Magnificent forts and palaces, timeless temples, mighty mountain ranges and protected national parks offering an abundance of wildlife are waiting to be discovered. Explore tribal villages and the golden sand dunes of the Thar Desert, enjoy the rich cultural heritage, delectable cuisines and experience the warmest of welcomes on one of the exciting North India and Golden Triangle Tours. If you would like to visit places such as Shimla and Amritsar this can easily be arranged either as an extension to your Golden Triangle tour or as the main focus of your holiday.
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Discover the iconic sights of the India Golden Triangle from bustling Delhi, to the World Heritage Sites of the Agra Fort and Taj Mahal followed by Jaipur's majestic Amer Fort.
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Experience vibrant Delhi, the World Heritage Sites of Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal, along with the stunning Amer (Amber) Fort in Jaipur.
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Experience the splendour of the Golden Triangle and the beautiful city of Udaipur, staying in style at luxurious Oberoi Hotels
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Explore the Golden Triangle of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, enjoy tiger spotting and experience tribal life on route to Jodhpur and Udaipur.
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Go on safari in Ranthambhore, Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench National Parks, and explore temples in Orchha and the Taj Mahal in Agra.
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Visit the famous Golden Triangle destinations, venture into Jaisalmer & the Thar desert and explore the majestic cities of Jodhpur and Udaipur.
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Head north to glorious Amritsar and take the toy train to Shimla, before exploring the delights of the Golden Triangle.
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This North Indian adventure includes the famous Golden Triangle, the majestic cities of Udaipur and Jodphur as well as the fascinating sacred city of Varanasi.
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Venture into the Himalayas and explore beautiful monasteries, admire panoramic views, and relax next to magical lakes on this fantastic tour of the Ladakh region.
Magical Agra is an unmissable destination on any tour to North India. Home to the world-famous Taj Mahal, the impressive sandstone Agra Fort and the ethereal ruins of the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri, it’s a must for lovers of architecture, culture, history and photography.
Busy, bustling and brimming with history, India’s capital city will leave a lasting impression. This city within cities is one of the three Golden Triangle destinations, and as a shopper’s paradise, history lover’s haven and foodie’s utopia, the delights of Delhi will appeal to everyone.
Named the ‘Pink City’ due to its pink-hued buildings, Jaipur is a melting pot of hubbub and history. Meander through markets or pass camel carts on your way to visit the Amer Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), the imposing City Palace and the world’s largest stone sundial at Jantar Mantar.
There's lots on offer in beautiful Bandhavgarh, from spotting Royal Bengal Tigers in all their majesty at Bandhavgarh National Park, visiting Bandhavgarh Fort, seeking blessings at Jwalamukhi Temple or bartering in the market.
Jaisalmer is an enchanting destination set in the heart of the Thar Desert, a former medieval trading centre nicknamed the Golden City due to its yellow sandstone architecture. Visit the Fort, Gadisar Lake, intricately carved Haveli and Jain temples or simply watch the sun set against the desert backdrop.
Nicknamed the ‘City of Lakes’, Udaipur is home to the beautiful Lake Pichola, inspiration for Rudyard Kipling, and the magnificent Jagdish Temple. With forts, temples, palaces, galleries and green spaces to explore, you’ll be enthralled by this decadent destination that you might recognise from the James Bond film Octopussy.
Bharatpur is home to the 18th-century Lohagarh Fort, the Ganga Mandir and Laxman Mandir temples with their carved statues of Hindu gods, and the amazing Keoladeo National Park - a major bird sanctuary with hundreds of species of our feathered friends.
Known as the Blue City due to its azure and cobalt-hued houses, Jodhpur is a popular destination offering number of forts, palaces and temples, along with shopping bazaars and delicious culinary delights. Don’t miss the chance to visit the impressive Mehrangarh Fort with its impressive courtyards and intricate carvings, or the peaceful Jawant Thada cenotaph with its gazebos, gardens and lake.
Khajuraho is the perfect destination to get your fix of culture and wildlife. Grab your binoculars and go tiger spotting in Panna National Park, visit the impressive Pandav Falls, or the incredible Western Group of Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage site famed for its erotic sculptures.
The medieval city of Bikaner is home to the 16th-century Junagarh Fort, an enormous complex of ornate halls and buildings, and the Bhandasar Temple with its beautiful paintings and yellow stone carvings. Bikaner is also well known for the international camel breeding farm.
Mandawa is referred to as an 'open art gallery', thanks to its array of exquisitely painted havelis (mansions). It is also home to the Fort of Mandawa, now a heritage hotel, containing medieval frescoes, carvings and paintings.
Pench is famous for its beautiful National Park, inspiration for Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book. This haven is home to tigers, lions and snow leopards, amongst many other creatures great and small.
An amazing sanctuary for all creatures great and small, Ranthambore National Park is a paradise for wildlife lovers and photographers. Here you’ll get the chance to spot the park’s famous diurnal tigers, along with blue bulls, chinkaras (Indian gazelles), crocodiles, hyena, leopards, sambar, spotted deer and tortoises. There are also 272 species of birds and almost 300 species of vegetation.
Located in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab, the centrepiece of any visit to Amristar is the magnificent Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) the holiest gurdwara (religious complex) of the Sikh religion. Amritsar was founded in 1577 by the fourth Sikh guru Ram Das and offers a beautiful blend of old and new, tradition and culture combined with the amenities of a modern city.
Located on the River Ganges, Varanasi is a place of great religious significance, believed to be the location where Buddha founded Buddhism in 528 BC when he gave his first sermon, The Setting in Motion of the Wheel of Dharma. Many Hindus believe that dying here and being cremated along the river banks breaks the cycle of rebirth and achieves salvation.
The capital city of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is home to a variety of temples and churches, and its gravity-defying Kalka-Shimla railway which has earned UNESCO World Heritage Site status. Shimla also offers amazing views of the Himalayas and the largest natural ice skating rink in South Asia.
The capital of Telangana, Hyderabad is a technology hub and home to numerous upscale shops and restaurants. There's still plenty of old world culture, including the Golconda Fort, previously a diamond-trading center, and Charminar, a 16th-century mosque with 4 towering minarets.
Rohat is where you'll find a variety of wonderful birds and a traditional and eco-friendly way of life. Explore the beautiful village of Rohat and visit the impressive Rohetgarh Fort.