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Kolkata With Gangasagar Tour

Package Duration
4 Days / 3 Nights
Destination Covered
Kolkata

  • Day 1 : Arrive Kolkata

    Description :

    Upon arrival at Howrah Railway station meet & greet by our representative and transfer to hotel. En route visit Howrah Bridge. Check in to the hotel. Afternoon proceed to The famous Eco Tourism Park at Rajarhat. Evening enjoy Light & Sound show. Back to hotel. Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel

    Day 2 : Kolkata (Day long excursion to Gangasagar)

    Description :

    early morning proceed to Gangasagar, (with packed breakfast)Sagar Island is an island in the Ganges delta, lying on the continental shelf of Bay of Bengal about 100 km (54 nautical miles) south of Kolkata. It belongs to the Republic of India and is governed by the State government of West Bengal. The island is large — with an area of 224.3 km, lying between 21°36’ to 21°56’ north latitude and 88°2’ to 88° 11’ east latitude.[1] It has 43 villages and a population of over 160,000. The largest village is also named "Ganga Sagar" or "Gangasagar". Although Sagarisland is a part of Sunderban Administration, it does not have any tiger habitation or mangrove forests or small river tributaries as is characteristic of the overall sunderban delta.This island, also known as Gangasagar or Sagardwip, is a place of Hindu pilgrimage. Every year on the day of MakarSankranti(14 January), hundreds of thousands of Hindus gather to take a holy dip at the confluence of river Ganges and Bay of Bengal and offer prayers (puja) in the Kapil Muni Temple. Back to hotel. Dinner & overnight stay at hotel.

    Day 3 : Kolkata City & Temple tour

    • Indian Museum
    • Fort William
    • Belur Math

    Description :

    After breakfast proceed to Dakhineswar temple and Belur Math (Visit Kali Mata, Thakur Ramakrishna Home and Mata Sarada, Swami Vivekananda math etc), On 2nd half proceed for Kolkata city tour – Victoriya Memorial, Eden Garden, Indian Museum, Fort William etc. Evening proceed for Shopping by Underground Kolkata Metro Railway.

    Day 4 : Depart Kolkata

    Description :

    After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Airport / Railway station

  • Other Benefits (On Arrival)
    Description :
    Kolkata's history is intimately related to the British East India Company, which first arrived in 1690, and to British India, of which Calcutta became the capital of in 1772. Job Charnock was widely known as the founder of Calcutta (Sutanuti, Govindapur & Calcutta) but in recent years a number of Indian historians have disputed this claim, arguing that Calcutta occupies the site of an older Indian city, centered around the ancient Kali temple at Kalighat. This claim has been accepted by the Kolkata High Court. The Court has dismissed the name of Job Charnock as the founder of the city and 24 th August as its date of birth. The historic Judgement was based upon an high level Expert Commitee findings. It has been proved that Kolkata had an highly civilized society for centuries before the Europeans first came here.
    Whatever its origins, Calcutta flowered as the capital of British India during the nineteenth century, the heyday of the Raj. Calcutta University, the first modern Indian university was founded here in 1857. Calcutta became the center of Indian arts and literature, and the national movement for independence got its start here. However, with the transfer of the capital to Delhi in 1911, the pains of the partition of Bengal in 1947, and a violent and bloody Maoist movement (the Naxalite movement) in the 1970s, Calcutta has become synonymous with urban decay and poverty ("New York is deteriorating into New Calcutta," opined an editorial in The New York Times on Dec. 25th, 1988).

