Apr 1, 2013 - 9:37 AM
Welcome to the forum, swiss-traveller! I think your plan is too ambitious on some points. You will manage to visit the Jungfraujoch on April 20 for example, but I think it's too much to do skydiving in the afternoon as well. I guess you have you to follow an introduction program and some exercises first before taking off, so the total trip may last longer than just a few hours in the afternoon. Please ask for details at skydive companies, such as Skydrive Interlaken
or Swiss Helicopter
. As for April 21: you will be able to get to Lucerne and return to Geneva the same day, but in that case I wouldn't visit the Titlis as the trip to and from Engelberg adds another 1,5 hours to your traveling time. Instead, pick a viewing point closer to Lucerne, such as Pilatus. You could make a great round trip via boat, cog train and cable car. Traveling times can be found through the timetable
As for tickets and passes: the best option would be to buy a Swiss Half Fare Card for this weekend. Even if it's only two days, the 50% discounts offered by the Swiss Half Fare Card will be much cheaper than buying regular full-fare tickets. Details and purchase options can be found here
Supersaver tickets are available for some town to town transfers, but not for all. You can't book them earlier than 14 days before traveling. Booking from India is possible, but not all credit cards are accepted. Widely used types such as Visa and Mastercard are. You can just try two weeks in advance and see what's available, and whether a supersaver ticket would be cheaper than a regular 50% discounted ticket. If you're already in Geneva, just get to the railway station there and ask for the options there. Mention that you'll have a Swiss Half Fare Card, as supersaver ticket prices will be even lower in that case.