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  • 1. Name : Vikas SinghBatch No : E5Assessor Name : Pauline AnishDate : 5:01:2012AIR TRAVEL MANAGEMENT
  • 2. PASSPORTVISATRAVELINSURANCE TRAVEL FORMALITIES
  • 3.  a) Proof of address (attach one of the following): Applicant‟s ration card, certificate from Employer of reputed companies on letter head, water /telephone /electricity bill/statement of running bank account/Income Tax Assessment Order /Election Commission ID card, Spouse‟s passport copy, parent‟s passport copy in case of minors. (NOTE: If any applicant submits only ration card as proof of address, it should be accompanied by one more proof of address out of the above categories). (b) Proof of Date of Birth (attach one of the following): Birth certificate issued by a Municipal Authority or district office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths; Date of birth certificate from the school last attended by the applicant or any other recognized educational institution; or an Affidavit sworn before a Magistrate/Notary stating date/place of birth as per the specimen in ANNEXURE „A‟ by illiterate or semi-illiterate applicants. N.B.: In the case of applicants born on or after 26.01.89, only Birth Certificate issued by the Municipal Authority or the Office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths is acceptable. (c) Citizenship Document if applicant is a citizen of India by Registration . (d) Government/Public Sector/Statutory body employees should submit “Identity Certificate” in original (ANNEXURE B) along with Standard Affidavit Annexure I. DOCUMENT REQUIRED FOR PASSPORT
  • 4.  AUSTRALIA  NEW ZEALAND 2 RECENT COLOURED  2 RECENT COLOURED PHOTOGRAPHS WITH WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS WITH WHITE BACKGROUND BACKGROUND PASSPORT SHOULD BE VALID FOR  PASSPORT SHOULD BE VALID FOR SIX MONTHS SIX MONTHS COMPANY COVERING LETTERS  COMPANY COVERING LETTERS. LAST THREE YEARS INCOME TAX CHALLANS  LAST THREE YEARS INCOME TAX CHALLANS BANK STATEMENT UPTO DATE  BANK STATEMENT VISA FEES FOR AUSTRALIA MUST  VISA FEES FOR NEW ZEALAND BE PAID BY D.D. Rs.5400/- IN MUST BE PAID BY PAID BY D.D. Rs FAVOUR OF “ AUSTRALIAN HIGH 5500/- IN FAVOUR OF COMMISION – NEW “IMMIGRATION NEW ZEALAND” DELHI” & RS. 630/- AS VFS  SERVICE - NEW DELHI” & RS 60 CHARGES + RS.60/- AS A DD DD CHARGE CHARGESVISA DOCUMENT FOR AUS /NZ
  • 5. Travel insurance is insurance that is intended to cover medical expenses, financial default of travel suppliers, and other losses incurred while traveling, either within ones own country, or internationally. Temporary travel insurance can usually be arranged at the time of the booking of a trip to cover exactly the duration of that trip, or a "multi-trip" policy can cover an unlimited number of trips within a set time frame. Coverage varies, and can be purchased to include higher risk items such as "winter sports" The most common risks that are covered by travel insurance are: Medical/dental expenses Emergency evacuation/Medical Air Evacuation/repatriation of remains Return of a minor child Trip cancellation/interruption Accidental death, injury or disablement benefit Overseas funeral expenses Curtailment Delayed departure, missed connection Lost, stolen or damaged baggage, personal effects or travel documents Delayed baggage (and emergency replacement of essential items) Legal assistance Trip Cancellation Flight Connection was missed due to airline schedule Travel Delays due to weather Medical Emergency and hospital care (Accident or Sickness) TRAVEL INSURANCE
  • 6.  The client Mr. VIRAT KHOLI has informed our travelagency that he wants to go out for a vacation.A. Mr. VIRAT KHOLI is a Sport’s man & he wants to go out for a vacation with his 2 friends.B. So he approached our travel agency.C. Mr. VIRAT KHOLI & his friends are sporty people so they wanted to enjoy a vacation where they can do adventure & enjoy night life.D. So being a travel agent I planned a trip according to their desire, & suggested these 2 countries where they can enjoy to their fullest. CUSTOMER PROFILE
