Day 1

Arrive at JFK. Pick up from Airport Welcome to NY!!!! Our representative will be at the airport for private pick up. Pick-up details for each airport are given below. We will need the contact number of the passengers to facilitate transfers. Optional charges apply for passengers arriving at EWR/LGA airport. Check in to the Luxurious property. (Check-in time 3 PM). Meet your tour manager at 7 pm in the hotel lobby to start the tour. Enjoy a wonderful buffet Indian dinner at a restaurant Later enjoy free time at Times Square on your own to see the city in action at night. Overnight at Hotel.

Please note that the hotel may take your Credit card at the time of check-in towards Incidentals. The hold on the card will be released once the guests check out if no charges are incurred. Porterage is not included in the cost.

Day 2

After breakfast, proceed to go on to the Statue of Liberty Ferry from Battery Park. View the world-famous iconic Statue symbolizing the country’s freedom. Post lunch Make a pit stop to see the “NY BULL” on Wall St. This bronze statue weighs 3200 kgs & is a symbol of financial optimism & prosperity. Enjoy a scenic view from the top of the Freedom tower observation deck. This is now the tallest building on the Western Hemisphere and stands in place of the Twin towers. We will make a photo stop at Ground Zero (entrance to 9/11 memorial is not included). Get a closer look at Rockefeller center comprising 19 high-rise commercial buildings while driving through the famous streets of NY. Declared a national historic monument, you will be able to get quick photos of this landmark. Enjoy shopping time at the biggest grossing next-generation retail store in the World ‘APPLE’, a vibrant gathering place for technology buffs Dinner at Indian Restaurant. See New York at its best from a double-decker bus. In “The City that Never Sleeps,” the best sightseeing happens after the sun goes down. Discover the brilliant lights, stunning views, and vibrant nightlife with a double-decker Night Tour! Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

Get an early start to your day after breakfast & drive to Philadelphia (approximately 2 hours’ drive without traffic. Enjoy an entertaining guided tour of the largest city in Pennsylvania state (guided city tour). Our entertaining tour guide is a history buff, and he will relate the love of the city and a real sense of Philadelphia’s place in history to the group. Lunch on your own. On your way, stop at DC’s latest happening waterfront destination with shopping, restaurants, and DC’s latest attraction-Skywheel. This stately Observation wheel takes the riders as high as 180 Ft above the river, giving a wonderful bird’s eye view of the Potomac River. Enjoy a Dinner en route to the hotel. Check into Marriott Tysons or Similar.

Day 4

Today after breakfast, Enjoy a city tour of DC with a specialized guide covering all the major landmarks. See all the key attractions in DC and learn about the history and trivia that surrounds Washington on this interactive tour of the capital city. You will visit the major monuments in this quick and efficient.

Visit the White House Visitor Center as a part of your city tour. You will be given time to explore Air & space museum (1 hour and 30 minutes)to view all the different exhibits related to space & Aeronautics. Lunch on own. Drive to Harrisburg and Enjoy some retail therapy winding down a long day of sightseeing at Tanger outlet mall which offers designer brand labels for cheap including American outfitters, Banana republican, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren. Dinner at an Indian restaurant & check into Hotel (Hilton Harrisburg or similar).

Day 5

After breakfast, proceed to do the Pennsylvania Capitol tour (if open for tours). The Pennsylvania State Capitol is the seat of government for the U.S. state of Pennsylvania and is in downtown Harrisburg. After an inside peeks at the political hub of the state, check out the sweetest destination on the itinerary- Hershey’s. Get on an exhilarating chocolate ride that takes you to the origin of chocolate making. Lunch on own. Drive to Corning to check out the World’s most comprehensive Glass collection at Corning Museum of Glass. The museum brings class to life by having live demonstrations. Proceed to Niagara Falls (approximately 3 hours of drive from Corning). Dinner at an Indian restaurant en route. View the illumination of falls at night. This illumination includes a range of colors that alternate throughout the evening and shine over all of Niagara Falls& stay overnight at the hotel (Sheraton at the falls or similar)

Day 6

The hotel is within walking distance of the park. There will be no coach on this day of the tour.

Today after breakfast, enjoy a 30-minute IMAX movie at the Niagara adventure theatre. To view your next attraction, Cave of the Winds, you will take an elevator ride- 175 feet below to get to feel the power of Falls first hand. Geared up in a souvenir rain poncho and specially designed sandals, guests follow wooden walkways along Niagara River to the Hurricane Deck. Do not forget to take extra pair of clothes as you will definitely get wet. You will also take a closer look at the Bridal veil falls in a boat ride abroad Maid of the mist. Lunch on own. Evening Free on own. Dinner at Indian restaurant & overnight at hotel.

