With structures established at every nook and corner, the cities speak their history. With beautiful and vibrant markets and vistas, the cities speak of their people. While with the different cultures, the cities speak for their unity. Even after such diversity, India shares the unity of these cultures.
What is a Golden Triangle Tour?
A golden triangle tourist a travel through three major cities in India- Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The three cities are located in the northern India almost equidistant apart. By joining the three city coordinates we realize, it forms an equilateral triangle, hence the reason for the name of the tour.
The tour is quite famous among foreign travelers as well as some local travelers who traverse through different parts of India. As the tour covers these important cities, it is a good trip to explore the northern India in a small, convenient yet unique way.
Best Time & How Long?
The tour is best taken around the months of October to Mid-April if the weather patterns are in your favor. The tour is best experienced during colder months rather than in the extreme heat, as most of these cities have an open and on-foot traversing which is best suited in winters.
For 5 to 7 days is enough for the tour. The cities covered in the tour have more sites but if you are a person who has experience travelling, you can for sure cover most sites. Planning the trip efficiently with separating days apart smartly, you can enjoy the tour whole-heartedly.
Route, Distance, Time & Travel Mediums
The entire tour is of 720 Kms and it can take you 4-6 hours travel by car between the cities. The route which is usually followed is from Delhi to Agra to Jaipur. Trains such as the Shatabdi Express also connects these three cities together.
The Old-Modern Capital City of Delhi