Golden Triangle Tour with Rajasthan 14 Days -13 Nights

duration Duration 14 Days / 13 Nights
Pickup Pickup Point Delhi
Camp Tour type Private

Book Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour for 14 Days -13 Nights

Traverse the modern metropolis of Delhi to the rustic royalty on the Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour. Experience the modern, romantic, natural, and man-made wonders and witness the diverse mix of land, language, and culture of India. From UNESCO heritage sites, and exquisite Mughal architecture to Rajasthan’s royal splendor and natural vistas. Experience the best introduction to the vast landscape of Indian Tourism, with the ‘Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour’ with Moustache Escapes.

Complimentary services from our side:

  • Traditional welcome at Delhi International Airport.
  • 1 bottle of water everyday.
  • Rickshaw ride in Bikaner.
  • 4x4 safari to discover the Bishnoi village in Jodhpur.
  • Visit a public school.
  • Tuk-Tuk ride in Jaipur’s old quarter.
  • Dance show and traditional music in the desert.
  • Demonstration of Royal Turban in Jaipur.
  • Wi-Fi in the vehicle throughout your tour.

Golden Triangle with Rajasthan tour Itinerary

Day 1:- Arrive at Delhi

Welcome to Mustache Escape’s 13 Nights 14 Days Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour and Travels. Meet our representative at the Airport, after which you will be taken to your pre-arranged accommodation. Spend the afternoon relaxing and decompressing in your hotel. Witness a lovely and informative Red Fort light and sound show later in the evening. Located in the heart of Old Delhi, the Red Fort was used as a power centre for Mughal emperors for around 200 years. After a delicious feast, spend the night at one of the great hotel in Delhi.

Day 2:- Delhi

On the second day of your Golden Triangle Rajasthan Tour, after breakfast at your hotel, set off on a Delhi City Tour. Visit the President's House and its extensive gardens and flowers known as the Mughal Gardens. Take a tour of central Delhi to visit India Gate, National Museum and Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Pay your respects at Raj Ghat, the crematorium of Mahatma Gandhi. Also, get amazed and excited while strolling through Chandni Chowk market and its street food bonanza, bustling with shopping and a flavorful food scene. Last but not least, visit Qutub Minar, the grandest brick tower in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, near the natural forest reserve of Mehrauli. Dinner will be served in a famous restaurant in the metropolis followed by an overnight stay at the hotel in Delhi city India after dinner.

Day 3:- Delhi – Agra

Day 3 starts with the drive to Agra, also stopping at the famous Emperor Akbar Tomb Sikandra along the Delhi to Agra distance of 243 Km. Check-in at the hotel in Agra upon arrival. After lunch, visit a local market in Agra to purchase local goods for your family and friends. Then take a nap and change. Visit the Taj Mahal at night, one of the obvious places to see in Agra. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, the Taj Mahal consumed the whole might and wealth of the Mughal empire. Visiting a beautiful monument at sunset is a unique experience. At sunset, the beautiful monuments look even more beautiful. Enjoy a meal at a famous Mughal restaurant before returning to one of the best hotel in Agra for the evening.

Day 4:- Agra to Jaipur Tour

After breakfast on the 4th day of your Golden Triangle with Rajasthan. Rajasthan Fort and Palaces Tour, explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the 16th century Agra Lal kila or the Agra Red Fort. Interestingly, Shah Jahan was imprisoned in the Agra Fort during the last days of his life by his son Aurangzeb. As he was accused of emptying the royal coffers to build the Taj Mahal. Later on, visit the tomb of Itimad Ud Daulah. The tomb of the deceased Daula, is known as the 'Baby Taj Mahal because of its resemblance to a minaret. You’ll eventually drive to cover the Jaipur to Agra distance of 238 Km completing the Golden Triangle itinerary, stopping along the way to Fatehpur Sikri, a city built in the 16th century. Come to Pink city and rest up for the night in your Jaipur hotel.

Day 05 – Jaipur

The sprawling metropolis with its royal grandeur hosts the capital of Rajasthan. It refers to the region's first ruling dynasty, responsible for the construction of the ancient city in 1727, also known as the "pink city" due to the distinctive colours of the buildings. Next on, visit the most famous Place in Jaipur, the Amer Fort, followed by Jaigarh Fort, where you can experience a truly royal experience, i.e. riding on an elephant. Later on, check out the iconic Hawa Mahal, a palace in Jaipur, so called because it is a large privacy screen designed to allow royal women to view celebrations in the streets without being seen from outside. After lunch, visit the famous Albert Hall Museum and the famous City Palace Jaipur with their superb architecture and relaxing energies. Top off the day with a delicious dinner in any famous eatery around the city. Get some shut-eye for the night in your hotel Jaipur.

