The Golden Triangle India Tour is a unique tour allowing travellers an opportunity to witness and experience the rich royal and cultural heritage of Northern India. The Golden Triangle Tour showcases an unique blend of the Mughal Sultanate, Rajputana Royalty and reminders of the British Raj in a single tour showcasing a wide array of cultures within the region, truly showcasing the rich multi-cultural history and secular nature of present day India.

Golden Triangle tour package covers popular tourist destinations in cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, with a brief stopover at Fathepur Sikri for selected tours allowing travellers a chance to experience India’s rich diverse cultural heritage within a single tour. Ideal duration for golden triangle itinerary is 5 nights 6 days though shorter duration tours are also possible with golden triangle tour of 3 days, though it is not recommended as it dilutes the experience and there is no stopover at Fatehpur Sikri in this shorter version of the tour.

The first leg of Golden Triangle Tour itinerary commences in Delhi with guided tours exploring the rich Mughal heritage and relics of British Raj era with excursion to popular monuments such as Humanyun’s Tomb, Laxmi Narayan Temple, India Gate, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Gandhi Memorial, Parliament House followed by exploring popular shopping destinations and local markets in Connaught Place, Sarojini Market, Khan Market, Chandni Chowk etc giving travellers a glimpse of ancient and modern Delhi. The Delhi leg of Golden Triangle India tour can last between 1-3 days long, depending upon Golden Triangle selected by the traveller. Tourist and travellers can shop for traditional and modern artefacts and handicrafts, indulge in Delhi’s famous chats, kebabs and other street foods (beware, weak stomachs are prone to the Delhi Belly) and explore the city which is a perfect blend of a modern city and a historic one.

The next leg of this Golden Triangle moves to Agra, which is the home to one of the seven wonders of the modern world, the Taj Mahal, built by Shah Jahan as a symbol of love to his wife Mumtaz and today stands tall as India’s pride. Guided tours also cover the Agra Fort and Itmad-ud-Daulah. The Agra sector of the Golden Triangle India is usually 1-2 days long depending upon Golden Triangle packages selected by the traveller. The last and final leg of this trip moves to Jaipur wherein travellers can enjoy a brief stopover at Fatehpur Sikri, an abandoned Mughal city with travellers getting an opportunity to explore attractions like Jodha Bai Palace, Birbal Bhawan, Jama Masjid, Panch Mahal and Bulund Darwaza.

The final legs of Golden Triangle tour to Jaipur and witness and experience Rajput Royalty. Guided trips to explore the Rajputana legacy include visiting the Amber Fort, exploring City Palace and enjoying a mesmerising view of the city from its viewing points, visit to Jantar Manter, Nawab Sahib ki Haveli and no trip to Jaipur can be complete without exploring its local markets or bazaars where tourist can buy traditional handicrafts and experience authentic Rajput hospitality and culture. One must not miss trying the local cuisine here as any trip without indulging in traditional Rajasthani cuisine shall be deemed as incomplete. This last leg is can last 2-3 days long depending upon Golden Triangle packages selected by the traveller.

Golden Triangle India golden triangle tour 3 days is available at multiple levels with a wide variety of triangle tour packages cost with various options from stay at varying accommodation, transport in A/C and non-A/C bus or private vehicle etc. Golden Triangle tour packages are available at lower prices with 2-3 star hotel accommodation and non-A/C bus for transfer and local sight-seeing where as higher priced packages are available with 4-5 star hotel accommodations, luxury bus/car transfers and local sightseeing.

The region of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, part of the Golden Triangle India region, is rich in history, culture and heritage with no other tour plan in India matching its multicultural experience in India.

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