Itinerary


Day 01: ARRIVE IN DELHI

You arrive in Delhi by Flight /By Train; on arrival our representative would assist you at the airport & to our hotel for check-in. After breakfast we will go on a guided tour of Delhi at 1000 hrs, beginning with a morning sightseeing trip to Gandhi Memorial at Raj Ghat followed by a drive around India Gate President's House. Afternoon visits to Humayun's Tomb, Lotus Temple (Closed on Monday) Qutub Minar.
Overnight Hotel- Delhi

Day 02: DELHI - JAIPUR (250 km - 5 hrs)

Post breakfast we leave for Jaipur, the flamboyant capital of Rajasthan. On arrival at Jaipur, our representative will meet & assist you to check-in at our hotel.
Overnight Hotel- Jaipur

Optional Excursion to Chokhi Dhani:

An evening excursion to Chokhi Dhani complex, an ethnic village resort located at a distance of 15 km from Jaipur. Rajasthani village atmosphere is recreated on the sprawling ground & includes the entertainment by folk dancers & musicians. Guests can move around freely & enjoy the evening. Later drive back to the hotel for an overnight stay. 

Day 03: JAIPUR

Early morning after breakfast 11 km drive to Amber, capital of the gallant Rajputs from 1037 to 1728 AD. We ride on the elephant back & reach Fort situated on the hill & then visit the Fort Palace. Later we visit City PalaceBirla TempleJantar Mantar Observatory & the Palace of Winds.
Overnight Hotel- Jaipur

Day 04: JAIPUR - FATEHPUR SIKRI - AGRA (260 km - 6 hrs)

After breakfast in the coffee shop, we drive at 0900 hrs to Agra. En route, we visit Fatehpur Sikri, a masterpiece in sandstone with the stunning elegance of its palaces & courts. Further proceed to Agra, upon arrival we help you check-in at our hotel at Agra. In the evening free for leisure.
Overnight Hotel- Agra.

Day 05: AGRA

Agra, the erstwhile capital of India under the great Mughals & known for the Taj Mahal, has always fascinated Indians & foreigners alike. Most of Agra is on the West bank of the river Yamuna, with the Agra Fort & the Taj Mahal at its nucleus. Taj Mahal is quite simply one of mankind's most remarkable creations. After an early breakfast, Agra, the erstwhile capital of India under the great Mughals & known for the Taj Mahal, has always fascinated Indians & foreigners alike. Most of Agra is on the West bank of the river Yamuna, with the Agra Fort & Taj Mahal at their nucleus. Taj Mahal is quite simply one of mankind's most remarkable creations. After early breakfast, we drive at 0800 hrs to visit the incredible architectural excellence of the Taj Mahal (Closed on Friday), built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz MahalNext, we visit Agra Fort, built principally as a military establishment by Akbar in 1565The red sandstone Agra Fort was partially converted into a palace during Shah Jahan's time. This massive Fort is 2.5 km long & is considered the predecessor of the Delhi Red Fort. Later in the afternoon, we visit Itmad-Ud-Daulah Tomb, built by Noor Jahan, wife of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, in memory of her father Mirza Ghiyas Beg. Before the Taj Mahal was built, its rough design was already standing in the form of Itmad Ud Daulah's Tomb. Next, we visit Sikandara, Akbar's tomb.
Overnight Hotel- Agra.

Day 06: AGRA - MATHURA & VRINDAVAN - DELHI (220 km- 5 hrs)

Morning post breakfast we will drive to Delhi via Mathura (Shri Krishna Janmabhumi Temple) & Vrindavan (Bankey Bihari Temple & ISKCON Temple) (Temples are close between 1200-1600 hrs), related to the birth & childhood of Lord Krishna. Later we continue our drive to Delhi, upon arrival assistance and check-in hotel for an overnight stay. 

Day 07: DEPARTURE DELHI

Our tour concludes: We thank you for your patronage & ensures a punctual transfer to the Airport for your onward travel.

Accommodation


LocationHotel Names
AgraHotel Riya Palace / Purple Beds by VITS / Similar
JaipurSun City Plaza / Hotel Triveni Residency / Similar
DelhiThe Suncourt Hotel Yatri / Similar

Price


Total No. Of Guests Travelling TogetherCost Per Person
Min. 06 PAX Travelling TogetherINR 14,929/- + 5% GST Per Person
Min. 04 PAX Travelling TogetherINR 16,859/- + 5% GST Per Person
Min. 02 PAX Travelling TogetherINR 24,469/- + 5% GST Per Person

Inclusion-Exclusion


INCLUSIONS:-

  • Accommodation as mentioned above on twin sharing basis
  • Daily Breakfast (except on arrival days)
  • All Hotel Taxes & Luxury Taxes
  • AC Transport
  • All Sightseen as per the mentioned Itinerary
  • Pick up  & drop Delhi
  • Toll, Parking, Driver Allowance & All Taxes

 

EXCLUSIONS:-

  • Air Fare / Train fare
  • Personal expenses
  • Extra Meal
  • Monument Fees
  • Any forest Safari cost
  • Anything is Not Mentioned In this Package Includes
  • Porterage at hotels and airports, tips, insurance, laundry, liquors, wine, Extra room services, Phone calls
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks, etc.
  • Any increase in taxes or fuel leading to an increase in surface transportation

Place of Interest


Place of Interest in Golden Triangle:

DELHI has seen it all: from having been the ancient walled Mughal city to the capital of the British Raj, to present-day India's largest metropolis. It retains its old historical charm and is at the same time a modern wonder with high-rise buildings, huge shopping malls, and busy streets. Some parts look like overgrown villages and small towns while other areas have posh hotels, restaurants, and sleek art centers. Below are some of the sights to see.

