Luxury Golden Triangle Tour India With Ranthambore

9 Nights /10 Days
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Overview

Golden Triangle India Tour Package

Book your luxury Golden Triangle Tour of India with the best deals and pricing from Holiday Moods Adventures India and get your tour package customized free of cost.

The Golden Triangle India tour package is customized in such a way that it can be enjoyed by all ages of families, couples, young and old. In which you see the wonderful views of the ancient culture and architecture of New Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. The package can be customized from a three-day to a 5-day option and the Golden Triangle India tour will leave you mesmerized. 

The Golden Triangle India Tour can be customized along with Ranthambore, Varanasi and Tiger Safari, etc depending on your requirements. However, some people like to do this tour in different ways. Mostly India Golden Triangle Tour attracts foreign tourists as it includes many such destinations and main attractions which are included in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites. 

This becomes an even better option for you when you take advantage of the attractive deals and prices offered by us. Get ready for your blissful journey without any hassle on this India trip that includes everything from delicious cuisine to comfortable luxury accommodations.
   
You can book Golden Triangle Tours of India from the UK, Russia, London, San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, USA as well as major connecting cities of India such as Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Goa, Kerala, etc.

About India Golden Triangle Tour -

Golden Triangle of India circuit includes Delhi in the center, Jaipur in the west, and Agra in the east, and Agra. The capital state of Rajasthan, Jaipur has the status of Pink City, and Delhi is the capital of India. India is a diverse and vast country and this journey will be unique for you offering a balance of culture and sustenance. India's Golden Triangle itinerary is popular all over the world.


Best Time to Visit Golden Triangle India

Before going on a trip to India's Golden Triangle, you must know about the weather. Delhi-Agra-Jaipur is very close to each other hence one will not experience much difference in the weather. The experience of summers, monsoons, and winters is very different in the Golden Triangle circuit. The ideal and the best time to visit the Golden Triangle package of India is from October to March.


Spring & Summer (March-June)

The months of March to May are spring and summertime. Though March is still pleasant, from April onwards the temperature starts touching about 40+ degrees Celsius. If you plan to visit the Golden Triangle in this season, be prepared to experience the heat. Just avoid the midday heat from 12 noon to 5 pm and mornings and evenings still are bearable.

However, you can enjoy some festivals during the summer days. For example, Mango Festival in Delhi, Gangaur festival in Rajasthan, which is a symbol of love and loyalty. April is still a good time to visit the Golden Triangle and one can travel in the months of May and June with care. It is hot in the summer months, however the prices are also reasonable.


Monsoon (July-September)

Monsoon season starts from July till September mid and some major festivals also are celebrated in this season. Teej is celebrated in Jaipur in Rajasthani style. Apart from this, Janmashtami, the festival of Lord Krishna, is also celebrated with great pomp in Delhi and Agra. During this festival, pots filled with curd are broken by making human pyramids. This activity is seen in fairs and on the streets so that the surroundings are illuminated. It is humid in the monsoon months, however, the prices are also reasonable.


Winter (October-February)

The winter season is an ideal time to visit the Golden Triangle. The day temperature ranges from 15-25 degrees Celsius. The coldest season occurs in the months of December-January. Winter is the best time to visit the Taj Mahal. When the sunlight falls on the Taj Mahal, its most beautiful view is visible. The fun of eating food in the streets of Delhi in this season is also different. Apart from this, Diwali in October and Holi in March give you the joy of Indian culture. Diwali is celebrated in the memory of Lord Rama when he killed Ravana and brought his wife home. Diwali is the biggest festival in India. You must book the Golden Triangle tour package for the India tour in winter.

Note - You can also get the Golden Triangle package customized with Varanasi.



Highlights

  • Sikh Temple, Janpath Market
  • Old Delhi City Tour-Red Fort, Chandni chowk, Jama Masjid, Spice Market
  • New Delhi Tour – India Gate, Rashrapati Bhawan,  Parliament,  Humayun’s tomb & Dilli Haat
  • Village tour of Shekhawati region
  • Shopping experience of Jaipur 
  • Enjoy traditional Rajasthani dinner at Chokhi Dhani
  • Visit Hawa Mahal, Maharaja's City Palace, Amber Fort
  • Ranthambore National Park for  Wildlife Viewing & Enjoy Jeep Safari
  • Visit Abhaneri Village Safari camp
  • Taj Mahal, Agra Fort
  • Akshardham Temple

