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  1. 1. “One Stop Adventure Shop”.There are mainly two segments for adventure tourism.Inbound and Domestic.Adventure tourism is rapidly growing in popularity as atourist seeks different kinds of vacations.The Ministry is working with the Indian MountaineeringFederation and Adventure Tour Operators Association ofIndia to explore positioning India as an AdventureDestination.
  2. 2. We Love Adventure in our life.“Adventure and Exploration is fun.Fun means motivation and aspiration.The prospect of it gets you out of bed in themorning. When you are having fun, you canlearn, you can improve.Even more so when you are challenged aswell."
  3. 3. Establishment – 1st July, 2013Accreditation – ATOAI (Adventure Tour OperatorsAssociation of India)Tie Ups –– IRCTC– www.bznssol.com– Leisure Lanes (Mumbai)– Nirvana Adventure (Mumbai)– Delta Adventure (Mumbai)– Jumping Highlights (Rishikesh, Uttarakhand)
  4. 4. “Bigger World For Every Youth.”To be a responsible and creative leader in the IndianTourism Industry.Designing and operating innovative, sustainabletreks and tours that resoundingly demonstrate thepositive impacts of ethical best practice.
  5. 5. To Brand Ourselves As Providers Of TheUltimate Adventure Travel PlanningExperience While Becoming A OneStop Shop For Every Adventure TravelService Available In The Industry.
  6. 6. Effective segmentation and targeting of Adventure travelerswithin the larger travel market.Successfully position ourselves as Adventure TravelSpecialist.Provide top quality consultancy services which maximiseclient„s online booking and travel experience.Conduct our business according to the highest level of Ethics.To ensure that our clients get the best value, quality andsatisfaction from using our services.To continue to train ourselves and our travel advisor so that theservice we give will be more and more intellectually performed.To be the most efficient in everything that we do.“Our clients Happiness is our Genuine Concern.”
  7. 7. Shop no. 2 ,Swarajya co op hos soc ,Senapati Bapat Marg,Dadar (w) ,Mumbai - 400 028( Near Meenatai Thakre Phool Bazar)&(Near Elphiston & Parel Railway Station )
  8. 8. Phone: 022-25781824Email: venturesome2013@gmail.comWebsite:http: //venturesometours.webs.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/VenturesomeTours/442402585849064?hc_location=streamTwitter: https://twitter.com/venturesome2013
  9. 9. DesignationAdministration HeadFinanceHeadMarketingHeadLegal Head Office BoyRahulGaikwadMohitNaregalkarArundhatiChavanPrathameshChavan1Sales & OperationsForOfficeWork
  10. 10. ADVENTUREPACKAGESADVENTUREACTIVITIESPASSPORTBOOKINGCUSTOMISEDPACKAGESCONSULTATION
  11. 11. Youth15 - 25Family12 - 40Employees22 - 50BPO18 - 35Children
  12. 12. LANSKY
  13. 13. SR NO PACKAGE NAMENIGHTS &DAYSCODE1 Wonders Of North 7N 8D VSA12 Royal Adventure Of Rajasthan 5N 6D VSA23 Pilgrimenture of Rishikesh 4N 5D VSA34 Adventure Next Door 2N 3D VSW1
  14. 14. Day 1Board in the Train to AgraDay 2Arrival at NEW DELHI - Transfer to Hotel at Agra - Restof the day for RelaxationDay 3Agra city tour (Taj Mahal) – Lunch – rest of the city tour -Free time for Shopping - Dinner at HotelDay 4Depart for Manali - Enroute lunch - Arrival at Manali –Day at Leisure – Dinner
  15. 15. Day 5Depart for Rohtang Pass – enjoy Skiing in Snow - Lunch atSite -Evening free for Shopping – DinnerDay 6Depart for Paragliding at Solang Valley - Hadimba Templeand Ghatothkach Temple – Lunch – River Rafting in BeasRiver – DinnerDay 7Free Hrs. – Brunch - Depart for Delhi – DinnerDay 8Arrive at Delhi – Depart for Mumbai
  16. 16. Particulars Amount ( In Rs )Package Cost 15,980(Add) Margin (12%) 1,920(Add) GST – [12.36%] 2220Total Cost 20,120**In terms of any changes in extra payment or taxes customer is liable topay that .
