On your 7-day Luxury Golden Triangle tour in India, marvel at the splendour of luxury heritage properties. We have hand-picked such heritage properties to ensure you experience royal effervescence. With a touch of grandeur and comfort, this Luxury Golden Triangle tour connects you with heritage, culture, and history. The Golden Triangle, one of India’s most popular tourist circuits, portrays India in the most captivating and honest light. The triad of Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra will transport you to another era.
This tour will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the country’s cultural and traditional heritage while also allowing you to experience India’s lavish hospitality. So book your Golden Triangle private tour, and we’ll take you on a once-in-a-lifetime journey through the heart of India. This luxury tour includes meals, lodging, transfers, and sightseeing tours to enhance your journey.
Please keep in mind that this is a suggested tour that demonstrates what is possible during your 7-day Luxury Golden Circuit tour package.
You will arrive in Delhi on the first day of your Luxury Golden Triangle tour, from which point our tour guide will help you transport to your pre-arranged accommodation. You may enjoy the remainder of the day as you please. You can enjoy your time here by strolling through the resort or exploring the area market.
Spend the night in a hotel in Delhi.
After a delicious breakfast on the second day of the Golden Triangle Tour, you'll set off on a sightseeing tour of Delhi.
One of the oldest cities in the world, Delhi has seen several different civilizations, including the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British, destroy it and rebuild it. Old Delhi's beauty, along with Chandni Chowk and other shopping areas, is absolutely captivating. In Delhi, we will travel to numerous well-known sites.
The Red Fort, which Shah Jahan constructed in 1638, is a source of pride for the nation's capital. This massive fort will capture your attention because it is a magnificent example of the Mughal Empire's architectural might. The lofty walls of Red Fort were primarily constructed to stave against invaders, but today its occupants use the walls as a display of pomp and luxury. The tricolour is flown over this exact location on Indian Independence Day because of the Red Fort's magnificence.
Afterwards we proceed to the Humayun's Tomb, which was built before the Taj Mahal in Agra became well-known. The great Mughal Emperor Humayun, who was essential in establishing Islam, is buried in the tomb, which was constructed in 1570.
The world's highest brick minaret, Qutub Minar, is a magnificent example of Mughal architecture in India. It served as a memorial to the Delhi Sultanate's triumph over India. A magnificent example of Indo-Islamic architecture is the Qutub Minar. Thousands of people visit this five-story building each year.
India Gate is another another sight to see. The British erected this imposing edifice as a war memorial in honour of the British and Indian soldiers who lost their lives serving with the British military during the First World War.
A shining example of global oneness is the Lotus Temple, also known as the Baha'i Temple. This lotus-shaped shrine is accessible to people of all faiths and declares the harmony of all ideologies.
Rajghat is a monument honouring Mahatma Gandhi, the country's founding father. Pay honour to the person who demonstrated to the world the value of nonviolence as a tool capable of upending even the most mighty civilizations' foundations.
Return to the hotel in the evening for a delectable dinner after exploring Delhi. Spend the night in a hotel in Delhi.
After a sumptuous breakfast on the third day of your Golden Triangle Luxury trip, we head in the direction of Agra. You will be given assistance in getting from the airport in Agra to your hotel.
Afterwards you'll go to see the Baby Taj, also known as Itimad Ud Daulah's Mausoleum, and take in its entrancing splendour. Mirza Ghiyas Baig's daughter constructed this building. This stunning building is meant to resemble the magnificent Taj Mahal.
In the evening, return to your hotel room. Have a delectable dinner at the hotel. stay for the night.
After a sumptuous breakfast on the fourth day of your luxury Golden Triangle tour, you will depart early for the Agra sightseeing tour. The Taj Mahal, one of the most romantic locations in the world, is the day's first stop.
This 42-acre monument made of white marble was constructed between 1631 and 1653 and symbolises the definition of love. In honour of his cherished bride Mumtaz Mahal, Shah Jahan erected this majestic building. When the sun's warm, golden rays fall on this magnificent monument, enchanting it with their warmth, you will have the chance to see the Taj at sunrise. The Taj Mahal is a UNESCO World Heritage monument and one of the most famous structures in the world.
