Golden Triangle is the most popular and visited circuit of India that includes cities of Agra, Delhi and Jaipur located roughly at 250 kms from each other and forming a triangle on Indian map with respect to its locations. The circuit is well connected by road, buses and trains with fast trains like Shatabdi Express. The New Express Highway between Delhi and Agra have shortened the travel time to 2-3 hours only.
Most of the foreign tourists likes to land into Delhi, spend couple of days here, explore the city and then travel southwards towards the land of Taj and then west to the Pink city of India - Jaipur.
Depending upon the number of days you can spare out from your hectic worklife, you can extend the tour to add Khajuraho, Varanasi further to Agra, or connect Ranthambore if you are a wildlife enthusiast or may be visit the popular camel fair at Pushkar held in November.
Many of the tourists also connect the serene Golden Temple with this trip. Off late this circuit have become pretty popular with the domestic tourists from South India also. This circuit reflects the grandeur, glory & history of the nation in true sense. So plan your trip to Golden Triangle and ask for all the customizations that you can imagine!
As you come at Delhi, you will be greeted genially & taken to a hotel help you in check-in process &
handed over all the trip related document. Daytime free to spend easing yourself up in the hotel.
Overnight stay in Delhi.
Day 02, Delhi - Agra by Road (204 kms):
Day two will begin with a drive to Agra (covering 204 kms.), the powerful city of Mughal dynasty. As
Mughal dynasty’s epicentre, there were several monuments built here by Akbar & other Mughal rulers
which are now listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Places. As you reach Agra, check into a hotel with
the assistance of our officials and enjoy an overnight stay in here.
Day 03, Agra Sightseeing:
You will be assisted a tasty breakfast at the start of the daytime after which you set out for a half day
exploring trip. The visitor attractions which you will be visiting are Agra Fort [which features the Diwan-
e-Khas, Jahangir’s Palace, Diwan-e-Aam, Sheesh Mahal (Palace of mirrors), Khas Mahal & Anguri Bagh,
Akbar’s tomb at Sikandra, well-manicured Ram Bagh Lawns, Dayal Bagh shrine & Jama Masjid. The main
visitor attraction remains Taj Mahal only which flawlessly tells the eternal love tale of Shahjahan and
Mumtaz Mahal. Overnight stay in Agra.
Day 04, Agra - Jaipur by Road (237 kms):
We venture out for Jaipur on the fourth day of the trip (traveling 237 kms via road). Jaipur is the capital
& major city of Rajasthan state & is also called Pink city because of the pink paint which was used to give
a different look to it before the visit of Prince of Wales.
Enroute there is a stopover at Fatehpur Sikri which was for some time the capital of Mughal imperium
under Akbar but later was abandoned by him because of water supply failure.
Have a look at the major gateway in the world here: The tomb of Sufi saint Sheikh Salim Chishti, Buland
Darwaza, & Jama Masjid.
Day 05, Jaipur Sightseeing:
Breakfast will be followed by a sightseeing tour of three forts of Jai Singh II: the Nahargarh Fort, the
Jaigarh fort and the Amber Fort (reached while riding on the elephant back dropping you at the fort
Thereafter, we go for lunch and continue to explore Jaipur by visiting famous landmarks like Jai Singh’s
Observatory which is an astronomical observatory and also called Jantar Mantar (meaning: calculation
instrument), Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds (a 5 floored structure with 935 windows) & museum in City
Day 06, Jaipur - Delhi by Road (258 kms):
Pick up from Jaipur & transact to Delhi (258 kms) after a fulfilling morning meal. Help on coming &
check-in a hotel on time to spend the day time at leisure. Peaceful night remains at the hotel.
Day 07, Delhi - Manali (570 kms):
You will be conveyed to Manali by a safe and comfortable 570 kms drive where you check in to a hotel
on your arrival. Feel natural beauty surrounding you from all sides as the town blushing in white and
blue color is the prettiest of places you would have ever visited in your life.
Day 08, Manali Sightseeing:
There are many spots to visit in Manali like the Tibetan Monastery, a freshly whole shrine dedicated to
Buddha (the creator of Buddhism) & beautiful Hadimba Devi shrine /Doongri shrine dedicated to
Hadimba Devi, wife of Bhima who was one of the 5 Pandavas in the epos Mahabharata.
Return to the hotel for a reposeful night remain after the exploring trip of the above-mentioned places.
Day 09, Manali:
Spend another day in the hill station Manali. After having breakfast, we take you to Rohtang Pass that
connects Kullu with valleys Lahaul & Spiti. Rohtang Pass is open for tourists from May to November only
because in other months it becomes freezing cold here.
Day 10, Manali - Shimla by Road (260 kms):
Check-out of the hotel after having breakfast which you will be driven to Shimla (the capital city of
Himachal Pradesh). Shimla had the status of being the seasonal capital town of British India due to it is
rights of relaxing environs & picture-perfect sights. Britishers established this spot further by making
grand making & these structures are now the reminders of British regal architectural finesse.
Day 11, Shimla:
ShimlaShimla is prominent for the panoramic sight of snow-covered hills. This pure white snow sheet makes
Shimla look like a divine abode. On this daytime, we take you out to travel this Edenic town starting with
Jakhoo Hill which is Shimla’s top point. Sunset & sunrise look very lovely when viewed from this hill. We
then visit former viceroy lodge which is now the Institute of Advanced Study and also Himachal State
Museum which showcases heritage and cultural riches of the state.
Day 12, Shimla - Delhi by Road (370 kms):
Post breakfast reaches Delhi via road covering a distance of 370 kms where you are transferred to a
hotel pre-booked for you. Ease for the entire daytime & sleep well at night having sweet dreams.
Day 13, Delhi:
Journey the capital city of India on daytime thirteenth post your morning teatime. India Gate (All India
War Memorial), Rajghat (Memorial of Mahatma Gandhi), & the neighbor posh buildings comprising
Rashtrapati Bhawan, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid (largest mosque in India), Lotus Temple (built in lotus-
like shape), Birla Temple/Laxmi Narayan Temple, and Red Fort & Chandni Chowk are the places worth
Day 14, Delhi:
Breakfast will be followed by a shopping spree in the colorful market places of Delhi. Return to the hotel
for an overnight stay.
Day 15, Departure Delhi:
Reach the airport in time to board the flight back home & take along with you memories of joyful
sightseeing with us.