Travel  tour management
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Travel tour management

on

  • 1,112 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,112
Views on SlideShare
1,112
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
14
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Travel tour management Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Travel Management
  • 2. Submitted By Shazia O1 batch
  • 3. Places chosen for visit • United States of America • Canada
  • 4. United States of America Flag of USA Coat Of Arms
  • 5. United States of America Capital - Washington DC Largest city – New York City Motto – In God we trust. Anthem – “the star spangled banner” National language – English Currency – US dollar
  • 6. USA The country is situated mostly in central North America, where its forty-eight contiguous states and Washington, D.C., the capital district. The United States is one of the worlds most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations, the product of large- scale immigration from many countries. The U.S. economy is the largest national economy in the world, with an estimated 2008 gross domestic product (GDP) of US $14.3 trillion.
  • 7. History In 1492, Genoese explorer Christopher Columbus, under contract to the Spanish crown, reached several Caribbean islands, making first contact with the indigenous people. In 1674, the Dutch ceded their American territory to England; the province of New Netherland was renamed New York. The United States and Soviet Union jockeyed for power after World War II during the Cold War, dominating the military affairs of Europe through NATO and the Warsaw Pact
  • 8. Destinations in USANew York city 1. Niagara Falls 2. Empire State Building 3. Ground Zero 4. Statue of Liberty 5. Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum 6. Brooklyn BridgeFlorida 1. Miami Beach 2. Hollywood 3. Fort Lauderdale 4. Florida bay 5. Orlando 6. St.Petersburg
  • 9. New York City New York is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation. New York (also referred to as "New York City", "NYC", or just "the City"), the biggest city in the United States, lies at the mouth of the Hudson River. It has one of the largest and most famous skylines on earth, dominated by the iconic Empire State Building.
  • 10. Niagara Falls Niagara Falls is in the Niagara Frontier region of New York state. The Niagara Falls consist of three sections. The large Canadian falls – with their distinctive curved shape – are also known as the Horseshoe Falls. They are separated by Goat Island from the American Falls, which are separated by a small island at their south end, from the narrow Bridal Veil falls.
  • 11. Empire State Building Tallest building in New York, since the destruction of the World Trade Center Twin Towers on 11 September 2001. Strongly consider going to the Empire State at night.
  • 12. Ground Zero The term was used to describe the site of the World Trade Center in New York City, which was destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks. The term is often re-used for disasters that have a geographic or conceptual epicenter.
  • 13. Statue of Liberty  The Statue of Liberty was presented to the United States by "the people of France" in 1886.  Worldwide, the Statue of Liberty is one of the most recognizable icons of the United States and was, from 1886 until the jet age, often one of the first glimpses of the United States for millions of immigrants after ocean voyages from Europe.Statue is 151ft tall
  • 14. Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum  New York Citys branch of the famous London wax museum.  Features detailed life-like wax models of celebrities and other famous public Entrance of museum at NYC figures.  A new branch is now opening at Washington DC.Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan withhis wax statue at Madam Tussaud’s
  • 15. Brooklyn Bridge The Brooklyn Bridge, one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, stretches 5,989 feet (1825 m) over the East River. Upon completion, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world, the first steel- wire suspension bridge, and the first bridge to connect to Long Island.
  • 16. FloridaFlorida is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. Much of the land mass of the state is a large peninsula with the Gulf of Mexico.Florida is the fourth most populous state in the U.S.
  • 17. Miami Beach It is a coastal city in southeastern Florida, in the United States. Miami Beach has been one of Americas pre- eminent beach resorts for almost a century. The city was incorporated on 26 March 1915.
  • 18. Hollywood Hollywood is a district in Los Angeles, California, United States. Due to its fame and cultural identity as the historical center of movie studios and movie stars, the word "Hollywood" is often used as a metonym of cinema of the United States. It is a popular destination for nightlife and tourism and home to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Nightlife in Hollywood
  • 19. Fort Lauderdale Nick named as Venice of America because of its expansive and intricate canal system. The city is a major yachting center, with 42,000 resident yachts and 100 marinas and boatyards. Three forts named "Fort Lauderdale" were constructed which are named after Major William Lauderdale, who was the commander of the detachment of soldiers who built the first fort
  • 20. Orlando  The city is well known for the many tourist attractions in the area, in particular the nearby Walt Disney World Resort, which is located in Lake Buena Vista.  Other notable area attractions include SeaWorld and Universal Orlando Resort.  The Walt Disney World resort is the areas largest attraction with its many facets such as the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disneys Hollywood Studios, Disneys Animal Kingdom, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, and Downtown Disney.
  • 21. Disneyworld ,Orlando Walt Disney World Resort is the most visited and largest recreational resort in the world. It contains four theme parks; two water parks; twenty-three themed hotels; and numerous shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation venues.
  • 22. SeaWorld ,Orlando SeaWorld is a chain of marine mammal parks in the United States. One of the biggest attractions is the Shark Encounter, in which guests are carried through a submerged acrylic tube into the sharks tank. After the ride, the guests arrive at a simulated base station, where they can observe polar bears, Pacific walruses, and beluga whales.