  17. 17. Day 1 :Depart from MumbaiDay 2:Arrival at SAWAI MADHOPUR –Hotel – Lunch at hotel – Day atLiesure relaxation – DinnerDay 3:Visit to Ranthambore National Park – Game drive at Park – Lunch– depart for Jaipur – Eve arrival At Jaipur l- Rest Day at leisure –DinnerDay 4:Breakfast – Start city tour of pink city – Visit Hawa Mahal, Amerfort, Jaigarh fort, City palace – Lunch – rest of the city sightseeing –Dinner.
  18. 18. Day 5:Breakfast - enroute to Hot Air Balloon Ride (60 minutesRide) –Lunch at hotel.• Depart to Jaisalmer – Evening check in at tented camps– evening camel ride – back to the tent –folk dance withbonfire – dinner – overnight in tent.Day 6:Morning breakfast – depart for Mumbai.
  19. 19. Particulars Amount ( In Rs )Package Cost 21,600(Add)Margin (12%) 2600(Add)GST – [12.36%] 3000Total Cost 27,200**In terms of any changes in extra payment or taxes customer is liable topay that .
  20. 20. Day 1Mumbai to Dehradun by Air - Depart to Rishikesh. - Arrival atRishikesh. – move to camps – Visit to Rishikesh Temple, LaxmanZula - DinnerDay 2Breakfast - Trekking (4kms both side) to Neergarh Waterfall (2.5Hrs) - Lunch Buffet - Veg Meals - Rock Climbing / Rappelling- Bonfire with Evening Snacks - Dinner Buffet - Veg and 1 Non VegMeals - Night Stay at Canvas made Tents (Twin/Tripple Sharing)
  21. 21. Day 3Breakfast - Rafting 16 Kms (3.5 Hrs), Body Surfing and CliffJumping - Lunch Buffet - Evening Snacks with Bonfire (DuringSunset) - Dinner Buffet.Day 4Breakfast – transfer to the Bungee Jumping Spot – back to camp inthe evening – depart for Mumbai by train.[Thrilogy Combo (Bungee + Swing + Flying Fox)]
  22. 22. Particulars Amount ( In Rs )Package Cost 17,900(Add)Margin (12%) 2,150(Add)GST- [12.36%] 2,500Total Cost 22,500**In terms of any changes in extra payment or taxes customer is liable topay that .
  23. 23. Day 1 :Early morning depart from Mumbai by private transfer –(3 hrs) Reach at Kundalika river Cottages (or Kundlikaempower Camps).• Check-in to the rooms – lunch and relax – activities atkundalika cottage – Kayaking– eve free time - nighttrekking or similar activities are included – dinner andbonfire.
  24. 24. Day 2 :Breakfast- proceed towards Rafting start point (25mints drive) fromkundalika cottage – Proceed to kolad adventure center - rafting endpoint – lunch n relax - back Camps – eve. free – dinner with bonfire.Day 3 :Breakfast – waterfall walk (25 minutes one way) and mountainbiking – lunch and relax – depart for Mumbai
  25. 25. Particulars Amount ( In Rs )Package Cost (All inclusive Taxes) 3,750(Add)Margin (12%) 450(Add)GST – [12.36% on Margin] 55Total Cost 4,255**In terms of any changes in extra payment or taxes customer is liable topay that .
