Book Golden Triangle Tour with Tiger Safari


Delhi - Jaipur – Ranthambore - Agra - Delhi

Tour Key Points

  • Enjoy the Rickshaw ride in the narrow street of the old Delhi
  • Walk and shopping at Delhi Haat market
  • Tiger safari into Ranthambhore national park
  • Visit to pink city of Rajasthan, Jaipur
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Golden Triangle Tour with Tiger Safari

As well as its history and civilization, India is recognized for the diversity of its natural ecosystems, which continue to provide refuge to a diverse range of life - plants, birds, and animals. Each year, the massive synthetic wetlands that are a prominent feature of the Keoladeo Gana parkland attract as many as 375 species of birds, many of them migratory from as far away as Mongolia. Birdwatchers from all over the world eagerly anticipate the park's annual transformation into a bird nursery. Tiger country is within the shadow of the ominous silhouette of the Ranthambore Fort, and the strong king of the jungle intends to seize it. Other carnivores such as the catamount, panther, and leopard can also be seen. This itinerary strikes the right mix between the man-made and the natural, combining these with the pinnacles of the ‘golden triangle' – city, Agra, and Jaipur.

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  1. Day 01 DELHI

    You will meet and greet then transfer to the hotel, and later tour the capital of modern India, the heart of the country, an interesting mix of ancient monuments and crowded bazaars, medieval buildings and modern buildings. Visit the Raj Ghat, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Jama Masjid mosque, Humayun's tomb and the Qutb Minar tower, followed by a drive along the embankment headquarters, the Red Fort, Connaught place, the shopping area.

  2. Day 02 DELHI / JAIPUR (260 km, approx. 6 hours)

    After leisurely breakfast drive to Pink City of Rajasthan - Jaipur, on arrival check-in into the pre-booked hotel. Afternoon visit to monkey temple. Overnight at hotel.

  3. Day 03 JAIPUR

    In the morning excursion to Amber Fort, a fortress located on the hills which, at the time of the Mughals, experienced a period of great splendor whose vestigial remains still today.

    A slow ascent on the back of an elephant and here in their unaltered splendor the buildings enclosed within it: spectacular decorated rooms, mirrors, gems, tracery and the whole atmosphere of a place where history is at home. Return to Jaipur and visit the "pink city" of Rajasthan, so defined for the dominant color of its buildings: the futuristic Jantar Mantar outdoor astronomical observatory, dating back to 1716 and still fully functional, the City Palace, a magnificent palace in part used as a museum, the famous Hawa Mahal 'palace of the winds', a splendid 5-story with over 950 windows, used in the past by the women of the court to observe the outside without any views .

  4. Day 04 JAIPUR / RANTHAMBORE (156 km, approx.3.5 hours)

    Transfer to Ranthambore, a stenographic limbo of nature at the center of a project for the protection of the tiger, the "big cat", the great feline symbol of Indian fauna.

    Extending over an area of about 400 square kilometers. Around the ruins of the fort of the same name dating back to the thirteenth century, the Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary offers the extraordinary possibility of viewing the Rajasthani territory before the desertification due to the huge demographic pressure and intensive grazing: within the thick vegetation a fascinating world of predators and herbivores, wild boars, monkeys, sambars, gazelles, deer, hyenas, antelopes, leopards and, of course, tigers .


    Full day dedicated to morning and afternoon safaris inside the park: exciting landscape, close contact with wild nature, strong sensations.

  6. Day 06 RANTHAMBORE / FATEHPUR SIKRI / AGRA (303 km, approx. 7 hours)

    Transfer to Agra with a stop at the ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri: an urban masterpiece commissioned by the great Mughal emperor Akbar, and today a vast, splendid and desolate monumental city, in a perfect state of conservation. Proceeding to Agra and accommodation and hotel.

  7. Day 07 AGRA / DELHI (205 km, approx. 5 hours)

    Visit of the beautiful city and its two major centers of attention: the Taj Mahal (closed on Friday), a white monument to eternal love, a marmot dream commissioned by the emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife who died prematurely, Red Fort, an imposing citadel with refined architecture in the heart of Agra, on the banks of the Yamuna River and Agra Fort. In the afternoon, transfer to Delhi, dinner and overnight.

  8. Day 08 DELHI

    Transfer to the airport in time for the flight to reach the next destination.

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