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We will fulfil your dreams and will reach upto your expectations !
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From the earth to sky !
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YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE TAKE CHANCES !
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You have to taste a culture to understand it !
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We feel obliged to introduce our ambitious venture “The Walk Travel Discover & Adventure” as an entity which takes care of any requirement tour and travel of its esteemed clients at global level. Since inception, in 2015,The Walk has been venturing into new geographic arena and making utmost effort to make the best deal available to its customers.
The Walk is made with rest and relaxation in mind for family and corporate travelers similarly enthusiasm and passion for young explorer. With the sheer range of destinations and superb leisure facilities and an unparalleled selection of holiday packages we customize requirements to give our customers and their families not just holidays but memories.

WHY ‘WALK’ ?

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In The Walk,we have taken up the challenging task of planning these tours for corporate focusing on their individualistic needs. We understand and analyze the purpose of their tour and then work out every intricate detail starting from pre departure parties to post departure arrangements.Our team remains with the group for the full duration of the tour.
Our MICE Team proposes innovative ideas to help conduct these tours more cost effectively and efficiently from choosing star hotels close to the meeting venue, competitive airfares, cuisine best suited to the Indian palate and the best sightseeing programs. Our primary focus is to give the travelers their money’s worth so they remain our trusted clients.

Vision:

To be the most admired Travel Company

Our Mission:

By offering a first class, personal service to our travelers with best Travel experience.

Values:

  • Integrity:We are committed to honesty, loyalty, and a high standard of ethical conduct.
  • Customer-Focused:We are committed to providing the highest level of customer service. We extend this to our agents, their customers and our preferred suppliers.
  • Performance -Oriented:We believe our success depends upon our leadership and management teams’abilities to focus and execute their mission on schedule.
  • Teamwork:We believe in building and maintaining long-term, professional, win-win relationships with our employees, preferred partners, and all our business partners in order to achieve mutual success.
  • Excellence:We are committed to being a high performance organization by staying focused on total customer satisfaction. We continuously analyze our processes and ourselves in order to become the best of the best.
  • Imagination: We constantly look for ways to improve and find a better way, We are not afraid of failure and learn through our mistakes.
Northern Arizona

Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Page, Chinle and Petrified Forest You have read about it, heard about it, and dreamt about it. Now it’s time to experience it. Northern Arizona is a traveler’s dream, featuring some of the world’s most famous attractions including the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Canyon de Chelly and the Petrified Forest. 

Day 1

Your journey begins just two hours north of Phoenix in Flagstaff, northern Arizona’s largest city. Drive north on Highway 89 to visit the Colorado Plateau’s most recent volcanic eruption, Sunset Crater National Monument (:30) which erupted sometime between AD 1064 and 1180. Hike Lava Flow Trail, a simple, one-mile loop trail that is well worth your time. Afterwards, follow the loop road through the incredible ever-changing scenery and into Wupatki National Monument, where you’ll discover the ruins of large ancient pueblos. Be sure to stop by the Monument’s Visitors Center which is a great place to enjoy a picnic lunch or take a leisurely walk. If you have time, visit some of the other pueblos. The turnoffs from the main road are well marked. When the sun goes down, take advantage of one of Flagstaff’s many dining establishments in Historic Downtown. Try the urban and hip Pasto restaurant and then wander over to the Mogollon Brewing Company where you’ll “cure what ale’s ya”. Be sure to sample their Prickly Pear Vodka – you’ll be glad you did! Overnight in Flagstaff 

Day 2

Discover one of the Seven Wonders of the World with a visit to Grand Canyon National Park. Enjoy an early breakfast and drive north on US 89 towards AZ 64, the seldom-crowded East entrance of the park (1:00). Leisurely explore the Canyon’s Desert View Drive, the longest stretch of road open to the public along the South Rim. Visit Desert View Watchtower, designed by renowned architect Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter, just past the East Rim entrance. Don’t miss Lipan Point and Grandview Point for more breathtaking views. After lunch, hop on the free shuttle that runs continuously to various view points. Visit Canyon View Information Plaza where you will find informative exhibits about the Grand Canyon. Stroll around Grand Canyon Village and visit the Kolb Studio. Keep your eyes open for wildlife along the way. Be sure to sit back, relax and take in the sunset at the Canyon. You won’t want to miss the sunrise also, so remember to check for sunrise times in advance. Later, savor a gourmet meal at the historic El Tovar Lodge. Overnight in the National Park or nearby Tusayan. 

