Day by Day itineraryDay 1: Arrive Delhi; Sightseeing in Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport or railway station, you will be escorted by our tour representatives to the hotel. Check in at the hotel, freshen up and set off to a sightseeing tour of Delhi.
Popular tourist attractions that may be included in your Delhi tour package are Red Fort, Akshardham Temple, Birla Mandir, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Lotus Temple, Parliament House, Rajpath and Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.
Note : To help you plan your tour better, we are sharing with you below all that you may need to plan a fantastic tour for Delhi.
Day 2: Delhi to Agra (225 km; 4 hours and 30 minutes)
Delhi Travel Guide
Places to Visit in Delhi
- Red Fort: 1600’s iconic imperial residence and museum, Red Fort is one of the most popular places to visit in Delhi.
- India Gate: Built in 1920, India Gate is a triumphal arch and war memorial worth witnessing.
- Lotus Temple: It is an architectural wonder; a temple built in the design of lotus flower with intricate craftsmanship.
- Qutub Minar : The palatial 5-storey victory tower is among the tallest forts in the world and has several balconies.
- Akshardham Temple : The magnificently built temple celebrates Indian art and spirituality.
Offbeat Things to Do in Delhi
- Delhi on a cycle : Nothing can beat the temptation of exploring Delhi’s charm on a bicycle. There are many groups that bike tours in different parts of the city.
- Discover the life of folk artists : If you have a penchant for art and culture, you simply cannot miss visiting the Kathputli Colony which is the home to around 800 folk artists.
- Indulge in Sufism : For a memorable journey of art and culture, visit Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah that buzzes with Qawwalis, spreading the charm and aura of Sufism.
Best Places to Eat in Delhi
- Bukhara: ITC Maurya Sheraton Hotel : Sadar Patel Marg; Indian and Kebabs; INR 6000 for two. Enjoy sumptuous kebabs amidst a rustic atmosphere.
- Karim’s: The legendary Karim Hotel : Jama Masjid offers inexpensive Mughal delicacies at just INR 800 for two.
- Zaffran : Located in Connaught Place at Hotel Palace Heights, Zaffran features elegant wood and cane interior décor, and delicious Punjabi and Mughal specialties. INR 2000 for two.
- Chandni Chowk : If you are in Delhi, tasting its street food is a must. And one of the best places for a wide variety of street food in Delhi is Chandni Chowk.
Shopping in Delhi
- Dilli Haat : Famous for handicrafts & local cuisines of states :Opposite INA Market in South Delhi, it is famous for Indian handicrafts and artifacts. Opening hours – 11 am to 10 pm.
- Paharganj : Famous for low cost jewelery , handicrafts and cotton clothes : Perfect place to buy clothes, jewellery, shoes, music, books, handicrafts, textiles and more at affordable prices. Open daily until 9 pm.
- Chandni Chowk : Famous for lip-smacking street food, traditional sarees, electronics and more : The shopping hub of Delhi is the ultimate place to buy jewellery, fabrics electronic goods and spices.
- Malls in Delhi : Famous for branded clothes, luxury items : Select City Walk ,DLF mall at Saket and DLF Promenade at Vasant Kunj : There are many posh shopping malls in Delhi where you can buy expensive designer clothes, antiques, accessories and much more.
After breakfast, drive off to explore the historical marvels of Agra. On reaching Agra, visit the breathtaking white marble mausoleum, Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Your Agra tour package also includes visiting Sikandra Fort. In the afternoon, check in at the hotel and enjoy a hearty lunch.
Next, we will visit a marble factory where you will witness beautiful inlay of precious and semi-precious stones on marble which reflects superior craftsmanship of the artisans. Later, visit Agra’s Red Fort.
Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.
Note : In order to enable you in planning your tour meticulously, we are sharing with you below all that information that you may need to plan tour for Agra.This information relates to where to eat in Agra or where to shop around in Agra and more.
Day 3: Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur (232 km.; 5 hours)
Agra Travel Guide
Places to Visit in Agra
- Taj Mahal : The iconic white marble Mughal mausoleum, an epitome of love, was built by emperor Shahjahan in loving memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal.
- Agra Fort : A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the magnificent Agra Fort is best described as a walled city.
Offbeat Things to Do in Agra
- Cuisine Tour in Agra : A 4-hour tour including a walk through local food market, visit to a local home, interactive cooking session, and lunch.
- Visit Kinari Bazaar : It features overcrowded lanes buzzing with chaotic and colourful bazaars, specialising in different items.
Best Places to Eat in Agra
- Only Restaurant : One of the best places to enjoy live music, spirited ambience and a delectable menu of Chinese, Mughlai, Afghani and Continental cuisines. The Mall Road; INR 900 onwards for two.
