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  • Will you help with visa documentation ?
    We provide end to end support. We will help you with the entire documentation so that you can focus on your business.
  • When should I apply for visa?
    Visa application depends upon the country where you want to travel. Our seasoned professionals will advise how and when to apply for visa looking at your travel plan and travel date.
  • Will you answer my call late in the night in case of emergency to issue tickets or make changes?
    Our team understand the complex travel requirements in modern age and is ready to support round the clock
  • 4) Will you help with travel ancillaries like forex, insurance, meet & greet etc?
    Yes. We are extensive experience servicing our clients with all their travel requirements.
  • 5) Do you respond quickly? Or take time?
    Our team understand that time is precious and they are right on the button. Our client testimonials will corroborate the speed at which we respond and service our clients.
  • What are the 3 activities you cannot do with a visitor visa?
    Study, Employment, Paid performances, or any professional performance before a paying audience, Arrival as a crewmember on a ship or aircraft, Work as foreign press, in radio, film, print journalism, or other information media. Permanent residence in any country.
  • What are the 4 types of visa?
    tourist, immigration, student,business or work.
  • What are the 4 main steps to getting a visa?
    Pay your visa fee Obtain acceptable photographs Complete your online DS-160 visa application Get a list of all required documents you must bring Schedule your visa interview appointment.
  • What is the difference between domestic and international travel ?
    A domestic flight is one that stays within the same country while an international flight is one that arrives in a different country.
  • What is Domestic Travel ?
    Domestic travel is basically when individuals travel between different cities within the same country.
  • What is international travel mean ?
    Flying to a different country is referred to as an international flight. It is made through international airports and keeps tourism and trade between countries alive at the same time.
  • Is there limit to the foreign currency that can be carried as notes and coins ?
    You can indefinitely retain foreign exchange upto US$ 2,000 only in the form of foreign currency notes or travellers' cheques (TCs) for future use. Any foreign exchange in cash in excess of this sum, is required to be surrendered to a bank within 90 days and TCs within 180 days of return
  • Why foreign exchange is important in tourism industry ?
    Think of your daily life. When you go into a shop and buy something which is made abroad, whether it is a Swiss Watch, some American electronic product, a Japanese television set or a German motor car, you cause exchange transaction to take place. How do you pay for them? In your home currency of course, but does the producer of the goods get paid in your home currency? No, he is paid in his own currency. In between, a transaction has to occur that converts your currency into the currency of the producer. That transaction is undertaken in the foreign exchange market. Let us use some Indian handicrafts sold in the United States as an example. There are two ways in which the businessmen who sell handicrafts in the USA can pay the handicraft supplier who lives in India. The first way is to send US dollars to India. The Indian supplier, however, won’t be able to spend these in his own country. He would have to exchange them for Indian rupees. In this case, the Indian supplier and his banker complete a foreign transaction. Each will take one kind of national money and give the other. There is another way of paying. The Indian supplier may ask the American businessman to pay in Indian rupees. In this case, he invoices the buyer in Indian rupees. The buyer has to go to his bank in the United States to exchange some US dollars into Indian rupees and then send these to Indian. The foreign exchange deal is done between the buyer and his bank in the United States. Whether the foreign exchange deal is done in India or in the United States, does not affect the basic nature of transaction. If a business transaction involving money has been concluded between residents of different currency areas, it necessarily involves a foreign exchange deal. A foreign exchange deal is merely an exchanging of one currency for another. However, there is one major difference between a foreign exchange transaction and a normal trade transaction. Usually we exchange money for goods or goods for money. But in foreign exchange money is exchanged for money. In international trade, companies undertake normal business transactions. They buy, sell, borrow and lend. However, in selling and buying, they undertake transactions which cross international foundries. So if one company sell goods to an overseas buyer expects payment in his own currency, the buyer must pay the seller in what, to him, is a foreign currency. He must do something with this foreign currency. 1. He may maintain a foreign currency account with his bank in the currency of payment if he expects regular receipts in that currency. For example, the Indian seller may maintain a US dollar currency account with his bank to meet the regular receipts in the currency. This would also enable him to make regular payments in the currency. So by keeping a currency account he may avoid having to buy and sell foreign currency every time he makes a sale or purchase in that currency. 2. The Indian seller in the above example can ask his bank to hold on to the foreign currency received. He may perhaps invest it in an interest bearing account until it is required to make a payment in the future. Whether the foreign exchange deal is done in the local currency of the Indian seller or in the foreign currency, it involves the need for foreign exchange in international trade.
  • What is Forex?
    The foreign exchange (also known as forex or FX) market is a global marketplace for exchanging national currencies. Because of the worldwide reach of trade, commerce, and finance, forex markets tend to be the largest and most liquid asset markets in the world. Currencies trade against each other as exchange rate pairs.
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