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Golden Triangle with Goa Beaches

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(14 Days / 13 Nights)

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Destinations :
Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Goa – Delhi
Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: New Delhi

Today you will be met by our representative at the International airport. After escorting to your car drive to the pre booked hotel and stay overnight.

Day 2: New Delhi

After breakfast take a tour of the historical city & the capital of India. Delhi, where a empire rose and fell before the dawn of history; where citadels of emperors appeared and disappeared; a city of mysterious eternity whose old ruins proclaim a majestic and imperial past and whose present pulsates vibrantly with the ever flowing life of India. The eternal Yamuna bears witness to the glorious and tumultuous 5,000 year old history of Delhi. A history which begins with the creation of Indraprastha by the Pandavas and the transformation of this barren gift of the Kauravas into an idyllic haven. A history which encompasses all the various kings and emperors who fixed their royal citadels here-- Indraprastha, Lal Kot, Quila Rai Pithora, Siri, Jahanpanah, Tughlakabad, Ferozabad, Dinpanah, Delhi Sher Shahi or then Shahjahanabad. But, combined and integrated into one, these 'new cities' have always been called Delhi and howsoever many names it may have acquired, Delhi has always been intrinsically identified with power and imperial sway. There have been at least eight cities around modern Delhi, and the old saying that whoever founds a new city at Delhi will lose it has come true every time -- most recently for the British who founded New Delhi in 1911.Later became the capital of Independent India.

Day 3: Taj Mahal

After breakfast I am sure you will be eagerly waiting for a drive of 200km for a close look of the one of the wonders of the world and a great gifted monument for the love at Agra, the former Mughal capital on the banks of Yamuna River. Agra the place for magnificent Taj Mahal - fondly called by people as the ultimate requiem of love, from a great Mughal Emperor to his beloved. So overwhelming is the exquisite beauty and presence of this marble mausoleum that centuries later today, even the very land where it has been located - Agra - has been immortalised as the City of the Taj. Yet, it doesn’t take much for the roving eye to discover that there's more to Agra than just the fabled Taj Mahal. The city is a virtual gateway to a world of discovery… a freeze-frame from a resplendent era that's long since gone by. In the great epic 'Mahabharat' the region of Agra is described as 'Agraban' (an integral part of the Brij Bhumi or the land of Lord Krishna). The latter part of Indian history outlines the origins of Agra to 1475 A.D., when the reign of Raja Badal Singh. However, Agra came into limelight during the rule of Afghan King Sikandar Lodhi - who had made it the capital of his empire. Later in 1526 A.D., the Mughal Emperor Babar took upon himself the task for rendering Agra, a unique character and beauty of its own. The visionary that he was and a great patron of the arts, Emperor Babar brought in a change in the culture and life-style among the people of Agra, which then brought forth some of the finest craftsmen, artists, statesmen, warriors and nobility, this part of India had ever witnessed. The golden age of Agra's history, thus began to set in. The next few hundred years of Agra witnessed the rise of the pomp and pageantry of three great Mughal monarchs - Emperor Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan - all of whom lavished on this fabled city, their love and riches immeasurable to transform the land into one of the great centers of art, culture, learning and commerce. Stay overnight

Day 4: Jaipur

After breakfast with a stopover at the abandoned city of Fatehpur sikri in Red sand stone proceed to the land of Rajputas Rajasthan with stay at the popular Pink city. Why Pink city just see yourself and tell your friends too.