DELHI ATTRACTIONS: 

  • Dilli Haat: This is a village market and a cultural hub in the commercial center of South Delhi that showcases a wide assortment of Indian culture, handicrafts, and ethnic cuisines. The market is organized and clean, with places to sit. Each Indian state has its handicraft shops and food stalls.
  • Chandni Chowk: Now here's a market that's more, shall we say, intense. This is an authentic Indian bazaar, Delhi's oldest and busiest, and is located in the old part of the city. It's a wholesale market and it sells pretty much everything. The Delhi metro goes to Chandni Chowk and is a good way to get there while avoiding traffic.
  • Connaught Place: This is the more modern shopping area, full of designer stores and gourmet restaurants.
  • Red Fort: The Red Fort was built in 1639 by Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor who also constructed the Taj Mahal. It's open to visitors from sunrise to sunset, after which there are a one hour sound and light show on the historical significance of the fort and events in India history connected with it.
  • Qutub Complex: The complex houses some ancient and highly arresting structures, including the Iron Pillar and the imposing Qutub Minar, the world's tallest free-standing brick minaret.
  • The tomb of Emperor Humayun: Humayun was the second Mughal emperor, the son of Babur the Great. His tomb is a fine example of the red sandstone and white marble construction that best exemplifies Mughal architecture.
  • Jama Masjid: The largest mosque in India, behind which you can find Karim's- a famous restaurant that specializes in meat and kebabs.
  • Purana Qila: meaning 'Old Fort', the Purana Qila is truly ancient, the oldest structure in Delhi, with the site having its roots in the mythology of the Mahabharata. The sound and light show here is perhaps the best in the country.

AGRA the land of the Taj Mahal was the capital of the Mughal Empire in India for over 100 years, beginning with the reign of the emperor Babar who took it over in 1526. Consequently, the city is incredibly rich in architectural beauty, with increasingly grand monuments built over the years by successive emperors. 

AGRA ATTRACTIONS: 

  • Sikandra: Located on the outskirts of Agra is the location of the tomb of Akbar the Great. The level of detail and intricacy in the inlay work is truly sublime. This is another tour de force of Mughal architecture. The colors and geometric patterns are pretty psychedelic. You can visit Sikandra on your way into Agra.
  • Taj Mahal: Yes, it is worth the hype. The Taj Mahal was built as a mausoleum by the emperor Shah Jahan for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Built-in white marble, inlaid with precious stones, decorated with carvings and calligraphy, it represents the pinnacle of refinement in Mughal architecture. The white marble of the building goes through an amazing range of colors throughout the day as it reflects the changing sunlight. The Taj is open to visitors from sunrise to sunset, except on Fridays. You can also visit for half an hour on full moon nights and two nights before and after.
  • Agra Fort: Was the seat of power of the Mughal empire for many years and is therefore much more than just a military structure. It is composed of several buildings and is like a walled palatial town. Shah Jahan, who constructed the Taj Mahal, was imprisoned here by his son Aurangzeb, who usurped power. One can visit the tower within the fort where Shah Jahan died, which had a view of the Taj.
  • Fatehpur Sikri: About 40 km from Agra is another city that once served as the Mughal capital in India, though it was soon abandoned because of water shortages in the area. The site has several striking red sandstone buildings, built in a synthesis of Hindu and Islamic styles.  You can visit the site on your way to Jaipur.

JAIPUR is known as the 'Pink City' for the ubiquitous pink sandstone used in its architecture. It also has an immensely rich cultural heritage. Visits to the Rajput forts and royal palaces take you back in time and the bazaars provide fantastic shopping opportunities. Colorful block printed textiles, blue pottery and precious stones are a specialty. 

JAIPUR ATTRACTIONS: 

  • City Palace: Located in the heart of the city, the palace now houses a large museum, but it also serves as the residence of the descendants of the royal family. There are a variety of articles on display- silks, and brocades worn by the maharajahs and their queens, carpets, paintings, chandeliers, ornate palanquins, and fascinating antique weaponry.
  • Hawa Mahal: With nearly 1,000 latticed windows, the five-storied Hawa Mahal or ‘Palace of Winds’ was built to allow women of the royal family to observe the proceedings in the street below, without being seen themselves. They would sit behind the carved stone screens which let in the breeze and at the same time permitted them to observe the practice of ‘purdah’.
  • Jantar Mantar: An astronomical observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, between 1727-1734. The 'instruments' are huge structures built of stone and marble and are quite remarkable for their accuracy in measuring time, tracking the locations of stars, predicting eclipses, and so on. Let your guide walk you through this place for your lesson in ancient astronomy.

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