Welcome to India. Upon your coming at IGI International airport in Delhi, meet our tour spokesperson will guide you to the pre-decided hotel. After completing check-in formalities, you can take rest or have a walk around the adjoining streets to be familiar with the diverse culture of Delhi before tumbling into the luxury of your bed.
Enjoy an overnight halt at the hotel.
Today morning you will begin with the first activity of your Golden Triangle India Tour Package that is a guided tour of Delhi. So, revitalize yourself with a healthy breakfast before starting for Delhi visiting the attractions with your tour guide.
Today we will cover four well-known sites in Delhi each of which offers an amazing view and history behind them. You will get sufficient opportunities to learn Indian culture, rich history architectural excellence and of course the great gastronomic art. There will be lunch break at noon from 12 to 1 PM and the tour will end in the evening before you enjoy an exhilarating photo session at India Gate.
Let us begin the day with blessings of the almighty. So, our first visit will be to the Laxmi Narayan Temple situated in the heart of Delhi. Also known as the Birla Mandir, this wonderfully decorated Hindu temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu and his consort Lakshmi. From here, we will head towards Parliament House and Gandhi Memorial before going for the lunch. The Parliament House is one of the most notable buildings in Delhi which is the official location of the biggest democracy in the world. Our next destination is the Gandhi Memorial at Raj Ghat. The environment of Raj Ghat creates a heavenly peace that motivates people towards a positive approach. After paying compliment to the ‘Father of Nation’ we will move to the Connaught Place market.
Connaught Place is a great destination for shopping and here you will find all kinds of Indian delicacies to try. Here you will take pleasure in your lunch in one of the well-known restaurants and after taking some rest we will again hit the road that leads to various attractions.
Now you will head to India Gate, a war memorial commemorating martyrs of the British-Indian army. Here you can sit on the timber bench or lie on the green grass. Breathe some refreshing air and try a little street food but not too much. Ignore if your taste bud asks for more. Take a few clicks when the last rays of sun fall on the green land creating a pictorial landscape.
The Golden Triangle India route also comes with historical sightseeing in Delhi. Head to QutubMinar Complex. Named after Qutub-ud-din Aibak, the first Sultan of the Mamluk Dynasty, QutubMinar represents the Victory Tower. This 72.5 meters high tower truthfully reflects the brilliance of ancient Indian architects.
Our next destination is Humayun’s Tomb followed by Jama Masjid. The 47 meters high tombstone, Humayun’s Tomb reflects the brilliance of Mughal architecture. Your tour guide will recount the story behind the building of the monument by Empress Bega Begum. From here you will head to Jama Masjid. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan between 1650 and 165, Jama Masjid is one of the biggest Mosques in India. From here you will go on to Connaught Place to have your lunch and enjoy shopping in the market area.
The last attraction of the day is Light and Sound Show in the Red Fort multifaceted. Located in the center of Delhi, Red Fort houses a number of museums that display the history of the Mughal emperors. Once the dwelling of the Mughal emperors, this red stone palace reflects the exceptional creativity and attracts a good number of visitors every day. The main attraction is the ‘Light and Sound’ show performed by talented artists within the complex. They present the history of the Mughal Dynasty through the show which is accompanied by remarkable lighting.
From here you will come back to your hotel for an overnight stay. Tomorrow morning we will begin for Agra.
Today morning after an early breakfast you will begin for Agra by road. After taking some relax in your hotel, enjoy a visiting the attractions tour of Agra covering Agra Fort, Tomb of Itimad-Ud-Daulah and Taj Mahal.
Before shifting capital from Agra to Delhi, the Agra Fort was the main abode of the Mughal emperors. The fort symbolizes the power and great architectural expertise of the Mughal Dynasty. After exploring Agra Fort, we will head to Tomb of Itimad-Ud-Daulah. Often described as a “Jewel Box”, Itimad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb is another symbol of Mughal creativity. Due to the similarity with the Taj, it is also known as “Bachcha Taj”. From here, you will head to the Taj Mahal – an epitome of love.
The white marble mausoleum was built by Shah Jahan to honor his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the memorial looks truly mesmerizing every time you will visit. Twenty thousand stone carvers, masons, and artists from India, Turkey and Iraq worked day and night on the bank of the river Yamuna to construct this magnificent picture of love. Taking a snap before Taj is measured good luck for couples. So, don’t miss the opportunity.
As the last rays of the sun evaporate from the head of the Taj you will head back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
On the 4th day of the Golden Triangle Delhi Agra Jaipur Tour, you will carry on your journey from Agra to Jaipur by road. En-route, stop at FatehpurSikri, the abandoned Mughal town. The attractions you will cover here include Jama Masjid, Jodha Bai Palace, BirbalBhawan, Panch Mahal, and the BulandDarwaza. Each site endures the great creativity and historical significance of the Mughal Dynasty.
FatehpurSikri was built by Emperor Akbar during the second half of the 16th-century. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city tourist attractions some of the iconic structures of the Mughal era. Another iconic structure is BulandDarwaza built by the emperor Akbar as a sign of victory over Gujarat in 1601. Jodha Bai Palace, Tomb of Salim Chishti and Jama Masjid are some of the well-known destinations here. Jodha Bai Palace reflects a blended architectural style of the Hindu and the Mughal. The palace is a neighbor to another house called BirbalBhawan. Your tour steer will tell you about the renowned stories of Birbal, known for his excellent intelligence. Another architectural marvel in FatehpurSikri is Panch Mahal, a five-storied structure open on all sides and built from red brickwork.
On reaching Jaipur, check-in at the hotel for a night keep on.
Post breakfast, the 5th day is programmed for Jaipur city tour in which you will enjoy an elephant ride to the Amber Fort. In the afternoon, enjoy a day trip in the Jaipur city exploring City Palace, JantarMantar, NawabSahebki Haveli, and the local bazaars.
The ‘Pink City’ Jaipur is the land of monarchs and vivid culture. Admire the class of Rajput architecture and multicolored Rajasthani culture. In the morning, enjoy an elephant ride to the Amber Fort. Casting its strange reflection in the Maota Lake, the Amer Fort is an architectural wonder. The fort is also counted as the most excellent example of the Indo-Islamic architecture.
Your next visit is to the Jaipur City Palace, a palace with amazing cultural value and architectural excellence. The palace is ornamented with a number of gardens, edifices, and courtyards within the complex of the palace which makes it worth visiting. The next stopover will be at the JantarMantar. Also recognized as the Royal Observatory, the JantarMantar has a collection of exorbitant instruments that are scrupulously designed to measure the harmony of the heavens.
From JantarMantar, you will head towards NawabSahebki Haveli, a well-known house in the Bapu Bazar area. Explore Bapu Bazar, a prominent market in Jaipur and other local markets to enjoy shopping. Buy genuine and traditional jewelry, clothes and expensive gemstone from Johari Bazaar. Buy wooden souvenirs and multicolored handicrafts from Mirza Ismail Road.
Govind Dev Ji Temple – devoted to Lord Krishna, this temple is one of the most venerated shrines of Jaipur. It is believed that the idol of Lord Krishna looks exactly like the original Krishna. This temple is situated in the City Palace Complex.
Post sightseeing, come back to the hotel for a night stay.
This day marks the end of your 6 days Golden Triangle India Travel. After a departure breakfast, begin the drive from Jaipur to Delhi. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to the airport to board flight for onward trip.