Itinerary

Day

1

Arrival at Delhi Airport / Delhi City Tour - Sikh Temple, Shopping
Delhi

• On your arrival in Delhi, you will be met by a tour representative who will escort you to your hotel
• Transfer to the hotel and check into your rooms (after 2:00pm)
• We drive to visit a Sikh temple – Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. - is the most prominent Sikh gurdwara, or Sikh house of worship situated in the heart of New Delhi's. It is instantly recognizable by its stunning golden dome and tall flagpole called the Nishan Sahib. The building was built by Sikh General, Sardar Bhagel Singh in 1783, who supervised the construction of nine Sikh shrines in Delhi in the same year, during the reign of Mughal Emperor, Shah Alam II.
• “Seva” – After visiting the Gurudwara, we participate in 10 minutes of Seva. Outside the Gurdwara entrance, there is a Joda ghar (shoe house), where one leaves their footwear before walking through a `Chhabachha' (a shallow pool) of water that 'washes' one's feet. All Sikhs are encouraged by their Guru Guru Granth Sahib to perform Seva or Selfless Service. This is not only good for community relations but also is good for the moral uplifting of the person. You will find Sikhs engaged in free service in Gurdwaras washing dishes, cleaning the floors, serving food, cleaning shoes etc. working towards the "common good of all". For Sikhs, this means reaching out to serve and uplift all of humanity as an expression or devotion to the Creator.
• Experience a huge community kitchen where food “Langar” is served throughout the day to around 10,000 people in a day. Have a meal in the Gurudwara and “Langar” sitting on the floor in ques (Pangat)
• Drive to Janpath market 5 Minutes drive from Gurudwara Bangla Sahib for shopping. Janpath is the market which is also popular for the materials which are coming from outside India. They are also sold in this market at a good rate. These materials include clothing of all types like Pants, shirts, tops, and other traditional wear. These are for both males and females and also include all age groups. Most of the products are the copy brands of original products. They are tagged so perfectly that one may not be able to make a difference in the copy branded or branded stuff. There are other things like ethnic wear, handicrafts jewelry and others are also available so that a person may purchase different things from one market.
• Walking in Connaught place inner circle - to feel the pulse of the shopping center. This walk is a delight as it showcases the true pulse of the city. You will experience a Bansuriwala (flute player) enthralling the public with his music, stalls selling fashion jewelry, browse through hundreds of book at street stalls, vendors selling street finger food of India (BhelPuri, Sweet Potato, Gol Gappa), get your leather shoes polished like never ever before (these young smart boys are nothing less than mavericks and shine your shoes like unbelievable), watch a live demo of making Indian mouth freshener ("Paan") made out of betel nut leaf and tens of herbs and condiments for an memorable experience, the Keventers milk shakes has been there for decades and people queue up all day long for their chance and lastly deserts and puffs at the Wenger's Bakery which has been there since 1926!
• Walk to The GT Road Restaurant, Connaught Place for welcome BBQ dinner
• Transfer to hotel. Overnight at Hotel
• Meals: Eve tea in the Gurdwara, Welcome BBQ Dinner