  26. 26. Every day Breakfast, Lunch and DinnerSightseeingTransfersAdventure activities3 tier train tickets or Flight ticketsAccommodation at Tents & 3*HotelsServices of Tour Manger (OurRepresentative)
  27. 27. Sr. No. Days Amount Back1 30 Days Before 60 %2 15 Days Before 50%3 Less than 7 Days No Refund(*In terms of any changes in extra payment or taxes customer is liable topay that)
  28. 28. Experiencing Water, Land & Sky (Air) in One Tourwith unforgettable memories.One Stop Adventure Shop.Prompt Service with Best Quality.Customized services100% Customer Satisfaction.Every Tour – Representative –Smooth Functioning ofTour
  29. 29. Arundhati25%Mohit25%Rahul25%Prathmesh25%SrnoName of theinvestorsRs. ( InLacks )1 Arundhati 2.52 Mohit 2.53 Rahul 2.54 Prathamesh 2.5Total 10
  30. 30. Investment Amount (Rs) Expenses Amount (Rs)Capital(250000 X 4)10,00,000 Printer & cartridge 9,000Mobile Expenses 17,000Landline Expenses 27,000Internet Expenses 9,000Shop Deposit + Rent(1year)2,37,600Website Expenses 50,000Marketing Expenses 4,50,000Overheads 1,00,000Bank Balance 50,400Total 10,00,000 Total 10,00,000
  31. 31. Sr .No.Particulars Amount (in Rs.)1 Website 50,0002 News Paper (Classifieds) 2,30,0003 Brochures 1,20,0004 Flyers and Posters 1,00,0005 Mobile Marketing 50006 Email Blasters 50007 Other 10,000Total 5,00,000
  32. 32. ATL BTLNews Paper (Classifieds) Direct SellingBrochures Personal SellingFlyersPaper Inserts Mobile MarketingDistribution Social Media MarketingPosters Email BlasterC2C & B2B
  33. 33. Newspaper Frequency Size Rate CostMumbaiMirrorOnce in2months(6 Times in aYear)10 sq.cm Rs 11,000 Rs 66,000Mid DayOnce in 2Months(6 Times in aYear)10 sq.cmRs 10,700approx.Rs 64,000MaharashtraTimesOnce amonth (10Times in aYear)10 sq.cm Rs 10,000 Rs 1,00,000
  34. 34. PersonalSellingOR DirectSellingMeeting HR ofthe CompaniesOffersaccording toLeisureAllowanceMeetingGroups likeRotary Club,same as YouthGroups MeetingSchools andColleges forToursC2CMARKETING
  35. 35. FRIEND 1 OR 2 3 OR 4 5 OR 6CostProductRs 1000 Rs 1000Rs3000Rs 3000 Rs 5000Rs5000Adventure 1 Elephant RideORCamel RideJeep SafariStay at RoyalDesert CampRajasthanAdventure 2 1 Entryin Disco-theques2 EntryinDisco-thequesRiverCrossingParaGlidingLeisure StayDelhi - ManaliAdventure 318 km Increase inRiver RaftingFlying Fox Luxury CampsRishikesh
  36. 36. Budget 90,000 INR 70,000 INR 10,000 INR(1 Year)NoInvestmentProduct News PaperClassifiedsFlyers (Distribution& Paper Inserts)and PostersMobileMarketing &Email BlasterC2CMarketingAllocation Mumbai DadarChurchgateBandraMatungaGhatkoparDadarChurchgateBandraMatungaGhatkoparFriendsReach 1,00,000 orMore50, 000 or More 6,000 or More 15 to 20Leads 500 400 People - 100Sales 50 50 People - 20Profit 1,11,000approx.1,11,000 approx. Awareness 44,500 INR
  37. 37. Quarters Marketing Amount (In Rs)2nd News Paper Advertisement 57,500(OCT-NOV-DEC)Flyers (Paper Inserts) &Posters45,000Others (Brochures, BTL) 10,0003rd News Paper Advertisement 57,500(JAN-FEB-MAR)Flyers (Paper Inserts) &Posters45,000Others (Brochures, BTL) 10,0004TH News Paper Advertisement 25,000(APR-MAY-JUN)Flyers (Paper Inserts) &Posters15,000Others (Brochures, BTL) 5,000All Quarters Total 4,40,000
  38. 38. Particulars Amount ( In Rs)Estimated Sales (Packages) 420Average Package Cost 18,520Margin on the Packages (12%) 2,300- Profit on the packages 9,66,000- Passport Income (Approx.)5000*12 60,000- Income from Consultancy(Approx.) 2000*12 24,000Gross profit 10,50,000(-) Tax 30% 3,15,000Net profit after tax 6,85,000
  39. 39. ConsultationCustomizedPackagesAdventurePackages
  40. 40. Day 1• EnquiryAfter 3 Hours• Call back• AppointmentDay 2• Consultation attheir Place• Charges per hourDay 3Decision(Yes or No)Day 4If Yes(Proceed TowardsRequirements)Day 5 & 6Quotation fromSuppliers(Tickets, Hotels,Activities etc.)Day 7SendingQuotation toCustomerDay 8Decision(Yes or No)Day 9Booking(Tickets, Hotel,Show etc.)
