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Golden Triangle with Exotic Goa (9 Nights/10 Days)

Golden Triangle with Exotic Goa

Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Goa

An incredible escapade to the Golden Triangle Tour with Goa takes you to the India's most popular cities: Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and the beach capital of India - Goa. We have infused a number of activities like a rickshaw ride in the streets of Old Delhi, a royal Tonga ride to the world-famous Taj Mahal in Agra and experience the thrill of an Elephant ride to Amer Fort in Jaipur - to make your trip to India worth every penny! Also, a sunset sojourn at the Taj Mahal in Agra that will leave you awed. Your tour ends with a visit to Goa, called the Portugal-inspired city of India since it was ruled by the Portuguese for more than 450 years. The sandy beaches, relaxed vibes, rocking nightlife and most importantly, the beautiful churches of Goa, declared as UNESCO World Heritage sites, that have deep-rooted connections with the making of Goa.

  • Visit Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, Rajghat, Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi.
  • Visit two of India's UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites: Taj Mahal and Agra Fort 
  • Explore the huge expanse of the Agra Fort and learn about its Mughal architecture 
  • Get an in-depth tour of the iconic Fatehpur Sikri
  • Excursion to the beautiful Portuguese-inspired churches, forts and sun-kissed beaches of Goa

































Upon arrival at the New Delhi you will be transferred to the hotel. Check into hotel and relax. Spend rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast, set out on a sightseeing tour of Delhi city. You’ll first go for Old Delhi sightseeing, starting with Jama Masjid, the country's largest mosque, built in 1656. The mosque's courtyard is capable of holding 25,000 devotees at once. Next, visit Old Delhi’s oldest and biggest market Chandni Chowk. Later, enjoy a rickshaw ride from Fatehpuri Masjid to the impressive red sandstone monument of Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, our driver will pick you up and drive you to Raj Ghat, the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi - Father of the Nation. Afterward, proceed to Humayun’s Tomb (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), an early example of fine Mughal architecture in India, built in 1565. Humayun's Tomb is often said to be the inspiration behind the Taj Mahal. Later, take a sightseeing tour of New Delhi and drive past Rashtrapati Bhawan (President’s House), Parliament House, and India Gate - a war memorial constructed in memory of 70,000 Indian soldiers who fought in World War I. Lastly, visit Qutub Minar (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), a soaring tower of victory. Its construction was commenced in 1193 under the supervision of Islamic ruler Qutub-ud-din-Aibak, immediately after the defeat of the last Hindu Kingdom in Delhi. The marble and red sandstone built structure is nearly 73 meters tall and tapers from a 15-meter-diameter base to just 2.5 meters at the top. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast, you will be driven towards Agra. Upon arrival in Agra, check into hotel and freshen up. The city of Agra is home to Taj Mahal - the UNESCO World Heritage Site and perhaps the world’s most photographed monument. Pay a visit to this beautiful edifice commissioned in the 17th century by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his loving wife. Then, visit the massive Agra Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), an elegant building that reflects a perfect fusion of the Hindu and Central Asian architectural styles with massive courtyards, mosques & private chambers. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast, you’ll be transferred to Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Built in the 16th century, this ancient fortified city was once the capital of the Mughal Empire. The complex includes Diwan-i-Khas building, which has a beautifully carved pillar at its centre and the Panch Mahal Palace. Upon arrival in Jaipur, check into your hotel and relax. Later, check out and explore the unending shopping options in Jaipur. As part of the tour, we will start off from the essential point of the Rajasthani craft work i.e., block making and block printing and visit some of the local stores. We will also explore some of the famous places for a variety of jewelry including chunky tribal jewelry, gold and diamond jewelry as well as colorful lac bangles. Overnight stay at hotel.

Morning after breakfast, set off for a day of exploration in Jaipur and ride to the top of the hilltop fortress - the Amber Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) on an elephant’s back. Get to know the dramatic grandeur of the fort perched on the Aravalli Hills and surrounded by fortified battlements. Then, pay a visit to the Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds, the five storied structure featuring 953 small windows called jharokhas, decorated with intricate latticework. Made using red sandstone, the towering structure resembles a honeycomb and was initially built to allow the royal ladies to peer down without being seen. Next, visit the City Palace. Built in the 18th century, the City Palace is a perfect exemplar of the Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles and fortified walls, built for protection from invading armies. Also, visit the Jantar Mantar Observatory (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), an astronomy site which was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur in the 18th century with 13 architectural astronomy instruments. Overnight stay at hotel.