Day 6:- Jaipur to Pushkar tour

On the 6th day of the Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour and Travel, drive the Jaipur to Pushkar distance of 147 Km to the holy city after breakfast. Famous for hosting the famous fair hosting the largest livestock and camel gathering in Asia at the “Pushkar fair”. The city is in the state of Rajasthan in northeastern India bordering the Thar Desert. It is established by the Pushkar Lake, a sacred site for Hindus with numerous stone steps called “ghats” in the local language. Visit the ghats where pilgrims bathe and sun rays gleam over the holy lake. Though there are hundreds of temples in the city, among them, visit the 14th-century Jagatopita Brahma Mandir,

dedicated to the Creator God, with its red pagoda and silver studded wall studded. On arrival at Pushkar city, check in at your hotel, then visit Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake and tour the town. At last, dinner and overnight at one of the best hotels in Pushkar city.

Day 7:- Pushkar to Udaipur tour

On the 7th day, the Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour Package proceeds towards Udaipur after a sumptuous breakfast in Pushkar. Founded by Maharana Udai Singh as the capital of the Mewar kingdom, Udaipur is known for its ornate royal palaces and natural vistas. It is built around several man-made lakes. The City Palace is a vast complex of 11 palaces, courtyards and gardens that overlook Lake Pichola known for its splendid peacock mosaics. Transfer to your hotel in Udaipur after you reach Udaipur. You have the night to yourself. Overnight stay at the hotel in Udaipur after dinner.

Day 8:- Udaipur

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel as you will go on a Udaipur City Tour. Saheliyon ki Baari is the first place you should visit in the morning. We will then take you to the Jagdish Temple before heading to the City Palace Udaipur. You will also visit Mor Chowk Udaipur, one of the local important sites. You will also visit Lake Fateh Sagar, another famous spot in the city. If you like art, then the Museum of Folk art Udaipur is a must. Watching the sunset by the lake Pichola is a soul-soothing experience in itself. Visit the nearby local market in Udaipur for vibrant handicrafts or dine at one of the area's popular rooftop restaurants. The 8th day of Golden Triangle Tour with Rajasthan concludes with an overnight stay at the stay hotel in Udaipur after dinner.

Day 9:- Udaipur – Ranakpur – Jodhpur

On the 9th day,check out from your Udaipur hotel before heading to Jodhpur, known as the Green City of India. Along the way, visit the Ranakpur Jain Temple, built in the 15th century with 80 domes supported by uniquely carved columns dating back to 1444. Upon arrival, check-in at your award-winning hostel in Jodhpur. Spend a restful night after dinner.

Day 10:- Jodhpur – Jaisalmer

Kick start your 10th day of the Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Fort and Palaces Tour with breakfast buffet. Today you will visit the Mehrangarh Fort, one of the most famous forts in India and explore local attractions in Jodhpur Blue City. Constructed under the orders of Rao Jodha in 1460, the magnificent fort rises about 420 feet above the city. Then go to Umaid Bhawan Palace and Jaswant Thada. At last, we leave for the Jodhpur to Jaisalmer tour. Upon arrival in Jaisalmer, you check in for a hotel stay in Jaisalmer and rest for the night after dinner.

Day 11:- Jaisalmer Tour

Jaisalmer served as a crucial medieval trading post in the heart of the Thar Desert. It is called the Golden City due to the golden colour of the sandstone walls and the reflected sunlight giving it golden hues. The city itself is formed around the Jaisalmer Fort Palace, a massive hilltop castle that dominates the skyline and is also the biggest living fort in the world. Meaning, some actual homes and families reside inside the fort. After breakfast, you will visit the 15th-century Jaisalmer fort (more than 80 meters above the lowlands) and the Jain temples inside the fort. Visit the Fort Palace with golden views of Jaisalmer, Patwon ki Haveli and Nat Ji Mal Ki Haveli. In the evening, drive to dunes or Kouri dunes for Camel Safari in Jaisalmer and breathtaking sunsets. After dinner, you will spend the night in the hotel to rest up for your upcoming trip to Bikaner.

