Item Code: 49-7843

04 Nights / 5 Days









Mathura and Vrindavan are twin cities famous for Lord Krishna. Those who cherish the desire for the gorgeous temples can book Golden Triangle Tour with Mathura and Vrindavan. 

Upon your arrival at IGI Delhi airport in the Morning you are welcomed by us. After refreshment continues your Delhi tour visit “Raj Ghat” a memorial for Mahatma Gandhi who is the father of the nation. Now it is a drive past towards India Gate afterwards visit the Humanyun’s Tomb which is considered to be an inspiration for the world famous Taj Mahal. Afterwards you will proceed to visit Qutub Minar which is the world’s tallest tower and was constructed by the slave dynasty rulers Qutubuddin Aibak and Iltatmish Qutub Minar. Enjoy overnight stay at the hotel in Delhi.
Post breakfast continue your drive towards Vrindavan visit the world famous Bankey bihari temple,  iskcon temple, Prem mandir afterwards enjoy your lunch and drive towards Mathura visit the ‘Janmbhoomi’ and Dwarkadheesh temple. After the sightseeing drive towards Agra evening visit the Agra fort a massive fort of 15th century built by mughal emperors. Enjoy overnight at Hotel in Agra.

Early morning visit Taj Mahal Sunrise the epitome of love-the Taj Mahal. This white marble edifice erected on the bank of river Yamuna took 22 years time to be finished. This is the supreme expression of love of a man for his beloved. The interiors of the cenotaph are highly decorated with the inlaid semi precious stones. After the Taj Mahal back to hotel for breakfast. Afterwards continue your drive towards Jaipur en-route visiting the fabled ‘’city of ghost’’. Fatehpur Sikri This once capital of Mughal Empire was made by mughal king Akbar who as the folk lore goes was bleesed by sufi saint called saikh Saleem Chishti. He built a string of royal places and a huge mosque saddled on top of hillock. But this marvelous city which was almost twice size of contemporary London was abandoned, after being in use for just 13 years on your arrival in Jaipur check in at your hotel. In the evening visit Birla temple Over night at the

After a healthy breakfast we set off to visit Amber Fort saddled amidst the aravali hills, an elephant ride awaits you here and you get to see a fort displaying the fusion of Hindu and Islamic style of architecture. After sightseeing visit city place where even today the royalty of Jaipur resides, here you will come closer to the royal life style, You can see hall of public audience (Dewaan-e-Khaas),Baggi khana- a museum in the palace of music complex where you find amazing collection of Palanquin, Baggis etc. Later we take you to visit an observatory built by Maharaja sawai Jai Singh in 18th century be amazed to see the old gadgets devised to know the various planetary positions. After wards we take you to Hawa Mahal or the palace of breeze this structure will surely entice you with its unique beehive design, this was made with an intention to facilitate royal ladies and allow them to observe daily life in the street below without being seen. After the sightseeing you are back to hotel and stay overnight stay in Jaipur.

After breakfast, check out from hotel and you are driven to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi, straight drive to International Airport to catch your flight for your home with sweet memories of India.


  • Accommodation in 3 Star Hotel in Double/Triple/Quad Sharing.
  • 03 Night’s Accommodation in Deluxe Room.
  • Breakfast Included
  • All Local Sightseeing Included
  • AC Vehicle – As per the Group Size
  • Tax Included
  • Driver Fee Included

Not Included

  • Camera fees
  • Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
  • Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
  • Tips, laundry & phone call
  • Entrance fees to monuments and museum
  • All personal expenses
  • Any Activity not included

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