Heard of the Golden Triangle? India's golden triangle is a tourist circuit which connects the national capital Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The Golden Triangle is so called because of the triangular shape formed by the locations in a map.
Being the most popular tourist route in India, the Golden Triangle will capture your imagination and take you into the fascinating, decadent and passionate world of the Mughals and maharajas. What they left behind is some of the world’s best architecture, from the Qutab Minar in Delhi to the Amber Fort in Jaipur and of course the Taj Mahal in Agra.
Logistic Information approx: 50 min drive
Visit Jama Masjid. Enjoy a rickshaw ride in Chandni Chowk, drive past Red Fort, President House, India Gate and several other government buildings in Edwin Lutyen’s modern Delhi before you head to Rajghat. Later visit Humayun’s Tomb, commissioned by Humayun’s wife Hamida Banu Begum.
Logistic Information approx: 210 kms / 4 hrs drive
Take a half day tour of Agra, which is believed to have been founded in 1504 by Sultan Sikander Lodi, but flourished later under the Mughal Empire. Visit the Red Fort & Taj Mahal … a mausoleum built as a symbol Emperor Shah Jehan’s devotion to his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal. Considered an architectural marvel,It’s construction took thousands of workers over 21 years to complete.
Logistic Information approx: 238 kms / 4hrs 40min drive
Fatehpur Sikri is a deserted city built by Emperor Akbar to commemorate the birth of his son.
In the morning, proceed for excursion of Amber Fort. Later half-day tour of the pink city of India, including the City Palace, which now houses a museum, the Observatory (17th century) with a sundial of 90 ft high and the Palace of Winds -“Hawa Mahal”.