Fondly called the Golden Triangle Delhi, Agra and Jaipur together offers the best mix of culture, history and fun. Delhi being a the capital city, gives you a sneak-peak into the diversity of India as a country. Agra on the other hand, proudly beholds one of the most beautiful and sought after wonders of the world – The Taj Mahal. Jaipur or the pink city offers the glimpses of the royal state of Rajasthan with its famous Fort, Palace and bazaars.
If you are on a short trip and wish to explore as much as culture and history of India, you must visit the Golden Triangle. There is so much so see and do, which would keep you amazed at how varied this country is. The Holiday Navigator provides Golden Triangle Holiday packages which includes the World renowned Taj Mahal for various pockets ranging from Budget to Luxury. We offer various North India tour packages at great prices. Contact us today and get your free quote.
Not just the famous monuments and landmarks, its food and people awates to offer you the most amazing experience. You can indulge into activities like Hot air ballooning, Elephant ride, walking tours, culinary tour, shopping at the colourful bazaars and many more.
Top activities to do
Sunrise or Sunset view of Taj Mahal, Agra
The Taj Mahal is most beautiful when you visit it during sunrise and again during sunset. Most travellers enjoy to witness its beauty at both sunrise and sunset. During full moon nights there are special entries which needs to be booked earlier.
Rickshaw ride at Chandni Chowk, Delhi
Chandni Chowk (literally means Silver Square) is the most famous and historic street in Delhi. Built around 300 years ago, its famous for its street food and vibrant bazaars where you can shop some ancient artifacts and jewellery.
Dinner at Chowki Dhani – the ethnic Rajasthani village, Jaipur
The concept of Chowki Dhani is to capture the vibrant spirit of Rajasthan and ensuring a perfect Rajasthani experience. It brings to you the real Rajasthan - the villages, the paintings, Bani Thani art, the wall decorations, Dipak wall, the fresh air, the evening performances, the enthusiasm, the 'manuhar' (a delicate request to eat till your heart’s desire), the traditions, the costumes and at last but not least the Feelings.