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Golden Triangle Tour: A Voyage through India’s Heartland (6 nights)

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Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Delhi

Discover the soul of India with our immersive Golden Triangle Tour. Journey through the historic cities of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, where every step tells a story of grandeur, glory, and vibrant history.     

If you are a first-time visitor to India, this tour presents an unparalleled introduction to the rich heritage of the country, stitching together the unique flavours of three of its most fascinating cities. Embark on an unforgettable journey as you experience a seamless blend of ancient and modern worlds, royal grandiosity, and local charms, all wrapped into one spectacular itinerary. 

Delhi > Agra > Jaipur > Delhi   

Single room (1 person)

£1,256

Double room (2-person occupancy)

£1,555

Twin room (2-person occupancy)

£1,555

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1:Arrive Delhi

Upon your arrival in Delhi from your flight, a warm welcome awaits you. Our team will be on hand to greet and assist, ensuring a smooth transfer to your hotel. Relax and enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2:Delhi Sightseeing

Following breakfast, embark on a captivating sightseeing tour of Old and New Delhi.
You will arrive in Delhi, a city of mystery, magic, and mayhem, known as the City of Djinns, bustling with 25 million people. Resembling an eastern Rome, the capital of India is adorned with remnants of lost empires. Over time, armies have left their mark on this vast canvas, imprinting their identity on the city before vanishing into the debris of history. Modern Delhi combines medieval fortifications, Mughal mausoleums, dusty bazaars, colonial-era town planning, and colossal malls.
Accompanied by your guide, venture into the walled city of Old Delhi—a microcosm of life in the metropolis. Exchange your coach for a cycle rickshaw and enjoy a delightful ride through the narrow lanes of the 300-year-old Chandni Chowk market. This bustling market offers an extraordinary variety of items, from silver and jewellery to aromatic spices, leather goods, and fresh produce. Apothecaries sell homegrown medicinal items, while roadside dentists display their intriguing array of equipment and false teeth. This lively experience is an excellent introduction to the organised chaos that defines quintessential India.
Disembark at the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in the city, Shah Jahan’s final architectural legacy. Originally named Masjid-I-Jahannum, meaning “The mosque commanding a view of the world,” its construction began in 1644 and was completed in 1658. Admire its three grand gateways, four angle towers, and two minarets standing 40 meters high, constructed with alternating vertical strips of red sandstone and white marble.
Continue your journey with a tour of New Delhi, starting with Humayun’s Tomb, India’s earliest example of Mughal architecture. Recently renovated, the mausoleum boasts restored gardens and working fountains, presenting a visually appealing site. Architecturally inspired by styles prevalent in Samarkand, the design of the Taj Mahal draws from this tomb.
Drive past Rajpath (Kingsway), the impressive approach to New Delhi, where the Republic Day parade unfolds every 26th January, attracting millions of spectators. Witness India Gate, the national war memorial, at the eastern end of Rajpath, and glimpse Rashtrapati Bhawan, the official residence of the President of India, standing at the opposite end.
Continue your exploration of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, the temple of Sikh followers. Known for their distinctive look with beards and turbans, Sikhs believe in one God and the philosophy of “sevak” or rendering social services. Experience the unique “Langar” or community kitchen, where every member considers it an honour to contribute by cooking Indian bread and curry to feed the underprivileged.
Conclude your day with an overnight stay at the hotel, enriched by the diverse and vibrant experiences of Old and New Delhi.

Day 3:Delhi To Agra by road (04 Hrs Drive)

Today, in the morning, post breakfast, embark on a surface journey from Delhi to Agra.
Upon arrival, smoothly check in at your hotel.
Explore the historic Red Fort and the iconic Taj Mahal in the afternoon.
The current Red Fort structure stands on the grounds of a 14th-century fort occupied by the Lodi Sultans of Delhi. When Mughal Emperor Akbar asserted dominance in Northern India, he initiated the fort’s reconstruction, transforming it into a splendid fort palace. His son and grandson completed the project, showcasing the Mughals’ prowess in seamlessly blending defensive and decorative architectural elements.
Adorned with rich marble and mosaic, a part of this fort served as the place where Shah Jahan spent his final years, confined by his son Aurangzeb. His private quarters, where he was held captive, offer a mesmerising view of the Taj Mahal across the Yamuna River.
As the sun sets, visit the breathtaking mausoleum immortalising the name of Shah Jahan’s last wife, Mumtaz Mahal, known as the “light of the palace.” Constructed by Indian and neighbouring Islamic artisans, it has been aptly described by the poet laureate Tagore as “A tear on the face of eternity.” Adorned with a mosaic of semi-precious stones and Persian calligraphy depicting verses from the Koran, the mausoleum holds significant importance as a pilgrimage site, considering the empress died in childbirth, rendering her a martyr—the mosque and cenotaph chamber witnessed constant prayers and recitations from the Koran.
Conclude your day with an overnight stay at the hotel, soaking in the history and magnificence of Agra.