Another UNESCO World Heritage site in Agra is the Agra Fort. Military bastions and beautiful curves adorn the Agra Fort's two-kilometer-long wall. The Musamman Burj, which is part of the Agra fort, is also where Shah Jahan used to observe his beloved building, the Taj Mahal, in his dying days. Akbar constructed the Agra Fort, often referred to as Qila-e-Akbari. The Mughals lived in this enormous red sandstone building as their primary residence up until 1638. Under to Akbar's directions, 4000 labourers toiled nonstop for eight years to restore the fort.
The remainder of the evening is up to you. You can browse Agra's local marketplaces and purchase gifts for your loved ones.
In Jaipur, Rangeelo Rajasthan is ready to delight you. We had nectarine for breakfast to start the day. Afterwards, on our journey to Jaipur, we stop in the well-known city of Fatehpur Sikri.
This stunning city of Fatehpur Sikri, which is shrouded in legend, was constructed by Akbar. The majority of the city's structures were constructed using the same red sandstone that he used to construct the Agra Fort, demonstrating his fondness for the material. The Fatehpur Sikri, now a ghost town, is the exact location where great courtiers like Birbal and Tansen, who served Akbar, once lived.
According to local lore, Akbar erected this city as a tribute to Khwaja Salim Uddin Chishti, a Sufi saint who foretold the conception of a Mughal successor.
Buland Darwaza, the main entrance gate of Fatehpur Sikri, is one of the biggest stone gateways in the world. Darwaza, a stunning example of Mughal, Indian, and Persian architecture, was constructed by Emperor Akbar as a symbol of his triumph over Gujarat. The Diwan-e-Khas, Panchamahal, Tomb of Khwaja Salim Uddin Chishti, Birbal Mahal, Palace of Jodha Bai, and Diwan-e-Aam are further significant structures in Fatehpur Sikri.
We will travel to Jaipur after touring Fatehpur Sikri. In the resort you have already reserved, you will receive assistance checking in. You may enjoy the remaining time as you please. You may stroll around the resort or visit the adjacent Jaipur marketplaces.
Your luxurious hotel in Jaipur will be where you spend the night.
Following a delectable breakfast, you'll go for a tour of Jaipur's highlights.
See the Amer Fort while riding an elephant, just like the maharaja of Jaipur did. Amer Fort, which was constructed from red sandstone, is a unique example of both Indian and Mughal architectural traditions. A hidden underground passageway connects this four-story palace to the Jaigad fort.
In the past, Jaipur's rulers presided over the city from the City Palace. The Mubarak Mahal and Chandra Mahal, two of the complex's main palaces, are a tasteful fusion of European, Rajput, and Mughal architectural traditions. Gorgeous red and pink sandstone gives these palaces an additional layer of beauty, and you can draw inspiration from Sawai Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipurarchitectural ,'s style. The two silver vessels, which are regarded as the biggest in the world, are also on exhibit in the City Palace.
You will head to Jantar Mantar, one of the world's oldest stone planet observatories, after touring the City Palace. This planet observatory is distinctive because Sawai Jai Singh, the astronomically astute emperor of Jaipur, established it as one of the five observatories. In order to assure extreme precision, a number of stone instruments were first constructed in wood. The biggest stone sundial in the entire globe is located at the Jaipur Jantar Mantar observatory.
The Hawa Mahal will be the next stop. The five-story Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of Winds, was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 with the sole intent of allowing the Rajput ladies to view the royal processions without disclosing their names. The Hawa Mahal, a singular fusion of contemporary and historic architecture, has 953 windows from which the ladies once watched processions.
Return to the hotel later in the evening. Jaipur hotel stay for one night
Your Luxurious Golden Triangle tour comes to an end today. Today, you will travel from Jaipur to Delhi, where your journey will come to a conclusion and you will catch an aircraft to your intended destination.