  • 7. AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND
  • 8. CANBERRA WELLINGTON CAPITAL CITY‟S WITH FLAG
  • 9. AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR NEW ZEALAND DOLLARCURRENCY OF AUSTRALIA/NEWZEALAND
  • 10. Australian map Tariff conference area 3AUSTRALIA TC AREA & MAP
  • 11. NEW ZEALAND MAP Tariff conference area 3NEW ZEALAND TC AREA& MAP
  • 12. BUSIEST AIRPORT‟S OF AUSTRALIASydney AirportMelbourne AirportBrisbane AirportPerth AirportAdelaide AirportGold coast AirportCairns AirportCanberra International AirportHobart International AirportMAJOR AIRPORT‟S OF AUSTRALIA
  • 13. BUZIEST AIRPORT‟S OF AUSTRALIA
  • 14. BUSIEST AIRPORT OF NEW ZEALANDMost international visitors arrive in the major hubs of Auckland Airport orChristchurch Airport. However, many flying from Australia or the PacificIslands find that arriving at one of New Zealands smaller internationalairports is more convenient for their holiday schedule.Auckland AirportNew Zealands largest airport and a hub for many international flights.Hamilton AirportHamilton airport operates international flights to Australia.Rotorua AirportNew Zealands newest international airport, with regular flights to and fromSydney.Wellington AirportInternational gateway to the lower North Island and New Zealands capitalcity.Christchurch AirportMost international visitors enter the South Island through Christchurch.Queenstown AirportQueenstown Airport boasts one of the most scenic landing strips in the world.MAJOR AIRPORT‟S OF NEW ZEALAND
  • 15. BUSIEST AIRPORT OF NEW ZEALAND
  • 16. The peak travel season in the most popular parts of Australia is theAustralian winter. In much of the country – Queensland, the TopEnd, the Red Centre and most of Western Australia – the mostpleasant time to travel is April through September, when daytimetemperatures are 66° to 88°F (19°-31°C) and it rarely rains.June, July and August are the busiest months in these areas.On the other hand, Australias summer is a nice time to visit thesouthern states - New South Wales, Victoria, SouthAustralia, Western Australia from Perth to the south, and Tasmania.Even in winter, temperatures rarely dip below freezing, and snowfalls only in parts of Tasmania.Ultimately the best months to visit Australia are September andOctober. During this period its still warm enough to hit the southernbeaches, but also cool enough to tour Uluru (Ayers Rock). Aswell, the humidity and rains have not yet come to Cairns or the TopEnd and the wildflowers are in full bloom in Western AustraliaBEST TIME TO VISIT AUSTRALIA
  • 17. Depending on what you want to do, you can virtuallygo all over New Zealand at all times of the year. Thesummer months are from November to April, peakseason is December, February and March. This is notonly because of foreign tourists but also domestictravelers who have holidays from 20th December tolate January when schools close. Easter weekend andlate October are also vacation times. For beach bums, January and February are the besttime though other months are also quite warm.October and May are quieter and cheaper as all therates start to come down, and if you avoid high altitudeareas, then the weather can be cool and pleasant. Ifyoure planning a ski trip then June to September arethe best months to come in. Best Time to Visit New Zealand
  • 18. The climate of Australia can vary agreat deal from place toplace, although in summer it’sbasically hot everywhere in varyingdegrees (little weather joke there)Australia is an essentially aridcontinent, with 80% of the landhaving a rainfall less than 600millimeters per year and 50% havingeven less than 300 millimeters peryear.Australia is in the southernhemisphere so our seasons areopposite from the northernhemisphere; this means thatChristmas in Australia is in summer Seasons in Australia are:when it’s hot, and summers can get Summer: December to February Autumn: March to Mayquite a bit hotter than they do in the Winter: June to Augustnorthern hemisphere. Spring: September to November CLIMATE OF AUSTRALIA