Day 3

Did you check for sunrise times? Good. Grab your coffee and watch in awe as the sky transitions from one vibrant color to the next. When you’re ready to depart the Canyon, you’ll drive back to the east entrance and proceed north on US 89 towards Page (2:00). Be sure to stop by the historic Cameron Trading Post, just north of the Grand Canyon National Park turnoff. Try a Navajo Taco and shop for authentic Native arts and crafts. On your way, stop off in Tuba City to see the new Explore Navajo Interactive Museum which premiered at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. The museum is a look at the Navajo people, society and historic contributions. Once in Page, visit the John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum and learn of his Colorado River Voyages back in the late 1800’s. Take a 4- wheel drive trip to remote Canyon “X”, a slot canyon, just a few feet wide but more than 180 feet deep. Later, catch the sun setting over Lake Powell or take a dinner cruise on the Canyon King. Tours can be booked through the museum. Overnight in Page.

Day 4

Take an all-day cruise tour to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, the world’s largest natural bridge (schedules vary by season). This sacred bridge spans 275 feet across the river and reaches 290 feet high. The boat docks and you can take a leisurely, 1 mile walk to the bridge for magnificent photo opportunities. After the relaxing cruise back to Page, enjoy an evening of dining and dancing at the Dam Bar and Grill. Overnight in Page. 

Day 5

Drive eastward toward Chinle (3:00) and experience a couple of Arizona’s scenic roads – AZ 98 and US 191 – along the way. Pack a lunch and take an afternoon jeep tour into Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Canyon de Chelly is home to sheer cliffs and hundreds of Anasazi ruins, as well as modern Navajo homes and farms. Explore the sandy canyon floor while you listen to your Navajo guide speak about his tribe’s past and their way of life. Overnight in Chinle. 

Day 6

Head further south on US 191 towards Ganado. Stop at the Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site (:30). This historic site offers weaving demonstrations and still trades goods with Navajo artisans. You just may catch a glimpse of a trade being made. Continue to the I-40 West towards the Petrified Forest National Park, one of the world’s largest and most colourful concentrations of petrified wood. There are many opportunities to photograph archaeological sites, historic structures and the multi-hued badlands known as the Painted Desert. Continuing west on I-40 you arrive in Flagstaff (1:30) where you will overnight. We recommend a fine dining experience at Brix Restaurant – selected in 2007 as one the “95 Best New Restaurants in the World” by Conde Nast Traveller! 

NORTHERN ARIZONA 

RIO

RIO

Rio de Janeiro never fails to impress us with its modern outlook that reflects its progression through the times of yore. The historic sites, sparkling beaches, green belts and jubilant attitude of the locals embrace the tourists to the world where heaven meets the earth.

Day 1

Rio de Janeiro

Meal: NA

Arrival in Rio de Janeiro. Reception at the Airport. Transfer to your Hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.

Day 2

Reo de janeiro

Meal: Breakfast at the Hotel

Breakfast. Morning at leisure. Afternoon tour to Corcovado and Tijuca Forest. After picking you up from your hotel, we’ll pass the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas (except on Sundays) on our way to reach the Cosme Velho Train cog station, which sits at the bottom of Corcovado Mountain.  Here, we will take the ride up to the top, through the dense Tijuca rain forest to the 38m tall (125ft) Christ Redeemer Statue.  With a panoramic view from the top, the guide will show you the spectacular sights of Rio and the surrounding countryside for approximately 40-60 minutes. After riding the train back down, passengers are returned to their hotels.

