Delhi – Agra - Bharatpur – Jaipur
6 Nights and 7 Days
Enjoy a lavish journey containing the historical and cultural places located in the Golden Triangle cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, along with witnessing the best of wildlife in Bharatpur. The Golden Triangle Tour with Bharatpur is a customized journey packages meeting the diverse requirements and tastes of our valued travellers.
The journey starts from the national capital of Delhi and concludes at the same place after covering Agra, Bharatpur and Jaipur. Let’s have a look at the redefined itinerary:
Upon your arrival at Delhi International Airport, our driver shall meet you outside the airport and will transfer you to your hotel in a comfortable car. Check into your hotel and rest for the day. Overnight stay would be arranged in your hotel in Delhi.
Start your day with a trip to the India Gate. Morning is the ideal time to visit India Gate as it remains a popular picnic spot for tourists. The massive gate was constructed to honour the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the country. The gate is surrounded by lush gardens where you may spend some time exploring the majestic beauty of the monument.
Nearby located is the Rajghat, the cemetery of Mahatma Gandhi. Pay your tribute to the great personality and spend some time in tranquillity.
Later, drive past some important administrative buildings including the Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Parliament House. Continue driving to reach Humayun’s Tomb, a popular historical monument built in the honour of second Mughal Emperor, Humayun. Built in the Mughal style of architecture, the monument is a stunning example of construction.
Next Destination is the Qutab Minar, the tallest minaret in India and was built by Mughal Emperors. The minaret is located in Old Delhi, the then capital of the Mughal Empire.
Next, visit Chandni Chowk, a popular marketplace and perhaps the oldest market in India. The market is known for selling a large number of items including handicrafts, clothes and much more. Don’t forget to enjoy delicious road-side fast food.
Next destination is Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. Jama Masjid is frequented for its unparallel architecture as well as its religious values. The mosque is large enough to accommodate quarter a million people at once.
After visiting these places, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Early morning, check out from your hotel and drive towards Agra. Complete the 250km distance in less than 3 hours on Yamuna Expressway. Upon arrival to Agra, check into your hotel and rest for some time.
In evening, go out to explore the local markets of Agra. Agra is a beautiful city with crowded marketplaces popular for selling sweets, handicrafts and wooden items. You may also find the marble replicas of the Taj. Buy a few items to keep as souvenir.
In evening, enjoy a sunset view of the Taj from the river side. Taj is a stunning monument, but the beauty multiplies during Sunrise and Sunset. The cool breeze passing over the River Yamuna makes the entire atmosphere hypnotic.
Later, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Early morning before sunrise, leave your hotel and reach Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal at the Sunrise is perhaps the most beautiful sight in the entire world. When the fresh rays of the Sun fall on the crystal white monument, it creates a chasm that is hard to overlook.
Taj Mahal, the Symbol of Love and the Seventh Wonder of the World, is a monument built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaj Mahal who died while giving birth to their 14th child. It is believed that Mumtaj Mahal was the most beautiful women in the Mughal Empire. Her unparallel beauty motivated Shah Jahan to build something equally beautiful. More than 25,000 people worked for around 22 years, giving shape to the Taj, the monument actually able to replicate the beauty of Mumtaj Mahal.
A lot has been said and written about Taj but the actual beauty of this monument can only be witnessed by paying a trip. Spend some time enjoying its stunning beauty before return to your hotel.
After enjoying your breakfast, go out to explore other monuments in Agra. Start with Baby Taj, the Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula. The tomb is dedicated to the Jewel of the Mughal Empire. Built in the same style as of Taj, the tomb is a popular tourist attraction due to its architecture and religious value.
Next destination is Agra Fort, also known as the Red Fort of Agra since it is built with red sandstone. Sometimes remained the seat of power for the Mughal Empire, the fort today serves as a royal museum housing innumerable belongings of the Mughal Rulers.
Later, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Check out from your hotel and drive towards Bharatpur, Enroute visiting Fatehpur Sikri. Fatehpur Sikri is an ancient town established by Mughal Emperor Akbar during 16th century. The town served as the capital of the Mughal Empire before a severe draught hit it forcing the residents and the capital to shift their base to Agra.
Continue driving and reach Bharatpur and check into your hotel upon arrival. Bharatpur is a town in the Rajasthan State of India, and is mainly famous for its wildlife attractions. Keoladeo National Park, located in the outskirts of Bharatpur, is one of the well preserved national parks in India. The park provides shelter to a large variety of birds, wild animals and flora. The Siberian Crane travels thousands of miles each year to visit this park during winters, and return home with the arrival of summers. Every single year, thousands of tourists visit this park to see the cranes sitting on the banks of ponds.
Enjoy a jeep safari in the park and watch wildlife roaming freely in their natural habitat. Within the park is the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary that provides you a great sight of some of the rarest and endangered birds.
After enjoying the safari, return to your hotel for overnight stay.
Check out from your hotel and drive towards Jaipur. Upon arrival, check into your hotel and rest for some time.
Later, go out to explore some of the popular attractions in Jaipur. Start the trip with Hawa Mahal, a crown-shaped monument built by the Rajput Rulers to allow their queens to rest during hot summers of Rajasthan. The monument has 953 windows that allow fresh breeze pass through, keeping the monument cool during the sizzling summers.
Nearby located is Jantar Mantar, a solar observatory. The observatory has dozens of instruments used to calculate the positions and movements of stars and to make astronomical predictions. Sun Dial is the largest instrument of its kind in the entire world.
Next, visit City Palace, the residence of the Royal Family of Jaipur. Presently, a part of the palace serves as their residence and remaining part is converted into a museum housing the belongings of the erstwhile rulers.
Govind Dev Ji Temple, located close to City Palace, is the temple of the prime deity of Jaipur, Lord Govind Dev Ji. The temple is the principle pilgrimage centre in Jaipur and is also frequented by tourists for its beautiful architecture.
After visiting these places, return to your hotel for overnight stay.
On the last day of the Golden Triangle Tour with Bharatpur, check out from your hotel and drive towards Delhi. Enroute visit Amber Fort, a massive hilltop fort located 11km from Jaipur on Jaipur-Delhi road.
Amber Fort was the capital of the Rajput Dynasty of Jaipur and is one of the very few forts that were never conquered by invaders. Within the fort are dozens of rooms, halls, palaces, temples and much more of tourist attraction. The sight of town beneath the fort is quite impressing, giving you a stunning view of Maota Lake and Amber City.
Continue driving towards Delhi. Upon arrival, our driver shall transfer you to Indira Gandhi International Airport for your journey ahead. Thank you for being a wonderful traveller.