Delhi - Jaipur - Abhaneri - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Mathura & Vrindavan
The Golden Triangle is a collection of three destination cities in India that are must-visit when you come here. When plotted on the map, these three cities, namely, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur make an equilateral triangle of sorts. There is a reason these three cities form a major tourist hub in the subcontinent and no, it is more than just the weather and the sights.
Day 1: Arrive Delhi
After your arrival at the New Delhi International Airport our representative would assist your way
from the airport to your respective hotel for check-in.
Day 2: Delhi
Morning post breakfast your Delhi Sightseeing tour will begin with visit of Raj Ghat, a memorial to
Mahatma Gandhi. Originally it was the name of a historic ghat of Old Delhi on the banks of Yamuna river.
Next is world renowned India Gate, also known as All India War
Memorial. This memorial commemorates the death of 70,000 Indian
soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War and the Afghan
Wars. The first foundation of this heroic memorial was laid on 10 th
February 1921. Further enhancing the value, fervour and brave spirit
of India's martyrs, tourists from all over the world come to visit this
exquisitely designed war memorial and experience its enigma. Next
destination is the President's House or Rashtrapati Bhawan.
Initially, it was the official residence of the Viceroy of India and has
now become the official home of the President of India. Its
construction began in 1912 and was completed in 1929. The main
responsibility for its architecture was on British architect Edwin
Your tour will continue followed by visit of the majestic Qutub Minar, the highest tower in India. The
foundations of this minaret was laid, quite back in 1199 AD, by the
Turkic King Qutbu'd-Din Aibak. Made up of marble and red
sandstone, the Qutub Minar is included in the list of UNESCO world
heritage sites. The different sections of Qutub Minar carry varied
inscriptions written in Nagari and Parso-Arabic dialect. Next is Lotus
Temple, an important Bahá'í House of Worship. Belonging to
the Expressionist Style of architecture, the construction of this
temple was finished by 1986. The architect Furiburz Sabha had
envisioned this temple to reflect the unity of Hinduism, Islam,
Christianity and Jainism. This Lotus temple is closed on Mondays.
The bright white marble shrine is surrounded by artistically
landscaped lawns, gardens and pathways with beautifully designed
balustrades. It has nine pools with stairs and bridges.
And at last but not the least, the tour will conclude by visiting the mesmerizing Akshardham Temple
(closed on Monday), Akshardham is a Hindu temple complex in Delhi, India. Also referred to as DelhiAkshardham or Swaminarayan Akshardham, the complex displays millennia of traditional Hindu and
Indian culture, spirituality, and architecture. After concluding the day tour of Delhi, drive back to your
hotel. Overnight hotel – Delhi
Day 3: Delhi – Jaipur (250 km - 5 hrs)
In the morning have your breakfast, later we leave for Jaipur, the flamboyant capital of Rajasthan. Upon
arrival at Jaipur, our representative will meet and assist you to check-in at your hotel. In later afternoon
or early evening visit to the one of the renowned place to witness the manufacturing of hand-knotted
rugs or durries. Jaipur, the Pink City, is known for its historic majesty and it’s the leading manufacturer of
hand-knotted rugs from India known for its quality, variety of traditional, transitional and modern
designs. Jaipur produces a wide array of hand knotted, hand tufted, flat weaves, Durries, shags and
many other indoor and outdoor carpets, using only the finest materials, including handspun wool, silk and
cotton. Later return to your hotel. Overnight Hotel- Jaipur
Day 4: Jaipur
After a sumptuous breakfast, we leave little early for Amber, the capital of the gallant Rajputs from 1037
to 1728 AD. You ride on the elephant's back (subject to availability and operation) and reach the
enrapturing Amber Fort, perched on the hill top. After it, we then head towards the Fort Palace. This
important tourist attraction of Jaipur was built by Raja Man Singh I.
Hundreds of tourists visit it for its enrapturing aesthetic ambience.
After it, we head towards the City Palace, a perfect blend of
Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The centre of the palace is a
seven-storied building called Chandra Palace, with breathtakingly
beautiful views over the gardens and the Jaipur city. It also includes
the Govind Dev Ji temple within its complex, thereby being of religious
significance. Jantar Mantar (Solar Observatory) is our next
destination. This astronomical treasure house was built by the Rajupt
King Sawai Jal Singh. This largest observatory ever built, is known for
solar devices that give accurate predictions till date. Now we head
towards the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds).
