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    • AIR TRAVEL INDUSTRY
    • FRANKFINN INSTITUTE OF AIR HOSTESS TRAINING Nasik Center A4 Batch Air Travel Industry Unit Title Mohit Mohan Koyande Learner Name Ms. Nirali Shah Assessor Name BTEC HNC in Aviation, Hospitality and Travel Management Course Title
    • Acknowledgement
      • I would like to express my gratitude to all those who gave me the possibility to complete this assignment. It includes:
      • Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training,
      • Centre Head,
      • Ms. Nirali Shah,
      • My Family,
      • And at last all those who directly or indirectly helped me for completion of my assignment.
    • TASK - I
    • Countries Suggested
      • Australia
      • New Zealand
      • Fiji
      • Singapore
    • AUSTRALIA
    • Australia – An Introduction
      • Official Name: Commonwealth of Australia
      • Capital: Canberra
      • Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)
      • 1 AUD = 34.9709 INR
      • National language: English
      • Time Zone: GMT +10:00
    • History of Australia
      • The first inhabitants of Australia were the Aborigines, who migrated there at least 40,000 years ago from Southeast Asia.
      • Dutch, Portuguese, and Spanish ships sighted Australia in the 17th century.
      • Dutch arrived in 1606, British arrived in 1688.
      • Six colonies were established - New South Wales (1786), Tasmania (1825), Western Australia (1829), South Australia (1836), Victoria (1851), and Queensland (1859).
      • Creation of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. In 1913, a new capital city was built at Canberra. Parliament House in Canberra opened in 1927.
      • The first commercial flight in Australia was in 1921 between Gerald ton and Derby in Western Australia.
      • Sydney Harbour Bridge opened in 1932.
      • During the Second World War Australia joined Britain in fighting Germany.
      • Australian economy boomed after 1945, in the 1950s and 1960s there was full employment.
      • Sydney Opera House, a symbol of modern Australia, opened in 1973.
      • Australia is a developed country, unemployment in Australia fell to about 4.4% in 2007.
      • As a sign of changing times in 2008 Quentin Bryce became the first woman Governor-General of Australia.
      History of Australia
    • Tourist Attractions in Australia
      • Cairns
      • Sydney
      • Melbourne
      • Gold Coast
    • Cairns – Great Barrier Reef
      • The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world.
    • It’s composed of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for 2,600 kilometers over an area of approximately 344,400 square kilometers. Cairns – Great Barrier Reef
    • Cairns – Kuranda Rainforest
      • Kuranda Rainforest includes around twelve hundred species of flowering plants, eight hundred of which are rainforest trees .
    • The town receives thousands of tourists each week who arrive on the Kuranda Scenic Railway from Cairns, the Skyrail gondola cableway, or by coach on the Kuranda Range road. Cairns – Kuranda Rainforest
    • Sydney – Showboat Cruise
      • The Sydney Showboats present the Showboat Dinner Cruise with enthralling live cabaret show.
    • The show's 10 segments re-create the exotic settings of Las Vegas, Brazil, Spain, Korea, Japan, India, Africa and France Sydney – Showboat Cruise
    • Sydney – Harbour Bridge
      • The Harbour Bridge is a steel arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney Central Business District (CBD) and the North Shore.
    • The bridge is locally nicknamed “The Coat Hanger” or “ Colin” because of its arch-based design. Sydney – Harbour Bridge
    • Sydney – Opera House The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, Australia.
    • It is one of the world's most distinctive 20th century buildings, and one of the most famous performing arts centers in the world. Sydney – Opera House
    • Sydney – Aquarium Sydney Aquarium is a public aquarium that contains a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 650 species.
    • Sydney – Blue Mountains The Blue Mountains is Sydney's greatest recreation area for people who prefer the bush to the sea.
    • Melbourne – Penguin Parade Every day at dusk Phillip Island hosts Australia’s most popular wildlife event – a parade of little penguins that emerge from the sea and make their way to their burrows in the sand dunes.
    • Melbourne – Great Ocean Road The Great Ocean Road is one of world's most scenic coastline roads. It stretches along the south-eastern coast between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool
    • Gold Coast - Dreamworld Dreamworld is currently Australia's largest theme park.
    • Dreamworld also features several restaurants and shopping outlets; area for kids, toddlers, infants; as well as many themed areas like Tiger Island, The Australian Wildlife Experience and Gold Rush Country. Gold Coast - Dreamworld
    • Gold Coast – Conrad Jupiters Conrad Jupiters is a casino and hotel complex in the suburb of Broadbeach on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.
