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Tour starting from 26-07-2019
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19 Nights / 20 Days

Classical South India Tour

mennakshi temple

Trip Highlights

  • Aurobindo ashram visit at Pondicherry
  • Sound & light show in Madurai
  • Evening Aarti ceremony in Madurai
  • Nature walk / trek in Thekkady
  • Spice plantation tour & market visit in Thekkady
  • Overnight cruise with all meals
  • Kumbalanghi village visit with lunch and
  • Kathakali dance presentation in Cochin

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Chennai - Kanchipuram - Mahabalipuram - Pondicherry - Madurai - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Marari - Cochin

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  • About: Chennai

    IVAT REPRESENTATIVE will meet and assist you upon your arrival at the Chennai airport. Transfer to your hotelcheck in and relax.

    The first British Warehouse came up in 1639 when the British acquired the sandy beach from the local Nayakas on lease. It was called Madraspatinam then. Later by 1654, the Fort St. George was built. Still later the neighboring villages were included in the city which came either as grants or gifts. Triplicane was rented from the Sultan of Golconda in 1676. In 1744 Robert Clive worked as a writer from the Fort, later to become a military man of British Army. The Fort House, which housed the Governor and his council, were added in the 17th Century, the Assembly Hall in 1910 and the Secretariat in 1925.

    All the neighboring areas were merged into the city now known as Madras or as Chennai as it is officially known. Until Independence, Madras was the capital of what in British times was called the Madras Presidency, comprising nearly the whole of South India, including the Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada speaking areas.

    Overnight will be at Chennai.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Chennai

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Proceed for the city sightseeing.

    Santhome Cathedral was built by the Portuguese in the 14th and 15th century and is named after St. Thomas. Historically important, it is one of the pilgrimages for the Christian community.

    Fort St. George, one the first few bastions built by the east India company, marks the beginning of Chennai as a modern city. It occupies a place of pride and prominence in Chennai. This bastion achieved its name from St. George, the patron saint of England. The state legislature and the secretariat are located in Fort St. George. It houses the St. Mary's church the oldest Anglican Church in India which was built in 1680 and the tombstones in its courtyard are the oldest British tombstones in India. The Fort Museum, once a building that housed Chennai's first lighthouse, first commercial bank and first 'club', is now a well-kept repository of tangible memories of early Madras.

    Kapaleeswarar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva; Kapaleeswarar temple has inscriptions from the 13th century A.D. The temple 'Gopuram' (tower) is in the characteristic Dravidian style of architecture. The walls and pillars of temple have very delicate and intricate carvings which depict the scenes from Hindu mythology.

    Overnight will be at Chennai.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Chennai, Kanchipuram, Mahabalipuram

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Drive to Kanchipuram - is the ancient capital of the Pallavas famous as a city of 1000 Temples and still has 124 shrines. The first temple dedicated to Shiva was built in the 7th and 8th century and has paintings on the walls. Temples of Ekambaswara, Kailasanatha, Sri Kamakshi and Varadarajaswamy are of interest. Kanchipuram is also famous for its silks.

    Continue drive to Mahabalipuram A few miles south of Chennai, at Mahabalipuram, on the sandy shores of the Bay of Bengal, a beautiful group of rock-cut monuments evokes the past. This ancient seaport was once the main harbor and naval base of the great Pallava Empire and is today the site of an enchanting seaside assemblage of temples and shrines. It was well known in the 1st century known to Greek traders, and was the Pallavas second city. Though their power waned nearly 1200 years ago, they left a breathtaking legacy in four distinct kinds of sculpture, Rathas (temple chariots), bas-relief sculptural panels, rock-cut caves, and free standing temples.

    Seventh-century carvings of the Pallava dynasty include a series of freestanding boulders carved to resemble small temples and animals. Rock cut caves and a masterful stone bas-relief are nearby. The 'Penance of Arjuna' relief, cut on two huge rocks, shows scores of figures of deities, people and animals including, according to one interpretation, the emaciated figure of Arjuna, the great warrior of the Mahabharata, standing on one leg and doing penance, praying to Lord Shiva for the strength to destroy his enemies. Sadhus of today perform this exact act of sacrificial devotion. On the adjacent beach stands one of South India's oldest temples, the Shore Temple, its foundations washed for twelve centuries by the frothy sea.

    Overnight will be at Mahabalipuram.

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  • About: Mahabalipuram

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Enjoy sightseeing of the city.

