Thrilling road trips, desert safaris, wildlife expeditions, rock climbing, rappelling, skywalk, moderate to strenuous treks, camping, sun bathing and the list of activities on your West Coast USA tour from India is endless. The West Coast USA majorly covers the Pacific States of California, Oregon and Washington letting you to explore some of the popular cities of West Coast USA namely Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, San-Francisco, Oakland, Bakersfield, Los Angeles and San Diego

  • Day 1 Welcome to Las Vegas!!!!!
  • Day 2 This is the day for Grand Canyon. If you are planning to do one of our coach tours to canyon, you will be picked up at 6:05 am from your hotel. Packed breakfast from earl of sandwich will be given to you to enjoy enroute (3 hours). Please refer to attached optional sheet. Your timing will differ if you are doing the airplane tours with us and the tour manager will update you on the same.
  • Day 3 Proceed to Los Angeles Enjoy a guided tour of Los Angeles by our experienced tour guide. Drive through the busy streets of avenue of stars & Kodak theatre. Get an unforgettable picture of the Hollywood sign & check out the high end shops on rodeo drive as the bus drives past all the famous locations.
  • Day 4 Full Day at Universal After breakfast today, you will spend a full day at sprawling amusement park with cinema theme, featuring rides, restaurants, shops and shows. Universal Studios Hollywood is one of the oldest and most famous FIL studios in use.
    Enjoy lunch on own at the many restaurants Universal has to offer. End your day with array of Indian dishes spread out for your enjoyment buffet style at Indian restaurant.
    Overnight at hotel.
  • Day 5 Overnight at San Francisco. Start your day with a buffet breakfast spread at the hotel & proceed to Monterey.
    Stop at the scenic town of San Luis Obispo to grab lunch on own. Enjoy breathtaking view of 17 mile drive stretching through pebble beach to Pacific Grove on Monterey peninsula in California. The drive curves & meanders through famous golf courses, mansions and scenic attractions including lone cypress, bird rock & acres of cypress trees. Proceed to San Francisco & enjoy dinner at Indian restaurant
  • Day 6 San Francisco After breakfast at the hotel, proceed to fisherman’s wharf to board the bay cruise to stunning views of premier landmarks including Alcatraz and Golden Gate Bridge. The cruise is a true San Francisco original accompanied by insightful narration of the city’s history in multi languages.
    After relaxed lunch on own, you will do a 3 hour city tour with our guide. You will see San Francisco at its best covering Lombard Street & awe inspiring views of Pacific Ocean. Drive through Chinatown & golden gate bridge.
    Enjoy an exhilarating ride on cable car. San Francisco’s Cable Car System constitutes the oldest & the largest manual system in operation (if operational).Your day will end with delectable Indian dinner while celebrating the beginning of new friendships. Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 7 Board your flight back home Breakfast at the hotel. (Check out is 11 AM). Your hotel offers shuttle service to the airport. Please check with the front desk regarding shuttle transfers. If your flight is early in the morning when the shuttle service is not available, please take a taxi on own to the airport (Available at the hotel’s taxi stand).

Argentina and Chile undoubtedly South America’s two incredible tourist destinations illustrated for its extensive beauty. Unearth the pristine beauty and stunning colonial heritage with Argentina and Chile holiday packages. The tour starts from the Argentina’s stunning capital Buenos Aires. Popularly called the Paris of South America, will allure you with its Tango, glocal cuisines, shopping and ravishing nightlife.

  • Day 1 Santiago Arrive at any time.
    Arrival day, no activities planned. The day is free to spend at your leisure exploring the city until our welcome meeting this evening. Santiago is Chile’s largest city and capital, with internationally recognized vineyards and Andean ski resorts very close by.
    The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour.
  • Day 2 Santiago Enjoy an included city tour of Santiago and in the afternoon take some time to go shopping, sit in a cafe or hike to the lookout of Cerro Santa Lucia.
    Spend the day visiting different neighbourhoods of Santiago, stop at the Museo de la Memoria and learn about the history of Chile. Visit the Central Market and enjoy a traditional Chilean snack before heading to a local bar to try Terremoto (Earthquake) a local drink made with pineapple ice cream, white wine and pisco.
