09 Nights 10 Days
New Delhi – Agra – Bharatpur – Jaipur – Ranthambore – Delhi
The tour combines sightseeing at New Delhi, Taj at Agra, Birding at Bharatpur, Jaipur Sightseeing along with tiger tour at Ranthabhore
Unleash the royal chapters and charming side of India with untouched wilderness by opting for our unique Golden Triangle and Ranthambore Tour. For the beginners, Golden Triangle is the most popular tourist circuit in India connecting the beautiful and historic cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. As the name suggests, Golden Triangle forms the shape of a triangle when New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are combined on a map.
Adding another charm to this tour is inclusion of Ranthambore, the land of Royal Bengal Tigers. It is going to be the best holiday in your life as it combines the modern architectural gems like forts, palaces, havelis and thrill of wildlife safari in Ranthambore. There is nothing that can match the ethereal view of Taj Mahal and wonderful Amer Fort with its captivating views in this Golden Triangle and Ranthambore tour.
- All popular monuments covered during sightseeing in Delhi
- Guided tour to Agra Fort, the Mughal glory
- Visiting Taj Mahal, the Symbol of Love
- Discover the mysteries of Fatehpur Sikri, an ancient abandoned city
- Experience the charm of jungle safari at Ranthambore
- Have a cool elephant ride at Amer Fort
- Explore the beautiful sights of Pink City
Places we cover –
Delhi – Delhi is home to the largest spice market in Asia. Here, you can go heritage walk, try some delightful street food in Chandni Chowk, or take a rickshaw ride to feel the charm of Old Delhi. Have an overnight stay at a hotel.
Visit the 11th century old UNESCO World Heritage Site, Qutub Minar, which is India’s second tallest minaret. Humayun’s Tomb is the next stop of our tour. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was India’s first garden tomb commissioned by Bega Begum, Humayun’s wife.
Humayun was the leading Mughal ruler who rests in peace here in this place. Then we will cover Birla Mandir or the famous Lakshmi Narayan Mandir. There are plenty of temples in this complex and the temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi.
Then, we will head to India Gate, the war memorial built as a tribute to Indian soldiers who fought heroic battles in World War I for the British Army and other wars later on.
Later on, we will cover Red Fort. Emperor Shah Jahan used it as his royal residence when he moved from Agra. Witness the royal beauty of the bygone era and experience this architectural beauty. Rajghat can be the last stopover of your trip, where Mahatma Gandhi rests in peace. It also has memorials of various popular leaders.
Agra, the iconic city of Mughals – Visit the ethereal marvel Taj Mahal, which is one among the Seven Wonders of the World and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Shah Jahan built this iconic landmark for his beloved wife. Next, you can head to Agra Fort, which is made of red sandstone.
Fatehpur Sikri – It is one of the ruins abandoned in the 16th century. It was a Mughal City and is listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country. Also visit the mighty doorway to the city, Buland Darwaza.
Ranthambore – It is one of the well-known national parks in India having a high population of tigers. Ranthambore Fort, which was built in the 11th century, is located in the heart of the wilderness of the national park. It is yet another Hill Fort of Rajasthan with UNESCO World Heritage status.
Ranthambore is one of the best tiger reserves in the country and is well regarded for being a natural habitat to hundreds of birds and flora and fauna species. It is also well known among wildlife photographers and enthusiasts coming from different parts of the world.
Pink City, Jaipur – The capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur houses royal palaces, forts, mouthwatering dishes, amazing things to do, royal architecture and a lot of experiences you can cherish for lifetime.
You can also explore the culture, vivid markets, and savor some delicious treats. If you are in Jaipur, don’t miss visiting Chokhi Dhani, a well known rustic-theme destination where you can experience Rajasthani culture.
Visit one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Hill Forts of Rajasthan, Amber Fort made of yellow sandstone. The fortress has a lot of samples of beautiful architecture. Next, we will visit the Hawa Mahal, which is yet another architectural marvel in India.
Proceed to visit the Sheesh Mahal and Jag Mandir. Next up, visit the City Palace, the residence of Jaipur’s royal family. There are plenty of details to explore in each part of the palace.
Jantar Mantar is our last point of attraction. It is one of the ancient scientific monuments to know about eclipses, understand time, and various astronomical phenomenons.
Some more birding is due at Bharatpur with the local bird guide. We will try to maximize bird watching and see as many birds as possible. Nest day we will leave for Ranthabhore Tiger Reserve.
Day 5 / 6 /7
We have many safaris at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in order to enjoy wildlife watching and tigers of course. During the game drives we will also visit the Ranthabhore Fort and the School of Art.
The main focus is on the tiger and other enchanting game of the park. We will try to catch sight of the leopard, sloth bear and the crocodile in the tiger tour. These are major attractions that the tiger reserve offers.