Golden Triangle with Mathura 7 Days

7 Days
New Delhi (1) - Jaipur (2) - Agra (2) - Mathura (1) - New Delhi (1) -
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New Delhi (1D) - Jaipur (2D) - Agra (2D) - Mathura (1D) - New Delhi (1D) -

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HIGHLIGHTS

Along with the inherent architectural facades of the Golden Triangle circuit, this tour also lets you explore the pious city of Mathura. From the mouth-watering street food to monuments  of a bygone era, there is much more in store for the rogue traveler in you. Starting from the ancient city of Delhi which encompasses the old as well as new geographical aspects, it offers breathtaking glimpses of Mughal architecture, prideful monuments, vibrant cuisine, and customs. Jaipur mirrors the elegance of Delhi more regally and warmly. Hidden behind the glorious palaces and mind-boggling forts, are stories that will intrigue you to know more about the Pink city. The capital of the state of Rajasthan, it is a place that enchants you with royal hospitality and the boldness of culture. You further move along to decorate your memories with the magic of Agra descending upon you. Get a chance to know deeply what eternal love looks like as you stand before the wondrous, Taj Mahal. Agra will take you back in the past when the Mughal empire flourished as you witness the monuments of Fatehpur Sikri that stood the test of time. Discover the divine mystic of Mathura, the place where Lord Krishna once roamed. Longstanding traditions, customs, and beliefs would astonish you while you come across temples, ghats, and religious sites. A splendid experience of North India which might changes you in many beautiful ways.


HOLIDAY TYPE

FamilyMonumentsHistory & CultureSpiritual Tour

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Comfortable and air-conditioned Transport Intercity and Sightseeing
Monument Entry Fee
Professional Guide
Daily Buffet Breakfast

WHAT'S EXCLUDED

Lunch & Dinner
Expenses of personal nature

WHAT TO EXPECT

Tour includes walking. Make sure you wear comfy shoes
Cameras and Tripods not allowed at certain monuments.

TRANSFERS

A comfortable and Air conditioned car or bus for your intercity sightseeing and transfers.

TRIP COST

Rooms And Travellers
Date of Arrival

ITINERARY

Day 1 - New Delhi :   Welcome to Delhi - Explore the Capital of India

Delhi officially called the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) holds within itself New Delhi, the capital of India. Worthy of its title too, since all the colors of India can be witnessed here. Delhi is located in the North of India between Haryana at the west and Uttar Pradesh at the East. The drainage of Delhi consists of Yamuna river flowing between Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and Hindon river that separates Ghaziabad from the eastern part of Delhi. The Aravalli ranges at the south of Delhi gives the whole landmark an ascent. Best time to visit Delhi from October to March. Delhi has managed to weave in its tapestry all the threads of Glorious past in the colors of present urbanization. The essence of Islamic architecture could be seen in the monuments like Alai Darwaza, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb where the sandstones are embellished with white marble: this sort of place is sought after by traveler, historians from different part of the world & who are curious about the medieval history of the world. The amiable atmosphere of the vibrant markets of Old Delhi including the Dariba Kalan, Chawri Bazar, Katra Neel, Bhagirath Palace, Nai Sarak and Khari Baoli are the perfect joint for the tourist who wants to take back memories in the form of souvenirs or who are eager to imbibe the Indian culture in their daily life in the form of trinkets and clothes they wear and in the spices they use in their daily food.

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  • Meet & Assist by our representative upon your arrival, who will guide you to your hotel.
  • Check-in and gather enough energy for a full day sightseeing tour of Delhi
  • Explore the narrow alleys of the vibrant and bustling markets of Old Delhi with famous Rickshaw Ride.
  • Visit Jama Masjid and Shri Bangla Saheb Gurudwara
  • Visit Red Fort, one of the most historic landmarks in the country.
  • Visit Qutub Minar, the tallest brick minaret in the world.
  • Visit India Gate, the largest war memorial in India.
  • Return to the hotel for the overnight stay.


ACTIVITIES INCLUDED

Rickshaw Ride Through Chandni Chowk Jama Masjid Sri Bangla Sahib Gurdwara Red Fort Qutub Minar India Gate
3 Star Equivalent Hotel
Breakfast

Day 2 - Jaipur :   Move from Delhi to Jaipur - Explore the Pink City of Jaipur (5 hours/ 268 km approx)

Jaipur, the walled city of Jaipur is announced UNESCO World Heritage site and is the only 2nd Indian City to be listed in pride. It was announced in 43rd Session of world heritage committee held at Baku, Azerbaijan. Jaipur got it title for 2nd UNESCO World heritage site for the first planned settlement founded in 1727. City was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh ll in 1727. Architecture of Jaipur walled city was done by Vidhyadar Bhattacharya was from Bengal. Jaipur planning demonstrated as 'Historical Hindu, Contemporary Western and Mughal idea' interchange, Stated by UNESCO in declaration it as World heritage site.



Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and biggest city also in Rajasthan. Located in North of Rajasthan Jaipur host beautiful palaces, luxury hotels and authentic jewelry, handicrafts. Jaipur also host huge numbers of guest across the globe and famous for its unique offering which satiate Global tourist.

Jaipur also knows as the pink city, land filled with culture, forts, art and bright colours. It is the political, culture and heritage capital of Rajasthan. The number of forts and magnificent palaces that can be found here are unmatchable by any other place in India. It is the gem of Rajasthan that attracts millions of local and international tourists every year.

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After the breakfast, embark on the amazing road trip to Jaipur

  • En-route visit the captivating Monkey Temple of Galtaji. Rejuvenate yourself by taking a dip in the holy waters of Galta Kund/ tank here
  • Visit the Birla Mandir -a modern temple with beautiful white marble structure and glass paintings
  • Take the offbeat Walking Tour of the decorated old city of Jaipur and understand the layout of India’s first planned city
  • Rest well in the night for the next big day in Jaipur 

ACTIVITIES INCLUDED

Galtaji Monkey Temple Birla Mandir
3 Star Equivalent Hotel
Breakfast
Galtaji Monkey TempleBirla Mandir

Day 3 - Jaipur :   Continue the exploration

Jaipur, the walled city of Jaipur is announced UNESCO World Heritage site and is the only 2nd Indian City to be listed in pride. It was announced in 43rd Session of world heritage committee held at Baku, Azerbaijan. Jaipur got it title for 2nd UNESCO World heritage site for the first planned settlement founded in 1727. City was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh ll in 1727. Architecture of Jaipur walled city was done by Vidhyadar Bhattacharya was from Bengal. Jaipur planning demonstrated as 'Historical Hindu, Contemporary Western and Mughal idea' interchange, Stated by UNESCO in declaration it as World heritage site.



Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and biggest city also in Rajasthan. Located in North of Rajasthan Jaipur host beautiful palaces, luxury hotels and authentic jewelry, handicrafts. Jaipur also host huge numbers of guest across the globe and famous for its unique offering which satiate Global tourist.

Jaipur also knows as the pink city, land filled with culture, forts, art and bright colours. It is the political, culture and heritage capital of Rajasthan. The number of forts and magnificent palaces that can be found here are unmatchable by any other place in India. It is the gem of Rajasthan that attracts millions of local and international tourists every year.

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  • Visit Amber (Amer) Palace, one of the most photographed locations in Jaipur.
  • Visit Hawa Mahal, a marvellous red standstone structure.
  • Spend your afternoon in City Palace and its Museums. Admire the beautifully decorated doors, walls, and ceilings
  • Shop at the shopping hotspots like,
  • Zaveri Bazaar known as the largest jewellery market in Asia.
  • Bapu Bazaar
  • Badi Chaupad
  • Choose from a wide variety of block print textile, gemstone jewellery, traditional dresses and footwear
  • Stay overnight at the hotel

ACTIVITIES INCLUDED

Amber Palace Hawa Mahal City Palace, Jaipur Jaipur Market Visit
3 Star Equivalent Hotel
Breakfast
Amber Palace Hawa Mahal City Palace, JaipurJaipur Market Visit

Day 4 - Agra :   Move From Jaipur to Agra - Explore Agra (5 hours/ 237 km approx)

AGRA, whenever you hear of Agra, the picture of Taj Mahal is an unavoidable impulse. While the city's most popular attraction remains to be the Taj Mahal, there is so much more to this Mughal kingdom. Lately, tourists are taking the effort in shifting their focus from the ever-crowded, but ethereal Taj Mahal to the other historical and architectural gems of Agra. 

Location and Climate

Sitting near the banks of Yamuna river, Agra is situated in the North-Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is approximately 200kms away from New Delhi, the capital city of India. It enjoys a semiarid climate with the winters being mild and the summers being hot and dry, with a 3 months spell of monsoons from August to October. The peak season to visit Agra is from October to March, where the city entertains the tourists with pleasant weather. 

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Get set for the exciting road trip to Agra

  • Stop by at the haunted town of Abahneri to see
  • Chand Baori – a 13 storey stepwell with amazingly symmetrical stairs.
  • En-route to Agra visit the abandoned Mughal town of Fatehpur Sikri.
  • Visit places like
  • Jama Masjid
  • Jodha Bai Palace
  • Birbal Bhawan
  • Panch Mahal
  • Buland Darwaza
  • Proceed to Agra and stay overnight at the hotel

ACTIVITIES INCLUDED

Jama Mosque, Fatehpur Sikri Jodha Bai Palace Birbal Bhawan Panch Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri Buland Darwaza Chand Baori
3 Star Equivalent Hotel
Breakfast
Jama Mosque, Fatehpur SikriJodha Bai PalaceBirbal BhawanPanch Mahal, Fatehpur SikriBuland DarwazaChand Baori

Day 5 - Agra :   Explore Agra and Sightseeing

AGRA, whenever you hear of Agra, the picture of Taj Mahal is an unavoidable impulse. While the city's most popular attraction remains to be the Taj Mahal, there is so much more to this Mughal kingdom. Lately, tourists are taking the effort in shifting their focus from the ever-crowded, but ethereal Taj Mahal to the other historical and architectural gems of Agra. 

