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Golden Triangle + Tiger National Park

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Duration: 9 Days
Pace: Relaxed
Destinations: Old Delhi & New Delhi ➜ Agra ➜ Fatehpur Sikri ➜ Abhaneri ➜ Jaipur ➜ Ranthambore Tiger Reserve ➜ New Delhi
  • The renowned three towns that make up the “Golden Triangle” are all included on this workweek journey to the center of Northern India’s traditional heritage. We journey to Agra to visit the beautiful Taj Mahal and take in a few of Jaipur’s breathtaking ancient splendor, beginning and concluding in the chaotic alleyways and marketplaces of Delhi.
  • Make a trip to experience the amazing wild tigers of Ranthambore via jeep safaris with a ranger after learning about the Golden Triangle tour of India. Among the well-known nature preserves with the highest rate of tiger sightings is found in Ranthambore. You will undoubtedly get shivers if you spot a tiger here. During 8 nights and 9 days, you will have an exclusive voyage filled with exploration and excitement.
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Our agent will welcome you when you arrive at Delhi International Airport and drive you to your accommodation in Delhi. New Delhi is a metropolis that has served as an exquisite representation of India’s illustrious legacy and prosperous future. Its stunning fusion of many ethnicities, customs, and traditions, along with its historical history and contemporary way of life, never fails to astound tourists.

Assemble with your guide in the hotel lobby.

The Chandni Chowk bazaar, a massive marketplace where you can buy practically everything that you need from condiments to handicrafts, is one of the stops on our afternoon city tour, and we take cycle rickshaws to explore its winding pathways. We witness personally the active day trade its merchants engage in. We visit Jami Masjid Mosque, one of India’s largest mosques, which was constructed by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan while looking at the Red Fort from the outside.

Enjoy the personal trip of the contemporary Connaught Place market, which was constructed using Georgian-style architecture, if you still have the energy. Walking through Connaught Place’s streets, past the main square, and underneath the alleys serves as a reminder of the might of British imperial design and, at about the same time, of the district as a whole’s stunning beauty.

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We will travel to New Delhi this morning, which is the town’s more contemporary area. The Indian capital has an ancient legacy of resurrecting from its own devastation like a phoenix. The British Raj of the 1930s gave birth to New Delhi. As continuation of our trip, we pass Rashtrapati Bhawan, the presidential headquarters of India, the Lok Sabha (Indian Parliament), and India Gate, a memorial arch constructed in memory of World War I troops. The exquisite Persian-style façades of white marble and red sandstone may be seen at the UNESCO-listed Humayun’s Tomb. The next stop is Qutub Minar, the highest brick structure in the globe, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We will travel to Agra in the mid afternoon, which also will take around three hours.

The stunning view of the sun coming up over the Taj Mahal throughout our visit this morning is a gift for getting up early. What is arguably the most beautiful and poetic edifice in the globe has been in existence for more than 350 years, yet its elegance and harmony remain undamaged by time. It took 22 years to complete and was commissioned by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his favorite wife, Mumtaz. Under the dome made of white sandstone, the Great Moghul is buried next to his lover.

We will return to the hotel for breakfast and some downtime after our excursion.

After a filling meal, we will tour the impressive Agra Fort and Itimad-ud-Daulah, sometimes known as the “Baby Taj,”. The majesty of these two magnificent sites on each side of the Yamuna river explains why Agra served as the Mughal Empire’s initial capital. This spectacular red sandstone fortification was erected by Moghul Emperor Akbar to protect the imperial capital and its numerous castles.

Between the two excursions, we’ll take a bit of time to eat lunch and perhaps sample some regional specialties like paan (a sweetened betel leaf which you chew) or the dry dessert petha. You can go on a tuk-tuk tour to wander around the congested lanes of the historic city of Agra.

We will proceed to the Mehtab Bagh, a meadow, to wrap off our tour in Agra. Here, you can see the Taj Mahal from a new angle as the sun sets in the background and the Yamuna River flows through the front.

In the evening, you may like to participate in an elective cooking showcase in a local home and create some of the delicacies for which Indian cuisine is famed, or you may want to see the alternative Mohabbat-E Taj Live show.
 
Optional Mohabbat-E Taj Live Show
In a captivating Bollywood-style performance, experience an unforgettable evening learning about the romantic story of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. The 1-hour melody show depicts in graphic detail how Shah Jahan constructed the famous Taj Mahal after his cherished wife Mumtaz passed away during maternity. The biggest Taj Mahal model, which is on display, is composed of flawless white Makrana marbles, precisely like the original monument. This will be a night to remember, with performances by over 40 gifted performers donning stunning outfits!

Adult Price: $50.00

We proceed traveling southwest earlier today and arrive shortly at the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri. It is a remarkably intact example of Akbar’s imperial court, having been established in 1569 and abandoned just 16 years later. The five-story Panch Mahal, which was likely a leisure palace for the harem’s female residents, is one among the city’s numerous notable structures. The Pachisi Board, where the emperor used swaying slave girls as the game’s pieces to play a game akin to chess, is located in the center of the courtyard. The central pillar of the Diwan-i-Khas, which is carved into the form of a lotus, is maybe the best-looking building of all (Hall of Private Audience).

At Lunch around Fatehpur Sikri, we will proceed in the direction of capital Jaipur halting en route at the Chand Baori stepwell. The stepwell, which was constructed over a thousand years ago to offer water to the region all year round, is comparable to a modern water storage facility. While these goals are no longer served by the stepwell today, we can pause here to admire the structure’s flawless symmetry and the hundreds of slanted steps that lead to the water on either side

Jaipur, which is frequently referred to as the “Pink City,” was first coated terracotta pink by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh to honor Prince Albert’s visit in 1853.

