India presents a confluence of romantic tales from ancient times, a rich historical legacy and a composite cultural lineage. Every ruling civilization has left behind their own heritage in the form of language, arts, myths and legends and architectural wonders. The Golden Triangle tours takes you through the mystique of India as you have never seen before, through the long-lost lanes of these ancient corridors of history. Facilitating an impeccably planned tour itinerary, it cover the most important vertices of ancient Indian history in Northern India within a comfortable, luxurious trip. This program takes the tourists through the three most important cities in North-India – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, all erstwhile (or present) capitals of proud, glorious empires.
The first stop is Delhi, the present capital of India and one of its most burgeoning and advancing Metropolises. Delhi represents a harmonious co-existence of modern urban planning and improvisation, and ancient cultures and heritage. Delhi was the erstwhile seat of the Mughal Dynasty, and signs of that mighty empire are alive and thriving even today. Every year, thousands of tourists from all over the world flock to Delhi to visit the monuments like Red Fort, the Jama Masjid and the Iron Pillar among many others. Delhi also has scores of International Hotels and resorts where tourists can get excellent food and sleep at comfortable facilities.
The next stop is Agra, one of the most significant cities of the Mughal Dynasty. Agra is a costly visit, but the most important aspect of this city is the magnificent Taj Mahal. This world heritage site is a marvel of modern architectural advances, and it attracts tourists from all over the world to explore its attractions. Moreover, Taj Mahal is a canvas for different cultures and reinvents another chapter of the ancient golden mashed. For example, India has Mumtaz Mahal(Maidan) in Agra, which is a fascinating example of Mughal architecture, and forts and buildings of Rajasthan are displayed in impressive ways in Taj Mahal.
The last stop on the Golden Triangle Tours is the city of Jaipur. The suggested visit time for Jaipur is between the end of June and early July, which is golden time to visit the capital of Rajasthan – and it is also the golden time to visit the city. During the golden time of summers, many hotels and resorts have their gardens and open air pavilions decked with flowers to welcome the tourists. The Rajasthan Resorts are decked with happening bars and resorts, so that the tourists can have complete promenades of shopping and fun. Most of these Rajasthan resorts have umbrella restaurants where the food and drinks are nothing short of magnetizing. The resorts also have private beaches and large swimming pools to accommodate both city folk and tourists.
Although the golden sands of these resorts are covered in 24-35-framed metric and the surroundings of these resorts are designed in Indo-Portuguese style, yet the spirit of Rajasthan is definitely the dominant atmosphere of these resorts. Even though the design of these modern resorts areaggering and eye catching, yet you can feel that you are in the palm of the Indian hospitality. One such example is the Comforts of Delhi resort. The guests at this hotel can spend their nights in the exotic land of Rajasthan in the best possible accommodations. These details and more such attractions are available through the Internet, and you can book a package with a number of other attractions, including wildlife and camel safari in the wild.
It is a good idea to carry a detailed map of the place instead of relying on the guide’s word. Ranthambore National Park is the home of Gaur in Samode, and Kaziranga is the home of the proudest and the most durable wild tigers. It is good to see the tiger trail in this national park. From here on, the tourists can see dotting grasslands, reaching the valleys filled with Himalayan Rivers and lush green plantations. The once lonely, hidden valleys are now teeming and captivating. The vibrant Zambezi River is also located in this national park. The unique habitats and freshness of the vegetation jet stream in the winter months of November and December, preferred by the elephant, make it the largest waterway in Africa. Large tiger lagoons andagara narrow valleys are the result of tumbling watersEmerald Mountain Range and paved Tanzania. Another unusual attraction is the Devil’s Gorge – a 1280 meter verticalence where one can see the impossible landscape of Africa. It is well worth the photographic safari to capture the spirit of this land. The 2006 book written by Peter ommelus contains eleven Onesie points that make it one of the most respectful descriptions of this continent.