Golden Triangle Tour Package Cost is based on min 2 paying person on sharing basis & includes following services :

Accommodation on DBL Sharing basis for 4 Nights at Delhi, Agra & Jaipur
Daily Breakfast in Hotels.
Air-conditoned Chauffeur driven
Standard Car for all transfers, sightseeing & long drives.
Driver batta, fuel, parking & all interstate taxes.
Local English speaking Guide for half day sightseeing each at Delhi & Agra & full day sightseeing of Jaipur .
01 bottle of mineral water per person per day with compliments from Golden Triangle India Tour Company.
All taxes on Hotels as on date

Govt. Service tax @ 2.58%.

Package Itinerary

Day 1Arrival In Delhi

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Arrive Delhi where a traditional welcome awaits you with Garlanding of Marigold flowers.
Our representative will assist you at the airport & will transfer to your pre-booked Hotel.
Delhi: Delhi has two distinct identities – the ‘Old’ Delhi and the ‘New’ Delhi. Old Delhi has the massive Red Fort (with a 300 year old city Shahjehanabad inside), the Jama Mosque, the crowded bazaars of Chandni Chowk and the cremation sites of various important political leaders like Mahatma Gandhi (Raj Ghat) & Jawaharlal Nehru (Shanti Path). New Delhi, the creation of the British rule in India, has the stately President’s House, Parliament House, India Gate and other Government buildings around.
Overnight stay at Hotel.


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Early morning Cold breakfast at hotel.
Later transfer to Railway Station to board train for Gwalior (Breakfast will be served on board).
Arrive Gwalior & transfer to Usha Kiran Palace.
Gwalior : Gwalior has always been an important city because of its strategic location between North India and the Deccan Plateau. Hence many dynasties tried to claim this land including the mighty Mughals and Marathas. Before them, the city was the stronghold of the Huns from Central Asia, the Kachhwaha Rajputs, the Pratihars, the Slave Dynasty of Delhi Sultanate, and the Tomars—of whom the most important king was Raja Man Singh (1486-1517). The Marathas under Madho Rao Scindia, the last dynasty to rule the city before Independence, restored Gwalior to its former glory. The imposing Jai Vilas Palace, situated below the hilltop Gwalior fort, is proof of the Scindia sway over the city.
Morning at leisure to relax & unwind.
Afternoon proceed for Gwalior sightseeing visiting Gwaliro Fort & Sas Bahu Temple.
This fort is situated at Gopachal, nearly 100m above the town of Gwalior. It's width ranges from nearly 1km, to less than 200m. The walls, which encircle the fort, are solid and nearly 10m high. In places the cliff overhangs and elsewhere it has been clipped to make it steep and hence unscalable. It earned the reputation of being North and Central India's most impregnable fort. Babur described the fort as, "The pearl amongst fortresses in India". The fort also enjoys the advantage of an unlimited water supply, as there are many water tanks on the plateau.
Evening free to explore the colorful markets of Gwalior. You can also enjoy "Tonga" or "Rickshaw ride" through the bustling streets of Gwalior
Optional : Late evening You can vist the Oftr again to witness the Sound & Light show at Gwalior Fort Dinner & overnight at hotel.


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Buffet breakfast at hotel.
Morning visit the Jai Vilas Palace & Museum
Jai Vilas Palace, the current residence of the Scindia family is an Italianate structure combining the Tuscan and Corinthian architectural modes. About 35 of the rooms have been converted into the Scindia Museum. The main durbar hall is impressive. The Jai Vilas Palace is an opulent Italianate structure, set in carefully laid lawns. Built in 1809, this palace was designed by Lt. Col. Sir Michael Filose. A splendor of a different kind exists in the Jai Vilas Palace, current residence of the Scindia family. In these rooms, so evocative of a regal lifestyle, the past comes alive.
Interesting facts: The imposing Durbar Hall has two central chandeliers, weighing a couple of tonnes, and hung only after ten elephants had tested the strength of the roof. Ceilings picked out in gilt, heavy draperies and tapestries, fine Persian carpets, and antique furniture from France and Italy are some of its features.
Treasures : Eye catching treasures include: a silver train with cut glass wagons which served guests as it chugged around the table on miniature rails; a glass cradle from Italy used for the baby Krishna on each Janmashtami, silver dinner services and swords that were once worn by Emperors Aurangzeb and Shah Jahan. These are, besides, personal mementoes of past members of the Scindia family: the jeweled slippers that belonged to Chinkoo Rani, four-poster beds, gifts from practically every country in the world, hunting trophies and portraits. The Scindia Museum offers an unparalled glimpse into the rich culture and lifestyle of princely India.
Afternoon leave for Agra (128kms/2hrs309min drive).
Arrive Agra & transfer to Hotel.
Agra : Agra was the seat of the imperial Mughal court during the 16th and the 17th centuries, before the capital was shifted to Delhi. It has been witness to the greatest gift of love – Taj Mahal, being created by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan for his deceased beloved queen – Mumtaz Mahal. Agra houses other beautiful monuments also like the Agra Fort, Sikandra and Itimad-ud-Daulah.
Overnight stay at Hotel.


