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The Seven Sisters Tour

The Seven Sisters Tour

Package Duration
24 Days / 23 Nights
Destination Covered
Assam - Arunachal Pradesh - Manipur - Meghalaya - Mizoram - Nagaland - Tripura

  • Package Excludes :
    • Porterage(Coolie charges), laundry, wines & alcoholic beverages, telephone charges, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming the part of the menus.
    • Cost of travel Insurance.
    • Guide & Entrance fees during sightseeing.
    • Cost of Airfare or Railway fare.
    • Extra cost incurred due to illness, accident, hospitalization or any Individual unforeseen cost incurring incidence.
    • Any extra expenses incurred for change of route due to any unforeseen circumstances, forced majuire instances, natural calamities, political disturbances, strikes etc.

  • Arrive At Guwahati

    Description :

    Guwahati: Guwahati is Situated on the Southern bank of the mighty River Brahmaputra in Kamrup district of Assam. Previously it was known as Pragjyotishpur (The City of the eastern Light) Guwahati is the fast growing premier city and it is also the gateway to the North Eastern states of India.This city subsequently got the name Guwahati (Guwa-means beetlenut and Hat - means market in Assamese)

    Afternoon city tour of Guwahati visiting:
    Kamakhya Temple: The origin of Kamakhya Temple is pre Aryan situated atop the Nilachal Hill. The formost shrine of Assam, The Kamakhya is an ancient seat of Tantric and shakti Cults of Hinduism. The original temple was destroyed by the invading Muslims in their crusade against Hindu temples and idols in the early part of 16th century. Ultimately it was restored from ruins by King Naranarayan of the Koch dynasty and rebuilt in its present forming 1665 AD.

    Shankardev Kalakshetra: a place where Assamese history and culture is depicted in a sprawling open enclosure. It has a beautiful museum where they preserved the masks (these masks are made in Majuli island), the traditional dresses and jewellery of the entire North East India. A Namghar (Assamese prayer Hall) and an open air theatre has been constructed to perform the plays and other cultural activities during festivals.

    Guwahati War Cemetery: Built and maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The cemetery was started during the war when several military hospitals were posted in the area and was originally for burials from these hospitals. There are now 517 causalities buried in this cemetery.

    Overnight at hotel.

    Guwahati / Shillong

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast depart for Shillong, the Scotland of East.

    En route visit

    Barapani (Umiam Lake): As per the legends, two heavenly sisters decided to make their way to Meghalaya. However, one of them had reached the destination and the other could not due to some reason. So the former could not traced out her sister and started crying with her broken heart. She cried so much that and a lake was formed with her tears. Locally known as Umiam Lake, Barapani means vast waters.
    Today it becomes a hub for the water sports activities such as speed boats, sailboats and water scooters. Adjoining to the lake, the Nehru Park offers an aviary and a collection of orchids and butterflies.

    Arrive Shillong and check in at hotel.

    Shillong: The Capital of Meghalaya, Shillong is one of the major tourist destinations in North East India. The British loved this place so much that they had established its Capital for Eastern Bengal and Assam For its climate and unique topographical features the British referred Shillong as the "Scottland Of The East".

    Overnight at hotel.

    Shillong - Cherrapunjee - Shillong

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast full day excursion to Cherrapunjee.
    Cherrapunjee is a small hamlet, situated at an altitude of about 4823 feet (1484 m). Locally known as ‘SOHRA’. Cherrapunjee is located in the southern most point of Khasi hill sharing the border of Sylhet district of Bangladesh. Cherrapunji offers a panoramic view of the hilly terrains, deep gorges and valleys with its spectacular waterfalls. It was once having the record of being the wettest place on earth, with an average rainfall of about 1150ms. However, this record has been overtaken by a nearby place Mawsynram

    In Cherrapunjee visit:

    Nohkalikai falls: This waterfall located 4 kms away from Cherrapunjee and is possibly between 1500 and 2000 feet tall. Known to be the fourth longest fall in the world it carries a pathetic legend behind its name. A woman named Ka Likai had a illegitimate child. After marriage the husband became jealous of her love for her daughter. One day Ka Likai was out for work and her husband killed the daughter, cooked her flesh into a meal. When the woman enquired about her daughter, her husband showed the sign of ignorance. Before she went to look for her daughter, she thought of eating something and had the meal that her husband prepared for her. After having the meal she found both the wrist of her daughter in the betel-nut basket. Then she realized what had happened, killed her husband with a dagger and threw herself off this cliff of this falls. This is how the falls got its name which means "Fall of Ka Likai."

    Mawsmai Cave: This 250m long cave is the major attraction for the tourists in Cherrapunjee. This cave is located 6 kms away from Cherrapunjee near to Mawsmai village. This natural limestone cave is wide enough for a person to walk comfortably, and one can see the myriads of stalagmites and stalactites all over the caves which are growing gradually. The caves are dark inside and electric torches are installed for the convenient of the tourists.

    Thangkharang Park: Thangkharang Park is situated 12 km from Cherrapunjee. The park is the house of various orchids and birds. One can see the 180 degree view of the plains of Bangladesh on a clear day.

    Later return to Shillong.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Shillong

    • Elephant Falls
    • Shillong Peak

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast full day city tour of Shillong visiting:
    Shillong Peak: It is the highest point of Shillong, located in the upper Shillong an an altitude of 1961 meters (6,433 feet). The name Shillong originated from "Leishyllong" meaning god who is believed to live on the Shillong peak, overlooking the city. It is located 5 kilometers away from Shillong and on a clear day one can enjoy the beautiful view of the entire city.

    Elephant Falls: Located in the Upper Shillong 10 kms away from the Shillong town it is one of the majestic waterfalls in Meghalaya. The water of this three steps falls comes down in flows from different levels over the fern-covered rocks and falls into the canyon down below. In the morning it forms a wonderful sight when the sun rays fall on the cascades of water creating the rainbow colors. The best time to visit the waterfalls is during the monsoon when it offers a breath-taking scenery. The forests covered with ferns and thick bamboo grooves are also worth visited for the nature lovers to find the presence of various species of butterflies, birds and orchids.

    Wards Lake: Wards Lake is located in the heart of the Shillong City adjoining to the Governor’s Residence. Shaped like a horseshoe, it is one of the prominent hang-out spot in Shillong. This century old lake was built by an engineer named Mr. Pollock. Hence it is also known to be as "Polok's Lake". One can opt for boating and pleasant walks on the cobbled sand stone pathways covered with varieties of flowers. The lake also has an arched bridge from where one can feed the fish.

