Golden Triangle Tour 6 Days

Tour Overview

Experience the essence of India's rich history and cultural heritage on our meticulously curated Golden Triangle 6-Day Tour. Begins in Delhi, where the vibrant streets come alive with visits to the iconic Red Fort, an architectural marvel that housed Mughal emperors, followed by the grandeur of Jama Masjid, one of India's largest mosques, and a moment of reflection at Raj Ghat, Mahatma Gandhi's memorial. And unfolds in Agra, home to the unparalleled Taj Mahal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a testament to undying love, accompanied by the majestic Agra Fort, an embodiment of Mughal power and elegance. En route to Jaipur, invites exploration of the Amber Fort, a stunning hilltop fortress offering panoramic views and an insight into Rajputana history, followed by the opulent City Palace and the astronomical wonders of Jantar Mantar, a UNESCO-listed observatory. The tour culminates with the iconic Hawa Mahal, the "Palace of Winds," before delving into the vibrant markets for local crafts and flavors.

Throughout this journey, immerse yourself in the architectural splendors, historical legacies, and cultural tapestry that define the heart of India, creating indelible memories that encapsulate the essence of the Golden Triangle.

Detailed Itinerary of Golden Triangle Tour 5 Nights 6 days

Day 1 - Delhi Sightseeing

Embark on a Journey in Comfort

Let our skilled driver and insightful guide be your gracious hosts, picking you up from your hotel, airport, or any preferred spot. Together, they will seamlessly navigate the path to your destination, ensuring not just a ride but a curated experience tailored to your preferences.

Red Fort (Lal Qila)

Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its stunning architecture and historical significance. Constructed by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, the Red Fort served as the main residence of the Mughal emperors for nearly 200 years. Its red sandstone walls, impressive gates, and intricate marble structures showcase a blend of Persian, Timurid, and Indian architectural styles. Diwan-i-Am (Hall of Public Audience), Diwan-i-Khas (Hall of Private Audience), Rang Mahal (Palace of Colors), and the stunning Nahr-i-Behisht (Stream of Paradise) gardens within the complex.

Jama Masjid

Visit India's largest mosque, offering a glimpse into the Mughal era's grandeur. Built by Emperor Shah Jahan, this grand mosque is one of the largest in India and holds religious importance for the Muslim community. Its imposing red sandstone and white marble structure, along with its three marble domes and two minarets, make it an architectural marvel. The courtyard can accommodate thousands of worshippers, and the mosque houses relics of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Qutub Minar

Located in Delhi, Qutub Minar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the tallest brick minarets in the world.Built in the early 13th century, it stands at about 73 meters and is adorned with intricate carvings and verses from the Quran. The complex also includes the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, Iron Pillar of Delhi, Alai Darwaza, and other historically significant structures.

Humayun's Tomb

an architectural marvel and another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi, Humayun's Tomb is a magnificent garden tomb and one of the earliest examples of Mughal architecture in India. Constructed in the 16th century, it is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun and is known for its grandeur, Persian-inspired architecture, and landscaped gardens.


Indulge in a Delhi lunch break that transcends the ordinary—an epicurean journey where the city's diverse flavors and culinary delights converge. Whether you choose to savor the aromatic spices of street food in Chandni Chowk, relish regional delicacies in a heritage restaurant, or opt for international fusion in the heart of the city, your lunch break in Delhi is a gastronomic adventure. Let each bite be a symphony of tastes, an ode to Delhi's culinary richness, and a moment of respite amid this bustling metropolis.

Rashtrapati Bhavan

located in New Delhi, is the official residence of the President of India. This architectural masterpiece was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker and was completed in 1929. It's an exquisite blend of Indian and Western architectural styles.

Spread over 300 acres, the Rashtrapati Bhavan is an iconic symbol of India's democracy and power. The building itself is grand and imposing, with intricate details and vast open spaces. The Mughal Gardens within its complex are a spectacular sight, especially during the annual spring opening when they showcase a stunning variety of flowers and plants.

Apart from being the President's residence, the Rashtrapati Bhavan also hosts important state functions and ceremonies. Its design and aura reflect the country's rich history, culture, and political significance.

