire Punakha Valley and the confluence of the two rivers. We also visit Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Nunnery, perched on a pine-covered ridge overlooking Toebesa, Punakha and Wangduephodrang valleys. This nunnery houses more than a hundred nuns (female monks). They are very friendly and always willing to converse with the visitors. Overnight stay at Punakha. MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast & Dinner Day 07 | Punakha – Paro (125 km / 3 ½ hrs) Start early retracing the drive to Paro. We visit the National Museum, the first of its kind which has a collection from natural history to religious paintings. Visit 17 century Paro Dzong (Fortress) on foot and continue walking through the oldest wooden bridge still in use. Also visit the ancient and holy Kichu Lhakhang, built by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gompo in the 7th century. Evening stroll old Paro town and peep into some local handicrafts stores. Do some souvenir shopping! Overnight at Paro. MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast & Dinner Day 08 | Into the Tiger’s Nest After breakfast, we head to Ramthangka from where we hike to Taktsang Monastery commonly known as Tiger’s Nest, which is built around a cave in which Guru Rimpoche (also known as Guru Padmasambhava) meditated. This magnificent monastery literally hangs from the edge of the rock cliff that plunges 900 meters into the valley below. Have lunch at the cafeteria, enjoying the amazing views of peaks and valleys while relishing your meal. The hike is quite a challenge and takes about 5 hours (both ways). Pony ride is available till the view point but not till the monastery. One can hike up to Cafeteria (exactly midway) for the sheer experience if not able to make it to the monastery. For those of you, who are not for hiking, there are quite a lot of places to visit in Paro to spend the day. After return, if you are left with some energy, stroll in the market of Paro. Overnight stay at Paro MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast & Dinner Day 09 | Paro – Siliguri (300 km / 8 hrs) Today after early breakfast, we bid fond farewell to the amazing kingdom and take the road to Siliguri with the memories of a lifetime trip. We bid good-bye to all the participants. Tour ends. MEAL INCLUDED: Breakfast The itinerary is loosely drafted, and allows you to do as little or as much as you like. This itinerary is just to give you an idea on the tour structure but in no means final and is subject to change. TRIP DATES Start Date: Tuesday, 28th May 2019 End Date: Monday, 22nd April 2019 Pick-up / Drop-off at Siliguri / Bagdogra. Pls ensure that you arrive anytime on Day 00 or latest by 9AM on the Start Date and book your return ticket for your flight after 7PM on the End Date. TRIP COST INR 28,500/- per person for the entire trip Please invite your family and friends to join. The trip will have a maximum of 14 participants only. Please confirm your participation by paying Rs.5000/- to book your seat INCLUSIONS  Comfy accommodation for 8 nights / 9 days on double / triple sharing basis depending on the room size in Home-stays / Hotels / Guesthouses  Meal starts with Dinner on 1st Day and ends with the Breakfast on the 9th Day, as mentioned in the Itinerary.  All transfers / sightseeing trips by Non-AC SUV / Mini-Buses.  Permits, Toll Taxes, Parking Charges  Guide charges, wherever required.  All applicable taxes & service charges EXCLUSIONS  Air fare from/to Siliguri/Bagdogra  Food / Snacks other than mentioned above  Camera charges, Entry Fees in places of interest  Additional cost arising due to mishaps, political unrest, natural calamities like – landslides, road blockage, etc. In such case extra will have to be paid on the spot by the guests directly.  Personal expenses such as laundry, room heater charges, bottled water, soft drinks, incidentals, porter charges, tips, medicines, etc.  Any item not specified in the ‘Inclusions’. IMPORTANT INFORMATION 1. An Indian Citizen don’t require visa to enter Bhutan 2. Indian nationals visiting Bhutan are required to carry any of the two valid 'Travel Documents' (a) Valid Indian Passport having validity of minimum 6 months; and/or (b) Voter Identity Card, issued by the Election Commission of India. 3. 2 recent passport size photograph is required to be submitted. For further details & booking your slot, email us at [masked] or call/ WhatsApp at[masked]

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Sri Lankan Dreams

Srilanka

₹27,500.00

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