    • NEW ZEALAND
    • New Zealand – An Introduction
      • Official Name: New Zealand
      • Capital: Wellington
      • Currency: New Zealand Dollars (NZD)
      • 1 NZD = 28.7190 INR
      • National language: English, Maori
      • Time Zone: GMT +12:00
    • History of New Zealand
      • Maoris were the first inhabitants of New Zealand, arriving on the islands in about 1000. Maori oral history maintains that the Maoris came to the island in seven canoes from other parts of Polynesia.
      • In 1642, New Zealand was explored by Abel Tasman, a Dutch navigator.
      • British captain James Cook made three voyages to the islands, beginning in 1769. Britain formally annexed the islands in 1840. The Treaty of Waitangi (Feb. 6, 1840) between the British and several Maori tribes promised to protect Maori land if the Maoris recognized British rule.
      • In 1865, the Capital and seat of government transferred from Auckland to Wellington.
    • History of New Zealand
      • New Zealand became the world's first country to give women the right to vote (1893).
      • The country remained an enthusiastic member of the British Empire, and many New Zealanders fought in World War I.
      • World War II saw the beginning of a mass Maori migration to the cities leading to better pay, standards of living and education for most Maori.
      • In 1907, New Zealand became an independent Dominion and a fully independent nation in 1947.
      • New Zealand today is an independent nation within the British Commonwealth. The British Monarch, although constitutional head of state, plays no active role in the administration of New Zealand's government.
    • Tourist Attractions in New Zealand
      • Auckland
      • Rotorua
      • Queenstown
      • Christchurch
      • Mount Eden is the name of a volcano and surrounding suburb in Auckland City .
      Auckland – Mt. Eden
    • The mountain is the highest natural point in the whole of Auckland Auckland – Mt. Eden
    • Auckland – Sky Tower
      • Auckland's Sky Tower is 328 meters tall and it is tallest man-made structure in New Zealand and offers breathtaking views for up to 80 kilometers in every direction.
    • Auckland – The Coromandel Coromandel is the name of a town and harbour on the western side of the Coromandel Peninsula.
    • It is renowned worldwide for its natural beauty - misty rainforests, pristine golden beaches. It is blessed with hundreds of natural hideaways, making it an ideal place to slow down, relax and unwind. Auckland – The Coromandel
    • Rotorua – Whakarewarewa Set amidst a landscape of erupting geothermal activity, hot thermal springs and hot bubbling mud pools is the Living Maori village of Whakarewarewa situated in Rotorua, the heart of the North Island.
    • Rotorua – Agrodome Farm The Agrodome is a unique must-do New Zealand experience located in Rotorua.
    • Agrodome’s sheep show and farm tour gives visitors an exclusive hands-on live experience of farming, and full interaction with our commercially farmed animals, such as sheep, goats, cattle, deer, alpacas, and ostriches. Rotorua – Agrodome Farm
    • Queenstown – Milford Sound Cruise Cruising the clear, still waters of the Fiord you’ll encounter magnificent sights such as the awe-inspiring Mitre Peak and Stirling Falls.
    • Milford Sound lies at the heart of the Fiordland National Park - a World Heritage area. Queenstown – Milford Sound Cruise
    • Queenstown – Fiordland National Park Fiordland National Park is the largest National Park in New Zealand and is administered and managed by the Department of Conservation.
    • Fiordland National Park occupies the southwest corner of the South Island of New Zealand. Queenstown – Fiordland National Park
    • Queenstown – Skyline Gondola Skyline Gondola is an all weather tourist attraction reputed to be the steepest lift in the Southern Hemisphere, the gondola carries visitors high above Queenstown to Bob's Peak.
    • It allows you to enjoy some spectacular views of Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu along with the peaks of the Remarkables, which form a striking backdrop to the entire landscape. Queenstown – Skyline Gondola
    • Christchurch – Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World, a public aquarium in New Zealand.
    • Akaroa Harbour is a coastal area where you can enjoy a breathtaking close encounter with friendly dolphins with the added bonus that you can often see orcas, whales, seals, penguins and albatrosses in the same location. Christchurch – Akaroa Harbour
    • FIJI
    • Fiji – An Introduction
      • Official Name: Republic of the Fiji Islands
      • Capital: Suva
      • Currency: Fiji Dollars (FJD)
      • 1 FJD = 28.5259 INR
      • National language: English, Fijian
      • Time Zone: GMT +12:00
    • History of Fiji
      • Fiji, which had been inhabited since the second millennium B.C., was explored by the Dutch and the British in the 17th and 18th centuries.
      • In 1874, an offer of cession by the Fijian chiefs was accepted, and Fiji was proclaimed a possession and dependency of the British Crown.
