The Golden Triangle India comprises of some of the best attractions in India hence, this route is mostly followed by Indian as well as foreign tourists. This tour comprises of three exotic cities- Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Delhi is the national capital of Delhi, dotted with splendid attractions. Agra is known for the symbol of love- Taj Mahal. And Jaipur is the pink city as well as the capital city of Rajasthan, famous for rich heritage, majestic forts and awe-inspiring palaces.
India is a vast country and has so much to explore. So to explore it in the shortest span, the Golden Triangle of India Tourism is perfect to choose. As the three destinations – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur get you the full-fledges glimpses of India.
Each tourist destination is different from other in the terms of architecture, culture, traditions and cuisines.
For photographers, there are numerous spots to click the pictures. You can click from different angles. Especially the photography tour of Taj Mahal is very popular.
This tour provides you the information based on the history of the ancient times so that you can connect to it in a better way.
Golden Triangle Tour with Ranathambore can be enjoyed to spot the wildlife. The Ranthambore National Park is popular for the collection of Royal Bengal Tiger. Some other animals like- chinkara, leopards, black-buck, wild boar, spotted deer, barking deer etc can be spotted.
This tour is a perfect tour for shopaholics as you get numerous local shops to buy for you and your family, relatives. You can get so much unique stuff at every destination.
In India, guests are treated as god because it is said “Atithi Devo Bhava”. So you will be amazed to see the grand hospitality offered by the Indians.
You get an opportunity to taste the different flavors of India food in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The Indian food is spicy and mouth watering.
The Golden Triangle Tour Package Cost is Budget friendly and can be planned at affordable prices.
You can also experience the royal stay at the heritage havelis which were the former residences of the past rulers.
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