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Golden Triangle with Amritsar

Delhi – Agra – Delhi

Incredible Golden Triangle Tour – the most astounding outing allowing you to taste the flavorsome dishes, be a part of lively societies, know the antiquated past of stunning Indian and others. This brilliant tour takes the visitors on an excursion of three awesome spots of north India specifically Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. This voyaging routine highlights daring strongholds, brilliance mansions and great chronicled landmarks. Covering the three brilliant spots is an unmistakable entryway to the eyes of a few craftsmanship, structure and history. It genuinely offers a genuine kind of India. The tour is one opportunity to look the changed parts of India.

Golden Triangle Tour with Amritsar will take to explore some well-known cities  like Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, and Amritsar. The 10-day trip is the most amazing trip and you can encounter the energetic culture, antiquated history and extraordinary delicacy all in a solitary outing.

Visit the historical places in Delhi, wonder about the glorious Taj Mahal in Agra and explore the imperial royal residences in the recently prescribed legacy city Jaipur. Respect the building greatness that mirrors the mixed ability of the Hindu, Mughal and Parsi designers. Appreciate beautiful Rajasthani culture while enjoying a customary dish. Also, the trip will take you to the sacrosanct city Amritsar where you can visit the Golden Temple, the ‘World-renowned hub of Sikhs’ and other Sikh holy places. Pay a tribute to the honest survivors of the Jallianwala Bagh slaughter. Spend your evening at the Wagah Border to observe the flag retreat between two neighboring nations India and Pakistan. What else is required for an unforgettable getaway? Join this 10 days/9 nights tour and enjoy a great excursion.

Day 1: Arrival in Delhi
On your landing in the IGI air terminal in Delhi, our agent will meet you and escort you to the hotel. Go through the day unwinding at your hotel or visit the close by attractions. Go for a stroll along the boulevards to be acquainted with the various cultures of Delhi. You can also visit India Gate, Lotus Temple, Bangla Sahib, to enjoy some time. Another enjoyment option is taking a rickshaw ride in the Old Delhi. This part of Delhi gives the spirit of the medieval time, even now a day.

After the sightseeing, return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay!

Day 2: Delhi Sightseeing
Have a healthy breakfast and leave with your guide for Delhi sightseeing. You will begin the day by visiting the Akshardham Temple. This is a wonderfully decorated place of worship in the core of the city, committed to devotion, learning and harmony. Next, you will visit the Qutub Minar. The 73-meter tall pinnacle constructed by Qutbuddin Aibak is a World Heritage Site. From here, you will go towards the north and drive past the Parliament House and Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House).  Pay a tribute to the “Father of the Nation” Mahatma Gandhi at Raj Ghat.

By afternoon, you will reach CP (Connaught Place), a shopping center in Delhi.

Get into one of the numerous eateries and have your lunch. Post lunch, you can explore the market for quite a while. From there on, you will make a beeline for India Gate, a war remembrance built to honor the martyrs of the British-Indian armed forces. From India Gate, head to one more historical site, Humayun’s Tomb. Here the incomparable Mughal emperor Humayun was put down to rest.

After the excursion, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 3: Delhi to Agra by road
Today morning, after breakfast, you will leave for Agra by car. Yamuna expressway is the best way if you want to drive from Delhi to Agra as it takes 3 hours only to reach. On arrival, enter into the hotel and take some rest. Soon, get ready to visit I’timād-ud-Daulah a wonderful marble tomb, which was built for Mirza Ghias Beg, the father of Mughal queen Nur Jahan. Mirza Ghias Beg got the honor of Itimad-ud-Daulah means “pillar of the state” during his period at the Mughal court. It was constructed between 1622 and 1628 AD.

After sightseeing in Itimad-ud-Daulah, continue your trip to Agra Fort. This immense fort was built during 1565-1573 by Mughal Emperor Akbar. It offers a number of interesting things to its travelers to see and explore. Being a world heritage site, it is located at a distance of 2.5 km from famous monument, the Taj Mahal.

If time allows you in the evening, then explore the markets of the city and discover popular things of Agra like – marble works. A most interesting fact you should know that the city is a home of one of the finest stone works, which is done very carefully. Visit to explore its marble factory, where hundreds of craftsmen work together with creative freedom. Luckily, the artisans still pass on their techniques and skills to upcoming generations. Meet some of their descendants and get knowledge about how these stone inlays are made. The artisans create some of the best designs of stones and make us spell-bound with their creative skills.