    CAVES: There are nine rock-cut temples. The Mahishasuramardhini cave, depicting the goddess fighting a demon on one side and Lord Vishnu's cosmic sleep on the other, is a particularly remarkable one.

    KRISHNA MANDAPAM: A bas-relief, notable for its realistic representation. The panel relates to one of the stories of Lord Krishna.

    ARJUNAS PENANCE: This is the world's largest bas relief measuring 27m X 9m. This huge whale-backed rock contains figures of gods, demigods, men, beasts, birds and almost all of the entire creation. And, this is easily the pride of Mamallapuram.

    The Five Rathas: There are the five monolithic temples, each created in a different style. They are also known as the Pancha Pandava Rathas and four out of The Five Rathas are supposed to have been carved out of a single rock.

    THE Shore Temple: This is one of the oldest temples. Unique about this temple is the fact that it houses shrines for both Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. This belongs to the early 8th century AD and it is a classic example of the first phase of structural temples constructed in pure Dravidian style.

    THE GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND SCULPTURE: Here training is imparted in the various branches of temple art and architecture, according to Silpa Sastra.

    Overnight will be at Mahabalipuram.

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  • About: Mahabalipuram, Pondicherry

    After breakfast drive to Pondicherry. Reach and check into the hotel.

    French dreams of an Indian Empire began and ended in Pondicherry. But in the scattered territories of the Union Territory of Pondicherry there remains what little there is left of the French influence in India and that makes the territory, especially its headquarters, Pondicherry, unique, something quite different from the rest of India. The Union Territory of Pondicherry comprises of 4 coastal regions of Pondicherry, Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam. Pondicherry is on the east coast about 162 km south of Chennai (Madras) located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal. This erstwhile French colony on the east coast of South India merged with the rest of the country in 1954. Legend says that Pondicherry is the place where St. Agasthaya settled down.

    Overnight will be at Pondicherry.

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  • About: Pondicherry

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Start sightseeing of the place with your guide who would even have deep French roots. Visit the immaculate Conception Cathedral that dates back to 1692 and also the Sacred Heart Church on the Southern boulevard with its stately Gothic architecture and beautiful stained glass panels depicting events from the life of Christ.

    If interested visit Aurbindo Ashram, the city of dawn, 10 km north of Pondicherry. It is an international community which has nearly 1800 people from over 30 countries living there. This ashram promotes Aurbindo ideas in bringing about a synthesis of Yoga and modern science, so as to unite the spirit and matter.

    Overnight will be at Pondicherry.

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  • About: Pondicherry, Madurai

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Morning will be in leisure.

    Drive to Villupuram railway station to take train for Madurai. Reach Madurai and check into the hotel.

    One of South India's great temple towns, Madurai is synonymous with the celebrated Meenakshi Temple. Situated on the banks of river Vaigai, Madurai has a rich cultural heritage passed on from the great Tamil era more than 2500 years old. Madurai was an important cultural and commercial centre even as early as 550 AD. Madurai was the Capital city for the great Pandyas kings. Tamil & Greek documents record the existence of Madurai from the 4th Century BC. The city was known to the Greeks through Magathenes who was their ambassador to the court of Chandraguptha Mauriya. This city was popular in trade especially in spices. It was also the site the Sangam the academy of the Tamil Poets. And Madurai is the centre of all the cities and Madurai is famous for the cotton Sungudi Saris.

    Overnight will be at Madurai.

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  • About: Madurai

    After breakfast proceed for city sightseeing.

    The ancient city of Madurai, some 2600 years old is laid out in the banks of river Vaigai as a lotus flower with the Meenakshi temple in the centre. After lunch city tour visiting - Meenakshi temple, King Tirumala's Palace, Great Tank and Gandhi museum.

    Sri Meenakshi Amman temple: dated back to 2000 Years back and designed in 1560 by Vishwanatha Nayaka and built during the reign of Tirumalai Nayaka. The Temple occupies an area of six hectares. There are 12 temple towers (Gopurams). The outer towers are the landmarks of Madurai. They are:

     

    Vandiyur Mariamman Teppakulam: Vandiyur Mariamman Teppakulam is a huge temple tank about 5 km east of the Meenakshi temple. The mandapam in the centre has an idol of Vigneshwara (Vinayaka). It is said to have been found when the earth was being dug out from here to build the Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal. So, the place attained sanctity and was converted into a Teppakulam (tank). This enormous temple tank is fed by water brought from the Vagai through an ingenious system of undergroundChannels. King Thirumalai Nayak born in 'Poosa' Star. So in commemorating the birth of the king Float Festival is conducted in Tamil Month 'Thai' (Jan/Feb) in the tank in a colorful way, which attracts thousands of tourists.

