United States of AMERICA
|Capital City:||Washington D.C|
|Continent, geographical location :||North AmericaUSA lies between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, bordered by Canada to the north and Mexico tothe south. The state of Alaska is in the northwest and the state of Hawaii is an archipelago in themid-Pacific.|
|Area :||9,826,630 sq km|
|Religion :||Protestant majority (52%) with Roman Catholic, Mormon, Jewish and many ethnic minorities|
|Currency :||Dollar (USD) – $|
|Time difference from India :||▪ East Coast is 10.30 hrs behind India. During daylight saving time (DST) behind by 9.30 hrs.▪ West Coast is 13.30 hrs behind India. During daylight saving time (DST) behind by 12.30 hrs.For 2012 DST begins on 11th March and ends on 4th Nov (DST varies every year).|
|ISD code :||+1 and phone number|
|Government :||Federal Republic since 1789▪ President : Barack Obama|
|Independence Day / National Day :||4th July is celebrated as Independence day, freedom from the Kingdom of Great Britain.|
|Public Holidays :||▪ 1 Jan New Year’s Day▪ 16 Jan Martin Luther King Day▪ 20 Feb Presidents’ Day▪ 4 July Independence Day▪ 3 Sept Labor Day▪ 8 Oct Columbus Day▪ 11 Nov Veterans’ Day▪ 22 Nov Thanksgiving Day▪ 25 Dec Christmas DayAdditional holidays may be observed regionally.|
|Known for :||Red Indians, Thomas Edison, Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, Elvis Presley, Apollo 11, Neil and Louis Armstrong, Ford Henry, Bill Gates – Chairman of Miscrosoft, Steve Jobs – Co-founder of Apple Inc, Walt Disney, Madonna, Marilyn Monroe, Mel Gibson, Oprah Winfrey – the famous talk show host, McDonald’s, KFC, Budwiser beer.|
|National Landmark :||Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, Golden Gate Bridge, The White House|
|National Airline with Code :||Delta Airlines (DL)|
|National Flower :||Rose|
|National Animal / Bird :||Bald Eagle|
|Main Trade :||Computers and electrical machinery, vehicles, chemical products, food and live animals and military equipment and aircraft.|
Custom Rules :
• Tobacco products : 200 cigarettes and 100 cigars.
• 1L of alcohol for persons of 21 years or older
• Other goods for personal use.
• USD 100 worth of dutiable items as a gift
• Non-residents are allowed up to $100 worth of merchandise. To claim this exemption, you must remain in the United States for at least 72 hours, and the gifts must accompany you. This $100 gift exemption can be claimed only once every six months. You may include 100 cigars within the gift exemption, but alcoholic beverages may not be included. Family members may not group their gift exemptions. If you’ve used your gift exemption and then return to the United States before the six-month period has ended, you may still bring in up to $200 worth of merchandise free of duty for your personal. Any of the following may be included in this $200 exemption:
• 50 cigarettes
• 100 cigars (non-Cuban)
• 150 ml of alcoholic beverages
• 150 ml of perfume containing alcohol, or equivalent amounts of each.
If you exceed any of these limitations, however, or if the total value of all dutiable articles exceeds $200, no exemption can be applied.
• Eat or any products thereof (dried, canned etc.)
• Narcotics and some medication containing prohibited substances
• Absinthe (unless thujone free)
• Plants , seeds , vegetables, fruits
• Soil, livestock or animal pests
• Biological (bacteria cultures, fungi specimens, viruses and others for research and etc. permissible only with APHIS permit)
• Unprepared fish and fish eggs
• Imports from embargoed countries (Iran, Cuba, Myanmar, Sudan) and leather souvenirs imported from Haiti (drums).
• Endangered wildlife species and products thereof (for example clothing and accessories)
• Cultural artefacts from Byzantine period, Pre-Columbian period, Khmer sculptures (unless with permission)
• Dog and cat fur
• Items infringing trade and copyright regulations
• Fully automatic weapons and semi-automatic weapons (see the restricted section).
• Articles infringing copyrights
• Traitorous material and material igniting agitation
• Hazardous articles like fireworks, uncertified toys, health hazardous substances.
• Pets – cats and dogs must be accompanied by:
• Health certificate, issued within 30 days at point of origin. The certificate must state that animals have lived in an area which has not been under quarantine due to contagious, infectious or transmissible disease;
• Rabies certificate issued within 6 months (if the animal is over 4 months old).
• Birds require a health certificate issued immediately prior to shipment. The certificate must state that the birds were found
free of psittcosis or ornithosis. For more detailed information please contact U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE.
• Seafood – please contact the U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
• Medication – all health related drugs need to be properly labelled (preferably in their original packaging) and the quantity should not excess the amount you would normally need for the duration of your stay. It is strongly advisable to accompany the drugs with prescription or written letter from your personal physician.
• Arms and ammunition (non-residents only): In order to import firearms, ammunition and implements of war an approved ATF Form 6-Part I). The ATF Form 6 should be submitted approximately 60 days prior to the intended importation. (Application and Permit for Importation of Firearms, Ammunition and Implements of War)”.
