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Best advice for Golden Triangle Tour

Best advice for Golden Triangle Tour, South India Tour and North India Tour for first timers?

Golden Triangle Tour:

In case you don’t know, golden triangle tour is like a brand name in the tourism world which includes the visit to magnificent historical monuments from three beautiful cities – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Most of the first timers visiting India like to do this Golden triangle tour before going for deep discovery of other parts of India. It’s a touristy place just like any other tourist city in world. You can find many domestic and international tourist roaming around the city, doing shopping, eating, clicking photographs. So, first timers will feel more at ease while exploring the city. Just like any other tourist places, you may find scammers here too, so to be safe, do yourself a favor and hire a certified tour guide for your golden triangle tour.

The cities in golden triangle are well connected by road and train network but better to do it by car for flexibility and convenience. Ideally a week or so should be enough to cover some of the major attraction from all three cities. The monuments which are must watch are:

Delhi – Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk Market, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, Birla Temple, President House, India Gate, Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple & Delhi Haat.

Jaipur – Amber Fort,, Jaigarh Fort, Tiger Fort, Water Palace, Wind Palace, Birla Temple, City Palace Museum, Albert Hall, Galta Sun Temple.

Agra – Taj Mahal, Red Fort, & Baby Taj Mahal.

Also while moving from Jaipur to Agra, on the way you can visit Abhaneri & Fatehpur Sikri.


North India Tour:


It’s not just the golden triangle tour which attracts tourists to norther region of India, there are other exotic cities and impressive range of attractions which are worth exploring during your in North India tour.

From the city of Moksha (Salvation) Varanasi to the holy city of Rishikesh, in the base of the Himalayas – most famous for yoga, meditation & white water river rafting in Ganges, you will get to experience the diversity in terms of lifestyle, food, language, culture and region.

Snow-clad mountains, presence of rare birds and sound of chanting in Buddhist monasteries case a spell on a tourist when you visit Ladakh. This place is all about dramatic landscapes and host of attractions including Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley and Tso-Moriri lake.

If Skiing and snowboarding is your thing, then you cannot afford to miss Gulmarg. Situated in one of the most beautiful places on earth Jammu and Kashmir, Gulmarg is home to some of the amazing treks in the world.

These are some of the handful places you can discover but if you need to plan your North India tour itinerary amicably then request it for free


South India Tour:


South India, is one of the most visited travel destination among the foreign tourist in India, especially Tamil Nadu. Every regions of South India has its own unique identity, involving sophisticated architectural wonders of temple, historical ruins, beaches, palm fringed canals and hills that provide an enchanting journey to South India.

South India tour is akin to travelling back in time and also basking in the richness of nature.

Unique places such as Hampi, Karnataka, is always on a traveler’s mind for its forlorn architectural ruins, which are noting but fascinating. Kerala backwaters is another major attraction in south India with extensive network of canals, rivers and lakes. And, your south India tour will not be completed without visiting the soul of Tamil Nadu i.e. Madurai, Much like Varanasi in the north, it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in India famous for its beautiful and impressive temples.

Other famous attraction which you can include in your south India tour itinerary would be Puducherry, Kanyakumari, Mysore and Lakshadweep islands.

The country as diverse as India has lot many things to offer and it cannot be discovered fully in just one trip.  There are many unexplored and touristy places which are still unknown to regular tourists. If you are interested to know such places, drop us a message here



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