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Jakhu, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

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Shimla came into existence in 1819, after the Gurkha War, when a thickly wooded spot, then known for the temple of goddess `Shyamala' was discovered by the British. Its climate commanded itself to British officers on leave and remained a summer village of tents for about three years. It was only in the year 1822 that Captain Kennedy constructed the first double storey building here known as the Kennedy House. Lord Amherst, the first Governor General who visited Shimla, in 1827 stayed at the Kennedy House. It was during Lord William Bentinck's time that Shimla was truly acquired by the Government of India
The British made Shimla their summer capital in 1864 and it remained so until 1939. The summer exodus of the officials from the plains, however, ended after 1947. Shimla continued to serve as a temporary capital of the east Punjab until the new city of Chandigarh was completed. It has remained the capital of Himachal Pradesh ever since 1966.

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Manali Package Tours

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Manali in Himachal Pradesh has derived its name from Manavalaya i.e. the abode of Manu. Manalil maintains its charm and beauty. With the majestic grandeur of the Himalayas on one side, river Beas cutting across the town, verdant valleys with rolling meadows and grazing herds dotting the hillsides, apple orchards and the folk music adding romance to the ambience and presenting a wondrous canvas to the traveller. 
Places of tourist attraction in ManaliKothi: This is a quiet but picturesque spot, at the foot of the Rohtang pass, 12 km away Manali town, situated on the Lahaul-Spiti Leh Highway. It offers a magnificent view of the snow-capped peaks and glaciers and an awe inspiring gorge where the Beas enters a chasm about sixty metres deep and just a few metres broad.
Van Vihar: This is just off the Mall with pathways between towering deodars and also leads to a boating pond. Tibetan Market and Mall: The Tibetan Market is an interesting cluster of shops. Nice to look around for knick knacks, handicrafts and imported goods. Located on the Mall. 
Rahalla Falls: 16 km from Manali town at the start of the climb to the Rohtang Pass, at an altitude of 2501m.

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Kinnaur & Spiti

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Day 01: Shimla – Narkanda – Hattu Peak – Rampur – Jeori – Sarahan. (175 Km)Drive from Shimla enroute visit Kufri, Theog, Matiana, Narkanda hike to Hattu Peak (3135 Meter Peak) walk back to the Jeep lunch either in Narkanda /  Sainj, after lunch on to Rampur, drive through Jeori reach Sarahan for a over night stay.
Day 02: Sarahan – Jeori – Wangtu – Karcham – Sangla. (92 Km)Early morning visit the Bird Park walk for 2 hours, visit the Bhima Kali temple one of the most important temples of Kali in India where there use to be human sacrifice before 18th Century, drive to Jeori past the Wangtu bridge then drive towards, Karcham reach Sangla walk the market place if time allows visit the Kamru Fort & the Temple of the village deity in Sangla village over night in a hotel in Sangla
Day 03: Sangla – Chitkul – Raksham/ Sangla. (46 Km)After breakfast drive to Chitkul (3460 Meters) last village on India & Chinese border walk for half a day around Chitkul Village, return back to Sangla or an option of sleeping in Camps in Batseri is also available depending on availability or stay overnight in guest house / Hotel.
Day 04: Raksham / Sangla – Kalpa (49 Km)After breakfast drive back through Sangla to powari visit the monastery in Reckong – Peo with a 60 ft tall statue of Buddha drive to Kalpa for a over nite stay visit the monastery & the orphanage in Kalpa. The view of Kinner Kailash 6050 meters will be an enchanting site
Day 05: Kalpa – Shimla (250 Km)After breakfast drive through Reckong – Peo through powari, drive all the way back for 9 hours to reach Shimla by the evening full day drive. 

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Kaziranga

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DAY 01: Guwahati-Kaziranga (04 hrs) Our tour manager will welcome you at Guwahati airport/Rly.St., After your arrival, we will drive to Kaziranga National Park, the home of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. Other residents of the park include elephants, Indian bison, four species of deer, tiger, leopard, capped langur, wild boar, hoolock gibbon, hornbill, ibis, cormorant, egret, heron, fishing eagle and a host of migratory birds including Pelicans. We check in at Various Resorts or Government Tourist Lodges(depending upon availability)
DAY 02: Kaziranga We start our Jungle Safari on Elephant back early in the morning in the Western Range of the Park. Afterwards, back to hotel and have breakfast. After breakfast we take you deep inside the Central range of the Park in a jeep. Then, we come back for lunch and rest for two hours. Again in the late afternoon, we take you inside the Central range for a sunset view of the park, or one may opt for eastern range visit. Evening Bihu demonstration.
DAY 03: Kaziranga-GuwahatiWe leave Kaziranga for Guwahati, the capital of Assam. We check in at Hotel Rituraj or similar and take lunch. Afterwards we go for sight seeing in Guwahati. 
DAY 04: GuwahatiAfter breakfast we proceed to the airport/Rly.St. for your departure flight/Train back and your tour comes to an end.

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Goa Package Tours

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ndia's smallest state Goa is located on the western coast of the country, adjoining the Arabian Sea, which provides the beach holidays that Goa is internationally famous for. The states of Maharashtra in the north and Karnataka in the south and east surround Goa. Together with the coastal stretches of these states, Goa is part of a larger cultural region known as Konkan. Northern Goa is more populated and urban, while the south is more forested. Beaches apart, rice fields and coconut plantations dominate the landscape. However, tourism is Goa's main industry.
For 450 years Goa was a Portuguese colony until taken over by India in 1961. This heritage is still apparent in the architecture of its churches and old houses, and the culture of its towns, which is very distinct from the rest of India. In the Catholic world Goa is important as the place where St Francis Xavier is buried (in the Basilica de Bom Jesus at Old Goa). Apart from Christmas and New Year celebrations, the 3-day long Goa Carnival (February, Panaji) and the Feast of St Francis (3 Dec, Old Goa) are famous attractions.
From north to south, the Goa coastline is marked by a number of beach towns, with relaxed ambience, seafood and water sports such as wind surfing, water skiing, sailing, water-scooters, and dolphin spotting cruises. The beaches of Calangute and Baga are the most visited while other famous beaches include Arambol, Anjuna, Candolim, Colva and Palolem.
Panaji is the state capital, a city of peaceful walks in the old Portuguese quarters, and cruises on Goa's main river, Mandovi. Nearby is the earlier capital city of Old Goa with its celebrated cathedrals, abandoned in the 19th century due to a persistent epidemic. Margao town is another centre of Portuguese cultural heritage. Ponda stands out for its Hindu temples built between 15th and 18th centuries. The international airport, Dabolim, is 29 km from Panaji. Humid for much of the year, Goa's peak season is November-February, especially Christmas-New Year time, for when advance bookings are essential.

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