  • Day 3 Santiago In the morning head to the Casablanca Valley, stopping at a winery to indulge in a wine tasting. Then depart for the colourful seaside town of Valparaiso. Enjoy the street art and snap a few pictures of the bright buildings that line the hills. Wander the streets of the city or relax on the beach, before heading back to Santiago. In the evening, board an overnight bus to Pucon.
  • Day 4 Pucón Enjoy free time in Pucon to hike Villarica, try whitewater rafting or explore the area by foot.
  • Day 5 Pucón Enjoy more free time to take part in the many activities on offer in Pucón. Opt to soak in the nearby natural thermal pools.
  • Day 6 Pucón/San Carlos de Bariloche Cross the Andes to Argentina. Travel by local bus to San Martin and transfer the rest of the way to Bariloche stopping for photos in the Seven Lake district. Enjoy a free evening in this beautiful waterfront town of Bariloche.
  • Day 6 Pucón/San Carlos de Bariloche Cross the Andes to Argentina. Travel by local bus to San Martin and transfer the rest of the way to Bariloche stopping for photos in the Seven Lake district. Enjoy a free evening in this beautiful waterfront town of Bariloche.
  • Day 7 San Carlos de Bariloche Transfer to a Gaucho Ranch just outside of Bariloche. Enjoy a barbecue for lunch and take to the saddle with a Gaucho by your side.
  • Day 8 San Carlos de Bariloche Enjoy the beautiful area of the Seven Lakes district. Take a hike in the countryside or wander the town, known for its shops and in particular, artisan chocolate.
  • Day 9 San Carlos de Bariloche/Buenos Aires Fly to Buenos Aires. Opt to enjoy a tango dinner show, take a city tour or enjoy free time to explore the many neighbourhoods and museums.
    Fly north to the buzzing metropolis that is Buenos Aires, it is a vibrant city full of life.
    When you are done exploring, settle your weary feet and enjoy a drink in one of the many sidewalk cafes and restaurants and you will begin to understand the contemplative Argentine way of life. Since Buenos Aires will be your last chance to try the succulent beef, chicken and chorizo parrilladas, dig in and enjoy!
  • Day 10 Buenos Aires Depart at any time.

Brazil the exuberant South American country carries its own charm and celebrations. The land of carnival, samba dance, rich culture and vibrant cities along with natural extravaganza makes Brazil the hottest tourist destination. Its white powdery beaches, fragile and dense Amazon jungles, coral laden island and dazzling waterfalls are overwhelming. The amazing biodiversity boasts an array of wildlife species and plants exclusive to this breathtaking country.

Highlights: Flamboyant Rio. Statue of Christ the Redeemer. Dinner with a local Carioca artist. Colonial architecture and beaches in Salvador. Spectacular waterfalls in Iguassu National Park. Brazilian & Argentine Falls.

    Arrive in Brazil’s party capital and settle into your hotel with the afternoon at leisure.
    Take in the city sights this morning including the famous cable car ride up Sugar Loaf for 360° views, Guanabara Bay and the legendary golden beaches of Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. After a typical Brazilian BBQ lunch visit the Statue of Christ the Redeemer, one of the seven ‘new’ wonders of the world. Atop Corcovado Hill the views from here are breathtaking. Time also to explore the hilly streets of Santa Teresa with its colonial architecture, home to many artists, intellectuals and handicraft studios
    Plot your course this morning with a samba lesson under the guidance of a professional dancer or the chance to see the other side of Rio with a tour through the city’s favelas (slum districts). Visit one of the largest in South America where around 150,000 people live. Observe the routine of the community here, visit local houses, day nurseries and schools. Walk through the small streets and watch life go by. This afternoon is at leisure before dinner at the popular Porcao Rio’s.
    A flight* north along the Atlantic coast to Salvador, Brazil’s oldest city and one of the most beautiful and interesting in the country. Settle into the hotel and this afternoon is an historical orientation tour of the city taking in the church of Sao Francisco with its gold-leafed Baroque interior and the old town, Pelourinho, a UNESCO Heritage site with delightful pastel-coloured colonial architecture.