    Cathedral of Mary Help of Christian: Situated in At Laitumkhrah, it is the largest Cathedral in Meghalaya attracts thousands of devotees. The colorful glasses of the skylight window along with the paintings of the Jesus spreading the messages of God are influenced by the European art and architecture.
    Shillong Golf Course: Shillong Golf Course is termed as the "Glen-eagle of the East" at the United States Golf Association Museum. The Golf Course is situated in a valley covered with thick groves of pine and rhododendron trees at an altitude of 5200 ft. Previously it was a nine hole course and later converted into a eighteen hole course in 1924 by Captain Jackson and C. K. Rhodes. It is the third oldest Golf Course in India.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Shillong - Tezpur

    • Brahmaputra River

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast depart for Tezpur.
    Tezpur: Modern day Tezpur, the headquarter of Sonitpur district of Assam is said to be erstwhile Sonitpur, the Kingdom of legendary King Banasura. According to the legend when Lord Krishna's army and Banasura's army fought for the rescue of Aniruddha (grandson of Lord Krishna) who married Banasura’s daughter ‘Usha’ against the will of her father there was so much bloodshed that the whole place was stained in red. This prompted to the name of the place becoming Tezpur (means the City of Blood). Modern Tezpur was founded by the British colonial administration in 1835 as the headquarters of Darrang

    Arrive Tezpur and check in at hotel.
    Afternoon visit:

    Agnigarh: According to the legend the site of the fortress was built by Banasura to keep his daughter Usha in isolation. The name ‘Agnigarh’ has been derived from two Sanskrit words 'Agni’ (meaning fire) and 'garh' (meaning fortress or wall). It is a hill on the banks of the Brahmaputra river and one of the big tourist attractions in Tezpur. The view of river Brahmaputra the Kolia Bhomora Setu bridge(named after the Ahom general Kolia Bhomora) is really eye catching.

    Mahabhairav Temple: This ancient Shiva Temple located in the heart of Tezpur town is believed to have been established by king Banasura in the pre-historical times. The temple was originally built of stone but renovated and built with concrete. During Shivaratri thousands of devotees around the country visit the temple and offer their prayer to Lord Shiva.

    Rest of the time free at leisure
    Overnight at hotel.

    Tezpur - Bomdila

    Description :

    Morning after an early breakfast departs for Bomdila by the same vehicle.

    En route visit

    Bhalukpong: Situated on the Assam-Arunachal border, 250 kms from
    Guwahati, Bhalukpong is another picturesque spot for angling and leisurely picnics.

    Tipi Orchid Sanctuary and Research Center: An Orchidarium at Tipi (5 kms from Bhalukpong) on the way to Bomdila is the Botanical paradise. About 300 species of orchids can be seen in the flora – glass house. Some of them are rare and endangered species. By the side of the glass house there is an orchid museum too.

    Arrive Bomdila and check in at hotel.

    Bomdila: On the way to Tawang , situated at height of 8500 ft (distance from Tezpur 180 kms), Bomdila is a picturesque town in the foothills of Himalayas and the headquarter of West Kameng District the land of the Monpa, Sherdukpen, Aka (Hrusso), Miji and Bogun (Khawas) tribes. One can see the brilliant landscape and snow-clad Gorichen ranges of the Himalaya on a clear day. With its apple orchards, Buddhist gomphas and a magnificent view of the Kameng Valley Bomdila can be named as a mini paradise. Bomdila is also an ideal place for nature lovers with several trekking and hiking trails are now opened for the adventure seeker.
    Places of interest:

    Later Visit

    Bomdila Monastery: The monastery has been built under the guidance of Dalai Lama. It is a residence of more than 200 Buddhist monks. From the monastery one can have the breathtaking view of the entire Bomdila. The time of pray is in dawn and dusk, attending which, one can have the absolute peace of mind.

    Also visit craft center, where very fine wooden carpets of colourful designs and Masks are produced.

    Bomdila also offers a Bird's eye view of Kangto and Gorichen peaks (highest peaks in the state) amidst the Himalayan landscape and snow clad ranges.

    Overnight at hotel.

    Bomdila - Tawang

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast depart by car for Tawang.
    En route visit

    Jaswant Garh: The war memorial is located 14 kms from Sella Pass on the way to Tawang. The memorial pay homage to Jaswant Singh Rawat, Mahavir Chakra Awardee posthumous (the second highest award from the Indian Army). In the famous battle of Nuranang against Chinese in November 1962, Rawat and two other soldiers from 4th Batallion Garhwal Rifles were instrumental in killing 300 Chinese soldiers in 72 hours.
    Sella Pass: The entry point into the Tawang Valley is Sela pass at an elevation of 13700 ft above the sea level.. Legend says that a monpa woman supported sepoy Jashwant Singh during his battle with the Chinese. She brought sepoy Jashwant supplies and used to heal his wounds. When Jashwant got martyrdom she killed herself as an act of loyalty.
    The glimpse of Paradise Lake in the Sella Pass makes your visit worth. Most of the time the lake is covered with thick blanket of snow.

    Arrive Tawang and check in at hotel.
    Evening free at leisure.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Tawang

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast explore Tawang, visiting
    Tawang Monastery (Vihar): Tawang Monastery about 400 years old, situated at an altitude of approximately 10,000 ft. is the second largest Buddhist monastery in India. It also holds the distinction of being the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama. The monastery is the house of more than 700 monks. The monastery was founded by Merag Lama Lodre Gyamtso, in 1681 in accordance to the wishes of the 5th Dalai Lama, Nagwang Lobsang Gyatso. As per the legend, the site of the Monastery was chosen by the horse of Merag Lama. Merag Lama, who had been unable to decide a site to establish the monastery. One day he was praying in cave, seeking a divine guidance. When he came out after the prayers, he found his horse was missing. On search, the horse was located standing quietly on a hilltop. Considering that as the sign of divine blessing he decided to construct the monastery at the very spot. The monastery is also called Galden Namgey Lhatse meaning celestial paradise. There is a magnificent 8 meter high statue of Lord Buddha. The ancient library inside the courtyard has an excellent collection of thangkas, painted with the blood from the nose of 5th Dalai Lamaand valuable Buddhist manuscripts mainly Kanjur and Tanjur numbering 850 bundles.

    Urqelling Monastery: It is the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama who is the only Indian to have risen to such a high position in Gelupka Sect of Buddhism so far. Inside the monastery there are several Stupas (Vihar) and people from all walks of life visit this place during Buddhist new year to get the blessing for the coming year.
    The Craft Center: The craft center in Tawang sells beautiful masks, hand woven carpets, jewellery in silver, coral and amber, ‘chubas’ the local dressand delightful affordable mementos.