Day 7

After breakfast, our representative will pick you up from the hotel for airport transfer based on your individual flights (please note that check-out time is 11 am). The packed breakfast option is not available for passengers taking early flights. Your departure flight will be out of Buffalo (this airport transfer on a private basis is included in your cost)


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas medical insurance ( mandatory )
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • All surface transfers & sightseeing transfers on SIC


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned



Full Name: United States of America
Capital City: Washington DC
Time Zone: -5.30 GMT & – 11 IST
Language: English & many languages by ex-pats. However, the U.S. does not have any official language
Religion: Christianity
Currency: USA Dollar
ROE: 1 USD approximately makes 73 INR
Electricity: 120 Volts
Climate: Being a huge country, the contiguous United States is home to a wide variety of climates. However, in general, it has a continental climate, with cold winters (often frigid) and hot summers (sometimes very hot), with a different season duration depending on latitude and distance from the sea.
Shopping: Toiletries and Cosmetics, Diapers & Wipes, Clothing, Beddings & towels, Toys, Jeans, books, Vitamins and Supplements, Music, Movies, Footwears, Kitchenwares, Pet foods & accessories, Electronics.
ISD Code : +1
Airport: there are over 19,700 airports in the United States. 5,170 of these airports are open to the general public and 503 of them serve commercial flights
Indian Restaurants:
There are many Indian restaurants throughout the USA & at all tourist places.


The United States of America is also referred to as “the States”, “the United States”, “the U.S.”, “the USA”, and “America”.
the GPS is operated and maintained by the U.S. Air Force? The Global Positioning System is a utility that provides users with positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) services.
The current U.S. flag was designed by a high school student – Robert G. Heft.
The U.S. is the world’s largest economy
More than one-third of adults in the United States are obese?
The United States experiences the highest rate of tornadoes of any country in the world. On average, the country deals with more than 1000 tornadoes every year.
The United States of America has the world’s largest air force. It was founded on September 18, 1947. The USAF with more than 5,369 military aircraft is the most technologically advanced air force in the world.
Mount Rushmore Monument in the United States shows the heads of the four former presidents of the United States
Michael Phelps, a retired swimmer, from the United States is the most decorated and the most successful Olympian of all times. He has won 28 medals. Phelps won eight gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Games
In 2008, Barack Obama became the first black president of the United States. In 2012, he was re-elected as the country’s president.
Death Valley is the lowest point on the continent and Mt. McKinley is the highest point in North America.
The U.S. is the world’s largest consumer of cocaine
Did you know that the Everglades National Park is the only ecosystem in the world where alligators and crocodiles co-exist side by side?
Did you know that the U.S. Patent Act was passed in Philadelphia in 1790
Interestingly, Abraham Lincoln is the only U.S. president to own a patent and a saloon.
Four of the forty-five Presidents of the United States have been assassinated in office.


Indian National requires a visa to travel to the USA. Indian citizens need to apply for a USA visa. Visa is issued by the consulate of the USA located in major cities… Personal appearance is mandatory in the US consulate for the visa. All applicants require giving Fingerprints & interviews for visa approval.
Travel Insurance is advisable
Do your research beforehand: Check all the entry requirements for your travel with all documents in order.
Do shake hands, greet people.
Take care of traffic signals & signs.
Don’t enter the personnel space
Don’t stare at women
Don’t Challenge American Patriotism
Don’t Joke About Terrorism
Don’t Discuss Religion or Politics
Do not smoke in public. Check the smoking restrictions in a particular state.
Don’t bring any unpackaged, fresh food or pet food with beef or lamb products.
Do make sure your financial affairs are organized and prepared.
Don’t attempt to argue or mess with border control or customs. These immigration controls are just trying to do their job in a legal way. If you do mess with border control or customs, they can deny you entrance into the USA
Do not drink in public places. – Drinking Alcohol in public is prohibited by law all over the USA. Or else you will be in trouble.
Do not carry gifts, parcels, luggage of other people at border points & airports.
Be sure to carry travel insurance as medical expenses are very high in the USA
Know what to wear –Temperatures and climates differ across the USA, so it’s important to do research before traveling. Prepare yourself for weather conditions.
It’s important to know that tipping is expected in the hospitality, tourism, and services industries. The standard amount is between 15–20%.

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