Wishing to see what India has to offer you? Go through our Golden Triangle India Tours and you will not be disappointed. This tourist circuit is the most sought-after one in India. This is because it not only presents you with a charming introduction of India but also allows you to peek into its culture and heritage. Moreover, you can also engage in adventure and spirituality during the Golden Triangle Tour Packages in India.
This circuit lets you explore the alleys of North India, passing through three most sought-after tourists destinations of India, i.e. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. By getting your hands on our specially crafted Golden triangle India tours, you will be able to gaze at the finest specimens of architecture as well as several UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
These tours start from the National Capital, Delhi and show you the universality of the heart and soul of India. In Delhi, you can see the exquisite conglomerate of ancient and modern. Then, you will be heading towards the Pink City of Rajasthan, Jaipur. This city is well-known for extending the warmest hospitality to its guests along with treating them with royalty. Here, you can come across the royal lifestyle and colorful traditions and customs. You will also be visiting the magnificent forts and majestic palaces in Jaipur. Last but not least, Agra is the ending point of Golden Triangle Holidays. The City of Taj is famous worldwide for the marvelous architectural beauty of the Taj Mahal, which also happens to be the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Besides this, Agra also houses other monuments to amaze you.
That’s not the only feature of the Golden Triangle Vacation Packages. You can also get these tours customized according to your preferences and moreover, these tours also come in combination with other appealing cities of India such as Varanasi and Khajuraho, which will surely be an add-on to your knowledge of heritage and culture of India. Varanasi is the Spiritual Capital of India while Khajuraho is the architectural gem of India.
So, wait no more and choose from our huge collection of most popular Golden Triangle Tour Packages to make your vacations an extraordinary event.
|Popular Golden Triangle tour Packages in India||Day's / Night's||Base price / Person|
|The Golden Triangle Tour||06 Days / 05 Nights||$326|
|Golden triangle heritage tour||07 Days / 06 Nights||$501|
|Golden triangle tour with Varanasi||08 Days / 07 Nights||Price on request|
|Golden Triangle Vacation Package||07 Days / 06 Nights||Price on request|
|Golden Triangle Tour from Amritsar||12 Days / 11 Nights||Price on request|
|Golden triangle tour with Khajuraho||11 Days / 10 Nights||Price on request|
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The Golden Triangle is the most famous tourist circuit in India. It is formed by three popular tourist destinations of India – Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. These three cities form a shape of almost an equilateral triangle on the Indian map. The circuit covers about 720 km, each city being quite equidistant to each other at around 200 – 250 km. Moreover, all three are quite attractive in terms of culture and heritage and attracts tourists from all across the world throughout the year. That is why the circuit is known as the Golden Triangle.
The Golden Triangle comprises of three most-popular cities of India, i. e., Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Every city has something different to delight tourists. Have a look at the following list of tourist attractions in each city and decide according to your wish which one do you want to include in the tour itinerary.
The Indian cuisine is as diverse as the vistas of the country. The cuisine is a colorful palate, which delights everyone, irrespective of the tastes. Since India hosts the world’s largest population of vegetarians, tourists can choose from a wide variety of dishes. However, non-vegetarian dishes are also delicious and are prepared using different cooking styles and various spices. So, get ready to taste the mouth-watering savories in India.
Paranthas, Pani Puri, lassi, pav bhaji, raj kachori, aloo chaat, gajar ka halwa, jalebi, pakode, mutton korma, butter chicken, chhole bhature, biryani, kebab, aloo tikki, etc.
Petha, paranthas, Mughlai cuisine, dalmoth, dahi bhalla, tandoori chicken, jalebi, shawarma, paneer tikka, bedai, and many more.
Golgappe, pyaaz kachori, masala chai, samosa, jalebi, chhole bhature, mishri mawa, masala dosa, Uttapam, kathi roll, pav bhaji, omelet, lassi, chicken tikka, shrikhand, etc.