  • 19. NZ is quite simply ‘The WindyCountry’. Winds sweep in all the yearround and can be chilly when theycome from Antarctica and warm whenthey blow from across the TasmanSea.The North Island is subtropical whilethe North is temperate. The coldestmonths are June, July and August;the warmest are December, Januaryand February.Average summer temperatures rangefrom 20 to 30 degrees and maximumwinter temperatures from 10 to 15degrees Celsius. . Summer season isthe best season; up north it’s quitepleasant almost round the year,though it can get quite windy in thehigh altitude areas. CLIMATE OF NEW ZEALAND
  • 20. MEAT PIE PRAWNS SYDNEY CHINESEKANGAROO FILLET BANGERS AND MASH CHICKENMOJO AUSTRALIAN CUISINE
  • 21. DENHEATH PAVLOVA ORIGINAL CUSTARD ROAST BEEF SALADSTEAK-AND- CHEESE FISH AND CHIPS BACON AND EGG PIE NEW ZEALAND CUISINE
  • 22. Nightlife in Australia is quitehappening, going by the number ofparties, shows and events that are aregular feature over here. Indeed, ifyou are looking to let your hair downand rock the whole night, Australia iscertainly a great place to be in. Nowonder, some of the best parties andevents in the world happen in Australiaand people are more than ready totravel to Australia and have their shareof entertainment.With many trendybars, nightclubs, theatres andother hotspots strewn all aroundthe country, those looking forwardto have a taste of the nightlife inAustralia do have a good range ofoptions to choose from. NIGHT LIFE IN AUSTRALIA
  • 23. The Night Cat Nightclub Q RoomA much loved icon of Fitzroy A fully licensed bar/club presentinghas been entertaining crowds some of Melbourne biggest gigsfor over 15 years. From Hip every week, with a dance floor toHop latin reggae to die for, mesmerizing lights andfunk, salsa, swing or high quality sound equipmentkitsch, there is always aninteresting, fun live music…SOME OF THE FAMOUS BAR‟S AN CLUBS INAUSTRALIA
  • 24. Melbas Nightclub GOLD COAST Candys Apartment SYDNEY Eve Nightclub PERTH Bar 32 CANBERRA BAR‟S AND CLUB‟S
  • 25. Every city in New Zealand hasnightclubs and the smaller towns havea pub, also known as publichouses, where alcohol is served.The nightlife in New Zealand ispulsating and diverse. Varying thingscould be done here from dining out inrestaurants with a play afterwards tojust drinking and dancing till the earlyhours.Wellington is considered as thenightlife capital of New Zealand. It isjam-packed with bars, nightclubsand pubs that are definitely going tosuit your taste as well as pocket. Ithas cozy pubs dishing out Guinnessand live jazz music. Wellington iswell known for its restaurants, wineand coffee shops with more than 300cafes situated throughout the city. NIGHTLIFE IN NEW ZELAND
  • 26. CODE –NIGHT- CLUB Auckland Minus 5 ICE BAR AUCKLAND BAR‟S AND CLUBS
  • 27. Shopping in SydneyIf Shopping is your passion, you’ve cometo the right place. Whether it be highfashion, cutting edge design, bargains ormarkets chic, Sydney has it all.High fashion and cutting edge design canbe found in exclusive pockets aroundSydney. Sydney City, Paddington, Bondiand Newtown offer the big brands andmany boutique shops for up and comingdesigners. In the city, places like theQVB, Strand Arcade, World Square andPitt St Mall should be checked out.Personally, I’m more of a bargain hunterand hence really enjoy factory outlets andmarkets. Pitt St Mall-Sydney NSW BEST PLACE TO SHOP IN AUSTRALIA