5N Orlando – 2N Miami – 2N Tampa
Welcome to Orlando. Orlando is the sixth largest city of Florida and is also known to be its largest inland city. The presence of Disney World theme park has made this city a well-known vacation spot. The city is said to welcome more than 52 million tourists every year. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel
Orlando – Walt Disney Magic Kingdom
Today you visit Magic Kingdom, which covers 107 acres, opened on October 1, 1971. It’s been dubbed “The Most Magical Place on Earth!” and is home to seven themed lands, and dozens of attractions that appeal to all ages. It is the place where storybook fantasy is everyday reality, and Disney classics are brought to life from the moment you step onto Main Street USA, you are transported to a place where the cares of the outside world seem to magically melt away. (B)
Orlando – Epcot Center
Begin your day at the Epcot center where you can touch the future and travel the world with an amazing array of attractions and live performances. This is an area of 260 acres devoted to past achievements and the future of technology. World showcase offers a kind of permanent World Fair, with pavilions devoted to eleven countries. (B)
Orlando – Sea World
Today you will visit the world’s largest Marine Park Sea World – Here you shall discover many attractions. We dare you to take a one-of-a kind water coaster thrill ride through the mysterious lost city of Atlantis. Soar through danger on a jet copter ride to the Wild Arctic. At Sea World, touch, feed or get face to face with awesome and amazing wild animals, and get in on all the action that draws you back again and again! (B)
Orlando – Kennedy Space Center
Today you will explore Kennedy Space Complex. You will go on the Discover KSC: Today & Tomorrow Tour. Here you will see the closest viewing location of the paces shuttle launch pads, the Shuttle Landing Facility, a panoramic view of all launch pads from the NASA Causeway & catch a glimpse of NASA’s gigantic Crawler Transporters. (B)
Orlando – Miami
Today you will fly/bus to Miami, Florida. Miami is one of the state’s most popular vacation spots. It is well known for its beaches including South Beach, trendy nightlife, the Art Deco district, Calle Ocho & Little Havana. You will check into your hotel & have the rest of the afternoon at your leisure. Enjoy the beach or just relax before enjoying a wonderful meal at Restaurant. (B)
Miami City tour with Biscayne Bay Cruise
Today you will go on a City Tour of Miami, you will see many sights. You will see Central Station/Bayfront Park, Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road, Collins Avenue & 24th, Design District, Midtown Miami, Coconut Grove, Little Havana and much more. You will also enjoy going on the Biscayne Bay by Boat Tour, you will cruise along Miami’s Biscayne Bay. (B)
Miami – Tampa
Today you will transfer by bus to Tampa. Tampa is known for its theme parks, amazing beaches, premier Sports facilities, art & culture, night life & golf courses. Glistening waterways wrap around the region’s miles of coastline, providing scenic lookouts and passageways for dolphins, manatees and other aquatic creatures. (B)
Tampa Busch Garden
Today you will visit the most famous Busch Garden in Tampa. Busch Gardens in Tampa is the ultimate family adventure park, featuring an unparalleled combination of animal encounters, live entertainment and world-class thrill rides. (B)
Tampa – Home Town
After breakfast, you will transfer from Tampa to Orlando where you will head to the airport to board your flight for Home Town (B)
Price / Inclusion
|PRICE FROM||USD STANDARD||USD DELUXE|
|Adult (Sharing 2)||$ 1790||$ 2195|
|Triple / Child with Bed||$ 1690||$ 2099|
|Infants 0-23 Months||$ 1280||$ 1360|
|Single Traveller||$ 2295||$ 3053|
|Quad (4 Sharing)||$ 1595||$ 2002|
|CITY NAME||HOTEL NAME||HOTEL NAME|
|Orlando||Hotel Hampton Inn/ Ramada / Comfort Inn or Similar||Hotel Crown Plaza / Embassy Suites / Springhill Suites or Similar|
|Miami||Hotel Holiday Inn / Howard Johnson or similar||Sheraton MIA / Embassy Suites / Doubletree or Similar|
|Tampa||Hotel Hampton Inn / Ramada or Similar||Hotel Doubletree / Embassy Suites / Hyatt Place or Similar|
- 09 Nights Hotel Accommodations with Breakfast.
- Airport- Hotel-Airport Transfers on SIC basic.
- City Tour: Miami, Tampa
- Entrance Tickets with transfers : Sea World, Epcot Center, Magic Kingdom, Kennedy Space Center, Biscayne Miami Cruise
- All Taxes
- Return economy class airfare. Internal Airfare & airport taxes
- Visa and Insurances charges. Any other meals other than specified above
- Porterage at hotels and Airports.
- Any other sightseeing other than mentioned above.
- Any Entrance fees other than mentioned in inclusions.
- Any item of personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls etc
- 1USD = 58.
- All rates are based on minimum 2Pax traveling together at all tours.
- Surcharges apply for any trade fair/special event/weekend in LAS or any other event in city.
- Child age 2-9 years.
- Above 9 years is considered as an adult.
- All rates and availability are subject to change at the time of booking.
- Hotel Check in 4pm & Check out 11am, Breakfast time: 6:30 Am to 9:30 Am
- Early check in and late check-out subject to availability.
- Breakfast As provided by Hotel, Dinner Indian / International (Set Menu at Restaurant or Delivery at Hotel if the hotel is away from Restaurant). Dinners are pre-arranged and will not be change or refunded for missing any meals.
- Dinner provided will be a 3 course meal (1 appetizer, 1 Entrée, 1 Dessert).
- Any Additional menu must be paid by clients
- Transfer & Sightseeing’s SIC basis
- Some events are seasonal like Maid of the Mist, Cave of the Winds, Beast ride, Yosemite Park, Lake Tahoe etc. (Will be closed for winter)
- We reserve the right to use alternative accommodation, sightseeing tours and transfer of equal or higher standers.
- No refunds either in part or full will be made for any unused services in above package like ground transportation, meals, accommodation, sightseeing tours.
- The passport should be valid for at least 6 months from the date of departure.
- We are not holding any air seats and hotel bookings at this point of time
- Confirmation of Hotels and other services is subject to availability.
- We are not responsible for any missed breakfast due to flight timings.
- No Intercity surface transfers are included unless specified in the package.
- We are not responsible for any baggage charges by any airlines for the clients.
- Payment for the tour must be made as per the invoice & payment terms & condition
Itinerary : FASCINATING FLORIDA 10 Days