    Gandhi Museum: The Gandhi Memorial Museum is one of the distinct places to be visited in Madurai. This Museum is one of the rare living memorials of "The Father of India". The Museum is set in relaxing grounds and has a clear historical account of Indias struggle for Independence.

    Thirumalai Nayak Palace: This Palace was built in 1636 by King Thirumalai Nayak with the help of an Italian Architect. The building we see today was the main Palace where the King lived. The original Palace Complex was four times bigger than the present structure. This palace consisted mainly of two parts, namely Swargavilasa and Rangavilasa.In these two parts, there are royal residence, theatre, shrine, apartments, armoury, palanquin place, royal bandstand, quarters, pond and garden. King Thirumalai Nayak celebrated festivals like Scepter festival, Navarathri, Chithirai festival, Masi festival and the Float festival. He conducted daily dance and music performances in the palace. This palace was destroyed by his grandson Chokkanatha Nayak and the valuables were transferred to other places. During the British rule, in 1822, Lord Napier made several renovation works. Then the palace was utilized to house some officials of the judiciary and district administration. After independence, this palace was declaredas a national monument and is now under the care of the Tamilnadu Archaeological Department.

    Madurais Main attraction is the Famous Sri Meenakshi Amman temple a riotously baroque example of Dravidian architecture with Gopurams carved from top to bottom in a breathtaking profusion of multicolored images of Gods. Sri Meenakshi Amman temple dates back to 2000 Years back and designed in 1560 by Vishwanatha Nayaka and built during the reign of Tirumalai Nayaka.

    The Temple occupies an area of six hectares. There are 12 temple towers (Gopurams). The outer towers are the landmarks of Madurai. The enormous temple complex is dedicated to Shiva, known here as Sundareshvara and his consort Parvati or Meenakshi. Kulasekara Pandyas, but the entire credit built the original temple for making the temple as splendid as it is today goes to the Nayakas. The Nayakas ruled Madurai from the 16th to the 18th century and left a majestic imprint of their rule in the Meenakshi - Sundareswarar Temple. The temple complex is within a high-walled enclosure, at the core of which is the two sanctums for Meenakshi and Sundareswarar, surrounded by a number of smaller shrines and grand pillared halls. The impressive GOPURAMS (towers) rise from solid granite bases, and are covered with stucco figures of deities, mythical animals and monsters painted in vivid colors.

    Enjoy evening Aarti ceremony at the temple.

    Overnight will be at Madurai.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Madurai, Munnar

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Drive to Munnar. Reach and check into the hotel.

    Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathani & Kundala. 1600 meter above sea level this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling Tea plantations, picture book towns, winding lanes, and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands here is the Neel Kurinji. Munnar also has the highest peak in South India - Anamudi, which towers over 2695 m.

    Overnight will be at Munnar.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Munnar

    After breakfast, proceed for the guided city tour.

    Munnar is a destination of tea and cardamom plantations. There is nothing more invigorating than the spectacular beauty of acres and acres of tea gardens rolling over mountains and hills. The half an hour drive to Chinnakanal from Munnar town, takes you through the heart of these sprawling Tea Estates, giving them the true experience of a tea plantation hill station.

    Lockhart Tea Factory: One of the older running Tea factories where you will be given a Guided Tour of the art of Tea processing by the traditional method. Set in a scenic background, this building lends an old world charm with its wooden interiors and aroma of tea. You can also buy fresh jams, pickles and Tea from their sales outlet.

    Anayirangal Dam & the Hanging Bridge: Anayirangal is an old watering hole for elephants. The area around the Anayirangal Dam has been developed and the boating started here is a new venture of the department of Hydel Tourism. This Dam has a number of islands and boating here is a unique experience. Not only do you frequently see elephants at the waters edge, but very often your boat will have to give way to a herd of elephants swimming across from one island to another.

    Overnight will be at Munnar.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Munnar, Thekkady

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Proceed to Thekkady. Reach and check into the hotel.

    Drive southwards over rolling hills and coffee plantations to the PERIYAR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, one of the major wildlife reserves in India. Indian elephants, wild boars, lion-tailed monkeys, ibex, tigers, leopards and sloth bears are on the list. The park surrounds a large, many-fingered lake and a dawn or dusk foray on one of the boats will be a thrilling experience. It is from the lake rather than vehicles that the wildlife is viewed. The sanctuary is rich in bird life. Great hornbills, kites, darters, herons, egrets, owls and kingfishers are in abundance. Surrounding the reserve are many small spice plantations and we spend an absorbing afternoon searching for pepper, cardamom, turmeric, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and betel.

