This Golden Triangle, which consists of the cities of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, likely draws more travellers than just the entirety of India. The stunning Taj, the Rajput splendor of the “Pink City,” and the odd fusion of the past and present that make up India’s capital city combine to produce a enchanted mix potent enough to gratify the regular traveler and alluring enough to draw the serious traveler more in.
The schedule gets the most out of the week you get to stay in the north of India and provides a wonderful view of the area. If you have more time, we advise including a few other sites en route, which we’ll go over below.
In order to tour these cities in the shortest amount of time possible, Vacation India provides a few fast (6–14 day) tours. You can choose to extend your journey using the following options after learning about the Golden Triangle of India.
▪ Go on a trip to see the amazing wild tigers in Ranthambore National Park by going on a jungle safari with a ranger
▪ On a memorable sunrise cruise in Varanasi, one among India’s holiest cities, witness worshippers offering prayers and taking baths along the ghats of the holy Ganges River Read More +
▪ Visit Kathmandu, neighboring country Nepal’s capital, and allow yourself plenty of time to explore the city’s astoundingly rich cultural and artistic past. Additionally, in ultra-calm Pokhara, where you can kayak about Phewa Lake while taking in vistas of massive mountains, get your Himalayan fix
▪ Walk along the sacred Ganges in Rishikesh, the self-described “Meditation Capital of the World,” and discover the fading magnificence and mysticism in the winding lanes of Haridwar Read Less –
Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) weaves its spell – and beguiles its visitors. Its magical potion is a concoction of ingredients – fascinating culture,…
New Delhi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Agra ➜ Jaipur ➜ Nawalgarh (Shekhawati region including Mandawa & Fatehpur) ➜ Bikaner ➜ Deshnoke (Rat Temple) ➜ Jaisalmer (Sam Dunes) ➜ Osian ➜ Luni (Jodhpur and Bishnoi village) ➜ Mount Abu ➜ Kumbalgarh ➜ Ranakpur Jain Temple ➜ Udaipur ➜ Chittorgarh ➜ Bundi ➜ Pushkar ➜ Alwar ➜ New Delhi ➜ Goa ➜ New Delhi
Fly from New Delhi to Srinagar (Kashmir) ➜ Gulmarg ➜ Pahalgam ➜ Sonamarg ➜ Kargil ➜ Mulbekh ➜ Lamayuru Monastery ➜ Likir ➜ Sangam Viewpoint (Confluence of Zanskar and Indus Rivers) ➜ Spituk ➜ Magnetic Hill ➜ Leh ➜ Khardung La ➜ Nubra Valley ➜ Diskit ➜ Hunder ➜ Turtuk ➜ Lake Pangong Tso ➜ Chang La ➜ Hemis ➜ Thiksey ➜ Leh ➜ Fly from Leh to New Delhi
Old and New Delhi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Udaipur ➜ Sardargarh Heritage Palace Hotel ➜ Bundi ➜ Ranthambhore National Park ➜ Agra (Taj Mahal and Red Fort) ➜ New Delhi ➜ Fly to Goa ➜ New Delhi/ Mumbai
Old and New Delhi ➜ Udaipur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Deogarh Palace Heritage Hotel ➜ Jaipur ➜ Ranthambore Tiger Reserve ➜ Agra ➜ Fatehpur Sikri ➜ Orchha ➜ Khajuraho ➜ Varanasi (Ganges) ➜ Chennai ➜ Kanchipuram ➜ Mamallapuram ➜ Tanjore (Thanjavur) ➜ Trichy ➜ Chettinad Region ➜ Madurai ➜ Munnar ➜ Thekkady (Periyar Tiger Reserve) ➜ Alleppey (Houseboat Kerala Backwaters) ➜ Kumarakom ➜ Mararikulam Beach ➜ Kochi ➜ Chennai/Mumbai
Chennai ➜ Kanchipuram ➜ Mahabalipuram (Mamallapuram) ➜ Pondicherry (Puducherry) ➜ Tanjore (Thanjavur) ➜ Trichy (Tiruchirapalli) ➜ Chettinad Region ➜ Madurai ➜ Munnar ➜ Thekkady (Periyar Tiger Reserve) ➜ Alleppey (Houseboat Kerala Backwaters) ➜ Kumarakom ➜ Mararikulam Beach ➜ Kochi ➜ Chennai
Kathmandu (Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa and Durbar Square) – Flight to Paro (Bhutan) – Thimphu – Punakha – Paro – Tiger’s Nest – Paro Festival – Flight to Kathmandu – Chitwan National Park – Kathmandu
New Delhi – flight to Bagdogra – drive to Darjeeling – Gangtok (Sikkim) – Pelling – Gorumara National Park – Thimphu (via Phuentsholing), capital of Bhutan – via Dochula Pass to Punakha – Paro (Tiger’s Nest) – flight to Kolkata (Calcutta) or New Delhi