Day 5: The Amber Fort

Today, after breakfast visit the world of forts, monuments, science, museums, parks, lakjes & elephant rides by visit Amber fort, City palace, Observatory, hawa Mahal and don’t miss to shop at the Jewellery 7 textile shops and see how work is being done and an art of craftsmanship. Jaipur, the pink city was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Jai Singh II, a Kachhwaha Rajput, who ruled from 1699-1744. Initially his capital was Amber, which lies at a distance of 11kms from Jaipur. He felt the need of shifting his capital city with the increase in population and growing scarcity of water. Jaipur is the first planned city of India and the King took great interest while designing this city of victory. He consulted several books on architecture and architects before making the layout of Jaipur. After several battles with Marathas, Jai Singh was keen on the security aspect of the city. Due to this reason, he focused on his scientific and cultural interests to make a brilliant city. Being, a lover of mathematics and science, Jai Singh sought advice from Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, a Brahmin scholar of Bengal, to aid him design the city architecture. Vidyadhar referred the ancient Indian literature on astronomy, books of Ptolemy and Euclid, and discussed the plan with the King. With a strategic plan, the construction of the city started in 1727. It took around 4 years to complete the major palaces, roads and square. The city was built following the principles of Shilpa Shastra, the Indian Architecture. The city was divided into nine blocks, out of which two consist the state buildings and palaces, whereas the remaining seven blocks were allotted to the public. In order to ensure the security, huge fortification walls were made along with seven strong gates. According to that time, architecture of the town was very advanced and certainly the best in Indian subcontinent. In 1853, when Prince of Wales visited Jaipur, the whole city was painted in Pink color to welcome him. Still, the neat and broadly laid-out avenues, painted in pink provide a magical charm to the city. Jaipur is rich in its cultural and architectural beauty, which can be traced in the various historical and aesthetic places that reside in the city. This city of victory really wins the hearts of the people with its splendid charisma t.

Day 6: Surajgarh - Shekhawati Region

After breakfast be ready to take a trip to the rural Rajasthan full of colorfull men &women. Men with the colourfull turbans on the head and women full of silver jwellery around their arms, neck, ears ankles. Shekhawati region, known as open art gallery. The small towns in this region became important trading posts, a lasting legacy of which are the beautiful painted havelis (mansions) constructed by wealthy merchants in the 18th and 19th centuries. Afternoon village walk and time to relax. Stay Overnight..

Day 7: New Delhi

Shekhawati region - Delhi. Returning to Delhi, the latter part of the afternoon is free for you to relax or independently explore more of Delhi. Overnight - New Delhi (B)

Day 8: Goa

Delhi - Goa. Hotel check out and included onward transfer to airport. Included flight to Goa and transfer to your accommodation at the 3 star Casa de Goa hotel. Overnight - Goa (B)

Days 9 - 13: Sun, sea and relaxation

Free time for you to enjoy Goa your way. Thanks to its picturesque location on the Mondovi River, between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Goa is one of India’s prime destinations. The Portuguese, who claimed Goa as the seat of the Catholic Church in the East in the 1500s, controlled the area until 1961, when India invaded to liberate it. The state’s Portuguese past is most apparent in its plazas, cathedrals and architecture and a few Portuguese insist that Goa retains older world heritage than most of Portugal. A fun way to explore Goa is by renting a bike or scooter. They are easily available, but you must have an International Drivers License and provide passport details. Although best known for its massive stretch of magnificent, palm tree-lined beaches along the Arabian Sea coast, Goa offers other attractions, for example; the Portuguese Catholic Church of Old Goa, St. Anne’s Church (an ornate marvel from the 1600s) and the Basilica of Bom Jesus. The surrounding countryside is dotted with luxurious old estates built by wealthy Indians (many of whom converted to Catholicism), including Braganza Palace, which is open to the public. Why not try your hand at cooking? Bolt-on a cooking course in a relaxed atmosphere at our custom–built kitchen in the heart of sunny Goa, where our expert chefs will teach you Indian culinary skills. We offer a hands–on, small group course with a dynamic and fun, yet informative approach to learning. 1, 3 or 5 day courses are available. The 1 day bolt-on will be a cooking session, the 3-day bolt-on will incorporate 2 cooking sessions and a market trip and the 5 day bolt-on will incorporate 3 cooking sessions, a market trip and a spice market trip. Overnight - Goa (B: 5)

Day 14: Goa

On Friday, Tour arrangements end after breakfast, with hotel check out and onward departure transfer to the airport. Unless, of course, you’ve booked another week in the sun! (B)