Golden Triangle Group Tour is a great opportunity for travel enthusiasts who like to meet new people and explore incredible places at the same time. This tour allows you to visit three of the most historically significant cities in North India, namely Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Due to the close proximity of the three cities, they are often travelled together and make for a great 5-6 days short trip. You can have a feel of the incredible history of Indian and the foreign rulers of the cities through different monuments, palaces, forts, old cityscape and the local markets.
The Golden Triangle Group Tour Packages provides you with amazing experiences with visits to top tourist attractions like Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Qutub Minar, Old Delhi area, City Palace of Jaipur and Hawa Mahal among others. The local markets let you experience the different cultures, local cuisines and shop for some great traditional clothes, artefacts, handicrafts, etc. If Delhi has a seamless blend of the old and the urban lifestyle, then Jaipur highlights the amazing Indian architecture and Agra has the most beautiful structure in the world. All three cities has something unique to offer, ensuring that you have a wonderful experience throughout the tour. Enjoy your India Group Tours with a start with an amazing Golden Triangle Circuit.
India, the country known for her cultural, lingual and sociological diversity, has always enticed imagination of travelers from Mediterranean lands, European Continent and the far West. The much-avowed golden triangle group tour covers most wonderous tri cities of Northern India - Delhi, Jaipur and Agra respectively. The tour manifests its name from a rough contour drawn as a triangle on the map, connecting three magnificent cities of North India. Each of these cities imbibe architectural and ethnic vivaciousness settled on the backdrop of overwhelming tale of histrionics. The group tour begins from Delhi, bustling capital of India, takes on Jaipur – the attractive pink city and later touches erstwhile Mughal capital, Agra, before completing the circuit in Delhi.