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Breakfast at Hotel.
Today start the sightseeing of Agra City
Morning visit Taj Mahal. This grand edifice, built by the Shah Jahan in 1631 to enshrine the remains of his Queen Mumtaz Mahal, took 17 years and 20,000 workers to build. Walk into the inner chambers of this renowned “Monument to Love,” and seek out several vantage points to see the magnificent play of light. When the nearby Yamuna River is high, the reflection of the Taj in its waters is as clear and vivid as the real thing.
Return back to Hotel for Lunch.
Afternoon visit the impressive Agra Fort. This immense Fort & Palace was the seat of power for four generations of Mughal Emperors; they ruled all of northern India from the early 16th century until the consolidation by British colonial rule in the early 1800s. Agra Fort’s architecture is an almost perfect fusion between military might and lavish beauty.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.


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Buffet breakfast at hotel.
Morning check out of Hotel & drive to Bharatpur (55 kms/1hr30 drive) with en-route photo-shoot from outside of Fatehpur Sikri. This stylish red sandstone capital was built by Akbar, the great Mughal Emperor, in gratitude to a local saint – Sheikh Salim Chishti who announced that the childless Akbar would be blessed with a son very soon. The important buildings like Diwan–e-khaas, Diwan–e-aam and Pachhisi are worth visiting
Arrive Bharatpur & check in at Hotel.
Afternoon enjoy a Rickshaw ride inside the Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Bird Sanctuary).

Keoladeo Ghana National Park:
A World Heritage Site regarded as one of the world’s most important bird sanctuaries. This once-arid scrubland was first developed by the Bharatpur rulers in the mi 18th century by diverting the waters of a nearby irrigation canal to create a private duck reserve. Today the Park spreads over 29 sq km of wetlands, and attracts a wide variety of migrant and water birds that fly in each winter from places as distant as Siberia.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.


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Buffet breakfast at hotel.
Later check out of Hotel & drive to Jaipur (181 kms / 4h00).
Arrive Jaipur & check in at Hotel
Jaipur, the colourful capital of a richly colourful state, is a highly distinctive planned city, made all the more attractive by the pink wash that most buildings are periodically given. The important monuments worth visiting are Amber Fort - the Kachhawaha citadel until 1727, when their capital moved to Jaipur. The City Palace - which has been home to the rulers of Jaipur since the first half of the 18th century. The Observatory - built in the 17th century by the founder of Jaipur – Maharaja Jai Singh. Hawa Mahal – an elaborate building encrusted with delicate honeycomb screens and carved balconies from behind which the royal ladies could watch the market activities below.
This afternoon, you enjoy a sightseeing tour of Jaipur, known as the “Pink City” for the rosy hue of its sandstone buildings. First, visit Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) from outside. This is actually not a palace, but rather a facade of 953 airy windows used by the ladies of the palace to watch the outside world without being watched. Next comes the Jantar Mantar, a remarkable astronomical and astrological observatory built in the 18th century. The giant sundials here are still accurate to two-tenths of a second! Later visit City Palace Complex complex which is the most important landmark with its numerous outbuildings, courtyards, impressive gateways and temples. The Museum here is filled with an array of textiles, arms, carpets, paintings and manuscripts.
Overnight stay at Hotel.


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Morning breakfast at Hotel.
Today proceed for tour of Amer Fort - Set in a picturesque location, Amer is a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Built in the 16th century by Raja Man Singh, it sprawls on the hillside. Built in red sandstone and white marble, the palace complex has some very interesting apartments, the likes of which are not to be found anywhere else in the country. Jai Mandir, Sheesh Mahal, Sukh Niwas and Ganesh Pole are the prominent areas of interest. The highlight of this trip is the elephant ride up the ramparts of the fort just like the Maharajas of the yesteryears did.
Return back to Jaipur city enroute photo shoot stop at Jal Mahal & Hawa Mahal
Lunch at Hotel.
Afternoon explore the colorful markets of Jaipur where you can also enjoy Rickshaw ride.
Evening a visit to the illuminated Birla Temple which also referred as “Laxmi Narayan Temple”
Overnight stay at Hotel.


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Breakfast at Hotel.
Later check out of Hotel & drive to Delhi (260 kms / 5h00).
Arrive Delhi & transfer to local Restaurant for Lunch.
Proceed for an orientation tour of Delhi visiting Rajghat - the cremation site of Mahatma Gandh; Qutab Minar ; 234-foot-high tower built in 12th century which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, drive past India Gate, President House & Govt Buildings Late Evening transfer to Airport to board flight for back home.
In case you have next day morning flight, you can opt to stay overnight in Hotel with in time transfer to Airport next day with assistance.

Additional Information

The Tour cost does not include any Entrance fees at the monuments, any meal except for Breakfast, expences of personal nature viz portrage, tips, beverages & insurance etc.
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