5 Days Golden Triangle Tour

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You Will Enjoy Some Of The Most Beautiful And Renowned Tourist Attractions. The Delhi, Agra And Jaipur Golden Triangle Tour is a Combination of Delhi (Capital of India), Agra (City of Taj Mahal) And Pink City, Jaipur. Enjoy this Tour Professional Tourist Guide in Each City. Private Air Condition Vehicle For Sightseeing, Transfers, Pick Up And Drop From Hotel Or Airport.

ItineraryDay 1: Pick Up From Delhi Airport Or Hotel, Start Sightseeing of Delhi. Overnight Stay in Delhi Hotel. Stop At: Humayun's Tomb, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiHumuyuns Tomb is located in the capital of the country, It is UNESCO Heritage site which is widely visited by tourists from all over the world. An epitome of beauty, the tomb was the first of its kind to be built in garden style by the first wife of the great Mughal emperor, Humayun. His widow, Haji Begum, ordered the construction of the tomb about nine years after the emperor passed away. The period of construction spanned about seven years from 1565 AD to 1572 AD with a tomb being successively constructed for her within the same premises after her demise. In addition, the complex now also contains the tombs of Isa Khan Niyazi, Dara Shikoh, Alamgir II and many members of the powerful Mughal royalty. With a well-maintained garden, and an alluring architecture to marvel at, this piece of history located at Nizammudin East is a spot which has got to be visited by all.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Qutub Minar, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiQutub Minar or Qutb Minar, a 73 m (240 ft.) high tower made of red sandstone and marble is not only the highest brick minaret in the world but also one of the most famous historical landmarks of India. The construction of this tower of victory was started by the founder of the Mamluk Dynasty in Delhi, Qutb ud-Din Aibak and completed by his successor and son-in-law Iltutmish. Located in the heart of Delhi, India, this UNESCO World Heritage Site, visible from different parts of the city attracts thousands of visitors every day. It is one of the most popular tourist spots in India and a must visit tourist spot in the itinerary of first time visitors to Delhi, both national and international.Duration: 1 hourStop At: India Gate, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiThe India Gate is located in the center of New Delhi, the capital of India. It was made by Edwin Lutyens In 1921. This landmark in Delhi commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who sacrificed their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in the Afghan Wars and World War.After India got its independence, India Gate became the site of Amar Jawan Jyoti -Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It is counted among the largest war memorials in India.Duration: 30 minutesPass By: Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiThe Rashtrapati Bhavan or the 'President's House or the 'Presidential Palace' was Lutyens' and Baker's inspired Imperial architecture that was made to be the residence of the Viceroy and Governor General of India during the British Rule. Formerly known as the 'Viceroy's House' up till 1950, this structure speaks volumes of a classical design that cohesively blended with both western and Indian styles depicting architectural excellence that marked the identity of Delhi and the seat of the Government of India in today's modern ambience.The Rashtrapati Bhavan was constructed on Raisina Hills with its entrance named as Gate 35 on Prakash Veer Shastri Avenue. It is situated in the centre of Delhi earlier named as 'Lutyens Delhi' and was inaugurated in 1931 and served as the Viceroy's residence of India up till India was declared a Republic country. This Palace is still known to be the World's largest residential complex ever built for Head of any Country.Pass By: Parliament House, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiParliament House or Sansad Bhavan is one of the most impressive buildings in Delhi. Located at the end of Sansad Marg the Parliament Building was designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker. This iconic building was inaugurated in 1927 by Lord Irwin, the then Governor-General of India.The Parliament House comprises of a central hall which is circular in shape and 98 feet in diameter. The Central Hall is considered to be a very important part of the Parliament building since this is where the Indian Constitution was drafted. The building houses the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and a library hall. In between these three chambers lies a garden. The building also has facilities for accommodation forministers, important officers of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Chairmen and Parliamentary