Day 3

Rio de Janeiro

Meal: Breakfast at the Hotel

Breakfast. Today get ready for a full day of relaxation.  Pick up from your hotel at evening : “Rio nights are electric. Feel the energy in the air… your heart beats faster…music and fun are key ingredients of Rio’s exciting nightlife!” This atmosphere is brought to life at Plataforma’s nightly Carnaval Parade!  Indulge in a traditional Brazillian Barbecue dinner featuring marinated grilled meats and local delicacies. Following dinner, enjoy prime seating for the Plataforma 1 Samba Show… an experience of live music, brilliant costumes, rhythmic drumming and unbelievable dancing.

Day 4

Rio de Janeiro – Iguazu Falls

Meal: Breakfast at the Hotel

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport for your flight to Iguazu Falls. Reception at the Airport. Transfer to your Hotel.   Later pick up from your Hotel Lobby to go to the Brazillian side of the Falls, located 24 kilometers from downtown Foz do Iguaçu. Arrival to the Visitors Center, at the entrance of the Iguassu National Park, about 10 kilometers from the city center.  After passing through the Center, the visits continue, now inside the National Park, along a paved road that will take us to the magnificent Iguassu Falls. There, happens the walking tour along the catwalk measuring one kilometer of easy hike. Along this easy trek, there are several gorgeous panoramic views of the Falls and other main falls.

day to see Skye. Stopover in Lochalsh or Isle of Skye 

Day 5

Iguazu Falls

Meal: Breakfast at the Hotel

After Brekfast, early in the Morning, get your cameras ready because a memorable experience awaits you as you explore this natural wonder of the world. The 200,000 year old falls span across the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay and are known to pour over 400,000 gallons of water a second onto the rocks below!  We will travel outside the city of Iguassu to the national park where we will spend the day exploring the falls and learning about the history and culture.   We will explore the three tiers of the park to see the falls from different vantages. The lower path leads to the base of the falls where the intense crash of the falls releases a thick mist into the air. The upper path leads to incredible panoramic views of the falls from an extensive footbridge, also an unforgettable experience.  You will be guided throughout the tour but will have lots of free time to take pictures, enjoy the nature and see the falls at your own pace.   At the end of the tour we will all meet back up for transportation back to the hotel.

Day 6

Iguazu Falls – Buenos Aires

Meal: Breakfast at the Hotel

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires. Arrival and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.

Day 7

Buenos Aires

Meal: Breakfast at the Hotel

After breakfast pick up from your hotel lobby to see Buenos Aires.We will see the symbol of our city – The Obelisk, visit different city squares such as Plaza de Mayo, Plaza San Martín, and Plaza Congreso, and ride along several avenues such as Corrientes Ave., May Ave, 9 of July Ave., among others. The tour will take you to such historical neighborhoods as La Boca, San Telmo, and Montserrat, as well as the elegant neighborhoods of Palermo and Recoleta, and the modern Puerto Madero. We will visit some parks such as Lezama and Tres de Febrero, as well as the famous Football Stadium. After the tour return to the Hotel to rest and later get ready to go and enjoy of a beautiful Tango show at Complejo Tango which is located in the traditional neighborhood of Balvanera, an old place of poets and compadritos: Complejo Tango lodges  1200m that breathes Tango in every corner.  Built in 1895 and following the age details, the house amazes with its huge lounge of oak floors, the blocksmithing of its conventillo balconies and the luxury of its academic rooms. Accompanied by an orchestra of renowned maestros, every evening a distinguished cast of professional dancers and singers employ their art to narrate the history of tango in five memorable scenes that provide the perfect after-dinner entertainment. You’ll enjoy an optional and free tango lesson, a great 03 course dinner with beverages.  Then Transfer to the Hotel.

GREECE

Experience endless miles of aquamarine coastline, sun-bleached ancient ruins, strong feta and stronger ouzo. The Greek landscape thrills, and Greek people are passionate about politics, coffee, art and gossiping. 