    Today you leave the city behind to explore the nearby farming hinterland, full of sugarcane plantations, peaceful colonial towns and busy country markets. Stop at the country market town of Santo Amaro and on through rolling hills to Cachoeira, the jewel of the Bahian hinterland nestled deep in the valley of the Paraguaçu River. After lunch take a walking tour of the town, with opportunities to browse for local wood carvings and see cigars being expertly rolled
    This morning visit the peaceful family district of the lower city where life moves at a slower pace. Fishermen fish from dugout canoes, locals collect shellfish at low tide and schooners are at anchor. See the famous Bonfim church, one of the most important in Brazil and continue to the Monserrat district with its panoramic view of the city ending at Mercado Modelo, a thriving market for the finest Brazilian arts and crafts
    A morning flight* south to Iguassu Falls and your hotel which is situated a short stroll from the Falls. This afternoon you are escorted on a walking tour of the Brazilian side of the falls which offers marvellous panoramic views of this natural wonder
    Another day spent with a visit to the Argentine side of the falls where the experience is a close-up one. There is an electric train ride through the park followed by a walking trail through the rainforest to a suspended platform at the edge of the Devil’s Throat, the largest of the cataracts. Return by train and visit the upper Argentinian falls and if time permits a brief stop at the Three Borders point where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet. Afternoon at leisure.
    A fond farewell as you depart Iguassu for onward arrangements
  • Day 1 Mexico City Arrival at Mexico City International Airport and transfer to hotel Casablanca or similar accommodation.
  • Day 2 Queretaro/San Miguel de Allende San Miguel de Allende. Early departure to Queretaro, 211km from Mexico City. Capital of the state of Queretaro and of major importance during the Independence wars. City visit followed by a 1 hour drive to San Miguel de Allende. Explore this colonial city with its beautiful mansions and it’s symbol – the Gothic style cathedral. Accommodation at the hotel Real de Minas or similar
  • Day 3 Miguel de Allende/ Guanajuato Morning departure to Guanajuato, an hours drive away, and City visit. Admire the Basílica; the University; the picturesque, historic centre with its narrow colonial roads; the underground streets (former riverbeds); the famous Callejón del Beso (The Alley of the Kiss) and enjoy a panoramic view from the El Pipila monument. Arrival and accommodation at the hotel Holiday Inn or similar.
  • Day 4 Guanajuato/ San Luis Potosi/ Zacatecas Depart for San Luis Potosí, located 184 kms away. San Luis Potosì is a colonial city that based its economy on mineral extraction during the New Spain era. Your visit includes the Plaza de Las Armas with its gorgeous baroque Cathedral, built in 1730. Later we continue to Zacatecas, two hours away, with some time to explore this beautiful city. Accommodation at the hotel Emporio
  • Day 5 Zacatecas/ Guadalajara Morning visit to the historical centre and the Cathedral, one of the pearls of mexican baroque architecture, built in rose stone during the XVIII century. Visit the Plaza de Las Armas; the Cerro de la Bufa hill offering a fantastic panoramic view of the city; and the Mine of Edén. In the afternoon enjoy a scenic 4 hour drive to Guadalajara, named for its beauty -“The pearl of the Occident”. Arrival and accommodation at the hotel Morales or similar
  • Day 6 Guadalajara This morning we have time to visit the TeatroDegollado; the Palacio de Gobierno and the Cathedral. We also take in the nearby village of San Pedro Tlaquepaque, now a part of the city, whose inhabitants are dedicated to the manufacture of glassblowing and a variety of arts and crafts, so you can enjoy choosing some gift of your holiday. In the afternoon we visit the “Tequila” region, home of the ancient and famous Mexican alcoholic drink. At the Tequila village enjoy a demonstration of the whole manufacturing process at the Hacienda La Cofradia, which hosts one of the country’s best Tequila distilleries.
  • Day 7 Guadalajara/ Patzcuaro/ Morelia Morning departure to Patzcuaro and visit of the House of the Eleven Patios; the Basílica of NuestraSeñora de la Salud; GertrudisBocanegra Library, with its murals painted by Juan O’Gorman; and the typical market in the Don Vasco de Quiroga Plaza. In the afternoon we travel by bus to Morelia, the gorgeous capital of the State of Michoacán. Accommodation at the MisionCatedral hotel or similar
  • Day 8 Morelia/ Mexico City In the morning we visit the cathedral, with its Baroque exterior and Neoclassic interior; the Plaza de Armas (Weapon’s Plaza); the Government Palace; the Clavijero Palace and other interesting monuments. The tour continues to Mexico City, with accommodation at the Casablanca hotel
  • Day 9 Mexico City Transfer to the Mexico City International Airport and a farewell to your Mexico trip.