  41. 41. Day 1• Enquiry (On Phone orWebsite or at Agencyor Facebook)After 2 Hours• According to customer- Packages withItinerary & QuotationDay 2• Call to Customer• ( If they do not revertto us )Day 3Decision (Depends onCustomer)• (Yes or No)Day 4Advance Payment (MinRs 2500)Day 5 & 6If yes• Booking (Tickets,Hotels, Activities,transfer etc.)Day 7Sending all details to thecustomerDay 8Full Payment fromCustomerDay 9• Handover all to thecustomer• Proceed towards tour
  42. 42. Strengths• Unique Idea (WLS)• Budgeted Packages (Allinclusions)• Specific Target Market• Gaining Popularity of AdventureSports in IndiaWeaknesses• Limited target Market• Limited Packages• Competition• UnawarenessOpportunities• Upcoming Types of AdventureSports• Large No. of youth Population inIndia• Pioneer of Concept of WLSConceptThreats• Rules & Restriction of Adventureactivities• Personal Interest (Phobia)• Adventure Risks• Activities banned like Sky Divingwith Air Suite
  43. 43. Our company is formed under partnership act 1932.Each one have contributed equal share capital.All the profits and losses are shared equvallyEveryone is active partner in company.
  44. 44. The ATOAI of India is an association of Adventure Tour Operators from all overIndia and activities of our members include Trekking,Mountaineering, Rafting andother related water sports,Camel / Jeep / Horse Safari, Bike Tours,Sailing,Ballooning, Handgliding and other Aero Sports,Skiing, Wildlife Safari, Fishing,Scuba Diving,Tribal Tours and Heli Skiing.The Aims and Objectives of the Association are as follows:1) To take all steps which may be necessary for promomting, encouraging andassisting in the development of Adventure Tourism throughout the country and totake initiative to secure the welfare of the Adventure Tourism Trade.2) To Conduct, seminars, group discussions, course of studies, cultural meetings,to promote adventure tourism in India.3) To encourage and promote interaction within the adventure tour operatorsfraternity and with other travel agents on all subjects involving their common goodand benefit.4) To set up and maintain high ethical values in the adventure travel / eco tourismindustry.