      • Fiji became independent on Oct. 10, 1970.
      • A new constitution, which took effect in July 1998, provided for a multiracial cabinet and raised the prospect of a coalition government.
      • Today, the country occupies an archipelago of about 322 islands, of which 106 are permanently inhabited, and 522 islets. The two major islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, account for 87% of the population.
      • Sri Siva Subramaniya temple
      • The Garden of the Sleeping Giant
      • Mamanuca Islands of Fiji
      Tourist Attractions in Fiji
    • Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple The Sri Siva Subramaniya temple is a Hindu temple in Nadi, Fiji. It is at the southern end of the main road through Nadi. It is the largest Hindu temple in the Southern hemisphere.
    • The Garden of the Sleeping Giant The Garden of the Sleeping Giant is nestled at the foothills of the Nausori Highlands just a few minutes north of Nadi, Fiji.
    • It displays over 2000 various kinds of orchids, which encompasses 20 hectares. The Garden of the Sleeping Giant
    • Mamanuca Islands The Mamanuca Islands of Fiji are a volcanic archipelago lying to the west of Nadi and to the south of the Yasawa Islands.
    • Mamanuca Islands of Fiji is swayed by palm trees, surrounded by white sand beached, set among deep blue waters with fringing coral reefs of turquoise and pastel green. Mamanuca Islands
    • SINGAPORE
    • Singapore – An Introduction
      • Official Name: Republic of Singapore
      • Capital: Singapore
      • Currency: Singapore Dollars (SGD)
      • 1 SGD = 33.3653 INR
      • National language: English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil
      • Time Zone: GMT +8:00
    • History of Singapore
      • Inhabitants of the Malaysian peninsula and the island of Singapore first migrated to the area between 2500 and 1500 B.C.
      • Singapore rose in importance during the 14th century under the rule of Srivijayan prince Parameswara and became an important port until it was destroyed by Portuguese raiders in 1613.
      • British and Dutch interest in the region grew with the spice trade, and the trading post of Singapore was founded in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles.
      • During the subsequent decades, Singapore grew to become an important port in the region.
      • The later opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 would further boost trade in Singapore.
      • Singapore was not much affected by World War I (1914–18), as the conflict did not spread to Southeast Asia.
    • History of Singapore
      • Singapore, renamed Syonan-to ("Light of the South Island" in Japanese), was occupied by the Japanese from 1942 to 1945.
      • The failure of Britain to defend Singapore had destroyed its credibility as infallible ruler in the eyes of Singaporeans.
      • The growth of nationalism led to self-government in 1959 and on 9 August 1965, Singapore became an independent republic.
      • By the 1990s, the country has become one of the world's most prosperous nations, with a highly-developed free market economy, strong international trading links, and the highest per capita gross domestic product in Asia outside of Japan.
    • Tourist Attractions in Singapore
      • Merlion Park
      • Sentosa Island
      • Night Safari
      • Jurong Bird Park
      • Orchard Road
    • Singapore – Merlion Park The Merlion is an imaginary creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish.
    • The fish body comes from Singapore's ancient name back when it was a fishing village- Temasek- meaning "sea town" in Javanese & the lion head represents Singapore's original name “ Singapura” meaning “lion city”. Singapore – Merlion Park
    • Singapore – Sentosa Island Sentosa , which means peace and tranquillity in Malay, is a popular island resort in Singapore, visited by some five million people a year.
    • Singapore – Night Safari The Night Safari is the world's first nocturnal zoo and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore.
    • Singapore – Jurong Bird Park The Jurong Bird Park is a tourist attraction in Singapore managed by Widlife Reserves Singapore. It is a landscaped park, built on the western slope of Jurong Hill.
    • Singapore – Orchard Road Orchard Road is a road in Singapore that is the retail and entertainment hub of the city-state.
    • TASK - 2
    • DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
    • Documents Required to Visit Australia
      • Passport valid for last 6 months.
      • Last 3 years Income Tax Papers.
      • Last 6 months bank statement.
      • Business letter head addressing consulate to grant necessary tourist visas.
      • Photocopy of financial papers like:
      • Property Papers
      • LIC Policy
      • Any investment like fixed deposits, NSC/IVP/KVP etc.
      • Share Certificates
      • 2 recent photographs of passport size with white background.
      • Air tickets and confirmed itinerary.
    • Documents Required to Visit New Zealand
      • Passport valid for last six months.
      • Last 3 years Income Tax Papers.
      • Last 6 months bank statement.
      • Business letter head addressing consulate to grant necessary tourist visas.