Walking Tour

Embark on a sensory odyssey through the heart of Delhi with our captivating Walking Tour. Meander through the bustling streets where history and modernity coalesce, guided by our expert storyteller who unveils the city's tales with every step. Traverse iconic landmarks like India Gate, delve into the vibrant chaos of Chandni Chowk's markets, and explore the cultural richness of Old Delhi's narrow alleys. From historical monuments to aromatic street food stalls, our Delhi Walking Tour is a personalized journey, inviting you to immerse yourself in the city's diverse flavors, aromas, and anecdotes. Step into the living history of Delhi, where every corner tells a story, and each stride is a discovery of the city's soul.

Retreat to Your Abode

Recline in the comfort of your hotel after a day of exploration. Feel free to wander the nearby streets, absorbing the local atmosphere. Choose to indulge in a delectable dinner either at the hotel or at a local restaurant of your preference, savoring the culinary delights of the City of Taj. Let the night unfold as you settle in for an overnight stay, enveloped in the timeless allure of Agra.

Day 2 - Delhi Sightseeing & Travel to Agra

Morning Start-Up

Savor a delightful breakfast before embarking on a picturesque journey through the capital. Our experienced driver and knowledgeable guide are ready to accompany you, ensuring an enriching and insightful experience as you explore the wonders of the city.

Akshardham Temple

The Akshardham Temple, also known as Swaminarayan Akshardham, is a Hindu temple complex in Delhi, India. Built by the Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) organization, it was inaugurated in 2005. The temple complex showcases traditional Hindu and Indian culture, art, spirituality, and architecture.

The central monument of the complex is breathtaking, featuring intricate carvings, stunning architecture, and ornate details. The temple is dedicated to Bhagwan Swaminarayan and encompasses exhibitions, gardens, a musical fountain, and more. The exhibitions display India's ancient contributions to various fields like science, art, spirituality, and architecture, offering an immersive experience to you.

India Gate

The India Gate is an iconic monument located in the heart of New Delhi, India. It's a war memorial built to honor the soldiers of the Indian Army who lost their lives in World War I. The monument stands as a symbol of bravery and sacrifice.

Constructed in the early 20th century, the India Gate is a majestic structure resembling an archway and is often compared to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The names of soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the Afghan Wars and World War I are inscribed on the walls of the gate.

Surrounded by beautifully manicured lawns, the India Gate is not just a memorial but also a popular gathering spot for travel lovers like you. Especially in the evenings, it becomes a vibrant hub where people come to relax, enjoy the atmosphere, and pay homage to the soldiers while soaking in the monument's historical significance.


Embark on a gastronomic adventure during your lunch break in Delhi, where flavors converge to create a symphony for your taste buds. Whether you opt for the aromatic spices of street food in Chandni Chowk, indulge in regional delicacies at a heritage restaurant, or savor international fusion in the heart of the city, each bite is an exploration of Delhi's culinary richness.

Parliament House

situated in the heart of New Delhi, stands as an architectural marvel and the epicenter of the country's legislative power. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker, this grand structure, also known as Sansad Bhavan, is a symbol of democratic governance and unity.

Completed in 1927, the circular edifice is an imposing blend of Western and Indian architectural styles. Its unique circular shape represents a sense of equality among the members of the parliament, fostering a democratic ethos. The building is adorned with colonnades, intricate carvings, and a central dome, exuding a sense of authority and elegance.

Journey to Agra

After savoring the wonderful tour of the capital, set forth on a delightful journey to Agra via the Yamuna Expressway. The well-constructed expressway promises a seamless and scenic drive, allowing you to witness the changing landscapes on your way to the City of Taj. Anticipate a journey filled with comfort and picturesque views, setting the stage for your next chapter of exploration in Agra.

Upon your arrival, seamlessly check into your hotel, your haven for the journey ahead. Take a moment to freshen up, allowing yourself to unwind and prepare for the exciting adventures that await you.

Walking Tour

It's a passage through time, where every landmark and alleyway unravels the layers of Agra's cultural tapestry. Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors, aromas, and stories that define the city, forging a connection between the present and the legacy of Agra's glorious past.

