02 Nights 03 Days Golden Triangle Tour
Delhi – Agra – Delhi
Explore The India’s Three Most Famous Cities Through 2 Nights 3 Days Golden Triangle Tour. Visit Various Monuments Taj Mahal During This Golden Triangle Tour 3 Days. The Magic Of Real India Can Be Experienced At Fullest By Planning For The Most Popular And Hugely Preferred Vacation Package, If You Are Planning For A More Days Golden Triangle Tour With Your Dear Ones Then Simply Go For Golden Triangle Tour 4 Days! You Would Be Able To Experience The Real Feel Of India. With Hugely Famous 3 Nights 4 Days Golden Triagnle Tour. You Will Enjoy Trip To Delhi, Agra And Jaipur!.
Day 01: Delhi – Agra (210 Kms)
Pick up will be done from the Hotel/Airport where our expert guide will meet you and will take you for the exploration to the historical Monuments like Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, President House, Parliament House, India Gate and Lotus Temple. After exploring these monuments we will take you towards the city of love – Agra through the Yamuna Expressway which will take around 3 hrs via car. Following which, you will check into the hotel and take some rest int he night in Agra City.
- Qutub Minar:The Qutub Minar was begun to build in 1199 AD by Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak and completed by the sultan’s successor and son-in-law, Iltutmish. The structure is 72.5 m high and has 379 stages from the base to the top. One of the notorious attractions of Delhi, Qutub Minar is the tallest brick minaret on the planet. This monument was declared as a Unesco world heritage site in 1993.
- Humayun Tomb :The tomb was built by the spouse of Humayun in adoring recollections of his better half. It is the primary nursery tomb on the Indian sub-landmass.
- President House :
- Parliament House: Parliament house accomadates the two houses of parliament , Lok Shabha ( House of people ) and Rajya Sabha ( counsil of state ) duke of Connaught laid the foundation stone in the year 1921.it took 6 years to complete and was inaugurated by then governor general Lord Irwin .
- India Gate: The India gate was built by Sir Edwin lutyens in the memory of of Indian soldiers who died in first world war The Total height of gateway is 42 meters and 13 meters wide.
- Lotus Temple : Lotus Temple also a Baháʼí House of Worship was committed on December 1986. Famous for its lotus flower like shape, it is a noticeable attraction in the city
Day 02: Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur (250 Kms)
Early Morning visit Tajmahal in sunrise view (Tajmahal is closed every Friday), After breakfast check out your hotel and visit Agra fort and then after drive to jaipur, on the way visit fatehpur sikri-Akbar old capity visit shrine of sheikh salim chisti, palace of jodha bai, panch mahal and various attraction, then drive to Jaipur, on arrival Jaipur check-into hotel, overnight stay at hotel in Jaipur.
- Taj Mahal (sunrise view) :
The second day will start early in the morning because you have to enjoy the beauty of India which is also known as the symbol of love. The Tajmahal is built up of ivory marbles which gives a glowing effect during the sunrise. The sunrise is the combination of the different colours and when it falls on the structure then it looks mesmerizing. So, for such reasons, people prefer to view Tajmahal early in the morning.
The monument is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna where you can get the impression if the monument.
- Agra Fort : Agra Fort, also known as Red Fort. The red sandstone situated on the bank of Yamuna River was built by the Mughal emperor Akbar with an intensity for both a royal residence and a military base. The structure reveals the architectural greatness of the Mughal period of influence in India. The fort was chosen a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983. Also explore various structures, such as – the Moti Masjid Diwan I Aam ,Diwan I khas and Musanman Burj, where Shah Jahan was kept and restrained by his son, Aurangzeb and passed on.
- Fatehpur Sikri : Fatehapur sikri was the victory capital of the Mughals.
Greatly preserved red sandstone, which is also known as a ghost town and was the alienated capital of Mughal Emperor Akbar. The fort was built in 1569 and abandoned when its water source failed. There are lots of interesting things to see in Fatehpur Sikri right from the Buland Darwaja, the main entrance of this deserted place, to the Tomb of Shaikh Salim Chisti. Fatehpur Sikri is one of the great historic monuments, which is everlasting and has truly received the position of a world heritage site.
Day 03: Jaipur – Delhi (260 Kms)
After breakfast, start sightseeing Ttur of Jaipur at 08:00 a.m. with our tour guide. Explore stunning Amer Fort with enthralling elephant ride, Hawa Mahal, drive past Jal Mahal. Enjoy mouth watering lunch, later visit Jantar Mantar, City Palace. Enjoy shopping in Jaipur ( handloom paradise of india ) . In the evening drive to Delhi, transfer to hotel or Airport with sweet memories of tour.
- Amber Fort :Amber Fort, a brilliant example of Mughal and Hindu architecture. Roosted on a peak, this fortress makes a dazzling appearance in the Maota Lake. Enjoy an elephant ride while coming back from the fortification and thoroughly enjoy an all-encompassing view of the city
- Hawa Mahal :Hawa Mahal, otherwise called the Palace of the Wind, the pink shaded structure highlights a five-storied façade and 953 windows with striking carvings.
- Jal Mahal : Once a shooting hotel of the Maharajas, the Jal Mahal or the Water Palace present an incredible sight.
- Jantar Mantar :Jantar Mantar or the Royal Observatory is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and comprises of an assortment of galactic instruments to follow the occasions occurring in the space
- City Palace :City Palace brings a significant part of the notoriety for Jaipur. Limited by enormous seizing dividers, the enchanting royal residence depicts an ideal combination of the Mughal and Rajput engineering. The alluring adornment of the royal residence has kept the plentifulness of Rajputs alive.
Note:- This is only a suggested itinerary. We can customize it according to you flight arrival and departure schedule or as per you schedule.