g to visit India for first time, there is no better option than the Golden Triangle Tour-covering DElhi, Agra and Jaipur. Golden Tringle tour is the most popular tourist circuit in India. This tour offers you an excellent opportunity to explore historical remnants of Mughal dynasty. The historical Delhi has many magnificent monuments like Red Fort,Qutab Minar,Jama msajid ( the largest mosque in India),Raj Ghat, India and Others.
Agra is the home of Taj Mahal, the monuments of love and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, We will also visit Fatehpur Sikri. the historic fort and the one Mugal Capital. The visit to pink city of Jaipur includes the poignant city palace Museum, The Hawa Mahal.
You will be welcomed at New Delhi Aipport by a representative of Nepal Social who will take you to your hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in New Delhi.
After having breakfast, we proceed for sightseeing to Old and New Delhi. In old Delhi, we visit the Red Fort, Akshardham Temple, and the mile-long crowded Chandni Chowk bazar. In the afternoon, we go for a drive along Rajpath to view the Parliament House, President's House and India Gate in New Delhi. We also take a visit to Qutub Minar. O/N at hotel.
After having breakfast, our third day continues with a drive to Vrindavan (Mathura) which is birth place of Lord Krishna, an ancient centre of Hindu civilization. Then, we take a took around the place by going to several temples there and also to the Ahsram and take a close view to the life of the hindu devotees there. In the afternoon, we leave Vrindavan to reach Agra. Upon arrival at Agra, check-in hotel for overnight stay.
After breakfast, we go for visit to Taj Mahal (– the most extravagant monument ever built for his ladylove Mumtaj Mahal by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1633) and Agra Fort. The beauty of these places are inexplicable. O/N at hotel in Agra.
After breakfast, we take a drive to Jaipur- the beautiful pink city. On the way, we visit Fatehpur Sikari (old deserted town of Mughal Dynasty). Here, we visit the Buland Darwaza, the palace of Jodha Bai, Birbal Bhawan and Panch Mahal. Evening check-in in Jaipur hotel. Then, we go to visit Chowki Dhani for dinner. O/N at Jaipur.
On 6th day, we take you on the visit to some popular tourist destinations of the city like the City Palace, the Hawa Mahal and the Observatory. O/N at Jaipur.
Our day starts with breakfast and then we go to Amber Fort, situated just outside the city, and also enjoy Elephant ride. After lunch, checkout and drive back to Delhi. We then take you to the International airport for boarding your flight.
The Cost Include(s)
- Airport pick-up and drop all sightseeing in Delhi.
- Tanga ride at Taj Mahal and Elephant ride at Amber Fort.
The Cost Exclude(s)
- Entry visa at India
- Items of personal use like alcoholic beverages, cold drinks, laundry etc
- Valid Travel insurance
India has a diverse geographical region, so it depends on where you are going and what you want to do there. You can visit the southern part of the country in the winter months (November to March). The temperature is mild and you can enjoy the nature in the national parks. We do not recommend you to visit the northern part of the country in the country as it would be really cold up there. However, if you go north during winter, you can always do bird watching as the migrant species arrive in this period. During summer (April to June), the temperature is mild in the south. You can go for a beach holiday or cultural tours in this region during summer. Summer is also best season to visit the Himalayas in the north. Summer is considered a good time for game viewing in the north.
It is safe to travel to India like other foreign location you visit. You will find very hospitable and helpful people in India. You don’t have to worry about your tour. We will be there to guide you adapt to the country. You should keep your spare currency, traveler’scheque, passports, and precious jewelry safely in the hotel. Also, you should be careful while walking around alone at late night in small towns because streets are empty early. We recommend you not to travel at late night and not leave your luggage unattended anywhere.
If you are nationals of Bhutan, Maldives, and Nepal, you do not need any visa. If you are not, you need a visa to visit India. You need the visa to arrive in India. Please contact your local Indian embassy or consulate while you plan your trip
We suggest you pack light cotton tops, shorts, and trousers for your visit to India during summer. You need to pack some long-sleeved cotton tops for game drives if you plan to visit national parks in India. You should pack warm clothes while traveling to India in the winters. We advise you to include the clothes suitable for the weather and temperature of the area on the particular season. Also, remember to pack some long skirts and pants while visiting religious monuments and shrines.
Sure, you can easily use your Visa and MasterCard in India. However, American Express, Dinner’s Club, and other international cards are not accepted in India. We recommend you to carry Indian rupees while you are going out of the main cities to the small places.