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GOLDEN TRIANGLE TOUR PACKAGES

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Visiting the alluring destinations that are part of the golden triangle Delhi, Agra, amritsar and Jaipur is a great experience to every traveler. And if you get a chance to enjoy a vacation witnessing the beauty of the golden triangle.

Hotel Details

Deluxe Hotel
Delhi Hotel Regent Grand –02 nights
Agra Hotel The Retreat –01 night
Jaipur Hotel Four Points by Sheraton –02 nights
Amritsar Hotel Golden Tulip –02 nights
Superior Hotel
Delhi Hotel Clarks Inn –02 nights
Agra Hotel Pushpvilla –01 night
Jaipur Hotel Clarks Inn –02 nights
Amritsar Hotel Khyber Continental –02 nights
Standard Hotel
Delhi Hotel Bonlon Inn –02 nights
Agra Hotel Orchid –01 night
Jaipur Hotel Royal View/ Jaipur Heritage –02 nights
Amritsar Hotel R V Regency –02 nights

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Visiting Places
Day
01

Delhi

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Arrive Delhi airport and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

Day
02

Delhi / Agra (210 kms- 4.5 hrs)

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After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Agra. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later visit Emperor Akbar
the Great commissioned the Agra Fort that is also sometimes called Red Fort of Agra. During the reign of emperor
Jahangir, the capital was briefly shifted to Lahore but Agra became the seat of Mughal capital once again in the reign
of Akbar. Akbar became emperor in 1556 and when he consolidated himself sufficiently, he started the construction of
Agra Fort in the year 1665. The fort was completed in the year 1671.Agra Fort is among the finest examples of the
fusion architecture that has dominated the Mogul period. The assimilation of these different styles has given the
buildings within the fort a distinctive look. To name a few, for example, the Jahangir Palace built by Akbar is the most
magnificent blend of Persian and local style whereas Divan-e-Aam mixes subtleness of Turkish exteriors with the
complex pattern of Persian architecture. Later do shopping at local market. Overnight at hotel in Agra.

Day
03

Agra / Jaipur (210 kms- 4.5 hrs)

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Enjoy Sunrise at The Taj Mahal – Seventh wonder of the world. Taj Mahal of India – “the epitome of love”, “a
monument of immeasurable beauty”. The beauty of this magnificent monument is such that it is beyond the scope
of words. The thoughts that come into the mind while watching the Taj Mahal of Agra is not just its phenomenal
beauty, but the immense love which was the reason behind its construction. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan got this
monument constructed in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, with whom he fell in love at the first sight.
The very first sight of the Taj Mahal, the epitome of love and romance leaves one mesmerized. Later return back to
hotel and take breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Jaipur,en-route visit: The
Walled city – Fatehpur Sikri is actually a historical capital city made out of twin village of Fatehpur and Sikri that are
situated 45 odd kilometers from the city of Agra. The city is situated amidst barren ridge. Emperor Akbar established
this city, to serve jointly with Agra, as the imperial capital of Mogul empire. The most interesting monument in the city
is the mighty Buland Darwaza that guards the entrance of the Gate. As you enter the gate, Jama Masjid falls to your
left. The beautifully carved tomb of Khwaza Salim Chisti is situated in the middle of the big square courtyard. As you
take the right gate, Sikri fort falls on your left and so are Panch Mahal and Jodha Bai Palace. Architecture of all these
buildings has a subtle blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural designs. Fatehpur Sikri has all these and much more.
Later continue journey to Jaipur. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Overnight at hotel in Jaipur.

Day
04

Jaipur

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After breakfast, later take a city tour. Amber Fort – Amber Fort is located in Amber (Jaipur), which used to be the
capital of the Kachhwaha clan, till Jaipur was made the official capital in 1727. The Amber Fort looks stunning, all-built
in white marble and red sandstone. To add to its charm, Maotha Lake makes its foreground. The crystal mirror image
of the Fort, on the still waters of the lake, seems to be a beautiful illusion. Amber Fort is usually pronounced as Amer
Fort. In 1592, construction of the Fort was started by Raja Man Singh I. However, the Amber Fort took its present form
during the reign of Raja Jai Singh I. Hawa Mahal is a major landmark and a famous tourist attraction of Jaipur. The
Palace offers a beautiful sight to behold. The splendid Rajputana architecture of Hawa Mahal, still speaks the glory of
the royal family. However, one can also find a glimpse of Mughal architecture, which is blended perfectly to make it
different from others. The literal meaning of Hawa Mahal is Palace of Winds. Hawa Mahal was built by Maharaja
Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. Hawa Mahal is a pyramid-shaped facade with five stories. It has 953 small windows
decorated with tiny lattice work. These pink sandstone windows commonly known as “Jharokhas” are constructed in
such a style, that it looks like a giant honeycomb. City Palace forms one of the most famous tourist attractions and a
major landmark in Jaipur. The beautiful palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh during his reign. Among the
various forts and palaces of Jaipur, City Palace stands apart, with its outstanding art and architecture. City Palace
complex covers a huge area, which is divided into a series of gardens, courtyards and buildings. Initially, Raja Jai
Singh built the outer wall occupying a huge area. The additional grand buildings were constructed later by the
succeeding rulers.Jantar Mantar at Jaipur is the largest stone observatory in the World and this feature makes it, a
special destination for a traveler. Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is one of the five astronomical observatories built by
Maharaja Jai Singh, the founder of Jaipur. During the period between 1727 and 1733, Jantar Mantar took its form and
structure. Initially Jantar Mantar was named as Yantra Mantra, which means instruments and formulae, but due to
mispronunciation of the term, it is changed to the recognized name. Later return back to hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day
05

