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You will visit ancient places of worship, royal palaces, formidable fortresses, fun-filled festivals and enjoy the hospitality of North and South India! have a memorable elephant ride, enjoy culinary delights and do lots of shopping! South India: experience the cultural influences on Kerala, cruise the Backwaters on a charming Rice Houseboat, savor the flavors of South Indian cuisine...  

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enjoy a seaside resort, experience the therapeutic calm of an Ayurvedic Spa and worship at an amazing temple! And, yes, there’s lots of shopping! All this in 6 different Indian States and in just 08 days!

Day 1 : Arrive Delhi

- Arrive: Delhi - Indira Gandhi International Airport - Group will be received by Tour Operator and transported to Hotel For Your Comfort, All Land Travel is by Air con car. 

Day 2 : Delhi

After Breakfast Sightseeing Tour of New Delhi - Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhawan, India
Gate, Birla House, Bahai Lotus Temple, Chattarpur Temples, Qutab Minar
- Shopping at Jan Path and State Emporiums (Baba Kharaksingh Marg)
- day at leisure for own activities. Overnight in Delhi hotel 

Day 3 : Delhi to cochin by flight 

After morning breakfast to board plane for Cochin
enjoy City tour of Cochin -Visit the Mattancherry Dutch Palace - (closed on Fridays and public holidays), which was built by the Portuguese in 1555 and renovated by the Dutch in 1663. Visit a Jewish Synagogue-(closed on all Saturdays and Jewish holidays) in Jew Town and Fort Cochin Area. There are a couple of streets of picture-postcard houses out of another age. Visit St. Francis Church - (closed for visitors on Sundays from 08.00 to 11.00 hrs) the oldest European Church in India. It has several antiquities including a wealth of records. See the Chinese Fishing Nets, along the tip of Fort Cochin unique to this part of Kerala and living symbols of a centuries-old Chinese influence on this coast. Overnight at the hotel.

Check-in at Cochin Hotel
- Guided tour of Cochin
- Evening: Kathakali Performance and Dinner - overnight in Cochin hotel

Day 4 : Cochin to munnar

After Breakfast,drive to famous hill station of south india- Munnar.
After late morning breakfast Proceed to Munnar ‘ the tea garden hill station of kerala' Reach Munnar and relax For the rest of time get yourself enveloped by the majestic nature Visit the Ernakulam National Park ‘ where you get to see the endangered "Nilgiri Tahr”. Later on proceed to visit Mattupetty Dam, Eco Point, Tea Museum where in you discover how the tealeaves are processed from the raw stage to final. Tea tasting is also available. 

-check in munnar hotel.
-on the way visit spices plantation.

Day 5 : Munnar

After Breakfast ,sight-seeing of munnar hill station of south india
-evening visit plantation gardens

Day 6 : Munnar to Alleppey

After Breakfast ,drive to Alleppey to catch Rice Houseboat. Watch the sun go down as you cruise on floating villas with all meals included and served on board!
- over night in house boat.

Day 7 : Alleppey to Kanayakumari

After Breakfast on house boat drive to Kanyakumari
Kanyakumari information deals with the all round information of the city and the district of Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu . The Kanyakumari district, which is located to the southern most tip of the country, attracts thousands of tourists each year. The view of the sea from the Vivekananda Rock is breathtaking. The confluence of the three major water bodies, surrounding the Indian peninsular, meets at this point. The Thiruvalluvar statue, the Vivekananda Memorial, the Gandhi Memorial, the Baywatch Amusement park are some of the many tourist attractions in Kanyakumari city. Besides that there are many tourist destinations throughout the Kanyakumari district. Morning after breakfast visit 03 oceans in one place and Vivekananda rock in middle of 03 oceans - Sightseeing tour of Trivandrum including visit to the magnificent Shri Pudhmanabha Swami (Vishnu) Temple and afternoon day at leisure in kovalam beach. over night

Day 8 : Kanayakumari to Kovalam Trivandrum

After Breakfast drive to Kovalam. Check-in at Kovalam Resort Hotel
- Evening free to spend at Spa or Kovalam Beach
Dinner and overnight at Hotel
- Sightseeing tour of Trivandrum including visit to the magnificent Shri Pudhmanabha Swami (Vishnu) Temple
- Evening flight to mumbai.