  • 28. Shops & Services in QueenstownShop in Queenstown, Arrowtown orGlenorchy for a unique, boutiqueshopping experienceWhether you’re looking for international brands oriconic New Zealand designs, traditional wool andsheepskin clothing, Pounamu (greenstone)jewellery or outdoor adventure equipment, you’llfind it in Queenstown’s compact central shoppingarea.Central Queenstown also provides alltravel, booking and visitor services including postoffices, Internet cafes, informationservices, Bureax de Change, banks, real estateagents and more.And don’t miss nearby Arrowtown for a specialtyshopping experience like no other, where you’ll findlocal arts and crafts, home wares, fantastic foodand clothing..BEST PLACE TO SHOP IN NEW ZELAND
  • 29. Clothing & Shoe Shops Jewellery & Accessories Gifts, Souvenirs & Crafts Health & Beauty ServicesFood & Liquor Shops Queenstown Art Galleries Book Shops & Music Outdoor & Sports Stores Shops Queenstown Shops & Services
  • 30. Custom RegulationsAustralia has very strict laws regarding the importation and exportation of plant, food and animalitems. All such items much be declared. Most will undergo a quarantine inspection. It is better todeclare items that you are unsure of than to face the penalty for not declaring them. Declaration ofgoods does not mean an automatic search of your luggage.Any protected wildlife or items made from them are forbidden in Australia, and will be taken byCustoms upon arrival. Items made from protected species may includeclothing, bags, shoes, jewellery, ornaments and trophies. Foreign certificates stating that theirproducts have been made from protected animals specifically bred for such purposes are notrecognised in Australia. If you do have any such items, an import permit is required from theAustralian Nature Conservation Agency. Consideration are only given to applications with writtenapproval for export by the relevant wildlife authorities in the country of purchase.If you want to bring live animals into the country you need to obtain a permit from:Australian Quarantine and Inspection ServiceExecutive DirectorCANBERRA ACT 2601AUSTRALIAIf you are required to take prescription medicines, you should first contact an Australian embassy orconsulate to make sure that they type of medicine and quantities are allowed in Australia. It isadvisable to carry a letter from your doctor with the prescription when travelling. CUSTOMS ,RULE & REGULATION OF AUSTRALIA
  • 31. Free importIf you are aged 18 years or over,• 250 cigarettes, or• 250 grams of cigars or tobacco products• 2.25 liters of alcohol• up to A$900 worth of general goods. (Generalgoods include gifts, souvenirs, cameras, electronicequipment, leather goods, perfumeconcentrates, jewellery, watches and sportingequipment.)Prohibited• Firearms, weapons and ammunition• Drugs• Currency• Food, plants, animals and biological goods• Medicinal products• Protected wildlife and wildlife products• Heritage-listed goods• Veterinary products• Defence and strategic goods
  • 32. RESTRICTED• Currency. There is no limit to the amount of currencyyou can bring in or out of Australia. However, you mustdeclare amounts of A$10,000 or more in Australiancurrency or foreign equivalent.• Heritage-listed goods. You need to apply for apermit to import or export heritage-listed goodsincluding works of art, stamps, coins, archaeologicalobjects, minerals and specimens.• Veterinary products. Declare all veterinary drugs andmedicines. This includes products that containsubstances prohibited without a permit.• Medicines. You need to declare all drugs andmedicines including prescriptionmedications, alternative, herbal and traditionalmedicines, vitamin and mineral preparation formulas toCustoms and Border Protection.• Food, plants, animals and biological goods.Declare all food, plant and animal goods, equipmentused with animals, biological materials, soils and sand toQuarantine on arrival.• Firearms, weapons and ammunition. You mustdeclare all firearms, weapons and ammunition includingreal and replica firearms.
