6 Days Golden Triangle Tour

Delhi, Fatehpur, Jaipur, Agra
Old ₹340.00
Discount :20.00 %
New ₹ 272.00

Itinerary

Day 1

Overview

Maybe the most well-known course in India, you'll visit the three celebrated locales of India's northwest — Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur — known as the Golden Triangle. You'll go by street or train visit through the span of 6 days, investigating the social and authentic legacy of every city.

Day 1: Delhi Arrival and Overnight Stay in Hotel

After landing at the global airplane terminal of Delhi in the first part of the day, you will be welcomed with a customary welcome. At that point, you will be escorted to your vehicle and taken to your hotel throughout the evening. Check in, take your first vacation day, and unwind!

Day 2: Delhi Sightseeing

Toward the beginning of the day, our touring starts. We will visit the walled city of Old Delhi, where each road is humming with action. The impact of the Mughals, who once administered from the defenses of the Red Fort, can be seen widely. To begin with, we will visit Jama Masjid – the biggest mosque in India, worked in the seventeenth century. Afterward, we will drive past the New Delhi Area to visit Raj Ghat, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan (Presidential Palace), the Parliament House, and other pioneer structures. The mid twentieth century work of Edwin Lutyens, a British modeler, conspicuously includes in the pilgrim locale. At last, visit the acclaimed Qutub Minar and Humayun's Tomb, a superb case of Persian-propelled Mughal engineering.

Day 3: Moving to Agra & Agra Sightseeing

Today we drive south to Agra to observe the engineering miracle of the brilliant period of Mughals. Upon landing, you'll be exchanged to your hotel for a concise rest. Later we drive to visit the Agra Fort – a mix of Hindu and Mughal engineering — initially worked by the Rajput's and revamped every once in a while by various Mughal sovereigns with red sandstone, blocks and the excellent marble from Makarana. The Fort can all the more precisely be portrayed as a walled palatial city. Subsequent to visiting the Agra Fort, we will visit the Taj Mahal at nightfall, an image of unceasing adoration that remains on the southern bank of the Yamuna River. It was worked by the fifth Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan, in the memory of his cherished spouse, Mumtaz Mahal, who kicked the bucket in the sixteenth century. The allure of the Taj Mahal never neglects to inspire given its delightful symmetry and white marble trims. We will spend the night visiting the bazaars, where relatives of the craftsman’s who took a shot at the Taj keep on culminating their exchange of marble craftsmanship.

Day 4: Fatehpur Sikri Sightseeing & Drive to Jaipur, Overninght in Hotel

In the first part of the day we'll leave for Jaipur, the bright capital of Rajasthan known as the "Pink City". On the way, we will visit the Fatehpur Sikri, a fabulous, abandoned, Mughal regal city. The great and all around protected fortification filled in as Akbar's political capital for a long time until he deserted it in 1585 after a dry season. Jaipur was the principal arranged city of now is the right time, with forcing posts, amazing castles, and rich greenhouses. Today, Jaipur is the passage to Rajasthan and still stays a standout amongst India's most vital legacy locales, brimming with memorable appeal. We will end the day by exploring the Golden night advertises before getting some rest for an entire day of touring tomorrow.

Day 5: Jaipur Sightseeing

After breakfast, we'll drive to the old capital of Amer, 11 km from Jaipur. Popular for its massive Amber Fort, Amer was the antiquated capital of Kachhawaha tradition for the greater part a thousand years. We at that point continue to City Palace, an ideal mix of Rajasthani and Mughal engineering. Next, we visit Jantar Mantar, an observatory worked in the eighteenth century. Its sun oriented gadgets can quantify the day's movement with a blunder of only 2 seconds, making it a galactic fortune that can in any case precisely make expectations today. We will likewise visit Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), a five-storied exterior made of pink sandstone. Worked in the year 1799, Hawa Mahal and its circumspect windows (Jharokhas) enabled illustrious women to watch road parades and celebrations.

Day 6: Drive to Delhi and Depature

Promptly toward the beginning of the day, we'll drive back to Delhi, where you'll be exchanged to the International Airport for your takeoff.