Day 1

Athens & the Acropolis

Arrive in Athens and get settled in your hotel. Especially if you’ve had a long flight, stretch your legs with a walk to the Acropolis to see the Parthenon. If you’d like to combine culture and coffee, head for the Acropolis Museum (art-course sculptures and a great cafe). On the way, you’ll get a glimpse of the Theater of Dionysos, the ground zero of Greek drama. After that long flight, and long walk (and, perhaps, a short nap!), how about a stroll along Adrianou (Hadrian) Street, the main drag in Plaka (where all too many “Greek” souvenirs are made in China) and dinner under a shady plane tree at the long-time favorite, the Platanos Taverna. If you like tortoises, you might spot one in the adjacent garden of the Museum of Popular Greek Music Instruments.

Day 2

Athens & Santorini

Check out the gold masks, jewelry, and sculptures, at the National Archaeological Museum. Then head to the Ancient Agora to experience the Temple of Theseus and the business and political hub of ancient Athens. En route, you’ll also experience a good deal of the hubbub of souvenir peddlers (knock-off handbags and watches, bizarre rubber tomatoes and fried eggs) who hang out along Adrianou Street. There are lots of cafes where you can grab a cold drink, but keep an eye on your purse and camera: this is a favorite haunt of pickpockets. Perhaps lunch at Oraia Ellada — great Acropolis views, snacks, reproductions of folk art — in the Plaka. You may want to do a circuit of Syntagma Square, and have a look at the House of Parliament and National Gardens. Take the evening flight or overnight ferry to Santorini. If you take the ferry, set your alarm clock as early as necessary to be on deck when your ship sails past Santorini’s drop-dead amazing cliffs. Get a taxi to Oia (Ia) and, after checking in at a hotel there, try Skala for dinner.

Day 3 & 4

Santorini & Crete

If ancient Akrotiri has reopened, you must see it — how many chances will you ever have to walk down ancient streets and peer into frescoed homes last occupied some 3,500 years ago? If Akrotiri is still closed, head for ancient Thira, a mountaintop settlement with 360-degree views over the island and beyond. Spend the rest of the day at Kamari beach, where the pebbles and sand are jet black and there are plenty of cafes for snacks. Have lunch on the beach at Camille Stefani. Later, in Oia, take in sunset and then dinner at the Restaurant-Bar 1800, a restored sea captain’s mansion. On Day 4, perhaps visit a winery and keep an eye out for the low-growing vines near the island’s typical cave houses hollowed into the solidified ash Then you can fly via Athens or take the ferry to Iraklion, Crete. Check into your hotel, stroll around, and grab a patio table for a meal at Loukoulos.

Day 5 & 6

Crete

Go early to visit the heavily — too heavily, many archaeologists say — restored palace of Knossos. Then, have a look at some of the palace’s treasures, including the graceful figurines of snake goddesses and carved vases and frescoes the Archaeological Museum.and then have lunch at the Pantheon in the center of the market. After a siesta, take the walking tour ofIraklion before treating yourself to a meal at the Brillant Gourmet. With only 1 day left, it’s decision time: relaxing on a beach, or seeing more of Crete. You could spend Day 6 touring the charming port town of Chania, with its relatively intact Venetian-Turkish old town; or Phaestos, the second most ambitious Minoan palace. Eat lunch at the restaurant above the Phaetos site, or along Chania’s harbor at the Amphora. Either trip involves a lot of driving — easily 5 hours round-trip — which may make a relaxed beach day pretty irresistible! Take an evening flight back to Athens.

Day 7

Athens or Delphi?

You may prefer to spend a leisurely day taking in more of Athens. Otherwise, why not take a day trip to Delphi (177km/110 miles), one of Greece’s most breathtaking ancient sites. At Delphi, in addition to major attractions such as the Sanctuary of Apollo and the Delphi Museum, you’ll be treated to glorious mountain scenery with vistas off to the Gulf of Corinth. If Delphi seems like too long a day trip, have a relaxing morning and then head off for a swim near the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion. Stay for sunset before heading back to Athens. Whatever you’ve chosen to do, treat yourself to a leisurely dinner when you get back to Athens; if you want to admire the Acropolis while you eat, try a rooftop table at Strofi Tavern.

