Golden Triangle Tour

 

 

The cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are always known to have a magical connection. These cities embody the diversity and the rich culture of India. The Golden Triangle tour is none other than a trip taken across these three cities. It is so called because of the triangular shape formed by the geographical locations of these cities.

The golden triangle has become one of the most travelled paths in India. Every day, countless tourists flock the route to experience the most exotic experience there is. This route contains the pulse of India’s culture and provides a good glimpse into the country’s diverse landscape.

The trip usually starts from Delhi, the capital city of India. From there, the route take you southward to Agra and then to Jaipur. The final round is after coming back to Delhi again, thus completing the golden triangle.

Agra is a city with an incredibly mesmerizing history. The monuments that decorate the city are standing testimony to that. The Agra Fort, built by the great Mughal emperor Akbar, beckons you with its scintillating charm. The world famous Taj Mahal, the ultimate symbol of love is truly a wonder of the world.

The next Destination is Jaipur, also known as the pink city of India. The rustic charm of this exotic city will win you over in a matter of minutes. The main attractions include the Amber fort, where the magnificent elephant ride awaits you to take you on a ride of a lifetime. The palace of winds, the Hawa-Mahal has the power to take you to another world. Adjacent to it is the Jantar Mantar astronomical observatory. This place will make you marvel at the ingenuity of the ancient science. The city of Ajmer is nearby. If you have got the time, the city can give you some memorable moments.

The last stop is Delhi which forms the third vertex of the golden triangle tour. The Red Fort, The Raj Ghat, The Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk etc. will make you delve into inner spirit of the incredible India. The Qutub Minar, the tallest tower in India can be time well spent. The Rahstrapathi bhavan, the Supreme Court, the India Gate etc. will let you revel in the wonders of the largest democracy in the world. Other attractions include the Lotus temple, Laxmi Narayan temple etc.

The name golden triangle suits the three gems of India aptly. If you are looking get feel of the young, throbbing India, to sink yourself into the rustic charm of India, this is the way to go about. So, what are you waiting for? Go forth and own the golden triangle experience.