Committees. The Parliament House also houses a museum which aims at educating people on the “Democratic Heritage of India” and which dates back to 2500 back. The museum is set up in a very interesting way and is complete with sound and light videos, large screen interactive computer screens and virtual reality among other features.Stop At: Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiJama Masjid of Delhi, Jama Masjid also spelled Jāmiʿ Masjid, Jama Masjid of Delhi also called Masjid-i Jahānnumā, mosque in Old Delhi, India, constructed in 1650–56 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahān, a noted patron of Islamic architecture whose most famous work is the Taj Mahal, in Agra. Jama Masjid, now the second largest mosque on the Indian subcontinent, is also an impressive example of Mughal architecture.Jama Masjid is Delhi’s principal mosque, the place where the city’s Muslims traditionally gather for Friday communal prayer; Jama Masjid is Arabic for “Friday mosque.” The mosque is near the Red Fort, yet another of Shah Jahān’s buildings. Jama Masjid and its courtyard stand on an outcropping more than 30 steps higher than the street, giving the mosque a commanding view of the surrounding area. The longer name, Masjid-i Jahānnumā, translates to “world-reflecting mosque” or “world-displaying mosque.” The mosque was built by a crew of some 5,000 workers. The principal construction material was red sandstone, but some white marble was also used.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiIn the heart of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is a busy shopping area with markets full of spices, dried fruit, silver jewelry and vivid saris.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Lotus Temple, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of DelhiLotus Temple is a notable architectural marvel famous for its unique lotus structure. The temple has won several awards and recognitions for its style of building, the concept of religion and the beauty. It is one of the most visited monuments in the world. This is a modern style non-religion oriented temple.The temple controls 27 marble petals that form clusters to look like lotus. There are nine openings to the temple in regards to the nine anatomical openings of a human body. Lotus temple preaches Baha I Faith, a concept that includes all religions of the world as one. A person of any religion or creed can visit the temple and take part in the rituals. No religious script is allowed inside the temple. No lectures, sermons or spiritual meetings are allowed inside the temple. Musical prayers are conducted by instruments from time to time.The temple holds no pictures or statues of any worship form. There is no altar or platform inside the temple. The temple can hold more than 2,400 people at the same time. The surface of the temple is made of white marble imported from Greece.The temple is surrounded by nine ponds and gardens covering 26 acres in total. There is an information center inside the complex, which holds paintings that explains the unity of all religions. The temple hosts several classes from time to time to spread humanity, peace, affection, truth and courage.Duration: 1 hourNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 2: Have Breakfast in Hotel, Drive To Agra, Start Sightseeing of Agra Overnight Stay in Agra Hotel.Stop At: Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah, Agra, Agra District, Uttar PradeshBaby Taj or Itimad-ud-Daulah is a tomb that was built by mother of Shah Jahan. It has a very delicate architectural beauty. The marble lattice structures in this monument are the highlight. You can find exotic Persian styled gardens around the tomb. This tomb was built for Nur Jagan’s father. Her brother’s daughter is the well-known Mumtaz Mahal.This tomb is famous for the stone inlay that is made out of wine glasses with perfect geometric structure. When you enter the monument, you would find a red stone arch that welcomes you to this baby Taj. Baby Taj or Itimad-ud-Daulah is a tomb that was built by mother of Shah Jahan. It has a very delicate architectural beauty. The marble lattice structures in this monument are the highlight. You can find exotic Persian styled gardens around the tomb. This tomb was built for Nur Jagan’s father. Her brother’s daughter is the well-known Mumtaz Mahal.This tomb is famous for the stone inlay that is made out of wine glasses with perfect geometric structure. When you enter the monument, you would find a red stone arch that welcomes you to this baby Taj.