    Tawang War Memorial: The memorial is dedicated to the martyrs of the 1962 Sino-Indian war. The memorial is 40-foot-high and like a stupa in design. It is locally called ‘Namgyal Chortan’. The names of 2420 martyrs imprinted in gold on 32 black granite plagues.

    Sangestser Lake: Popularly known as Madhuri Lake is located 35 kms away from Tawang near the China Border. The drive to Sangestser Lake is full of thrill and one can still see the war bankers that had been used during the Chinses aggression in 1962 and the beautiful PTSO lake

    Overnight at hotel.

    Tawang - Dirang

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast depart for Dirang.
    En route stop at the Nuranang falls.
    Arrive Dirang and check in at the hotel.

    Dirang: Dirang 40 kms from Bomdila is situated at an altitude of 1497 meters. It is an ideal hill resort in West Kameng district with beautiful Apple Nursery, Kiwi Farm, Yak Research Centre, Buddhist Gompa, Hot Water Spring and ancient Dirang Jong (Fort). It is the base camp for trekking to Gorichen peak and other bird watching trails

    Afternoon visit the natural hot spring, Apple gardens and the Yak Breeding farms.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Dirang - Bhalukapong

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast return to Bhalukpong.
    Arrive and check in at the tourist lodge.

    Rest of the time free to explore the nature by your own.
    Overnight at tourist lodge.

    Bhalukapong - Kaziranga National Park

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast depart for Kaziranga National Park.

    Kaziranga National Park: Kaziranga National Park has become synonymous with successful conservations of Great One Horn Rhinoceros (from the Greek word, "rhino" means nose and "ceros" means horn) / Unicornis (from the Latin word, "uni" means one and "cornis" also means horn) and also a home of may other threatened species including Indian Elephant (Elephant Maximus), Tiger(Panthera tigris), Hoolock Gibbon (Bunipithecus hoolock), Ganges dolphin (Platanista gangetica),Sambar (Cervus unicolor), Barasingha or Swamp Deer (duvauceli), Hog Deer, Indian Muntjac (Muntiacus muntjak), Water Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) and Gaur (Bos frontalis)etc.

    There are also over 500 species of birds have been recorder in the park including 25 specis of globally threatened category. Over and above there are 21 rare and endangered species. In winter one can observe a large breeding population of Spot Bill Pelicans about one thousand breeding nests are found in a place which has been named as Pelican Colony in the Eastern Range.

    Among the reptiles species like Water Monitor Lizard (Varanus salvator), Indian python (Python molurus), Cobra (Naja naja) and the King Cobra are found.

    Arrive Kaziranga and check in at the Jungle Resort.
    Overnight at resort

    Kaziranga National Park

    Description :

    Early morning enjoy the elephant safari in the central (Kohora) range of Kaziranga. Later return to the resort for breakfast.

    Afternoon enjoy the ethnic cuisine in the NATUNDENGA Karbi village adjoining Kaziranga National Park (Optional)

    Late afternoon enjoy the exclusive Jeep safari in the western (Bagori) range of Kaziranga.

    Overnight at the resort.

    Kaziranga - Dimapur - Kohima

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast depart for Kohima. En route visit the hot spring in Garampani.
    Kohima: Kohima is derived from the word "Kew Hi Ma" which means the men of the land where the flower Kew Hi grows. Situated at an altitude of 1444 m above sea level, Kohima is the Capital of Nagaland. Like other Naga settlement Kohima shares the same feature standing on top of the surrounding mountains. In true sense, fusion of different culture with a blend of modernisms turns Kohima to a fast growing city.

    Arrive Kohima and check in at hotel.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Kohima

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast visit
    The Kohima War Cemetary:

    "When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say,
    For Your Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today"

    Constructed in the memory of the officers and soldiers who made supreme sacrifices during World War II, the war cemetery attracts hundreds of visitors every year including the relatives of those martyrs. Maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the cemetery witnessed more than 2000 graves, on each grave there are beautiful epitaphs carved in bronze.

    Kohima village: Popularly known as Bara Basti (Big Village) the Kohima village is one of the largest village in Asia. Inhabited mainly by the Angami tribes it is divided into 'khels' or localities. A large traditional wooden gate welcomes you to the village which is elaborately carved with warriors and weapons and the skull of the mithun, a symbol of prosperity.
    Khonoma Green Village: Located 21 kms away from Kohima town the Khonoma village is the first "green village" of Nagaland. The village is well known for the legendary leader Angami Zapu Phizo who was the founder of the Naga movement. It is in this place where the Naga warriors made their last endeavor against the British aggression in 1879.'Khonoma Nature Conservation and Tragopan Sanctuary' (KNCTS) was initiated to create the environmental awareness among the inhabitants and reserved about 70 sq km of its village forest. The village is also famous for the fallow management of its alder trees which balances nature in the surrounding areas.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Kohima - Imphal

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast depart by car for Imphal.
    Arrive and check in at hotel.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Imphal

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast visit:

    Shree Shree Govindajee Temple: This symbolic temple in Imphal adjoining the palace of the former rulers of Manipur, is a historic centre for Vaishnavite culture. It is a simple and beautiful structure with gold domes, a paved court and a large, raised congregation hall. The main deity of the Temple is The presiding deity in the centre is flanked by idols of Radha Govinda, Balaram and Krishna on one side and Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra on the other.

    Khwairamband Bazaar: One of the main attractions of Imphal is the Khwairamband Bazaar. What makes this market different is that it is run by women. Split into two sections on either side of the road, it has tribal women clad in colorful, traditional attire, selling everything from hand-woven shawls, skirts, vessels, mugs and mats to fish, lotus, oranges and orange-flavored honey. And if you wander in the quaint by lanes around the market, you will get a glimpse of Manipur's customs and traditions.

    Khonghampat Orchidarium: There is the Khonghampat Orchidarium that has more than a hundred rare varieties of orchids. The best time to visit the orchidarium is in the months of April and May when the orchids are in full bloom.

    Overnight at hotel.

    IMPHAL

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast full day excursion around Imphal visiting:

    Loktak Lake and Sendra Island: Located 48 kms from Imphal this beautiful lake is resemble like a miniature inland sea. The government had built a Tourist Bungalow for the comfort of the tourists. From the nearby Sendra island, visitors can get a bird's eye view of this huge and beautiful stretch of water and the life on it, the fisherman and their families who live in neat huts on its shores and anticipating their watery environment by casting their nets on it, harvesting it for the water chestnut known as Heikak, and even building their houses on the islands of floating weed that dart around the lake.

