While our experience in the travel and tourism industry assures you of an exceptional end-to-end holiday, do bear in mind that what we are genuinely attempting to achieve is a memorable sojourn that brings you closer to your travel companions and presents you with wonderful memories for life.
Sit back, enjoy and allow us to take care of the rest.
If you wish to book, the earlier the reservation is made, the better it is. As soon as you are certain of the travel dates, we advise you to go ahead and make your reservations especially if your travel dates are coinciding with peak holiday seasons and busy periods. It’s best advised to be book within 30 days or more in advance, in order for obtaining the lowest airfares.
Call: 044 2243 2412 or e-mail us at email@example.com with the following details.
- Full passenger name(s) as per your passport or Id issued by any government.
- Dates you wish to travel (let us know if you have any flexibility) and the duration of your stay.
- Contact number.
This depends. ‘Special offer prices’ require payment to be made at the time of booking while some other fares are payable a few days after the reservation is done.
As is known, fares/ offer prices can change quickly depending on variable factors, some of which are beyond our control. Therefore, its always best advised to double check the total booking amount before making final reservations.
Travel Tip – It’s always best to pay early. The ticket gets issued to you early and this way you avoid potential fare increases.
By Debit / Credit card (Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover and Dinners Club) – Note 2% transaction charges would be applicable and levied.
Through payment gateway link – Note 2% transaction charges would be applicable and levied.
Bank Transfer, Cheque payment
Name changes are not allowed under any circumstances. Once the ticket is issued the name cannot be changed.
For domestic flights, you will be required to produce government ID at the check in counter. For international flights, a valid passport and a visa are a must. We advise to always carry your passport with you when travelling to international destinations.
Valid travel documents are a must and depending on the destination, you may be asked to show passport, visa and transit visas – as the case may be. As such, it is necessary that travel documents must fulfil the countries and airline criteria’s.
It is your responsibility to check if you need a visa for your destination.
If you need to get in touch with us, contact our representatives for detailed information regarding visa or passport requirements, stating your booking number and details.
If you are not a citizen of that country you can not travel with a one way ticket. You need to have a round-trip ticket.
Yes. Most countries charge a departure tax at the airport on the day you are returning home and it has to be paid in cash.
The ticket has to be unused in order to change the destination. Depending on the type of ticket you have, you can change the destination and the travel date. Depending on the destination, tour dates can also be changed accordingly.
Unfortunately, senior citizens do not get concessions/ discounts anymore.
Yes, you can. We offer different company’s travel insurance such as Bharti AXA & Bajaj Allianz. The travel insurance policy’s cover usually begins on the date of the departure of your flight and expires as per policy expiry date (individual company plans may differ- check with your insurer for details).
We advise you to purchase travel insurance as it covers many comprehensive contingencies such as refund of money in case of cancellations or loss of baggage. It’s highly recommended (and sometimes a mandatory must) for international travellers.
When a reservation is cancelled the same day it was booked, funds for the Airline portion are not collected. Any pending charges would be charged. Remaining amounts are usually refunded within 3 – 7 business days, depending on individual customer banking institution procedures.
Validity refers to the amount of time before a travel document expires. Duration refers to the maximum stay in a country that is permitted on a visa. A Brazilian multiple entry visa may have a validity of five years, however, the maximum duration of stay at any one time is 90 days.
An Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is equivalent to a visa, but if there is no stamp or label in your passport, there is no need for you to visit a diplomatic office to submit an application. eTA is available for Indian Citizens for certain countries like Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, etc.
If you need to get in touch with us, contact our representatives for detailed information regarding this. We recommend you to check with our representative for more details regarding eTA, alternately you can email us at –firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. For most countries, a passport needs to be submitted with relevant documents, so the visa may be stamped on one of the blank visa pages.
In order to get a visa, most countries require that your passport be valid for at least 6 months after your return (completion of the trip) to India. If you are getting a multiple entry visa and your passport is set to expire soon, you might consider getting your passport renewed first, since most visas in your passport are no longer valid once your passport has expired.
Yes. Each traveller needs their own passport regardless of age. For children under 14, the child must appear in person at a passport acceptance facility, along with both parents or legal guardians. Both parent’s or legal guardian’s consent is required, and they must present current, valid ID.
You will have to apply for a name change amendment in your current passport under your new name.