Costa Rica is a tropical paradise nestled in Central America. Balmy weather, stunning beaches and off the beat adventure makes the destination stand apart. Though small in size, the land boasts 5% of the world’s biodiversity. Lush green vegetation, cloud forest, simmering volcanoes and sea water at a perfect temperature. With a host of water sports activities such as diving, surfing, white water rafting, scuba diving and snorkelling you will be never out of fun. Explore this majestic destination with Stunning South America With Colorful Costa Rica holiday package.

  • Day 1 Arrival to Costa Rica. Our representative will provide a private ground transfer to your hotel near San José City. Your guide will assist you during this transfer and will provide you with your travel documents and information about your future expeditions. This day there are no meals included
    Lodging at Park Inn Hotel in one standard room.
  • Day 2 San Jose to ArenalAfter breakfast, departure to your next destination on a private ground transfer to Arenal. Check in and rest of day at leisure. This day you will have breakfast included.
    Lodging at Arenal Paraíso hotel on a superior room.
  • Day 3 Arenal -Breakfast at hotel. Departure for the world famous Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge which is considered one of the richest sites in the continent for the observation of birds. Beside an abundance of birds, Caño Negro is also refuge of many other animals like: sloths, three types of monkeys, caimans, lizards, bats , and native flora of the wetland. This day you will have breakfast included.
    Lodging at Arenal Paraíso hotel on a superior room.
  • Day 4 ArenalMonteverde -Breakfast at the hotel early morning departure on a private transfer to the Monteverde highlands.
    Arrival and check in at the hotel. In the afternoon you will be departing to the coffee and chocolate tour.
    The history of Costa Rican coffee and its importance in the socio-economic development. Costa Rican culture and traditions. On the tour you will be completely immersed for 30 minutes within the world of chocolate enjoying its delicious aromas and learning about its history.
  • Day 5 Monteverde Breakfast at the hotel. Departure for your full day of adventures at the Selvatura Park, you will enjoy a canopy tour, hanging bridges, the butterfly and hummingbirds galleries. Lunch is included on the park.
    Lodging at El Establo Hotel on Deluxe room
  • Day 6 – Monteverde – Adios Costa Rica Breakfast at the hotel and departure on a private ground transfer to the Juan Santamaria International airport to take your flight back home. The airlines require to check in 3 hours before departure flight time.You will need 3 hours from Monteverde to San José
  • Day 7 Navigating the Norwegian Fjords Early in the morning, the ship calls at Honningsvåg and Havøysund before making a 1.5 hour stop at Hammerfest, the world’s northernmost city. Despite its remote location, this small community of just over 5,000 inhabitants was the first in Norway to have electric street lighting and its own power station. The voyage then continues south towards Oksfjord and calls at the old trading post of Skjervoy. Finally, the ship docks at 23:45 in Tromsø, where you will disembark. Spend the night in Tromsø. Highlights: Hammerfest, Oksfjord, Skjervoy, Tromsø
  • Day 1 – Arrive to Gardermoen Airport in Oslo. If you arrive early, we suggest buying an Oslo Pass for free travel on all public transit along with free admission to over 30 museums and attractions plus special offers on entertainment, restaurants, shops and more. The pass can be purchased at tourist information centres or at most hotels and major attractions in the city. Spend the night at a hotel in central Oslo
  • Day 2 Husky Adventure & Sami Culture Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before heading to the airport, where you will catch a flight to the North where the second leg of your holiday is about to begin! Your flight takes you 400 km north over the Arctic Circle to the winter wonderland of Kirkenes. With a population of only 3,300, including the native Sami people, this charming little town boasts an impressive range of things to see and do. After your transfer to the hotel and some time to settle in, experience your first real Arctic adventure of this trip—a thrilling dog-sledding tour through the Pasvik Valley along Norway’s north-eastern border by Russia. If the conditions are right, you may even see the northern lights dancing across the night sky. This activity includes an authentic Norwegian dinner served in a lavvu, a traditional Sami tent. Spend the night in Kirkenes.
