pashupatinath Mandir

Port Blair :

Welcome to Andaman Islands…   Andaman Islands is a perfect destination for tourism, holidays, Honeymoon, adventures etc. Its a paradise with lot of natural sceneries. It shimmers like emeralds in the Bay of Bengal These Islands are blessed with a unique luxuriant evergreen tropical rainforest. The white beaches on the edge of a meandering coastline have palm trees that sway to the rhythm of the Sea.  These are the paragon of beauty and present a landscape full with scenic and picturesque extravaganza. The dense forest which cover these islands and the innumerable exotic flowers and birds create a highly poetic and romantic atmosphere.

Guwahati :

Guwahati (Assamese: গুৱাহাটী,, previously spelled Gauhati) is a major city in eastern India, often considered as the gateway to the North-East Region (NER) of the country and is the largest city within the region. Dispur, the capital of the Indian state of Assam is situated within the city. Guwahati is one of the most rapidly growing cities in India. During past few decades it has experienced unprecedented spatial expansion and also steep rise in population. In fact according to a survey done by a UK media, Guwahati is among the first 100 fastest growing city of the world and is 5th fastest growing among Indian cities. Today, the city straddles between the LGB International Airport in the west to Narengi in the east for almost 45 kilometres and between the southern bank of the Brahmaputra river and the foothills of the Shillong plateau for around 15 kilometres. Moreover, the city is also getting gradually expanded to the northern bank of Brahmaputra. Guwahati with population just 0.2 million in 1971 is a million plus city today. Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC), the city’s local government covers an area of 216 km², while Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), the planning and development authority covers an area of 340 km².

Kathmandu :

For many people, stepping off a plane into Kathmandu is an exhilarating shock – the sights, sounds and smells can quickly lead to sensory overload. Whether it be buzzing around the crazy polluted traffic in a taxi, trundling down the narrow winding streets of the old town in a rickshaw, marvelling at Durbar Sq or dodging the tiger balm sellers and trekking touts in Thamel, Kathmandu can be an intoxicating, amazing and exhausting place.

largest (and pretty much the only) city in the country, Kathmandu also feels like another developing-world city rushing into a modern era of concrete and traffic pollution. Take a walk in the backstreets, however, and the capital’s amazing cultural and artistic heritage reveals itself in hidden temples overflowing with marigolds, courtyards full of drying chillis and rice, and tiny hobbit-sized workshops largely unchanged since the Middle Ages.

Kathmandu has been a travellers mecca since the 1960s but these days you’re less likely to see a tie-dyed hippy in search of enlightenment than a well-heeled Gore-Tex-clad tourist in search of a good espresso. With tourist numbers down and political tensions up, the last few years have been uncertain, yet residents have retained a good-humoured self-respect.

Kathmandu is well worth a week of your time, but it’s too easy to spend too much time stuck in touristy Thamel. Enjoy the Internet cafés, the Western music and the lemon cheesecake, but make sure you also get out into the ‘real Nepal’, before your time runs out.



On arrive at Port Blair, our representative receive you at Airport /Harbour and escorted you to checkin to the hotel/Resort. After check-in at the hotel and little relax, we start the journey with Anthropological Museum, which displays the tools, models habitats, art and handcrafts of the aboriginal tribes of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. the Cellular Jail, Chatnam Saw Mill, Forest Museum, Mini Zoo, Samdudrika (Naval Marine Museum), Gandhi Park, Fisheries museum, Science Center and water sports complex. And then proceed to Corbyn’s Cove beach. At evening, the Light and Sound Show at Cellular Jail where the saga of the freedom struggle brought alive.

Day 2 : Guwahati

Pick-up from Guwahati Airport check-in at Hotel .River cruise on Brahmaputra by motorized country boat and visit to Umananda Temple (smallest river island), visit to Kamakhya Temple, Bhubaneswari Temple and live band with river cruise at Alfresco, dinner in a restaurant. Night Halt in Hotel at Guwahati.

Day 3: Shillong

After early breakfast visit to Balaji Temple, Science Museum & Butterfly Park, Brahmaputra Jungle Resort & activities in the Resort – trekking, elephant ride, pony ride, fishing, visit to tea garden. Drive to Shillong, Shillong sightseeing- Ward’s Lake, St. Cathedral Church, shopping at Police Bazaar. Night Halt in Hotel at Shillong.

Day 4:  Cherrapunjee-Guwahati

Drive to Cherrapunjee at 6.00 am (56kms/ 3 hrs. approx.). Breakfast on the way & sightseeing at Cherrapunjee, Nohkalikai Falls, 7 Sister Falls, Mawsmai Cave Cherrapunjee then visit to Elephant Falls, Shillong Peak. Back to Guwahati. Night stay at Hotel at Guwahati.

Day 5: Kathmandu

After Breakfast Drive to Airport for your Flight to Kathmandu.On arrive at Kathmandu, our representative receive you at Airport  and escorted you to check in to the hotel/Resort. After check-in at the hotel and little relax, we start the journey with Half Day City Tour for Kathmandu. Dinner at Hotel.Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6 : Kathmandu

Full day visit Pashpatinath,Bodhnath and Bhadgaon. Pashupati : Situated five kilometers east of Kathmandu on the bank of sacred Bagmati river, the temple of lord Shiva Pashupatinath with two tiered golden roof and silver doors is famous for its super architecture. It is a centre of annual pilgrimage on the day of Maha Shivratri. Entrance to the temple precinct is permitted to the Hindus only however, visitors can clearly see the temple and activities performed in the temple premises from the eastern bank of the Bagmati river.

Bodhnath : The stupa of Bodhnath lies eight kilometers east of Kathmandu. This colossal and ancient stupa, one of the biggest in the world has the all seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It was built by Lichchhavi king Mana dev in the fifth century A.D. it is built on an octagonal base inset with prayer wheels.

Bhadgaon : Situated at an altitude of 140 lm, is a home of medieval art and architecture. The urban city covers an area of 4 square miles. Shaped like a conchshell, Bhadgaon means the city of devotees. Pottery and weaving are its traditional industries. The city lies about 14 kms. East of Kathmandu.
Overnight at the hotel.


Fly back with ever lasting memories of these Emerald islands.

Inclusions :

  • Six Night Stay in Hotel
  • Six Breakfast and Six Dinner
  • One Lunch at Port Blair
  • Half Day Sight Seeing in Port Blair,Guwahati and Kathmandu
  • Full Day Sight Seeing Kathmandu & Shillong
  • All Transfer

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