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Visit ancient shrines, royal palaces, formidable fortresses, fun-filled festivals, amazing markets and well stocked shops, enjoy the culinary delights andthe traditional hospitality of North and South India.
Experience the Rich Diversity, Artistry, Simplicity and Majesty of India! 

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enjoy a seaside resort, experience the therapeutic calm of an Ayurvedic Spa and worship at an amazing temple! And, yes, there’s lots of shopping! All this in 6 different Indian States and in just 08 days!

Day 1 : Arrive Delhi

After rest,Lunch in Hotel. Afternoon Drive to India Gate,Rashtrapathi Bhavan, Cannought Place. Evening Show at the ‘Kingdom of Dreams’. Overnight in Delhi Hotel 

Day 2 : Delhi

Visit to KutubMinar,Craft Museum at Pragati Maidan, Gandhiji’s Shrine. Evening drive toAkshadham to experience the Historical Boat Ride and beautiful Evening Lights and Water Show.Overnight in Delhi Hotel 

Day 3 : Delhi 

Morning Old Delhi Sightseeing - Red Fort, Chandani Chowk, KinariWali and Parathe Wali Gallies. Shopping in Karol Bagh. Overnight in Delhi Hotel

Day 4 : Delhi -Haridwar

Morning Drive to the sacred city of Haridwar, visit Baba Ramdeo’s Ashram, Evening Sandhya Aarti on the Banks of the Ganga River. Overnight in Haridwar Hotel

Day 5 : Haridwar - Rishikesh

Morning Drive to Mansa Devi and Chandi Devi Temples by Cable Car. Visit Ananda Mai Ashram and Daksheswara Mahadev Temple. Afternoon: visit to Laxman Jhulla& Ram Julla andShivanand Ashram. Evening: Visit the famous Mother Goddess Temple. Dinner at Hotel. Overnight in Rishikesh Hotel

Day 6 : Rishikesh – mathura vrindhvan

Morning Drive to Mathura - visit the birthplace of Lord Krishna, then on to Vrindavan to the iconic Prem Mandir. Overnight in Vrindavan Hotel

Day 7 : Vrindhvan - Agra

Morning Drive to Agra, Visit Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikiri. Overnight in Agra Hotel

Day 8 : Agra - jaipur

Morningvisit the Taj Mahal, then Drive to Jaipur, sightseeing and elephant ride at Amber Fort. Rajasthani Dinner/Show. Overnight in Jaipur Hotel

Day 9 : Jaipur – varanasi by flight

MorningFlightfrom Jaipur to Benares (Kashi), check in at Benares Hotel, then visit Sarnath where the Buddha imparted his great teachings, visit museum.Evening visitto the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Sandhya Arti at the famous Kashi Ghat.Overnight in Benares Hotel

Day 10 : Varanasi – Chennai by flight

Morning Flight to Chennai. After checking in to hotel, Tour of Chennai.Overnight in Chennai Hotel

Day 11 : Chennai – Madurai- Rameswaram

Morning Drive to Madurai. After visit of Madurai Temple Complex, Drive to Rameshwaram. Overnight in Rameswaram Hotel

Day 12 : Rameswaram- Kanayakumari

Morning Drive to Kanyakumari, the Southernmost tip of India. Take a Boat ride to Swami Vevikanand’s Shrine where 3 great oceans meet. Evening Flight to Mumbai. Overnight in Kanyakumari Hotel

Day 13 : Kanayakumari - Cochin via Alleppey

Morning Drive to Kanyakumari, the Southernmost tip of India. Take a Boat ride to Swami Vevikanand’s Shrine where 3 great oceans meet. Evening Flight to Mumbai. Overnight in Kanyakumari Hotel

Day 14 : Mumbai

Morning Mumbai sightseeing. Enjoy a Gujarati Thali Lunch. Afternoon visit to Film City Bollywood. See the Stars in action. Afternoon Shopping and Driving Tour of Mumbai by Night: Marine Drive, Chowpati Beach, see the unique Marathi Naach dance show.over night

Day 15 : Mumbai

Morning after breakfast day at leisure for own activities.Over night in Hotel

Day 16 : Mumbai departure

Morning after breakfast departure to international airport to board flight for own destination.

In just 12 days! :

You will discover many fascinating Indian cities in North and South India: their sacred shrines, theirhistoric, ancient monuments. You will experience India’s diversity inart, culture, traditions and delicious culinary delights…and be amazed by India’s modernization!

