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The Grandeur of Classic Golden Triangle      Delhi

29500 7D/6N

Overview

Think about India, a picture of a colorful village pops up in your mind. None other than a Rajasthani rural village or the narrow lanes of old Delhi would be the best example to explore the cultural heritage of India. Known as the golden triangle it is tourist circuit which connects national capital Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. 

Delhi: The capital of India has its own String of historic architectural Monuments with the Mughal inspiration in it. wit that the cuisine of Delhi worth the visit to the narrow Valleys on Old Delhi.

Jaipur: The capital of the Rajputana state. With its pink color, Jaipur shows a different design of architecture with Rajputana valor in it. Visit Places like Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Albert Hall with two UNESCO world heritage, Amer Fort and Jantar Manter.

Agra: As the place holds one of the Seven Wonder the world, it needs no introduction. Explore the secrets of Taj Mahal. and know the local people from the closest quarters.

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Highlights

  • Village Tour to explore real india.
  • The Heritage, Food & spiritual expedition.
  • Own an elephant for a day & participate in preparing food for them.
  • Storytelling on the Taj.
  • Explore with us the local cuisine, handicrafts and street bazaars.

Stay: Accommodation in clean & hygeinic hotel/home stay on twin sharing

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner during the trip

Activities: Rural Living

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Itinerary

  • Day 1 to Day 3

    Delhi is a combination of 7 different medieval cities. It is Combination of Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Jain heritage, food and crafts. New Delhi with high rise buildings is different from old Delhi which still exists in a maze of narrow lanes. For first few days, participate in old Delhi heritage walk along with storytelling on medieval architecture and participate in local food tasting. The Food of Delhi not only be experienced in old Delhi but also in its quaint cafes. Experience the Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Jain religious places, learn their history and participate hands-on in some of the activities like community service. Experience the Sufi culture and visit the local bazaars and medieval heritage sites in Delhi.
  • Day 4 - 6: Jaipur

    Relax for the day and experience the authentic village life of Rajasthan. Do yoga, cooking classes, learn how to keep a cow, and work in a village. Jaipur, Pink City, is the capital city of the princely state of Rajasthan, enamored with stories of the glorious Rajput rule and their valor. Spend the first day exploring and understanding the Rajput history, crafts of Jaipur, medieval heritage and local food. Overnight stay will be in village. Own an elephant for a day: Spend a day owning an elephant where you will learn how elephants communicate; participate in preparing food for them, painting an elephant, bathing and feeding an elephant like a mahout. Overnight stay will be in the village. Note: Elephants are subject to the special care, and no acts of cruelty are performed on them.
  • Day 7: Agra

    At last spend full day in Agra not only exploring and doing storytelling on the Taj, but also some other lesser Knownaspects from the lanes of the city. Explore with us the local cuisine, handicrafts and street bazaars.
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Inclusions

  • All accommodations in guest houses, hotels and homestay with local families – clean and safe
  • All local and inter-city transportation AC vehicle or train
  • All guided experiences and activities
  • Fee of tour guide and any other local experts
  • Any permits or permissions required
  • Breakfast and dinner from day 1 to day 6

Exclusions

  • Any international or domestic flights from base location to Delhi
  • Travel insurance (Compulsory for non-Indian guests)
  • Any medical needs that arise during the trip
  • Entry tickets
  • Lunch

Other Important Information

  • This is the basic outline of travel experience. We do customization as per the needs of every guest if required. Our experiences are designed not to take you as an observer, but to get you involved hands on and experience the place like a local.

Cancellation policy

  • 50% Refund if cancelled 30 days before the trip start date.
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