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Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days

Destinations Covered : Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi

Description : Golden Triangle Tour is indeed the most popular tour for Indian journeys. Considering the fact that India is globally famous for its rich history, heritage, marvelous historical monuments, cuisines and festivals, visiting three of the most colorful cities is something which lets you explore all these attractions. The tour starts from National Capital of Delhi and ends at the same city after covering Agra and Jaipur.

Day 1 (Arrive at Delhi):

Upon your arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport, or Delhi Railway Station, our representative will greet you with warm heart and will drop you to your airport. After enjoying a refreshing breakfast, go out to explore the best attractions of Delhi. Delhi is a place with maximum number of historical monuments in India. Most of these monuments were created during the prosperous Mughal Empire, which is said to be the most powerful and culturally-rich dynasty in India. First, visit the India Gate also known as the Pride of India. The massive gate is a tribute to the soldiers of India. The India Gate is surrounded by beautiful gardens where you can spend some time.

After that, proceed towards Humayun's Tomb, yet another remarkable historical monument. Qutab Minar, the tallest minaret in India, is your next destination. Other places you will visit are Raj Ghat (Mahatma Gandhi Memorial), Jantar Mantar, Rashtrapati Bhavan (Residence of the President of India), Akshardham Temple (largest of its kinds), Lotus Temple, Chandni Chowk etc.

After visiting these destinations and enjoying the delicious surroundings of Delhi, return to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 2 (Delhi to Agra): 220 Km approx. 03 Hours.

Early morning, check out from your hotel in Delhi and proceed towards Agra via Yamuna Expressway. The smooth road will allow you to complete the 252km journey in less than 3 hours. Upon arrival, check into your hotel and enjoy refreshment. After that, head towards the Taj Mahal – something that has become the synonym not for Agra but also for India. The beautiful monument located on the banks of Yamuna is indeed the best example of human craftsmanship. The beauty of Taj Mahal is so impressive that it has been included in 'Seven Wonders of the World' as well as '10 Must Visit Places in the World'. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Nearby located is Agra Fort, another masterpiece created by Mughal Emperors. Originally the fort was created to serve as the capital of Mughal Empire, but today it serves like a museum and a popular tourist destination. You will have some time your hands that can be devoted in shopping around the streets of Agra and enjoying the delicious Mughalai cuisines. Agra is quite popular for handicrafts and marble artifacts. Collect a few for living the memories of your Agra tour for a lifetime.

Later, return to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 3 (Agra to Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri): 250km approx

Located at a distance of 32km from Agra is the historic town of Fatehpur Sikri which was sometimes the seat of power for Mughal Dynasty. The town was planned and established by the greatest of Mughal Emperors Akbar. It served as the capital of Mughal Empire for over one-and-a-half decades, before it went to ruins due to a severe draught. However, the impressive monuments created during that era can still be found here.

Continue driving towards Jaipur and cover the 250km distance in around 5 hours. As soon as you enter Jaipur, your first encounter is with the Monkey Temple or Galta Temple located in outskirts of the town. Visit the temple and make a few friends in monkeys. Evening, you are free to roam around the local markets of Jaipur, to enjoy shopping or tasting the delicious Rajasthani cuisines. In evening, check into your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 4 (Jaipur):

The journey starts with Amber Fort, an impressive fort located atop Aravali Hills. The fort was created by the Rajput rulers and served as the capital of Kachhwaha Dynasty before the capital was moved to Jaipur. It is suggested that you reach the fort with an elephant ride (it costs extra).

Return to Jaipur and visit Hawa Mahal, a crown-shaped monument created for the summer gateway for the Rajput Queens. Nearby located are City Palace (Residence of Royal Family, now a Museum), Jantar Mantar (the largest observatory in India), Govind Dev Ji Temple (Prime deity of Jaipur), Isarlat (tallest minaret of Jaipur), Birla Mandir (created with same marble used in Taj Mahal) and many more.

Overnight stay in your hotel in Jaipur.

Day 5 (Jaipur to Delhi): 268 km

On the last day of your Golden Triangle Tour, check out from your hotel in Jaipur and drive towards Delhi. Upon arrival, our representative will drop you at the airport/railway station to catch your flight/train back home.

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