    Keibul Lamjao National Park: 53 kms. from Imphal and on the sharing the border with Loktak Lake, Keibul Lamjao National Park is the last natural habitat of the endangered marsh-dwelling brow-antlered deer of Manipur called "Sangai". It is the only floating national park in the world which is composed of large masses of floating weed (called "Phumdi" in local dialect). These phumdi unseemingly can suport a lot of weight.

    Imphal - Aizwal (By Flight)

    Description :

    Morning after an early breakfast transfer to airport for the flight towards Aizawl

    Meeting upon arrival and transfer to hotel.

    Aizawl: Aizawl, the state Capital of Mizoram is located at an altitude of 4000 feet above sea level. Surrounded on the east by the deep green valley of river Tlawng and protected by beautiful high hills of Durtlang on the north, it is an ideal hill station for those looking for some fresh air and solitude.

    Evening free to explore the city by your own.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Aizwal

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast full day city tour visiting:

    Bara Bazar: It is the most important shopping hub with stalls selling garments, and other commodities. Here the people can be seen in their traditional costumes selling products from farms and homesteads including river crabs with little wicker baskets.

    Luangmual Handicarfts Centre: 7 Kms away from Aizaul it takes half an hour to reach by car. The 'Khumbeu' ceremonial bamboo hat is made here using waterproof 'hnahthial' leaves.

    Mizoram State Museum: This museum is situated at Mc Donald Hill in the town center. it is having an interesting collection of historical relics, ancient costumes and traditional implements.
    (Open Monday - Friday from 9:00 A.M to 5 PM. Saturday 9 AM to 1 PM)

    Durtlang Hills: These beautiful, craggy hills offer the breathtaking view of Aizawl.

    Mini Zoo: Home to species of animals and birds found only in the hills of Mizoram

    Berawtlang Tourist Complex: This is a recreational center situated 7 kms away from Aizawl City. It offers the facilities of Restaurant as well as Tourist Cottages.

    Overnight at hotel.

    Aizwal - Silchar

    Description :

    Morning afte4r breakfast depart for Silchar for stop over.
    Arrive and check in at hotel.
    Next day we will prepare for our final destination - Tripura.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Silchar - Agartala

    Description :

    Morning after an early breakfast depart for Agartala.
    Agartala: Agartala is the Capital of Tripura and shares its boundary with Bangladesh.Once a good hunting ground, it became the Capital of the state during the time of Maharaja Krishna Kishor Manikya (1830-50). It remains since then the seat of the state headquarter.

    Arrive and check in at hotel.
    Overnight at hotel.

    Agartala

    • Ujjayanta Palace
    • Kunjaban Palace

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast visit:

    Ujjayanta Palace: Situated in the heart of the town and covering an area of about half a square mile this place is a two storied mension having a mixed architecture with three domes, the central one being 86 feet high. The construction of this beautiful, well-balanced royal palace was undertaken in 1899 and completed in 1901 at a cost of a little over Rs 10 Lakh or 1 million. The two large tanks on two sides with the approach road in between them and well-laid out gardens around the palace with water courses and fountains patterned on Mughal gardens have added beauty to it. The palace has been acquired by the state Govt. and now house of the Lagislative Assembly, besides few Govt. offices.

    Kunjaban Palace: Within a mile of the Ujjayanta Palace and to the north stands a picturesque hillock known as Kunjaban. The Palace was built by Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya (1909-23) who was a good artist and he said to have prepared himself the plan of the Palace and the adjoining gardens. The palace was considered as an ideal spot for relaxation and pleasure strolls in those days. The palace has been taken over by the state Govt. and now used as the official residence of the Governor of the State.

    Jagannath Temple: Situated near Kunjaban Palace, the temple not only attracts Hindus, but many others because of its peculiar structure which is octagonal at the basement, and has an excellent ‘Pradakshinapatha’ (the sacred pathway that goes in the clock wise direction) round the sanctum.

    Sipahijola: Half an hour from Agartala, through an attractive forest, Sipahijola is a beautiful nature and Zoological Park covering an area of 18.532 km. It is the house of more than 150 species of residential birds, migratory birds and lots of wild animals including spectacled monkey, tiger and leopards. With an attractive flowerage greenery and rubber plantation, the area now serves as a beautiful picnic spot.

    Overnight at hotel.

    Agartala

    • Tripura Sundari Temple

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast full day excursion around Agartala visiting:

    Tripura Sundari Temple (Udaipur): Considered to be one of the oldest pilgrimage place in North East India, it was built by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in 1501 AD. The temple was subsequently repaired by Maharaja Rama Manikya in 1681 AD when it was damaged by lightning, and again by Radah Kishor manikya in the beginning of the 20th century. The Goddes Tripuri Sundari is the tutelary deity of the royal family. Temple is also called ‘Matabari’.

    Nirmahal: One of the finest beauty spots of the state, Nirmahal is situated 53 Kms from Agartala. The palace is so called as it is surrounded on all sides by a big lake called Rudra Sagar. The scenic beauty of the lake attracted Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishor manikya (1927-47) so much that he built a spectacular palace at the center of the lake itself named it as Nirmahal (or palace in water).

    Kamalasagar Lake: It is an artificial lake at the border of Bangladesh excavated by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya in 15th century. On the bank of the lake, there is a famous temple of Goddess Kali dating back to 16th century. One can go upto the border fencing from the Indian side and have a look on the Bangladesh territory.

    Overnight at hotel.

    Depart Agartala

    Description :

    Morning after breakfast in time transfer to airport with good memories of The Seven Sisters experience with Sri Balaji Tours & Travels for next destination.

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    Terms and Conditions for Domestic Tours

