Delhi, Agra and Jaipur - they represent and unravel the mystique that is India. New Delhi, the elegant capital with its wide roads, sprawling gardens and stately buildings, stands on the site of seven historical cities built by the visionary rulers through the centuries. Agra, the capital of the glorious Mughal emperors, harbors the incomparable Taj Mahal, the exquisite marble monuments that attract millions of visitors every year. Jaipur is the enigmatic pink city of the Maharajas, the city of pomp and splendor, of colour and festivity, of a rich and regal past that continues into the present.
This is the golden triangle - a visit to which is essential to get a glimpse of India's rich past. Though the cities are a very different in character from each other, their histories have been interconnected, bringing about a similarity in culture, tradition and lifestyle.
Under the grand Mughals, the three cities were linked through political alliances and cultural interchange. Hindu and Muslim traditions influenced architecture, arts and crafts and the result was a unique synthesis, which was reflected, in the literary life and performing arts of the cities.
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With the establishment of British India, these three centers were absorbed within the fold of the empire and their colorful histories took a new turn into the future. Located at a motorable distance from each other, these cities are easily accessible and are a must see for every tourist.
Receive a kind welcome from our travel representative after arriving\ Delhi. He will help you with a
guided transfer to your hotel. Delhi fascinated with an amazing confluence of diverse cultures. Dotted
with historic monuments and modern structures, the capital of India always finds a place in the bucket
list of avid travelers and holidaymakers.
Day 02, Delhi city tour:
Get ready for a Delhi city trip after your breakfast. The daytime begins with travelling the India Gate – a
war memorial commemorating martyrs of the British-Indian army. Next, you will be moving toward
other attractions in the city like Jama Masjid is one of the biggest mosques in India & is revered by
natives & all the tourists alike, Red Fort is a historic fort from where the independence of India was
declared, Laxmi Narayan shrine is a lovely holy abode of Lord Vishnu & his consort Goddess Laxmi,
Gandhi Memorial, & the Parliament House.
Day 03, Delhi - Jaipur:
Relish a road tour to Jaipur early in the morning. Titled as the ‘Pink City’, Jaipur is an innumerable of
many charms. After arriving, complete the check-in formalities & rest for a while. Later on, leave for a
guided trip to Jaipur. Today, you will be marveling at the City Palace – a palace with amazing cultural
work and architecture. There are many edifices, gardens, & courtyards within the intricate of the spot
which make it worth visiting.
Next stopover will be at the Jantar Mantar. Also well-known as the Royal Observatory, the Jantar Mantar
has a collection of astronomical instruments which are meticulously designed to measure the harmony
of the heavens. Further, trip to Hawa Mahal. Translating into the ‘Palace of Winds’, Hawa Mahal is the
most unique landmark of Jaipur. Looking like a honeycomb maze, the exterior of this great edifice
presents a sight to behold.
Day 04, Jaipur sightseeing tour:
Day four of the Golden Triangle with wildlife trip has a surprise in store for you. Relish an elephant ride
to Amer Fort in the morning. Casting it is dreamy reflection in the Maota Lake, the Amer Fort is an
architectural wonder. The fort is also reckoned as the finest example of the Indo-Islamic architecture.
Rest of the day is at your leisure. Visit the local markets of Jaipur & enjoy amazing shopping. Buy amazing souvenirs. Visit other attractions of the city if you want to.
Day 05, Jaipur - Ranthambore:
On this day, hit the road to Ranthambore National Park in the morning. Reckoned as one of the largest
national parks is home to Indian Tigers. A haven for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers & nature lovers,
the park lures numerous tourists all year. A number of species of flora & fauna reside in their natural
habitat in the park.
Day 06, Game Safari in Ranthambore:
Today, you will be fascinated with a game safari in Ranthambore National Park in the morning. It’s
followed by having your breakfast in the resort. Thereafter, you can travel the famous Ranthambore
Fort or simply unwrap in your room. Standing as a majestic witness of many conquests and attacks, the
Ranthambore Fort portrays a rustic appeal that can attract many visitors. Giving detailed insights about
the glorious past, the fort is bliss for history lovers. You can enjoy another game safari in the park in the
Day 07, Ranthambore – Bharatpur:
Leave for Bharatpur by road in the morning. After arriving, check-in at one of our listed hotels & ease for
a while. After straitening your back, buck up for a cycle ride for bird watching in Keoladeo National Park,
also famed as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Titled as a UNESCO World Heritage Place, the national park
houses thousands of birds. The avifauna sanctuary is one of the world’s best bird areas. Not only birds,
but the park is also home to a number of species of flora and fauna.
Day 08, Bharatpur – Agra:
Begin the day with a road travel to Agra. Cherish an encampment en route at the Fatehpur Sikri.
Emperor Akbar made this ‘City of victory’ during the 2nd half of the 16th century. The antique city
served as the capital of the Mughal monarchy for only a decade. Hammered as a UNESCO World
Heritage Site, the city features some of the iconic structures of the old days. Buland Darwaza, Tomb of
Salim Chishti and Jama Masjid are the prominent ones.
Day 09, Agra Sightseeing:
The daytime is reserved for a full day Agra exploring trip. You will be wondering at the Taj Mahal (Friday
closed). The white marble mausoleum was built by Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his wife Mumtaz
Mahal. Reckoned as one of the 7 Wonders of the World, the monument looks truly awe-inspiring during
sunrise, sunset & on a full-moon night.
Next, take a tour to the Agra Fort. Another, prominent landmark of the city, the Agra Fort dates back to
the sixteenth century. The imperial city of the Mughal rulers is enclosed within the 2.5km long walls of
this grand fortress.
Day 10, Agra - Delhi:
After breakfast will be driven to Delhi takes about 3 hours to reach Delhi.