Day

2

Old & New Delhi City Tour/ Local Pub Experience
Delhi

• After Breakfast, Drive to Old Delhi
• “Rickshaw Ride” On our sightseeing Rickshaw tour of Old Delhi your senses will come alive as you will encounter the many captivating sights and sounds this amazing city has to offer. The Rickshaw tour will make you familiar with the real roots of the place and give you a true taste of the city and make you sink in the frenzy of its colors, vivacity and irresistible charm.
• During your rickshaw ride you will get to ride around:
• RED FORT: The Red Fort is a historical fortification in the national capital of New Delhi. Located in the center of the city, it was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal dynasty. It was constructed by Shah Jahan in the year 1939 as a result of a capital shift from Agra to Delhi.
• CHANDNI CHOWK: Chandni Chowk or "Silver Square" is the most famous and historic street of Delhi, built around 300 years ago when the walled city of Shahjahanabad was established in the 17th century. Don't let the word "old" mislead you. The energy of the vibrant streets of Chandni Chowk is simply irresistible. This part of Delhi includes street food, vibrant bazaars where you can shop for some ancient artifacts and Jewellery.
• JAMA MASJID: Jama Masjid is the last work of Emperor Shah Jahan. Its construction began in 1650 and was completed within six years. You can relive the Mughal or Mogul history of Delhi passing through the splendid corridors of this ancient mosque. The Jama Masjid stands across the road in front of the Red Fort.
• SPICE MARKET/KHARI BAOLI: Khari Baoli is a street in Delhi, India known for its wholesale grocery and Asia's largest wholesale spice market selling all kinds of spices, nuts, herbs and food products like rice and tea. Operating since the 17th century, the market is situated near the historic Delhi Red Fort, on the Khari Baoli Road adjacent to Fatehpuri Masjid at the western end of the Chandni Chowk, and over the years has remained a tourist attraction, especially those in the heritage circuit of Old Delhi. Post Lunch
• Drive through the Lutyens City - Drive through Lutyens' New Delhi - is an area named after the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944), who was responsible for much of the architectural design and building during the period of the British Raj, when India was part of the British Empire in the 1920s and 1930s and 1940s.Sir Edwin Lutyens, the architect of Delhi, designed 4 bungalows in the Rashtrapati Bhavan Estate, (Viceroy House Estate); now, these bungalows lie on the Mother Teresa Crescent (then Willingdon Crescent). Lutyens, apart from designing the Viceroy's House, designed large government building and was involved with town planning
• Visit Humayun’s tomb
• Visit Dilli Haat - an open-air food plaza and craft bazaar located in Delhi. Extensive foundation work, small thatched roof cottages and kiosks give the plaza a village atmosphere. Products offered may include rosewood and sandalwood carvings, embellished camel hide footwear, sophisticated fabric and drapery, gems, beads, brassware, metal crafts, and silk and wool fabrics. A number of shows promoting handicrafts and handlooms are held at the exhibition hall in the complex. The crafts market is a cavalcade of colour, selling regional handicrafts. There are some gorgeous bits and pieces on offer; bargain hard. It’s also a good place to sample cheap, delicious regional specialties, with lots of food stands. Try out the famous henna tattoo in the haat. Try snacks/ dinner at the various stalls
• Experience a local pub in the evening
• Overnight at Hotel
• Meals : Breakfast Only


Day

3

Delhi to Shekhawati Region (268 Kms/ 5.30hrs.)
Shekhawati

• Post breakfast, today we will drive to the rustic & romantic Shekhawati Region of Rajasthan.
• SHEKHAWATI - A land famous for its beautiful castles and stunning havelis, Shekhawati region was founded in 1755. Also known as ‘the open air art gallery’ of Rajasthan, Mandawa is the capital of the Shekhawati region.
• Arrival at the Hotel around lunch time
• Post Lunch, Half day village tour of Shekhawati region (you can also hire a camel cart at extra cost for that unique experience) - The painted Havelis that belong to its rich merchants and most of the paintings and frescoes have local deities and daily desert lifestyle as its main theme.
• After a half day visit to the village, we drive back to the Hotel
• Overnight in Hotel


Day

4

Shekhawati to Jaipur (175 Kms/ 4 Hours)
Shekhawati

• Post Breakfast; drive to embark on a leisurely drive to Jaipur - land of the Rajputs. Jaipur is an exuberance of colour, dance & traditional arts & crafts. Known, as the 'Pink City', Jaipur is home to ancient forts, palaces and is one of India's most well planned cities
• Arrival at the Hotel around lunch time
• Check in to the Hotel
• Post Lunch - We go for a shopping experience in Jaipur. Shopping can be a unique experience is Jaipur and thanks should go, in a large sense, to its founder, Sawai Jai Singh. As a patron of the arts and crafts and as a wise planner, Swai Jai Singh freely invited craftsmen and artists to the city at its foundation. Today, Jaipur reaps the benefits of its founder's foresight in the form of shops marketing jewelry, textiles, and numerous types of locally-made crafts. There is a lot to shop and find. Some of them are:
• Bags
• Home furnishing
• Home décor stuff
• Silverware
• Trousseau packing
• Gifts
• Handicrafts
• Gemstones
• Jewelry (Silver/ Gold/ Colored gemstones)
• Marble products
• Traditional block print garments and textiles
• Blue pottery
• Rajais (quilts)
• Trinkets
• Lak ki chudi (Lacquerware bangles)
• Mojris (Traditional Rajasthani leather footwear)
• Bandhani work (Traditional Rajasthani Tie & Dye)
• Miniature paintings
• Kundan meena (enamel) jewelry
• Marble sculptures
• Gold filigree and inlay work...
• The list is endless....
• For handicrafts like puppets, bandhanwars, wall hangings, white metal artifacts we will go to Linking Road in Bapu Bazaar next to Saraogi Mansion. Nehru Bazaar is also a must visit place for textiles, local perfumes, shoes made of camel skin (juttis/ mojaris), Rajasthani trinkets and bandhani work.
• Drive back to the Hotel
• Overnight at Jaipur
• Meal: Breakfast


