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Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are popularly known as the Golden Triangle of India, because these three cities have more historical importance than rest of the India combined. Prosperous backdrops, marvellous architecture and vibrant culture, the cities have a lot to offer to every tourists. Perhaps this is the reason why 3 Days Golden Triangle Tour is more popular than any other journey package in India.

We offers you a Golden Triangle Tour 3 Days in which we'll cover some of the most renowned and remarkable destinations of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The journey starts from Delhi and ends at the same place after covering Agra and Jaipur.


  • Pick up in AC car from Hotel in the morning/Departure to Hotel in Night.
  • All Monuments Entrance Tickets fee for Foreign/NRI Visitors that includes Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Mehtab Bagh (Sunset Point).
  • All Sites Expenses and Fees included.
  • All Transfers and Sightseeing throughout the tour by an individual Air Conditioned vehicle with English Speaking Driver.
  • Lunch in a multi-cuisine restaurant.
  • Services of qualified English Speaking Guide for Local Sightseeing tour.
  • Any kind of Personal Expenses such as Monument Tips, Laundry, Telephone Bills and Alcoholic beverages.
  • Camera Fees (Still or Movie).
  • Unspecified Meals etc. & Tipping.

Delhi Agra Jaipur 3 Days Tour Hightlights

  • Pickup from your hotel
  • Sunrise view of the Taj Mahal
  • Experience the glorious Agra Fort

Detailed Itinerary of this Golden Triangle Tour 3 Days


Day-1 Visit Delhi Monuments:

Our representative shall meet you at your hotel or Indira Gandhi International Airport. From here, ride into a comfortable car and start exploring some of the most renowned travel spots in Delhi.

India Gate:

A proud speaker of the bravery and sacrifices of the Indian soldiers, India Gate is a synonym for the power of Indian Armed Force. Standing tall at a height of 42m, it's a massive gate encircled by sprawling gardens.India Gate is a popular picnic destination for the Delhites and travellers. The soothing environment in the evenings makes it an ideal place to spend a few hours with your loved once. And to add to the charm, the victory tomb inspires you to believe in your soldiers and sacrifice for your country.

The Red Fort:

A huge premise located in the heart of Delhi is the Red Fort, so called for the vibrant red colour of its walls. Red Fort was built during the Mughal Era and thus has its immense historical importance. Sometimes served as the capital of the Mughal Empire, the Fort still has its value in Indian Administration. On Republic Day and Independence Day, the President of India and the Prime Minister of India address the country from the Red Fort.

Qutab Minar:

Standing tall at the height of 73m is the Qutab Minar, a huge minaret built to honour the victory. Along with great historical value, the Qutab Minar is also an architectural marvel and one of the finest pieces of ancient architecture.

Rashtrapati Bhavan:

The house of the President of India is known as Rashtrapati Bhavan, a huge building that represents a stunning view of excellence. It is known for being the largest and most expensive President House in the entire world.

Lotus Temple:

The temple is not just a place of religious value, but its stunning and unique architecture also makes it a must visit place. The gardens encircling the Lotus Temple are a great place for a short picnic.

Chandni Chowk:

Chandni Chowk is a popular & old market located in Old Delhi. Stop by it and wander in the streets to see the real glimpse of a traditional Indian market. Also, don't forget to taste the spicy delicious street food here.After visiting these places, our representative will drop you back to your hotel for overnight stay.


Day 2 – Visit Agra Monuments:

Early morning, check out from your hotel in Delhi and drive for Agra. The 245km distance shall be covered in less than 3 hours on Yamuna Expressway. Enroute, we will stop on a restaurant for breakfast. Upon reaching Agra, reach Taj Mahal as it would be our first destination.

Taj Mahal:

The most exciting attraction in the entire trip is the Taj Mahal, a white-marble monument located on the banks of River Yamuna. Taj Mahal is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World due to its unbelievable architecture. What's more, the monument has immense historical importance.

Baby Taj - Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula:

The Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula, or popularly known as Baby Taj, is yet another beautiful monument in Agra. It is a historical monument which is also frequented for its unparalleled architecture

Fatehpur Sikri:

After visiting these places, leave for Jaipur. Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri, also known as the Ghost Town, it is a historical place which was found by Mughal Emperor Akbar to establish as the capital of his kingdom. However, stuck by a severe draught, thousands of people were forced to leave the town over the night, converting it into a silent place. Still, you may find the ruins of the ancient monuments. Reach Jaipur and check into your hotel for overnight stay.


Day 3 – Visit Jaipur Monuments

Jaipur, the Pink City of India, is the centre of culture and traditions not just in Rajasthan but in the entire nation. It is well said that Rajasthan has more historical background than the rest of the India has in combined, and Jaipur has the largest piece of the pie in it. In our third day of Golden Triangle Tour, we will explore the same culture, traditions and historical value.

Amber Fort:

Early morning, enjoy a delicious breakfast in your hotel and then check-out to explore Jaipur. Our first destination in the list is Amer Fort, a hilltop fort located 11km from the centre of Jaipur. It is one of the most powerful and enforced forts in India and thus was never conquered. Within the fort are many rooms, a museum, several temples and a lake.

Hawa Mahal:

Located in the heart of the city is Hawa Mahal, a monument construction in a unique shape of crown. The building has close to a thousand skylights in it that allow the fresh breeze to pass through the building and keeps it cool. This is the reason why it is called Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Wind.

City Palace:

A royal museum and resident of the Rulers of Rajasthan, City Palace houses innumerable belongings of the erstwhile rulers. You will be able to see a variety of armoury, clothes and other belongings in the palace.

Jantar Mantar:

Jantar Mantar is an observatory located right behind the Hawa Mahal. The observatory has quite a few instruments used to calculate the astrology.


Also referred to as Sargasuli, it's a tall minaret built to honour the victory of Lord Ishwari Singh over Gujarat. The top floor of the building shows a stunning view of the city beneath.

Govind Dev Ji Temple:

Located close by is the temple of Lord Govind Dev Ji, an incarnation of Lord Krishna. Every single day, millions of devotees gather in the temple to offer their prayers.

Birla Temple:

Built by the renowned Birla Family of Rajasthan, the Birla Temple is an architectural marvel. At the same time, it has immense religious value. The gardens located in the premise are a good place for a short picnic.After visiting these places, we shall drive back to Delhi. Upon arrival, our representative will drop you at your hotel or Indira Gandhi International Airport. Thank you for choosing Perfect Agra Tours for your journey.

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