      • Photocopy of financial papers like:
      • Property Papers
      • LIC Policy
      • Any investment like fixed deposits, NSC/IVP/KVP etc.
      • Share Certificates
      • 2 recent photographs of passport size with white background.
      • Air tickets and confirmed itinerary.
      • Visas are on arrival.
      • Passport valid for 6 Months.
      • Confirm return Air Ticket.
      Documents Required to Visit Fiji
      • Passport valid for last 6 months.
      • Business letter head addressing consulate to grant necessary tourist visas.
      • 2 recent photographs of passport size with white background.
      • Air tickets and confirmed itinerary.
      Documents Required to Visit Singapore
    • IN – FLIGHT SERVICES
    • Meal Service Asian Vegetarian Meal (AVML) Indian Style Veg Meal. Meat, Poultry, Eggs avoided. Vegetarian Meal (VGML) Can be prepared in any style - Indian, Chinese, Continental etc. Meats, fish, poultry or eggs avoided.
    • Meal Service Low Calorie Meal (LCML) Child Meal (CHML) High Protein & fiber diet – Lentils, fresh fruits request fatty foods & veg, lean meat, fish & poultry. Bite-sized pieces of foods liked by children, as they are easy to eat, nutritionally balanced.
      • Convenience and Safety:
      • Hot and cold Towels, Pillows and Blankets, Reading Material
      • First Aid, Bassinets, In-flight Child Care.
      • Entertainment:
      • Movies, TV Programmes, Music, Games, In – Flight Communicator.
      In-flight Services Other Services & Assistance
    • ITINERARY
    • Justification of Itinerary
      • The Itinerary is designed keeping in mind the following points:
      • The Tour is Comfortable.
      • There is no Zigzagging or Back Tracking.
      • The Tour is free of any Troubles or Pain.
      • The Political Situations of the country you selected.
      • The Geographical and Climatic conditions of the country.
      • The Quickest mode of Transportation is selected to reduce the time of travel, so that, you spend more time at sight seeing.
      • Last but not the least, Price, we have provided you with the best price for such package.
    • Itinerary
      • Day 1
      • With lots of excitement we arrive at Sydney Airport for our holidays to Australia. We check - in the Hotel Hilton Sydney. In the afternoon we leave for Sydney Aquarium “Aquatic Wonderland of Sydney”, to see the aquatic life and a must see of daily feedings to the aquatic creatures. We leave for Sydney Showboats for a fun night out on Sydney Harbour, featuring live cabaret show, restaurant dining, Sydney Harbour views and entertainment. Overnight at the hotel.
      • Day 2
      • Today after breakfast we leave for the Blue Mountains , where you can see the giant staircase, the three sisters, Jenolan Caves, Katoomba Scenic Railway, Scenic Skyway etc.
      • Rest of the time free for leisure activities. Overnight at the hotel.
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    • Itinerary
      • Day 3
      • After breakfast, free for shopping, leisure activities. In the afternoon we leave for Opera House , a multi-venue performing arts centre, and Harbour Bridge , Australia's most well known and photographed landmarks. After that, in the evening we check out of Hotel Hilton Sydney and leave for Cairns . We check – in the hotel The Sebel Cairns. Rest of the time for leisure activities. Overnight at Hotel.
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      • Day 4
      • Today, after breakfast we leave for The Great Barrier Reef , where you can see world’s largest Coral reef. Here, you can witness reef systems, coral cays, and beautiful sun-soaked golden beaches.
      • Rest of the time of shopping and leisure activities. Overnight at Hotel.
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    • Itinerary
      • Day 5
      • Today after breakfast, we leave for Kuranda Rainforest , where you can enjoy beautiful natural scenery from Kuranda Railway. After you arrive there you will visit a bird park, butterfly sanctuary, a bat rehabilitation center, snake & venom park and koala sanctuary.
      • Rest of the time free for leisure activities and shopping. Overnight at the hotel.
      • Day 6
      • After the breakfast, we check out of the hotel and take a flight for Brisbane. Arrive Brisbane and drive to Gold Coast , about one and half hour drive, and check in the hotel - Gold Coast International Hotel.
      • In the evening, we visit Conrad Jupiters where you can take pleasure in various games like Blackjack, Big Six wheel, Caribbean Stud Poker etc. or enjoy shows at Jupiters Theatre.
      • Overnight at the Gold Coast International Hotel.
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      • Day 7
      • Today Dreamworld is on our list, so after the breakfast we leave for Dreamworld, where you can see Ocean Parade, Tiger Island, Rivertown, Wiggles' World, Australian Wildlife Experience, Dreamworld Studios, Dreamworld Railway.
      • Rest of the time free for leisure activities, surfer's Activities and shopping. Overnight at Hotel.