    • Management is not liable for any type of accident during tour period.
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    A) Definitions: In these Terms and Conditions unless the context otherwise requires
    • Tour/s means any World Tours organised by Sri Balaji Tours & Travels.
    • First day of the tour shall start at any time (i.e. in the morning/afternoon/evening) at the first destination depending on the arrival of the respective flight/train/cruise or any mode of transport, same shall be in case of the last day of the tour. In other words, a ‘Day’ shall mean a part of the day or 24 hours or its part thereof.
    • Tour Escort / Leader / Manager / Assistant by whatever designation called means a Person designated by Company to help / guide / assist the tourist/s in and or during World Tours Organised by Sri Balaji Tours & Travels
    • Force Majeure means an event or circumstance not within the reasonable control, directly or indirectly, of the Sri Balaji Tours & Travels in its ability to perform its obligations / responsibilities regarding the tour including (i) war, ostilities invasion, act of foreign enemies; (ii) rebellion, revolution, insurrection or military or usurped power or civil war; (iii) epidemic, explosion, fire, flood, earthquake or other exceptional natural calamity and act of God; (iv) ionizing radiation or contamination by radioactivity from any nuclear fuel, or from any nuclear waste from the combustion of nuclear fuel, radioactive toxic explosive, or other hazardous properties of any explosive nuclear assembly or nuclear component of such assembly; (v) riot, commotion or disorder; (vi) any act or omission of any Government instrumentality; (vii) a Change in Legal Requirements; (viii) strikes lock outs or other industrial disturbances; and (ix) abnormal weather or sea conditions including tempest, lightning, hurricane, typhoon, rain and temperatures.
    • Brochure means World Showcase for the respective years brought out / published by Sri Balaji Tours & Travels.
    • Independent Contractor means a person and/or organization selected by Sri Balaji Tours & Travels to render services including transport,hotel, Restaurants, sightseeing to the tourist/s and/or to Sri Balaji Tours & Travels.
    • Meal means breakfast, lunch, dinner and/or any other snacks supplied.
    • Jain food means food without Ginger, onion, garlic and potatoes served at the time of tour groups meals not necessarily before sunset.
    • Each of these terms and conditions shall be severable and if any provision thereof is declared invalid, illegal or unenforceable, then remaining provisions nevertheless shall have full force and effect.
    • Group tours mean where the services provided are similar to all the tourists in that group.

    2) Scope of Activity:
    The Company is an organization that coordinates all the services of the tour to help the tourists for undertaking the tour. The Company takes utmost care in selecting all the services and or independent Contractors who provide them, to make tour of the tourist comfortable. All the tourists booking and/or registering for tour organized / proposed to be organized by the company shall read, apply their mind and abide by and strictly comply and observe all the terms and conditions laid down herein.
    We update our booked/ traveled guests from time to time by sending them various tour related instructions through sms/ emails/ telephone/ or any other mode of communication, solely for their convenience.

    3) Brochure:
    Brochure along with tour tariff is published by the Company from time to time. All previous Brochures, letters and any other modes of circulation printed and/ or published by the Company shall stand canceled on publication of Latest Brochure. Every effort is made to ensure brochure accuracy, based on the available information at the time of publication of the brochure. The maps used therein and or letters and any other modes of circulation printed and/or published by the Company are inserted solely for convenience and are not necessarily to scale and/or official.

    The Company, without assigning any reasons, reserves the right to change any brochure information including Tour itinerary, tour tariff, departure date, number of nights at the destination and hotels before or after any tourist makes booking and/or registration for any tour and or after the departure of any tour. The Company will endeavour to inform the tourists of such changes as soon as possible.

    City tour includes panoramic view of places as mentioned in tour program and unless specifically mentioned, it is panoramic view or a photo stop. Last day of the tour will be the last destination/country as per pre-decided/revised itinerary.

    4) Booking:
    • (i) Tourists signature on the tour Booking / Registration form
      Tourists signature on the tour Booking / Registration form and/or payment of the initial registration amount whichever earlier shall mean acceptance by the Tourist(s) in totality of the Terms and Conditions contained herein. Affixing signature of one or more tourists on the ‘Booking/Registration Form’, shall be deemed to mean that the tourists other than signatories have duly authorized the signing tourists and all the tourists for whom the Booking / Registration was made shall be deemed to have been bound by the terms and conditions contained herein.
    • (ii) Tourist intention to participate in the tour
      The payment of initial registration amount just indicates tourist intention of participation in the tour but does not entitle him to any of the services including travel tickets, visas,hotel accommodations etc. until the full tour tariff payment has been received by the Company.
    • (iii) Non payment of full tour tariff
      If full tour tariff is not paid in time, the Company reserves the right to cancel the booking/registration with consequent forfeiture of deposit and the deduction of cancellation charges.
    • (iv) Travelers in need of special assistance
      Special services cannot be given to any specific person in a group tour. The Company,without committing itself or being held responsible in any way whatsoever, will make reasonable attempt to accommodate the special needs of disabled travelers/senior citizen’s if informed at the time of booking. Most transportation services are not equipped with wheel chair ramps. A qualified companion at the entire cost of the disabled tourist/senior citizen must accompany the tourist who needs services not provided by the Company and or independent Contractor to the other tourists in the Group.
    • (v) Transfer of tour
      A transfer from the originally booked tour to another tour is treated as cancellation of earlier tour and a fresh booking of another tour has to be made. All cancellation charges will apply on tour tariff and not on discounted tour tariff for the earlier booked tour. The tour tariff and discounts available / given for the cancelled tour are not valid for fresh booking. Tour tariff and discounts prevailing on the date of fresh booking of another tour will be applicable.
    • (vi) Minimum booking of the tour
      The Tour shall proceed only if the number of tourist who have booked the tour exceed 20 and the said booking of 20 tourists must be received by the Company atleast 30 calendar days prior to the scheduled start of the tour. If the number of tourists booked for any tour falls below 20, then tour may operate without company tour manager and Chef and on MAP plan accommodation with breakfast and dinner and/or with an additional surcharge. However the Company may cancel the tour without assigning any reason and in such an event the tourist can claim only the amount paid by him after deducting the taxes. Till the total number of tourists reaches 20, the booking of the tourist will be strictly provisional. In the event of the company deciding to cancel the tour, cancellation of tour shall be communicated atleast 15 calendar days prior to the date of commencement of tour via any of the following modes (1) sms, (2) telephone and (3) email as per the information given by the tourist or any person for and on behalf of Tourist/s at the time of booking of the tour. In case of cancellation of any tour by Company actual amount paid by the tourists shall be refunded to the tourists.
    • (vii) Health
      It is presumed that the tourist who have booked the tour have gone through the itinerary and is well aware about the same. It is presumed that the Tourist is Medically fit to undertake the said tour. The person who are medically fit to undertake the said tours shall join the said tour. The persons who are and/or who have suffered from any ailments for which they have taken medical treatment have gone into check up hospitalization, shall not join the said tour. Whenever on tour, in case of any health emergency or health related issues, the guests shall be solely responsible to make their own arrangements on the tour for medical assistance. Guests should not expect the Tour Manager to pay full time attention and/or to provide any medical treatment. It is possible that the Tour Manager may be busy in his work for making arrangements for rest of the group. Thus the Company can not be held responsible for any health related issues of the guests.
    • (viii) Tourist with medical ailment
      If any tourist is suffering from any medical ailment and have concealed the same, the Company reserves the right to cancel the booking / registration of any tourist on medical and or other grounds without assigning reasons therefor. The Company also reserves the right to restrict / modify / amend the tour of such tourist/s without assigning any reasons. If the company so directs, the tourist shall have to travel by a separate transport at an additional cost to be paid by tourist immediately. The tourist suffering from any disease at the time of booking / registration is required to provide the doctor’s fitness certificate to undertake the tour. In case of death of tourist all the arrangements for transportation of dead body including procuring the death certificate, post-mortem, re-patriation of dead body and all personal effects/property and insurance claims etc. shall be made by the accompanying tourist and/or relative of the deceased. Company shall not be responsible for extending any help for the same. The entire expenses shall be borne by the accompanying tourist or their relatives. The company or any tour leader shall not be responsible for the same. If any of the relatives want to visit the country where the tourist expired all the necessary arrangement shall be made by the said relatives only.
    • (ix) Persons other than those booked
      Persons, friends or relatives of the tourists, who have not booked the tour shall not be allowed in hotel rooms, restaurants, coaches &sight seeing places or for any activity on the tour.