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Mehtab Bagh, Agra, Agra District, Uttar PradeshThis is a garden that is behind the Taj Mahal. It is called as Mehtab Bagh or The Moonlight Garden. Recent evacuation in this area revealed 25 fountains and a letter written by Aurangazeb to his father in 17th century stating the condition of the garden after a flood.This garden is exactly square in shape. This garden was built by Babur and Shah Jahan chose the current place for Taj Mahal because he wanted a view of this garden from the Mahal. A lot of fountains, pavilions and other attractions were a part of this garden and were destroyed in a flood. It is said that this area was chosen by Shah Jahan for building a black colour building similar to Taj Mahal for him. But, he was imprisoned by his son and could not complete his wishes.Duration: 1 hourNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 3: Visit Taj Mahal During Sunrise, Later Visit Agra Fort. Drive To Jaipur Via Fatehpur Sikri. Night Stay in Jaipur Hotel.Stop At: Taj Mahal, Agra, Agra District, Uttar PradeshThe Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located in India, in the city of Agra. The emblematic monument of this country, it is in white marble finely chiseled. It was built between 1631 and 1653 under the command of Shah Jahan in order to shelter the tomb of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died in childbirth during the delivery of their 14th child. Mumtaz Mahal was also called Arjumand Bano Begum. The Taj Mahal is a marvel of Mughal architecture, at the crossroads of Islamic, Iranian, Persian and Indian styles.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Agra Fort, Agra, Agra District, Uttar PradeshAgra fort is a massive fort that was built with red sandstone in 16th century by Akbar. Later Shah Jahan added more decorations using marbles. It is built on the bank of the river, Yamuna. The fort is about 2.5 km in circumference.It is said that this fort had a lot of underground chambers which were destroyed by invaders including Jats, British and Marathas. Later, British used this fort as their garrison. Even today, a large part of this fort is restricted to army usage.The first attraction inside the fort is the pearl mosque. It is not open to tourists. On the right of the mosque, you would find an open arena where kings used to listen to petitioners. If you walk up the staircase, you would find gem mosque that was built in 17th century and ladies’ bazaar. From the corridor, you can see Taj Mahal.At the edge of the fort, you can find the octagonal tower in which Shah Jahan was held as a prisoner by his son as he requested that he wanted to spend his life looking at Taj Mahal.The courtyard is a large garden with many underground rooms. The last attraction is Jehangir’s palace and you can find a lot of interesting items there including a black stone bowl that was used for bathing by the kings. Today, the fort stands as a remainder of a proud Mughal empire.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Fatehpur Sikri, Fatehpur Sikri, Agra District, Uttar PradeshThis magnificent fortified ancient city, 40km west of Agra, was the short-lived capital of the Mughal empire between 1572 and 1585, during the reign of Emperor Akbar. Earlier, Akbar had visited the village of Sikri to consult the Sufi saint Shaikh Salim Chishti, who predicted the birth of an heir to the Mughal throne. When the prophecy came true, Akbar built his new capital here, including a stunning mosque, still in use today, and three palaces, one for each of his favourite wives – one a Hindu, one a Muslim and one a Christian (though Hindu villagers in Sikri dispute these claims)Duration: 1 hourNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 4: Have Breakfast in Hotel, Start Sightseeing of Jaipur. Overnight Stay in Jaipur Hotel.Stop At: Amber Fort Palace, Jaipur, Jaipur District, RajasthanThe Amer Fort, situated in Amber, 11 kilometers from Jaipur, is one of the most famous forts of Rajasthan. Amer, originally, was the capital of the state before Jaipur. It is an old fort, built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh. This fort is also very popularly known as the Amer Palace. The Amer Fort was built in red sandstone and marble and the Maotha Lake adds a certain charm to the entire Fort. Though the fort is quite old and may even look so from the outside, it is beautiful on the inside and boasts of various buildings of prominence like the 'Diwan-i-Aam', the 'Sheesh Mahal' and even the 'Sukh Mahal'. The Amer Fort has influences of both Hindu and Muslim architecture. This fort also has the 'Shila Devi' Temple and the 'Ganesh Pol' which is a gate that leads to the private palaces of the kings. The Amer Fort has many pavilions and halls of great interest and other popular attractions.