  • 33. New Zealand has a very strict policy oncustom issue. Here some of the mostimportant regulations, so you won’t besurprised on your arrival to New Zealand.Import and export of national andforeign currency is unlimited.At the borders of New Zealandintroduced a detailed examination ofpersons, baggage, goods and even themail. Sanitary and veterinary control isvery rigid, using electronic detectors,trained dogs and hand inspection of allluggage. Also, customs can ask for areturn ticket, cash, travel checks or creditcards. CUSTOMS ,RULE & REGULATION OF NEW ZEALAND
  • 34. Allowed duty-free imports (citizensover 17 years):Up to 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 gr.tobacco or a mixture of all three weightmeasurements of no more than 250 gr.Up to 4.5 liters. wine or beerUp to 1,125 liters. spirits or pure alcoholItems of personal use of the total value of up toNZ $ 700Strictly Prohibited:Bringing Food products (including most types of cannedfood), drugs, weapons, any product of animal and plantorigin (including soil), bee products, pet food, ivory in anyform, crafts made of tortoise shell or sea animalsbones, tusks, rhinoceros horns and tiger skins, as well asproducts made from cat family members leather.Also Prohibited:Importation of a number of diuretic, sleeping-pillsand nerving, heart drugs, tranquilizers, all types ofvaccines and drugs, which is used for production ofmusk, if their need was not confirmed by therelevant medical prescriptions.
  • 35. Firearms and bladed weapons aresubject to mandatory customscontrol.The importation of pets from countrieswhere the rabies virus or a lack of controlis registered, is simply not allowed. Theonly way for getting a pet from suchcountry into New Zealand is by putting itthrough a long quarantine period (up to 6months) in a country where rabies virus isabsent (for example in UK). Owners arerequired to display the appropriatecertificate confirming the passage of aspecial animal quarantine.Export of specimens of plants and animalsunder state protection, as well as leather,bone, bird feathers, shells, corals, etc isstrictly prohibited.
  • 36. WORLD POLITICAL MAPBLANK WORLD MAP
  • 37. Trip of 15 DAY’s AND 14 NIGHT’s(Brisbane / Gold Coast /Cairns / Melbourne / Auckland/ Rotorua / Queenstown /Christchurch / Sydney /Itinerary OF AUSTRALIA WITHNEW ZEALAND
  • 38. DAY 00MUMBAI – BRISBANEDepart Mumbai by flight forBrisbane. DAY 01 BRISBANE – GOLD COASTArrive Brisbane and drive to Gold Coast. Onarrival at Gold Coast check into ParadiseResort Gold Coast or similar. Later depart forSEA WORLD. The world of sea comes to life atSea World Marvel at the grace and strengthdisplayed by the dolphins. And the sea-lions inthe fun shows. Enjoy the HELICOPTER RIDEto take excellent view on top of sea world. Andthen proceed to the Indian restaurant for yourdelicious dinner. Overnight at the hotel.Breakfast Dinner
  • 39. DAY 02GOLD COAST - DREAM WORLD - GOLD COASTEarly in the morning proceed for an excitingride on Hot Air Ballooning. Enjoy breakfast atthe hotel. Today we depart to DREAM WORLD,Australias largest theme park. Home toawesome thrill rides, Nick Central, TigerIsland, native wildlife and more. In theevening enjoy delicious dinner at Indianrestaurant.Breakfast DinnerDAY 03BRISBANE – CAIRNSToday check out of the hotel and proceed to theairport for your flight for Cairns. Arrive Cairns.Depart for KURANDA RAIN FOREST. Take theSKY RAIL and stop by the various forest floors.Wander through this quaint little township ofKuranda before boarding the coach for yourreturn trip. Evening enjoy delicious dinner.Transfer to All Seasons Gateway Resort or BayVillage Tropical Retreat or similar.Breakfast Dinner
