Taste of Golden Triangle and Amritsar – 9 Days
Fantastic Golden Triangle tour- the most incredible trip was releasing the flavorsome dishes, vibrant cultures, ancient past of fantastic Indian. This golden trip package takes the tourists on a journey of three strange places of north India namely Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. This traveling routine features brave fortresses, magnificence castles, and beautiful historical monuments. Covering the three golden places is a visible gateway to the eyes of several art, structure, and history. It truly offers a real flavor of India. Golden Triangle Tour of India is one chance to glance at the different aspects of India.
Erco Travels presenting Golden Triangle tour with Amritsar tour. Amritsar is the sacred city of Sikh religion of India. This tour covers the all Amritsar with the fantastic view of the perfect home of “Harmandir Sahib-Golden Temple,” it is the cultural and spiritual center of Sikhs. A large number of traveler and pilgrims come to visit this holy place.
Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur are the key attraction of this tour, but a trip of Amritsar make this tour more unique and divine. It’s like delicious toppings on the cake. Amritsar is also full with the martyr’s stories and freedom movement places like Jallianwala Bagh; In Amritsar, you can explore the culture of Sikhs with delicious traditional cuisines like Amritsari Kulcha, Amritsari fish, Lassi, and Sarson Da Saag and Makki di Roti.
So just set your plan with us to explore the new flavor of Golden Triangle tour in Amritsar style with us. We will assure you for the best trip and services.
Day 1 International Arrival, Delhi
Welcome to India! Upon your arrival at the airport in Delhi, our representative will greet you and escort you to the hotel. After hotel check-in, have some free time on your own to adjust to the new time zone.
Day 2 Delhi Sightseeing
Head for the Old Delhi this morning, to admire the magnificent Jama Masjid – India’s largest mosque, enjoy a rickshaw tour through the bustling Chandni Chowk bazaar. Later pass by the fantastic Red Fort and go back to New Delhi. Visit India’s tallest ancient stone tower Qutub Minar and its surrounding ancient Hindu and Muslim complex, followed by Raj Ghat, the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. Next drive along with the city landmarks such as the India Gate, President’s House, Parliament House & Government Secretariat Buildings, before today’s last stop Laxmi Narayan Temple.
Tips: Female tourists are asked to wear robes when entering Jama Masjid. If you don’t have any, you can rent one at the entrance (50 Rupees, at your own expense).
Day 3 Delhi – Amritsar (By Express Train, Approx. 6 Hrs, 447 Km)
Take the Shatabdi Express train to Amritsar. When you arrive, be met and transferred to the hotel. In the afternoon, visit Wagah border to watch a daily “lowering of the flags” ceremony practiced since 1959, by both the security forces of India (Border Security Force) and Pakistan (Pakistan Rangers). After that, explore the nearby area in your way or relax at the hotel.
Day 4 Amritsar Sightseeing
In the morning, pay your respects to the shining and magnificent Golden Temple, a sacred Sikh sanctuary covered with gold leaves by the riverside. Next visit the Community Kitchen where 10, 000 pilgrims are fed for free every day and then memorize the innocent people killed during the independence movement of India at the Jallianwala Bagh. Later visit the beautiful Ram Bagh Gardens.
Day 5 Amritsar – Jaipur (By Air, Layover at Delhi)
Explore this colorful city in your way before being escorted to the airport for your flight to Jaipur. Upon arrival at Jaipur, be met and transferred to the hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure.
Day 6 Jaipur Sightseeing
After breakfast, visit hillside Amber Fort, the ancient capital of the state; inside you’ll also experience the royal palaces incl. The Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors).
Next, go back to Jaipur to view the gorgeous Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds), and the City Palace Museum featured with magnificent structures and rich collections of Rajasthani costumes and armory.
After that, visit Jantar Mantar, the most astronomical stone observatory in the world which is still in use, before driving back to your hotel through the pink rose residential & business areas.
Tips: Hard sell by vendors around Amber Fort is easy to find. If you don’t want to buy the goods, do not show any interests or say anything. Even “no thanks” is dispensable.
Day 7 Jaipur – Agra (By Car, Approx. 5 Hrs, 289 Km)
Head for Agra this morning. En route, stop to explore the formal capital of Mughal Empire – Fatehpur Sikri (about 1.5 hrs), one of the most excellent examples of Mughal architectural splendor at its height, built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and abandoned after 15 years due to the scarcity of water. Lunchtime after that and proceed to Agra. Hotel check-in upon arrival and the rest of the day is at leisure.
Note: Driving time in the program is approximate, subject to the traffic, weather, and road conditions.
Day 8 Agra Sightseeing
Rise early to admire a World Heritage site Taj Mahal (closed on Friday), be away from the crowds and heat in the daytime and fully explore its elegance and magnificent. The Mughal emperor built this grand mausoleum of white marbles in memory of his beloved wife.
Later visit the palatial Royal Pavilions at the red sandstone Agra Fort for a glimpse of the royal Mughal lifestyle.
Tips: Strict security check is needed before entering Taj Mahal. Foods, plastic bags, chargers, etc. are all prohibited. We suggest you catch the sunrise view in the early morning when it is relatively calm and less crowded.
Day 9 Agra – Delhi (By Car, Approx. 3-4 Hrs), Departure
Say goodbye to India today. Your driver will pick you up from the hotel then directly drive to Delhi airport in time for your return flight.
Reviews About Our Service
February 26, 2019
I can’t speak for the tour yet because I don’t go until next month, but Queenie Yang has been SO easy to work with. She listens to what you expect and want from the tour and makes it happen! Simplifies and takes the hassle out of multi-city travel planning. I would work with Queenie again in the future. Thank you, Queenie!
February 10, 2019
We would highly recommend Odynovo. Queenie Yang arranged it all, and we were delighted with her and the communication. Were a bit nervous that they were in China and not ABTA registered but no need to worry? All went well. There is someone who pops up everywhere be it at the airport or on tour. Some guides are better than others, and their English varies in quality. We did not appreciate a few times where they say let’s see a silk factory, and that is a cover for a pressure sales pitch on a shops products. But we got wise to that later on tour and politely refused to go. Research your hotels on Tripadvisor and they can book them for you, or you could book direct. Awtar, our driver, was excellent. You need a good driver ….. driving here is nuts. Enjoy India – it’s amazing
February 9, 2019
I travel a lot, and I prefer exploring on my own. I decided to visit India but was told its not the best for solo female travelers, so I decided to book a tour with Odynovo, and I’m glad I did! I got to maximize and enjoy my stay in this fascinating country at a very reasonable price. I got the seven days Delhi/Agra/Jaipur tour. They give you a detailed itinerary. There are a representative and a guide in every city. My guides in all three cities were very knowledgeable. Rohit, my guide in Delhi, not only took me to the tourist destinations but also gave me the right amount of must know information which helped a lot the rest of the tour. Go with Rohit, nice guy, and not difficult to understand when talking. Odynovo also provided a comfortable car with a driver who stayed with me throughout the tour. Thank you Odynovo, for providing me the best! I found the streets very challenging, but Chandan is an excellent driver! Professional and respectful, he is highly recommended! The Delhi office is also good at checking on you while on tour to make sure everything is ok. You are not alone with Odynovo!
All in all, I had an enjoyable experience. I can go on and on talking about how satisfied I am. At first, I thought a guided tour, and a detailed itinerary won’t work for me, but it did!
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