6 Nights 7 Days Golden Triangle Pushkar Tour

6 Nights 7 Days Golden Triangle Pushkar Tour
Duration:- 6 Nights / 7 Days
Places Covered:- Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Pushkar – Delhi

Rajasthan is known for its beautiful culture and plush heritage sites. Travellers from all over the world love travelling to Rajasthan and enjoying its regal charm and enigmatic beauty. The forts, palaces, temples and amazing lakes are most amazing tourist attractions. To give you the live experience of all these things we have brought to you 6 Nights 7 Days Golden Triangle Pushkar Tour that will be the most amazing experience for you. The journey through this tour package will start with your arrival at Delhi and will later travel forward towards other city namely Agra which is known as the house of Taj Mahal and after that you will travel towards the holy city of Pushkar known for ghats and Brahmma Temple. The journey will then take you to Jaipur and then back to Delhi.

Tour Highlights

  • The Heart Warming Welcome
  • Beautiful Red Fort Excursion
  • Visit to UNESCO declared world heritage sites
  • Holy Ghats of Ganges and Maha Aarti
  • Regal Forts of Jaipur
Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 – Delhi

Day’s Details

  • Delhi Arrival
  • Hotel Transfer
  • Overnight Stay in Hotel

The journey will start with your arrival at Delhi airport. Our representative will receive you from the airport and transfer to your pre-booked hotel. The remaining day will be at your discretion. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 2 – Delhi

Day’s Details

  • Sightseeing at Delhi
  • Visit Old Delhi and New Delhi
  • Rickshaw Ride
  • Overnight Stay in Hotel

The next day you will have your breakfast and start your day with delicious taste. Post breakfast you will start exploring the beautiful heritage sites of the city. The tour will be classified into two parts Old Delhi and New Delhi. The journey will start with Old Delhi excursion and first you will visit in the morning at –

Red Fort – Majestic red sandstone palace built in 1939 was once the house of Mughal kings. The palace is serving as the ceremonial ground from where Prime Minister of India addresses the country on Independence Day and also hoists the national flag.

Jama Masjid – This monument was also built by Shah Jahan. It is the largest and oldest Indian mosque. Known as “Masjid E Jahan Numa” aka World Reflecting Mosque, Jama Masjid is compact with a main prayer hall which can be filled with more than 25000 devotees. On every Eid, Jama Masjid organizes main Namaaz in morning.

Qutub Minar – The second tallest minaret of India, Qutub Minar is an ancient monument built approx 1000 years back. It was built by Qutub Ud Din Aibak the founder of Delhi sultanate. The complex of Qutub Minar is amazing and a must visit.

Chandni Chowk – By the evening you will visit Chandni Chowk. The oldest and living Mughal established market. It was constructed by Jahan Aara, daughter of Shah Jahan for the ladies of the then time so as to spend their leisure time.

These were the Old Delhi’s charm; you will also visit tourist attractions of New Delhi. The major tourist attractions include President’s House, Parliament House, India Gate and Lotus Temple. By the end of the day you will return to your hotel and make an overnight stay in the hotel.

Highpoints of Days

  • Red Fort
  • Jama Masjid
  • Chandni Chowk

Day 3 – Agra

Day’s Details

  • Travel to Agra
  • Agra Arrival
  • Sightseeing Tour
  • Shopping and Purchasing Souvenirs

The very next day you will take your breakfast in the morning. You will later leave for Agra, one of the major centers of Mughal Power. On your Agra arrival you will off to your pre-booked hotel. Take some rest and freshen up. Later you will start exploring Agra sightseeing places starting with –

Agra Fort –A visit to this beautiful fortress is something worth experiencing. Agra Fort has once served as the military ground for the army of Akbar. Later it was converted into residence. Jasmine tower in Agra Fort is the place where Shah Jahan was captured in his last years. The Moti Masjid and the Nagina Masjid are the two mosques in complex premises.

Itmad-Ud-Daula – You will then visit to the tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daula. It is also called Baby Taj due to its architectural similarity with Taj Mahal. The tomb was built by Noor Jahan wife of Jahangir. The spell-bounded structure is the first ever monument built on the banks of Yamuna River.

Taj Mahal –By the dusk time you will visit Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of The World. the palace was built by Shah Jahan in his deceased wife’s memory. Located on the bank of Yamuna River, the beautiful Taj Mahal throws spectacular view during sunset hours.