    Overnight will be at Thekkady.

    • Meal Inclussion
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  • About: Thekkady

    Early morning, proceed for jungle walk experience at Periyar National Park. The experience will be customized as per your preference depending on how many hours you want to spend in the park.

    Come back and enjoy breakfast at the resort.

    Afternoon visit spice plantations like cardamom, cinnamon, pepper, coffee, tea estates etc. on your way back to the hotel, you could stop at the local market and pick up some fragrant spices.

    Overnight will be at Thekkady.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Thekkady, Kumarakom

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Proceed to jetty in Kumarakom.

    Check into a traditional houseboat of Kerala Style and go on a leisurely backwater cruise along the lake on a thatched houseboat. The houseboat with all modern comforts lets you discover the countryside at your own pace. You will have lunch, dinner and breakfast in the Houseboat. A ride on the houseboat is a fabulous way to explore the fascinating beauty of the backwaters.

    Cruise through the backwaters towards Alleppey. Lunch will be served on the boat. The menu is simple and traditional. The cook (chef) of the boat prepares the lunch from fresh materials and even you can have a peek at the recipe.

    Tea and snacks would be served in the evening. The boat will be anchored in the backwaters along a paddy field and you can go for a stroll into the village or relax at the deck of the boat.

    Dinner will be on the boat. Overnight will be at Houseboat.

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  • About: Kumarakom, Alleppey, Marari

    Breakfast will be on board.

    Cruise through the backwaters watching the children going to school and the village markets opening.

    Disembark the boat at the finishing point where your driver will be waiting for you to drive to Mararikulam.

    Check into the hotel and relax.

    Mararikulam is a beach village in the district of Alappuzha. Mararikulam is the fertile land of communism and it has a very beautiful beach which is known by the name Marari Beach or Mararikulam beach.

    This town ship will also be able to provide delight to your desires in the non-vegetarian delicacies. This beach is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in India. The tourists would love to spend their days and evenings watching the fishermen perform their mundane chores. The din and bustle of the fishermen with their work will be able to calm the disturbances of your heart. Stand in the evening looking forward the setting sun and his valour, it is amazing.

    This beach is unblemished and silent residing in the arms of nature. The tourists can also go out for swimming and sailing in the etherized water of the sea. Miles and miles to go before you submerge yourself in the crowd of eternal sleep - these feelings will occupy the secluded corners of your heart of heart. This place is so pristine that you might also feel to settle here for eternity. Do not wait for the perfect time or the perfect moment, once you land in the land of Elysian, the moments and time will stand in long queue for you.

    You can bathe in the deepest desires of your heart and soul in Marari Beach (Mararikulam), Kerala. The rising and setting sun will tell novel stories wrapped in silver foil of nature and purity

    Overnight will be at Marari.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Marari

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Relax and spend the day in leisure.

    Overnight will be at Marari.

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  • About: Marari

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Relax and spend the day in leisure.

    Overnight will be at Marari.

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    • Breakfast
  • About: Marari

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Relax and spend the day in leisure.

    Overnight will be at Marari.

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  • About: Marari, Cochin

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Drive to Cochin.

    The eventful history of this city began when a major flood in AD 1341 threw open the estuary at Kochi, till then a land locked region, turning it into one of the finest natural harbors in the world. Kochi thus became a haven for seafaring visitors from all over the world and became the first European town-ship in India when the Portuguese settled here in the 15th century.

    The Dutch wrested Fort Kochi from the Portuguese in AD 1663 and later in the last phase of the colonial saga, the British took over, the town in 1795. During 1660's, Fort Kochi peaked in stature as a prime commercial centre and its fame spread far and wide - variously as a rich trade centre, a major military base, a vibrant cultural hub, a great ship building centre, a centre for Christianity and so on. Today, centuries later, the city is home to nearly thirteen communities.

    Enjoy visit to KUMBALANGHI VILLAGE (4hrs program) which is 10 kms from the Cochin city.

    A village visit helps you to explore the hidden corners of a state and encounter a different side of India wherein the local people adopts a unique lifestyle and culture. Kumbalanghi in Cochin is definitely one of those and is declared as the first model fisheries and tourism village of India which has its own tradition and culture. Most of the villagers are engaged in agriculture and fishing and it is nothing but their environment/surroundings - Backwaters and paddy fields all around, which encourages them to be a part of it.

