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Nepal & Bhutan Exploration Gay Tour

Kathmandu, Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, and more!

10 Days from/to Delhi, India

October 27 – November 5, 2018


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Nepal gay group tour10-day Nepal and Bhutan gay group adventure. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and culture of two beautiful Himalayan Kingdoms in one magical tour. Enter the serene and spiritual lands of Nepal and Bhutan, and experience the countries’ rich histories and unique cultural heritages. From the brightly colored fluttering prayer flags of Nepal to the elaborate traditional dress of the Bhutanese, these fascinating countries will delight your inner explorer.

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While the natural sights of this incredible region are hard to surpass, this tour does not neglect the local culture and traditions. Learn the ancient arts of traditional healing, meditate with monks in centuries-old monasteries, and shop at markets crowded with local artisans. And you’ll do all this while staying in a premium selection of the region’s finest hotels as a Brand g host ensures your comfort throughout.

In Nepal, you’ll wander Kathmandu’s old narrow alleys, carved temples and bustling markets, visit Durbar Square, the 5th-century Swayambhunath stupa, explore the medieval city of Bhaktapur and catch a birds-eye-view of Everest with an optional 1-hour mountain flight. In Bhutan, you’ll discover the impressive 12th-century Changangkha Lhakhang temple, visit the Folk Heritage Museum, the 108 memorial stupas (Druk Wangyal Chortens) and climb to the cliff-side Taktsang monastery (Tiger’s Nest) perched 3,000 ft. above the lush valley.

You can combine the Nepal and Bhutan trip with our Splendors of India Cruise and Tour for a comprehensive 22-day vacation.


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Nepal & Bhutan Exploration Gay Tour Highlights

• Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Pashupatinath and Kathmandu Durbar Square
• Explore Boudhanath, the largest Buddhist stupa in Asia
• Visits to Bhaktapur and Patan, the oldest settlements in the valley
• Swayambhunath the “Monkey Temple”
• Optional 1-hour mountain flight, focus on Mt. Everest
• Experience Thimphu, the capital of the Kingdom of Bhutan and the nation’s largest city
• Stroll the Thimphus Farmers Weekend Market
• Tour the Motithang Takin Preserve, a wildlife reserve area for Takin, the national animal of Bhutan
• Visit the fortresses Punakha Dzong and Rinpung Dzong
• Hike to the striking monastic retreat of Paro Taktsang, the “Tiger’s Nest”
• Includes program internal flights – Delhi to Kathmandu, Kathmandu to Paro and Paro to Delhi
• Includes 9 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches and 8 Dinners


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Nepal & Bhutan Exploration Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Saturday, October 27, 2018
Arrive in New Delhi, India
Arrive at the New Delhi airport, where you will be greeted by a Brand g representative, who will transfer you to the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel.

Hotel: Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport Hotel, New Delhi, 4*


Day 2 - Sunday, October 28, 2018
New Delhi, India / Katmandu, Nepal
Nepal Gay Tour - PasupatinathEarly this morning you are transferred to the airport to board flight to Kathmandu. On arrival in Kathmandu you are transferred to hotel for check-in. Kathmandu, capital of the Nepal, and one of the world’s oldest cities.

Following check-in, begin a sightseeing tour of Pasupatinath, Nepal’s most sacred Hindu temple and pilgrimage destination. Continue touring with a visit to the city of Boudhanath. Bouddhanath is an important venue for Buddhist rituals and festivals at various important times of the year when Buddhists from all over Nepal and parts of India gather.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Hotel: Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Resort Hotel, Kathmandu, 5*


Day 3 - Monday, October 29, 2018
Kathmandu - Patan - Bhaktapur
Nepal gay tour - Patan CityThis morning sightseeing tour of Patan City, the oldest settlement in the valley. This venerable city of artists began to be built around 299 AD and located on the southern bank of the Bagmati River five kilometers south-east of Kathmandu City, perhaps has more Buddhist and Hindu temples than Kathmandu itself. Two-third of the people here are Buddhists. Local claim that the bronze and wooden gateways and windows, statues of deities, wood carving and metal works demonstrate Patan’s superiority in craftsmanship and stone architecture. This could be true when one visits the small but exquisite Golden Temple tucked away in a small by-way and the Krishna Temple in the Patan Durbar Square.

