How to Become the Best Version of Yourself on Golden Triangle India Journey?

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“Do you know? The best of India’s tourism can be experienced in 5 to 6 days?” 

Most people think of India as a chaotic place where cows roam on the streets, locals hold innocent misconceptions, watching people’s arms glued on the horn. However, this is not at all true! In fact, India is chaotic at some regions, and people are not superstitious, they are deep-rooted in their culture and tradition, which we think is the Love for country locals put it in their way!

On the other hand, travellers like you and us, who knows India have its own enigma, and the above points are just myths, finds India so amazing! Not because of the roaming cows, horn-filled streets, and watching people indulging in their culture. It is because no other country in the world blazes it’s way more than India. What makes India the most amusing place in the world? It’s the Golden Triangle India Tour, where one gets to see the best of India.

What Is Golden Triangle India?

The Golden Triangle India is the most talked-about route for travellers, especially for international travellers. It is renowned for many good reasons. In this journey, three major cities of India are included, Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur.

Why It Is Framed as the “Golden Route for Travelers”?

It is because the three major cities of India, Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur legs (road route) is connected with each other at a distance of around 250 km, 4 to 6 hours. These three routes are sets at an equivalent distance from each other and make a triangular route with the same 250 km separation from each other. Thus, the phrase “Golden Triangle Route” come into existence.

Traveller Tip – International tourists explore Golden Route Of India – Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and get amazed by the plush forts, opulent palaces, stir bazaars, and much more.

So, if you would like to know about the Golden Triangle India tour package in detail, lend us your ears, and don’t take a pause while reading the whole article.

Which Months Are Best for Booking A Journey to Golden Route of India?

Between October to March, is the pleasant time to journey the Golden Route of India – Delhi-AGRA-Jaipur. It is the time when the weather is excellent for day trips. October is the month in India when the scorching summer days are at its end. And the latter months experiences wintery weather.

Traveller Tip – Keep clear not to journey the Golden Route in the monsoon and summer. Since the summer temperature in India exceeds above 45 degrees Celcius, and one would find difficulty in taking a day trip.

Standardized In-Depth Knowledge About the Golden Route of India Delhi-Agra-Jaipur

DELHI – FIRST STOP

Delhi is the starting point of the Indias Golden Triangle route. To reach Delhi from notorious destinations like the UK, and the US, one can take a direct flight to New Delhi. On the other hand, travelling to Delhi is the best option international as well as local travellers can choose to start their India adventure.

Delhi is backed by the population of around 19 million people. A few of the places in Delhi are busy the prompt way of exploring it is by hiring a private taxi. Ask your travel planning company to arrange an inclusive trip to the Golden Triangle, including sightseeing, transfers, stays, and meal in one package.

Red Fort

Explore the streets of Old Delhi and visit the Red Fort, which is made up of red sandstone. Visit it’s two gate – Lahore Gate, and Delhi Gate. It was once the residence of the Royal Mughal Family and is now the prestigious UNESCO historical site.

Lotus Temple

It is a comparatively the most fascinating temples in Delhi just like Akshardham Temple. Seek blessing inside the temple except for Mondays, when it is closed. Entrance fee is free inside the Lotus Temple.

India Gate

Pay your tribute to the brave soldiers of India who lost their lives for our country in the First World War. Nearby to India Gate, some parks are fantastic for a picnic. On selecting the right vacation planner, you will reward yourself with the nightlife in and around India Gate, which is the major tourist draw.

AGRA – SECOND STOP

It is the city of love because it is the home to the white marble structure Taj Mahal, which is the Seven Wonder of The World. Agra is home to a total of 3 UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Distance from Delhi – It takes around 4 to 5 hours, approx 240 km to reach Agra from Delhi via a private cab.

Agra is the home of the Taj Mahal. One of the wonders of the world, and I can confirm it is just as beautiful in real life! There is not much else going on in Agra so 1-2 days here would be sufficient to see the Taj Mahal during sunrise and sunset is ideal.

It is the city of love because it is the home to the white marble structure Taj Mahal, which is the Seven Wonder of The World. Agra is home to a total of 3 UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is the grandeur of Love and is the most talked-about a destination on Golden Route India discovery. It is a mausoleum of white marble is furbish with legit artwork on it. Watch the sunset here with your spouse if you are on honeymoon. She will not control to go herself wild for blissful romance after watching the gorgeous sunset. Trust us!

Highlight – Taj Mahal is a symbol of Love made by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

Traveller Tip – Book your Taj visit during the full moon, and get enticed how this white marble structure changes its colours. Exploring the mighty Taj during the full moon is itself a romantic encounter. Book your full night Taj Mahal visit in your itinerary to perform boating amidst the Yamuna River.

Fatehpur Sikri

Watch the brilliant faces of Mughal architecture and bygone Indian history in Fatehpur Sikri. Book a guided trip to Fatehpur to get to know the administrative and social anatomy of bygone India.

Highlight –

  • It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Once was the short-lived capital of Mughal Emperor
  • Once was a bureaucratic town of Akbar

Agra Fort

Agra Fort is backed by the bulwark of the Royal Mughals. Embark on a guided visit to Agra’s Fort, which is made up of red sandstone and has decorated buildings inside. Explore this man-made wonder, which came into existence during the era of Akbar.

Highlight –

  • It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Mughal Emperor Akbar dedicated Agra Fort to his beloved wife.     

JAIPUR – FINAL STOP

Jaipur is known as the Pink City and displays a peerless blend of Mughal and Rajasthani culture with its forts, palaces, and vibrant bazaars. Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan and has a strong cultural and historical significance in India’s history.

Distance – It takes around 4 to 6 hours to reach Jaipur from Agra covering approx 240 KM distance from a private cab.

Amer Fort

It is the notorious forts in Jaipur which was once the residence of the Royal Rajput. The fort sits on the hilltop and can be reached by a jeep ride. It has brilliant palaces an temple inside it along with the finest blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture.

Traveller Tip – Book an inclusive evening sound and light show package in your Amer Fort visit.

Hawa Mahal

Often times, Hawa Mahal is famous amongst the international tourist with the name – Palace of Winds, which is the gorgeous monument in Jaipur. It was constructed with the red sandstone, and the idea behind the building of Hawa Mahal is to make the royal women of a bygone era watch the outside liveliness.

Wise Advice to Book Golden Route of India: Delhi-Agra-Jaipur

  • Book your Golden Triangle India package by keeping a check on the usual inclusions like hotels, meals, transfers, sightseeing, and a ticket to any monuments.
  • Do carry a scarf with you, since some places this golden journey includes temples and you may ask to cover your head.
  • Tailor your trip on a guided tour, so that you will get the best experiences on the Golden India Route.
  • There are plenty of places which you can add or extract in your itinerary. However, we have listed the notorious attractions covered by the tourists on this famous tourist circuit.

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