We will go to the Palace of the Winds presently, a five-story structure that was constructed around 1760 and may be seen on many postcards from India. We will then travel to the Amber Fort. This magnificent highland fortification offers magnificent scenery of the surrounding plains and is home to what must be the world’s finest Chamber of Mirrors.

We will have the chance to pause and take in the Jal Mahal palace as we proceed toward City Palace. The sandstone palace, which stands in the center of Man Sagar Lake and, as its name suggests, means “water palace,” makes for a stunning photo backdrop.

The flawless fusion of ancient Rajasthani and Mughal art will be on display when we visit the elaborate City Palace. A beautiful and well-preserved museum has been created in a portion of the palace today. The renowned Maharaja-astronomer Jai Singh constructed the UNESCO-listed Jantar Mantar, an astronomical observatory, across the street from the palace. The world’s largest sundial is present there.

You have been given the afternoon available to discover even more Jaipur at your own pace. You might decide to go to one of the well-known bazaars, which are brimming with treasures like marble statues, vintage textiles, local percussion instruments, and traditional print blocks. The Raj Mandir cinema, an art deco-style theater where residents cheer on their preferred movie stars, can let you watch a well-known Bollywood film in the evening.

We will travel to Ranthambhore National Park this morning after a relaxed morning meal.

You will be welcomed upon arrival in Ranthambhore and driven a short distance to your jungle lodge. By noon, you’ll be at the luxury lodge. Between 2:00 and 2:30 PM is when your first Jeep Safari begins. You can therefore take advantage of the hotel’s amenities while you wait and have lunch. The jungle lodge is about 15 minutes’ drive from the entrance and is situated in sizable grounds that surround the reserve. You may enjoy the public pool and the Ayurvedic spa, and all of your dishes are taken into account served in the genuine Indian restaurant, which also offers North Indian, Chinese, and international cuisines. From the hotel’s own veggie garden, many of the veggies are freshly gathered.

You’ll set out on your first safari this lunchtime in uncovered jeeps.

Ranthambore, which was once the hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Jaipur, is known for its landscape of rivers, lakes, and woods that are tucked between rock formations and steep cliffs. It was designated a nature conservation sanctuary in the 1950s, but up until the early 1970s, it was still used as a shooting reserve. Then, it joined Project Tiger, a significant conservation initiative across all of India that has seen the tiger population steadily increase in Ranthambore and other tiger reservoirs.

Besides tigers, other animals that can be found at Ranthambore include langurs, striped hyenas, marsh crocodiles, pythons, sloth bears, and Ganga soft-shelled turtles. Eagles, wagtails, and white-breasted kingfishers are frequently seen there, and it is a haven for other types of birds as well.

Check into the hotel for meals and the night.

You’ll leave for your second safari this morning. Tigers are more energetic in the chilly morning hours before the heat of the day pushes them to seek shelter, so getting up early gives you the best chance of seeing one. They might be sauntering through the forests, cooling off at the lakes, or perhaps out hunting.

You will return to your accommodation after your morning safari for lunch and some downtime before setting out again in the late morning for another chance to see animals.

Each safari takes place in a private jeep with up to six other individuals and lasts about three hours. An expert park ranger is in every vehicle to help you identify any wildlife you see. With a set number of cars permitted in each area of the park, Ranthambore uses a zone system to prevent overcrowding on roadways.

For one final opportunity to see the tigers and other wild species, you will leave today morning for the reserve.

Spend the remaining period at liberty in your hotel after meal. Take an Indian spa or pick up a book to pass the time. Ascend the hill to the Ranthambore Fort if you’re feeling brave. One of Rajasthan’s Six Hill Forts, which collectively form a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the fort. This magnificent fort is well worth a visit thanks to its stunning architecture and wide-ranging perspectives.

The nearest train station to the nature reserve is Sawai Madhopur, where you will be met by our official after lunchtime and taken there. Taking a train in India is a fantastic experience that gives you a chance to meet locals and witness a true slice of Indian culture. More than 20 million people commute every day in India, where the nation’s railway infrastructure, which dates back to the middle of the 19th century, is a lifeline for the massive population. The trip takes about five hours, and you’ll ride in a luxury two-tier air-conditioned coach.

When you return to the city’s capital in the sunset, a representative will greet you and take you to your motel for the night.

After morning tea at our Delhi hotel, the journey comes to a conclusion.

You are welcome to leave Delhi at any time as there are no organized programs today. Our motel has baggage storage space if your plane leaves afterwards in the day.

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• Price based on two persons in a double room
• Prices are in USD Excluding international flights
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Included in the price

  • 9 days individual travel from New Delhi to New Delhi
  • 8 Nights in a double room or single room in selected hotels according to the booked category
  • Daily breakfast
  • A high-quality air-conditioned car with driver at your disposal during your entire stay
  • Round trip, sightseeing and all excursions as mentioned in the tour program
  • Services of a Local English-speaking guide
  • Transfers airport – hotel – airport
  • All entrances as described in the tour program
  • Visit to the Taj Mahal at sunrise
  • 4 shared Jeep Safaris in Ranthambhore National Park including the services of Naturalist
  • Golfcart transfers in Taj Mahal in Agra
  • Elephant ride or Jeep to Amber Fort in Jaipur
  • Guided Walk through the old pink city of Jaipur
  • Rickshaw ride in Old Delhi
  • 2-liter bottles of mineral water per person per day
  • 24 hours contact in India
  • All taxes and fees, parking, tolls and interstate taxes etc.

Not included in the price

  • International and Domestic Flights
  • Entrance to the cultural dance performance in Agra
  • Cultural exchange and dinner with an Indian family in Agra
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Visa & Insurance
  • Expense of personal nature like tipping, laundry, telephone/fax calls, alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, etc.

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