Retreat to Your Haven

Revisit the comfort of your hotel and unwind. Venture into the nearby streets for a leisurely exploration. Delight in the culinary treasures of Agra during dinner, where time-honored recipes harmonize with contemporary tastes, promising an unforgettable dining affair that encapsulates the rich heritage of the city. Let the night unfold as you relax and savor the timeless flavors of Agra.

Day 3 - Agra Sightseeing

Morning Feast

Begin your day with a delightful breakfast served at the hotel, setting the tone for an energizing day ahead. Post your morning repast, prepare to depart for a scenic route promising a journey of wonderful experiences.

Agra Fort

The Agra Fort, also recognized as the Red Fort of Agra, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. It stands as a testament to the grandeur of the Mughal Empire and is an architectural marvel from the 16th century. It served as the main residence of the Mughal emperors until 1638 when the capital moved to Delhi. It also witnessed several historical events, including Shah Jahan's house arrest by his son Aurangzeb.

It has a stunning white marble palace Khas Mahal where the emperor resided. It showcases intricate designs and offers a glimpse into royal living quarters Sheesh Mahal (Mirror Palace) known for its intricate mirror work and beautiful decorations, it was once used as a private palace.

Sikandra, Agra - A Regal Mausoleum

situated in the northern outskirts of Agra, is home to the impressive tomb of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. This architectural marvel is a fusion of various styles, blending elements of Indian, Persian, and Timurid designs.

The main gateway to Sikandra sets the tone for the grandeur within, with its stunning red sandstone construction and intricate geometric patterns. As you enter the complex, the lush gardens and walkways lead you to the heart of Sikandra—the tomb of Emperor Akbar.


Indulge in a midday feast that transcends mere sustenance - it's a symphony of flavors echoing through Agra's culinary tapestry. Whether you opt for a leisurely affair in a historic eatery or a picnic in the shadow of the Taj Mahal, your lunch break becomes an exquisite pause, where every bite tells a story of Agra's rich gastronomic heritage. So, let the city's vibrant energy infuse your meal, turning a simple lunch into a delightful journey through the heart of Agra's culinary delights.

Itimad-ud-Daulah (Baby Taj)

Often regarded as a draft of the Taj Mahal, the Itimad-ud-Daulah is a mausoleum built for Mirza Ghiyas Beg, who was the grandfather of Mumtaz Mahal, the wife of Emperor Shah Jahan. This white marble structure is intricately adorned with delicate carvings, intricate marble inlay work, and beautiful Persian-inspired designs, showcasing a transition from the red sandstone architecture of earlier Mughal buildings to the pristine white marble of the Taj Mahal.

The monument stands in the middle of a Persian-style garden, adding to its charm and serenity. The gardens are divided into four quadrants and feature pathways and water channels. The interior of the mausoleum houses cenotaphs of Mirza Ghiyas Beg and his wife, embellished with intricate inlay work and carvings.

Taj Mahal Sunset at Mehtab Bagh

Experience the ethereal beauty of the Taj Mahal at sunset from the tranquil gardens of Mehtab Bagh. As the sun descends, casting a warm glow upon the iconic marble monument, Mehtab Bagh provides a serene vantage point across the Yamuna River. Nestled on the opposite bank, Mehtab Bagh offers a breathtaking panorama of the Taj Mahal, showcasing the monument's timeless silhouette against the canvas of the setting sun. The changing colors of the sky create a magical backdrop, casting the Taj Mahal in hues of orange, pink, and gold.

Taj Mahal Sunset at Mehtab Bagh is a moment of quiet contemplation, a poetic interlude that captures the sublime beauty of one of the world's most iconic landmarks.

Retreat to Your Haven

Revisit the comfort of your hotel and unwind. Venture into the nearby streets for a leisurely exploration. Delight in the culinary treasures of Agra during dinner, where time-honored recipes harmonize with contemporary tastes, promising an unforgettable dining affair that encapsulates the rich heritage of the city. Let the night unfold as you relax and savor the timeless flavors of Agra.

Day 4 - Taj Mahal at Sunrise & Travel to Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri & Chand Baori Sightseeing

Embark on a Magical Sunrise

Let our seasoned driver and expert guide be your companions as they drive you to the ethereal beauty of the Taj Mahal at sunrise. Prepare to be enchanted by this iconic monument's timeless allure, guided by our experienced team's insights and knowledge.