  • 40. DAY 04FULL DAY TOUR OF GREAT BARRIER REEFToday we depart to the airport to board your flight forMelbourne. Arrive Melbourne and transfer to your hotel.Later we proceed for the city tour of Melbourne. VisitEURAKA SKYDECK 88, Melbournes tallest observation deckwith 360 degree views of Melbourne and the worlds only"Edge experience. Located alongside the Yarra River and inthe heart of the city, The Skydeck 88 is a whole new way oflooking at Melbourne and the world, it is the onlyobservation deck in the world that can thrill you with TheEdge - a glass cube which projects 3 meters out from thebuilding. In the evening enjoy dinner at Indian restaurant.Overnight at Mercure Hotel Welcome Melbourne or similar.Breakfast Lunch DinnerDAY 05CAIRNS – MELBOURNEToday we depart to the airport to board your flight for Melbourne. ArriveMelbourne and transfer to your hotel. Later we proceed for the city tourof Melbourne. Visit EURAKA SKYDECK 88, Melbournes tallestobservation deck with 360 degree views of Melbourne and the worldsonly "Edge experience. Located alongside the Yarra River and in theheart of the city, The Skydeck 88 is a whole new way of looking atMelbourne and the world, it is the only observation deck in the worldthat can thrill you with The Edge - a glass cube which projects 3meters out from the building. In the evening enjoy dinner at Indianrestaurant. Overnight at Mercure Hotel Welcome Melbourne or similar.Breakfast Dinner
  • 41. DAY 06MELBOURNE - AUCKLANDToday we depart to the airport to board your flight forAuckland. On arrival at Auckland we proceed for thehalf day city tour of Auckland. Later check in to HotelAuckland City Hotel or similar. Later we continue to visitSKY TOWER, Aucklands highest tower. At 328 metersSky Tower is the tallest tower in the SouthernHemisphere, offering breath-taking views for more than80 kilometers in every direction. Evening enjoydelicious dinner. Overnight at the hotel.Breakfast DinnerDAY 07AUCKLAND - ROTORUA - WAITOMO GLOW WORMCAVES - SKYINE GONDOLA - ROTORUA After breakfast depart by coach for Rotorua, the cultural capital of New Zealand. Enroute take the guided tour of WAITOMO GLOW WORM CAVES, which is famous for their limestone formations and also the mysterious glow-worms which live on the ceiling of the caves emitting a tiny light which gives you the feeling of looking at the sky with lots of stars!. Later take a breathtaking ride on SKYLINE GONDOLA to the top of MOUNT NGOGOTAHA. Evening enjoy delicious dinner. Overnight at Sudima Lake Rotorua Hotel or similar. Breakfast Dinner
  • 42. DAY 08ROTORUA - AGRODOME - TE PUIA (WHAKAREWAREWATHERMAL RESERVE) - QUEENSTOWNEnjoy breakfast at the Hotel. Today we proceed to AGRODOME towitness the Agrodome Agricultural Show, where you will beentertained by New Zealands performing sheep and otherattractions. Later proceed to visit WHAKAREWAREWA THERMALRESERVE known for its hot springs, geysers and boiling mud pools.Watch the Maori craftsmen and learn about the traditional arts ofcarving and weaving. Later depart to the airport to board your flight toQueenstown. Arrive Queenstown and transfer to A Line Hotel orsimilar. Rest of the day at leisure. Evening enjoy delicious dinner.Breakfast DinnerDAY 09QUEENSTOWN - MILFORD SOUND - QUEENSTOWNThis morning we head to MILFORD SOUND CRUISE, toboard your cruise MV MARINER. This famous cruisegives you an opportunity to see MITRE PEAK which isjust out of the water and mile high. Go exploring with anature guide in the tender vessels and kayaks. You maysee fur seals lazing on the rocks and lots of sea birds andnumerous waterfalls. Evening return back to the hotel.Enjoy delicious dinner. Overnight at the hotel.Breakfast Dinner