  • 23. St.Petersburg The city is known as a vacation destination for North American and European vacationers. Fort De Soto Park is at the far southern tip of the city of St. Petersburg, Florida. This park, operated by Pinellas County, is made up from five offshore keys, or islands The St. Petersburg Pier is a popular tourist attraction. The Pier
  • 24. Canada FlagMap of Canada Coat of arms of Canada
  • 25. CanadaMotto-A Marie Usque Ad Mare (From sea to sea)Anthem- “O Canada”Royal Anthem- “God save the Queen”Capital – OttawaLargest city- TorontoOfficial languages- English and French
  • 26.  As a prosperous nation, Canada boasts a large domestic and foreign tourist industry. The second largest country in the world, Canadas incredible geographical variety is a significant tourist attracter. Canadas three cities, Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal are largest major metropolitan areas, well-known for their culture and diversity. Canadian historic sites across the nation are also important to the tourist industry.
  • 27. History First Nation and Inuit traditions maintain that indigenous people have resided on their lands since the beginning of time, while archaeological studies support a human presence in the northern Yukon from 26,500 years ago, and in southern Ontario from 9,500 years ago. Canada automatically entered World War I in 1914 with Britains declaration of war, sending volunteers to the Western Front, who later became part of the Canadian Corps. The Corps played a substantial role in the Battle of Vimy Ridge and other major battles of the war.
  • 28. Destinations in Canada British Columbia 1. Vancouver islands 2. Victoria 3. Rocky mountains 4. Vineyards of Okanagan 5. Sunshine coast 6. Fraser valley.Ontario 1. Toronto 2. CN Towers 3. HTO Park 4. Yonge-Dundas square 5. High park 6. Art Gallery
  • 29. British Columbia British Columbia is Canadas westernmost province, along the Pacific Ocean. The winters in the coastal areas are relatively warm compared to the rest of Canada. British Columbia (BC) is Canadas most mountainous province, boasting some of the most spectacular alpine scenery in the world. Grousa mountain cable car
  • 30. Vancouver islands•Vancouver island is a largeisland in British Columbia.•Vancouver, the largestCanadian metropolitan areawest of Toronto, is one ofCanadas most multi-cultural cities.•Being a harbor city,Vancouver enjoys beautifullandscapes of mountainsand ocean.
  • 31. Victoria Beacon Hill Park is the central citys main urban green space. Its area of 75 hectares adjacent to Victorias southern shore includes numerous playing fields, manicured gardens, exotic species of plants and animals such as wild peacocks, a petting zoo, and views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic mountain range. Victoria is a cruise ship port where cruise liners stop at Ogden Point terminal.
  • 32. Vineyards of Okanagan The region is known for its dry, sunny climate, arid landscapes and lakeshore communities and particular lifestyle. Agriculture has been focused primarily on fruit orchards, with a recent shift in focus to vineyards and wine.
  • 33. Sunshine Coast  While populous and frequently visited by tourists, it can be reached only by using a ferry or float/airplane; because of the steep, rugged terrain, no access roads have been built from the rest of the province.  It is generally considered to encompass the coastal areas of the regional district of Sunshine Coast.
  • 34. Fraser valley Fraser Valley is the section of the Fraser River basin in southwestern British Columbia downstream of the Fraser Canyon. It is also home to the Guru Sikh Temple, Canadas oldest Sikh temple.
  • 35. Ontario One of Canadas most populated provinces, Ontario is a prime tourist destination. Ottawa is the nations capital and features Parliament Hill among a wealth of cultural activities.
  • 36. Toronto Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. As Canadas economic capital, Toronto is considered a global city and is one of the top financial centres in the world.
  • 37. CN towers On September 12, 2007, after holding the record for tallest building 31 years, the CN Tower was surpassed in height by the still-under- construction Burj Dubai. It remains the tallest free-standing structure in the Americas. In 1995, the CN Tower was declared one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World
  • 38. Documents required for travel in eachcountryPassportVisaHealth regulations
  • 39. Canada Passport – required Visa – requiredHealth Regulations Compulsory Vaccinations – not essential. Recommended –Maybe referred for medical examination if deemed necessary.
  • 40. USA Passport – required Validity –valid for period intended to stay. Visa –requiredHealth regulations Compulsory vaccinations – not required
  • 41. Travel Insurance Travel insurance is insurance that is intended to cover medical expenses and financial (such as money invested in nonrefundable pre-payments) 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 more extensive, continuous insurance can be purchased from travel insurance companies, travel agents or directly from travel suppliers such as cruiselines or tour operators. However, travel insurance purchased from travel suppliers tends to be less inclusive than insurance offered by insurance companies. Travel insurance often offers coverage for a variety of travelers. Student travel, business travel, leisure travel, adventure travel, cruise travel, and international travel are all various options that can be insured.