Sunrise at Taj Mahal

Witnessing the sunrise at the Taj Mahal is a magical experience, as the first rays of sunlight illuminate this iconic monument, casting a soft, golden glow on its pristine white marble facade. The changing colors of the sky create a mesmerizing backdrop, enhancing the beauty of the monument and creating an atmosphere of tranquility and serenity. The morning light brings out the intricate details of the Taj Mahal's architecture, including its intricate marble inlays and delicate carvings, making it an ideal time for photography enthusiasts.

The calmness of the early morning hours adds to the enchantment of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, allowing you to appreciate its beauty in a peaceful beauty.

The timing of the Taj Mahal sunrise is subject to variations based on prevailing weather conditions and climatic factors.

The Taj Mahal is closed every Friday.

Morning Feast

After sunrise kick off your day with a delightful breakfast served at the hotel, setting the tone for an energizing day ahead.

Embark on a Historical Excursion

Following a delightful breakfast, set forth on a journey to Fatehpur Sikri, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a travel time of approximately 1 hour. Prepare for a historical sojourn as you explore the architectural marvels and timeless tales nestled within the walls of this ancient city.

Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri, located near Agra in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, is a remarkable city that stands frozen in time, narrating the tales of Mughal grandeur and architectural brilliance. Commissioned by Emperor Akbar in the 16th century, Fatehpur Sikri served as the capital of the Mughal Empire for a short-lived period before being abandoned due to water scarcity.

The city is an extraordinary blend of Persian, Timurid, and Indian architectural styles, featuring magnificent structures crafted from red sandstone. Notable among them is the Buland Darwaza, an imposing gateway that symbolizes Akbar's victory over Gujarat. The Jama Masjid, with its intricate marble inlays, and the Diwan-i-Khas, adorned with ornate columns, showcase the architectural prowess of the Mughals.

The five-story palace stands as a silent witness to the royal court's gatherings, while the Anup Talao, a picturesque pond, adds to the city's serene charm. The Jodha Bai Palace, believed to be the residence of Akbar's Rajput queen, and the Birbal's House, dedicated to Akbar's trusted advisor, are among the other notable structures.

Fatehpur Sikri's most iconic attraction is the Tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti, a revered Sufi saint.You can seek blessings at this white marble masterpiece, known for its spiritual aura and architectural finesse.


In the heart of Fatehpur Sikri, where the echoes of history resonate, amidst the regal ambiance of the ancient city, indulge in a feast that mirrors the grandeur of Mughal heritage. Savory delights await, providing not just a respite for the palate but a moment of gastronomic indulgence amidst the timeless beauty of Fatehpur Sikri.

After immersing yourself in a lunch experience that transcends time, where flavors and history converge for a memorable interlude in your journey through this architectural marvel move forward to visit the Chand Baori.

Chand Baori: A Mesmerizing Stepwel

Chand Baori, located in the village of Abhaneri near Jaipur, is one of the deepest and most visually stunning stepwells in India. This architectural marvel was constructed during the 9th and 10th centuries and is a testament to the advanced water harvesting and storage systems of ancient times.

The stepwell is an intricate symphony of perfectly aligned steps, forming a mesmerizing geometric pattern that descends deep into the earth. With 3,500 steps arranged in a precise and artistic manner, Chand Baori not only served as a reliable water source but also showcased the architectural prowess of its creators.

The structure consists of a series of pavilions with unique carvings and sculptures, providing a sense of grandeur to the entire complex. The stepped levels create a visual spectacle, especially when viewed from different angles, making it a popular destination for photographers and architecture enthusiasts.

Embark on a Jaipur Bound Journey

Bid farewell to the historical marvels of Chand Baori as you set out for the Pink City of Jaipur, a scenic drive that unfolds over approximately 3 to 4 hours. Upon arrival, check into your hotel, where relaxation beckons. Dive into the culinary delights of Jaipur with a delightful dinner, promising a flavorful experience. Allow the night to gently embrace you as you settle in for an overnight stay in the regal ambiance of Jaipur.

Day 5: Jaipur Sightseeing


Commence your adventure with grace as our skilled driver and seasoned guide with experience extend a warm welcome, picking you up from your preferred location. This marks the beginning of a journey where each moment is expertly crafted for your exploration and enjoyment.