  • Day 3 King Crab Safari Start the day with a hearty breakfast and then off you go to your next Arctic activity—a King Crab Safari! Your guides will take you by snowmobile-sleigh over the frozen sea to the spot where you will assist with pulling up today’s catch. The reward for your efforts will be an enticing lunch of freshly cooked crab in a rustic fishing hut
  • Day 4 Embark on an Arctic Voyage Spend the morning warming up in the Snow Hotel’s sauna and enjoying breakfast before your next activity—an Arctic cruise to Tromsø with the Hurtigruten Coastal Voyage. You will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the Hurtigruten Terminal at the dock. Departing from Kirkenes at 12:45, the ship crosses Varangerfjord, Norway’s only east-facing fjord, before arriving at Vardø, the easternmost point of the country. The cruise also rounds the Varanger peninsula, where archaeologists unearthed a settlement dating from around 9000 B.C. In the evening, the ship calls at Båtsfjord, the site of some Stone Age remains, and Berlevåg, home to Tanahorn Mountain, believed to be an ancient Sami sacrificial site. Spend the night on board the ship
  • Day 5 Navigating the Norwegian Fjords Early in the morning, the ship calls at Honningsvåg and Havøysund before making a 1.5 hour stop at Hammerfest, the world’s northernmost city. Despite its remote location, this small community of just over 5,000 inhabitants was the first in Norway to have electric street lighting and its own power station. The voyage then continues south towards Oksfjord and calls at the old trading post of Skjervoy. Finally, the ship docks at 23:45 in Tromsø, where you will disembark. Spend the night in Tromsø. Highlights: Hammerfest, Oksfjord, Skjervoy, Tromsø.
  • Day 6 Tromso With over 64,000 inhabitants, Tromsø is by far the largest city in northern Norway though it still retains a cosy small town atmosphere. Nicknamed “The Paris of the North”, this was a major port of call for many Arctic expedition and hunting ships in the 19th century–a part of history that is still evident here. Today, take your time and explore this charming city with its lively cafés, shops, restaurants, museums and other attractions. Spend the night in Tromsø.
  • Day 7 Svalbard Enjoy the morning in Tromsø before heading to Tromsø Airport for a 2-hour flight to Svalbard. Arrive early in the afternoon at Longyear Airport in Svalbard followed by a transfer to your accommodation for the night. After check-in, the rest of the day is free time to explore Longyearbyen as you wish, perhaps with a visit to the Svalbard Museum to learn more about Svalbard‘s history as a hunting and mining outpost. For dinner this evening, we Recommend the charming Restaurant Kroa or the lovely Huset Restaurant. Spend the night in Longyearbyen
  • Day 8 Snowmobiling Spend the morning at your leisure in Longyearbyen before the action begins! In the afternoon, meet with the tour leader for a short briefing about the 1.5-day snowmobile safari and pick up your loan of additional outerwear and safety equipment. After a lesson about snowmobile driving and safety issues, you will drive thought the vast valleys and past the white mountains to the frozen Tempelfjord about 60 km from Longyearbyen. After a few hours we will arrive to our expedition camp that has heated tents with cots and warm sleeping bags. “Lindstrøm” invites you to the dining tent for a delicious dinner after settling in.
  • Day 9 Back to civilization Breakfast is served from 08:00. After a hearty breakfast, it is time to head into the beautiful landscape of Svalbard. Today you will explorer more of the striking nature around Spitsbergen. You will visit the beautiful blue Von Post glacier front and if you are lucky – you can see or hear the glacier calving. You will enjoy an expedition lunch on the way, enjoying the arctic silence around you together with the white landscape. Depending on the weather and snow conditions, the guide will select the day’s route.
    Later in the afternoon, arrive at Longyearbyen in time for a hot shower and perhaps some drinks to celebrate your accomplishments as an Arctic explorer! The rest of the evening is free to enjoy the town as you wish with dinner at a restaurant of your choice. Spend the night in Longyearbyen
  • Day 10 Departure Before departing this amazing place, the early part of your day is free for a stroll around Longyearbyen, a visit to the Svalbard Gallery, some last-minute souvenir shopping, or an optional dog-sledding or ice cave tour. In the afternoon, take the airport bus or taxi to Longyear Airport for your return flight to Oslo, from where you will continue onwards to your final destination.