It is a five-storied structure, built of red and pink sandstone. It was built in the year 1799 so that veiled
royal women could peer down the busy street market, unseen by the world, through its 593 stone
Jharokas (mini windows). And at the end of the Jaipur sightseeing, we will visit the Birla Temple, which
is located at the foot of the Moti Dungri Fort. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, this temple was built in 1988. It
is also known as Laxmi Narayan Temple. Overnight Hotel- Jaipur
Day 5: Jaipur – Abhaneri - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra (260 km - 6 hrs)
After early breakfast we leave for Agra. En route, we visit Abhaneri and Fatehpur Sikri.
Abhaneri - Abhaneri is a village in the Dausa district of Rajasthan
state in India. It is situated at a distance of 95 km from Jaipur, on
the Jaipur-Agra road. The place is popular for the Chand Baori step
well and Harshat Mata Temple.
Fatehpur Sikri, a masterpiece in sandstone with the stunning
elegance of its palaces and courts. It is believed to be one of the
first carefully planned cities of the Mughals. It was built by Emperor
Akbar in the 16 th century AD. Its name basically means the 'City of
Victory.'After it, we proceed towards Agra, situated in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Upon arrival, we help you to
check-in at your respective hotel at Agra. Agra, the erstwhile capital of great Mughals, is known for the
world renowned Taj Mahal. The city continues to lure tourists with its enrapturing architectural marvels.
It has always fascinated Indians and foreigners alike. Most of Agra is on the West bank of River Yamuna,
with the Agra Fort and Taj Mahal at its nucleus. Taj Mahal is quite simply one of the mankind's most
remarkable creations. Overnight Hotel- Agra
Day 6: Agra
After an early breakfast, we drive at 0800 hrs , to visit the incredible architectural excellence of Taj
Mahal (Closed on Friday). This exquisite mausoleum was built by
Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz
Continuing with our exploration of the city, we head towards the
Agra Fort. It was built principally as a military establishment by the
Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great in 1565. The red sandstone of Agra
Fort was partially converted into a palace during Shah Jahan's time.
This massive Fort is 2.5 km long and is considered as the
predecessor of the Delhi Red Fort. Later visit to Tomb of I'timād-
ud-Daulah, a Mughal mausoleum in the city of Agra in the Indian
state of Uttar Pradesh. Often described as a "jewel box", sometimes
called the "Baby Taj", the tomb of I'timād-ud-Daulah is often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal.
Agra also known for its marvellous marble arts and works. We shall next visit to a place to witness the
manufacturing of marble arts. The Italian word Pietra dura literally means hard rock but is perhaps
better translated as durable stone. Today, Indian marble inlay craft or Parchin kari is one of the most
attractive and popular forms of art on the subcontinent. Techniques have remained virtually unchanged
and to this day everything is created exclusively by hand. You can witness here the handwork of master
craftsmen working on various artworks and designs. You can carry some artwork back to your country as
a memorable gift for yourself and your dear ones. Overnight Hotel- Agra
Day 7: Agra – Vrindavan - Delhi (220 km- 5 hrs) departure
After an early breakfast, we visit Sikandara where the tomb of Akbar is located. Sikandra is the
mausoleum of Akbar. Akbar himself started construction of this
beautiful monument. This structure has a perfect blending of
Hindu, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist, Jain themes. Sikandra is
named after Sikandar lodi, the Delhi ruler who was in power
from 1488 to 1517. Then we swiftly, head towards Vrindavan
( ISKCON Temple & Prem Mandir) (Temples are closed
between 1200–1600 hrs). These temples are related with
birth and childhood of Lord Krishna.
Later we drive to Delhi. In Delhi we shall take you to a local
Indian restaurant for a farewell dinner and after dinner you
shall be dropped at International Airport to board you flight
Or, if you have next day morning flight then you can take an overnight stay as well, this will depend on
your departure flight.
Inclusions / Exclusions
Inclusions / Exclusions
The Price Includes:
- Accommodation in Rooms in Hotels Chosen by Guest (As Per Availability)
- Daily Breakfast At The Hotel
- Transportation In An Air –Conditioned Vehicle With Driver Assistance Of Our
- 01 Mineral Water Bottle Per Person per Day.
- Monks & Monkeys Surprise Departure Gift.
- All Applicable Taxes Like Fuel Charge, Parking Charge & Tall Taxes
- All Government Taxes GST 4.50 % (Till Date)
The Price Excludes:
- Domestic Flights & Airport Departure Tax From India (This Is Generally Included In Your Ticket)
- Any Meals Except Mentioned In The Column Prices Includes.
- Any Expenses Of Personal Nature Such As Tips Beverages, Laundry, Telephone Calls, Photography, Entrances And Video Fees, Etc.
- Any New Taxes / Fees Imposed By The Government