      • Day 8
      • Today after the breakfast, we check out of the Hotel, take a flight to our next destination, i.e., Melbourne . Check in Hotel Holiday Inn on Flinders - Melbourne.
      • In the evening we visit to Australia's most popular natural attraction, the Penguin Parade , where you can see many little penguins come home from the sea. The Little Penguins can almost be touched as they waddle to their burrows.
      • Rest of the time for leisure activities. Overnight at the Hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 9
      • Today after breakfast we will drive to the Great Ocean Road which is 160 miles of breathtaking scenery and without doubt one of Australia's most scenic coastal roads, where you can see ocean on one side and mountains on other side.
      • Overnight at the Hotel.
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      • Day 10
      • Today after breakfast, we check out of the hotel and leave for our next destination, an island country, New Zealand. Our first stop will be Auckland , the city of sails. After arriving, we check in Hyatt Regency Hotel. We leave for Coromandel where you can enjoy at misty rainforest, golden beaches and natural hideaways.
      • Overnight at the Hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 11
      • Today after our breakfast we leave for Mount Eden , which is the highest non-manmade point in Auckland. It provides good views in all directions over the city. After seeing the city from highest natural point, we move on to tallest man – made structure in New Zealand, the Sky Tower . It offers you breathtaking views for up to 80 kilometers in every direction.
      • Rest of the time free for leisure activities. Overnight at the Hotel.
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      • Day 12
      • After our breakfast, we check out of our hotel and leave for Rotorua . On our way to Rotorua, we halt at Whakarewarewa which is a geothermal area. At Whakarewarewa you can see a landscape of erupting geothermal activity, hot thermal springs and hot bubbling mud pools.
      • After reaching at Rotorua we check in Hotel - Heritage Rotorua. Rest of the time free for leisure activities. Overnight at hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 13
      • Today after the breakfast we leave for Agrodome Farm Tour and Sheep Show. In the farm tour you can experience the Authentic Working Farm Tour at the Agrodome. It is great fun, educational and very entertaining from start to finish. In sheep show you can see nineteen sheep breeds introduced onto the stage, the art of sheep shearing, Sheepdog demonstrations, cow milking, bottle feed lambs and an exciting sheep auction.
      • Rest of the time free for shopping and leisure. Overnight at the hotel.
      • Day 14
      • After having the breakfast, we check out of the hotel and leave for Queenstown . After getting there we check in Crowne Plaza Hotel.
      • In the evening we enjoy the Skyline Gondola which allows you to enjoy some spectacular views of Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu along with the peaks of the Remarkables, which form a striking backdrop to the entire landscape.
      • Overnight at hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 15
      • Today after the breakfast, we depart for Milford Sound Cruise in which you will find incredible sights and unforgettable sounds. You can also enjoy the breathtaking scenery with a full commentary on the natural history of the Sound.
      • Rest of time free for shopping and other activities. Overnight at the Hotel.
      • Day 16
      • We leave for Fiordland National Park , an extraordinary scenic beauty which has earned this region a reputation as a significant sightseeing and walking destination. You can have tracks and short walks, Mountaineering, Fishing and many more.
      • Rest of time free for adventure activities like Bungee Jumping, White water rafting, helicopter ride etc.
      • Overnight at the Hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 17
      • Today, after our breakfast we check out of the hotel and leave for Christ Church , the Garden City of New Zealand. After reaching there we check in Hotel – Heritage Christchurch.
      • In the evening, we leave for Akaroa Harbour , where you can enjoy a breathtaking close encounter with friendly dolphins with the added bonus that you can often see orcas, whales, seals, penguins and albatrosses in the same location.
      • Overnight at the Hotel.
      • Day 18
      • After our breakfast, today, we leave for Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World , where you can view the aquarium’s penguins, two species of Stingray and other smaller fish species like, kingfish, blue mao mao and “Phoebe” a 250 kilogram short tailed stingray with a two meter wingspan, the underwater world, and many other sea creatures.
      • In rest of time you can have a look at other major landmarks of Christchurch like, Cathedral Square, Hagley Park and Arts Centre etc. Overnight at the Hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 19
      • Today, after our breakfast we check out of hotel and take a flight to Nadi, Fiji . After arriving there we check in to the Hotel - Novotel Nadi. After some rest we depart for the Garden of the Sleeping Giant , where you can see 2000 various kinds of orchids, and Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple , which is the largest Hindu temple in the Southern hemisphere.
      • Overnight at the Hotel.
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      • Day 20
      • After our Breakfast we leave for Mamanuca Island , where you can enjoy seeing white sand beaches, deep blue waters with fringing coral reefs of turquoise and pastel green.
