INR 1,850.00
Days: 1


Half Day City Tour - Kolkata / West Bengal(KOL01)
  • Visit  Victoria memorial & Mother terressa Home

A city of love and warmth, sorrow and despair, dreams and hopes, poverty and squalor, grandeur and glory. Calcutta is compelling , effervescent, teeming with life and traditions - a medley of moods, styles, cultures, politics, industry and commerce.More than 300 years ago, Job Charnock, an English tradesman set up a trading post on the banks of the Ganga along the three-village nucleus. Gradually Europeans started setting up business and trade establishments, the moneyed class taking interest in banking and usury. The East India Company steadily encroached into matters of state.The fate of the Nawabi rule was sealed in the Battle of Plassey and the English went ahead to seize power, a grip which loosened only 250 years later when power was transferred from the British Empire to the Indians. 


INR 3,500.00
Days: 1


Full Day City Tour with Rickshaw Ride Near Park Street- Kolkata / West Bengal(KOL02)
  •  Kolkata city tour covering Kalighat Temple, Birla Temple, Mother House, Indian Museum, GPO*, Writers Building*, Eden Garden Stadium*, Kolkata Panaroma (Town Hall), St. Pauls Cathedral Church. Victoria Memorial 

A city of love and warmth, sorrow and despair, dreams and hopes, poverty and squalor, grandeur and glory. Calcutta is compelling , effervescent, teeming with life and traditions - a medley of moods, styles, cultures, politics, industry and commerce.More than 300 years ago, Job Charnock, an English tradesman set up a trading post on the banks of the Ganga along the three-village nucleus. Gradually Europeans started setting up business and trade establishments, the moneyed class taking interest in banking and usury. The East India Company steadily encroached into matters of state.The fate of the Nawabi rule was sealed in the Battle of Plassey and the English went ahead to seize power, a grip which loosened only 250 years later when power was transferred from the British Empire to the Indians. 


INR 7,900.00
Days:


Excursion to Vishnupur Ex. Kolkata / West Bengal(KOL03)
  • Visit Bishnupur is known for its terracotta temples

Bishnupur is a town in the Bankura District of West Bengal about 132Km from Kolkata. It is famous for itsterracotta temples andbaluchari sarees. The town has a glorious past that is reflected in its rich architecture, music and handicrafts such as pottery and weaving. It prospered in the 17th and early 18th centuries. Ruled by a line of Hindu Rajas of the Malla dynasty, Bishnupur developed a unique form of architecture and has perhaps the most brilliant and detailed terracotta work in Eastern India that has withstood the ravages of time.
The history of Bishnupur can be traced back to 694 AD, when King Raghunath I founded the Malla dynasty. However it was much later in 994 AD that the place was named Bishnupur. The name is derived from the name of the Hindu God ‘Vishnu'. The majority of the people belong to the ‘Vaishnava' sect.


INR 10,800.00
Days: 2
Night: 1


Excursion to Shantiniketan - 1 night /2 Days Ex. Kolkata / West Bengal(KOL04)
  • Visit Shantiniketan 

Shantiniketan is a tourist attraction also because Rabindranath lived here and penned many of his literary classics (namely Tagore songs, poems, novels etc.) and his home is a place of historical importance.

 

Shantiniketan was earlier called Bhubandanga (named after Bhuban Dakat, a local dacoit), and was owned by the Tagore family. In 1862, Maharshi Devendranath Tagore, while on a boat journey to Raipur, came across a landscape with red soil and meadows of lush green paddy fields. Rows of chhatim trees and date palms charmed him. He stopped to look, decided to plant more saplings and built a small house. He called his home Santiniketan (abode of peace). Santiniketan became a spiritual centre where people from all religions were invited to join for meditation and prayers. He founded an 'Ashram' here in 1863 and became the initiator of the Brahmo Samaj. 


INR 4,800.00
Days: 1


Colonial Kolkata Walk Tour Kolkata / West Bengal(KOL05)
  • Do Colonial Kolkata includes a two and half hour walking tour across various colonial establishments in Kolkata like Raj Bhawan (Governor House), Writer House ( present state secretariat), General Post Office, Calcutta High Court, Town Hall, St.John's Church and the Howrah Bridge.

A city of love and warmth, sorrow and despair, dreams and hopes, poverty and squalor, grandeur and glory. Calcutta is compelling , effervescent, teeming with life and traditions - a medley of moods, styles, cultures, politics, industry and commerce.More than 300 years ago, Job Charnock, an English tradesman set up a trading post on the banks of the Ganga along the three-village nucleus. Gradually Europeans started setting up business and trade establishments, the moneyed class taking interest in banking and usury. The East India Company steadily encroached into matters of state.The fate of the Nawabi rule was sealed in the Battle of Plassey and the English went ahead to seize power, a grip which loosened only 250 years later when power was transferred from the British Empire to the Indians. 


INR 30,000.00
Days: 1


5 Night 6 Days Bishnupur -Shantiniketan - Malda -Murshibad Private Car Tour Ex. Kolkata(KOL08)
  • Visit Bishnupur , Shantiniketan, Malda, Murshibad

A city of love and warmth, sorrow and despair, dreams and hopes, poverty and squalor, grandeur and glory. Calcutta is compelling , effervescent, teeming with life and traditions - a medley of moods, styles, cultures, politics, industry and commerce.More than 300 years ago, Job Charnock, an English tradesman set up a trading post on the banks of the Ganga along the three-village nucleus. Gradually Europeans started setting up business and trade establishments, the moneyed class taking interest in banking and usury. The East India Company steadily encroached into matters of state.The fate of the Nawabi rule was sealed in the Battle of Plassey and the English went ahead to seize power, a grip which loosened only 250 years later when power was transferred from the British Empire to the Indians. 


INR 2,250.00
Days: 1


Explore Kolkata with Vivada Day Cruise - Ex. Kolkata/ West Bengal(KOL16)

Cruises at Kolkata

M.V. Ahalya : Ahalya is one of our prettiest and coziest carriers with a capacity of 125 PAX. Guests really enjoy the Mahanagar cruise and Sunset cruises in Ahalya. The gentle wobbling of twin decked Ahalya with the lapping of the waves makes you feel the thrill of water cruising. With an Air Conditioned lounge, dining provisions and a dance floor spruced up with state-of-the-art music system, we can customize Ahalya for conferences, chartered tours and small parties too. 

M.V. Milllennium : If you are planning a small homely party or an official meeting, then why not choose our Millennium as your venue? You can party in mid Ganges appreciating the sunset over Kolkata with the gentle wind caressing you.With a capacity of 40 PAX and an Air Conditioned Lounge with elegant interiors, the twin decked Millennium is sure to steal your heart. Guests really enjoy the Mahanagar cruise and Sunset cruises from Millennium. We also customize Millennium for conferences, chartered tours and small parties. 

 


 


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