 GREECE

MOROCCO

MOROCCO

Morocco is a country in North Africa, which combines a multitude of different cultural influences into one unique blend. On a holiday to Morocco you will have the chance to explore a multitude of different experiences, from bustling markets to idyllic beaches.

Day 1

Marrakech

Arrival and transfer to hotel. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 2

Marrakech

Half day sightseeing of Marrakech. Free lunch, and afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 3

Marrakech / Ait Zitoun 900 m.

Transfer to the foot of the Atlas Mountains (40 minutes drive) where we will meet our mules. On the way you can see rich farming of cereals and barley. Arrive at Ait Zitoun, a berber Village situated in Haouz known for olives trees. Then enjoy a 3 hour walk. Lunch packet on the way. Dinner and accommodation at chez l’habitant.

Day 4

Ait Zitoun 900 m/ Ait Hmad 1400 m.

After breakfast, we continue towards the village of Tizgui, from where we will appreciate the nice panoramic view of the plain of Haouz and the Amizmiz region. We will cross the pass of Ait Ahmad where at its foot we will discover a terrace farm and also the villages at mountains flake. 5 hours walk. Lunch on the way and overnight at chez l’habitant. Ait Ahmad : A village constructed with clay and stones in the middle of mineral landscape at 1200 m altitude. This village counts about 200 inhabitants. Life is based essentially on irrigation farming : fruits trees, cereals, legumes and animal breeding.

Day 5

Ait Ahmad 1400 m / Imi n’Tala 1500 m. We continue on the left bank of Amizmiz river. We will be in touch with the local life style of the crossed villages : traditional farming , pastoral life, women work. We will arrive in the middle of the afternoon to ‘chez l’habitant’ where we will take a moroccan bath (Hammam). We will also discover the traditional bread making at our host’s house. Lunch en the route at diner chez l’habitant. After a 5 hour walk we reach Imi n’Tala : A large Berber village and the most important crossed one. Situated on a mountain flake and exposed to the right bank of the Amizmiz valley which provides this village with rich agriculture. Unfortunately none of these villages have electricity nor water but inhabitants’ hospitality remains untouched.

Day 6

Imin’Tala / forester house /Marrakech

We will take a 4 hour walk till we reach Marrakech, enroute we cross many villages constructed of clay. According to the weather, the tour leader has all rights to modify itinerary for security and comfort of the clients. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 7

Marrakech

Day at leisure on half board. Half pension. Diner and overnight at hotel.

Day 8

Marrakech / Departure

Departure Transfer to Airport.

Goa

Variously known as “Pearl of the Orient” and a “Tourist Paradise”, the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan.Goa, the land of golden beaches is a destination which is blessed with loving people. 

Day 1

On arriving at the Goa airport, meet our tour representative who helps you with an assisted transfer to your resort. After the check-in formalities, the day is at leisure. The beach state of Goa is probably the most popular tourist destination of India. White sands, gleaming waters and the swaying palms of Goa, allure around 2 millions of travelers from all around the globe. A former Portuguese colony, Goa still exudes Portuguese charm in its architecture, food and lifestyle. If you wish to have a laid-back vacation, Goa it is! This destination has churches, beaches, forts, wildlife sanctuaries, sumptuous food and more. As the day is at leisure, spend it in the activities of your interest. You can explore the nearby attractions on your own or visit the popular flea-markets. Or, spend the day in visiting the Goan beaches. While the beaches of North Goa (Baga, Anjuna, Vagator, Candolim, Calangute) are full of tourist activity and offer water sports, the South Goa beaches (Agonda, Palolem, Colva, Majorda) are relatively quiet and are ideal for those who wish to enjoy some secluded time. Stay overnight. 