Nepal gay tour - BhaktapurFollowing lunch at a local restaurant, we proceed to visit Bhaktapur, literally meaning “City of Devotees”, calling it the “living Museum” is more apt. Founded in 889 AD, with the Khasa Khusung and Hanumante Rivers on either side, Bhaktapur boasts of an immense palace complex in the center surrounded by numerous other temples which reflects the supreme craftsmanship of the city’s artisans. In the middle of the Durbar Square stands the magnificent “pachpan jhyaley mahal” (Palace of 55 Windows), residence of the former kings. Other “must see’s are the Big Bell, the stunningly exquisite Golden Gate, the five-tiered Nyatapola Temple, the Bhairab Temple and the wood carving and metal work museums in Dattaraya Square.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Resort Hotel, Kathmandu, 5*


Day 4 - Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Nepal gay tour - Kathmandu Durbar SquareThis morning we visit the Kathmandu Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where one sees the old residence of Nepalese royalty, Hanuman Dhoka (The Monkey God’s Gate) Palace which also houses a museum. Hanuman Dhoka is surrounded by a plethora of temples dedicated to Shiva the Destroyer, Vishnu the Preserver, Kali the Avenging Consort of Shiva, Indra the God of Rain and the magnificent four-storied Temple of Goddess Taleju, Protectors of the Valley, which is opened to the public only on one day of the year during Nepal’s most important festival, Dashain. Here also one finds the temple of the Kumari, the Virgin Living Goddess who, several times a day will gracefully deign to come to her ornate first floor window to give audience to visitors. Nearby is the Kashtamandap temple, dedicated to Shiva and his son Ganesh (the God with the elephant head), and said to have been built from the wood of one single tree. The modern name Kathmandu is derived from Kashtamandap, meaning “House of Wood”.

Nepal gay tour - SwayambhunathThereafter we visit Swayambhunath, situated at a hill overlooking Kathmandu city, said to be over two thousand years, is one the oldest Buddhist stupa)in the world. Beneath the high spire and gilt copper pinnacle and on all four sides, the allseeing eyes of the Buddha gaze out at the world. The temple also represents the hybrid religion of Buddhism-Hinduism practiced by many inhabitants of the valley. Inside and outside the Temple area are many superbly crafted images of the Buddha and other entities losely linked to Buddism. Visitors have dubbed Swayambhunath the “Monkey Temple” as a large group of monkeys resides in the vicinity.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Hotel: Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Resort Hotel, Kathmandu, 5*


Day 5 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Kathmandu, Nepal / Paro / Thimphu, Bhutan
Thimphu, Bhutan gay tourLate morning transfer to airport for flight to Paro.

On arrival at Paro airport drive to Thimphu (approx 1-hr), the capital of the Kingdom of Bhutan and the nation’s largest city. Check into hotel.

Day free for rest.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Hotel: Le Meridien Thimphu Hotel, Thimphu, 5*


Day 6 - Thursday, November 1, 2018
Thimphu, Bhutan
Bhutan gay tour - Changangkha LhakhangToday sightseeing of the majors places of the city. In the morning visit an Arts & Crafts School, the Folk Heritage Museum, a traditional house that showcases rural life. Exhibits and cultural shows are held in the museum compound; and the Changangkha Lhakhang: constructed in the 15th century, is one of the oldest temples in the Thimphu Valley, and is dedicated to Avalokiteshvara, the Buddhist emanation of compassion. The temple affords wonderful views over the entire valley. Lunch in the local restaurant.

Bhutan gay tour - Chorten In the afternoon, visit Memorial Chorten (from outside), which dominates the skyline of Thimphu. It was built in 1974 to honour the 3rd King of Bhutan. This prominent landmark in the city has golden spires and bells; the Motithang Takin Preserve, a wildlife reserve area for Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. Native to Bhutan, India, and China, the Takin are docile creatures whose unique appearance attract special attention. Local legends attribute the creation of these animals in Bhutan by a 15th century saint name Drukpa Kunley, popularly known as the Divine Madman; the giant Statue of Sakyamuni Buddha, sitting on top of Kuensel Phodrang hill is a 51.5m bronze statue of the founder of Buddhism. The site also offers unobstructed views over the Thimphu Valley – especially stunning at sunset. and Takin Preservation Center.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Le Meridien Thimphu Hotel, Thimphu, 5*


Day 7 - Friday, November 2, 2018
Thimphu / Punakha
Bhutan gay tour - Druk Wangyal ChortensBreakfast at the hotel. Later drive to Punakha (approx. 3 hrs) crossing over the Dochu-La Pass. Weather permitting enjoy the beautiful views of the mountains from the pass. Visit the 108 memorial stupas known as Druk Wangyal Chortens that were built by Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk, the eldest Queen Mother. We descend into Punakha Valley and visit the ChimiLakhang, the fertility temple dedicated to famous Buddhist Lama Drukpa Kunley.

