Golden Triangle with Pushkar 7D-6N
The best introduction to Indian Tourism, the 6 Nights & 7 Days Golden Triangle with Pushkar tour takes you to the royal land of Rajasthan, the Wonderful Taj Mahal, and the iconic capital city of Delhi. Experience the vibrant, rustic, and perhaps the most diverse mix of land, language, and culture. From UNESCO heritage sites to exquisite Mughal architecture to Rajasthan’s royal splendor. Go on an epic odyssey of charming, hospitable, and a total sensory overloaded experience on the Golden Triangle Pushkar Fair by Moustache Escapes.
The Golden Triangle with Pushkar tour begins with a meet & greet at the Delhi Airport on your arrival. Relax and decompress at your hotel after the welcome greetings. After some refreshment and rest time, your first day of the 6 Night/ 7 Day trip begins with the tour of the Red Fort in Delhi. The imposing symbol of the Mughal Imperial power for almost 200 years stands strong to date. Enjoy the Red fort light and sound show, depicting the brief history of the city and the monument itself. A nice context for the upcoming days of travel through the rich history of the country. After the Red Fort tour, it's time for dinner and then an overnight stay at one of the best hotel in Delhi.
Start your second day of the Golden Triangle With Pushkar Tour with a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel before proceeding for a sightseeing Delhi tour. Full of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and numerous tourist attractions like Qutub Minar, a brick minaret made by the Qutubuddin Aibak. Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi is an ode to the mighty Mughal king full of symmetrical architecture and lush gardens. Visit the Presidential House, India Gate, and a visit to National Museum Delhi in the central part of the city, after lunch. Witness the crowded markets filled with electric street food, shopping centers, and the winding streets of people living in harmony at the Chandni Chowk market. At last, pay your respects at the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi in Raj Ghat. Top off your electric day with a flavorful dinner at a famous restaurant before returning to your hotel for an overnight stay.
After a good time in the capital city, the Agra tour awaits you on the 3rd day. Check-out from the hotel post-breakfast for a car ride to the famous city of Marbles, host to the wonder of the world, “The Taj Mahal”. On your way to tour and travels in Agra, you will also visit the famous Tomb of Emperor Akbar at Sikandra. Check-in at your pre-booked hotel for some rest and refreshments. Post-lunch you will head towards the local market in Agra where you can buy local handicrafts and souvenirs for your family and friends. You will visit the Taj Mahal in the evening, as you get an amazing view of this mighty symbol of love, gleaming in the golden hues of the setting sun. Spend some time admiring the beauty of the Taj Mahal and capture some good shots to remember the day for your lifetime. Next up is a flavorful culinary treat at one of the famous Mughal restaurants after which you’ll be heading for some rest at the Agra Hotel.
Start your 4th day of the 6 Nights/7 Days Golden Triangle with Ajmer & Pushkar tour, with a breakfast buffet as we say bye to Agra and head toward Jaipur. En route, you will explore the Red Fort of Agra, also known as Lal Kila Agra Fort. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was constructed in the 16th century and served as a prison for Shah Jahan, the emperor who was charged with emptying the royal coffers in pursuit of constructing the Taj Mahal. Following the Agra Fort, you will visit Itimad-Ud-tomb, also known as the "Baby Taj Mahal" because it is similar to the Minars of the Taj Mahal. The Golden Triangle With Pushkar Tour proceeds towards the Pink City, stopping in Fatehpur Sikri. A city, whose foundations were laid by the Mughals in the 16th century. Check into the Jaipur hotel after you arrive. Take an evening stroll around the markets. Dinner followed overnight in the Jaipur hotel.
Jaipur is the capital of the largest province of India area wise, i.e. Rajasthan. It pays homage to the royal family who once controlled the area and established the Old City in 1727, also called "Pink City'' due to the color of its defining buildings. Start your 5th day of the Golden Triangle With Pushkar Tour with breakfast and a Visit to the Amber Fort, the most famous place in Jaipur, where you can get the elephant safari in Amer fort as you continue to Jaigarh Fort. Also, visit the city’s other regal gems like Albert Hall Museum and the Hawa Mahal post lunch. Hawa Mahal is essentially a screen wall with numerous windows which allows the women of the royal household to observe street festivals and processions without being seen. Spend the evening at the astronomical wonder of The Jantar Mantar and the mesmerizing partially submerged Jal Mahal (Water Palace). End your day with dinner and an overnight stay at your hotel Jaipur.
After breakfast, check out of the hotel for the Ajmer to Pushkar tour. Pushkar is a town in the northeastern part of the Indian state of Rajasthan that borders the Thar Desert. The town is formed around the nucleus of a holy lake. A sacred Hindu pilgrimage site with 52 stone staircases also known as ghats where pilgrims dip to wash away their sins. Visit the legendary 14th-century Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, dedicated to Lord Brahma the God of creation, with red-stone walls inlaid with silver from pilgrims' coins. Visit the revered Ajmer Sharif Dargah on the way to Pushkar. Check into the hotel upon arrival. Then head towards Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake, and the local city. Explore the markets filled with flavorful food and colorful handicrafts. Overnight stay in the hotel Pushkar, post dinner for the final night of the tour.
On the last day of your 6 Nights / 7 Days Golden Triangle with Pushkar to Delhi tour, check out of the hotel post breakfast to be driven back to Delhi by your driver.
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