Why You Should Visit Golden Triangle Tour? travel Blog
Why You Should Visit Golden Triangle Tour? Blog
A whistle-stay 7 day long trip featuring the activities for someone visiting India for the first time, taking in its most well-known sites and providing the chance to learn all about old and new India. This tremendous introductory trip of India's rich and social history explores the points of interest and sounds of the Golden Triangle Tour, including the iconic Taj Mahal.
Visit India and notice the famous Golden Triangle. Revel the perfect introduction to India’s three most popular locations - Delhi, Agra and Jaipur - explores the icons and discovers the mysteries of this charming vicinity. Experience the history of incredible forts, the richness and glory of Rajasthan's palaces, the hustle and bustle of bazaars, and the traditions of a tradition homestay.
Why you love this trip
§ The Taj Mahal is not only a splendid masterpiece of Indian architecture but also a meaningful stop on any traveller’s journey
§ Overlooking the charming scene of Maota Lake, the grand Amber Fort is one sight that will forever be under India’s safety
§ Continuing to Jantar Mantar, a structural masterpiece displaying the science of early Indian architecture.
§ Old and New Delhi link to create a city that can pay tribute to beyond empires while wrestling with its new identification
§ For those with limited time, long travel days are kept to a minimum, which is perfect for visiting several icons of northern India
Is this trip right for you?
· Old Delhi can be very bustling and congested, while it’s an interesting place to see local life running around you
· Rajasthan can reach very high temperatures in the summer. so your aim to do walking tours early in the morning when it’s cooler.
· You visit a number of temples on this journey, which requires a certain level of humility. Please bring clothes that cover the arms and pants/skirts that go past the knees.
· From April 2017, the central roof of the Taj Mahal will undergo mud pack therapy to recover its original colour.