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Kochi PARADISE Tuk-tuk tour with Pickup from the Cruise Ships

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Experience your private Tuk-Tuk tour in Kochi with a trusted people, with guaranteed pick up from the cruise ship and timely Drop off to the cruise terminal. Explore the historical monuments and learn more about Kochi's rich history from your Driver/Local Expert. Kochi was a fishing village in the Kingdom of Kochi in the pre-colonial Kerala. Kochi was the center of the Indian spice trade for many centuries. Because of its rich spice history, Kochi was a major attraction for foreign traders. During this tour, you will travel in tuk tuk (auto rickshaw) to explore Kochi's most important landmarks like Chinese fishing nets , St Francis church, the Dutch Palace, Jewish synagogue, the Jain temple and more. And also some local places like Dhobhi Khana(Local Washing area), Ginger ware house(packing/drying of spices), and womens cooperatives spice markets, (spice making/ candle making, inscents making etc) to experience the life of local people. This tour includes monument entrance fees.

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Visit Brihadeeswara Temple, Saraswati Library, Palace And Gallery In Thanjavur

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Water Kingdom, Navi Mumbai (New Bombay)

Visit one of the Great Living Chola Temples, a UNESCO world Heritage Site and discover the remarkable legacy of the Chola Kingdom that extended from Madurai to the Mekong valley in its heydays. This dizzying historical legacy can be seen in Thanjavur, capital of the great Chola Empire. Also visit the city's labyrinthine royal palace that preserves memories of other, later powerful dynasties. Highlights • Brihadeeswara Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site • Thanjavur Royal Palace • Saraswati Mahal Library

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Visit to Sahelion Ki Bari, Garden of the Maidens, Udaipur

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Udaipur was the capital of the Kingdom of Mewar. This touch of royalty is visible even in the ‘Garden of the Maidens’ that was designed by Rajput King, Maharana Sangram Singh and gifted to his queen when she brought with her an entourage of 48 young women attendants as part of her dowry. Spend a few hours of relaxation in this beautiful garden set along the shores of the Fateh Sagar Lake.   Highlights • Fountains in the shape of birds and elephants • Marble pavilions • Rain fountains

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6 Nights Exclusive Bhutan Tour

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Water Kingdom, Navi Mumbai (New Bombay)

6 Nights Exclusive Bhutan Tour is the package of 7 days tour in the Kingdom of Thunder Dragon. The tour encompasses the famous cities of Bhutan including the colorful Paro, tiny capital Thimphu, the fertile valley Punakha, and the beautiful Haa Valley. Best of Bhutan Tour also lets an opportunity to hike to the Taktsang Monastery, also known as the Tiger’s Nest, a unique landmark of Bhutan and to the Khamsum Yueley Namgyel Chorten. The tours goes around the green valley of Paro, proceeding towards the tiny capital Thimphu and the old capital-Punakha and ends back at Paro.

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Essence of BHUTAN

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On this 10-day journey covering 4 western and 2 central districts of Bhutan, we’ll get you up-close and personal with the local people, eat and live like a local, broaden your adventure by going beyond tourist activities and enjoy experiences that are truly authentic and deeply immersive that will leave you with memories for a lifetime. You will explore the essence of this magical Kingdom with a private expert guide and discover happiness amidst stunning landscapes and majestic eastern Himalayan Mountain ranges and pristine natural environment that made Bhutan the only carbon-negative country in the world. Hidden by the staggering mountains of the Himalayas, Bhutan chose to remain in self-imposed isolation until it opened its door to the outside world in the 1960s and to this day, it still remains largely untouched by the worldly influence and holds strongly on to its age-old traditions.

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