Day

5

In Jaipur
Jaipur

• After Breakfast, today we will visit the elegant Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) - this elaborate building, now little more than a façade, is encrusted with delicate screens and carved balconies from which the royal ladies, confined to their quarters, could sneak views of the outside world.
• Visit Maharaja's City Palace, now partly a museum displays a unique fusion of Mughal and Hindu
• Architecture, and house a rare collection of paintings, Rajput armory and costumes
• Visit the dramatic hilltop fortress at Amber; a fine amalgamation of Hindu and Muslim architecture and ornamentation, built in the 16th century. An elephant ride (at extra cost) will help you ascend to this hilltop fort. Enjoy the elephant ride, like the Maharajah’s used to. Alternatively, you could take a jeep ride (at extra cost) up to the fort.
• Apparel, Home Decor & Linen shopping - If you like beautiful bright handcrafted fabrics, then Gulab Chand Prints and Anokhi are the two places to go. Both the places have made a distinguished mark with its designs, prints and range of colors which makes both the places as the best shopping places in Jaipur.
• After shopping, we drive to enjoy a traditional Rajasthani dinner at Chokhi Dhani.
• Drive back to the Hotel
• Overnight at Jaipur
• Breakfast


Day

6

Drive to Ranthambore National Park (167kms/ 07 Hrs)
Ranthambore

• After Breakfast, Check out from Hotel
• Today we will visit the elegant Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) - this elaborate building, now little more than a façade, is encrusted with delicate screens and carved balconies from which the royal ladies, confined to their quarters, could sneak views of the outside world.
• Visit Maharaja's City Palace, now partly a museum displays a unique fusion of Mughal and Hindu
• Architecture, and house a rare collection of paintings, Rajput armory and costumes
• Visit the dramatic hilltop fortress at Amber; a fine amalgamation of Hindu and Muslim architecture and ornamentation, built in the 16th century. An elephant ride (at extra cost) will help you ascend to this hilltop fort. Enjoy the elephant ride, like the Maharajah’s used to. Alternatively, you could take a jeep ride (at extra cost) up to the fort.
• Drive to Ranthambore national Park
• RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK is located in Sawai Madhopur. It is one of the biggest national parks in Rajasthan state of India. With an area of 392 km², the park is one of Project Tiger Reserves of India. Ranthambore National Park is acknowledged for holding a large population of tigers. Other wild animals found in the woods of the park include dhole, leopard, and hyena, nilgai, chital, wild boar, Sambar, and sloth bear.
• Check into the hotel
• Dinner in the hotel and overnight stay at Hotel
• Meals: Breakfast


Day

7

2 Game Drives in the National Park
Ranthambore

• We will drive to the Ranthambore National Park for Wildlife Viewing in the morning and afternoon.
• Enjoy dinner and a night stay at the resort.
• Meals:- Breakfast


Day

8

Ranthambore To Fatehpur Sikri to Agra (164 Kms/ 3.30 Hrs)
Agra

• Yoga Session in the morning
• Morning starts with a delicious breakfast.
• Post Breakfast, Check out from the camp and drive to Agra.
• Enroute visit the ghost town of Fatehpur sikri. Built during the second half of the 16th century by the Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri (the City of Victory) was the capital of the Mughal Empire for only some 10 years. The complex of monuments and temples, all in a uniform architectural style.
• FATEHPUR SIKRI is 40 kms from Agra and built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and abandoned after 15 years due to scarcity of water. See the graceful buildings including the Jama Masjid, Tomb of Salim Chisti, Panch Mahal, and other Palaces.
• Arrival at Agra, Check into the Hotel
• Overnight at Agra
• Meals:- Breakfast Only


Day

9

City Tour of Agra
Agra

• Visit Taj at sunrise
• Visit the world famous Taj Mahal, built by Shah Jahan. The cars/ coaches are parked about 1km from the Taj. Every visitor has to take battery run buses to reach the Taj.
• TAJ MAHAL is the first and the most attractive of all the attractions is the Taj Mahal that was built by Shah ahan in the memory of his wife. It is the most graceful and extravagant monument found in India. It is built with pure white marble that takes different shades at different times of the day. It is best seen in the full moon at night when the monument shines with its white silver glory.
• Return back to hotel for breakfast
• Later visit the Agra Fort containing the Halls of Public and Private Audience.
• AGRA FORT is a huge fort built in red stone in the year 1565 by Akbar. The fort had over 500 buildings in which many were made of marble. At that period river Yamuna touched the fort and that is why the fort had many Ghats so that goods could be brought in and out of the fort. The fort has great palaces that boast of its richness and its great walls speak a lot about the power and the might of the kind.
• After visiting the Taj Mahal & Agra fort, everyone wants to take a souvenir back home. We shop for handicrafts & souvenir
• Drive back to the Hotel
• Evening at leisure
• Overnight stay at Agra
• Meals – Only Breakfast