  • 42. The most common risks that are covered by travel insurance are: Medical expenses Emergency evacuation/repatriation Trip cancellation/interruption Accidental death, injury or disablement benefit Overseas funeral expenses Curtailment Delayed departure Loss, theft or damage to personal possessions and money (including travel documents) Delayed baggage (and emergency replacement of essential items) Legal assistance Personal liability and rental car damage excessSome travel policies will also provide cover for additional costs, although these vary widely between providers.
  • 43.  AVML For Hindu vegetarians who do not eat eggs, fat, gelatin, milk, dairy products, seafood or root vegetables. Indian cuisine.
  • 44.  BBML For infants upto two years old. Excludes seeds, hard fruit/vegetables and confectionary.
  • 45.  CHML For children aged two to twelve years. Excludes foods which are hard to digest, such as nuts, seeds or anything rich, hard or well seasoned.
  • 46.  VGML Also known as a vegan meal It excludes meat, seafood, lard, gelatin, eggs, milk, dairy products and honey.
  • 47. UMNR-Unaccompanied Minor  A child between 2 to 12 years who is traveling alone is called Unaccompanied minor.  UNM gets special assistance from the cabin crew.
  • 48. WHCR-Wheelchair Pax A person who is ill or unable to walk properly and is on a wheel chair is called a wheelchair pax. They get special attention on their journey. These services are offered free of cost to passengers on special request
  • 49. Routings
  • 50. Client Iternery
  • 51. Day 1-2-New Delhi – U.S.A Dept from New Delhi Arrival at Miami at 0900hrs. Reach hotel at 1000hrs. Site seeing on Florida at 1100hrs. Reach hotel at 2000hrs.
  • 52. New York On the Ave Hotel [edit info] 2178 Broadway Avenue (Upper West Side) New York, NY 10024, United States 212-362-1100 www.ontheave.com Description:  On the Ave, New Yorks distinctive Upper West Side hotel, benefits from the cultural climate of its neighbors. Breathtaking views are enjoyed by all because one of the many special features that sets off ON THE AVE hotel is the guest-access balcony on the 16th Floor. Adirondeck chairs and special patio-scaping provide an exclusive retreat above the bustle of the city in this authentic neighborhood hotel. Sophisticated interiors with sumptuous linens, high-speed Internet, and extra amenities match.
  • 53. Day 3--New York Transfer to airport at 0400hrs. Flight to New York at 0600hrs. Reach New York at 0850hrs. Reach Hotel at 0930hrs. Site seeing at 1030hrs. Back to hotel at 1800hrs. Cab to Ontario, Canada in the evening.
  • 54. Day 4 Ontario Reach Ontario at 0800hrs. Reach hotel at 0830hrs. Site seeing at British Columbia. Reach hotel at 1700hrs.
  • 55. CanadaSheraton Ontario Airport Hotel [edit info]429 N Vineyard AveOntario, CA 91764, United States909-937-8000www.starwoodhotels.com Activities: Jacuzzi, Health club, Jogging, Hot tub, Pool (outdoor)Description: The Sheraton Ontario Airport Hotel is located in the heart of the Inland Empire Youll relax knowing that our professional and experienced staff is making sure your stay is memorable.. Youll find oversized work area desks with data port, two-line phones, voice mail, 27" televisions and a beautiful Club Level. Enjoy casual dining and delicious New American cuisine at its best.. An experienced catering staff is committed to exceeding all of your expectations. With our central location, elegant decor and high quality service, youll truly experience the best that Sheraton and the greater Ontario area have to offer.
  • 56. Day 5 -Ontario Site seeing on Ontario at 0800hrs. Reach hotel at 1200hrs. Transfer to airport at 1300hrs. Flight from Ontario to New Delhi at 1425hrs.
  • 57. Flight Ticket
  • 58.  Import and export regulations. Currency Import and export regulations.
  • 59.  Customs Rules All passengers travelling to Canada arriving at major airports must complete an E-311 Traveller Declaration Card prior to arrival in Canada. If limit of free allowance is exceeded, then payment of duties will apply. Import regulations:: NON-RESIDENTS: 1. 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or cigarillos, 200 tobacco sticks and 200 grams of manufactured tobacco ; 2. 40 oz. (1.14 litres) of liquor or wine or 24 x 12 oz. (355 ml.) bottles or cans (8.5 litres) of beer or ale ; 3. gifts up to a value of CAD 60.- (excluding tobacco products, alcoholic beverages and advertising matter) per recipient. Gifts for more persons allowed provided the value of each gift for each recipient does not exceed CAD 60.-.
  • 60. Customs For passengers over 18 years of age: 1).200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 1 lb. of tobacco; 2).1 US quart of spirits and 1 US quart of wine. 3).For any other articles than tobacco and alcohol a max. value of USD 100.- is permitted for free import.Pets cats and dogs from countries known or suspected to have rabies (incl. mainland Europe and most of South and Central America). Import regulations 2. 40 oz. (1.14 litres) of liquor or wine or 24 x 12 oz. (355 ml.) bottles or cans (8.5 litres) of beer or ale ;
  • 61. THANK YOU