HICC, Hyderabad, India


Tour Available on 3, 4 & 6 Oct 2019 Only.
Tour Starts at 9 AM from HICC.

Being the fifth largest metropolis of India, Hyderabad is always at the forefront, especially when the talk is about travel and tourism. The ‘City of Pearls’ has been known for its rich history and culture, which is seen replicated in its monuments, mosques, temples, cuisine, arts and crafts. The capital of Telangana, Hyderabad has come a long way with its heritage, to balance it with the modern times.

Hyderabad, the ‘City of Nizams’ was christened after the queen – Hyder Mahal. With its glorious past that is more than 500 years old, Hyderabad is continuing its race with the times without compromising on its ethnicity. IT sector has penetrated the city to such an extent that Hyderabad is often recognized as ‘Cyberabad’. One can see traditional monuments along with high-tech and modern buildings in Hyderabad.

Golconda fort

Golconda fort – The mighty Golconda fort, a majestic monument on the outskirts of Hyderabad city, speaks of a great cultural heritage of 400 years. The historical legend of Golconda Fort has it that before the city of Hyderabad was built, the whole Deccan was ruled from the Golconda Fort. Built by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1525, the magnificent Golconda Fort lies in western outskirts of Hyderabad and is one of the best places to witness the bygone glory of cultural and historical richness of Hyderabad.

The Qutb Shahi Tombs

The Qutb Shahi Tombs – The rulers of the Qutb Shahi dynasty had a tradition of constructing their tombs during their lifetime. The Emperors tried to outdo their predecessor and the magnificence of the architecture advanced over time. The tombs tower over the landscape majestically. This architecture is a fascinating mix of Persian and the local styles. Remnants of the blue tile work on some of these elegant structures give us a peek into the richness of what was a trademark of this dynasty.


Charminar – Built by Mohammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, Charminar was said to be the centre around which Hyderabad was once built. This majestic architectural monument is said to be built to commemorate the eradication of plague from Hyderabad.

Mecca Masjid

Mecca Masjid – One of the largest mosques in India, Mecca Masjid has a capacity to accommodate about 10,000 worshippers. The biggest mosque in Hyderabad, Sultan Muhammad Qutub Shah started the construction of this mosque. The works continued during the reigns of Abdullah Qutub Shah and Abul Hassan Tana Shah and was finally completed by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1694.

Salar Jung Museum

Salar Jung Museum – Salar Jung Museum has the largest one-man collection of antiques in the world, exhibiting over 35,000 objects of art such as Chinese Porcelain, Aurangzeb’s Sword, Daggers belonging to Queen Noor Jehan, Emperor Jahangir and Shah Jahan, Sculpture, Indian paintings and Persian carpets. The most notable of these are the Veiled Rebecca, Bezzoni’s translucent white marble statue, the Arms section, the Jade section and the Oriental Section.

Note: Museum closed on Friday 

Return to Hotel

Full Day City Tour Cost

INR 2,000 Per Person Subject to 04 Pax travelling together
INR 1,000 Per Person Subject to 25 Pax travelling together

Cost Include:
♦  All transfers and sightseeing by Air-Conditioned vehicle (Car/Bus)
♦  Toll, parking charges.
♦  English speaking guide.
♦  Applicable GST.

Cost Does Not Include:
♦  Entrance Fee.
♦  Any Hotel. 
♦  Any airport taxies
♦  Any airfares.
♦  Any new tax imposed by the Government.
♦  Any expenditure of personal nature such as tips, drinks, telephone charges, laundry etc. 


  • An email confirmation to be sent to Mr. Ravinder Ravath at ravinder@cimglobal.net by 15th September 2019
  • Confirmation is subject to availability


Tour Available on 3, 4, 5, 6 Oct 2019
Tour Starts at 7:30 AM from HICC

Welcome to the world’s largest film city. Ramoji Film City is an enchanting blend of man‐made wonders and nature’s pristine beauty.

The sprawling 1666‐acre Ramoji Film City, set up by Ramoji Group in 1996, is the land of million dreams, where comprehensive and world‐class filmmaking facilities await dream merchants for a celluloid journey. Certified by the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest film studio complex, at Ramoji Film City a filmmaker can walk with a script and walk out with film. The massive dreamscape vibrant with flamboyant locales, picturesque avenues, make‐believe sets and outstanding film‐making infrastructure make it as filmmakers’ paradise. Numerous films in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Gujarati, Bengali, Oriya, Bhojpuri, English and several TV commercials and serials are produced here every year. Apart from comprehensive movie‐making opportunities that it is best known for, Ramoji Film City is also an extremely popular destination for tourists seeking recreation. Approximately 1.5 million tourists come to Ramoji Film City annually. Ramoji Group is a five‐decade‐old multi-dimensional corporate entity headquartered in Hyderabad. It has been consistently setting benchmarks in every industry it has ventured into supported by a strong vision and focus to deliver innovative products and services. Ramoji Group forays cover media, film production and fully integrated filmmaking infrastructure, financial services, FMCG, Retail, Education and Hospitality.

Time Program
09:45 ‐10:00 Opening Ceremony of Ramoji Film City
Guided Tour of Ramoji Film City with Vintage Bus. (Guides explained all about Ramoji during vintage bus) (Visitors are taken around the film city in special vintage buses.)
• Sun Fountain                                                         • Sitara
• Tara                                                                         • Angel’s Fountain
• Eureka – Back in time. That’s
where Eureka lies. Experience the
grandeur of the Mauryan empire etc.                  • Princess Street
• Maya                                                                       • Railway Station
• Central Jail                                                             • Rainbow
• Temple                                                                    •  Airport
• South Town                                                            • Japanese Garden
• manmade splendours.                                         • Hawa Mahal
• Gardens‐ Acres of Rolling Meadows. A treat for
the eyes. The garden at Ramoji Film City is a
wonderful blend of nature at its best an

  • An opening ceremony featuring live dance performances.
11:30‐ 12:30 Enjoy Rides

  • Ranger (Complimentary)
  • Break Dance (Complimentary)
  • Twister (Complimentary)
  • Super Jet (Complimentary)

(Bumping Car, Thrill Rides are on Chargeable basis)

12:30‐1:30 Lunch (Chargeable)
1:30‐3:00 Ramoji Movie Magic,

  • Action‐ The magic of cinema is very fascinating. Here’s your chance to be right in the middle of it. After which, you’ll know about the magic of special effects, editing and dubbing with the help of chroma screen.
  • Filmi Duniya‐ Travel around the world! It’s one ride that will stay with you for a long time. Welcome Abroad!
  • Ramoji Tower‐Feel your heart skip a beat. Discover the thrill of a free fall. It will leave you shaken and stirred!



Live Entertainment Show like

  • Spirit of Ramoji Show.
  • Stunt Show
5:00 ‐5:30

Borasura‐The first of its kind in Asia, this the house of Mystery and magic awaits you. Designed by international experts, this is one experience you can’t afford to miss. Closing Ceremony



Package includes:

  • A/C Coach from HICC to Ramoji film city and back
  • Guided tour of Ramoji
  • Enjoy Ride Ranger/Break Dance/Twister
  • GST

Package does not include:

  • Entrance Fee
  • Any Meal
  • Thrill Rides
  • Any expense of personal nature such as hard/soft drinks, laundry, phone/fax calls, tips etc.
  • Any other expense not mentioned in the Packages includes.

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