All Inclusive Package Price: Aud 2500

All Hotels: 4/5 Stars

Inclusions :
  • Arrival and Departure assistance
  • Accommodation on Double Occupancy in the above-mentioned hotels or similar
  • Daily breakfast & Buffet Dinner at the hotels
  • English speaking guide/escort at each destination
  • Internal Flights in India
  • Transportation in an Air-conditioned Chauffer driven Coach at your disposal throughout the tour
  • Cruise Boat rides in Rameshwaram&Kanayakumariand Alleppy
  • Boat ride in Rishikesh & Cable Car ride in Haridwar to Mansa and Chandi Devi Temples
  • All Taxes including the Service Tax (9%)
  • All Monument Entrance Fees
Exclusions :
  • Laundry and Tips
  • International Flights
  • Anything not mentioned in the Inclusions

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Chennai has innumerable places of tourist interest. It is the Gateway to South India and 368 years old, and the 34th largest metropolitan city in the world. One cannot fail to notice the dominant British influences in the city. But Chennai retains a charming characteristic of a typical South Indian heritage....

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Day 1 : Arrive Dubai to Chennai

A Chennai has innumerable places of tourist interest. It is the Gateway to South India and 368 years old, and the 34th largest metropolitan city in the world. One cannot fail to notice the dominant British influences in the city. But Chennai retains a charming characteristic of a typical South Indian heritage. Fort St. George was built by the East India Company. Fort Museum contains many relics pertaining to the reign of the East India Company and British India. St. Mary’s Church is the oldest Anglican Church in Asia, the first English Church in Chennai and the oldest surviving British Church in India National Art Gallery and Government Museum has an excellent archaeological section and also houses a good ethnological collection of the Cholas. The Marina Beach is the second longest beach in the world. St. Thomas Mount is a small hillock, where the Apostle, St. Thomas was believed to have been killed by his assassins. Kapaleeswar temple is an ancient Shiva temple constructed in the Dravidian style and displays the architectural elements. St Thomas Cathedral- Santhome Cathedral Basilica is said to house the remains of St. Thomas, the Apostle. 

Day 2 : Chennai … Overnight Stay at Hotel Residency Towers
Shopping & Sight Seeing

Shopping and Sight Seeing. Free & Leisure tour as desired by the Quest, for shopping, sightseeing, Entertainment Programmes (Dance, Music, Cinema), Culture Tour, (Village Town), Meeting friends and relatives, trekking, etc., (The vehicle is provided for the whole day to)  

Day 3 : Kancheepuram , Mahabalipuram … Overnight Stay at Hotel MGM Beach Resorts  

KANCHEEPURAM - There are 1008 temples built by the ancient rulers here earning the the place the epithet of Temple City of India. VardharajaPerumal temple, Ekambareswarar temple, Kamatchi Amman temple and UlaganathaPerumal temple are some of the most famous temples. The city is also famous for its silk since it is home to the finest silk industry in India. The city of Kancheepuram has served as a royal capital to the greatest empires for centuries. The first South Indian stone temples were constructed in Kancheepuram. Ekambreeswarar temple is one of the largest temples in Kancheepuram. Kamatchi Amman temple is one of the three most holy shrines dedicated to Sakthi. Kailashnatha temple reflects the simplicity of early Dravidian architecture. The Kailashnath temple is considered to be the oldest and the most beautiful temple in South India. Magnificent sculptures leave the onlookers mesmerized.

(Drive Kancheepuram To Mahabalipuram 2 Hrs.)


MAHABALIPURAM - The rock carvings at Mahabalipuram are notable for the delightful freshness and simplicity of their folk art origins. It is one of the world famous monument sites of the country and is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mandapa or pavilions and the rathas or shrines shaped as temple chariots are hewn from a granite rock face, while the famed Shore Temple, erected half a century later, was built from dressed stone. The Shore Temple in particular, strikes a very romantic theme and is one of the most photographed monuments in India now ravaged by wind and sea. Five Rathas - The five rathas are sculptured temples in the style of chariots and carved from solid rock. Krishna Mandapam - It features carvings of a pastoral scene.

Day 4 : Pondicherry … Overnight Stay at Hotel

(Drive Mahabalipuram To Pondicherry 2 Hrs.)