  45. 45. • Bank Current Account Holding Certificate, from the Bank in which AgencyName current account is held and is being operated for business. OriginalCertificate on prescribed format OR on Banks Official Printed Letter Head withproperly signed & rubber stamped or sealed by Manager or Concerned Officer.Bankers Confidential Report Applications / Request Letters draft ( SampleLetter ) is enclosed in this e-mail for reference. ( Original Report / Letter isrequired and no xerox copy shall be accepted as per RBI rules )• Demand Draft / Bankers Cheque, should be payable at Par and at Mumbai,Maharashtra, Personal Company Cheque signed by Proprietor, Partner,Director, Company Authorised Signatory with relevant Company rubber stampendorsement, payable at par, at Mumbai, Maharashtra. ( Any type of PaymentDraft / Cheque bounced or returned to us, shall levy charges of Rs. 500/- )• Draft / Cheque should be crossed Payees A/C, in favour of “VenturesomeTours”
  46. 46. Railways are the most common means of long distance travel in India and the country also isknown to have the 4th largest railway network in the world. Managed by the Ministry ofRailways of the Government of India, the trains cover the length and breadth of India.Transporting over 6 billion passengers and over 350 million tonnes of freight annually, therailway system in India is also one of the largest commercial services employing more than 1.6million people.Indian Railways offers diverse options of train like the 5 star luxury trains, special trains for hillyroutes, superfast Rajdhani trains, Duronto express and the regular passenger trains. SpecialIndrail passes are also available for the foreign tourists, wherein they can enjoy unlimited travelin India for a specific period of time. Discounts are also available for senior citizens (above 60years of age).Train Booking in India• IRCTC:This is the official train ticket booking website of Indian Railways (www.irctc.co.in). Booking ispermitted 90 days prior to travelling. Travellers can easily book their through the use of debit /credit cards and online bank account.• Reservation Against Cancellation (RAC) TicketsRAC is a very unique system followed by the Indian railways wherein travellers can availreserved accommodation. As per this facility, every coach has been allotted around 15 ticketsreserved only for RAC listed passengers. This system of booking tickets guarantees a seat butno berths for sleeping. Therefore, this status allows the traveller to get into a coach and occupya seat. In case a ticket is cancelled, the RAC ticket stands a better chance to gain the status ofa confirmed ticket.
  47. 47. Waitlist (WL) TicketsWhen all the RAC tickets are booked, the passenger is allotted a wait list ticket. In thisstatus, the traveller has to wait for the cancellations. As long as there arecancellations, your WL status slowly improves to RAC status and then to a reservedstatus with berth & seat. Passengers with wait listed tickets are not allowed to travel inthe reserved coaches. However, one can sit on the unreserved coach of the train. Waitlisted tickets stand a chance of getting only till the time the railway passenger chart isprepared.Accommodation ClassesIndian Railways has many class of travel that the traveller can choose from - AC FirstClass (1A), AC 2nd Class (2A), AC 3rd Class (3A), AC three tier (Economy) (3E),Sleeper Class (SL), AC Chair Car (CC), Seater Class (2S) and Unreserved Class(UR). For details, referTatkal SchemeThe Indian Railways Department also offers a Tatkal scheme for the travellers. Underthis scheme, travellers can book tickets for their respective desired destination justone day before the date of travel. This scheme is very beneficial to those who aretravelling in emergency or those who were unable to book a ticket due to nonavailability.The Tatkal counter opens at 8 am one day before the date of departure. However, thefacility of name change and refund on cancellation is not permitted under this scheme.
  48. 48. :- (package and handling luggage)Carried a 15 kg limit on personal luggageKitbag carriedDiet on the mountain can be critical and should be carefullycontrol and monitored. A liquid and carbohydrate content isessential with fresh ingredients wherever possible.:-You must keep your proof of insurance on your person all timeAltitude sickness and Acclimatisation :-The breefing will contain a detailed section on altitudesickness and other medical issue.In a day 1000 meter you climb and each 300 meters you cantake a rest.
  49. 49. Never go aloneKnow your physical limitation and capabilitiesas a swimmerCheck out local water regulationWear comfortable life vest and helmet.Wear a proper fitting water shoesFrequently check the equipment.Don‟t raft in a dark.Drink plenty of liquid before,during and afterrafting.
  50. 50. Ensure that the operator has maintained the jeep in goodcondition.Check if the operator has all the relevant permits andlicences.Make sure the operator assigns a responsibledriver/guide.Don‟t forget to carry plenty of drinking water.
  51. 51. We plan to achieve our Break Even Point by the endof 2014We plan to Spread our travel agency Pan India.Provide our customers with all the adventureactivities in India ensuring quality & SafetyStandards.We plan to spread our wings over the entire world inthe near Future.Tie ups with Tourism Boards such as IncredibleIndia, MTDC, RTDC etc.

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