Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra are three of the most popular tourist attractions in North India, and together they make up the “Golden Triangle Tour 3 Nights 4 Days.” These three locations are highly suggested for first-time visitors to India as they provide an excellent insight of India both historically and currently. The journey will start in Delhi, the nation’s capital, where the sheer number of monuments, temples, and other attractions will surprise you. The next stop on the journey will be Agra, where you can visit the stunning remnants of the Mughal empire, and the favorite spot will be Jaipur, which served as the capital of the Rajput dynasty.
Day:1 Enjoy The Capital Of India : Delhi & Old Delhi
Upon your arrival, a representative from our company will greet you at the Delhi airport. He’ll go with you when you check in at the hotel. After a delicious food, be ready to be enchanted by New Delhi. The Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Connaught Place, the Humayun’s Tomb, and shopping in Janpath and Palika Bazaar are all included in this tour.
You might also plan to have dinner at a reputable restaurant that hosts professional cultural activities. 4 Days Golden Triangle Tour first day is jam-packed with events, so unwind at the hotel in the evening. A relaxing night was had in Delhi’s hotel.
Day:2 Sightseeing Tour of Delhi Before Arrival in Agra
After breakfast, checkout from your hotel and enjoy the Same Day Agra Tour by Car. When you arrive in Agra, you will be driven to your hotel, where you can relax before beginning your city tour.
Investigate the Agra Fort. Red sandstone and white marble were used to build the Agra Fort, a marvel of Mughal design. This expansive complex contains stunning palaces, elaborate chambers, welcoming gathering places, and gorgeous mosques. Visit the magnificent Pearl Mosque, the Jahangir Mahal citadel, the elaborate Diwan-i-Khas and Diwan-i-Am, the Macchi Bhawan, the Nagina Masjid, and the Meena Bazar, a former Mughal marketplace. You will also view the mosaics from the Sheesh Mahal and the octagonal tower from the Musamman Burj. Spend the evening in Agra.
Day:3 Agra Sightseeing and a Tour across Fatehpur Sikri to Jaipur
Enjoy the dawn at the Taj Mahal, which starts at 6:00 a.m. When you pass the magnificent arches at the entrance and turn to look across at the mesmerizing view of the Taj Mahal Most Bookable Sunrise Taj Mahal Tour, you will be taken aback. The magnificent golden and orange tones that the early morning sunshine casts surround the sparkling white marble structure. You’ll remember this mesmerising vista of its unmatched beauty forever. Visit the hotel once more for a scrumptious and healthy breakfast. Depart the hotel and travel to Agra Fort, a magnificent display of traditional architecture. The enormous red sandstone fort on the Yamuna River’s banks was constructed by Emperor Akbar. After noon, depart for Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri. Visit the Buland Darwaza, Jodha Bai Palace, and the Tomb of Salim Chishti, all of which are renowned UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are 40 kilometres from Agra. Continue on to Jaipur. Stay the night in Jaipur.
Day: 4 Tour of Jaipur’s Sights and Return to Delhi
After breakfast at your accommodation, you will be offered a tour of Jaipur. The largest city in Rajasthan and your first trip will be Amber Fort, which is perched high on a hill above Maota Lake. As you travel there on an elephant, the adventure will be exciting! Observe the fort’s mirror works, paintings, sculptures, mosaics, engravings, frescoes, and murals once you are back on firm ground. Keep going to the City Palace area, where structures like the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces serve as magnificent displays of art, workmanship, and architecture.
A unique 5-story structure nearby that resembles a huge beehive is the Hawa Mahal, also referred to as the “Palace of Winds.” One of the main highlights of the 4-day Delhi Agra Jaipur Tour is the Hawa Mahal’s 953 small windows, called jharokhas, which are exquisitely decorated with magnificent latticework.
Now go to Jantar Mantar, a spectacular edifice that demonstrates the prehistoric Indian nation’s technological might. It is a superb solar observatory with 14 important geometric instruments for measuring time, predicting eclipses, seeing stars, and mapping the earth’s orbit around the sun.
You will be driven back to Delhi International Airport in time for your flight back home or to your next location after spending the day exploring Jaipur’s magical landmarks. Your Delhi Agra Jaipur 3 Nights 4 Days ends here.