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Why is it called the Golden Triangle Tour?

The Golden Triangle tour gets its name from the historical significance of these cities as major centers for gold trading and storage. Historically, gold was transported through Agra and New Delhi, and was used to produce coins and ornaments. This entire region is known as the Golden Triangle due to its prominent role as a major trade route. It is also referred to as the Gold Delta. The triangular shape formed by connecting the three cities on a map is the origin of the “triangle” part of the name.

What foods should I try during the Golden Triangle Tour?

The Golden Triangle tour showcases some of India’s most popular cities. As you plan your itinerary, be sure to save time to savor the delectable local cuisines. Some must-try dishes include Chole Bhature, Parathas, Butter Chicken, Nihari, Aloo Chaat, and various kebabs in Delhi. Agra offers Mughlai delicacies, Petha, Parathas, Dalmoth, Bhalla, and Tandoori Chicken. In Jaipur, you can indulge in Pyaz Kachori, Dal Bati Churma, Laal Maans, Kathi Roll, and Mawa Kachori.

What souvenirs can I buy on my trip?

Delhi offers a wide variety of items for purchase, including jewelry, spices, leather goods, clothing, and home decor. Agra is known for its marble handicrafts, Taj Mahal souvenirs, carpets, jewelry, and petha. Jaipur is renowned for its bangles, handicrafts, kundan jewelry, lehariya sarees and suits, bedsheets, and juttis.

What is the best time for this tour?

The Golden triangle tour can be scheduled anytime between October and April. This time frame typically has comfortable temperatures, though there may be some chilly periods in January and February, especially in cities like Delhi. In contrast, people tend to avoid the scorching hot peak summer months of May and June, not just in Delhi and Agra, but also throughout the desert region of Rajasthan.

What other places can I visit while on this tour?

Travelers on the popular Golden Triangle tours frequently add visits to other renowned destinations to their itineraries. For instance, the historic city of Fatehpur Sikri can be conveniently incorporated into your journey, especially when traveling from Agra to Jaipur. Similarly, many tourists enjoy including the Bharatpur bird sanctuary in their tour package. Some additional nearby cities that can be considered are Mathura and Noida from Agra, Pushkar, Ajmer and Alwar from Jaipur, and Ghaziabad, Panipat, Faridabad, Rohtak, Meerut, Sonipat and Hapur from New Delhi.

Places to Visit in India

Delhi, India’s national capital and also one of the metropolitan cities, is rich and plentiful with monuments for visitors to enjoy and historical sites. Over the years , tourism in Delhi and even local tours in the nearby regions such as Noida, Gurgaon & Agra have flourished. In terms of its shopping, sightseeing and local as well as national eateries, Delhi is an amalgamation of traditional and contemporary cultures and heritage. The nearby areas such as Gurgaon and Noida are now conveniently linked to the metro and tourism has therefore increased for the new generation in those areas as well.

Agra, the land of the Taj Mahal, the monument that has come to symbolize love forever, is a town with a rich historical and architectural heritage that is visited every year by a significant number of visitors. While Taj Mahal is this city’s single largest tourist attraction, Agra also offers fine art and craft works, traditional delicacies to savor, and an insight into its vibrant cultural elements. Being a few hours’ drive away from Delhi helps you to visit this town on the same day.

Adorned against a dramatic backdrop of the Aravalli hills with pink sandstone palaces, magnificent forts and verdant green gardens, Jaipur reflects the elegance of our prosperous history and the refinement of a thriving metropolis. In 1727, when he decided to move his capital from Amer, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II founded the city. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, a renowned architect, astronomer, and ardent physicist, designed his capital with geometric perfection and made Jaipur one of India’s most well-planned cities. Today, in nearly every part of the old city, his architectural brilliance is on show, especially at Jantar Mantar and Amer Fort.

Trip Highlights

  • Immersive Guided Tour of Delhi’s Vibrant City
  • The Captivating ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur
  • The Impressive 16th-Century Agra Red Fort by the Yamuna River
  • The Abandoned 17th-Century Fatehpur Sikri Mughal City
  • Witness the Sunrise at the Majestic Taj Mahal in Agra
  • The UNESCO-Listed 18th-Century Jantar Mantar Observatory

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