Amber Fort

Explore this majestic fort, located on a hilltop and known for its artistic Hindu-style elements. Amber Fort, also known as Amer Fort, is a majestic historical fort located about 11 kilometers from Jaipur. This UNESCO World Heritage Site stands atop a hill and offers a captivating blend of Hindu and Mughal architectural styles. The fort's grandeur is evident from its impressive gates, ramparts, and intricate carvings that adorn the walls.

The fort offers panoramic views of the surrounding hills, Maota Lake, and the city of Jaipur, making it a photographer's paradise, especially during sunrise or sunset.

Elephant Village (Hathi Gaon)

The Elephant Village in Jaipur offers you a chance to interact with elephants and learn about their care, conservation efforts, and the traditional mahout (elephant caretaker) lifestyle. You can get the opportunity to feed the elephants their favorite treats and even participate in bathing them in the river or a designated area, depending on the setup.

Engage with the mahouts who have an intimate understanding of these majestic creatures and learn about their daily routines, behaviors, and the bond they share with the elephants.


Indulge in a midday feast amidst the regal charm of Jaipur. Our lunch break is a culinary sojourn, where vibrant flavors and local delicacies converge in a symphony of tastes. Relish the exquisite palate of Rajasthan in every bite, surrounded by the cultural richness that defines the Pink City. This isn't just a break; it's a gastronomic celebration, a moment to savor the essence of Jaipur's culinary heritage.

Jal Mahal

Nestled serenely amid the Man Sagar Lake, the Jal Mahal, or Water Palace, is a captivating architectural gem that seamlessly blends Rajput and Mughal styles. Enveloped in the tranquility of its watery surroundings, this five-story palace reveals only its upper floor, creating a mesmerizing sight during sunrise and sunset. Admire the intricately adorned facade and immerse yourself in the picturesque beauty of this floating palace, which stands as a testament to Jaipur's architectural prowess.

Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds)

This stunning five-story palace is renowned for its unique honeycomb-like structure with over 900 intricately carved windows (jharokhas). These windows were designed to allow cool air to circulate, giving the palace its name "Hawa Mahal" or "Palace of Winds." Built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, the Hawa Mahal was primarily designed for royal women to observe everyday life and festivals on the streets without being seen from outside. While the exterior is its most striking feature, you can explore a limited section of the interior, witnessing the elaborate latticework, small chambers, and balconies.

City Palace

Heritage and Architecture: The City Palace is a majestic complex showcasing a fusion of Rajput, Mughal, and European architectural styles. It comprises courtyards, gardens, palaces, and museums that reflect the rich history and culture of Jaipur's royal lineage. Initially a reception center, it now houses the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum, displaying royal costumes, textiles, and artifacts.

Chandra Mahal the part of the palace is still a residence for the royal family, but certain sections are open to the public, showcasing exquisite craftsmanship and paintings. Diwan-i-Khas and Diwan-i-Aam are used as halls for private audiences and public gatherings, respectively, exhibiting opulent interiors.

Walking Tour

Experience the local culture by strolling through the vibrant markets and bazaars. Jaipur is renowned for its vibrant and diverse markets, known as bazaars, offering an array of goods from textiles and jewelry to handicrafts and spices. Like Johari, Bapu, Tripolia Bazaar, and many more.

Retreat to Your Oasis

Head back to the hotel and unwind in the comfort of your accommodation. Take a stroll through the nearby streets, soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of the Pink City. Choose to indulge in a delectable dinner either at the hotel or at a local restaurant of your preference, reveling in the culinary delights that Jaipur has to offer. Let the night unfold as you settle in for an overnight stay, immersed in the regal charm of the Pink City.

Day 6: Jaipur Sightseeing & Return to Delhi

Embark on a Guided Excursion

Post breakfast, your adventure begins with our driver graciously collecting you from your hotel, accompanied by your knowledgeable and personal guide. Prepare for an immersive journey as you delve into the exploration of captivating places, ensuring an enriching and personalized experience tailored to your preferences.

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is an extraordinary astronomical observatory and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's a collection of architectural astronomical instruments built by Maharaja Jai Singh II, a Rajput king and astronomer, in the early 18th century.

