GOLDEN TRIANGLE WITH RANTHAMBORE
DAY 1 – Delhi Arrival DAY 2 – Delhi City Tour DAY 3 – Delhi – Agra (200 Kms / 04 hrs) DAY 4 – Agra – Ranthambore via Fatehpur Sikri (240 Kms / 05 hrs) DAY 5 – Ranthambore – Jaipur (160 Kms / 03 hrs) DAY 6 – Jaipur City Tour DAY 7 – Jaipur – Delhi Departure (250 Kms / 05 hrs)
DAY 1 – Delhi Arrival
DAY 2 – Delhi City Tour
DAY 3 – Delhi – Agra (200 Kms / 04 hrs)
DAY 4 – Agra – Ranthambore via Fatehpur Sikri (240 Kms / 05 hrs)
DAY 5 – Ranthambore – Jaipur (160 Kms / 03 hrs)
DAY 6 – Jaipur City Tour
DAY 7 – Jaipur – Delhi Departure (250 Kms / 05 hrs)
- IncludeDeparture TaxesEntry FeesPersonal GuideAirport TransfersBreakfast
- Not Included5 Star Accommodation
- Book Your Golden Triangle with Ranthambore Tour Tickets with Gaurang Edutours and Travel and Witness the Colorful Sand Dunes, Enchanting Forts, etc of Rajasthan
DAY 1 - Delhi ArrivalYou will be greeted and escorted upon arrival at the Delhi Railway Station or Airport and transported to your accommodation. When you arrive, check into your hotel. You are free to explore the surroundings on your own today. Delhi, the capital of India, is one of the most populated cities in the world and is home to people of every known religion. The city was known for its extensive historical past and was home to a wide variety of mouthwatering street cuisine. There is a lot to do in Delhi, from a leisurely stroll to a bike excursion. Spend the night in a hotel in Delhi.
DAY 2 - Delhi City TourAfter breakfast, travel around Delhi and stop by the Jama Mosque in the old city. Many artisans will greet you as you make your way there, luring you in with their centuries-old arts and crafts. Jama Masjid, one of the largest and most beautiful mosques, is located in the old Delhi and has a patio that can accommodate up to 25 000 worshipers. This was the last design of Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor who also built the Taj Mahal in Agra and the Red Fort in the city, and it was built in 1650. After lunch, spend the afternoon touring New Delhi and stopping at sites like Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, Lodi Gardens, and Lutyens' Delhi.Humayun's Tomb, which was built in 1570 and is an example of Mughal architecture, is bounded by the Charbagh garden, a backyard designed in Persian style. The Taj Mahal's construction in Agra marks the culmination of this. The Qutub Minar, which is located at the Mehrauli Archeological Commons, has a variety of historical sites within it. The most notable of these is "the Quwwatu'l-Islam" mosque, which has a 7-meter-tall iron pillar in its patio, and the red and beige granite blocks that make up the Qutub Minar, which stands at 72.5 metres and serves as the tallest tower in India. India's capital, New Delhi, was built by Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker in the 19th century and is home to numerous historical sites, temples, parks, and other attractions. On the summit of the Raisina mounts, near the centre of the city, is the illustrious Rashtrapati Bhawan, formerly known as the Viceroy's House. The President currently resides in this enormous citadel as a bureaucrat. Spend the night in a hotel in Delhi.
DAY 3 - Delhi – Agra (200 Kms / 04 hrs)Check out of the hotel after breakfast and be taken to Agra. Upon arrival, check into your hotel. Grand citadels and fortresses served as symbols of authority in an era characterised by incursions and defences. One of these monuments is the Agra Fort, which is included as a UNESCO World Heritage site. With its massive red sandstone walls standing over 20 metres high and mounting the regal city of the Mughal emperors behind its corral walls of 2.5 kilometres, this bastioned fortress exhibits a terrifying appearance. There are four gates to the 38-hectare citadel, with the enormous Delhi Gate being considered the most impressive and a masterpiece of Akbar's era. It is overloaded with hatch work made of white marble and was constructed in 1568 to increase security as well as serve as the king's ceremonial gate. Later in the afternoon, pay a visit to the Taj Mahal, a garden tomb made of white marble that was built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his late wife Mumtaz, who passed away in 1631. It is both a magnificent and a sublime monument to love. Around 20000 labourers and craftsmen from India and central Asia laboured on this monument over the course of 21 years. Agra hotel stay for the night.