Day 12:- Jaisalmer to Bikaner Tour

After breakfast, drive to Bikaner and stop along the way to see the 600-year-old Deshnoke Mouse Temple (Karni Mata Temple). On arrival, check into your booked accommodation. Then, later on, visit Tuul's Junagarh fort Bikaner, which was built in 1593 by Rajaram Singh, a general in the army of the famous Mughal emperor Akbar. The rest of the fort was improved upon by his successors. Finally, visit Lalgarh Palace and Asia's largest camel breeding research farm. Check out the local food and the world-famous Bikaneri snacks in the city’s markets. After dinner, stay in your Bikaner hotel for the night.

Day 13:- Bikaner to Mandawa tour

After breakfast on Day 13 of your Golden Triangle with Rajasthan Tour, you will drive through Rajasthan's traditional villages to Mandawa. Check into the hotel to explore the semi-desert area on the Mandawa village tour. Next up, stroll through the village streets to see 150-200 years old old houses (big houses) painted in natural colours with intricate art and opulent decorations. While admiring the havelis, you can also observe the daily life of the village which are descendants of the traders and merchants that established the town as a trading post. Later on, spend your last night with a delicious dinner, and overnight stay in the hotel as your leave for departure the following morning.

Day 14:- Mandawa – Delhi – Departure

After breakfast, end the 14-day 13-night tour package saying goodbye to the Mandawa Haveli. After having your breakfast in hotel Mandawa, drive to New Delhi International Airport to fly to your next destination.



Inclusions of Rajasthan with Golden Triangle tour

  • Hotels + Breakfast.
  • Tour escort throughout your tour.
  • English-speaking driver with Air-conditioned transport.
  • Boat ride at Pichola lake in Udaipur.
  • Camel ride with folk dance show in Jaisalmer
  • Airport transfer by private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Elephant ride to Amber Fort in Jaipur.
  • Entrance tickets to monuments.
  • Tolls and state taxes.


Exclusions of Rajasthan with Golden Triangle tour

  • Services not mentioned in the program.
  • Medical insurance and Visa fees
  • Meals that are not mentioned in inclusion.
  • The price of the camera and video.
  • Domestic or international flights.
  • Any costs associated with unfortunate events like airline cancellations, delays, fare increases, or any other conditions of a similar nature or natural disasters.
  • Personal expenses such as Calls, Laundry, Soft / Hard Drinks, Tipping, etc


FAQs :- Golden Triangle Tour with Rajasthan 

1.      What is the best time to visit India?

The winter time offers a pleasant atmosphere and relief from the extreme heat of Indian summers. Therefore, October to April is an ideal time to visit India.

2.      What to wear while travelling in India?

India has a diverse climate and weather patterns according to the regions. It is advisable to carry clothes depending on the season and your destination. It is best to consult with your travel agency or trip organisers on what to carry.

3.      What are the VISA requirements for travelling to India?

India is a sovereign republic with its own immigration system. You will need a genuine vacation visa to travel to India. Consult with the Indian Embassy in your country or discuss with your travel agent prior to visiting India.

4.     How many days for the Golden Triangle with Rajasthan 13 Night and 14 Days Tour Package?

The tour includes a total of 13 nights and 14 days to finish. You can check out the Moustache Escape for short or long tours across all of India.

5.     Can I add Jaisalmer or another destination to the tour?

Rajasthan is a treasure trove of vibrant destinations full of rich heritage. Destinations like Jaisalmer or Udaipur can be accommodated in the tour prior to consultation with a Moustache representative. You can also check out more Moustache Escapes Golden Triangle tours.

6.      Where can I enjoy the best Camel Safari?

Rajasthan is a desert province with a regal and royal heritage. Jaisalmer in particular is located in the centre of the Thar desert providing the best opportunities for a surreal camel ride.

7.      Do we need a passport to travel within India?

For International tourists, a passport is necessary for internal flights within India. Although you can travel via train, bus or private taxi without a mandatory passport requirement. It is advisable to carry your passport at all times while travelling in India.

8.      What are the must-visit places in India?

Though India is a vast country with places like coastal south India, the Himalayas and culturally rich places like the Golden Triangle Tour of Delhi, Jaipur & Agra are some of the must-visit places in India.

9.      Is the vaccine compulsory to travel by train in India?

Though the rules and regulations vary according to each state. Generally, nowadays no vaccine proof is mandatory for Indian travel by train.

10.    Is India safe and reasonable to travel to?

You will find India to be the most reasonable to travel to in terms of cost and services both. With robust infrastructure like public transport, police, healthcare, banking and various services available readily. Locals in India are helpful and hospitable; they go above and beyond to help you in any way they can.

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