Location and Climate

Sitting near the banks of Yamuna river, Agra is situated in the North-Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is approximately 200kms away from New Delhi, the capital city of India. It enjoys a semiarid climate with the winters being mild and the summers being hot and dry, with a 3 months spell of monsoons from August to October. The peak season to visit Agra is from October to March, where the city entertains the tourists with pleasant weather. 

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  • Visit Agra Fort, the residence of early Mughal emperors.
  • Visit the Itmad-Ud-Daulah sometimes referred to as Baby Taj and if often regarded as the draft for Taj Mahal
  • Visit the Taj Mahal, a symbol of love and national pride
  • Enjoy the free time for optional activities
  • Head for an overnight stay at the hotel 

ACTIVITIES INCLUDED

Agra Fort Itmad-ud-Daula - Baby Taj The Taj Mahal
3 Star Equivalent Hotel
Breakfast
Agra FortItmad-ud-Daula - Baby TajThe Taj Mahal

Day 6 - Mathura :   Move from Agra to Mathura - Explore Mathura (1 hour/ 57 km approx)

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Load yourself with a heavy breakfast for the road trip to Mathura- the divine town of Lord Krishna

  • Visit Dwarkadeesh Shree Temple
  • Visit Iskon Temple in Vrindavan and Rang Mandir 
  • Attend the melodious evening aarti (prayer ceremony) at Vishram Ghat
  • Stay overnight at the hotel

ACTIVITIES INCLUDED

Dwarkadheesh temple Mathura ISKON Temple Vrindavan Vishram Ghat Aarti
3 Star Equivalent Hotel
Breakfast
Dwarkadheesh temple MathuraISKON Temple VrindavanVishram Ghat Aarti

Day 7 - New Delhi :   Return to Delhi (3 hours/ 183 km approx)

Delhi officially called the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) holds within itself New Delhi, the capital of India. Worthy of its title too, since all the colors of India can be witnessed here. Delhi is located in the North of India between Haryana at the west and Uttar Pradesh at the East. The drainage of Delhi consists of Yamuna river flowing between Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and Hindon river that separates Ghaziabad from the eastern part of Delhi. The Aravalli ranges at the south of Delhi gives the whole landmark an ascent. Best time to visit Delhi from October to March. Delhi has managed to weave in its tapestry all the threads of Glorious past in the colors of present urbanization. The essence of Islamic architecture could be seen in the monuments like Alai Darwaza, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb where the sandstones are embellished with white marble: this sort of place is sought after by traveler, historians from different part of the world & who are curious about the medieval history of the world. The amiable atmosphere of the vibrant markets of Old Delhi including the Dariba Kalan, Chawri Bazar, Katra Neel, Bhagirath Palace, Nai Sarak and Khari Baoli are the perfect joint for the tourist who wants to take back memories in the form of souvenirs or who are eager to imbibe the Indian culture in their daily life in the form of trinkets and clothes they wear and in the spices they use in their daily food.

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  • After the breakfast, take the road trip back to Delhi.
  • Airport Transfer is arranged.
  • End the trip with happy memories.

GENERAL INFO AND FAQ

About New Delhi

Delhi officially called the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) holds within itself New Delhi, the capital of India. Worthy of its title too, since all the colors of India can be witnessed here. Delhi is located in the North of India between Haryana at the west and Uttar Pradesh at the East. The drainage of Delhi consists of Yamuna river flowing between Punjab and Uttar Pradesh and Hindon river that separates Ghaziabad from the eastern part of Delhi. The Aravalli ranges at the south of Delhi gives the whole landmark an ascent. Best time to visit Delhi from October to March. Delhi has managed to weave in its tapestry all the threads of Glorious past in the colors of present urbanization. The essence of Islamic architecture could be seen in the monuments like Alai Darwaza, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Safdarjung Tomb, Humayun’s Tomb where the sandstones are embellished with white marble: this sort of place is sought after by traveler, historians from different part of the world & who are curious about the medieval history of the world. The amiable atmosphere of the vibrant markets of Old Delhi including the Dariba Kalan, Chawri Bazar, Katra Neel, Bhagirath Palace, Nai Sarak and Khari Baoli are the perfect joint for the tourist who wants to take back memories in the form of souvenirs or who are eager to imbibe the Indian culture in their daily life in the form of trinkets and clothes they wear and in the spices they use in their daily food.

Booking and Cancellation

FAQ

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per person

EMAIL US
info@theindiantrip.com
TALK TO EXPERT
+91-7014911923
WHATSAPP
+91-7014911923