As the name suggests, the golden triangle tour essentially includes the icon states of India namely Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh which as per their geographical location make a golden triangle in India. In these neighbouring states, the primary cities which are covered in the golden triangle are New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. This trip which derives its name coined by the National Highway Authority is ideal for tourists who are short on time but wish to visit India in a Nutshell.
From the capital of Delhi which has its bustling bazaar, Magnificent monuments, the golden triangle packages of Go Delhi take you straight to the well preserved treasures of Agra. After the Qutab Minar in Delhi has left tourists speechless, it is time to experience the memorial monument of romance The Taj Mahal, the only Indian monument which is a part of the seven wonders of the World. Then we continue to the Pink City, Jaipur to explore the incredible Amber Fort.In a cumulative, the character and charm of North India is summed up in the Golden Triangle Tour.
- Golden Triangle 4 days
- This is the shortest Golden Triangle trip completed in just four days.
- Golden Triangle 5 days
- This 5 days tour provides a holistic experience of the cities comprising the Golden Triangle.
- Golden Triangle 6 days
- Golden Triangle serves the circuit of tourism in India which includes three destinations namely Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.
The cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, being in North India face extreme type of climate, very hot in the summers and very cold in the winters. The Summer temperatures reach the peak at 48-50 Degree Celcius in the summer months of May, June & July. The temperature in the winter months of December to February can sometimes dip down to 3-4 Degree Celcius. Monsoons in North India are from July-September.
All three cities celebrate Holi, Diwali, Durga Puja, Dussehra, Eid, Teej, Christmas, New year with lots of enthusiasm & cheer. Being cosmopolitan in nature, they celebrate all festivals, of all religions with equal fanfare.
Beware of pick pockets when you are in crowded places like Chandni Chowk, Taj Mahal and all the market places. Be very cautious of over friendly people and do not get into conversations with complete strangers. Please carry a pair of socks when visiting Taj Mahal, as you are required to take off your shoes at the entrance of the Taj Mahal. Hire reputable and reliable guides from your hotel, and do not get a guide at the monuments as they could charge more and force you to go for shopping. Hire reliable Taxis from your hotel, they are safer for you. Dress modestly, as too much skin show and public display of affection may warrant unnecessary attention. Drink bottled water, which is easily available at all local shops, and complimentary at the hotels. Do not encourage beggars on the roads.