DAY 4 - Agra – Ranthambore via Fatehpur Sikri (240 Kms / 05 hrs)After breakfast, check out of the hotel and travel to Ranthambore. Along the way, stop at Fatehpur Sikri, the site of the traditions surrounding the birth of Akbar and his famous courtiers, the Navaratnas, or nine jewels, and one of the best preserved examples of Indian Mughal architecture. This settlement is made up of several royal palaces, a harem, courts, a mosque, residences, and other utilitarian buildings. The citadel of Fatehpur Sikri is surrounded by walls on three sides and is flanked by a lake on the fourth. Fatehpur Sikri is situated on a rocky ridge and is 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) long and 1 km (0.62 mi) wide. Continue travelling till afternoon, when you arrive in Ranthambore, check into your accommodation. In the meantime, enjoy the town and go on a safari. The numerous Indian tigers call the Ranthambore Forest Reserve home. The Ranthambore forest offers many other animal attractions in addition to the tiger, including the leopard, Nilgiri, sambar, and chital. features one of India's biggest banyan trees as well. The residents of the woodland are protected from any threats by the barbicans of the 10th-century Ranthambore fort. Ranthambore, an Indian woodland that is in risk of extinction, is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Up until 1955, it served as the Maharaja of Jaipur's hunting grounds before being designated as a game sanctuary. Hotel in Ranthambore overnight stay.
DAY 5 - Ranthambore - Jaipur (160 Kms / 03 hrs)Get up early today, take care of your hygiene, and then enjoy the jungle safari before travelling to pink city. After breakfast, return to the hotel, check out, and then be taken to Jaipur. After checking into your accommodation upon arrival in Jaipur, the evening is at your discretion. Pink City, which was established on November 18, 1727, by Maharaja Jai Singh II, once had the power of the great Mughal, but with the ageing Aurangzeb as its ruler, it fell into decay. The city is home to a large number of outstanding artists, entertainers, and craftsmen. As a result, the city is now well known for its beautiful Kota doria saris, antique jewellery and trinkets, enamel and brassware, blue porcelain, stone statues, tiny canvas, exaggerated fleece footwear, and carpets. Additionally, this majestic town is abundant in history, culture, and buildings. Jaipur hotel stay for the night.
DAY 6 - Jaipur City TourAfter breakfast, go to Jaipur for in-and-around sightseeing to learn more about this vibrant affirmation of India and her alluring historical town. Visits to the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, and Amber Fort will be made here. The enormous City Hall occupies about one-seventh of the "Pink City" and is a magnificent fusion of traditional Rajput and Mughal architecture. A bunch of bikers are irritated by the leisurely camel safaris, the slow cycle rickshaws, and the everywhere active auto rickshaws looking for easy prey. The splendour of Jaipur's royal history is islands of relative calm that conjure up a different pace and another planet in the midst of this chaos. Sawai Jai Singh II constructed Jantar Mantar, a collection of extravagant appliances. The Jaipur observatory is one of the most prominent and well-maintained of the five facilities that Sawai Jai, who also built the Jantar Mantra, established at various locations. This is described as "an appearance bearing the extravagant ability and astral notion of the court, erudite prince at the conclusion of the Mughal period" and is included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hawa Mahal, often known as the "Palace of Winds," is one of Jaipur's most well-known tourist attractions. The picturesque red-sandstone fortress, located in the centre of the city, was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in the 17th century. The 953 tiny windows, known as jharokhas, which are decorated with intricate latticework, were installed in the palace to provide the regal women a right to observe daily life.Amber, located 11 kilometres from Jaipur and built by the Kachwahas of Amber, is another lovely palace. The enormous fort palace with many faces was given the name of the goddess Amba. Their rugged, menacing exteriors stand in stark contrast to the beautiful fusion of art and structure that emanates from within. You can take a stroll to the old Jaipur marketplaces in the afternoon to witness their tangle of paths and burst of colour and noise. The tiny shops there are packed with a variety of items, including brocades, gold-overstated saris and sparkling saris, jewellery and trinkets, cologne, traditional camel-leather shoes and glass bangles, miniature paintings, and puppets, as well as shops selling paraphernalia, ironware, brassware, and house goods. The people who enjoy shopping will benefit from this possibility. Jaipur hotel stay for the night.
DAY 7 - Jaipur – Delhi Departure (250 Kms / 05 hrs)After breakfast, depart from the hotel and be driven to Delhi, where you will be dropped off for your next flight or train.
- Welcome drink on arrival.
- Parking and Toll tax.
- Meet & greet on arrival.
- 06 Breakfasts & 06 Dinners
- Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure.
- Driver's allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges.
- Sightseeing by private car.
- All hotel and transport taxes & Driver Allowances.
- All transfers and sightseeing by personal car.
- 06 Nights Accommodation on double sharing basis.
- Camera fee.
- Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages.
- Travel insurance.
- 5% GST.
- Any Airfare / Train fare.
- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, and vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
- Tips, laundry & phone call.
- Entrance fees to monuments and museum.
- All personal expenses.