    5) Insurance
    The tour cost does not include insurance charges unless it is mandatory as per the prevailing rules of the respective countries. Tourist/s are advised and recommended to acquire adequate Insurance Policy and Overseas Travel Insurance cover as per requirement of the Government of the Country concerned to meet expenses including medical, legal, hospitalization, accident etc. during the tour. Presently for most of the European countries, it is mandatory to obtain an Overseas Travel Insurance policy for the tour. In Europe, Egypt and Dubai Tours, the insurance charges for touristsupto the age of 59 years is included in tour tariff and for exceeding the age of 59 years insurance charges has to be paid by the tourist over and above the tour tariff. It is obligatory for the tourist to make full disclosure to the Company, of his medical condition that may affect his ability to take up and complete fully the tour. The Company reserves the right to call for any written certification of his medical fitness before departure. Company is not liable / responsible for any reason whatsoever, for settlement of insuranceclaims and it is a matter solely between the concerned insurance company and the tourist. Insurance companies do not insure baggage.Tourist is advised not to carry valuables or money on tour and keep any valuables in cargo baggage. In case of any unfortunate event while on tour like hospitalization and/or unfortunate demise, it shall be the sole responsibility of the guest/ relative of the hospitalised person/deceased to submit the necessary claim to Insurance authorities for further processing of the claim.

    6) Payments by Tourist
    • (i) Payment of Registration amount
      The registration amount paid at the time of booking, is not refundable and interest free. All the payments by the tourist shall be made in accordance with the procedure laid down in the brochure. The bookings will be processed by the Company only after the registration amount is paid in full. If tourist fails to pay timely full tariff the Company reserves the right to cancel the booking / registration. In case of billing errors, Company reserves the right to re-invoice. In case of dishonored cheques, issued by the tourist in favour of the company the concerned tourist has to pay INR.150/- for every such dishonor and in addition the Company reserves the right to take necessary legal action in respect of dishonored cheques as may be advised. The tourist booking the tour 20 days before the tour departure (subject to availability) has to make all the tariffs/payments to the Company by demand draft or cash.
    • (ii) Tour Tariff
      The tariff of the tour quoted is calculated as per the rates prevailing at the time of quoting it. The Company reserves the right to change the tariff in the event of modification / alteration / change / variation in the said rates before the date of departure. Any such increase in the tour tariff accordingly must be paid in full by the tourist before tour departure. Any increase in tour tariff during the tour must be paid in full by the tourist during tour. All tour tariffs are exclusive of all taxes applicable from time to time.
    • (iii) Discounts/Benefits
      Early booking of tour makes the tourist eligible for the benefit or discount as declared by the Company which are valid for limited number of seats, limited period, specific tour dates and varies from tour to tour, region to region and country to country, tourist to tourist and age of the tourist. The Company reserves the right to amend, alter, vary or withdraw any of the discounts/benefits without prior intimation to the tourist. To be eligible for any discounts/benefits tourist must pay the full registration amount at the time of booking itself. Discounts/benefits are generally applicable for tourists whose age is 2 years and above for World tours.
    • (iv) Foreign Exchange
      All World Tours are subject to RBI / Govt of India approval. Such Foreign Exchange shall be subject to availability in India & acceptance of the same in other countries.
    • (vi) Airlines
      High season surcharge as per the rules of the Airline concerned has to be paid by the Tourist. Any increase in airfare, airport taxes, visa charges, fuel surcharges after the booking/registration will have to be paid and borne by the tourist. Air Ticket Cancellation charges plus deposit forfeit charges as are applicable under the rules of the concerned Airline are to be paid by tourist immediately in the event of cancellation of the tour by tourist.
    • (vii) Tour tariff other than Ex-Kolkata (World tours)
      Tour tariff is based on departure from Kolkata, India, unless specifically mentioned. Tourists boarding flights at places other than Kolkata have to pay the entire airfare difference and bear and pay any other additional expenses including airport transfers, hotel stay etc. on that account

    7) Documents
    • (i) Passport
      Passport is an official document required whenever tourist intend to travel abroad and in addition the tourist should have visa of that particular country which the tourist wants to visit. Before submission of the passport to the Company for obtaining visa, tourist has to ensure that passport validity is minimum 180 days from the arrival/ conclusion date of the tour in India and it has sufficient blank pages, which should not be damaged/stapled/torn,etc. for recording the visas of the respective countries. All tourists booking tours for Europe sector should ensure that the year of issue on their passport should be after 01/01/2001.
    • (ii) Loss of passport
      Tourist traveling abroad should take care of not losing passport. Loss of passport on tour involves costs and consequences such as filing FIR, visiting Indian Embassy, getting new passport or landing certificate, expenses on the stay, food, transportation etc. all of which have to be borne and paid by the concerned tourists only. Getting the landing certificate or the new passport is the sole responsibility of the tourists alone. Tour Manager is not responsible or liable or under obligation, for the loss of passport and consequences thereof. Entire consequential expenses shall be met by the tourist(s). Any other tourist accompanying the tourist who has lost the passport wishes to terminate the tour intermittently will also be responsible to meet the expenses etc. No further refund will be given for the tourist leaving the tour abruptly.
    • (iii) Visa (World tours)
      The Tourist interested going abroad must have a valid Visa to visit/travel to that Country/Countries. Visa is the short form of ‘Visitors Intending To Stay Abroad’ and means the valid permission granted by the Government of country without which the tourist can not visit / travel to that Country. Company generally assists in documentation and submission of application for visa by forwarding them to the respective consulates on the dates as pre-defined by the concerned authority. Company also generally guides tourists for U.K. Visa documentation and/ or taking the interview date for U.S.A. visa. The visa fees charged to the tourists shall be at the rates prevailing as on the date of submission of documents to the Consulate.