- Peshawri: ITC Mughal, Agra : Taj Ganj ; INR 3000 for two; enjoy award winning delicacies cooked in clay tandoor amidst an ambience reminiscent of rustic charm of eating in the warmth of tents under star-lit sky.
- The Mandarin: It is one of the best Chinese restaurants in Agra but also serves delicious Mughlai food. The interior is warm and inviting. The Mall Road; INR 1500 for two.
Shopping in Agra
- Sadar Bazaar : Located near Agra Cantonment Railway Station, it is Agra’s most famous markets known for marble souvenirs and products, handicrafts, leather items and shoes.
The Golden Triangle Tour with Udaipur next includes visiting Jaipur, the Pink City of Rajasthan.
En-route visit the beautiful red sandstone city of Fatehpur Sikri, built in 1569 by Mughal Emperor Akbar. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On reaching Jaipur, check in at the hotel and relax. In the evening, we will visit Chokhi Dhani Village Resort, where you can discover Rajasthan’s vibrant culture and lip-smacking cuisine over a lavish dinner.
Return back to the hotel; overnight stay.Day 4: Jaipur Sightseeing
The Golden Triangle Tour next includes a sightseeing tour of Jaipur, a city of sheer royal exuberance, magnificent palaces and colourful bazaars.
Your Jaipur tour package includes elephant ride at Amber Fort. Also visit the top tourist attractions such as Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, City Palace, Royal Albert Museum, Ram Niwas Garden, Jal Mahal, Jantar Mantar, etc.
Post Jaipur sightseeing, you are at your leisure to enjoy shopping at Johri Bazaar or Bapu Bazaar.
Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5: Jaipur to Pushkar (146 km.; 2 hours and 15 minutes)
Jaipur Travel Guide
Places to Visit in Jaipur
- Amber Palace and Fort : Mesmerising beauty of white marble and red sandstone, with intricate paintings, paintings and frescos add to the timeless beauty of Amber Fort and Palace.
- City Palace : The palace demonstrates a fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture style, featuring fine engravings and artwork that highlight immemorial imprints of the bygone era.
- Hawa Mahal : Also known as the Palace of the Winds, Hawa Mahal has 953 windows or Jharokas, adorned with intricate lattice work.
- Jal Mahal : It is one of the classic masterpieces of Rajput architecture, located in the middle of the lake and offering breathtaking views of the surrounding.
- Nahargarh Fort : Perched atop rocky ridge of Aravalli Hills, the fort offers stunning views of Jaipur.
Offbeat Things to Do in Jaipur
- Hot Air Balloon Ride : Explore the stunning beauty of fairy-tale palaces, majestic forts and rustic villages as you romance the sky on a hot air balloon, overlooking bird’s view of Jaipur city.
- Elephant Bathing : Visit the elephant camps and spend time playing, bathing and painting these loveable creatures.
- Open Jeep Safari : Discover the rugged and off-beaten terrains of Jaipur on an open jeep, taking you past rustic countryside and colourful villages.
- Visit Rusi Rani Village : If you an a foreigner and wish to experience the culture and spirit of India, plan a day trip to Rusi Rani village near Jaipur
- Meet the National Geographic heroes : Galta Monkeys : Just about 20 kms from Jaipur is Galta Monkey temple which is the venue where the Nat Geo’s award winning documentary on monkey thieves was shot.You would find here lots of friendly monkeys in picturesque ruins.
- Get you palm adorned with Henna : If you are a woman and have never experienced this before, try it in Jaipur.Traditional designs made by henna, worked out to perfection by skilled artisans at the Bazaars of Jaipur is something you should not miss.
Best Places to Eat in Jaipur
- 1135 AD : The imperial restaurant at Amber Palace features gold enamelled walls, regal chairs, magnificent tables and delectable cuisine that will take you back in time. It is known for Mughlai, Rajasthani and North Indian delicacies. INR 2700 for two.
- Anokhi Café : With a cheerful ambience and nostalgic decor, the cafe at KK Square serves freshly baked breads, loaded sandwiches, cheesecakes and salads. INR 750 for two.
- Handi Restaurant : The famous eatery is known for its Mughlai curries, tandoori and barbequed dishes served amidst a friendly and amiable atmosphere. INR 1000 for two.
- Chokhi Dhani : Chokhi Dhani Village Resort is Jaipur is one of the best places to savour authentic Rajasthani cuisine amidst a rustic village ambience. Traditional Rajasthani Dining starting from INR 800 per person; Multi-cuisine buffet INR 950 per person.