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: City Palace of Jaipur, Jaipur, Jaipur District, RajasthanCity Palace is Located in the heart of the Pink City Jaipur, the City Palace was where the Maharaja reigned from. This palace also includes the famous 'Chandra Mahal' and 'Mubarak Mahal', and other buildings which form a part of the palace complex. The palace is located towards the northeast side of central Jaipur and has many courtyards and buildings. The palace was built between 1729 and 1732 AD by Sawai Jai Singh II. He ruled in Amer and planned and built the outer walls of the palace and later rulers added to the architecture of this palace. These additions have been known to take place right up to the 20th century. The urban layout of the city of Jaipur was commissioned to Vidyadhar Bhattacharya and Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. The architectural styles are largely based on a fusion of Rajput, Mughal and European styles. Today, the 'Chandra Mahal' has been turned into a museum which is home to unique handcrafted products, various uniforms of the rulers and many more things pertaining to the royal heritage of the City Palace.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Hawa Mahal - Palace of Wind, Jaipur, Jaipur District, RajasthanThe renowned 'Palace Of The Winds', or Hawa Mahal, is one of the prominent tourist attractions in Jaipur city. Located in the heart of Jaipur, this beautiful five-storey palace was constructed in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh who belonged to Kachhwaha Rajput dynasty. The main architect of this palace built of red and pink sandstone, is Lal Chand Ustad and the palace is believed to have been constructed in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god. Considered as an embodiment of Rajputana architecture, the main highlight of Hawa Mahal is its pyramid shape and its 953 windows or 'Jharokhas' which are decorated with intricate designs. The main intention behind the construction of the Mahal was to facilitate the royal women and provide them a view of everyday life through the windows, as they never appeared in public. Read further to know more about Hawa Mahal, its history, architecture and its visiting hours.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Jal Mahal, Jaipur, Jaipur District, RajasthanJal Mahal is located in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. Jal means water and the name clearly indicates the location of the palace. The palace is located 4 km away from Jaipur. It is located in the Amer Jaipur road. The palace area is open throughout the day. The best time to visit is during sunrise and sunset. After sunset, the palace will be lit with lights, which make the place more beautiful.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Jantar Mantar - Jaipur, Jaipur, Jaipur District, RajasthanThe Jantar Mantar, in Jaipur, is an astronomical observation site built in the early 18th century. It includes a set of some 20 main fixed instruments. They are monumental examples in masonry of known instruments but which in many cases have specific characteristics of their own. Designed for the observation of astronomical positions with the naked eye, they embody several architectural and instrumental innovations. This is the most significant, most comprehensive, and the best preserved of India's historic observatories. It is an expression of the astronomical skills and cosmological concepts of the court of a scholarly prince at the end of the Mughal period.Duration: 1 hourNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.Day 5: After Breakfast, Visit Nahargarh Fort Drive To Delhi, Transfer To Delhi Airport Or Hotel For Onward Journey.Stop At: Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur, Jaipur District, RajasthanNahargarh Fort sits proudly on a ridge of the Aravalli Hills, creating an impressive northern backdrop to the city of Jaipur. It was constructed during the reign of Jai Singh in 1734, and was later expanded in 1868. Nahargarh, which means abode of tigers, was a formidable barrier, defending Jaipur against attacking enemies. Within its walls, the fort houses Madhavendra Bhawan, the summer destination for the members of the royal family. Built by Sawai Madho Singh, the palace has 12 matching boudoirs for the queens, at the head of which is a suite for the king. They are all connected by corridors decorated with delicate murals. Even today the palace is a favoured spot for local picnickers. The fort looks brilliant when floodlit at night. Overlooking the city, it presents a glittering view of the city lights.Duration: 1 hourNo meals included on this day.No accommodation included on this day.

What's included

  • All Sightseeing And Transfers By Air Condition Vehicle
  • Experienced And Professional Tour Guide.
  • Unlimited Mineral Water.
  • Car Expenses Like Fuel, Parking, Driver and Taxes.
  • Hotel pickup
  • Hotel drop-off
  • Guaranteed to skip the long lines
  • Private tour
  • Bottled water
  • Guaranteed to skip the lines

What's not included

  • Monument Entrance Fee
  • Lunch And Dinner
  • Fight Tickets
  • Any Kind of Personal Expenses Such as Monument Tips, Laundry, Telephone Bills and Alcoholic Beverages.