Post breakfast, check-out for Jaipur International Airport to board your flight to Goa. Goa: Goa is a much-loved tourist destination located on the banks of Arabian Sea. It is a tropical beauty that attracts a huge number of tourists from around the world. The vibrant beaches, rocking nightlife, beautiful churches, authentic seafood, beach-side forts and the bustling bazaars in Goa is something that is definitely worth exploring! On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel in Goa.

After breakfast, for Goa sightseeing tour begins with visit to the Basilica of Bom Jesus dedicated to "Bom Jesus" meaning “infant Jesus”. This is about 400-years old UNESCO site that stands unique from other churches with its un-plastered exterior. Built in the year 1594, it is one of the magnificent examples of Baroque architecture. Next, visit the Se Cathedral Church dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria. It is a beautiful edifice graced with superb Iberian façades, intricate mosaic work and carvings. It is renowned for its biggest Church Bell in Goa. Close to Se Cathedral is the Museum of Christian Art that carries a good collection of priest robes, archaic, wine cups (chalices), gorgeous paintings and statues. Later, head to the Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception that has the 2nd largest church bell in Goa after Se Cathedral. This church, built in 1541, is dedicated to Mary Immaculate. Later, visit the Aguada Fort. Here you can witness the confluence of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. This 17th century Portuguese-styled fort is named after a fresh water spring that supplied water to the Aguada Fort - wherein “Agua” is a Portuguese word that means water and “Aguada” means where the water gets collected. Over the years, it lures its visitors with scenic landscapes, spectacular sea views and awe-inspiring historic tales. Spend time clicking photographs here.

Drive past Sinquerim Beach, Candolim Beach and Calangute Beach. Visit the Church of Mae de Deus in Saligao, Goa. This pristine white-painted Church built in 1873 is one of the finest examples of Neo-Gothic style of architecture. It is a stunningly distinctive church dedicated to Nossa Senhora Mai de deus (Mother of God). Drive past Baga and Anjuna beach. Visit the Vagator Beach and close to it, is the 17th century Chapora Fort overlooking the Chapora River. It is known for its mesmerizing sunset views in the evening. Overnight stay at hotel in Goa.

Breakfast at hotel. Day free a leisure (No Transport services). Overnight stay at hotel in Goa.

Breakfast at hotel. Day free at leisure (No Transport services). Overnight stay at the hotel in Goa.

After breakfast, our company representative will transfer you to Goa Airport to board your flight back home.

Package Cost

Starting from (Twin Sharing Basis):

3 star hotels:  EUR 1020 per person
4 star hotels: 
 EUR 1190 per person
5 star hotels: 
 EUR 1360 per person


  • 3 Star:  • Delhi - Taj Princess • Agra - Atulya Taj • Jaipur - Surya Villa • Goa- Calangute Tower
  • 4 Star: • Delhi - Leela Ambience • Agra - Prime Plaza • Jaipur - Four Points By Sheraton • Goa- Golden ulip
  • 5 Star: • Delhi - The Claridges • Agra - ITC Mughal • Jaipur - ITC Rajputana • Goa- Double Tree

“Similar/Suggestive Hotels will be provided in case of unavailability.”

Package Inclusions

  • 9 Nights at the hotels mentioned here or similar.
  • Arrival and departure assistance by GeTS Holidays Representative.
  • Daily Breakfast at all the Hotels/Resorts.
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Rickshaw ride in old Delhi.
  • Elephant ride in Amber Fort in Jaipur.
  • Daily 01 bottle of mineral water on board.
  • All transfers & Sightseeing as per the itinerary by Private vehicle.
  • All applicable taxes.

Package Exclusions

  • International or Domestic Airfare
  • Entrance Fees to Monuments/Sightseeing Places
  • Tips to Drivers & Guides
  • Optional Tours/Activities
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any other services which are not mentioned in Inclusions

Add on Experiences

  • Delhi – Food walk, Yoga, Akshardham temple fountain show, ayurvedic massage
  • Agra – Mohabbat-e-Taj Show, Yoga, Food Walk, Cycle Ride
  • Jaipur – Cooking class, Food walk, Yoga, Chokhi Dhani, Dye It Yourself (DIY) workshop, Amer Fort – light & sound show
  • Goa – Dudhsagar waterfalls with spice plantation tour / Crocodile watching with spice plantation

*If you have any interest in the above experiences, please let us know for detailed information on the same.



Note :Packages are calculated on special low fares and are subject to availability

Packages can be change to your preferable dates.

10 September 2019

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