Later you will visit to the markets of the city. The old yet enchanting market of Agra is still filled with the charisma of Mughal era. You can go for shopping and buy some souvenirs from here. By the end of the day you will return to your hotel and an overnight stay in the hotel.

Highpoints of Days

  • Taj Mahal
  • Agra Fort
  • Itmad-Ud-Daula

Day 4 – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur

Day’s Details

  • Sunrise Visit To Taj Mahal
  • Visit To Fatehpur Sikri
  • Travel to Jaipur
  • Jaipur Arrival

The next day will start with the visit to the glorious Taj Mahal in the wee hours of morning. Rising sun filled this pearly mausoleum with various hues watching which would be spectacular.Return to your hotel, have your scrumptious breakfast and later will drive towards Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan.

On your way you will take a halt at Fatehpur Sikri, the ghost city. It was once served as the capital of Mughal Empire under Akbar reign. The major attractions of the place are Buland Darwaza, Tomb of Salim Chisti and many more. You will drive forward towards Jaipur, shifted to your hotel and the remaining day will be at your discretion. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 5 – Jaipur

Day’s Details

  • Breakfast in Hotel
  • Jaipur Sightseeing
  • Dinner at Chokhi Dhani
  • Stay for Overnight in Hotel

Have your scrumptious breakfast in the hotel. Later you will be off to explore Jaipur’s most prominent tourist attractions. Jaipur is one of the most charismatic places in India which is known for its royalty. The city is painted in pink and thus called Pink City. It was established by Sawai Jai Singh under the agies of Pt. Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya on the principle of Vastu Shastra.
Your sightseeing tour will start with –

Amber Fort –The huge fort is a major attraction that attracts several local and international travellers. Early morning visit to Amber Fort is something worth experiencing. The elephant ride at Amber Fort will take you back to the royal era of Rajputs.

Hawa Mahal –This charming palace is beautiful and is known for its unique architectural style which is similar to that of Lord Krishna’s crown. The palace is having 953 small windows (Jharokas) which maintain air ventilation. Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh built this monument specially for royal ladies so that they can spend some leisure time without being noticed.

Jantar Mantar –You will then visit to royal observatory Jantar Mantar. It is the biggest observatory among all the five in the country. It was established to calculate solar movements and astronomical readings. Samrat Yantra is the largest instruments in the observatory that is use to forecast the time.

City Palace –It is one of the largest palace complex in Rajasthan that ishalf serving as museum and half serving as museum. It was built in 1732. Chandra Mahal of Palace is still occupying by royal family as their residence. Govind Dev Ji temple, Diwan-E-Aam, Diwan-E-Khas are the major attraction of the palace.

By the evening you will get back to your hotel relax after full day sightseeing and then go to Chokhi Dhani for dinner. Chokhi Dhani is a village themed restaurant where you can enjoy delicious Rajasthani cuisine, Rajasthani folk dance and music and even the very spectacular puppet show. Return to your hotel, go for the overnight stay.

Highpoints of Days

  • Jal Mahal
  • Amber Fort
  • Jantar Mantar
  • City Palace

Day 6 – Pushkar

Day’s Details

  • Drive to Pushkar
  • Pushkar Arrival
  • Ghats of Pushkar

On your 6th day you will start with your healthy breakfast and then you will travel to Pushkar. Pushkar is the holy city of India and is also called the ancient Indian city. The place is famous for its ghats and temples and also for its largest camel fair which fascinates travellers from all across the world.

On Pushkar arrival you will be shifted to your hotel and then will freshen up. Post relaxation you will visit Pushkar Lake. The lake is considered holy. Pilgrims from all across the world travel to Pushkar to take holy bath in Pushkar Ghat.

You will then visit to Brahmma Temple. It is the oldest and the only Brahmma temples in the world dedicated to the creator of world. The temple is associated with various legends and historical incidents. Later you will return to your hotel and make an overnight stay.

Highpoints of Day

  • Pushkar Lake
  • Brahmma Temple

Day 7 – Delhi

Day’s Details

  • Breakfast in Hotel
  • Drive To Delhi
  • Departure

On the very next day you will start with the healthy breakfast in your hotel. You will later check-out and drive towards Delhi. On Delhi arrival you will be transferred to Delhi airport. From here you will board on a flight to your destination onwards. At end your 7 days golden triangle Pushkar tour will come to an end.

Note: Tajmahal remains closed on Fridays Red Fort, Akshardham & Lotus Temple remains closed on Mondays
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