    You will take a tour of this renowned village with a local family residing in Kallancherry Retreat in the village and get a chance to try your hand in every activity a villager does in his/her day to day life. Start the tour with a boat ride in the country boat followed by a visit to crab farm. Later enjoy watching coir yarn making and coconut leaves making and also try making one, if interested. Peep in to the agricultural farms and also look at the biogas plants and water harvesting pond and obviously not missing out on the Chinese Fishing Nets, known to be a major attraction of the city Kochi. Later complete the tour with a lunch at the backwater front hall. Drive back to the hotel with a bag full of memories of a village life and spend rest of the day in leisure.

    Overnight will be at Cochin.

    • Meal Inclussion
    • Breakfast
  • About: Cochin

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Proceed for the city sightseeing.

    OLD COCHIN AREA this is one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world. The Jewish community traces its history to nearly 2000 years ago. In 1948 the community numbered 2500 and today there are fewer than 30 people. The community is still centered round JEWTOWN where you will visit its crown Jewel, the Paradesi Synagogue. Built in 1568 and reconstructed after a Portuguese bombardment in 1662, the synagogue is distinguished by its tile roof and bell tower. The small synagogue is also known for its hand-painted, willow-patterned, blue and white Chinese floor tiles, and the many brass and crystal lamps that hang from the ceiling. Later visit the interesting International Pepper Exchange, also located in Jew town.

    CHINESE FISHING NETS The Chinese fishing nets erected on teak wood and bamboo poles work on the principle of balance. Records say they were first set up here between AD 1350 and 1450. Vasco Da Gama Square, the narrow promenade that parallels the beach, is the best place to watch the nets being lowered and pulled out of the sea. Learn the operation of the interesting Chinese fishing nets erected on teak wood and bamboo poles which work on the principle of balance.

    The other important places are the Vasco Da Gama Square, Santa Cruz Basilica, St. Francis Church, VOC Gate, Bastion Bungalow, Mattancherry Palace, etc. Records say they were first set up here between AD 1350 and 1450.

    FOLKLORE MUSEUM Kerala Folklore Museum is the key place to experience the whole of Kerala, her people, art, culture and heritage. This is the biggest biennale and best life style museum in India. It is basically an architectural museum, combining three architectural schools of Kerala - Cochin, Malabar and Travancore architecture. To provide art education to the society, the museum is adorned with 5000 ethnic artifacts, to project the vibrant tradition of Kerala and other parts of south India. British government selected this museum as the venue to visit and experience the culture and heritage of Kerala for Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall in last Nov'13.

    In the evening proceed for Kathakali Dance Show along with Kalaripayattu, Thayyam and Mohiniattam presentation.

    Overnight will be at Cochin.

    • Meal Inclussion
    • Breakfast
  • About: Cochin

    Breakfast will be at the hotel.

    Spend the day in leisure / enjoy last minute shopping.

    As per the international flight timings you will be transferred to the airport to take flight back home with sweet memories of India tour.

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Inclusions

  • Based on triple sharing basis at hotels mentioned above in the itinerary
  • Check-in time is 1400 hours and check-out time is 1200 hours
  • Early check-in/late check-out can be requested, wherever required, but cannot be guaranteed
  • Daily buffet Breakfast included at all the hotels
  • Breakfast, Lunch & dinners at Houseboat
  • Transfers, excursions and intercity drives will be provided by air-conditioned vehicle as per the itinerary
  • AC vehicle only for arrival/departure transfers in Mararikulam
  • Paper tissue, Sanitizers, Packaged bottled water etc. will be provided in the vehicle during transfer and intercity drive
  • Train fare in AC Chair Car for the sector Villupuram to Madurai
  • English speaking expert local guides for sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • Toll taxes, driver allowances, parking charges, currently applicable taxes and service charges as per Government of India is included

Exclusions

  • Expenses of personal nature such as laundry, telephone, fax, internet, beverages, snacks etc.
  • Optional activities attract supplement charge
  • International air fare and airport taxes
  • Indian Visa Fees and medical / travel insurance
  • Meals not specified in inclusion section
  • Video / Camera fees wherever applicable
  • Any increase in entrances as per government notifications
  • Any tips, gratuities and portage for local guides, drivers, porters and restaurants (unless specified separately)
  • Additional taxes levied by the Government of India in tourism sector
  • Any other services / item not mentioned in Price Inclusions section

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