Jaipur / Delhi (250 kms- 5.5 hrs)

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After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Delhi. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later drive to take a
combined tour of Old Delhi and New Delhi. The Older part of Capital takes you to the Red Fort with its Pearl Mosque
and exquisite audience halls, Jama Masjid Mosque, with its marble domes and slender minarets; Raj Ghat (where
Mahatma Gandhi cremated). The Modern area takes you on a drive along Rajpath, New Delhi’s broadest avenue, and
see The House of Parliament, the diplomatic enclave and the President’s House – The Royale Residency of the former viceroys and now the President of India. Visit the India Gate and The Qutub Minar built in the 12th century.
Evening drive back to Hotel.

Day
06

Delhi / Amritsar (380 kms- 8.5 hrs)

After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Amritsar. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

Day
07

Amritsar

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After breakfast, later visit:-Golden Temple – Also called Sri Harmandir Sahib, the most visited tourist attraction of Amritsar.

The Golden Temple was laid by Guru Ram Das in the 14th century.The Golden Temple, situated in Amritsar, Punjab, is the most sacred temple for Sikhs. It is acclaimed as one of the holiest sites of the Sikhs. It has four doorways and gorgeously decorated arches. Reflecting influences of both Hindu and Muslim styles of architecture, the temple standing in the middle of a tank, exudes tremendous architectural brilliance which draws the attention of numerous tourists around the globe. Although principally a pilgrimage spot for the Sikhs, it is visited by people of all religions and proves to be one of the greatest tourist attractions in Amritsar on your tour to India. Later proceed to visit Jallianwala Bagh – Is a peaceful park with picnicking families and college kids, but move to a section of the wall which still has visible bullet marks, and you will be reminded of one of the most horrific events in colonial Indian history.

When the Rowlatt Act (1919), which gave the British the power to arrest and imprison Indians without a trial if suspected of sedition, was imposed on Indians it was severely criticised and regular hartals (strikes) were organised to protest the law. Then Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, Sir Michael O’ Dwyer, arrested an Indian leader causing great unrest among the people. On April 13,1919 (also the festival of Baisakhi) around 10,000 people gathered at the Jallianwala Bagh to peacefully protest the new law. General Dyer had been called to Amritsar to return the city to order.

He arrived at the Bagh with 150-armed soldiers, ordered the crowd to disperse and two minutes later inhumanly commanded his troops to open fire. The square was surrounded by high walls and the soldiers had blocked the only entrance (and exit) to the compound. The firing (1650 rounds) continued for about 15 minutes and people were shot as they tried to jump the wall while others drowned after they jumped into the well to escape the relentless onslaught of bullets, most of which found their mark. About 400 people (including children) died while 1500 were left wounded.

Though there was an international outcry over this horrific uncalled-for massacre neither Dyer nor O’Dwyer was ever charged with any crime. In response to this massacre, Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore returned his knighthood and Gandhi began his program of civil disobedience announcing that ‘co-operation in any shape or form with this satanic government is sinful’. In 1997 Queen Elizabeth II visited Jallianwala Bagh and though she laid a wreath on the memorial to the victims no official apology was made. Jallianwala Bagh is a five-minute walk from the Golden Temple.

The stone well has been preserved as a monument to the victims (120 bodies were recovered from the well) and the “flame of liberty,” a 45 foot flame-shaped red sandstone pillar set in a pool, was built in 1961 as a memorial. The park is open from 6 am to 7 pm in summer and 7 am to 6 pm in winter. The Martyr’s Gallery which features portraits of heroes involved in the incident, is open from 9 am to 5 pm in summer and 10 am to 4 pm in winter. Evening visit Wagah Border – Located at a distance of 28 kilometers from Amritsar. It is the only border crossing between India and Pakistan. It is an army outpost to protect check intrusion from Pakistan and prevents any Indian from going to Pakistan. Special buses and taxies from Amritsar take the tourists to Wagah Border. At the border outpost there is a complex of buildings, roads and barriers on both sides. At the entrance of this outpost, there is a sightseeing gate with an inscription “Swarna Jayanti”. From this a panoramic view of the landscape is seen. There are electrified fences with 66,000 volts of electric current. Later drive back to the hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day
08

Amritsar / Delhi Depart 380 kms- 8.5 hrs)

After breakfast, check-out from hotel and drive to Delhi Airport to depart the journey.

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