Golden Trigle (Delhi. Agra. Jaipur)
Day 1 Enjoy Delhi.Discover and explore thousands of years of history. Start your exploration
with Old Delhi – visit the Jama Masjid, a royal mosque built by the Mongol Emperor Shah
Jahan in 1656. Pass the Red Fort (a World Heritage Site). Built in red brick
by Shah Jahan in 1648, this magnificent monument was built along the Yamuna River and has the shape
of an irregular octagon. Visit Rajghat, the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi.
Continue towards Qutub Minar – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This tower of the
victory, is composed of a brick minaret, 5 floors and 72.5 meters high. The building of the
minaret started in 1193, commissioned by Qutbuddin Aibak and was finished in 1368.
Pass the India Gate, a national monument of India. It is one of India's largest war memorials, designed by Sir Edwin Luytens to commemorate the 90,000 soldiers of the former army
British Indian who lost their lives in the First World War. It is built of stone,
red sand and granite. Edwin Luytens spent 20 years building the city in a unique style
combining classic Western and Indian ornamental designs.
Walk along the majestic boulevards of New Delhi, you will discover the Rashtrapati Bhavan,
(presidential palace with 340 rooms), built on Raisina Hill, where the viceroy lived and it is today the
official residence of the Indian President.
Day 2 Agra
Drive to Agra, Agra Fort, elegant building whose interior reflects the synthesis between Hindu style and architecture
Asian was built by Emperor Akber. Then, at the tomb of Itmal-ud-Dullah, the father of Nur
Jehan, a 2-storey marble building with mosaics inlaid with semi-precious stones.
Day 3 Agra
Visite the Tajmahal , In the morning, enjoy an exclusive Tonga ride to reach the Taj Mahal.
(closed Friday). Probably the most photographed monument in the world, you have
certainly heard of it, but seeing it is beyond anything you've dreamed of, its construction
fabulous, its glory and beauty are unforgettable. Enjoy a demonstration of
marquetry of precious and semi-precious stones in marble. On the way, stop to visit Fatehpur Sikri, a sandstone masterpiece with its elegant and magnificent palace. Arrive at Jaipur.
Day 4 Jaipur
After breakfast, the visit begins with an excursion to the Fort of Amber proudly crowning the
hill. Depending on availability, an elephant ride up the hill will transport you into the
world of kings, nabobs and maharajahs.
Visit Jagmandir (or Hall of Victory), and Jaimahal sitting in the middle of the lake with his delicate work of
mirrors and marquetry. On the way to the pink city, you will attend a demonstration
printing on cotton textiles.
In the afternoon, visit the Maharajah City Palace, a museum which contains the original collection of paintings
housing of maharajas, royal dresses and a variety of crafts typical of Rajasthan.
Pass by the Hawa Mahal (or Palace of Wind), the pink structures, the official buildings and the
Jaipur markets. See the Jantar Mantar, the stone observatory built in the 18th century by the
Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II, and the enormous instruments used to study the movement of
constellations and stars. You can also enjoy a rickshaw ride through
Jaipur, the pink city.
Day 5 Depart to Delhi
Only Guide fees included
All of hotels , transport, monument charges, tips, meals etc exclusive.