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Golden triangle + Mandawa 8 days

Mandawa was the wilderness area in ancient time. which started to develop in the 18th century and was home to many wealthy merchant families. The villas they built with inner courtyards (háveli) were decorated with beautiful frescoes, thus showing their considerable wealth. An 8-day program full of experiences with the cities of the Golden Triangle (Delhi, Jaipur, Agra).

Day 01: Arrival & (Delhi sightseeing)

Arrival in Delhi, transfer to the hotel, then breakfast after check in the rooms. After a short rest, sightseeing in Old Delhi. We visit the Chandni Chowk bazaar by rickshaw, then walk to the centuries-old, Old Bazaar. On our exhilarating walk, you can buy local products and taste local food specialties. We will see India’s largest mosque*, the Jama Masjid, and then Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation site*. On our way, we can see the famous India Gate, the Parliament and the Presidential Palace. We will see Indira Gandhi’s former residence*.  We visit one of the most beautiful and important Temple in Delhi, the Laxminarayan Temple* Dinner and overnight in Delhi. (B, D) (1 Night)

Overnight stay in Delhi.

Day 02: Delhi/ Mandawa (Drive)

After breakfast we travel to Mandawa. Before leaving Delhi, we will see the Qutub Minar*, the tallest minaret in the world, built over 920 years ago, and the famous Delhi Iron Pillar. Mandawa was the former city of the Maharajas, where traders from abroad were welcomed. We will look at the special city of the Háveli*, and we will have a local lunch in one of them, The luxurious life of the old days comes to life on the walls of the houses. In the afternoon, we walk in the local bazaar, where we can see the everyday life of the locals.  (B,D) (1Night)

Overnight stay in Mandawa.

Day 03: Mandawa/Jaipur (Drive)

After breakfast, travel to Jaipur, the pink city of the maharajas. After check in at the Hotel, we will go to a local bazaar, see the daily life of the local people, and taste the local food and drinks. Later, visiting some places, we can even participate the traditional dinner with dance.  (B, D) ( 2 Nights)

Overnight stay in Jaipur.

Day 04: Jaipur city tour

After breakfast, a full day sightseeing. First, we visit the Amber Fort*, 15 km from the city. The fortress palace stands on a mountain where the maharajas once ascended on the back of an elephant*. We will also have the opportunity to try this. We will see the buildings of the fortress, including the Hall of Mirrors, and then we will return to the bus by jeep. We head back to the city, and on the way we stop at the Water Palace to take photos. In the afternoon, we will linger in the pink city: we will see the city palace, still inhabited by the Maharaja of Rajasthan. We will visit the Jantar Mantar*, a strange observatory built by the famous Maharaja Jai ​​Singh in the 18th century, and then we will take a walk in the bazaar, where we will have the opportunity to taste local food and drinks. We take a short photo break at the Palace of the Winds at the Hawa Mahal*.

(B, D)

 Overnight stay in Jaipur.

Day 05: Jaipur/Abhaneri/Agra

Breakfast at the hotel, then travel to Agra, the capital of the Mughals. On the way, we visit the Monkey Temple*, where the locals go to feed the monkeys. We can also participate in a ceremony. During a short free time, you can recharge yourself with the positive energy of the place. We continue our trip to the famous Step Well In Abhaneri*, which consists of 3,500 steps, which was built in the 8th century. On arrival in Agra,  check in at the hotel. (D) ( 2 Nights)

Overnight stay  in Agra.

Day 06: Agra city tour

Early in the morning at sunrise, we will visit the Taj Mahal*, the monument of eternal love, which was built by the fifth Mughal Sultan in memory of his dearest wife. After breakfast, we will go on a city tour of Agra. We visit a workshop where we can see the technology and tools used to build the seventh wonder of the world. We will taste the local food, including the local sweet petha, and then visit the Red Fort*, its famous palaces and buildings, and the Saffron Garden. Lunch in a pleasant restaurant with a garden. In the afternoon, we will visit a mausoleum of special beauty, which is also called the baby Taj. (B, D)

Overnight stay in Agra.

NOTE –  Taj Mahal remains closed on every Friday.

Day 07: Agra/Delhi

Breakfast at the hotel, then we travel to Delhi. On our way, we will stop at the most beautiful temple in northern India, the Akshardham temple* which was dedicated to the god Swami Narayan, The temple is decorated with more than 20,000 statues and stone carvings. After visiting the temple, we end the day with a farewell dinner at luxury Restaurant.

Overnight stay in Delhi.

NOTE – Akshardham temple remains closed on every Monday.

Day 08: Departure

Transfer to the airport, departure.






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