Golden Triangle ( Delhi, Agra and Jaipur )


6 Nights / 7 Days

Delhi - Humaun Tomb, Qutab Minaret, Red Fort, Jama Masjid

Agra- Tajmahal , Agra Red Fort, Itmad - Ud - Daula Tomb

Jaipur - Amber Fort, Palace of Winds, City Palace, Observatery, Water Palace


DAY 1 -

Arrival at Delhi International airport.

Welcome to incredible India, meeting & assistance on arrival, Indian magic begins here with traditional garlands & welcome drinks on arrival transfer to hotel & relax. Overnight stay in Delhi.

We wish you a sound sleep, amidst dreams of thrilling days ahead.


DAY 2 -

Delhi to Agra

With excitement, we moved forward to Agra, the journey of 165 km in just 2-2.5 hrs via Yamuna expressway, one of the longest six-planned-asset-controlled expressways in India. After reaching Agra all we visit Agra Fort, a historic fort in Agra, the main residence of the Mughal dynasties were captured by different rulers in different periods. In the late afternoon the Taj Mahal show (a drama dedicated to Shah Jahan & his wife Mumtaz) at the end of the day get back to the hotel & calm throughout the night.


DAY 3 -

Agra to Jaipur

In the early morning Visit the 7th wonder of the world Taj Mahal, built by Shahjahan in 1630 for his queen, the dedication of love, the Taj is pinkish in the morning, hereafter we visit Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb built by Noorjahan in memory of her father, in later afternoon we visit Mehtab Bag opposite to Taj Mahal when the marble of Taj Mahal (Makrana marble) shining that looks awesome.

After lunch we have to cover a total distance of 235 km in 4-5 hrs, In-route, Fatehpur Sikri was built by Akbar in 1569 to mortal his son’s birth which was later abandoned due to scarcity of water. On arrival proceed to the hotel & calm throughout the night.


DAY 4 -


Wake up early in the morning, the Jaipur’ breakfast after that we visit the Hawa Mahal (wind palace) built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh with red and pink sandstone in 1799. The has many windows so the queen could watch what happened in the big bazaar. After that, we visit the Amber Fort located on the edge of Jaipur city, where you can see the elephant in the entrance gate welcome’s you with their horned. After lunch, we visit the imposing City Palace, where the raja Maharajas and their family lived, which is now open to the public. The palace consists of a collection of weaponry, gems, jewelry, handcrafted clothes, etc. At the end of the day get back to the hotel & calm throughout the night.


DAY 5 -

Jaipur to Delhi

After breakfast we drive to Delhi of distance 260km which takes 5-6 hrs. on arrival went to the hotel check-in & calm throughout the night with sound sleep to dream next day amazing sightseeing.


DAY 6 -


Good morning, take a breakfast enjoy the sunrise and the sound of the birds and sip a cup of tea. After that, we visit the Jama Masjid, India’s largest Mosque, and this time of the cycle rickshaw trip around Old Delhi. The trip passes via Red Fort (built by Shah Jahan in1639), India Gate (a stone arc made in 42m in the memories of the Indian soldier who lost his life in world war 1) & also visit Raj Ghat (memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi, India.) & straight to the India Gate the presidential palace, secretariat building (completed in 1929) at the end of the day lightning if the secretary building also attracts you, get back to hotel & calm throughout the night.


DAY 7 -

Delhi to Onward Destination

Early morning departure to you onward destination with the rising sun.

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