      • Rest of the time free for leisure activities. Overnight at the hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 21
      • Today after our breakfast, we check out of the Hotel and take a flight to Singapore . After arriving there we check in to the hotel - Sheraton Towers.
      • In the evening we leave for Night Safari which offers you unique experience of exploring wildlife in a tropical jungle at night. You can be able to view over 1,000 nocturnal animals of 100 species in vast naturalistic habitats.
      • Overnight at the Hotel.
      • Day 22
      • After our breakfast we leave for Jurong Bird Park , where you can see 8000 birds of 600 species, birds and buddies show, birds of prey show, African Wetlands, African Waterfall Aviary and flock of Caribbean Flamingoes.
      • In the evening, we visit to many landmarks of Singapore like, Merlion Park, Esplanade, Singapore flyer etc.
      • We also visit Orchard Road which is very famous for shopping.
      • Overnight at the Hotel.
      Itinerary
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      • Day 23
      • Today, after our breakfast, we leave for our last but not the least tourist attractions – Sentosa Island . After we reach there we check in Hotel - The Sentosa Resort and Spa.
      • In Sentosa Island, you can see Tiger Sky Tower, Butterfly Park, underwater world and dolphin Lagoon, Fort Siloso and of course, wonderful Beaches. Rest of the time for leisure activities.
      • Day 24
      • Today, our last day of Tour, after breakfast, day free for you to shop till you drop at Little India Market.
      • Depart for your flight back home with the lovely memories Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Singapore .
      Itinerary Cost per person in Twin Sharing Room Rs.2,40,000** Only
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      • Inclusions:  
      • Airfares with airport taxes.
      • Accomodation with breakfast as mentioned in the itinerary.
      • Visas.
      • Travel Insurance.
      • Sightseeing mentioned in the itinerary.
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      • Exclusions:
      • Meals unless specified.
      • Any personal expenses such as: - tips, laundry expense, shopping etc.
      • Anything not specifically mentioned in inclusions.
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      • ** Prices are subject to availability, subject to change at the time of booking.
      Itinerary
    • Flight Schedule
      • *Arrives 1 Day Later
      • Auckland to Rotorua & Queenstown to Christchurch – By Road
      21:50 Mumbai 19:10 Singapore Qantas Airways (QF) 19:50 Singapore 08:15 Nadi Qantas Airways (QF) 16:00 Nadi 09:30 Christchurch Air Pacific (FJ) 12:30 Queenstown 09:15 Rotorua Air New Zealand (NZ) 16:15 Auckland 10:50 Melbourne Qantas Airways (QF) 14:20 Melbourne 11:55 Brisbane Qantas Airways (QF) 15:00 Brisbane 12:55 Cairns Qantas Airways (QF) 22:45 Cairns 19:35 Sydney Qantas Airways (QF) 12:20* Sydney 19:35 Mumbai Qantas Airways (QF) Time (Hrs) City Time (Hrs) City Arrival Departure Airline
    • Ticket
    • IMPORT & EXPORT RESTRICTIONS
    • AUSTRALIA
    • General Import Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Import Restrictions
    • General Export Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Export Restrictions
    • NEW ZEALAND
    • New Zealand Import Prohibitions
      • New Zealand Import Prohibitions Goods that are prohibited absolutely include the following:
      • Advertising matter relating to any goods that are prohibited or restricted to New Zealand.
      • Goods describing or including the word "Anzac", or nearly resembling the word "Anzac" as to be likely deceived.
      • In addition to the goods prohibited by regulation and or law, the following items are prohibited for import to New Zealand:
      • Dangerous Goods as defined by International Air Transportation Association (IATA)
      • Popcorn
      • Whale bone
      • Ivory
      • Reptile Skins
      • Honey/Honeycombs/other bee products
      • Calm/Tortoise/Turtle Shells
      • Fresh Fruit
      • Stuffed Animals
      • Eggs/Egg Product
      • Straw
      • Flick Knives
      • Soil
      • Log and Timber products from Liberia
      • Proplis
      • Dry Ice
    • General Import Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Import Restrictions
    • New Zealand Export Prohibitions
      • The following is a list of categories of goods subject to export control.
      • Certain goods to certain
      • Primary Products (excluding minerals), animals and marine life. (Department of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries)
      • Minerals (including nuclear material). (Department of Industry, Science & Resources)
      • Meat, Dairy Products, Eggs, Animals, Fish, Grains, Vegetables and Fruit.
      • Publication (including Books, Films & Computer Software) depicting drug misuse or violence.
