|Group size:||2-12 people||Max-Altitude:||431m/1,414 ft|
|Arrival on:||Delhi, India||Departure from:||Delhi, India|
|Accomodation:||4 star hotels|
The Golden Triangle North India Tour - 7 Days includes the three well-known and culturally rich towns of India - Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. The tour provides you with many facades of India - from modern fast lifestyle of the cities to the slow and serene pace of the Middle age villages. Especially, the tour focuses on the cultural and personal lives of the Moghul Emperors of India. Visit such places as the Taj Mahal - India's most visited monument of Love, the colorful town of Jaipur, and the medieval and modern mixture in Old and New Delhi. Also visit various historic and cultural sites like: the tall minarets, palaces, majestic temples and forts that have been delights of travelers since the earliest times.
The Golden Triangle North India Tour - 7 Days starts with arrival and sightseeing of Delhi. From Delhi, we head for the colorful city of Jaipur. Then we visit Agra of the Taj Mahal fame. The 7 days Golden Triangle concludes at Delhi again, from where you will fly to your onward destination.Other similar India tours include: North India Tour - 13 days, Enchanting Sikkim & Darjeeling: Overland tour - 5 days, Glimpses of Mt Kanchendzonga: Sikkim, Kalimpong & Darjeeling Tour - 10 days.
In the morning, we visit Dayal Bag Temple of Radha Swami and then drive to Delhi. On arrival at Delhi, visit Chatrapur Temple complex. Your Golden Triangle Cultural Tour concludes today. We hope you enjoyed the tour with us. A representative from Himalayan Glacier Trekking will transfer you to the airport for your onward journey.Quick Note:
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