Day 4:Agra To Jaipur by road – Enroute Visit to Abhaneri Stepwells (250 Kms / 05 Hrs)

This morning, post-breakfast, embark on a surface journey from Agra to Jaipur, with a fascinating stop en route to explore the Abhaneri Stepwells.
Chand Baori, the oldest surviving stepwell in Rajasthan and likely in all of India, was commissioned by King Chanda or Chandra of the Nikumbha dynasty. This remarkable stepwell dates back to the 8th-9th century, making it an awe-inspiring structure that has stood the test of time for 1200-1300 years.

After immersing yourself in the historical marvels of the Stepwells, resume your drive to Jaipur.
Upon arrival in Jaipur, smoothly check in at your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay, marking the continuation of your enriching journey.

Day 5:Jaipur Sightseeing

Following breakfast, embark on an excursion to the enchanting Amber Fort. A classic and romantic Rajasthani Fort Palace, Amber may appear weathered and rugged from the outside, but its interior unveils a virtual paradise. Miniature paintings on the walls depict scenes of hunting, war, and festive celebrations, while precious stones and mirrors intricately adorn the plaster. Within the fort, explore the Jag Mandir or the Hall of Victory, featuring the renowned Sheesh Mahal—a room with all four walls and ceilings adorned with glittering mirror pieces specially imported from Belgium during that era. On your way to Amber Fort, indulge in a brief photography stop at Hawa Mahal—the Palace of Winds.
Later, visit the expansive City Palace, a splendid fusion of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles. The palace complex houses several museums, including a captivating textile gallery showcasing a fine selection of textiles and costumes from the royal collection.
From the City Palace, venture into the extraordinary “Jantar Mantar,” the astronomical observatory that Raja Sawai Jai Singh II crafted in 1827. Translated as “The Formula of Instruments,” Jantar Mantar is one of five observatories built by the ruler in northern India. The massive structures, resembling futuristic sculptures, are, in fact, highly sophisticated instruments that remain accurate even today.
Conclude your day with an overnight stay at the hotel, immersed in Jaipur’s cultural and architectural richness.

Day 6:Jaipur To Delhi by road (250 Kms / 05 Hrs Drive)

This morning, following breakfast, embark on a surface journey from Jaipur to Delhi.
Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel.
The afternoon is at your leisure, allowing you to unwind and relax.
Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

Where will I stay?
5 STAR HOTELS ONLY
  • Delhi: Vivanta Taj Dwarka (3 nights in total across the tour)
  • Agra: Double Tree Hilton (1 night)
  • Jaipur: Hilton Jaipur (2 nights)
What is Included?
  • Transfers and excursion services with a Toyota Innova Crysta or higher standard.
  • All sightseeing tours and excursions as per the program.
  • English-speaking guide services in Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur.
  • All current applicable taxes and VAT.
What is Excluded?
  • Airfares
  • India visa fees
  • Entrance fees to monuments
  • Items of personal nature (laundry, telephone bills, tips, etc.)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Lounge access on arrival
Cancellation Policy
  • Less than 45 days before arrival: 50% of the costs still payable to Golden Getaways
  • Less than 14 days before the tour: 100% of the cost still payable to Golden Getaways
  • No show: 100% of the cost still payable to Golden Getaways
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Reviews
  • Blown away by India! The colours, the chaos, the charm – it’s all just brilliant. A real eye-opener!

    Marie Westgarth
  • Sri Lanka’s an absolute gem! The wildlife safaris were mint, and those beaches were lush. Loved every second!

    Peter Mcgarrell
  • Our tour of the Golden Triangle with the safari adventure was breathtaking. Amazing architecture and fantastic wildlife – a perfect escape!

    Ray and Irene Pearson
    Semi-Retired Couple
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