PONDICHERRY is a living monument of French culture in India. The town was once upon a time, an abode of scholars well versed in the Vedas. Joseph François Dupleix became the Governor of this French Territory in India. Internal disturbances in Puducherry gave the British, the opportunity to gain control. However, after the Treaty of Paris, the British restored the settlements to the French. French Influence - The design of the city was based on the French grid pattern. (Originally Dutch, the plans of Pondicherry dating from the end of the seventeenth century are preserved in the National Archives at The Hague). The city has many colonial buildings, churches, temples and statues, which, combined with the systematic town planning and the well planned French style avenues, still preserve much of the colonial ambience. Beaches in Puducherry are Promenade Beach, Paradise Beach, The Auroville Beach and Serenity Beach.Sri Aurobindo Ashram is one of the best-known and wealthiest ashrams in India. Auroville is meant to be a universal town where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony, above any creed, politics and nationalities. The heritage buildings and monuments present around the Promenade beach are the Children’s Park & Dupleix Statue, Gandhi statue, Nehru Statue, Le Café, French War Memorial, 19th Century Light House, Bharathi Park, Governor’s Palace, Romain Rolland Library, Legislative Assembly, Puducherry Museum and the French Institute of Pondicherry.

Day 5 : Chidambaram, Tanjore … Overnight Stay at Hotel Sangam

(Drive Pondicherry To Chidambaram 1 ½ Hrs.)


CHIDAMBARAM Nataraja temple is one of the panchabhootatemples representing space. The ancient Chidambaram Nataraja Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva in the form of the Cosmic Dancer and is the oldest temple in Southern India. The 1000 pillared hall, the NrityaSabha or court is carved out like a gigantic chariot. Sambanthar, Tirunavukkarasar, SundaramurtiSwamigal, Manickavasagar and Nandanar attained Mukti in Chidambaram. Bharatanatyam dancers from different parts of the world offer their prayers to Lord Nataraja during the famous annual Natyanjali festival. A number of families are engaged in the gold and silver ornament-making business for generations. Most of the artifacts are hand created, which are rich in quality and artistry. Sri Raghavendra Swami was born near Chidambaram. Chidambaram is home to the Annamalai University.

(Drive Chidambaram To Tanjore 3 Hrs.)


THANJAVUR is the home of Tanjore painting that is unique and popular around the world. It is one of the oldest cities in India and has a long and varied history. The city rose into prominence during the rule of the Later Cholas when it served as the capital of the Chola Empire. The historical buildings are the Vijayanagara Fort, which contains a palace, a Bell Tower and the Saraswathi Mahal Library, which contains over 30,000 Indian and European manuscripts written on palm leaf and paper. The Brihadeeshwara Temple built by Rajaraja Chola was completed around 1010 AD. It also acted as a repository of the empire’s records, as the great Rajaraja had its walls covered with numerous inscriptions, recording his conquests and his endowments to various charities. The Big Temple is a superb and fascinating monument. Thanjavur has produced many classical musicians and Bharathanatyam dancers. Tanjore is well known for bronze sculptures, unique Tanjore paintings, Thavil, a divine instrument Veena, Thanjavur dolls and Tanjore plates.

Day 6 : Madurai … Overnight Stay at Hotel JC Residency

(Drive Tanjore To Madurai 3 ½ Hrs.)
Check out the Hotel After Breakfast & Leave Tanjore around


MADURAI is the great capital of Pandya Dynasty and centre of Tamil culture and learning. Madurai one of the oldest inhabited cities in India. Madurai’s cultural heritage goes back 2,500 years, and the city has conducted trade as far as Rome and Greece since as early as 550 B.C. Madurai’s Meenakshi-Sundareswarar temple, which stands today as one of India’s greatest cultural and architectural landmarks, was originally built by the early Pandya King Kulasekara. ThirumalaiNayakarMahal - This palace complex was constructed by ThirumalaiNayakar - The original palace complex was four times bigger than the present structure. The ceilings are decorated with large paintings. The portico was constructed with bricks and mortar without the support of a single rafter or girder. The stucco work on its domes and arches is remarkable. The gigantic pillars and structures represent architectural mastery. The courtyard, the dancing hall and the 248 pillars, each 58 feet tall and 5 feet in diameter are divine attractions for visitors.

Day 7 : Kanyakumari … Overnight Stay at Hotel Sparsa

(Drive Madurai To Kanyakumari 3 ½ Hrs.)


