As the name suggests, Golden Triangle Tour is the trip which involves three of the most popular places of attraction in India. These destinations include Delhi – the capital of India, Agra – the city which reflects the cultural heritage of India from the Mughal era and Jaipur – the capital of Rajasthan and the pink city of India.

The rationale behind organizing the tour is to provide tourists with the opportunity to experience the rich cultural heritage and scenic beauty of one of the most amazing, beautiful and vibrant cities of India. Both local tourists and their international counterparts not only receive this tourist circuit in the right way but also prefer longer hauls with 4 nights 5 days golden triangle tour. As a result, there has been a surge in the popularity of Golden Triangle tour in India over the years. Together, these cities not only showcase the best images of the South Asian nation but also symbolize ‘Unity in Diversity’ – the structural and foundational concept which defines the idea of India as a nation.

Are you ready to experience the excitement of visiting the three popular tourist spots? Here is every thing you need to know about these cities prior to your visit so you are able to make the most out of your journey to these places.

Everything You Need To Know About Golden Triangle Tour:


It all begins from Delhi – one of the oldest cities in India which was built between 13th-17th centuries. But at present, it is a vibrant and modern metropolitan with modern amenities wherein people who belong to distinct regions or cultures or speak different languages live together in perfect harmony. Plus this capital city also has a cultural basis, coupled with a rich history, to draw the attention of tourists to the nook and corner in its streets. Whether one thinks of the bustling lands of the old city, the monumental richness of architecture in the past or the archaic charm of the modern centers, Delhi is one city in India which never fails to amaze those who always look for a travel destination which offers variety.


The next city which comes on the list on the tour after Delhi is Agra – the city which is famous for Taj Mahal. This structure stands as the symbol of love and is one of the ‘seven wonders of the world’ that cannot stop you from dropping in the vicinities of this place. Here, one will find a totally different atmosphere than that of Delhi and is one of the best spots for the romantic souls. Not only does this city possess architectural gems, but it also has a cultural tradition of handicraft. What makes it a fun place to visit for tourists is the fact that it gives access to adventurous possibilities of an excursion to some important places such as Fatehpur Sikri, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and so on.


The third and the last part of the journey on the Golden Triangle tour leads to an even colourful experience in Jaipur – the capital city of Rajasthan. ‘Rajasthan’- the name is itself enough to define the royalty and majestic appeal of the city as it can be broken down to ‘raja’ + ‘sthan’ which means a king’s place. Being in this city you can experience the good olden days by witnessing the majestic and royal palaces and forts that the city has to offer. Also known as the desert city of India or the ‘Pink City of India’, the air of the city resonates with folk culture and desert sounds. Other highlights of a visit to the city include the popular Elephant Festival, elephant and camel rides and the regal aspects of the city which is indicative of its rich historical tradition.

In order to offer a memorable experience of witnessing these riveting Indian cities, many travel companies offer different packages. You can choose one based on your convenience and travel schedule. Because you may need at least a week’s time to visit the major places of attractions in the city, it is strongly recommended that tourists should opt for 6 days golden triangle tour packages for the best travel experience on the tour.

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Rahul is a travel blogger from Madhya Pradesh who is currently based in Delhi. He loves exploring remote corners of the world where he meets local people, tastes the local cuisine and learns about different ways of life. He strongly believes in the power of traveling to break down barriers and make people more tolerant of one another. Rahul lives for human moments, as it is through the various interactions with local people that he finds his happiness.