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The perfect introduction to Paris, discover all her famous landmarks and enjoy a fun, relaxing sightseeing cruise on the historic River Seine, before taking the elevator to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower for glorious views over the city.


  • France

    The perfect introduction to Paris, discover all her famous landmarks and enjoy a fun, relaxing sightseeing cruise on the historic River Seine, before taking the elevator to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower for glorious views over the city.

  • Rome

    The Fontana di Trevi or Trevi Fountain is the most famous and arguably the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome. This impressive monument dominates the small Trevi square located in the Quirinale district.

  • Qatar

    Doha, is the capital of Qatar with the ever changing skyline situated around a wide crescent shaped bay overlooking the dazzling Gulf. Experience Doha, the commercial hub and the cultural heart of the country with our guided city tour in an air-conditioned vehicle which will take you to: The Museum of Islamic Art Corniche and passing by Dhow Harbour Souq Wqaif and Falcon Shops followed by ay a visit to the Pearl-Qatar / Porto Arabia Boardwalk and Marina.

  • Jordan

    The Nabataean capital of Petra is one of the many spectacular historical sites in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, a country of deep traditions that has worked to preserve its ancient inheritance and natural beauty while navigating modern realities in a region of continuing conflict.Reclining on a rooftop carved two millennia ago, a Bedouin surveys the realm of the Nabataeans, beckoning from the sands of southern Jordan. Forgotten for centuries, Petra still echoes with mysteries of the past; this immense building, Al Deir (the Monastery), was probably a Nabataean shrine.

  • Egypt

    A Sphinx is a zoomorphic mythological figure which is depicted as a recumbent lion with a human head. It has its origins in sculpted figures of Old Kingdom Egypt, to which the ancient Greeks applied their own name for a female monster, the "strangler", an archaic figure of Greek mythology. Similar creatures appear throughout South and South-East Asia, and the sphinx enjoyed a major revival in European decorative art from the Renaissance onwards.

  • Maldives

    Baros resort used to be a small place until 2005 when it was rebuilt and rehabilitated from scratch. The new structure and architecture as well as the styling of the building are worthwhile and modern. The original value of the Baros resort is not lost from any views and angles and it is still as popular as many other places that are found in Maldives; just that it is a lot more captivating and prevailing than before.

  • Malayasia

    Batu Caves are located 12 km north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and are believed to be more than 400 million years old. The most famous attraction in the caves' proximity is a temple, dedicated to the martial god Muruga - the largest Hindu shrine outside the lands of India. The sacred place is accessible only through 272 steps, though the magnificence and relics are worth every step of the climb. A fascinating feature of the place of worship is the nearly 40-metre high gold plated statue of the deity, the tallest in the world.

  • Thailand

    Up here in northern Thailand, the temple pilgrimage still exists. Citizens walk up a mountain, and once they get to the top (of the mountain) they are faced with 300 some stairs to get to the top of Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep temple. I got to the bottom of the main set of temple stairs and waited for just the right mix of mist and sunlight.

  • Dubai

    The distinctive sail-shaped silhouette of Burj Al Arab is more than just a stunning hotel; it is a symbol of modern Dubai. Yet for all the wonder this stunning structure provides when you finally see it in person, it is the service within that really makes the Burj Al Arab so extraordinary.

  • Hong Kong

    In Hong Kong, 10 thousand Buddha’s Monastery is famous and unique place which present its illusion in some other world. Check out the wonderful world pictures hopefully you enjoy it. Inside the monastery there are about 13000 little Buddha’s on the walls with different facial expressions. In the center there are big golden statues.

  • Sri Lanka Shines

    Sri Lanka Tourism implemented a shopping mall activation campaign from 04th -06th July 2014 in Shanghai

  • Tourist Arrivals ...

    Aided by a healthy 13 percent improvement in June, tourist arrivals to post-war Sri Lanka in the first half of this year have crossed the half-a-million mark, latest data showed here on Thursday. According to latest data released by the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA), arrivals between January and June amounted to 512,281, up by 13.1 percent over the first half of last year.

  • Sri Lanka & Maldives

    Minister of External Affairs Prof. G.L. Peiris, Minister of Higher Education Mr. S.B. Dissanayake, Monitoring MP of the Ministry of External Affairs Mr. Sajin de Vass Gunawardena, Members of Parliament Mr. A.H.M. Azwar, Mr. Lohan Ratwatta and Mr. Udith Lokubandara, Secretary to the President Mr. Lalith Weeratunga and Secretary to the Ministry of External Affairs Mrs. Kshenuka Senewiratne are accompanying the President.

  • Kandy Esala Perahera

    The procession of Esala, is the grand festival with elegant costumes held in July or August in Kandy, Sri Lanka.

  • Sri Lanka sees 25% ...

    In Sri Lanka’s tourism industry continued on its steep upward trajectory in the first six months of 2014, with international arrivals surging almost 25%.

  • Meeting us

    Travco Adventures Sri-Lanka will be attending the following events Arabian Travel Market The regions premier travel show will be open from 05 May to 08 May