  • Entry/Admission - Humayun's Tomb
  • Entry/Admission - Qutub Minar
  • Entry/Admission - Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah
  • Entry/Admission - Mehtab Bagh
  • Entry/Admission - Taj Mahal
  • Entry/Admission - Agra Fort
  • Entry/Admission - Fatehpur Sikri
  • Entry/Admission - Amber Fort Palace
  • Entry/Admission - City Palace of Jaipur
  • Entry/Admission - Jantar Mantar - Jaipur
  • Entry/Admission - Nahargarh Fort

Itinerary

Day 1: Day 1: Pick Up From Delhi Airport Or Hotel, Start Sightseeing of Delhi. Overnight Stay in Delhi Hotel. Stop At: Humayun's Tomb, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi Humuyuns Tomb is located in the capital of the country, It is UNESCO Heritage site which is widely visited by tourists from all over the world. An epitome of beauty, the tomb was the first of its kind to be built in garden style by the first wife of the great Mughal emperor, Humayun. His widow, Haji Begum, ordered the construction of the tomb about nine years after the emperor passed away. The period of construction spanned about seven years from 1565 AD to 1572 AD with a tomb being successively constructed for her within the same premises after her demise. In addition, the complex now also contains the tombs of Isa Khan Niyazi, Dara Shikoh, Alamgir II and many members of the powerful Mughal royalty. With a well-maintained garden, and an alluring architecture to marvel at, this piece of history located at Nizammudin East is a spot which has got to be visited by all. Duration: 2 hours Stop At: Qutub Minar, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi Qutub Minar or Qutb Minar, a 73 m (240 ft.) high tower made of red sandstone and marble is not only the highest brick minaret in the world but also one of the most famous historical landmarks of India. The construction of this tower of victory was started by the founder of the Mamluk Dynasty in Delhi, Qutb ud-Din Aibak and completed by his successor and son-in-law Iltutmish. Located in the heart of Delhi, India, this UNESCO World Heritage Site, visible from different parts of the city attracts thousands of visitors every day. It is one of the most popular tourist spots in India and a must visit tourist spot in the itinerary of first time visitors to Delhi, both national and international. Duration: 1 hour Stop At: India Gate, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi The India Gate is located in the center of New Delhi, the capital of India. It was made by Edwin Lutyens In 1921. This landmark in Delhi commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who sacrificed their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in the Afghan Wars and World War. After India got its independence, India Gate became the site of Amar Jawan Jyoti -Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It is counted among the largest war memorials in India. Duration: 30 minutes Pass By: Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi The Rashtrapati Bhavan or the 'President's House or the 'Presidential Palace' was Lutyens' and Baker's inspired Imperial architecture that was made to be the residence of the Viceroy and Governor General of India during the British Rule. Formerly known as the 'Viceroy's House' up till 1950, this structure speaks volumes of a classical design that cohesively blended with both western and Indian styles depicting architectural excellence that marked the identity of Delhi and the seat of the Government of India in today's modern ambience. The Rashtrapati Bhavan was constructed on Raisina Hills with its entrance named as Gate 35 on Prakash Veer Shastri Avenue. It is situated in the centre of Delhi earlier named as 'Lutyens Delhi' and was inaugurated in 1931 and served as the Viceroy's residence of India up till India was declared a Republic country. This Palace is still known to be the World's largest residential complex ever built for Head of any Country. Pass By: Parliament House, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi Parliament House or Sansad Bhavan is one of the most impressive buildings in Delhi. Located at the end of Sansad Marg the Parliament Building was designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker. This iconic building was inaugurated in 1927 by Lord Irwin, the then Governor-General of India. The Parliament House comprises of a central hall which is circular in shape and 98 feet in diameter. The Central Hall is considered to be a very important part of the Parliament building since this is where the Indian Constitution was drafted. The building houses the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and a library hall. In between these three chambers lies a garden. The building also has facilities for accommodation for ministers, important officers of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Chairmen and Parliamentary Committees. The Parliament House also houses a museum which aims at educating people on the “Democratic Heritage of India” and which dates back to 2500 back. The museum is set up in a very interesting way and is complete with sound and light videos, large screen interactive computer screens and virtual reality among other features. Stop