Golden triangle is a tourist circuit which includes: Delhi, Agra (including the Taj Mahal), and Jaipur. The Golden Triangle is now a well travelled route, hosting many of India's great cultural gems, and providing a good spectrum of the country's different landscapes. The Golden Triangle is so called because of the triangular shape formed by the locations of New Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan on a map, but is occasionally expanded to include the wider geographical area of North India, most frequented by tourists. Most tourists fly from Delhi; travel southwards to the site of the famous Taj Mahal at Agra, then west, to the desert landscapes of Rajasthan, including the city of Jaipur. These three cities are extremely popular as tourist destinations among the foreign tourists visiting India as well as among the natives.
The circuit is about 1000 km by road. Each Place takes about 4 to 6 hours of drive, though with new Yamuna Express Highway between Delhi and Agra it takes around 1.5 hours to reach Agra by Road. The faster Shatabdi train runs between Delhi and Agra, and also Delhi and Jaipur. Golden triangle east is a tourist circuit in Odisha which includes Puri, Konark, and Bhubaneshwar.
|All land transportation by private vehicle with driver|
|5 night accommodation during the tour in BB basis.|
|Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food and accommodation.|
|One local tour guide in every city and his wages and salaries.|
|Medical kit (carried by your guide)|
|Food and drinks/ Beverage bills|
|Extars cost for upgrading rooms and services at hotels|
|donation in temples, schools, monasteries etc .|
|Personal Hiking gear, personal kits|
|Emergency rescue evacuation insurance of any kind|
After breakfast visit Mughal Gardens Sir Edwin Lutyens, the architect of Mughal Gardens, made this Garden for Lady Harding. Mughal Gardens are very unique gardens in the sense that these are a combination of Two channels running North to South and two running East to West divide this garden into a grid of squares. There are six lotus shaped fountains at the crossings of these channels. The Mughal gardens are open to the public in February-March every year from 9.30 A.M. till 2.30 P.M.
Visit the Qutab Minar. The Garden of Five Senses is a breadth taking and enamoring experience. It is not just a park – it is a celebration of aesthetic expression and appreciation, a seamless dialogue between the creations of man and nature that invites interaction and exploration. A drive through the majestic Rajpath to the India Gate & the Government Buildings.
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