Golden Triangle Tour With Pushkar
Delhi – Agra – Delhi
Golden Triangle Tour offers an ideal prologue to the nation by covering three significant spots of India Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Visiting Pushkar, which is acclaimed for its Pushkar Camel Fair is an additional excursion in this tour. The tour package allows you to appreciate the splendid architectural abilities alongside making a trip to a pilgrimage site which is considered as a perfect destination to visit at least once in a lifetime. So hurry up just a bit, pack your bags and get ready for a Golden Triangle Tour with Pushkar that will give you recollections to be appreciated until the end of time.
Day 1: Delhi
Upon landing in Delhi air terminal, meet our staff who will assist you and transfer to the hotel. Complete the registration formalities while check-in the hotel and unwind.
Delhi – Delhi will always be in mind whenever you plan a trip to India. Various spots to visit make the capital region a most loved place. The engravings of different rulers can plainly experience here.
Visit several places at leisure like – Lotus Temple a tranquil place to get serenity, India Gate a memorial for soldiers that died in the World War or Old Delhi, where you can explore various interesting things.
Stay overnight at the hotel in Delhi.
Day 2: Delhi sightseeing tour
Start the day with a healthy breakfast. Post this, prepare to explore the charms of Delhi. You will visit Raj Ghat, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and the Parliament house. The evening is free to appreciate the shopping centers of New Delhi.
Raj Ghat – Dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi – the ‘Father of Nation’, the dark marble stage features where Gandhi Ji was incinerated.
Humayun’s 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.
Qutub Minar – One of the notorious attractions of Delhi, Qutub Minar is the tallest brick minaret on the planet.
Akshardham Temple – One of the superb architectures of Indian craftsmen, the temple was built utilizing red sandstone.
Enjoy your overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 3: Delhi – Agra
Enjoy your breakfast in the morning and leave the hotel to head towards Agra. After arriving in Agra, enter into the pre-chosen hotel and loosen up for some time. Later on, get ready for the Agra city tour. For the duration of the day, you will cover top-traveler places like Agra Fort, Jama Masjid, Mehtab Bagh, and Itimad-Ud-Daulah.
Agra Fort – Nestled on the right edge of River Yamuna, the Agra Fort is tremendous stronghold incorporating whole city inside its walls.
Itimad-Ud-Daulah – The tomb is a Mughal mausoleum in Agra. Often referred as a “jewel box”, sometimes it is also called the “Baby Taj”, it is regularly considered as a draft of the Taj Mahal.
Mehtab Bagh – It is a beautiful Mughal garden with trees and flowers well preserved. The garden lies north of the Taj Mahal and opposite side of the river Yamuna. Must enjoy the sunset here!
Later explore the arts and craft cultures of the city, visit its markets, which will be great spots that shows the skills and craftsmanship that was used to construct the Taj Mahal and also very educational on the stones and marble used. A wide range of attractive hand crafted pieces presented for purchase.
Back to the hotel to stay overnight.
Day 4: Agra – Jaipur
Get up early and refresh yourself to go out for a sunrise trip and see the most awaited charm of your excursion – Taj Mahal. It was built by the great Mughal Emperor Shajahan for his lovely wife Mumtaz. To build it, the most talented architects, inlay craftsmen, calligraphers, stone-carvers and masons were invited from all over the world. It is assumed that the most skilled workmen who had worked on the Taj Mahal were ordered to cut off one hand after the construction was completed so that they could never create this work ever.
Return to the hotel to enjoy a healthy breakfast. After that, leave the hotel to move towards Jaipur. On arrival, enter into the pre-booked hotel and take a rest. Soon after move to visit different attractions of the city – Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, and the Nahargarh Fort.
Jaigarh Fort – A haven for history buffs and architectural lovers, the Jaigarh Fort reflects splendid aptitudes of the craftsmen of the past time.
Hawa Mahal – Also called the Palace of Winds, the Hawa Mahal gloats of an unmistakable five-stored outside with 953 little windows.
Jal Mahal – Once a shooting hotel of the Maharajas, the Jal Mahal or the Water Palace present an incredible sight.
Nahargarh Fort – Nahargarh Fort presents all encompassing perspectives of the city. A fascinating legend about the soul of a ruler is related to the fort and entertains the guests.
Enjoy your overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 5: Jaipur – Pushkar
The Golden Triangle Tour with Pushkar begins with an outing to the Amer Fort. Have a great time with a ride on the elephant. Go through the rest of the day, visiting other best places of Jaipur like the Jantar Mantar the royal observatory, the City Palace the Central Museum and art & crafts markets.
Amer Fort – Inscribed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Amer Fort is settled on a slope. Overlooking the Maota Lake, the stronghold is a worth to visit.
City Palace – The City Palace includes an intricate which is huge to the point that it covers one-seventh of the walled city.
Jantar Mantar – This is an astronomical observatory site that consists 13 architectural astronomy instruments. It was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1724.
The Jaipur is also famous for handicrafts in the world. The artists and craftsmen have modelled these handicrafts into tempting objects of art, which will definitely beautify your home. Purchasing these handicrafts from the traditional bazaars and famous markets of the city is a most amazing activity to enjoy here. Some handicrafts available for home décor while others can be used regularly in your home.
When finished with discovering all the attractions, hit the way to Pushkar. On arrival, enter into the pre-booked hotel and stay overnight at the hotel in Pushkar.
Day 6: Pushkar
On this day, continue to the Pushkar tour. Visit the Pushkar Lake, Apteshwar Temple, Varaha temple, and the Brahma temple. While visiting Pushkar in November, you can appreciate the Pushkar Fair, which is a mainstream fascination of the holy city and draws a ton of visitors from everywhere throughout the world.
Pushkar Lake – The blessed lake is a pilgrimage site for the Hindus and is known for numerous temples and ghats.
Apteshwar Temple – An ideal spot to absorb the otherworldliness.
Varaha Temple – Featuring stone carvings, statues, and segments, the Varaha Temple is an antiquated Hindu altar.
Pushkar Sunset – it’s time to head out for an incredible camel safari in Pushkar and explore its beauty. Get a chance to discover the rural India and visit the farmland ,traditional villas well .enjoy a camel ride in the sand dune and watch the glorious sunset .
Brahma Temple – One and only temple of Lord Brahma, which is devoted to the maker and destroyer of the world.
Pushkar Fair – A yearly social fete and domesticated animals fair, which goes on for a long time. It is held in Pushkar in the long stretch of November consistently.
Back to the hotel to spend the night.
Note: If you are looking for a trip during October – November then you can also be a part of the Pushkar famous fair which is a multi-day event.