Golden Triangle: Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-Delhi
For those who are restricted by time or other considerations for having long holidays. But still who wants to combine and explore more about India within a short period. so, here we Himalayan Leaders are proud to offer this romantic tours program Golden Triangle tour. However, this is one of the most popular tourist circuits in India.
This tour presents the true color of India with Delhi, a rich tapestry of contrasts that is characteristic of this complex land, Agra, the zenith of art & an enshrined romance, and Jaipur – exuberant with color for enjoying North India’s fascinating cultural heritage. The combination of all the three cities presents the potpourri of India. Delhi is the harmonious amalgamation of the capital of the country. The country feels with its entire historic splendor, the soft romanticism that you can feel at amazing Agra. As well as the fierce magnificence of the Rajasthan desert presents India at its best.
For centuries the golden triangle has beckoned travelers from different parts of the world to India. The sights, sounds, smells, and savors besides the souvenirs from each holiday destination of the Golden Triangle are enchanting. As it is the metro of Delhi with its rich past, firstly we take the royal retreat at Jaipur. And then we visit the romantic Agra with the unique monument of love – the Taj Mahal.
Edwin Lutyens the world famous architect would have never set his mind on designing New Delhi and the famed Connaught Place shopping center. Modern Delhi has something for every one that is reflected in the cosmopolitan culture that nurtures festivals of all faiths, religions and places of worship. Delhi sightseeing, Red fort, Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat and Gate of India.
We continue our journey to the Western part of Delhi. We stop for lunch on half way. Forts, palaces, architectural marvels and tales of velour, all in their own way, bear testimony to the glory that Jaipur is and was just after it was conceived by Sawai Jai Singh in 1727. Jaipur was the first planned city in northern India.
We stop for lunch on the way.We continue our journey to Agra via Fatepur Sikri. So, called the ghost city. Fatepur Sikri straddles the crest of a rocky ridge, 37km south west of Agra. Built between 1569 and 1585 by Great Moghul emperor Akbar.
Agra sightseeing: Agra the river Yamuna flows through it for five Kos and on either bank are delighted villas and pleasant stretches of meadows. Filled with people from every country, Agra is the crossroads of the world. His Majesty Akbar has built a fort of red sandstone, the like of which travllers have nerver recorded. Taj Mahal, Red Fort and Sikandra are the main spot can be worth to visit. Overnight hotel in Agra