      The granting or not granting visa is the sole prerogative of the concerned Consulate/Authorities even after submitting all relevant documents or attending personal interview or otherwise and company is not at all responsible for grant of or not grant of visa for whatever reasons and for errors in the date of visa granted or scanned photographs by the concerned authorities. No consulate gives any reason for not granting visa. Normally the passport is returned without visa. The Company therefore shall not provide any reason why a person is not granted a visa. The Company also can not give any reason why a particular person was granted a visa as the same is at the discretion of consulate of respective countries. All costs and charges in respect of the said application for the visa as intimated by Company shall be borne by the tourists only. Company reserves the right to levy an additional charge over and above the tour tariff to be paid and borne by tourists for delay in production of visa by the tourist before the Company for any reason whatsoever. If the tourist cancels a tour due to not granting of visa and /or for any other reasons whatsoever, the cancellation charges shall be paid by the tourist and any fine, penalties or any such payments arising due to not meeting with the requirements of any airport or government authorities including Passport or Visa documents, are to be paid by the Tourist.

    Mandatory Documents ( For All Tours)
    • Passport with 180 days validity from arrival date in India after the tour (Check Names & Blank pages for VISAs as per required )
    • Duly signed & filled VISA forms by each Tourist as per Passport signature &details.For Children, take Thumb impression ( If passport has thumb impression) or signature alongwith Parent’s Signature ( Male – Left Thumb & Female Right Thumb)
    • Personal Covering letter stating purpose of the travel (Personal/Tour/ Employment etc.) along with financial/ sponsorship details.( For Employed On Plain paper, SelfEmployed On Plain paper with Visiting Card, Business or Professionals On their letter head ) Sometimes due to load factor at the Consulates, the VISA processing takes longer time and in few cases VISA is not granted before tour departure or it is delayed. In such cases, Heena as a facilitator will not be responsible for any consequences and/or liable for any refund, the tourist will have to bear all the cancellation and re-booking charges for the next tour.
    (iv) Tourists Responsibility
    It shall be sole responsibility of the tourist to hold required valid travel documents and statutory clearances, including passports, visas, confirmed travel tickets, insurance including medical insurance certificates, any other document used to confirm the services of tour including an arrangement with independent contractor and other statutory certificates, to enable him/her to undertake tour. All travel documents are nontransferable and must be issued in the name of the passport/photo identity holder, otherwise if the booking may be cancelled. Passport must be valid from the start of the tour to at least six months subsequent to the scheduled departure date of the tour. The Tourists shall ensure timely collection of all such documents enabling them to undertake tour and be present in time for departure. Tourists should keep certified true copies and xerox copies of all documents including valid travel documents and statutory clearances, including passports, visas, confirmed travel tickets, insurance including medical insurance certificates, any other document used to confirm the services of tour including an arrangement with independent contractor and other statutory certificates, used by him/her while on tour.

    8) Itinerary Changes
    • (a). In case of force majeure conditions, the Company reserves the right to change / modify / vary / alter the tour itinerary and/ or tour tariff accordingly. Such changes etc.shall be intimated to tourist, prior to the start of the tour or on tour as the case may be.Additional charges, if any, due to such changes etc. over and above the tour tariff have to be paid by the tourist before or on tour itself as the case may be. No complaints /compensations and/or claiming of refunds by the tourist will be entertained by the Company for limitation and/or non- availability of certain services including museums, restaurants, sightseeing, shopping etc. even though included in tour itinerary.
    • (b). Due to certain unavoidable circumstances, other than force majeure conditions,if any day of our is curtailed/any sight seeing missed/any other services not being provided due to some reason from Company’s side, then the Company shall be liable to refund the guest, only that portion of the tour amount arrived at for that missed day/missed sight seeing/missed services. However, no other demand will be entertained nor any other payment will be made by the Company in this regard.

    (ii) Deviations
    If any tourist wishes to deviate from the tour itinerary the company will permit such deviations at its discretion. For such deviation, the tourist has to pay full cost thereof in addition to the tour tariff before the tour departure.

    (iii) Tourists joining and/or leaving the tour at places other than indicated in the tour.
    • a)Such tourists should possess the entire air travel tickets including internal sectors along with valid visas for the respective countries and insurance cover if required by the concerned countries, unless otherwise informed.
    • b)If such tourists are reaching before the scheduled arrival time of the tour at the respective airport then they should be present in time at the respective airport arrival hall of the terminal where the concerned tour group is landing.
    • c)If tourists are reaching after the scheduled arrival time of the concerned tour the tourist should join the tour group directly at the hotel/1st destination/sight seeing place, etc. as the case may be on their own and at their own costs and risks.
    • d)Such tourist are required to provide to the company 20 days in advance before the tour starts details viz. Inward and outward flight/journey details, Photocopy of an airline ticket, E mail, mobile, contact particulars of the tourists.

    9) Transport
    (i) Coach/Bus Seating
    Seat Nos. 1,2,3,4 (front 4 seats) in each bus/ coach are reserved for the company including Tour Escort/Guide etc. and/ or as premium seats which can be booked by tourists subject to availability, on payment of additional tariff. Company reserves the Premium seat allocation right.There is a strict “no smoking”, “no alcohol” and “no eating” policy in the travel mode. Company advises the tourists to carry the valuable items with them when they leave the travel mode. All baggage and personal effects are at all times and in all circumstances the responsibility of the Tourist. The Company shall not be in any manner responsible or liable in case of loss of any items of the tourist. Any damages caused by the Tourist to the bus/coach and or any other travel mode during the tour shall be reimbursed by the Tourist to the concerned independent contractor and Company will not be liable for the same.

    10) Hotels
    • (i)Company takes care to select hotels and book the same on behalf of tourists at convenient locations subject to availability. Hotel accommodation is generally provided on Twin sharing basis in standard rooms and the third bed is often a roll-away mattress put in a twin bedded room. Most of the rooms have a private bath or shower. Airconditioning, central heating and other facilities are provided by the hotels depending upon various factors including weather / climatic conditions, local systems,tour type, etc. A family of four(4) is given two(2) rooms at most of the destinations around the world, as safety regulations do not allow four(4) persons in one room. In such cases, child tourist has to pay the adult tour price.
    • (ii) Single Occupancy
      Single tourist provided with single occupancy / single bedded room have to pay single occupancy charges for the full tour. Size of single room is comparatively smaller than twin sharing room and may be on different floor than groups rooms.
    • (iii) Check in and check out time
      Tourist has to abide by the check-in and check-out time of the respective hotels. For Indian tours, generally the check-in time is 12 noon and check-out time is 10 am. For World tours, generally the check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is at 12 noon. If tourist wants any change therein, tourist should manage the same at his own cost with hotel authorities on payment of additional charges, if any.
    • (iv) Additional facilities
      Additional facilities including Laundry, telephone, mini bar, alcohol, beverages, food, optional excursions, excess baggage fees, shopping, paid toilet if availed by the tourist, have to be paid by the tourist only before leaving the hotel, ship/cruise or restaurant etc.as the case may be.
    • (v) Room Sharing
      Two single tourist can decide to share a hotel room, and/or accommodate a third tourist booked on the same tour on triple sharing / basis. Any misunderstandings or incidence like missing items or difference of opinion between each other will have to be settled between room partners themselves. Company is not responsible for any loss or mishap. If for any reason, concerned partner cancels or alters the booking of the tour, then the other tourist / partner has to bear entire room charges including that of the partner who has cancelled the tour. No adjustment shall be made from the monies contributed by tourist / partner who had cancelled the tour. Shared rooms have no smoking policy.