KANYAKUMARI - Formerly known as Cape Comorin, Kanyakumari is especially popular in India for the confluence of three ocean bodies - the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea. The sunrise and sunset can be seen and also the moon-rise and sunset occur simultaneously on either side of the horizon. On two rocky islets just off the shore, are the Vivekananda Rock Memorial and the gigantic statue of Tamil saint-poet Thiruvalluvar, one of the biggest statues in Asia. One of the rocks, bear the footprints of the virgin Goddess. The Sthanumalayan temple with a repository of art treasures,musical columns and tall statue of Hanuman is located at Suchindram. Padmanabhapuram Palace is a large palace made almost entirely of wood - the only one of its kind in India. Gandhi Memorial is a striking memorial. Kanya Amman Temple - The sparkling diamond nose-ring of the deity is said to be visible even from the sea and is said to guide sailors safely to reach the shore. Sage Agasthya, an expert in medicinal herbs, is believed to have lived around this site in ancient days. Medicinal herbs are found on hills near Kanyakumari.

Day 8 : Kovalam … Overnight Stay at Hotel UdaySamudra

(Drive Kanyakumari To Kovalam 2 ½ Hrs.)


KOVALAM is famous for its clean, peaceful and non-polluted beach town. Kovalam has three crescent shaped beaches separated by rocky outcroppings. Shallow waters stretching for hundreds of metres, are ideal for swimming. Kovalam shot into limelight in the early seventies with the arrivals of numerous hippies. Kovalam is now finding a new significance in the light of several Ayurvedic salons, recuperation and regeneration resorts which provide a wide variety of Ayurvedic treatments. It is a sheltered bay, endowed with unusual beauty which retains a certain charm and is still popular with backpacking travelers, craving some rest and recreation on the long haul, across the subcontinent. The beaches have steep palm covered headlands and are lined with shops that offer all kinds of goods and services.

Day 9 : Alleppey … Overnight Stay at House Boat a/c Mass (Including Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

(Drive Kovalam To Alleppey 4 ½ Hrs.)


ALAPPUZHA, also known as Alleppey, it is a town with picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches and was described as the Venice of the East by Marco Polo. Alappuzha had trade relations with ancient Greece and Rome. Houseboats locally called “Kettuvallam” are available on hire on a daily basis as well as for longer durations besides overnight stay to take visitors on the old waterways. A routine trip includes food cooked on board. The main cultural and spiritual events of Alappuzha are ChambakkulamMoolam, ChettikulangaraBharani, Nehru Trophy and Snake boat races. These are the most significant traditional events in Alappuzha, involving long thin boats rowed by 120 oarsmen.

Day 10 : Cochin … Overnight Stay at Hotel Keys

(Drive Alleppey To Cochin 1 ½ Hrs.)


KOCHI formerly known as Cochin is one of the principal seaports of the country. Heralded as the Queen of Arabian Sea, Kochi was the site of the first European colonial settlement in India. It was occupied by the Portuguese in 1503 and remained the capital of Portuguese India, until 1530, when they opted for Goa as their capital. The city was later occupied by the Dutch and the British. Kochi was the centre of Indian spice trade for many centuries and was known to the Yavanas, Greeks as well as Romans, Jews, Arabs and Chinese, since ancient times. St. Francis CSI Church is the oldest European church in India and has great historical significance as a mute witness to the European colonial struggle in the subcontinent. The Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama, died in Kochi in 1524 when he was on his third visit to India. His body was originally buried in this Church, but after fourteen years his remains were removed to Lisbon. The Santa Cruz Basilica, a church in Kochi built originally by the Portuguese and elevated to a Cathedral by Pope Paul IV, was spared by the Dutch conquerors who destroyed many Catholic buildings. Later the British demolished the structure and Bishop João Gomes Ferreira commissioned a new building. Santa Cruz Basilica, a Roman Catholic Cathedral is one of the finest and most impressive churches in Kerala. It is a place of devotion as well as a centre of historical significance, endowed with architectural and artistic grandeur and colors of the gothic style

Day 11 : Ooty … Overnight Stay at Hotel Gem Park

(Drive Cochin To Ooty 7 Hrs.)