    • General Export Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Export Restrictions
    • FIJI
    • Fiji Import Prohibitions
      • Shipments with items of extraordinary value are prohibited if from Hong Kong
      • Log and timber products from Liberia
      • Toiletries, Hazardous
      • Tobacco Leaf
      • Radioactive
      • Poisons
      • Perfume, Hazardous
      • Paints, Hazardous
      • Oxidizers
      • Magnetized Materials
      • Liquor, Hazardous
      • Knives
      • Infectious Substance
      • Ice( Blue/Dry/Wet)
      • Graphite Products
      • Gases
      • Flammables
      • Dangerous Goods as defined by IATA
      • Cosmetics, Hazardous
      • Corrosives
      • Chemicals, Hazardous
      • Bio Products, Hazardous
      • Bearer Documents
      • Batteries, Hazardous
      • Acids
    • General Import Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Import Restrictions
    • General Export Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Export Restrictions
    • SINGAPORE
    • Import Prohibitions
      • General Prohibited Items
      • The following items are NOT allowed to be brought into Singapore:
      • Liquors and cigarettes marked with the words "SINGAPORE DUTY NOT PAID" on the labels, cartons or packets
      • Cigarettes with the prefix "E" printed on the packets
      • Chewing gum
      • Chewing tobacco and imitation tobacco products
      • Cigarette lighters of pistol or revolver shape
      • Controlled or psychotropic substances
      • Endangered species of wildlife and their by-products
      • Firecrackers
      • Obscene articles, publications, video tapes/discs and software
      • Reproduction of copyrighted publications, video tapes, video compact discs, laser discs, records or cassettes
      • Seditious and treasonable materials
    • General Import Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Import Restrictions
    • General Export Restrictions
      • The following items are not acceptable for carriage to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated. 
      • APO/FPO addresses.
      • Collect On Delivery shipments.
      • Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
      • Explosives
      • Firearms, weaponry, and their parts
      • Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control.
      • Live animals (including insects).
      • Plants and plant material, including cut flowers.
      • Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by local, state, provincial or national law.
      • Money
      • Collectible coins and stamps.
      • Hazardous waste.
      • Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
      • Shipments that require the shipping company to obtain any special license or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
      • Shipments whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
      • Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. 
      • Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
      • Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. 
      • Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
      • Wildlife products.
      General Export Restrictions
    • INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS & CONVENTIONS
    • INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION (IATA)
    • INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION (IATA)
      • The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is an international industry trade group of airlines headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. IATA was formed in April 1945, in Havana, Cuba. At its founding, IATA had 57 members from 31 nations, mostly in Europe and North America. Today it has over 240 members from more than 140 nations in every part of the world. IATA's mission is to represent, lead and serve the airline industry. IATA represents some 230 airlines comprising 93% of scheduled international air traffic.
    • Activities of IATA
      • For fare calculations IATA has divided the world in three regions, i.e., Traffic Conference 1, Traffic Conference 2, traffic Conference 3.
      • IATA assigns 3-letter IATA Airport Codes and 2-letter IATA airline designators, which are commonly used worldwide.
      • IATA administrates Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) and Cargo Accounts Settlement Systems (CASS) that serve as a facilitator of the sales, reporting and remittance of accredited travel and cargo agencies.
      • IATA regulates the shipping of dangerous goods and publishes the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations manual.
      • IATA maintains the Timatic database containing cross border passenger documentation requirements which is used by airlines as well as travel agents to provide this information to travelers at the time of booking.
    • Activities of IATA
      • IATA publishes standards for use in the airline industry.
      • IATA publishes the IATA Rates of Exchange (IROE) four times per year, used with the Neutral Unit of Construction (NUC) fare currency.
      • IATA Safety Operational Audit (IOSA) aims to serve as a standard and worldwide recognized certification of airlines' operational management.
      • IATA, to Simplify the Business, has set up five projects. These projects are Bar Coded Boarding Pass (BCBP), IATA e-freight, Common Use Self- Service (CUSS), Baggage Improvement Programme (BIP) and the Fast Travel Programme.
    • UNIVERSAL FEDERATION OF TRAVEL AGENT’S ASSOCIATION (UFTAA)
    • UNIVERSAL FEDERATION OF TRAVEL AGENT’S ASSOCIATION (UFTAA)
      • The United Federation of Travel Agents’ Associations (UFTAA) emanates from the Universal Federation of Travel Agents’ Associations created in Rome, Italy, on November 22nd, 1966. UFTAA was originally founded as a result of a merger of two large world organisations after recognising the need to unify travel agencies and tour-operators into one international federation. In 1989, coming from Brussels, UFTAA set up its General Secretariat in the Principality of Monaco. UFTAA’s mission is to be an international forum where matters affecting the world travel industry are addressed, representing and defending the interests of incoming and outgoing tour operators, travel and tourism agencies before the governmental bodies, suppliers and other entities of international scope. It also aims at strengthening its members’ image and enhance the world travel and tourism industry and a sustainable tourism.