  • 43. DAY 10QUEENSTOWN - MILFORD SOUND QUEENSTOWNThis morning we head to MILFORD SOUNDCRUISE, to board your cruise MV MARINER. Thisfamous cruise gives you an opportunity to see MITREPEAK which is just out of the water and mile high. Goexploring with a nature guide in the tender vessels andkayaks. You may see fur seals lazing on the rocks andlots of sea birds and numerous waterfalls. Eveningreturn back to the hotel. Enjoy delicious dinner.Overnight at the hotel.Breakfast DinnerDAY 11QUEENSTOWN-KAWERAU JET BOAT RIDE-QUEENSTOWNEnjoy breakfast at the hotel. Today we depart for halfday sightseeing tour of Queenstown. Later weproceed for the exciting KAWERAU JET BOAT RIDEand SKYLINE GONDOLA which will take you to thetop of BOBS PEAK. From here you will have themost stunning view of Queenstown, the neighboringlake and surrounding mountains. Enjoy dinner at theIndian restaurant.Breakfast Dinner
  • 44. DAY 12QUEENSTOWN - FRANZ JOSEF GLACIER-HELICOPTER RIDEAfter breakfast we leave Queenstown by coach for FRANZJOSEF via lake Wanaka, the vast world heritage area andFox Glacier township. Afternoon you will board theHELICOPTER for a 20 mins exciting and unforgettableexperience. You will actually land on snow. Explore theFox or Franz Josef glacier at 6000 ft. Enjoy the amazinglandscape of Mt Cook and the Tasman glacier and ofcourse have fun in the ice. Enjoy your dinner(not Indian).Overnight at Franz Josef Glacier Hotel or similar. TRANZALPINE TRAIN, which is one of the top six scenictrain journeys in the world. In the evening arriveBreakfast , Dinner at CHRISTCHURCH.DAY 13 CHRISTCHURCHEnjoy breakfast at the hotel. Today we depart for CITYTOUR of Christchurch "the garden city". Also visit theINTERNATIONAL ANTARTIC CENTRE and experiencethe awesome and challenging Antarctic environment.Experience the actual weather conditions in the Snow andIce room. Rest of the day free for personal activities.Evening enjoy delicious dinner. Overnight at the hotel.Breakfast Dinner
  • 45. DAY 14CHRISTCHURCH – SYDNEYAfter breakfast proceed to theairport to board your flight forSydney. Arrive Sydney andtransfer to Metro Hotel SydneyCentral or similar. In theevening we proceed to boardthe SYDNEY SHOWBOAT - agreat cruise experience withshow. Enjoy dinner on boardthe boat. And then return backto your hotel for overnight.Dinner
  • 46. DAY 15SYDNEY CITY TOUR - SYDNEY TOWER -OZTREK - SYDNEY OPERA HOUSEToday after breakfast we depart for a half day city tour ofSydney covering SYDNEY TOWER, soaring 250 m abovethe city streets, the Sydney Tower is the tallest and offers apanoramic view of this vibrant city. Your visit to the topincludes OzTrek - an amazing virtual reality ride acrossAustralia. The largest simulated ride in the southernhemisphere and the only one of its kind in Australia. OzTrektakes you on an amazing virtual adventure acrossAustralias cultural history and geography, where diverseAustralian landscapes are brought to life with a uniqueintegration of 3D holographic technology, animated modelsand scenic art. And then visit SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE.The Sydney Opera House is situated on Bennelong Point inSydney Harbour. Contrary to the implication of the name, ithouses a multi-venue performing arts centre, rather than asingle Opera theatre. The Sydney Opera House is a majorpresenting venue for Opera Australia, The AustralianBallet, the Sydney theatre company and the SydneySymphony. Evening enjoy dinner at Indian restaurant.Overnight at the hotel.Breakfast Dinner
  • 47. DAY 16SYDNEY - MUMBAIToday check out of the hotel andproceed to the airport to board yourflight for Mumbai.
