There are many reasons why travellers visit India. Some come here to discover the sights of the country like hill stations, beaches, deserts, wildlife, etc. There are others who come to find themselves in the company of Yoga, Ayurveda and spirituality. The country has something for all, which makes it a versatile travel destination. The multifaceted aspect of the country presents the scenic and cultural wonders in front of travellers. It also enhances the tourism potentials of this incredible India. Due to the availability of many cultural and historical wonders, India is visited by thousands of foreign tourists come here every year. Such travellers come here only to fulfill their travel expectations and spend their vacations in this country.

Out of many travel attractions, one reason why numerous tourists visit incredible India is to witness the tremendous share of its heritage. Blessed with an incredible wealth of historical heritage, India is a rich destination replete with many wonders. Heritage is scattered in the country in the form of monuments, forts, palaces, tombs, temples, etc. Such is the abundance of history that it has now become essential to explore the nation through its golden routes. These special trails are designed in a way to bring out the best-kept heritage of the country for the seasoned travellers.

One such special heritage tour is the golden triangle tour of north India. Trailing through the iconic Indian cities, i.e. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, the route forms the vertex of Indian history. Delhi, the oldest continuing city of the country is the repository of history. Many powers asserted their influence and fought many battles to rule in Delhi. All wanted to make Delhi their capital, owing to its centric location and proximity with the fertile plains of the nation. It was first made capital under the Pandavas rule as Indraprastha. Later, the city caught the fancy of Sultanate and Mughals. Even British colonists could not resist the charm of Delhi and established it as a symbol of modern India. Such is the commanding persona of this current capital of the nation that makes it one of the most preferred cities to arrive in India. Apart from its legendary past, the city is also known for its impeccable share of monuments as well. Three of the renowned world heritage sites, i.e. Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb and Red Fort illustrate Delhi with its old world charm.

The next destination en route, Agra is synonymous to the Taj Mahal. The sublime wonder of the world, Taj Mahal is the epitome of grace and eternal love. The monument is famous worldwide as the icon of India for its refined architecture and grandeur. Tourists mainly equate Agra with Taj Mahal and wish to see the eternal monument once in a lifetime. However, there is more to the city than just Taj. It also has other classic Mughal monuments of equal splendour. The entire Mughal heritage here is a result of firm hold of Mughal rule that lasted for five generations. During this time, the city was graced with the presence of Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Itmad ud Daulah, etc. The trip to Agra offers an opportunity to discover the best-kept facets of the city in the most impressive way.

The third leg of the golden triangle trip rests in the capital of royal Rajasthan, i.e. Jaipur. Famous as ‘pink city’, Jaipur elegantly represents the bastion of forts, palaces, observatories and rich architectural heritage. Also, the city has two world heritage sites, namely Amber Fort and Jantar Mantar Observatory that bring out the best heritage quotient during its sightseeing.

After exploring the golden triangle trip of north, mostly all travellers fill their hearts and minds with amazement for the wholesome heritage, architecture and excellent monuments on offer. The Amazing Golden Triangle Tour India is an unabridged attempt to bring out the best of three iconic cities in the country. In short, the seven day journey brings out India at its iconic best.