OOTY is inhabited by the Thodas, the tribal people whose belief system and practices, centre on the buffalo. Today, however, only about 1500 Thodas remain. Much of Ooty is at the altitude of 2,286 meters above sea level. Its stunning beauty and splendid lush green valley’s inspired the British to name it the “Queen of Hill Stations”. Lofty mountains, great lakes, dense forests, sprawling grasslands, miles of tea gardens and eucalyptus trees greet the visitors en route to Ooty. Ooty Botanical Gardens the Botanical Garden is vibrantly green and well-maintained. The garden has a 20-million-year old fossilized tree. Ooty Lake & Boat House is an artificial lake built by John Sullivan. Centenary Rose Park - The garden has been beautifully laid out in terraces with rose tunnels, pergolas and bowers with rose creepers and the largest collection of roses in the country, hybrid tea roses, miniature rose, floribunda, ramblers and roses of unusual colours like black and green. Stone House was the first properly built house in Ooty, built by John Sullivan. Thoda huts - There are a few Toda huts on the hills above the Botanical Garden, where Thodas still dwell. Ooty Mountain Railway -The station is part of the World Heritage Sites. The Nilgiri Mountain Railway is one of the oldest mountain railways in India with steam locomotives. St. Stephen’s Church - This is one of the oldest churches in the town and is a local landmark. Ooty Golf Links -A forested and grassy area, it is home to a splendid golf course. DoddabettaPeak is the highest peak, situated at a height of 2623 meters in the Nilgiris

Day 12 : Ooty … Overnight Stay at Hotel Gem Park
Shopping & Sight Seeing

Shopping and Sight Seeing. Free & Leisure tour as desired by the Quest, for shopping, sightseeing, Entertainment Programmes (Dance, Music, Cinema), Culture Tour, (Village Town), Meeting friends and relatives, trekking, etc., (The vehicle is provided for the whole day to)

Day 13 : Mysore Overnight Stay at Hotel Southern Star

(Drive Ooty To Mysore 3 Hrs.)


MYSORE - One of the most visited monuments in India, the Ambavilas Palace is also known as Mysore Palace. It has all the trappings of royalty. The Jaganmohana Palace, the Jayalakshmi Vilas and the LalithaMahal are some of the other palaces in the city. Chamundeshwari Temple, atop the Chamundi Hills and St. Philomena’s Church are popular religious places in Mysore. Brindavan Garden - These tranquil ornamental gardens are laid out below the immense KrishnarajaSagar Dam. Chamundi Hills - Standing up in a little hill, they command a stunning view of the city. Srirangapatnam - Historically a great battle field for a brave King Tipu Sultan stands the ruins of the capital from where Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan ruled most parts of the south. Water Gate - It was near here that Tipu met his death and in addition to the small plaque on the gateway, there’s also a simple stone, slightly further to the east, that marks the spot where he fell. Summer Palace- Every square centimeter of the inner walls is covered with murals depicting his armies and the splendour of his kingdom. Gumbajs - Tipu Sultan and his father, Hyder Ali were buried here with full military honours

Day 14 : Bangalore … Overnight Stay at Hotel Elanza

(Drive Mysore To Bangalore 4 Hrs.)


BANGALORE - This is claimed to be the cleanest city of the country. The city has two beautiful parks called Lalbagh and Cubbon Park. These occupy the maximum land area of the city. The Radha Krishna temple is attractive and was built recently. The Vidhana Soudha is the State Legislative Assembly and a part of the Secretariat was built on the lines of neo Dravidian style. Lalbagh-the Botanical Garden is spread over 240 acres and the Cubbon Park over 120 hectares which was laid out in 1864. A demographically diverse city, Bangalore is a major economic and cultural hub and the fastest growing metropolis in India. Roadside vendors, tea stalls, South Indian, North Indian, Chinese and Western fast food joints are all very popular in the city. Bangalore is also sometimes called as the “Pub Capital of India” and is one of the premier places to hold international rock concerts.

Day 15 : Bangalore … Overnight Stay at Hotel Elanza
Shopping & Sight Seeing

Shopping and Sight Seeing. Free & Leisure tour as desired by the Quest, for shopping, sightseeing, Entertainment Programmes (Dance, Music, Cinema), Culture Tour, (Village Town), Meeting friends and relatives, trekking, etc., (The vehicle is provided for the whole day to)

Day 16 : Bangalore to Dubai Fly EK 569 04:20 / 06:50 Hrs – (22.12.17 Early Morning)

In time transfer to airport to board flight for onward destination.