Lunch in the local restaurant and check into hotel. Punakha was the capital of Bhutan until the 1960’s, and still retains the serene atmosphere of a place with a regal past.

Bhutan gay tour - Punakha DzongIn the afternoon, visit the Punakha Dzong (fortress) majestically standing on an island between the confluence of the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, the city’s dzong is one of the most photogenic of all Bhutan’s ancient fortresses. The dzong is joined to the mainland by an arched wooden bridge, and contains many precious relics from the days when successive kings reigned the kingdom from this valley.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Dhensa Boutique Resort, Punakha, 4*


Day 8 - Saturday, November 3, 2018
Punakha / Paro
Bhutan gay tour - Paro DzongBreakfast at the hotel. Thereafter drive to Paro (approx 4-hrs). Lunch at a local restaurant and check into hotel. Paro is a historic town with many sacred sites and historical buildings scattered through the area. The Paro Valley is wide and verdant and is recognized a one of the most beautiful in all Bhutan.

Afternoon visit the National Museum (Ta dzong), which has a fascinating collection of arts relics, religious Thangkha paintings and a national history collection; and the Paro Dzong Rinpung Dzong, the “fortress of the heap of Jewels” was built in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal on a hill above the township. Walk over the old Cantilever bridge and free time in Paro town.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Zhiwa Ling Hotel, Paro, 4*


Day 9 - Sunday, November 4, 2018
Paro - Paro Taktsang
Bhutan gay tour - Paro TaktsangFollowing breakfast, enjoy a hike to the striking monastic retreat of Paro Taktsang, the “Tiger’s Nest” (3120m), built into a sheer cliff face above the forested Paro Valley. This is the most famous temple in Bhutan and one of the venerated pilgrim sites of the Himalayan world. Padmasambhava, the great 8th century Buddhist saint and teacher, is thought to have landed at this spot after flying over the mountains from Tibet on the back of a tigress, thus bringing the teachings of Buddhism to Bhutan. The primary temple was built around Padmasambhava’s meditation cave in 1684. Enjoy lunch en route at a teahouse midway with fantastic views of the monastery.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: Zhiwa Ling Hotel, Paro, 4*


Day 10 - Monday, November 5, 2018
Paro / Departure
After breakfast at the hotel, you are transferred to the airport to board your departure flight.

Meals: Breakfast


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Delhi, India 2-Nights Post-Tour Extension

November 5 - 7, 2018
Complete your exciting journey with a visit to captivating New Delhi. Enjoy two nights stay, at the luxurious Imperial New Delhi hotel, as you explore the capital territory. The Imperial is an iconic property in Delhi’s 5 star hotel category and the most distinguished address situated in the heart of the capital. The Hotel is steps away from Connaught Place, the renowned shopping district and is very close to the city’s major attractions.

Day 1 - Monday, November 5, 2018
Arrive in New Delhi, India
Delhi gay tour - Red FortArrive at the Delhi airport where you will be met by a Brand g representative and transferred to your hotel for two nights in an Imperial room, at the deluxe Imperial Hotel in New Delhi.

Meet your fellow travelers at an evening welcome reception at the hotel.

Hotel: The Imperial New Delhi Hotel, New Delhi, 4*


Day 2 - Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Delhi, India
Delhi gay tourAfter the welcome briefing, the comprehensive tour introduces you to the bustling city’s landmarks, passing the imposing Red Fort, President’s Palace and City Gate, and discovering the narrow lanes of Old Delhi via a rickshaw ride. Visit Raj Ghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, Humayun’s Tomb, a 16th century landmark of Mughal architecture inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list, and Qutab Minar, also a UNESCO site. This evening, join your fellow travelers for dinner at the hotel.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Hotel: The Imperial New Delhi Hotel, New Delhi, 4*


Day 3 - Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Delhi / Departure
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before transferring to the airport for your departure flight.

Meals: Breakfast


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Tour Hotels

Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport Hotel, New Delhi

Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport HotelLocated along the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi features luxurious and modern rooms with free WiFi. It features an outdoor pool, spa, fitness centre and 5 food and beverage options.

Featuring designer silk upholstery and linens, rooms at the Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi are equipped with a cable TV, minibar and a private bathroom with a rainshower. DVD players are available upon request.

