Probably, no other theme tour besides Golden Triangle Tour can provide you with a full-fledged glimpse of India’s royal and cultural heritage in such a short span. The journey covers three most popular tourist destinations of India- Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. This jam-packed itinerary is full of highlights, from visiting the iconic Taj Mahal to exploring UNESCO sites like Humayun’s Tomb and Fatehpur Sikri.
Day 01: Arrive Delhi, transfer hotel
Day 02: Delhi – sightseeing tour
Day 03: Delhi – Delhi – Agra drive (220 kms / 5hrs.)
Day 04: Agra – Jaipur (245 KMS / 6hrs. )
Day 05: In Jaipur
Day 06: Jaipur – Delhi (265 KMS / 6 hrs.)
Day 07: Transfer Delhi International airport, and fly to home
Delhi - sightseeing
Delhi – Agra drive (220 kms / 5hrs.)
Agra – Jaipur (245 KMS / 6hrs. )
Overnight at the hotel in Jaipur.
Jaipur – Delhi (265 KMS / 6 hrs.)
Overnight at hotel.
Delhi – Europe fly (rooms will be provided till 1200hrs.)
A symbol of the country’s rich past and prosperous present, Delhi is a city where ancient and modern blend absolute together. It is a place that not only touches your pulse but even fastens it to a energetic speed. A direct reflection of Delhi’s rich history is its magnificent monuments.
Delhi has great architectural wonders, three declared as World Heritage Monuments, Qutub Minar, Humanyun’s Tomb and Red Fort. Humayun’s Tomb and the 72.5 meter tall Qutub Minar are architectural marvels in Delhi. Lal Quila which was built by great Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, and is surrounded by a wall of about 2.4 Kilometers in circumference and is built of red sandstone.
On other hand Jama Masjid is another architectural gift given to delhi by Shah Jahan. It is one of the largest mosques in India. The Akshardham Temple and Bahai Temple (Lotus Temple) attracts thousands of visitors daily. There are various monuments in Delhi that are reminiscent of the British colonial architecture. Some of these structures are Rashtrapati Bhavan the Secretariat, the Rajpath, and the Parliament of India. Other famous monuments include India’s war memorial, the India Gate, an 18th century astronomical observatory, the Jantar Mantar and a 5th century BC fortress, the Purana Qila.
Agra is a famous tourist city in Uttar Pradesh state of India. It is located on the bank of Yamuna River. It is known worldwide due to Taj Mahal which is counted among 7 wonders of the world. From tourism point of view, Agra have 3 UNESCO world heritage sites i.e. Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and abandoned city “Fatehpur Sikri”. Jama Masjid also known as Friday Masjid Itimad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb.
In Agra City there are well known Mankameshwar Mandir Related to God Shiva and Soami bagh is the Hindu religious tourist attraction and on the other hand, for the nature lover there are many Gardens As “Ram Bagh” old Name was Aram Bagh and Mehtab Bagh which is also called as Moonlight Bagh. Babur died in Aaram Bagh and his body was kept here before sending it to Kabul. These tourist attractions plays important role in giving reason, why to visit Agra.
Jaipur (the pink city) capital of royal state of Rajasthan. The city was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, in the year 1727. Before Jaipur, the small city of Amber enjoyed the title of capital of Rajasthan. Amber is at a mere 11 kms distance from the main city of Jaipur.
Jaipur is ranked amongst the first planned city of India. The credit for planning the city goes to none other than Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The pink city is known for many fabulous Rajputana styled forts and palaces. Jaipur is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites- the Jantar Mantar and the Amer Fort. Major structures are constructed using the pink-painted sandstone, and the city has several tourist attractions. International tourists visit Rajasthan, particularly Jaipur and get fascinated by its charm.
The forts and palaces of Jaipur are not just magnificent but have special place in the history. These forts and palaces are visited by tourists in high numbers. The architectures like Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, say a lot about Rajputana architectural style. The famous Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is an observatory and indeed a great architectural symbol altogether.