At: Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid), New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi Jama Masjid of Delhi, Jama Masjid also spelled Jāmiʿ Masjid, Jama Masjid of Delhi also called Masjid-i Jahānnumā, mosque in Old Delhi, India, constructed in 1650–56 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahān, a noted patron of Islamic architecture whose most famous work is the Taj Mahal, in Agra. Jama Masjid, now the second largest mosque on the Indian subcontinent, is also an impressive example of Mughal architecture. Jama Masjid is Delhi’s principal mosque, the place where the city’s Muslims traditionally gather for Friday communal prayer; Jama Masjid is Arabic for “Friday mosque.” The mosque is near the Red Fort, yet another of Shah Jahān’s buildings. Jama Masjid and its courtyard stand on an outcropping more than 30 steps higher than the street, giving the mosque a commanding view of the surrounding area. The longer name, Masjid-i Jahānnumā, translates to “world-reflecting mosque” or “world-displaying mosque.” The mosque was built by a crew of some 5,000 workers. The principal construction material was red sandstone, but some white marble was also used. Duration: 1 hour Stop At: Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi In the heart of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is a busy shopping area with markets full of spices, dried fruit, silver jewelry and vivid saris. Duration: 1 hour Stop At: Lotus Temple, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi Lotus Temple is a notable architectural marvel famous for its unique lotus structure. The temple has won several awards and recognitions for its style of building, the concept of religion and the beauty. It is one of the most visited monuments in the world. This is a modern style non-religion oriented temple. The temple controls 27 marble petals that form clusters to look like lotus. There are nine openings to the temple in regards to the nine anatomical openings of a human body. Lotus temple preaches Baha I Faith, a concept that includes all religions of the world as one. A person of any religion or creed can visit the temple and take part in the rituals. No religious script is allowed inside the temple. No lectures, sermons or spiritual meetings are allowed inside the temple. Musical prayers are conducted by instruments from time to time. The temple holds no pictures or statues of any worship form. There is no altar or platform inside the temple. The temple can hold more than 2,400 people at the same time. The surface of the temple is made of white marble imported from Greece. The temple is surrounded by nine ponds and gardens covering 26 acres in total. There is an information center inside the complex, which holds paintings that explains the unity of all religions. The temple hosts several classes from time to time to spread humanity, peace, affection, truth and courage. Duration: 1 hour No meals included on this day. No accommodation included on this day.

Day 2: Day 2: Have Breakfast in Hotel, Drive To Agra, Start Sightseeing of Agra Overnight Stay in Agra Hotel. Stop At: Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah, Agra, Agra District, Uttar Pradesh Baby Taj or Itimad-ud-Daulah is a tomb that was built by mother of Shah Jahan. It has a very delicate architectural beauty. The marble lattice structures in this monument are the highlight. You can find exotic Persian styled gardens around the tomb. This tomb was built for Nur Jagan’s father. Her brother’s daughter is the well-known Mumtaz Mahal. This tomb is famous for the stone inlay that is made out of wine glasses with perfect geometric structure. When you enter the monument, you would find a red stone arch that welcomes you to this baby Taj. Baby Taj or Itimad-ud-Daulah is a tomb that was built by mother of Shah Jahan. It has a very delicate architectural beauty. The marble lattice structures in this monument are the highlight. You can find exotic Persian styled gardens around the tomb. This tomb was built for Nur Jagan’s father. Her brother’s daughter is the well-known Mumtaz Mahal. This tomb is famous for the stone inlay that is made out of wine glasses with perfect geometric structure. When you enter the monument, you would find a red stone arch that welcomes you to this baby Taj. Duration: 1 hour Stop At: Mehtab Bagh, Agra, Agra District, Uttar Pradesh This is a garden that is behind the Taj Mahal. It is called as Mehtab Bagh or The Moonlight Garden. Recent evacuation in this area revealed 25 fountains and a letter written by Aurangazeb to his father in 17th century stating the condition of the garden after a flood. This garden is exactly square in shape. This garden was built by Babur and Shah Jahan chose the current place for Taj Mahal because he wanted a view of this garden from the Mahal. A lot of fountains, pavilions and other attractions were a part of this garden and were destroyed in a flood. It is said that this area was chosen by Shah Jahan for building a black colour building similar to Taj Mahal for him. But, he was imprisoned by his son and could not complete his wishes. Duration: 1 hour No meals included on this day. No accommodation included on this day.

