India is that the land of fairs, festivals, historical monuments, rivers, lakes, fountains, stunning temples palaces and splendid forts and every one that. And these sights seeing are possible for the vacationer, after they are on
The Golden TriangleTour packages:-
Duration: 5 days/4 nights
Day - 1
After reaching Delhi, the representative would check you into a hotel. The journey begins by visiting the India Gate (War Memorial), and driving past Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's Residence), Parliament House, and the Secretariat. You would then be visiting Raj Ghat and Shantivan – memorials for Mahatma Gandhi and Pt Jawaharlal Nehru. The travellers may further move on to Jantar Mantar, the observatory with the largest sundial called Samrat Yantra, after which, if possible squeeze in the Humayun’s Tomb – a classic UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lodhi Gardens with their manicured landscape, housing enthusiastic jogger’s and ecstatic picnickers. A quick view of the Safdarjung Tomb,which is a grand monument in the tradition of the Taj, wistful in its beauty, and then the tall and proud Qutab Minar with its iron pillar. In the evening, you may be taken to Gurgaon to enjoy a musical extravaganza in the bewildering Kingdom of Dreams. Awed by the heritage of this great capital of Indian return back to the hotel for a peaceful sleep at night!
Day - 2
After breakfast, start with a trip to the Purana Qila, an enchanting and ancient historic site. and drive past the Red Fort- fabulous building in red sandstone, Jama Masjid, the famous mosque in Old Delhi a both built by the Mughal Emperor Shahjehan, after which you may go for an scintillating cycle-rickshaw ride through the famous Chandni Chowk, a market from the Mughal era, to pick up some exclusive souvenirs and jewellery and a visit to Gurudwara Shish Ganj, the place of worship of the Sikhs. Make a visit to Rajiv Chowk, as earlier called Connaught Place, surrounded by elite stores and Government Emporia, showcasing the shopping arena in all its ancient and contemporary modern glory! In the evening. In the evening, take the option of a short visit to some renowned temples and churches, such as the Birla Mandir – a traditional temple, the Laxmi Narayan Temple, Akshardham Temple, the Bahai Temple, the Sacred Heart Cathedral Church – all renowned religious shrines- overflowing with blessings, as you return to spend the night at the hotel.
For shopping, the Cottage Industries Emporium and numerous state government emporia offer handicrafts, souvenirs, artefacts, clothes and jewellery unique to each Indian state at fixed prices. The Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhavan houses stores run by NGOs that sell clothes, paper products, cane furniture and pottery. The shopping areas throughout Delhi are abuzz with high-end malls, both open-air and indoors, showcasing designer labels, chic clothes, footwear, watches, jewellery,music, flowers, toys, cosmetics, imported fruits and vegetables, curios, antique furniture and artefacts as well as abundant flea markets to help you economise on the pocket! The dignified and elegant Capital is associated with a varied gastronomic fare, be it the mouth-watering flavour of chaat, succulent kebabs, vegetarian and non-vegetarian, butter chicken or minced meat. The place is a haven for foodies, offering an amazing mix of international and local cuisine.
From age-old eateries in the bylanes of the walled city with restaurants and stalls clustered around Jama Masjid, Karim’s-an institution of lip-smacking dishes, Paranthewali Gali – offering a feast of mouth-teasing paranthas, to the glitzy, exclusive restaurants, malls and five star hotels ,serving a blend of Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Continental, Mediterranean specialities, in addition to a whole range of sweet, patisserie and savoury delicacies, both Indian and Internationa,l in some of the best pastry shops, sprawled through the entire stretch of the city. Night life is active and alive in pubs and discotheques located in all the premier and upscale areas, hotels and shopping malls, with DJ’s, rock bands, and foot-tapping music.
Day - 3
After an early breakfast, catch the flight to Agra to see the Taj Mahal – one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Upon arrival, you would be transferred to a hotel and following a brief rest, you will be taken to the Agra Fort, a royal edifice and an architectural novice, and Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah. In the evening, you will be visiting the Mehtab Bagh across the river Yamuna to view the charm of the Taj Mahal at sunset, amongst the tranquillity of the evening and the twinkling stars in the sky! The spark in the eyes lingers on till you shut them to go to sleep at the hotel!
Day - 4
Next morning, driving on to Jaipur, Enroute, there would be a halt at Fatehpur Sikri, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, considered a deserted red sandstone monument, which was built by the Mughal Emperor Mohd. Jalaluddin Akbar, inclusive of amazing architectural features such as the Buland Darwaza, Jama Masjid, Tomb of Shaikh Salim Chishti, Diwan-e-Am, Diwan-e-Khas and the Panch Mahal, which would leave anyone gasping for breath, viewing this famed marvel, attracting huge crowds with the belief of tying a thread to make a wish come true! . The drive would then continue to Jaipur, and again there would be an overnight stay at the hotel!
Shopping in Agra could make you purchase marble and sandstone artifacts, curios, sculptures and souvenirs from the various sight-seeing areas, and leather shoes, bags, belts, purses, zardozi embroidered fabrics, linen and stoles, shawls, and glassware, from the market. The pietra dura or marble inlay work seen on the Taj is still practiced by a dwindling number of craftspeople and marbel inlay on tables, boxes, knick-knacks, even sofas, may be available for purchase. The city’s craftsmen are also famous for carpet weaving and there are good cotton durries. For foodies, The Mughal’s buffet lunch is popular with the tourist groups, while Clarks Shiraz offers decent food. Dasaprakash on Gwalior Road, has idli-dosa-sambar combos and the famed Chiman near the Jama Masjid is known for its thalis. Capri in Hari Parbat serves good North Indian and Mughlai fare. For a decent variety, try Pinch of Spice at Wazirpura Road, favoured by backpackers.Take home angoori and kesar petha from Panchhi Petha in Sadar Bazaar and Hari Parbat or from Kedarnath Phool Chand Pethawala in Johri Bazaar.
Day - 5
Post-breakfast at your hotel in Jaipur, you would be going to see the impressive Amber Fort, where you can ride up the hill on the royal elephant to take you to the entrance door. En-route to Amber, there will be a halt at the Hawa Mahal – Palace of the Breeze – with hundreds of intricately laid small windows, through which the royal ladies could observe the streets below without being visible themselves. In the afternoon, it would be necessary to visit the City Palace, spread over a huge expanse, then walk to the adjacent Jantar Mantar or Astronomical Observatory, made by the Maharaja of Jaipur, which is also on the World Heritage List. You will have the opportunity to shop in the local markets where you can buy souvenirs, traditional Rajasthani ware, or attractive handicrafts. You may also be treated to a Rajasthani cultural evening and Rajasthani dinner at Chokhi Dhani. A splendid overnight stay at the hotel! Leave for Delhi in the morning! India is that the one far-fetched destination that gives all sorts of tour packages for all types of visits. in spite of you're here for per week, month or year, the India tour packages assist you get verity and unforgettable expertise of your life.
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