As one of the closest luxury hotels to the Delhi airport, the Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi provides a convenient location without compromising comfort. Enjoy the many amenities, Western and Asian dining options and spacious guest rooms during your overnight stay in New Delhi.

Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi HotelR The Spa features relaxation rooms and offers hydrotherapy treatments, massages and facials. Guests who drive can enjoy free private parking. Express laundry services are also available.

Savour kababs, biryani and Indian breads at The Great Kabab Factory. An all-day buffet is the focus at the 24-hour NYC restaurant.

Delhi Airport is a 10-minute drive to the Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi.


Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Resort Hotel, Kathmandu

Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Resort HotelHyatt Regency Kathmandu is a 5 star luxury hotel and resort in Kathmandu, Nepal offering internet access to all guests. The hotel is set on 37 acres of landscaped grounds, and created in the traditional Newari style of Nepalese architecture.

This beautiful hotel and resort is located on the road to the Boudhanath Stupa: the most holy of all Tibetan Buddhist shrines outside of Tibet, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is walking distance from the hotel - about five minutes away.

The Hyatt Regency Kathmandu offers a spa, a fitness centre and a steam and sauna room. Complementing these is a massage centre, a picturesque garden. Guests can also seek travel related assistance at the tour desk.

Hyatt Regency Kathmandu HotelAir-conditioned rooms feature heating facilities as well and are equipped with a work desk, wardrobe, electronic safe, seating area, minibar and a satellite TV. The en suite bathrooms feature complimentary toiletries.

Dining options include the Rox Restaurant which features South European flavours. The Café offers local and International cuisines. Refreshing beverages can be enjoyed at the Rox Bar and The Lounge. Room service options are available throughout the day.


Le Meridien Thimphu Hotel, Thimphu

Le Meridien Thimphu HotelLocated in the heart of the capital city, Thimphu, the Le Méridien Thimphu invites the discerning guest to engage and discover the legendary 'Land of the Thunder Dragon', Bhutan.

Offering an indoor swimming pool, a spa and wellness centre and a fitness centre, Le Méridien Thimphu is located in Thimphu. The Memorial Chorten is 500 m and the National Library & Archives of Bhutan and the National Institute for Zorig Chusum are within 1.8 km.

Le Meridien Thimphu Hotel roomEach air-conditioned room here will provide you with a minibar and a seating area. Featuring a bath or shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer and bathrobes. You can enjoy mountain view from the room.

Dining options include Latest Recipe that serves seasonal specialities and Sese Shamu that serves only dinner. Refreshing beverages can be enjoyed at Latitude 27.


Dhensa Boutique Resort, Punakha

Dhensa Boutique Resort, PunakhaDhensa Boutique Resorts sits in the heart of the verdant and lush Punakha Valley. Flanked by thick pine forests, it overlooks the Punakha river and hundreds of paddy fields that stair-step down to the valley floor. It is surrounded by plentiful walking and trekking trails.

From Dhensa Punakha, it is just a five-minute trek up the mountain to the magnificent Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang Nunnery, which houses one of the biggest bronze statues of Chenrigzig (Avalokiteshvara) in the country.

Dhensa Boutique Resort roomFeaturing free WiFi, a restaurant and a sun terrace, Dhensa Boutique Resort offers accommodations in Punakha. The resort has a spa center and sauna, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Free private parking is available on site.

Every room is fitted with a TV. Certain accommodations include a sitting area for your convenience. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Each room includes a private bathroom equipped with a bathtub. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and free toiletries.


Zhiwa Ling Hotel, Paro

Zhiwa Ling Hotel, ParoSet on 10 acres, Zhiwa Ling Hotel has many amenities available to guests. The spa offers all the facilities guests could want; a fitness centre, sauna, steam room as well as a traditional Bhutanese outdoor hot-stone bath. There is a business centre, Tea House, two fully equipped conference rooms, a Meditation House and the hotel has it’s own greenhouse. The two restaurants specialise in contemporary international cuisine and classic Bhutanese dishes. Gathering at the Mad Monk Bar for a pre dinner drink or after-hours fun is a highlight for guests.

Honoring the spiritual heritage of this ancient Buddhist kingdom, a temple has been built into the second floor of the hotel, made with 450-year-old timbers from the famous Gangtey Monastery, the crowning glory of this new cultural landmark.

Zhiwa Ling Hotel roomThe accommodation will provide you with air conditioning and a seating area. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer. You can enjoy mountain view from the room.

