Hilton’s Golden Triangle

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Day 1 :Arrive in Delhi

You will be taken to your hotel in Delhi upon arrival at the Delhi airport / train station. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Delhi hotel.

Day 2: Delhi - Old and New Delhi Tour

After breakfast, go on a tour of Old Delhi, beginning with a visit to Jama Mosque, India's biggest mosque, established in 1650 AD. Drive by Red Fort (closed Mondays), which was erected between 1639 and 1648 by Emperor Shah Jehan, the architect of The Taj Mahal. Later, visit Raj Ghat, the site of Mahatma Gandhi's memorial, and Shanti Vana, the site of Independent India's first Prime Minister, Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru's memorial. Later in the day, drive by the Embassy area (diplomatic enclave), the Parliament and Presidents Houses, and India Gate. Then pay a visit to Qutab Minar, which was constructed in 1193 in the Persian style of architecture. Additionally, see Humayun's Mausoleum - this magnificent garden tomb is India's first significant example of Mughal construction. It was constructed by Bega Begam, Humayun's senior wife, in 1565 A.D., nine years after his death. The most remarkable elements within the walled perimeter are the garden squares (chaharbagh) with paths and water systems, as well as the centrally positioned nicely proportioned mausoleum crowned by a double dome. Overnight in a Delhi hotel. (B)

Day 3: Delhi - Agra (about 233 kilometres / 4 hours)

This morning, drive to Agra, which was the capital of Mughal India in the 16th and 17th centuries and is known for its magnificent structures. It has a magnificent fort and the Taj Mahal, which is why so many people travel to India simply to view it. Check into your hotel upon arrival. Later, see Agra Fort, the Mughal Emperor Akbar's original red sandstone fort erected in 1565. The Fort's labyrinth of courtyards, marble mosque, and opulent private apartments all reflect the Mughal Empire's splendour. Visit the Taj Mahal, the mausoleum of Empress Mumtaz Mahal, Shah Jahan's adored wife who died in 1630. Overnight in an Agra hotel. (B)

Day 4: Agra - Jaipur (about 240 kilometres/ 4 hours and 30cminutes)

Today, go to Jaipur, the Pink City. In the evening, visit Chokhidhani, a traditional-style village where visitors may sample Rajasthani culture and cuisine. At ChokhiDhani, experience the rich warmth and rustic beauty of a typical Rajasthani village and then dine on Rajasthani food. Overnight in a Jaipur hotel. (B)

Day 5 : Jaipur

This morning, go on an expedition to Amber Fort, where Raja Mansingh constructed the initial palace and Sawai Jai Singh added subsequent modifications. A superb example of Rajput architecture. Take a ride on the back of a brilliantly caparisoned elephant to the Palace. Visit the palace's numerous chambers and passageways, which are renowned for their design and ornamentation. Return to the hotel for lunch in the late morning. Afternoon, embark on a city tour that includes stops at the unique Jantar Mantar, a magnificent stone observatory erected by Raja Jai Singh in 1728, and the Hawa Mahal, an enthralling "Palace of Winds." This was actually a façade constructed in 1799 to provide royal women with views of the city via the windows. Later, explore the sumptuous City Palace, a former royal house built in a fusion of Rajasthani and Mughal styles and home to huge museums showcasing an outstanding collection of miniature paintings, costumes, and weapons. Overnight in a Jaipur hotel. (B)

Day 6: Depart Jaipur

This morning, you will be transferred to the Jaipur airport / railway station in preparation for your flight / train home or to your next destination. (B)

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