India is the huge country it has been changing and re-shaping itself for as long as anywhere on earth, forever producing new forms of culture and absorbing new influences. Visiting the subcontinent, you’ll see spectacular carved temples and gleaming marble palaces, lonely Himalayan lamaseries and far-flung dusty villages where council meetings are held under the shade of a banyan tree, plodding camels, holy cows, snake charmers, and wild-haired sadhus: you’ll also find a dynamic state racing into the twenty-first century. The boundaries of modern India, fixed some fifty years ago, are merely the latest in a four-thousand-year sequence of redefinitions that have produced one of the most heterogeneous societies in the world. The land where the Buddha lived and preached, and where the Moghul Muslims erected the Taj Mahal, has recreated itself as both a majority Hindu nation and the world’s largest secular democracy, home to almost one thousand million people.
The Indian subcontinent is huge and diverse, and it does not fail to cast a spell on anyone who travels through it. Visitors to India are charmed, inspired and bemused by its diverse sights, sounds and smells – it is a holiday destination unlike any other in the World. The Indian subcontinent is perhaps the only destination in the World wherein a two week holiday, you can do a high altitude trek, do a wildlife safari in a National Park, spend a night lazily cruising the backwaters, ride a Camel in the desert, spend time gazing at the Taj Mahal, and still have time to relax on a beach and more.
Day 01: Arrive Delhi.
Pick up our personnel and transfer to the hotel as per agreement.
Day 02: In Delhi.
Breakfast at the hotel start full day sight-seeing tour of Old and New Delhi visiting - The Red Fort, Friday Mosque -- Jama Masjid, The silver street of Chandni Chowk, Raj Ghat, The Hindu temple -- Birla Mandir, The India Gate, The Rashtrapati Bhawan -- President's House, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar and The Bahai Temple. Overnight.
Day 03 : Delhi-Agra.
Breakfast drive Agra by road (220 kms /04 hrs). On your arrival in Agra transfer to hotel. Afternoon sight-seeing tour of Agra visiting the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort.
Day 04 : Agra- Jaipur.
Driveto Jaipur by road (250 kms /05 hrs) en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri. Jaipur, also called the Pink city, is the last stop of your tour to India. On your arrival in Jaipur check into the hotel. Overnight in Jaipur.
Day 05 : In Jaipur.
Breakfastdrive for full day sight-seeing tour of Jaipur visiting Hawa Mahal -- The Palace of Winds, The Jantar Mantar, The City Palace and the Amber Fort. Your tour includes a ride up the Fort on an Elephant's back. O/N.
Day 06 : Jaipur - Delhi.
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning at leisure in Jaipur until departure for Delhi by road (265 kms/05 hrs). Your Golden Triangle tour ends with a drop to either a hotel in New Delhi or at the International Airport in time to board your flight home.