Day 2

Post breakfast, our representative will escort you on a sightseeing trip in Goa. Goa is famous for its exotic beaches, historical forts and ancient churches.  For this, guests would be heading towards North Goa, which is largely visited for Calingute beach, Dona Paula beach and Baga beach. Besides the beaches, sightseeing in this part of Goa also includes visit to some old Goan churches and the majestic Fort Aguada. Post this, move towards Old Goa to feel the real Portugese essence, which the state till now boasts of. Coming first in  this is the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which is one of the best baroque architectures in India. Dedicated  to the infant form of Jesus Christ, the Basilica is believed to be more than 400 years old and is a UNESCO world heritage site. The church is famous for restoring the sacred remains of St Francis Xavier. Museum of Christian Art would be the second in the itinerary.  Located in the convent of St. Monica in Old Goa, the museum is home to some of the best heritage monuments, and is one of its kind in the whole of Asia. Other prominent structures that you would be surely visiting in the vicinity are St Cajetan church, St Francis of Assisi church Se Cathedral church and Church of St. Monica. All these churches display a brilliant architectural heritage of the colonial times. Sightseeing in Old Goa also comprises visit to Solar Souto Maior, which is one of the oldest heritage houses in this part of the state. The property houses an ancient art gallery and also enjoys the privileges of a UNESCO heritage site. After all this sightseeing, drive through the city to its capital Panjim, for lunch. On your way to Panjim,  you can halt at one of the busy streets to shop for gifts and souvenirs. Post a sumptuous lunch at Panjim, head towards Baga beach. Baga Beach in North Goa is one of the most popular beaches in the state, which also offers a wide range of water sports. In the evening, feel free to explore the vibrant street market near Baga. Overnight stay at hotel. 

Day 3

This morning, after having your breakfast, leave for your sightseeing tour to South Goa. Start your tour with a visit to the second largest city of Goa, Margao. The commercial center of Goa, Margao is an alluring destination, dotted with beaches, mansions and bazaars. If you wish to spend relax and rejuvenate in a pleasing ambiance, Margao is the place for you. With Church of the Holy Spirit on one side and Old Portuguese buildings on the other, Largo de Igreja is an attraction hard to miss when in Goa. Built back in the year 1564, Church of the Holy Spirit is one of the grandest churches in Goa. The church features Indian Baroque style architecture which promises to leave every visitor mesmerized. Visit Ancestral Goa, a small Goan village which is dedicated to preserve the art, culture and environment of Goa. The village has a number of art galleries and handicraft centers. The main attraction of the village is the sculpture of Saint Mirabai, which is the longest laterite sculpture in India. The place offers much to its visitors other than beaches and churches. It takes every visitor back to the cultural roots of Goa. Later, visit Menezes Braganza house in Chandor. Built around 350 years back, Menezes Braganza Pereira House is one of the most palatial buildings in Goa. Featuring Portuguese style of architecture, Menezes Braganza house is the most beautiful heritage house in India. The place houses a wide variety of paintings, chandeliers, crystals, period furniture and many more antique items. Set at a distance of around 26 km from Margao, Mangueshi Temple is one of the largest temples in Goa. Also, the temple is one of the most visited temples of Goa. The temple is dedicated to Lord Manguesh, who is an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Spend the evening at the beautiful beaches of South Goa like Colva, Varca and Palolem. After sightseeing around South Goa, return to the hotel. 

Day 4

Post breakfast in the morning, check out of the hotel and drive to the airport (on Sharing basis from the hotel) to board the flight back home. 

GOA

 SWITZERLAND

SWITZERLAND

Switzerland’s tourist attractions are as diverse as its cultural identity. The country is known as a summer and winter sports paradise. It hosts cosmopolitan cities like Geneva, Zurich, Basel, as well as several enchanting towns.