  • 48. Tour Cost Includes• Return economy class airfare• Airport taxes• Visa charges (one time fee)• Twin sharing accommodation• Sightseeing as per the itinerary• Meals as mentioned in the itinerary• Overseas mediclaim policy• Tips to the coach driverTour Cost Excludes :• Meals not mentioned in the itinerary• Any other personal expenses such as porterage, laundry, etc.• Any increase in airfare, taxes, hotel tariff prior to departure. Child below 12 yrsPer Person on twin Per Person on sharing sharing Single Occupancy with extra bed 10’0,000 + USD103,999 + USD 4449 101,000 + USD 5149 3349 TOUR COST (PER PERSON)
  • 49. BOM-BNE-CNS-MEL-AKLCHC- SYD-BOM THIS IS THE ROUTE OF OUR ITINARARY ANDACCORDIND TO THAT WE ARE GOING TO USE 5 TH FREEDOM OFAIR.FOR TRAVELING IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND WE AREGOING TO USE AIR AUSTRALIA WHICH IS A AIRLINE OFAUSTRALIA.FIRST WE WILL BOARD A FLIGHT FROM MUMBAIINTERNATIONAL AIRPORT{BOM} AND WILL GOTO Brisbane Airport {BNE} IN AUSTRALIATHEN AFTER COMPLETING ONE COUNTRY THAT IS AUSTRALIAWE WILL FURTHER PROCEED FOR AUCKLAND IN NEW ZEALAND.AND AFTER COMPLETING THE WHOLE TOUR WE WILL GET BACKTO MUBAI. FREEDOM OF AIR
  • 50.  Pacific Travel Association was founded in the year 1951 to stimulate interest in the pacific region as a vacationland, and to develop, promote, facilities travel to the many pacific destinations. PATA is a non profit organization setup with the objective of promoting, developing and facilitating travel to and within the pacific area region and the south-east Asia region including India. It primarily operated in the united states, which is the world’s largest tourism market. The organization provides the meeting point for all the people involved in the travel trade and all the activities related to it from a large number of countries. PATA (Pacific Area Travel Association)
  • 51.  The International Air Transport Association founded by the airlines in 1945 to help meet the problems anticipated in the expansion of civil air service after the 2nd world war. it is non governmental organization and draws its legal existence from a special act of the Canadian parliament, given royal accent in December 1945. In both, its organization and its activity, IATA has been closely associated with ICAO- INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION. AIMS OF THE ORGANIZATION: TO PROMOTE - Safe, regular an economical air transport for the benefit of people of the world, to foster air commerce an to study the problem connected therewith. TO PROVIDE - Means of collaboration among the air transport enterprises engaged directly or indirectly in international air transport services. TO CO-OPERATE – With international Civil Aviation Organization and other International organization.IATA (INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORTASSOCIATION
  • 52. Aim and objective:- UFTAA‟smission is to be an internationalforum where matters affecting theworld travel industry areaddressed, representing anddefending the interests of incomingand outgoing tour operators, traveland tourism agencies before thegovernmental bodies, suppliers andother entities of international scope.It also aims at strengthening itsmembers’ image and enhance theworld travel and tourism industryand a sustainable tourism. UNIVERSAL FEDERATION OF TRAVEL AGENT‟S ASSOCIATION
  • 53. Aim and objectives :- The primary aims of ICAO are to develop principles and techniques of international air navigation and to foster the planning and development of international air transport so as to ensure the safe and orderly growth of international civil aviation throughout the worldINTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATIONORGANIZATION
  • 54. Aim and objective:- TheMontreal Convention, formallythe Convention for theUnification of Certain Rules forInternational Carriage by Air.The Convention re-establishesurgently needed uniformity andpredictability of rules relating tothe international carriage ofpassengers, baggage and cargo.Whilst maintaining the coreprovisions which have successfullyserved the international airtransport MONTREAL CONVENTION
  • 55. Air serviceCustomsNationality ofaircraftInternationalstandard andpracticeStatics, finance CHICAGO CONVENTION.
  • 56. i. WE HAVE DESIGNED THE PACKAGE PURELEY DEPENDING ON PERSONAL INTREST OF THE CLINT.ii. THE TOUR SPOT OFFERED IS NOT SO COMMON.iii. ANOTHER THING THAT I HAVE GIVEN PRORITY TO YOUR SAFTY AND SECURITY.I HAVE SELECTED THE COUNTRIES KEEPING THE POLITICAL CONDITION PREVAILING THERE IN MIND.SO WE MAKE SURE THAT YOU AND YOUR FRIEND’S IS SAFE.iv. THE TOURIST DESTINATION’S IN THE COUNTRY TAKEN BY ME ARE WORTH TO THE CUSTOMER .v. QUALITY TRAVEL EXPERIENCE WHY MY PACKAGE IS BETTER THEN THE OTHER PACKAGE
  • 57. www.newzealand.com www.australia.com www.australia.gov.au www.responsibletravel.com www.nols.edu/Australia www.blacksheeptouring.co.nz BIBLEOGRAOHY

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