In cultural Golden Triangle Tour, you get to explore some of the most amazing gems of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. You get to relive the timeless elegance of three beautiful Indian states! Take in the cultural essence of the capital city as you get on a rickshaw ride and see the capital's other attractions. While in Agra, take in the glory of the Taj Mahal during the sunset and experience a thrilling Elephant ride in Jaipur's Amer Fort. This vacation may mark the first of the many this year, embark on this beguiling sojourn to kickstart the new year and take in the cultural heritage!
Arrive at Delhi Airport and then take transfers to the pre-booked hotel. The rep shall hand over to you, your tour-related documents and a tour description. Check-in at the hotel and then visit Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Fatehpuri Masjid and try a rickshaw ride till the Red Fort. Rajghat would be our next stop where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated, pay your homage here. Also, see the Humayun Tomb and drive past Rashtrapati Bhawan -the residence of the President of India and then see the India Gate. Qutub Minar is next on the list Return to the hotel for the night.
Relish a hearty breakfast and then later drive to Agra. Known for a home to the iconic Taj Mahal, a mausoleum built for the Mughal ruler Shah Jahan s wife, Mumtaz Maha. On arrival, get assistance to transfer to the hotel for check-in. Freshen up and then start for Agra Fort which is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a prominent tourist site. Later, see the Itmad ud Daula. In the evening, enjoy a tonga ride & visit the Taj Mahal at sunset. Overnight in the hotel.
Early morning, post breakfast, head towards Jaipur. En-route, visit the 16 century AD city Fatehpur Sikri. Also, see the Panch Mahal, Buland Darwaza and Dargah of Sheikh Salim Chisti. Continue to journey to Jaipur. Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel. Overnight stay in Jaipur.
In the morning, eat a delightful breakfast and then visit the Amer Fort by riding on an Elephant's back. In the afternoon, you will go on a sightseeing tour. See the City Palace and museum along with an expert guide. The sightseeing tour will also cover Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar. Also, check out the Jag Mandir, Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors) the Hall of Victory, Jal Mahal and the Kali Temple. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay in Jaipur.
On the last day of the trip, proceed to Delhi for your onward journey back home.
The vibrant city of Jaipur is brimming with colors, enchanting forts, and mesmerizing markets. Popularly known as the ‘Pink City, the allure of Jaipur is so strong, that it attracts innumerable tourists from India and abroad. Complemented by Delhi and Agra, the city is part of the Golden Triangle tourist circuit. It is the capital of the historically rich state of Rajasthan, in India. The architectural marvels of the city reveal its glorious past. From the captivating Hawa Mahal to the bewitching City Palace, each place of the city depicts its own story.
The markets of Jaipur are full of beautiful handicrafts and jewelry which are unique to the city. With modernization and urbanization, Jaipur is growing at a fast rate. You can find swanky malls, high-end restaurants, and prestigious educational institutions in the city. Its economy is growing each day, with the addition of different types of industries ranging from manufacturing to information technology. The lively culture of the city is reflected by its people who prefer to wear colorful attire, consume traditional Rajasthani cuisine and treat everyone, including the tourists, with graciousness.
Rising on the banks of the river Yamuna, the city of Agra has been linked with the history of India, since ancient times. This beautiful city is a perfect example of India’s rich culture and heritage. It is mentioned in the epic tale Mahabharata as ‘Agrevana,literally translated as ‘border of the forest. Home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal, Agra is a globetrotter’s haven. You can say that the Mughals have left a permanent impression on this city which is evident in the various mausoleums and forts found here.
Be mesmerized by the sprawling and majestic Agra Fort. Its many palaces, mosques, and mausoleums are a proud testimonial of Mughal architecture. The legends of the Mughal Emperor Akbar and his fabled courtiers are still kept alive at the ruins of Fatehpur Sikri, which is located on the outskirts of Agra. The chowks (marketplaces) and alleyways found in the city are usually the hub of many activities. Years ago, all the artisans and craftsmen who toiled to make the Taj Mahal a reality set up their houses nearby, creating the network of alleyways known as Taj Ganj.
At first glance, the city of Delhi, home to 16 million people, seems full of mayhem. But underneath this chaotic tapestry lies a magic that is unique to the capital city of India. Known as ‘Indraprasth’ of old, the city has seen the rise and fall of many empires over the centuries. A succession of conquerors has left their mark on Delhi, especially the Mughals, who patronized this city and made it their own. The modern city of Delhi is a blend of medieval forts, beautiful mausoleums, colonial-era buildings, colorful bazaars and technological sophistication. It is the second most populous city in India and is a quintessential melting pot of a medley of cultures and traditions. The Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, India Gate, Lotus Temple, Red Fort and Raj Ghat are a few of the must-see attractions in Delhi. New Delhi is the seat of power of the Indian Government. Witness the grandeur of Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Supreme Court of India. A trip to Delhi is incomplete without a taste of its unique cuisine, which is best experienced from the street-side vendors of chaats, pav bhajis, and masala tea.