Day 1

(Monday): ZURICH – LUCERNE – MT. TITLIS – INTERLAKEN

We leave Zurich for the charming city of Lucerne, sightseeing and time at leisure before we continue to the mountain resort of Engelberg. A cable car ride to the summit of Mount Titlis (10,000 ft.) brings you up into the high alpine region with glaciers and eternal ice. In the afternoon we drive to Brienz before we reach the holiday resort of Interlaken. Overnight at first class hotel – dinner is on your own.

 

Day 2

(Tuesday): INTERLAKEN – BERNE – GRUYÈRES – GENEVA

We leave Interlaken in the morning after a delicious breakfast and drive along lake of Thun to the swiss capital, Berne, for a city tour. A drive south takes us to the scenic dairy farmlands, to Gruyeres. An informative visit to a milk factory is a further highlight of our day. We continue our drive to the Vaud Riviera and reach Geneva, the most cosmopolitan city of Switzerland. Overnight at superior tourist class hotel – dinner is on your own.

Day 3

(Wednesday): GENEVA – MONTREUX – ZERMATT

After breakfast we start with a city tour of Geneva this morning. In the late morning we leave Geneva and drive to Lausanne and Montreux. We pass by Chillon Castle, the 13th century fortress made famous by Lord Byrons poem. In the afternoon we proceed through the Valais, the valley of the river Rhone with its orchards and vineyards. At Taesch we will board a cogwheel train that takes us to the automobil free mountain resort of Zermatt at the foot of the mighty Matterhorn. Dinner and overnight at first class hotel.

Day 4

(Thursday): ZERMATT – NUFENEN PASS – LUGANO

Morning at leisure in Zermatt – admire the quaint old farm houses and barns, do some shopping, relax or take an optional cogwheel train up to Gornergrat for a spectacular view of the surrounding snow-covered peaks. After noon board the train to Taesch where our bus is waiting to take us over the breathtaking Nufenen Pass into the Italian speaking part of Switzerland, to the garden city of Lugano. Overnight at first class hotel – dinner is on your own.

Day 5

(Friday): LUGANO – LAKE COMO – MALOJA PASS – ST. MORITZ

We leave Lugano and drive along the scenic road to Gandria where we cross the border into Italy. Along the romantic shores of Lake Como, we pass by Menaggio and reach Chiavenna in the lovely Breggaglia Valley. In Castasegna we re-enter Switzerland and drive thirteen hairpin bends over the Maloja Pass. Passing by crystal blue Lake Sils and Silvaplana we reach the world-renowned mountain resort of St. Moritz in the late afternoon. (Italian Visa necessary for some nationalities). Dinner and overnight at first class hotel.

Day 6

(Saturday): ST. MORITZ – VADUZ – ZURICH

We leave St. Moritz in the morning and cross the Fluela Pass to reach Davos. In the capital of Principality of Liechtenstein, Vaduz, there will be time for lunch and for sightseeing. This tiny country with the mighty castle, which is the home of the present Prince and his family, attracts visitors from all over the world. In the afternoon we will return to Zurich through the Toggenburg region with its picturesque farmhouses. Arrival in Zurich at approx 5 pm.

SCOT LAND

Come and discover Scotland, world-famous for its awesome scenery, vibrant culture and spectacular heritage. It’s a land packed with brilliant moments, those sights that make your break truly memorable, especially in 2015, our Year of Food & Drink. 

Day 1

Arrive in Edinburgh and take in some of the city’s magical atmosphere by following guide to the city’s many historical, cultural, supernatural, culinary and convivial charms. If the weather is good, try following our directions for walks around the Botanic Gardens or along the leafy riverside pathways of the Leith Walk. The guide also includes a choice of day trips to the surrounding area by car, bus or train. Stopover in Edinburgh. 

Day 2

Leave Edinburgh to travel west for a visit to Stirling Castle before embarking on aroute through the rolling hills & lochs of the Trossachs. From the Trossachs to Pitlochry, you are guided on a route that passes mountains, waterfalls, pretty villages and distilleries. Stopover in Pitlochry area. 

