Only Indian Tour covering Six nights
in depth extensive stay in one of the most beautiful Country: Switzerland &
1 Night in Munich.
entire tour from door to door by luxury vehicle, no need to stand for train
train changes, train to bus or bus to train transfers with baggage in rain or
snow or sun shine, saving of lots of travel time every day, most convenient
especially for families with children and baggage.
all beautiful towns, cities and places of Swiss: Glacier 3000,Bern,
Zurich, & Lucerne, Interlaken, Rhine
2 cable cars to Mt. Titlis with world’s first rotating gondola.
Visit Bern – Capital of Switzerland. Enjoy the
old town, flag-street, Bear Pit, Swiss National Bank, Federation Palace and
enjoy the shopping whatever is the weather.
Cailler Chocolate Factory
city of Zurich – located in the heart of Europe.
city tour includes St. Peters Church, Lake Zurich, etc.
Interlaken – Center for numerous adventure activities.
Mt. Jungfrau (Optional)
trip to Rhine Falls, Spectacular Falling water(Europe’s Widest waterfalls)
to Lake Lucerne – the gateway to central Switzerland. Enjoy Chapel Bridge, Lion
Monument, Lake Lucerne, Transport museum, Boat ride on Lake Lucerne.
Assemble at the nearest International Airport and board flight for
Munich. Munich is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The
city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, Arrive
and Proceed to BMW Museum, Later in
the Evening Check in Hotel, overnight at Hotel. (One Time pick up time for all
passengers from Munich Airport will be @ 1900 Hours). (Meals: Dinner)
Depart for Rhine Falls, a cascading waterfall separating Germany
& Swiss, Later we proceed to orientation tour of Zurich including St. Peter’s Church with Europe’s largest
clock face and Lake Zürich (photo opportunity). Also visit the world-famous
Bahnhofstrasse for shopping. Later return back to Hotel, overnight at Obwalden.
(Meals: Breakfast & Dinner)
Proceed to Interlaken. Visit small
town of Interlaken where you can enjoy various Optional adventure sports like
Bungee Jumping, Sky Dive, Paragliding, and Helicopter Ride, Rafting etc. We
will do an orientation tour of the small town.
Proceed to Mt. Jungfrau (optional). A
beautiful scenic drive takes you to Grindelwald. Ascend to Jungfrau. We board
the rack rail (the only rail to reach the height of 11000 feet!) to ascend at
Jungfrau - the top of Europe. Here you will be visiting the ice palace, the
sphinx, and all the activities at the top.
(Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
breakfast proceed to Swiss capital: Bern, travel over the old stone
bridges past Bear Pit and straight through the medieval
Old Town. We’ll follow the 6 kilometers of arcades and the historical
fountains dotting the streets and passing by the Clock Tower (Zytglogge).
The Parliament building with “its” Parliament Square (Bundesplatz)
is another landmark that can’t be missed on this tour. After
completing orientation tour, enjoy the walk on the walking flag street in Bern.
After Lunch at the picnic spot later proceed to Cailler Chocolate Factory. Call
on all your senses to discover the secrets surrounding the origin and
production of chocolate. The journey begins with the Aztec ceremonies dedicated
to cocoa and chocolate innovations drags you down today. Discover closely
roasted cocoa beans and follow the irresistible smell of freshly crafted
chocolate. The aromas of the best cocoa, fresh Alpine milk and ingredients
of all nobility delight your palate when tasting chocolate. At the Atelier du
Chocolate, children and adults can create their own chocolate works of art with
the help of our chocolatiers. Besides unforgettable memories, you will
leave with your own chocolate. (Meals: Breakfast &
Breakfast, proceed to Engelberg, the base of Central Switzerland’s highest
mountain. Enjoy 2 cable car rides on the way up to Titlis. Later descend Return
back to Hotel, overnight at Obwalden.
(Meals: Breakfast & Dinner)
Breakfast proceed for the city tour of Lucerne visiting the famous Lion
Monument, Chapel Bridge and beautiful Lake of Lucerne. Free time is given for
shopping/walking tour near the Lake. Take a Boat Ride at Lake Lucerne. And visit
to Transport museum. Later Return back
to Hotel, overnight at Obwalden.