      • To comply with its mission
      • To unite and consolidate the Federations of Travel Agents’ National Associations and to globally enhance the interests of their members.
      • To represent the travel agents’ activities before various world-wide bodies, governmental authorities and suppliers.
      • To work towards the adoption of measures that will ease travel for the consumer and to offer services to its member federations.
      • To be an investigation and information centre supporting the member Federations’ work and to offer information for technological development.
      • To offer, as a voluntary mechanism, an arbitration service which assists in solving conflicts resulting from commercial relations for which amicable settlement cannot be reached.
      • To organize a world congress of travel agents and other meetings necessary to the exchange and transmission of knowledge.
      Activities of UFTAA
    • PACIFIC AREA TRAVEL ASSOCIATION (PATA)
    • PACIFIC ASIA TRAVEL ASSOCIATION (PATA)
      • The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is a membership association acting as a catalyst for the responsible development of the Asia Pacific travel and tourism industry. PATA was founded in the year 1951 to stimulate interest in the Pacific region as vacationland, and to develop, promote, facilitate travel to the many pacific destinations. In partnership with PATA’s private and public sector members, it enhances the sustainable growth, value and quality of travel and tourism to, from and within the region.
    • Activities of PATA
      • Providing an instrument for close collaboration among the various territories, countries and commercial interests concerned.
      • Augmenting and assisting local promotional and development efforts of the members and encouraging sources of capital for tourist accommodation and recreational projects.
      • Providing a liaison between the travel and transportation industries and all members.
      • It provides up to date information on the field of tourism and the practical and theoretical experience in the field of tourism.
      • Carrying out advertising, promotional and publicity measures calculated to focus the attention of the travel industry and traveling public upon Pacific Asia as one of the world outstanding destination areas.
    • INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION (ICAO)
    • INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (ICAO)
      • The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), an specialized technical agency of United Nations (UN). it was established as a permanent body on April 4, 1947. Its headquarters are located in the Quartier International of Montreal, Canada. It codifies the principles and techniques of international air navigation and fosters the planning and development of international air transport to ensure safe and orderly growth.
    • Activities of ICAO
      • Ensure the Safety and Security to International Civil Aviation throughout the world.
      • Encourage the Arts of the Aircraft Design and operation for the peaceful purposes.
      • To minimize the adverse effect of global civil aviation on the environment.
      • Encourage the Development of the Railways, Airports and Navigation Facilities for ICAO.
      • Meets the needs of the people of the world for safety, regular, efficient, and economical air transport.
      • To strengthen the law governing the International Civil Aviation.
    • WARSAW CONVENTIONS
    • Warsaw Convention
      • Originally signed in 1929 in Warsaw (hence the name), it was amended in 1955 at The Hague and in 1975 in Montreal. United States courts have held that, at least for some purposes, the Warsaw Convention is a different instrument from the Warsaw Convention as Amended by the Hague Protocol.The Warsaw Convention is an international convention which regulates liability for international carriage of persons, luggage or goods performed by aircraft for reward.
    • Activities of Warsaw Convention
      • To mandate carriers to Issue Passenger Tickets;
      • To require carriers to Issue Baggage checks for Checked Luggage;
      • To create a limitation period of 2 years within which a claim must be brought; and
      • To limit a carrier's liability to at most:
        • 250,000 Francs or 16,600 Special Drawing Rights (SDR) for personal injury;
        • 17 SDR per kilogram for checked luggage and cargo,
        • 5,000 Francs or 332 SDR for the hand luggage of a traveller.
    • CHICAGO CONVENTIONS
    • Chicago Convention
      • The Convention on International Civil Aviation, also known as the Chicago Convention, established the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the United Nations charged with coordinating and regulating international air travel. The Convention establishes rules of airspace, aircraft registration and safety, and details the rights of the signatories in relation to air travel. The Convention also exempts air fuels from tax.
    • Activities of Chicago Convention
      • Chicago convention governs on subjects such as:
      • Flying over territory of contracting states (air services).
      • Customs.
      • Rules of the air spread of disease.
      • Nationality of aircraft.
      • Facilitation (Customs, accident investigation, etc.).
      • Documents (Recognition of certificates and licenses, etc.)
      • International Standards and Practices, including those for carriage of dangerous goods.
      • Statistics, Finance, Technical assistance etc.
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