Golden Triangle is the most popular and visited circuit of India that includes cities of Agra, Delhi and Jaipur located roughly at 250 kms from each other and forming a triangle on Indian map with respect to its locations. The circuit is well connected by road, buses and trains with fast trains like Shatabdi Express. The New Express Highway between Delhi and Agra have shortened the travel time to 2-3 hours only.
Most of the foreign tourists likes to land into Delhi, spend couple of days here, explore the city and then travel southwards towards the land of Taj and then west to the Pink city of India – Jaipur.
Depending upon the number of days you can spare out from your hectic worklife, you can extend the tour to add Khajurao, Varanasi further to Agra, or connect Ranthambore if you are a wildlife enthusiast or may be visit the popular camel fair at Pushkar held in November. Many of the tourists also connect the serene Golden Temple with this trip. Off late this circuit have become pretty popular with the domestic tourists from South India also.
This circuit reflects the grandeur, glory & history of the nation in true sense. So plan your trip to Golden Triangle and ask for all the customizations that you can imagine!
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Day 01 : Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport or Delhi railway station, you are transferred to your hotel. Afterwards take a tour of Old Delhi, visit to the Raj Ghat and later drive past Red fort & Jama Masjid. Evening is at leisure, optionally you may visit the Red fort for sound and light show. Overnight stay at the Hotel.
Day 02 : Delhi – Jaipur
Morning after breakfast & check out drive past the imposing India Gate & President House, later visit the Qutub Minar, tallest stone tower in India. After visiting the monument proceed towards Jaipur, the pink city. On arrival at Jaipur, check-in to your hotel. The rest of the day is free to explore this vibrant and colorful city. Come back to hotel for a comfortable night stay.
Day 03 : Jaipur
After Breakfast, this morning, you will proceed on a visit to the ancient capital of the Kachhawaha Rajputs, Amber. Pay directly for your Elephant ride or for the Jeep ride up the fort. On the route, enjoy a photo-stop at Hawa Mahal – the palace of wind. Later visit the City Palace and the apartment housing museums with an array of textiles, costumes, arms, weapons and paintings and finally visit Jantar-Mantar, the observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh-II. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 04 : Jaipur – Agra
This Morning we will proceed to Agra, a historical and romantic city of medieval India. Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri. Fatehpur Sikri the deserted, red sandstone city that was built by Emperor Akbar as his capital and palace in the 16th century. Also visit the Buland Darwaza the largest gateway in the world. Thereafter continue drive to Agra. Check in Hotel. At evening visit Agra Fort containing the Royal palaces, the Halls of Public and Private Audience and beautiful gardens. Return back to Hotel for overnight stay.
Day 05 : Agra – Delhi
Early morning, visit Taj Mahal built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in 1630 for his beloved Queen Mumtaz Mahal. (Please Note: Taj Mahal is closed on all Fridays). Return back to Hotel, further drive back to Delhi. Transfer to Delhi Airport or Railway station for your onward journey. End of the tour & our services.
- Stay on twin/ triple sharing basis- as applicable
- Transfers and movement to monuments.
- Breakfast and Taxes.
- AC Car Indigo for 2-3 people, Innova for 4-6 people.
- Toll Tax and Parking.
- Driver Allowance.
- GST of 3.50%
- Monument Fees.
- Lunch and Dinner.
- Guide Charges.
- Air/Rail/Bus Fair.
- Personal Expenses in Hotel.
- Camera Charges.
- Anything not mentioned except Inclusions.
Delhi- Sunstar Heritage or Similar
Jaipur- Radoli House or Similar
Agra- Amar Yatri Niwas or Similar
Number Of Persons Travelling Together Standard (Cost per Person) 02 Persons 10745 03 Persons 8950 04 Persons 7999 05 Persons 7125 06 Persons 6699
Cost valid till 31st March 2016.
**Rates not valid on long weekends, festivals, Xmas, New Year and blackout dates