- Jai Sri Ram Chat Bhandar If street foods appeal to your palate, try out the chat & pakori at this street food joint in Johri Bazaar.Costs about INR 100 per person.
- Mahavir Rabri Bhandar : If you have a sweet tooth or wish to experiment with Rajasthani authentic food, this more or less a take away joint would not disappoint you with the top taste of food being offered. Costs about INR 150 for two person.
Shopping in Jaipur
- Johari Bazaar : The most popular market of Jaipur is famous for dazzling jewellery, precious and semi-precious stones and wedding lehengas with hand embroidery, Kundan work and tie and dye.
- Bapu Bazaar : It is a great place to shop a wide variety of items like souvenirs, clothes, shoes, etc.
- M.I. Road : Popular for traditional artwork, decorative, textiles, jewellery, clothes, artefacts, carpets and ornamented handicrafts.
u can buy expensive designer clothes, antiques, accessories and much more.
Next day, we drive off to Pushkar, renowned for the sacred Pushkar Lake and Annual Camel fair held during Kartik Purnima in the month of November every year.
It is one of the most important cities of Rajasthan.
On arrival, check in at the hotel. Later, visit the famous tourist spots such as Pushkar Lake, Savitri Temple and Brahma Temple, the only one of its kind in India.
Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.Day 6: Pushkar to Udaipur (283 km.; 5 hours)
Today, we set off to Udaipur tour, heralded as the Venice of the East. It is also known as the City of Lakes.
On arrival, check in at the hotel and have your lunch.
Next, enjoy full day Udaipur sightseeing which includes visiting top attractions such as City Palace, Karni Mata Temple, Doodh Talai, Saheliyon ki Bari and a short excursion to Eklingji Temple. In the evening, witness unparalleled beauty of Lake Pichola and Lal Ghat. Reach Bagore ki Haveli by 6:00 pm to enjoy the astounding light and sound programme.
Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 7: Departure from Udaipur
Udaipur Travel Guide
Places to Visit in Udaipur
- City Palace : The magnificent palace is a true reflection of Rajasthan’s grandeur and royal exuberance of the bygone era. The Vintage Car Museum, Crystal Gallery, Daawat-i-Khas, Daawat-i-Aam, Maharani Palace and astounding view of Lake Pichola are major attractions.
- Lake Palace : It is brilliantly built on Lake Pichola and has the Aravalli Hills at the background that make it one of the most romantic places in Rajasthan.
- Lake Pichola : The key identity of Udaipur, Lake Pichola is known for its stunning beauty overlooking the City Palace and Lake Palace. Boating facilities are available here.
- Jag Mandir : The 17th century temple stands amidst Lake Pichola on Jag Mandir Island, making it one of the best places to visit.
Offbeat Things to do in Udaipur
- Udaipur Ropeway :Take the ropeway to reach Karni Mata Temple or Machhala Hill, overlooking stunning vistas of Lake Pichola, City Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake and Sajjangarh Fort.
- Cooking Classes : Once you are at Lal Ghat area, behind Jagdish Temple, you would find several signage inviting you to learn Indian cooking.In case you are visiting India for the first time and have enjoyed Indian food at a restaurant abroad, we suggest you must try these cooking classes which will make you more aware about the spicy Indian food.
- Horse Safari : Horses of Mewar make experiencing a horse safari an interesting and offbeat thing to do at Udaipur.You can even stay at a Horse ranch and enjoy safaris as well as taking care of the horses.
Best Places to Eat in Udaipur
- Neel Kamal : A gorgeous restaurant in Taj Lake Palace Hotel, it offers delectable Mewari cuisine amidst a beautiful setting. INR 7000 for two.
- Ambrai : The open-air restaurant offers stunning views of Lake Palace and City Palace. INR 1700 for two.
- Bawarchi : If you really wish to relish the taste of Rajasthani food at an affordable cost, visit Bawarchi restaurant at Delhi Gate.Climb up the stairs and you reach where Vegetarian Food Thalis (Platter which has several tasty items) are served.
Shopping in Udaipur
- Hathi Pol, Chetak Circle, Bada Bazaar and Palace Road are hot shopping spots in Udaipur, famous for handicrafts, jewellery, pottery, wooden toys, antiques, paintings, batik printing
On the last day, you are free to discover the charm of Udaipur on your own.
Do visit Jagdish Temple and City Palace and Museum. Golden Triangle Tour with Udaipur also includes boat ride in Lake Pichola.
Later, check out from the hotel and our representatives will transfer you to the airport for onward journey to your destination. Our Golden Triangle Tour with Udaipur package ends here.