    11) Meals
    There is mostly a pre set menu for meals depending on the tour program. Packed meals are served at some places. Company will always serve Pure Gujarathi Vegetarian food prepared by chef during the luches& dinners. In case of baby meal, company’s limitation is tin milk, plain dal & rice, apart from that if any diet is required by baby tourists, the tourists in whose custody the baby is, will have to make their own/independent arrangements for the meal at their costs and consequences. No Complaints / Claims for refund in respect of the meals will be entertained and the Company reserves the right to change the menu and arrangements of the meals without assigning any reasons thereof

    12) Tour Managers on Tour
    Tour Managers/assistants/escorts are assisting to the tourists throughout the tour, they are not responsible for tourists baggage or any kind of personal belongings. On the entire tour the tourist have to be responsible and carry the baggage on their own. The instructions and information of the tour, are to be followed in the group tours and tour manager is not responsible for any instructions overruled by the tourists and its consequences.

    13) Baggage
    Tourists are responsible for their own baggage. The baggage at the airport, during any air travel, in coaches , in any train journey, at immigration points etc, tourists have to verify and be responsible for the same. The porterage or the tips for services rendered to carry tourists baggage to the rooms is guests responsibility and have to be paid directly to the service provider. The “porter” or any helper arranged by the tourists at any train stations, airports, at immigration points or any other place , is the sole responsibility of the tourists and have to pay tip directly to them.

    14) Cancellation Charges
    If the tourist decides to cancel the tour for any reason whatsoever he shall make an application in writing to that effect within specified time limit hereunder along with the original receipt issued by the Company. Such cancellation will attract the cancellation charges stated hereunder.
    Cancellation charges for any mode of transport ticket are applicable as per the rules of the concerned authority. Air ticket cancellation charges for special fares if paid by the tourist are NON REFUNDABLE. Any refund payable will be refunded to the tourist after receipt of the refund from respective authorities after deducting the processing charges.

    15) Miscellaneous
    • (i) Complaints or grievances
      If the tourist has any claim, grievance and / or complaint in respect of services provided by any of the independent contractors, the tourist shall immediately notify the same to the independent contractor in writing, and a copy thereof is handed over to the tour escort / leader / Manager / Assistant and /or Company not later than 7 days thereof to enable the Company to take up the matter with the concerned independent contractor.
    • (ii) Privacy of Information
      Any Information furnished by the tourist to the tour escort / leader/ Manager / Assistant and or the Company, is subject to disclosure thereof as required by law or by an order by court or the rules, regulations and enquiry by any government / statutory authority. Company shall not disclose any data of its own under any circumstances to any guests including any kind of clarification on itinerary, tour costs, cancellation charges etc.
    • (iii) Government rules for NRI ( NON RESIDENT INDIAN ) TOURIST
      All tourists staying abroad including NRIs or foreigners should abide by all the laws, rules, regulations of Government of India and/ or the country concerned while undertaking the tour.
    • (iv) Photographs or Video Clips
      Company reserves the right to use Photographs / Video Clips of the tourist taken on tour and/ or given by tourist, for promotion of the Company€™s Business without obtaining prior permission of the concerned tourist.
    • (v) Valuables
      The Company advises tourists not to carry valuable items to the extent possible with them on tour and invariably carry such items, if any, with them while leaving the hotel for whatever reasons and not to keep any valuables, money or important travel documents etc. in suitcase. Better keep them in safe deposit lockers. In case of any loss suffered by the tourist the Company is not liable or responsible for the same.
    • (vi) Shopping
      Shopping is one of the important activities of any tour. All tourists are hereby made aware that Sri Balaji neither recommends nor promote any specific shop or vendor for shopping purpose. We understand that the guests are wise enough to decide themselves what to buy and where to buy. It is a sole discretion of the Guest. Hence, Sri Balaji do not take any responsibility or liability in case of any cheating or misguiding by the shop owner.
    • (vii) Tourists not allowed
      Guests other than tourist are not to be invited on tour by any tourist and they are not allowed to use any of the services of the tour.
    • (viii) Paid Toilets
      At some places/destinations/country,there are paid toilet haults, which tourist have to take care on own.
    • (ix) Jurisdiction
      All disputes pertaining to the tour and any claim arising there under shall be subject to the Court of competent jurisdiction at Kolkata only.

    16) Refund
    (i) Refundsif any, for variation/modification/amendments/alteration and/or cancellations etc. of any tour will be paid directly to the tourist by ‘A/C payee’ cheque, in Indian Rupees at the prevailing rate of exchange on the date of the cheque, as per Reserve Bank of India Rules and Regulations, irrespective of whether the tour payments in part or whole were made in foreign currency.

    (ii) No refund will be payable,
    • a)for any missed / unused services of the tour including the meals due to whatsoever reason.
    • b)Where full deposit is required to be paid in advance to the concerned authorities to enable Company to confirm the reservation
    • c)If services of the tour are modified, varied, amended, cancelled or not utilized.
    • d)if any tourist decides and or is required to cancel the tour due to any changes made in the rules by the concerned Government.
    • e) where Airfares are contracted in bulk for Airport to Airport
    • f) If the tour is indefinitely postponed due to natural calamity, riots, political calamities or any other unforeseen calamities
    • g)Refund is not applicable for Indian / domestic sectors and on certain conditions which include that such air tickets are non refundable and date change is not allowed.
    • h)All the bank charges for credit card transactions





Contact Detail

Sri Balaji Tours & Travels

Contact Person :-

Mr. Biswadeep Chatterjee

Address :- Manjuri Appartment Ground Floor, India O.t. Road, Near Allahabad Bank A.t.m, Kharagpur, Dist- Paschim Medinipur, Kharagpur, West Bengal, India - 721305
Primary Number :- 08049671536

Phone :- +91-3222-225525
Mobile :- +91-9735148000


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