The primary purpose of Jantar Mantar was to observe celestial bodies and accurately measure time, altitude, azimuth, and the orbits of planets. The site houses several instruments, each designed for specific astronomical calculations.

Albert Hall Museum: The Crown Jewel of Jaipur's Heritage

Step into the splendid Albert Hall Museum, a palatial structure that narrates the story of Jaipur's rich history and cultural heritage. Established in 1876, this museum, designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, showcases an impressive collection of artifacts, including ancient sculptures, colorful textiles, and intricate handicrafts. Wander through its corridors, adorned with Indo-Saracenic architecture, and marvel at the cultural treasures that span centuries, providing a comprehensive glimpse into the vibrant tapestry of Rajasthan's legacy.

Gaitore ki Chhatriyan: Royal Cenotaphs of Jaipur

Gaitore ki Chhatriyan is a collection of intricately designed cenotaphs or chhatris, dedicated to the royal family of Jaipur. Located in the serene surroundings of the Nahargarh Fort, each chhatri represents the final resting place of a Maharaja or other royalty. The architectural elegance, coupled with the peaceful ambiance, makes Gaitore a unique and historically significant site. Visitors can explore the beautiful craftsmanship of these cenotaphs while gaining insights into the regal history of Jaipur.


Delight in a sumptuous lunch experience at a local eatery in Jaipur, where traditional Indian cuisine unfolds in a symphony of flavors. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of spices and culinary artistry, creating a dining experience that captures the essence of Jaipur's vibrant gastronomic culture.

Jaigarh Fort

Perched on the Aravalli Hills overlooking Jaipur, Jaigarh Fort stands as a formidable guardian, offering panoramic views of the Pink City and the surrounding landscape. Built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the early 18th century, this imposing fort was designed to protect the majestic Amber Fort and the city below.

The fort is renowned for its well-preserved structures, including the massive Jaivana Cannon, one of the world's largest wheeled cannons. You can explore the impressive battlements, palaces, and museums within the fort complex. The most notable structure is the Vijay Garh, a tall watchtower that served both strategic and astronomical purposes. Jaigarh Fort is not just a testament to military architecture but also a repository of Jaipur's royal history.

Depart for Delhi

Head back to Delhi, you will reach Delhi by late evening with the mid-way break. Upon arrival, you will be dropped at your hotel or your preferred accommodation in the adventurous memories.

Note: Every itinerary has room for enhancement. Feel free to share your preferred pick-up/drop-off locations and ideal timings to further tailor the above plan to your preferences.

Highlights of Tour

  • Discovering the Renowned Charms of Delhi.
  • Marvelling at the Beauty of Taj Mahal at Agra.
  • Visiting Great Akbar's Favourite Fatehpur Sikri.
  • Mesmerising Water Conservation in Abhaneri Step Well.
  • Exploring the Essence of the Historic city of Jaipur.
  • Enjoying the delicious Popular Cuisine in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.

NOTE: We understand that travel plans are never perfect hence, you can customize your existing tour package with your desired locations, timings etc.


  • Private uniformed Chauffeur.
  • Live Tour Guide in Various Foreign Languages.
  • Entry Fees for Monuments (If option Chosen).
  • Sightseeing by private Air-Conditioned Car/Tempo Traveller.
  • Pick up and drop in Delhi Airport/Railway Station/Desired Locations.
  • All parking fees, tolls and taxes, allowances, fuel, and interstate taxes.
  • 3 or 5-Star Hotel Accommodation with Morning Breakfast (If option Chosen).


  • Other personal expenses.
  • Any Other Activity That is not mentioned in the Inclusion.


  • Private uniformed Chauffeur.
  • Live Tour Guide in Various Foreign Languages.
  • Entry Fees for Monuments (If option Chosen).
  • Sightseeing by private Air-Conditioned Car/Tempo Traveller.
  • Pick up and drop in Delhi Airport/Railway Station/Desired Locations.
  • All parking fees, tolls and taxes, allowances, fuel, and interstate taxes.
  • 3 or 5-Star Hotel Accommodation with Morning Breakfast (If option Chosen).


  • Other personal expenses.
  • Any Other Activity That is not mentioned in the Inclusion.

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