Golden Triangle -
Delhi, Agra & Jaipur
All Golden Triangle Tours are Private and Customized
When in India Tours offers private and customized tours of India's most popular travel circuit, often referred to as The Golden Triangle. Comprising of the city of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, it gets its name from the triangle that these cities form. These cities offer a magnificent and inspiring introduction to the history, culture and diversity of Northern India and provide a unforgettable introduction to the country and its charms.
The capital city of Delhi – often referred to as the city of extremes. It offers bustling markets, magnificent world famous monuments, huge malls and has a colonial past. It's divided into two parts -- the historic city of Old Delhi built in 1600s and the orderly and well planned New Delhi. Today, these exist side by side, but feel like they're worlds apart.
The historic city of Agra – located on the bank of river Yamuna, is home of India's most famous monument and one of the seven wonders of the world- the stunning Taj Mahal. The roots of this date as far back as 1000 BC and although the glory of Agra was at its peak during the mid-16th and 17th century, even today, it’s one of the most traveled cities in India.
The pink city of Jaipur - a desert city in the picturesque state of Rajasthan is India’s first planned city . It is an epitome of splendor and vitality with its impressive fortresses, imposing palaces, beautiful mansions and tranquil. It’s located in the heart of the Thar Desert and here the past comes alive in magnificent forts and palaces where once lived the maharajas or the kings.
On these tours, you explore these cities, that helped shape Indian history with your personal driver and a private guide.
We offer different tour options and have various packages.
3 Nights 4 Days package
4 Nights 5 Days package
5 Nights 6 Days package
Please contact us at email@example.com for designing your customized travel itinerary to explore these cities.
In addition to the sites below, we have various other activities and cultural experiences to make your experience more holistic
Delhi - Old City
Chandni Chowk – Moonlit Square of India ( Main street of Old Delhi)
Red Fort (Largest non-functional fort in the world) – UNESCO World Heritage Site
Jama Masjid (Largest mosque in India) - UNESCO World Heritage Site
Various Religious Shrines (places of Worship) – Hindu, Sikh, Jain and Muslim
Various Eateries (Dating back centuries)
Central Baptist Church (First Church in Northern India)
Ghalib Museum (Home of one of the most famous Indian Poet)
Town Hall (Built as a institute of education and cultural affairs)
Old Mansions (reflecting Mughal and British Architecture)
Spice Market (Asia’s largest)
Kinari bazaar (the wedding market)
Dariba Kalaan (the jewellery market)
Ballimaran (Bangle and shoe market)
Various other Hidden Gems of Old Delhi
Humayun's Tomb - (Inspiration of Taj Mahal) - UNESCO World Heritage Site
Qutub Minar – ( tallest brick tower in the world) - UNESCO World heritage site
India Gate (National War Memorial) - most important national monument of India
Lotus Temple – (Taj of Modern India) - Bahá'í faith, house of worship
Connaught Place - (commercial hub of Delhi) - representative of British architecture
Rajpath (The Royal Street) - ceremonial boulevard for the Republic of India
Presidents House - One of the largest residences of any Head of the State in the world
Raj Ghat - Loosely translates as 'Kings Bank' - burial place of Mahatma Gandhi
Various other Museums
Various Religious Shrines/ Temples
Various other Hidden Gems of New Delhi
The Taj Mahal – One of the seven wonders in the world
Agra Fort - symbol of Mughal strength and resilience ( UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Baby Taj Mahal (Tomb of Id-mud-Daula)
Mehtab Bagh (offers spectacular view of Taj Mahal from across the river Yamuna)
Fatehpur-Sikri – Lost city of Forts and Sufi's place - A UNESCO World Heritage Site
Other offerings including walks in narrow colorful bazaars
Amber fort - ancient fortress of Amber (offers awe-inspiring elephant rides at Sunrise)
Hawa Mahal - (five storey palace) - has 953 windows uniquely carved in various pattern
City Palace Museum - complex of several palaces, pavilions, gardens and temples
Water Palace - Located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city
Jaigarh Fort – (offers panoramic view of city) - houses world's largest cannon on wheel
Nahargarh Fort - Tiger Fort, offers spectacular views, which are best seen at sunset
Various Other offerings like museums, temples and observatories