On this four-day private tour, you’ll drive by air-conditioned car with a native guide to discover India’s Golden Triangle. Visit Parliament House, India Gate, Lotus Temple, and Qutb Minar in Delhi. Visit the Red Fort and Baby Taj in Agra and watch the sun rise over the Taj Mahal. Visit the Jantar Mantar Observatory, Amber Fort, Panna Meena Ka Kund (Step Well), Jal Mahal, and Palace of Winds in Jaipur. Breakfasts, transportation, three nights’ stay in a five-star hotel, and guided tours are all included. You’ll pay for your own entrance fees to the monuments and enjoy local cuisine on your own for lunch and evening. Book Your 4-Day Golden Triangle Tour to Agra and Jaipur from Delhi now.
Day 1 Agra
New Delhi to Agra on Day 1 (You will be picked up from any requested place in Delhi, Noida, or Gurugram, as well as the airport.)
Qutub-ud-din Aibak, the creator of the Delhi Sultanate, built the 73-meter-tall Qutub Minar, a five-story tower, in 1193. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Minaret of Jam is considered to have influenced its design.
Because of its distinctive flower-like design, Lotus Temple is a well-known tourist destination in the area. It was constructed in 1986 and is accessible to everyone, regardless of religion. In addition to being highlighted in numerous publications and journals, it has won numerous architectural prizes. thirty minutes
The Rajpath is next to the war memorial known as India Gate. It is a memorial to the British Indian soldiers who lost their lives in battle. It is also regarded as a wonderful picnic location where people enjoy themselves with their families. thirty minutes
The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, the two houses/assemblies of India, are housed in Parliament House, also known as the Sansad Bhavan. The building’s round design was inspired by The Ashoka Chakra, and it is encircled by verdant gardens and sandstone railings. We’ll pass this location on the road. Five minutes
The official residence of the President of India is Rashtrapati Bhavan. Large presidential gardens, expansive open areas, staff and bodyguards’ homes, stables, and other offices are all included in the presidential estate. We’ll pass this location on the road.
Agra (Taj Mahal during Sunrise) – Jaipur
Taj Mahal, one Observe the Taj Mahal as the sun rises.
Take a two-hour guided tour of the Taj Mahal, learning about its construction by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in 1630 as a tomb to honour his wife. It has been named one of the world’s New 7 Wonders and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Yamuna River provides an incredible backdrop, and the lush gardens accentuate the monument’s beauty.
Discover the wonders of Agra Fort’s palaces, balconies, and gardens as your guide shows you around. A historical fort in the city of Agra is another UNESCO World Heritage site. The Mughal Emperors lived there as their primary house. Other locations within this fort have a similar historical importance and help people understand India’s illustrious history. Make the five-hour trip from Agra Fort to your five-star hotel in Jaipur. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel.
The Tomb of Itimd-ud-Daulah is a Mughal mausoleum located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh’s capital city of Agra. The mausoleum of Itim-ud-Daulah is frequently referred to as a “diamond box,” also known as the “Bachcha Taj,” and is frequently seen as an early draught of the Taj Mahal.
Jaipur city tour
Meena ka Panna
Take a narrated sightseeing tour of Jaipur after breakfast. Visit the step well in Panna Meena ka Kund, which is close to Amber Fort.
After breakfast, take a two-hour tour to Amber Fort, which served as Rajasthan’s capital until 1728, under the guidance of your guide. Raja Man Singh I constructed it, and it is renowned for its artistic features. It has a number of rampants and gates. The Maota Lake, which is in front of the monument, both beautifies it and provides water for the fort.
For a photo opportunity, descend the hill to Jal Mahal, a palace that floats on Man Sagar Lake. In the city of Jaipur, there is a palace called Jal Mahal that is situated in the midst of Man Sagar Lake. Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber rebuilt and expanded the palace and the lake that surrounded it in the 18th century. Numerous tourists are drawn to the palace and the lake’s beautiful charm.
Jaipur City Palace
Explore the Maharaja’s City Palace for an hour. When the City Palace in Jaipur was first built in 1721, it served as the Maharaja of Jaipur’s official residence and place of ceremonies. Additionally, it served as the site of historical religious and cultural activities. The Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum is presently housed there, and the Jaipur royal family continues to reside there.
Built in 1734, Jantar Mantar is a UNESCO World Heritage monument. It is a group of nineteen architectural astronomical devices that Sawai Jai Singh II, the Rajput monarch who founded Jaipur, erected. The equipment enables visual observation of astronomical positions. 1 hour; no admission charge
The Wind Palace, or Hawa Mahal
The red and pink sandstones used in the construction of the Hawa Mahal, popularly known as The Palace of Winds, set it out from its surroundings. Sawai Pratap Singh constructed the palace, a five-story pyramidal-shaped structure, in 1799. Return to your hotel after visiting the Hawa Mahal.
Jaipur – Delhi
After breakfast, travel back to Delhi for around five hours or arrange to be dropped off at the airport in Jaipur. Book Your 4-Day Golden Triangle Tour to Agra and Jaipur from Delhi now.