Day 3: Day 3: Visit Taj Mahal During Sunrise, Later Visit Agra Fort. Drive To Jaipur Via Fatehpur Sikri. Night Stay in Jaipur Hotel. Stop At: Taj Mahal, Agra, Agra District, Uttar Pradesh The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located in India, in the city of Agra. The emblematic monument of this country, it is in white marble finely chiseled. It was built between 1631 and 1653 under the command of Shah Jahan in order to shelter the tomb of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died in childbirth during the delivery of their 14th child. Mumtaz Mahal was also called Arjumand Bano Begum. The Taj Mahal is a marvel of Mughal architecture, at the crossroads of Islamic, Iranian, Persian and Indian styles. Duration: 2 hours Stop At: Agra Fort, Agra, Agra District, Uttar Pradesh Agra fort is a massive fort that was built with red sandstone in 16th century by Akbar. Later Shah Jahan added more decorations using marbles. It is built on the bank of the river, Yamuna. The fort is about 2.5 km in circumference. It is said that this fort had a lot of underground chambers which were destroyed by invaders including Jats, British and Marathas. Later, British used this fort as their garrison. Even today, a large part of this fort is restricted to army usage. The first attraction inside the fort is the pearl mosque. It is not open to tourists. On the right of the mosque, you would find an open arena where kings used to listen to petitioners. If you walk up the staircase, you would find gem mosque that was built in 17th century and ladies’ bazaar. From the corridor, you can see Taj Mahal. At the edge of the fort, you can find the octagonal tower in which Shah Jahan was held as a prisoner by his son as he requested that he wanted to spend his life looking at Taj Mahal. The courtyard is a large garden with many underground rooms. The last attraction is Jehangir’s palace and you can find a lot of interesting items there including a black stone bowl that was used for bathing by the kings. Today, the fort stands as a remainder of a proud Mughal empire. Duration: 1 hour Stop At: Fatehpur Sikri, Fatehpur Sikri, Agra District, Uttar Pradesh This magnificent fortified ancient city, 40km west of Agra, was the short-lived capital of the Mughal empire between 1572 and 1585, during the reign of Emperor Akbar. Earlier, Akbar had visited the village of Sikri to consult the Sufi saint Shaikh Salim Chishti, who predicted the birth of an heir to the Mughal throne. When the prophecy came true, Akbar built his new capital here, including a stunning mosque, still in use today, and three palaces, one for each of his favourite wives – one a Hindu, one a Muslim and one a Christian (though Hindu villagers in Sikri dispute these claims) Duration: 1 hour No meals included on this day. No accommodation included on this day.