Get back to your hotel and stay overnight after dinner.

Day 4: Agra to Jaipur
The itinerary is motivating as you are going to see the most wonderful image of adoration. An early morning rise will remunerate you with the dazzling views of the glorious Taj Mahal enhanced delightfully with the principal beams of the sun. Appreciate the encapsulation of affection promptly toward the beginning of the day and respect the magnificence of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Twenty thousand bricklayers and craftsmen labored for a long time to develop this white marble landmark. Spend a few hours here and come back to the hotel for breakfast.

From that point, leave the hotel and drive towards Jaipur, which takes four hours to reach. The city is globally famous for its glorious history, superb palaces, pink structures and colorful markets. On the way, enjoy a stopover at Fatehpur Sikri, the relinquished Mughal town. Fatehpur Sikri is an incredible place for history buffs. The spot is spotted with a few Mughal architectural ponders. Visit Buland Darwaza built by Akbar to remember his triumph over Gujrat. Also, explore Jodha Bai Palace, Birbal Palace, and Panch Mahal. Afterwards, continue your trip to Jaipur. On arrival in the city, enter into the hotel and take a rest.

Day 5: Jaipur Sightseeing
Enjoy your morning meal and move for Jaipur sightseeing. First visit the City Palace. Situated in the core of Jaipur, City Palace is an ideal symbol of Rajput and Mughal design. Meander around the wonderfully enlivened patios and explore the buildings like Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal inside the castle complex. Aside from designing, enjoy the wonderful gardens and amazing yards. Get a look at illustrious outfits and Rajput weapons in the historical center of Chandra Mahal.

Now move to Nahargarh Fort built on the Aravalli Hills, offers the complete view of the Jaipur city. Like Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh was also once formed to create a strong defense system for the city. The fort was previously known as sudarshangarh, but now it became Nahargarh, which symbolizes ‘abode of tigers’.

Next, explore Jantar Mantar the royal observatory, which was constructed in 1728 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. The observatory is the largest one in India. UNESCO listed it in the World Heritage Sites in July 2010. Jantar Mantar word derived from Sanskrit, which means “Instrument” and Calculations.

After exploring the sites, back to your hotel and stay comfortably overnight.

Day 6: Jaipur City Tour
Start the day with a healthy breakfast and go out to enjoy the regal quintessence of Jaipur. Visit 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.

Your next visit is the Hawa Mahal. There are 953 little windows on the external divider that gives the royal residence a honeycomb-like shape. The castle was developed by Sawai Pratap Singh. The five-storied structure served as ladies’ chambers permitting the royal ladies to enjoy a view of the day by day life in the city.

In the evening, visit art and craft markets of Jaipur, which will remind you the city’s ancient artworks and can be a perfect souvenir to take home. World famous stone carving sculptures are popular souvenir in Jaipur, that will make you surprise through its design, color and work. Zari, Zardozi, work on silver jewelry, Jaipur miniature paintings, Minakari, Kundan, Gotta Kinari, blue pottery, Tarkashi, Ivory carvings, are other significant art forms to notice in the city.

After sightseeing, back to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 7: Jaipur To Delhi And Then Delhi To Amritsar By Flight
Today morning, have your morning meal and leave the hotel for Amritsar sightseeing. You will be taken by car/flight/train as per your choice of comfortable. The car takes 11 hours, train takes 14 hours and flight takes almost 2 hours to reach Amritsar. On arrival, enter into the hotel  and enjoy the rest of the day at your recreation.

Day 8: Amritsar Tour
The tour will take you to the universe of harmony and otherworldliness. Start the day by visiting the Golden Temple. The peaceful atmosphere of the heavenly temple stimulates and rouses individuals towards a positive methodology. After exploring the great temple of the Sikhs, head to the Jallianwala Bagh, the notable site where British General Michael Dyer discharged slugs on the tranquil social affair of unarmed individuals. Visit the commemoration house built to pay tribute to the slaughter casualties. You can still watch the projectile stamps on the wall of the garden. At night, visit the Wagah Border to observe the raving march by the fighters from the two India and Pakistan. The motorcade goes on for 45 minutes and finishes with bringing down the flags of both the nations which are named ‘flag Retreat’.

After excursion, back to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 9: Amritsar to Delhi (Departure)
End your excursion with a delightful breakfast in Amritsar. After this, you will be moved to the railway station to board the train to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi, you will be dropped to the Delhi air terminal to continue your trip to the last destination.jaipur to delhi and than delhi to amritsqr by flight ✈