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Golden Triangle Tour :

Rajasthan is a perfect mixture of culture, history and beauty which is known as the Golden Triangle. And a visit to these beautiful places is known as the Golden Triangle Tour which is one of the most famous tours from the region of Rajasthan. This package has three major cities of the nation that has Jaipur, Delhi and Agra that includes every single destination covering the entire golden Rajasthan and the other cities.

Golden Triangle is the best to witness the well known and famous places from north India. Along with Delhi, Taj Mahal of Agra or the Palaces from Jaipur, this tour has gained importance even in International Level. The trip for visiting the golden triangle is available in various packages and also with a combination that can merge many other cities too. Come and enjoy a memorable trip to the Rajasthan and the neighboring cities with the essence of the past and glory in them with the royal feel. Along with this, take pleasure in a memorable journey in the mystical history of India.

Duration : 5 Nights / 6 Days

Destinations Covered : Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi.

Day 01 - Arriving at Delhi :

The Golden Triangle Tour Package begins by arriving at Delhi, capital of India. After arriving at Delhi Airport or the railway station check into the hotel and take rest. Enjoy the welcome drink, breakfast and the games in the hotel along with the delicious dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 02 - Delhi Sightseeing :

After the breakfast early in the morning, take a ride of entire Delhi and visit the Red Fort, Raj Ghats which is the resting place of Mahatma Gandhi, Qutub Minar which is the largest brick minarets of the entire world, the beautiful Lotus temple which is also known as Bahai’s Temple in Delhi, amazing Jantar - Mantar and the Birla Temple or the Lakshmi Narayan Temple constructed by B D Birla. After traveling in the evening, enjoy shopping on the crazy streets of Delhi and the bustling mall and around the local market and come back in the hotel for the luscious dinner and cozy stay in the hotel.

Day 03 - Delhi - Jaipur :

After having breakfast early in the morning, drive to the city of Jaipur which is at a distance of 260 kilometers away from Jabalpur that takes around 5 hours. Jaipur is also known as the royal city of Rajasthan. On arrival in the pre booked hotel of Jaipur, freshen up, have break fast; take pleasure of the welcome drink in the hotel. The entire day is free and you can enjoy anything that you want to do. The best option for the evening is to go to the Chokhi Dani that is constructed in the entire tradition of Rajasthan and many other activities like puppet show, handloom clothes and the snake charmer. The special Rajasthan delicacies are found here that satisfies your taste buds. After the entire journey, come back in the hotel to have dinner and overnight stay.

Day 04 - Jaipur Sightseeing :

The fourth day of the journey will be in the form of journey to the entire pink city of Rajasthan. It has the wonderful palaces and the forts that have breathtaking views. There are complex palaces, Jantar Mantar and the Hawa Mahal. After this, a visit to the entire city, we will be visiting Amber fort taking the ride on the elephants back in the similar way a queen and the king or the Maharajas used to enter the marvelous fort. In the late afternoon, you can enjoy shopping and then return to the hotel for having a delicious dinner.

Day 05 - Jaipur Agra :

Have breakfast early in the morning and drive to Agra which is 245 kilometers at a duration of 5 hours visiting the Fatehpur Sikri which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, there is a wonderful site and a blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture. The Jama Masjid, Diwan - I - Am, Buland Darwaza are one of the biggest gateways in India. Along with the Panch Mahal, Palace of Jodha Bai and many other palaces. Apart from this continue to drive and visit the fort of Agra, which is the most wonderful fort constructed with the help of red bricks. In the remaining time, enjoy the evening and then the delicious dinner and the overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 06 - Agra - Delhi :

After having breakfast, come and drive to visit Taj Mahal, which is one of the Seven Wonders Of The World and one of the most beautiful monument ever constructed on this planet. Taj Mahal is very important for the tourism of India, People visit Taj Mahal not only from the whole of India but also from the entire world. It was built by Shahajahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaj. The truly awesome architecture and the fine carving from the marbles make it unique. It is decorated with many of the precious stones and half precious stones that decorated the Taj Mahal in mere mesmerizing beauty. Then, a visit to Itmad - Ud - Daulah’s Tomb which is also known as Baby Taj which was constructed by Noor Jahan in memory of her late father. Later in the afternoon, drive to Delhi which is at a distance of around 210 kilometer and takes around 5 hours to reach there. After arriving at Delhi, check into the hotel, freshen up and get ready for the departure. Then, the journey will be carried on towards home.

This is the way the Golden Triangle tour will ensure you to the journey of the past and glorious way of ancient living which makes the journey memorable.

Features of the Journey :

  • Forts

  • Palaces

  • Historic Monuments

  • Shopping

   
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