Day 4: Day 4: Have Breakfast in Hotel, Start Sightseeing of Jaipur. Overnight Stay in Jaipur Hotel. Stop At: Amber Fort Palace, Jaipur, Jaipur District, Rajasthan The Amer Fort, situated in Amber, 11 kilometers from Jaipur, is one of the most famous forts of Rajasthan. Amer, originally, was the capital of the state before Jaipur. It is an old fort, built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh. This fort is also very popularly known as the Amer Palace. The Amer Fort was built in red sandstone and marble and the Maotha Lake adds a certain charm to the entire Fort. Though the fort is quite old and may even look so from the outside, it is beautiful on the inside and boasts of various buildings of prominence like the 'Diwan-i-Aam', the 'Sheesh Mahal' and even the 'Sukh Mahal'. The Amer Fort has influences of both Hindu and Muslim architecture. This fort also has the 'Shila Devi' Temple and the 'Ganesh Pol' which is a gate that leads to the private palaces of the kings. The Amer Fort has many pavilions and halls of great interest and other popular attractions. Duration: 2 hours Stop At: City Palace of Jaipur, Jaipur, Jaipur District, Rajasthan City Palace is Located in the heart of the Pink City Jaipur, the City Palace was where the Maharaja reigned from. This palace also includes the famous 'Chandra Mahal' and 'Mubarak Mahal', and other buildings which form a part of the palace complex. The palace is located towards the northeast side of central Jaipur and has many courtyards and buildings. The palace was built between 1729 and 1732 AD by Sawai Jai Singh II. He ruled in Amer and planned and built the outer walls of the palace and later rulers added to the architecture of this palace. These additions have been known to take place right up to the 20th century. The urban layout of the city of Jaipur was commissioned to Vidyadhar Bhattacharya and Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob. The architectural styles are largely based on a fusion of Rajput, Mughal and European styles. Today, the 'Chandra Mahal' has been turned into a museum which is home to unique handcrafted products, various uniforms of the rulers and many more things pertaining to the royal heritage of the City Palace. Duration: 1 hour Stop At: Hawa Mahal - Palace of Wind, Jaipur, Jaipur District, Rajasthan The renowned 'Palace Of The Winds', or Hawa Mahal, is one of the prominent tourist attractions in Jaipur city. Located in the heart of Jaipur, this beautiful five-storey palace was constructed in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh who belonged to Kachhwaha Rajput dynasty. The main architect of this palace built of red and pink sandstone, is Lal Chand Ustad and the palace is believed to have been constructed in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god. Considered as an embodiment of Rajputana architecture, the main highlight of Hawa Mahal is its pyramid shape and its 953 windows or 'Jharokhas' which are decorated with intricate designs. The main intention behind the construction of the Mahal was to facilitate the royal women and provide them a view of everyday life through the windows, as they never appeared in public. Read further to know more about Hawa Mahal, its history, architecture and its visiting hours. Duration: 1 hour Stop At: Jal Mahal, Jaipur, Jaipur District, Rajasthan Jal Mahal is located in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. Jal means water and the name clearly indicates the location of the palace. The palace is located 4 km away from Jaipur. It is located in the Amer Jaipur road. The palace area is open throughout the day. The best time to visit is during sunrise and sunset. After sunset, the palace will be lit with lights, which make the place more beautiful. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Jantar Mantar - Jaipur, Jaipur, Jaipur District, Rajasthan The Jantar Mantar, in Jaipur, is an astronomical observation site built in the early 18th century. It includes a set of some 20 main fixed instruments. They are monumental examples in masonry of known instruments but which in many cases have specific characteristics of their own. Designed for the observation of astronomical positions with the naked eye, they embody several architectural and instrumental innovations. This is the most significant, most comprehensive, and the best preserved of India's historic observatories. It is an expression of the astronomical skills and cosmological concepts of the court of a scholarly prince at the end of the Mughal period. Duration: 1 hour No meals included on this day. No accommodation included on this day.

Day 5: Day 5: After Breakfast, Visit Nahargarh Fort Drive To Delhi, Transfer To Delhi Airport Or Hotel For Onward Journey. Stop At: Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur, Jaipur District, Rajasthan Nahargarh Fort sits proudly on a ridge of the Aravalli Hills, creating an impressive northern backdrop to the city of Jaipur. It was constructed during the reign of Jai Singh in 1734, and was later expanded in 1868. Nahargarh, which means abode of tigers, was a formidable barrier, defending Jaipur against attacking enemies. Within its walls, the fort houses Madhavendra Bhawan, the summer destination for the members of the royal family. Built by Sawai Madho Singh, the palace has 12 matching boudoirs for the queens, at the head of which is a suite for the king. They are all connected by corridors decorated with delicate murals. Even today the palace is a favoured spot for local picnickers. The fort looks brilliant when floodlit at night. Overlooking the city, it presents a glittering view of the city lights. Duration: 1 hour No meals included on this day. No accommodation included on this day.