The golden triangle is India’s renowned traveler’s route, and for a moral reason. The route connects the famous destinations with the capital city of India, Delhi to Agra and Jaipur. Each leg of the route is about 4 to 6 hours to drive and somewhat less by rail. On the golden triangle route, you will see enormous forts, wonderful palaces, busy bazaars and many more. Every individual I asked that had done the golden triangle loved it and after feeling it myself, I have to agree with this, it is a must see! So, here is my helping guide to the golden triangle to motivate you to visit India!
When to Visit India
The perfect time to go to India or excursion the golden triangle is between the month of October and March. These months have the most enjoyable weather and this is when the flowers are in bloom. Try to evade the hot summer months and monsoon season, which is late May through to early October. I visited for the duration of December and did no longer see many tourists – it turned into brilliant!
Things to Note before Visiting India
It is worth remembering that if you are a stranger in India, especially a woman, staring and those taking pics of you is predictable, especially in those popular traveler spots. Some human beings ask others do not. I know this will not be ok for you. They don’t want to tease you they just won’t ask you and want to know how you were feeling while traveling in their land. Do you like India?? But nothing else.
Carrying a scarf with you is a pleasant idea for whilst the air pollutants get bad closer to the end up of the day. In Delhi, sometimes ‘hazardous’ air pollutant levels can be reached. It’s also convenient in case you are exploring someplace that calls for you to cover up.
Sites to Visit in Agra
The famous tourist spots of Agra are the Taj Mahal, which is the epitome of love, Fatehpur Sikri of sandstone and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Agra Fort made up of red sandstone built by Akbar is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s tomb which is a tomb built by a queen for her parents and is also called as Baby Taj, Mehtab Bagh which has a complex of 4 Gardens, Kinnari Bazaar if you want to check the best quality jewelry, items made up of marble, stalls of snacks, clothes, etc.
Agra is also famous for Korai village which is located on the highway of Agra and Fatehpur Sikri, Akbar’s tomb in Sikandra when we all know that Akbar was the best king of India and many other places that show the culture of India.
Sites to visit in Jaipur
Jaipur is called as the Pink City of India and there are a Hawa Mahal, which has more than 900 Windows for ventilation, Amer Fort that will offer you a wonderful artistic approach of the rulers of India, City Palace that has Mubarak Mahal and Chandra Mahal and many other beautiful buildings inside the complex, Jantar Mantar which is the UNESCO World Heritage site, Nahargarh Fort that has a picturesque architecture, Chokhi Dhani, which is a village theme based reporting that offers boating, horse riding, magic shows, predicting parrots, fortune tellers, puppet shows, camel rides, singing, folk dances, etc.
Sites to Visit in Delhi
The tourist spots of the golden triangle including all the three cities are the Red Fort which is the pride of the Mughals, India Gate, the largest war memorial of India, Rashtrapati Bhavan where the President of India lives, the Qutub Minar, the stone structure wonderfully Majestic, Jantar Mantar, the largest sundial of the world, Humayun’s tomb with many tombs in a garden, Akshardham temple to visit and have a holy experience, Chhatarpur temples which is highly inspiring and awesome, ISKCON temples to seek blessings of God, Lotus temple which is equally beautiful and sacred place to visit, Jama Masjid enjoys being the largest Indian mosque, Purana Qila is a very old fort, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara for offering prayers, Rajghat for taking a relaxed walk, Nehru Park for celebrating a picnic, etc. Even if you go to delhi one day tour package, you must remember to visit most of these places.