Tourism in India is now a full grown industry flourishing on the existence of the incredible historical monuments, splendid palaces and diverse topographical features. The country so diverse in nature, culture and lifestyle makes its way in every traveler’s list. The combination of three of the most culturally and naturally impressive cities of Northern India is thus a convenient and most popular circuit for the amateur also for the more experienced ones. The tour to Golden Triangle offers many of the interesting sights to the visitors and thus is preferred by all kinds of tourists. The main tourist attractions of include historical monuments, cultural and religious sites.
The three anchor cities that complete the famed Golden Triangle tourist circuit of North India are Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. They are best for those who have limited time to visit India and still don’t want to miss out on its essence. However, tour operators in India are being liberal with the term these days and you can find golden triangle tour of the north India.
The first and foremost trip for the tourists is Delhi. It is the capital city of India and gifted with numerous historical magnetisms. The huge and charming city, Delhi is dotted with three UNESCO world heritages as the Red Fort, the Qutub Minar and the Humayun’s Tomb. India Gate, Old Fort, President House, Parliament House, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, Jama Masjid, Chandani Chowk, Rajghat, Modern art Gallery, Purana Quila are the other fascinating attractions of India tour.
The final destination of the golden triangle tourpackages is the lovely city Agra and whole world knows about the First Wonder of the World – the Taj Mahal. The city is though famous for the Taj Mahal but there are many more attractions as in the Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Buland Durwaza and many more are there to make the Delhi Agra Jaipur tour one of the best tours of India.
Jaipur completes the Golden triangle trip . The pink city of Rajasthan has a glorious past and several sublime monuments to share. Majestic palaces and forts whisper the celebrated past of the royal Rajputs, a brave warrior clan of the state of Rajasthan. Colorful festivities are a way of life here. Rajasthan is famous for its handicraft and camel rides and must be sampled. Jantar Mantar is the latest addition to the UNESCO World Heritage site lists for the city and is famous for its architectural astronomical genius. Rajasthan’s cuisines are spicy, just like the city and must be devoured.
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