Day

10

Agra to Delhi Airport (200kms/ 3hrs)
Agra

• Post Breakfast, We drive back to Delhi via the new Yamuna Expressway. Yamuna Expressway Project between Greater Noida and Agra is the longest Access Controlled six-lane (extendable to eight lanes). The Yamuna Expressway Project road passes through virgin land by the side of River Yamuna which is comparatively thinly populated, there being no problem of rehabilitation. Hence least disturbance will take place to the local population. The Project road connects two important destinations of National and International importance and high potential to generate traffic and economic development - National Capital Delhi and tourist center Agra.
• Visit Akshardham Temple
• Arrival at Delhi. Transfer straight to the Airport/ Railway station to board connecting flight/ train to onward destination.
• Meals: - Breakfast Only


Inclusions

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis 
  • Meal plan as per the Itinerary
  • All transfers & sightseeing by AC vehicles as per the itinerary
  • Two jeep safaris in Ranthambore National Park
  • Elephant Ride at Amer Fort in Jaipur 

Supplements
  • English speaking local guide 

Exclusions

  • Train fare/ Airfare 
  • Meals other than specified above 
  • Monuments Entrance fees other than mentioned in the itinerary 
  • Personal Expenses 
  • Tips 
  • Anything which is not mentioned above in "Price Includes" 

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Golden Triangle FAQ’s
How many days do you need for Golden Triangle India?
Minimum 5 nights are recommended to visit Golden Triangle India. But if you want to experience this marvel at a slow pace, then you can customize and extend the itinerary to 2 weeks also covering Rajasthan, Varanasi, or even Madhya Pradesh to travel to the Golden Triangle.

Which 3 cities make up the Golden Triangle?
The Golden Triangle India is the most visited city of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur located in the northwest of the country. All the three cities are connected by major rail links and good roads. These three cities form an equilateral triangle on the map.

Why is it called the Golden Triangle?
The capital of India, Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur is called the Golden Triangle. Because these three cities make a triangle on the map. This trip gives you a good spectrum of many different landscapes.

Is the Golden Triangle worth seeing?
The Golden Triangle is the most visited destination of India, which is popular all over the world, showcasing one of the Seven Wonders Taj Mahal of Agra, Humayun's Tomb in Delhi, Red Fort, Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, and Amer Fort along with famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is the best tour to know the history and culture of India.

Tour Price
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Cancellation Policy
The package price will be deducted as per the following conditions strictly. No refund will be entertained without receiving a cancellation request effective from the date of receipt of the letter. 

Notice less than 60-46 days:  25% cost will be deducted
Notice less than 45-31 days:  50% cost will be deducted
Notice less than  30 days:    No Refund

Note: No refund will be given to people who are unable to complete the trip or abandon it due to any reasons.
Terms & Conditions
TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • The digital copy of the Indemnity form duly filled, signed and emailed to the company along with the booking amount. 
  • It will be deemed that the booking & payment policy is accepted by the clients while making bookings with the first deposit amount. 
  • If the client is forced to cancel the booking prior to departure, the cancellation policy will be followed.
  • In case of any delay beyond our control, the client will have to bear extra cost for the extra days as per the option is chosen on per day basis.
  • Please note and be well informed that there will be no refund of money after the package commences and if one cannot complete the activity or gets sick enroute. 
  • The cost is for the entire package and there would be no refunds in case any part of the package is not availed.

COMPANY LIABILITY

  1. It is in the nature of a holiday of this kind to be flexible. The day-to-day agenda and ultimate goal of the tour are taken as an aim and not as a contractual obligation. We shall not be responsible for the delays or alterations in the program or expenses incurred due to conflict, international or internal flight delay or cancellations, strikes, sickness, weather, war, vehicle problems, political closures, and disputes.
  2. The booking is accepted on the understanding that you realize the potential risks and hazards that can be involved in the holidays of this kind. The organizer along with our leaders/guides and anyone else working in association with us cannot be held responsible for any death, accident or mishap that may occur in connection with any part of, or services connected with the holiday. 
  3. Before the guests come on a holiday, they must be covered by insurance, which has to include the cost of helicopter rescue, evacuation and cost of repatriation if they become too ill to continue. It is recommended that travel insurance should cover adventure activities undertaken. We can help you in case required
  4. The Company would not be liable to pay any kind of compensation arising because of any mishap, sickness, accident, etc.


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75% balance payments 45 days prior to departure

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