(Meals: Breakfast & Dinner)
breakfast proceed to Gstaad. Arrive in Gstaad. Gstaad is an upscale resort town
in the Bernese Oberland region of the
Swiss Alps. Its soaring mountains and prestigious international boarding
schools Have long made it a holiday destination for royalty and celebrities.
After transfer to Glacier 3000. You
will experience high level mountains covered with Crystal Clear snow you can
also experience many optionalactivities (Dog Sledge, Alpine
Coaster & Snow Coach) (Meals:
Breakfast & Dinner)
4 recent photographs ( 35mm*45 mm white background matt
finishing; 80% face focus)
Original passport with minimum validity of six months. (
please provide all old passports if any) (Validity of Passport should be 10
year from the date of issue)
Last three year income tax Saral form (photocopies)
Company & Personal.
Recent 6 months personal bank statements of all the passengers
travelling. (photocopies) Company & Personal.
3 Letterheads individual / company.
Pan card copy
Student id proof
Business Proof (Partnership Deed / MOU of Proprietor / MOU
of shop & establishment)
If salaried person, we need leave letter on company's
letter head and 3 months salary slip
Policy: Rs 50,000 at the time of
booking (Non- Refundable)Balance Payment 30 Days Prior to Departure.
No of Days Charges 35 Days or more prior to the date of departure Deposit Amount
34 -25 Days 25
% of Tour Cost 24 -15 Days 50
% of Tour Cost 14 - 10 Days 75
% of Tour Cost
10 days of less prior to the date of departure 100 % of Tour
Note : In case of Cancellation you would be provided Credit note
after cancellation charges which can be utilized in any International Tour
within the period of 1 year.
FAQ's and other information
FAQS: ABOUT THE COUNTRY 1. What is the best time to visit Switzerland? The best time to visit Switzerland is during summer months between April &July & August to October. 2. Is English spoken in Croatia? The four national languagesofSwitzerland are German, French, Italian and Romansh. English is widely spoken in Switzerland. 3. What currency is used in Switzerland? The Swiss franc (CHF) is the only official currency in Switzerland. The Franc is the only currency accepted everywhere. The Euro is the currency in the neighbouring countries Germany, France, Italy and Austria, and in many other European countries. 4. Are credit and debit cards accepted in Switzerland? Most credit and debit cards are accepted. 5. Is an adapter required? In Switzerland the standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in Switzerland, if the standard voltage in your country is in between 220–240V. A European adaptor is required. 6. Do I need travel insurance? Travel insurance is generally recommended. 7. What things are recommended to carry to Switzerland? It is highly recommended to visitors to pack a sweater, good walking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses, a compact umbrella and/or a light rain coat. FAQS: Some delicacies to try in Croatia 8. What are the must try delicacies in Switzerland? Switzerland is known for chocolates and cheese. Some popular dishes eaten in Switzerland are cheese fondue; bűndnernusstorte is a caramelised nut-filled pastry; zopf which is a plaited loaf; alplermagronen is made by layering cooked potatoes and macaroni with cream and cheese, baking it in the oven. 9. Is tipping mandatory in Switzerland? Tips are included in the price and hence tipping isn’t mandatory on Switzerland. FAQS: ACTIVITTIES 10. What are the adventure sports in Croatia? The adventure sports in Switzerland are hang gliding, Para gliding, skiing, sky diving, rafting, cannoning, bungee jumping. DOS & DONTS DOS 1. Do try the fondues. 2. Do visit churches as they are beautiful. 3. Do indulge in chocolate. 4. Do dress modestly and neatly. Don’ts 1. Don’t speak loudly in public, especially while on a call. 2. Don’t address people by their first name. 3. Don’t ask personal questions. 4. Don’t go hiking unless you are fit.
Sockets & plugs
Switzerland uses 230V, 50Hz with sockets and plugs Type C and Type J.