Friday, May 3, 2013

Delhi Jaipur Agra - Golden Triangle Tour Packages

If you are planning to visit the historical state of Uttar Pradesh then your visit to Golden Triangle tour becomes mandatory.
But, what is Golden Triangle tour? It is the very popular triangle tour plan which includes tour circuit from Jaipur-Agra via Fatehpur Sikri. However, some of the Golden Triangle tour plan may start from Delhi-Agra-Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri.
It is now understood that why it is called triangle tour plan. But still the question lies that why it is called “Golden“ triangle tour? This particular itinerary includes visits to three historical places of India and hence it is said “Golden”. These three cities lie in three different states New Delhi (Delhi), Uttar Pradesh (Agra) and Rajasthan (Jaipur) is popular for its glory, history and grandeur.  The entire circuit falls in the range of 900 km which can be easily travelled in a day.
Lots of tour and travel agencies offer Golden Triangle packages travelled by road which completes the entire circuit in a day or two. [Enquire Now]

Delhi is not the only political capital of India but is the cultural capital of India. It has been a strong history described in great famous Indian epic Mahabharata. Delhi was described as the capital of Pandava province known as Indraprastha. Delhi is the melting pot of Indians where it is considered that if you catch the pulse of Delhi then you can catch the pulse of India. The essence of Indian history, religion and spirituality found in Delhi inspire you, amaze you, fascinate you and impress you.
The major sightseeing covered in Delhi is Old Delhi, Red Fort, India gate, Chandni Chowk, Jama masjid, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Humayun’s tomb, Lakshminarayanan Temple, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, even more monuments, museums and markets. Your tour to Delhi will be the delightful charm when you travel along the narrow lanes of Old Delhi, British construction of Connaught Place, modern multiplexes, shopping malls and roadside eateries. [Enquire Now]

Like Delhi, Agra is also located on the bank of river Yamuna takes four hour ride by car from Delhi to Agra. Agra is the city of stunning beautiful Mughal architecture Taj Mahal, engraved as one of the six world heritage sites and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Taj Mahal is the monument built during the royal reign of Mughal Emporer Shahjahan in the sweet and loving memories of his Queen Mumtaj Mahal.
Near to Agra on the route to Jaipur is Fatehpur Sikri. Fatehpur Sikri was built by mighty Mughal Emperor Akbar, a grandfather of ShahJahan (who built Taj Mahal). The destination is quite popular to enjoy the cold touch me not tranquillity of the monuments that is experienced depending on your mood at different time during the day especially during sunrise and sunset. Fatehpur Sikri is also known as ghost city. [Enquire Now]

Pink City, Jaipur is the state capital of Rajasthan, India is known for the vast desert area. It is distinctly marked as the first planned city in India with the broad avenues, beautiful parks and gardens, stunning monuments, market area with verandas. It is the city where you feel the air of royalty and grandeur as well as the gentleness of a bygone epoch. Jaipur is known for Jantar Mantar (astronomical observatory), City Palace, Hawa Mahal – a unique five storey structure built for royal ladies that allow them to view street life from the high-rise balcony. Today, many old palaces are converted into heritage hotels which are ideal stay for royal families and foreign tourists. Jaipur is famous for its people in colorful attire, shopping handicrafts, textile and jewelers, finger licking Rajasthani delicacies.
Golden triangle tour package is the wonderful chance to explore these three adoring destinations of India. Lots of tour packages are organized that include two days, one night package to nearly week’s itinerary. The package in closed circuit is a great experience with well-designed packaged tour that fits all the desires of local and foreign tourists. [Enquire Now]

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