Before you set out on the most exciting trip of Golden Triangle India, get to know what all can you do in three different cities. All the three cities of India offer several things to do for tourists
All three cities comprising the Golden Triangle are situated quite close to each other and hence, observe the similar type of weather. However, Jaipur gets extremely hot during the summer season due to its proximity to the Thar Desert.
The best time to visit the Golden Triangle is from October – February, i.e., the winter season. During this period, the weather remains pleasant and hence, is suitable for travelling and sightseeing. On the contrary, the weather gets unbearably hot in all three cities during the summer season, which is observed from April to June. Similarly, the monsoon months, i.e. July – September are unfit for travelling as during this time, it rains heavily and there is higher humidity. Therefore, it is not possible to enjoy sightseeing and other outdoor activities.
In case you are in a mood for long vacations, you can opt for the tour packages in which the Golden Triangle is clubbed with different cities. The most popular cities to be clubbed with the tour are discussed below:
Generally referred to as the Spiritual Capital of India, Varanasi is a holy city in Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world. Tourists from all across the world flock to Varanasi to experience the culture and heritage of the city. Not only the city holds religious significance but it also has great historical importance. It is often believed that the one who visits this city, gets absolved of all the sins. The city is chock-full of tourist attractions in the form of temples, ghats, and monuments. Some of the most popular tourist places to visit in Varanasi are Vishwanath Temple, Tulsi Manas Temple, Dasashwamedh Ghat, Assi Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Harishchandra Ghat, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Jantar Mantar, Ramnagar Fort, St. Mary’s Church, etc. The evening ceremony of Ganga Aarti on the banks of River Ganges is a sight to behold.
Khajuraho group of monuments, situated in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh is a huge temple complex consisting of various Hindu and Jain temples. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Khajuraho is perceived as an architectural masterpiece in India. Built centuries ago, the temples feature sensuous and erotic carvings on the walls. That is why the temple complex is famous worldwide. Several invaders tried to destroy the site but failed and even today, the site manages to attract tourists from all corners of the world. Apart from these temples built by the Chandela dynasty, Khajuraho also offers tourists options of enjoying shopping and tasting local dishes. To be precise, the ancient town of Khajuraho gives an extraordinary experience to travelers.
The famous city of Amritsar in Punjab is another one that tourists can get clubbed with the Golden Triangle Tour. The city is highly significant for Sikhs. Several pilgrims from all over the world head towards the city to offer prayers in Amritsar Temple. Besides gurudwara, some other tourist places to visit in Amritsar are Wagah Border, Jallianwala Bagh, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum, etc. These places highlight the city’s connection with history. Moreover, the city is popular among people for its heroic character and mouth-watering delicacies such as chhole bhature, lassi, Amritsari kulcha, paranthe, etc.
Also known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur is one amongst the most-visited places in Rajasthan. Surrounded by the beautiful Aravalli Hills on all sides, Udaipur is the crown jewel of Rajasthan. The city is full of palaces, mansions, temples, and lakes. The architecture of the city is truly breathtaking. Owing to the scenic natural beauty, Udaipur is referred to by different names. Some of the most popular ones are Jewel of Mewar and Venice of the East. Another reason for the popularity of this ancient city is that it shelters the world’s most romantic hotel, i.e., the Taj Lake Palace. Other major tourist attractions of the city are City Palace, Lake Pichola, Vintage Car Museum, Sajjangarh Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, etc.
Well-known for the Ranthambore National Park, Ranthambore is a notable region in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Ranthambore National Park is one of the best and oldest national parks in the country. Spread across an area of 392 sq. km, the park is blessed with a wide variety of flora and fauna. The park has as many as 40 species of mammals, 320 species of birds, and 35 species of reptiles. The major attraction of the park is the Royal Bengal Tiger. Besides the wildlife, the region has a fort by the same name, which contains various temples dedicated to different Hindu and Jain deities. In all, the region is a must-visit place for nature lovers, history buffs, and wildlife enthusiasts.