At Zhiwa Ling Hotel you will find a 24-hour front desk, a garden and a terrace. Other facilities offered at the property include a shared lounge, a games room and a tour desk. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including cycling.


The Imperial New Delhi Hotel, New Delhi

The Imperial New Delhi HotelJust over half a kilometer from central New Delhi and its business district, Hotel Imperial features an outdoor pool and health club. Guests can enjoy spa services and 7 dining options. The hotel was awarded the 2012 TripAdvisor certificate of excellence.

Hotel Imperial is a 10-minute drive from New Delhi Train Station. Nizamuddin Train Station is 8 km from the property. The Indira Gandhi International Airport is a 25-minute drive from the hotel. The historic Chandni Chowk is a 10-minute drive away as well. India Gate, Presidential Palace, Jantar Mantar are a few of the sight seeing options which are less than 8 km from the hotel.

The Imperial New Delhi Hotel roomThe modern and spacious rooms have high ceilings, a flat-screen cable TV, a minibar and tea and coffee-making facilities. Bathrobes, toiletries and a hairdryer are also provided.

This hotel features concierge assistance for tour and theater information, as well as mobile phone rentals. Free overnight shoe shine services are provided. Yoga classes and a book shop are available.

English afternoon tea is provided at The Atrium and Italian specialties can be enjoyed at San Gimignano. Daniell’s Tavern and 1911 Restaurant and Bar are available for live entertainment and drinks.


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Trip Notes

Suggested Attire
Attire is casual and comfortable during the day, with sturdy footwear for excursions. Evening wear consists of open-neck shirts, slacks, or similar attire. Fleece jackets or sweaters are advisable for cool evenings. Other items to consider: shorts, swimsuit, hat, sunglasses and rain jacket.

The official currency in India is the Indian rupee; Nepal uses the Nepalese Rupee; and the Bhutanese Ngultrum is the currency of Bhutan. Major credit cards are accepted in most shops.


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Dietary Requirements
We will make every effort to accommodate special dietary requests. Please inform our office at least 60 days prior to departure of these requests.

The voltage in India, Nepal and Bhutan is officially 220/50Hz. To use any electrical product from the US that is not dual voltage, you will need an electrical converter. We recommend bringing an adapter for use in the hotels. The most common socket types are the two round-prong plug type such as is found in Europe or three round-prong plug such as that found in India. Because the voltage may fluctuate at times, we also recommend unplugging your devices when not in use or when leaving them unattended.


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Gratuities are customary expressions of appreciation for a job well done. It is our goal to ensure that the service you receive is as wonderful as the sites you visit. While we have collected pre-paid gratuities with your reservation, at your own discretion you may choose to provide additional tips.

In spite of being among the highest peaks in the world, the elevations you will experience on our Bhutan/Nepal custom tours are not extreme. Kathmandu is at 4,500 feet; Paro, which is situated in foothills of the Himalayas is at 7,300. There is time to move at a comfortable pace, allowing travelers to adjust to the mountain air. Keeping hydrated, avoiding excessive alcohol, eating frequent, light meals, and getting plenty of rest will help with any effects of altitude that you may feel.


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Passport and Visas Requirements
A passport, which is valid for six months after your last date of travel, is required for this trip.

Visa Requirements – citizens of almost every country require tourist visas to enter India, Nepal and Bhutan.

You will be required to obtain a multiple entry visa to India, which you will need to apply for in advance. The soonest you may apply is 3 months prior to your last day in India. We will remind you at the appropriate time and provide instructions.

You will also need an entry visa for Nepal. The Nepalese visa may be obtained upon arrival to the airport in Kathmandu for $25 USD payable by cash or credit card.

We will obtain the Bhutan visa on your behalf approximately 45 days prior to the trip start date. We will require a clear copy of your passport and a clear passport photo in order to process this visa.

Vaccination Requirements and Health Recommendations
US citizens should consult the Centers for Disease Control website, or your health care provider for vaccination requirements and recommendations. Citizens of all other countries should consult their government’s national disease center or their physician.


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Nepal & Bhutan Exploration Gay Tour Prices

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Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy.

$ 7,599

Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy.

$ 699

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Pricing is based on double occupancy.

A supplement of $2,000 applies to single bookings.

A deposit of $850 per person is required to secure a reservation.

Pre-paid gratuities of $200 per person are additional.

Price includes program internal flights - Delhi to Kathmandu, Kathmandu to Paro and Paro to Delhi.


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