    Kolkata's history is intimately related to the British East India Company, which first arrived in 1690, and to British India, of which Calcutta became the capital of in 1772. Job Charnock was widely known as the founder of Calcutta (Sutanuti, Govindapur & Calcutta) but in recent years a number of Indian historians have disputed this claim, arguing that Calcutta occupies the site of an older Indian city, centered around the ancient Kali temple at Kalighat. This claim has been accepted by the Kolkata High Court. The Court has dismissed the name of Job Charnock as the founder of the city and 24 th August as its date of birth. The historic Judgement was based upon an high level Expert Commitee findings. It has been proved that Kolkata had an highly civilized society for centuries before the Europeans first came here.
    Whatever its origins, Calcutta flowered as the capital of British India during the nineteenth century, the heyday of the Raj. Calcutta University, the first modern Indian university was founded here in 1857. Calcutta became the center of Indian arts and literature, and the national movement for independence got its start here. However, with the transfer of the capital to Delhi in 1911, the pains of the partition of Bengal in 1947, and a violent and bloody Maoist movement (the Naxalite movement) in the 1970s, Calcutta has become synonymous with urban decay and poverty ("New York is deteriorating into New Calcutta," opined an editorial in The New York Times on Dec. 25th, 1988).


    Sagar Island is about 80 km south of Kolkata, cut off from the main land by Muriganga river. At present there is no road bridge to connect the island to the main land. The Muriganga river can be crossed by ferry service to reach the Sagar Island. After crossing, the confluence of Sagar (bay of Bengal) & Ganga (holy river Ganges) can be reached via private taxis also.


    There are two major railway stations in Kolkata - Howrah (not in Kolkata actually, it's in the adjoining city Howrah) and Sealdah. A new terminus station called 'Kolkata' has also started functioning since 2005, but presently it accommodates very few trains. Directly facing Howrah are ferries (Rs. 4) that can get you to the other side of the river either Babu Ghat or Fairlie Place from where you can arrange onward transportation with anything from taxis to public buses to human rickshaws. With the traffic situation this might actually save you time as well as money.
    Package Excludes :
    • 3.50% Govt Service Tax.
    • Room incidentals.
    • Lunch during the tour
    • Any broker charges for Temple.
    • Horse ride/pony ride etc.
    • Tipping/gratuities to guide/driver.
    • Beverages during meal time.
    • All entrance fees where ever applicable apart from above.
    • Camera & Video permits.
    • Any services not mentioned in the above.

  • Package Terms & Conditions :

    Terms & Conditions:

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    Hotel rooms are subject to availability, else we provide similar accommodation.

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    The order of the itinerary is subject to change without prior notice (according to weather conditions, any Political Problems or other

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    circumstances).

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    Amendments of services, Number of heads, dates or group size can have an impact on the quotation and have to be revised accordingly.

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    Child / Extra adult sharing with double bed. Extra meal cost will pay by the guest for free of cost occupancy.

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    An additional mattress or a rollaway bed will be provided for the third person sharing the room. It may vary as per hotels. 

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    Departure & Arrival between 2300hrs and 0700hrs mid night surcharge will be apply.

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    Child age 10 years and above will be treat as an adult

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    If tour will be extend due to any emergency circumstances, extra cost will be borne by the Guest.

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    Any changes of Transportation during the tour, extra cost will be borne by the Guest.

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    Transportation service is point to point basis.

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    All traveler has to follow the day wise itinerary which will not change while traveling.

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    Kindly verify all the details with your coordinator before travel.

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    If any difficulty / technically problem during the tour kindly cooperate with us to recover the situation.  

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    Some sightseeing depends on Govt. permit, Each Guest should be carry their Govt. Identity Card (Original & Xerox both) with passport

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    size photograph at the time of travel

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    100% payments must be made to SUNBIRD JOURNEY….before 15 days of Travel date.

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    Cancellation:

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    Hotel / Accommodation will not change once we confirm the hotel

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    90% Cancelation charge will be applicable if cancel before 15 days from date of Journey

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    60% Cancelation charge will be applicable if cancel before 15 - 20 days from date of Journey

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    40% Cancelation charge will be applicable if cancel before 20 - 30 days from date of Journey

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    30% Cancelation charge will be applicable if cancel before 30 days and above from date of Journey

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    No refund is allowed if cancellation is made 14 days before Journey date.

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    No cancellation will be accepted over telephone.

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    For cancellation please produce the application letter with your original receipt by email or visit at office.

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