Day 3

The day starts with the chance to visit the castle which boasts its own private Further north, the route passes through the beautiful Rothiemurchus Forest and travels along the western edge of the Cairngorm Mountains. The day ends in the Inverness area after a journey that passes one of Scotland’s most interesting historical sites, Culloden. If you arrive in Inverness early, you may wish to follow our directions for a tour of the Black Isle. Stopover in Inverness / Black Isle area .

Day 4

You start with a drive along the northern shores of Loch Ness, but we don’t stay with main tourist trail, and instead we guide you into the dramatic scenery of Wester Ross to show you some of our favourite viewpoints. We also provide an alternative set of directions that follow a more direct route along the Great Glen before turning west towards the mountains of Kintail and Eilean Donan Castle. On arrival at Lochalsh, you may manage to include some sightseeing time on Skye. The itinerary includes a touring route of the island, however, we recommend that you allow at least 1 full day to see Skye. Stopover in Lochalsh or Isle of Skye 

Day 5

Return to the mainland with options to go via the Skye bridge or the more romantic crossing to Mallaig. Today’s travelling takes you past Glencoe to Argyll and the area around Oban, but we have suggested some detours and alternative roads so that you may visit parts of Scotland that most tourists bypass. The journey ends in the lively harbour town of Oban, “Gateway to the Isles”, where some of the best seafood restaurants in Scotland are found. Stopover in Oban / Appin are 

Day 6

Travel back to Glasgow via Loch Lomond or along a quieter route past the shores of Loch Eck, with a possible stop at a great little pub where you can enjoy a drink whilst cooling your feet in the Loch. Stopover in Glasgow / Loch Lomond Area OR Edinburgh. 

SCOT LAND

 HIMACHAL PRADESH

HIMACHAL PRADESH

Himachal Pradesh is an enchanting part of the Indian Himalayas and is often referred to as the magical showcase of nature’s splendors. Verdant green meadows and wide valleys set against imposing snow-clad mountains; fruit laden orchards and gentle terraces of corn and tea all characterize this state.

Day 1

Delhi – Manali ( 580 kms) ( By Overnight Bus or By Private Car)

Travel by surface from Delhi to Manali. On arrival check in at hotel. Rest of day free for independent activities. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2

 

Manali Local Sight

Morning half day city tour visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht Village and Tibetan Monastery. Afternoon free,Overnight at hotel.

Day 3

Manali – Rohtang Pass – Manali

Today full day excursion visiting Kothi Gorge, Gulaba, Marhi, Rohtang Pass (Upto Snow Line in case Rohtang is closed due to snow fall) and Sollang Valley. Overnight at hotel.

Day 4

Manali – Manikaran (85 kms)- Kullu (45 kms). Today full day excursion visiting Manikaran. Manikaran has the World’s hottest Suplhur Spring Waters and is a holy place for Hindus & Sikhs alike. Return back to Kullu town enroute visiting the famous Kullu Shawl Industry. On arrival check in at hotel. Evening free to visit Kullu town. Overnight at hotel.

Day 5

Kullu – Dharmshala ( 200 kms)

Travel by surface from Kullu to Mc Leodganj (Dharamsala). On arrival check in at hotel. Evening half day city tour visiting Dal Lake, Church, Bhagsu Nag Temple and Tibetan Monastery. Overnight at hotel.

Day 6

Dharmshala

Today full day excursion visiting Jawalmukhi Temple & Chintpurni Temple – these temples are one of the 51 Shaktipeeths. Also visit Kangra Town. Overnight at hotel.

Day 7

Dharmshala – Pathankot (90 kms)

Check out from the hotel. Later transfer to Pathankot railway station to board night train for onward destination.

MICE

MICE is an acronym for the Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions tourism segment. This is therefore a business-oriented segment, involving obligatory (or non-discretionary) travel. The Incentives part of MICE is the odd one out – though it is related to business, as it is usually provided to employees or dealers/distributors as a reward, it tends to be leisure based. 

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