Traditional Golden Triangle Tour

The Ultimate Guide to India’s Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle Tour provides a quick sneak-peek into India’s rich cultural heritage and marvelous historical splendor. Get inspired by the lavish hospitality of three major cities of India, including Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, on the fantastic Golden Triangle Tour. Explore incredible sights, relish your taste buds with delicious local cuisines, and experience the vibrant colors of India through their distinct culture, intriguing traditions, and majestic lifestyles. All three destinations provide a different flavor of tourism to their visitors.

Explore Delhi – The Heart Of India

We start our Golden Triangle Tour with the capital of India, Delhi. Our representatives will pick you up from the airport or any other desired pick-up spot. After the usual check-in routine at the hotel, we will take you for an enthralling tour of Delhi city. Delhi has been a spectator to changing dynasties for ages, and all those attempts of coup d’etat are reflected in the historical monuments and architectural heritage of the city.

Delhi reflects a perfect amalgamation of modernization and tradition where modern architecture shares space with ancient buildings. Explore the history behind monumental buildings like Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, Jantar Mantar, Jama Masjid, Mughal Tombs, and Akshardham Temple. India Gate is the Arc-de-Triomphe of India, built to commemorate the death and sacrifice of 70,000 Indian soldiers who fought during World War 1. The eternal flame at the India Gate burns day and night to mark their remembrance.

The circular colonnade called the Parliament House has offices of various ministries near the India Gate. We will also visit the Rashtrapati Bhawan, the residence of the President of India. Next, we will visit the Qutub Minar, the tallest brick minaret in the world. Raj Ghat is the cremation spot for the legendary Mahatma Gandhi. The Red Fort is a majestic monument that showcases the grandeur of Mughals. We will also visit the oldest mosque in Asia, the Jama Masjid.

Admire the colonial architecture and fine artistry of the primitive establishments. Pick up some souvenirs as you walk through the dusty lanes of crowded marketplaces such as Chandni Chawk, Sadar Bazar, Sarojini Nagar market, and Karol Bagh. Munch on delicious street food and participate in intriguing cultural practices at the temples. Do not forget to enjoy a fantastic rickshaw ride through the majestic lanes and intricate alleys of Chandni Chowk. The trip to Delhi will take around two days.

Admire the Colorful Lifestyle of the Pink City, Jaipur

After Delhi, we will head straight to Jaipur, the pink city. The marvelous city of Jaipur will leave you spellbound with its colorful culture, amicable hospitality, and vivacious lifestyle. You will fall in love with the regal accommodation at the heritage hotels and the glorious splendor of beautiful forts.

The walled city of Jaipur looks even more lively during nighttime when the forts light up, and the dusk creates perfect vibes for an enthralling light and sound show at the Amer Fort. Do not forget to enjoy an appetizing dinner at the Nahargarh Fort.

In Jaipur, we will visit Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, and City Palace. We will also explore the world-famous astronomical wonder, Jantar Mantar of Jaipur. As you explore the city of Kings, look forward to a fantastic camel ride. Learn interesting anecdotes about the palaces and the kings. Also, capture a glimpse of soldiers in Rajputana uniforms. Pick beautiful souvenirs from local markets and taste the delicious local cuisine at roadside eateries.

You can learn more about block printing by attending a unique, enriching, interactive workshop. You can also get a chance to craft a personalized printed artifact. Grab the opportunity to choose from variegated wooden design blocks and numerous elegant colors. Do not miss out on an authentic RajasthaniThali for lunch. Purchase handcrafted local artifacts, bangles, jewelry, rugs, traditional Jutis, and bandhani printed Kurtis from Bapu Bazaar.

Explore the city of Mughals, Agra

Next, we will move toward our third and final destination of the Golden Triangle Tour. Agra is famous primarily for having one of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. At first glance, you will find it as love personified in white marble. Its juxtaposition near the river Yamuna makes it even more pleasing to the eye of the beholder.

Another epicenter of Agra is the Agra Fort. The imperialistic palace reflects the grandeur and influence of the Mughal era. Other milestones in our Agra journey include the Fatehpur Sikri, which has the tallest gateway in India called the Buland Darwaza. Also, try the famous Petha in Agra, which comes in assorted flavors and pleasing colors.

On the last day of the tour, we will check out from Agra and drive you back to the Delhi/Mumbai International Airport or any other specified drop-off destination. Depart to your hometown with tons of beautiful captures and loads of happy memories! Our Golden Triangle Tour takes you to major cities of India and shows the best each one has to offer.

What are the inclusions and exclusions in the Golden Triangle Tour package?

The tour package includes your accommodation and travel charges. Further, the ad hoc charges, such as parking fees and driver charges, are included in the tour package. However, you may need to pay the entry fee and guide fare at different sightseeing places. Breakfast is included in the itinerary, but not lunch and dinner.

How do you ensure hygiene, sanitization, and health safety during the Golden Triangle Tour?

To ensure health safety and hygiene –
A face mask is compulsory for travelers
We provide hand sanitizer to the passengers
We sanitize all equipment and vehicle between stops
Regular temperature checks are mandatory for drivers
We practice social distancing throughout travel

What is the best time to take the Golden Triangle Tour?

Although you can take the Golden Triangle Tour any time of the year, the best time for a fulfilling experience in the three cities is between August and March; so that you can avoid the summer heat of India.

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