India is a vast country full of history, culture, and natural beauty. With so much to see and experience, it can be overwhelming to plan a trip there. That’s where the Golden Triangle Tour with Vibrant Mumbai comes in. This tour is the perfect way to discover some of the best of India in just a few weeks. The Golden Triangle Tour With Mumbai includes visits to Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, which are collectively known as the Golden Triangle. These three cities are renowned for their rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. In addition to the Golden Triangle, the tour also includes a visit to Mumbai, the bustling financial capital of India. With its iconic landmarks, bustling streets, and colorful markets, Mumbai is a city like no other.


  • Private Tour

  • Transport by private, air-conditioned car

  • Daily hotel breakfast (If tour booked with option including hotels)

  • Hotel or airport pick-up and drop-off

  • Entrance fees to Monuments

  • Gratuities (optional)

  • Lunch and Dinner

  • Tips to Guide and Driver

Tour Plan

Tour Details

Day 1 Arriving in Delhi

Your pickup will be arranged from any hotel in New Delhi or New Delhi Airport, Indira Gandhi International Airport, railway station, or any location you choose. A member of our staff will meet and welcome you when you land at Delhi International Airport and drive you to the hotel. Delhi is a city that has served as a perfect depiction of India's illustrious past and prosperous present. Its stunning fusion of various nationalities, diverse cultures, and customs, as well as the legacy of the past and its contemporary lifestyle, has never failed to astound visitors. Your day is free for leisure.

Days 02: Old and New Delhi Sightseeing

After your breakfast in the morning, continue on a sightseeing trip to Delhi, starting with a stop at Jama Masjid, India's biggest mosque. Next, we will visit Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi's oldest and largest market. Later, proceed to Fatehpuri Masjid by foot and take a rickshaw to Red Fort. Our driver will meet you here and take you past Red Fort, a historical fort in Delhi that dates back to the 17th century, to Rajghat, a monument where Mahatma Gandhi was buried. On one side of this monument, an eternal flame is burning. Get a tour of India's first garden-style tomb, the Humayun Tomb. The four garden squares with water passageways encircling the tomb are the primary attraction of this tomb, which was modeled after Persian architecture. Travel through the President of India's official residence Rashtrapati Bhawan, and the World War I memorial, India Gate. Visit Qutub Minar, which Qutab-ud-din Aibak constructed in 1193 to symbolize the start of Muslim rule in India.

Days 03: Delhi-Agra

Morning breakfast at hotel then you'll travel to Agra. Agra is a stunning city on the Yamuna River that rose to fame as the Mughal Empire's capital from 1526 to 1628. As a result of its numerous magnificent Mughal-era structures, especially the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri, which are all UNESCO World Heritage sites, it is still a preferred tourism destination. When you get to Agra, check into your hotel. Take some rest then sightseeing at Agra Fort, which resembles Delhi's breathtaking Red Fort. Explore the Sheesh Mahal, also known as the Palace of Mirrors, the Diwan-i-Khas, and the Diwan-i-Aam while you are here. (Hall of Private Audience). A must-visit to the Taj Mahal, the most abundant illustration of dedication, love, and purity ever, will be your destination later that night on a royal Tonga trip. The total time taken to build it was 22 years. It is a monument made of ivory-white marble where the mortal remains of Mughal Emperor Shahjahan (who constructed the Taj Mahal) and his wife are interred. (Mumtaz). A fascinating fact about this magnificent building is that it changes from milky white in the evening to pinkish in the morning. Sunset views over this famous structure are genuinely breathtaking. Highlights : Overnight stay at hotel Agra

Day 4 Agra to Jaipur (239 kms / 4 hrs 29 mins) En route Fatehpuri Sikri

After having a healthy breakfast check out from the hotel and then travel to Jaipur, also known as the Pink City of India. Explore the Mughal Empire's abandoned capital, Fatehpur Sikri, on the route. The Buland Darwaza, Dargah of Sheikh Salim Chisti, and Panch Mahal are just a few of the city's spectacular Mughal-era structures. Before moving on, you have time to tour Fatehpur Sikri's nooks and crannies. Onward drive to Jaipur. On arrival check in at hotel. Due to the widespread application of pink sandstone in the city's buildings, Jaipur is called the "Pink City of India." Its landmarks feature a variety of designs of architecture, and its bustling bazaars are well-known for their traditional jewelry and handicrafts. This city's atmosphere is eloquent in describing the affluent way of life of the Rajput Kings. Highlights : Overnight stay at hotel in Jaipur

Day 05: Jaipur Sightseeing

After breakfast, go and explore Jaipur. Visit the Amer Fort from the 16th century, which features erstwhile private rooms for the King and royal Rajput women and private halls and pavilions. This fort's image as it hits Maota Lake is incredibly beautiful. Enjoy a trip on an elephant here. Discover the City Palace, which includes previous private and public chambers, silverware, courtyards, gateways, the king's private apartments, and much more. Continue on to Jantar Mantar later. The Samrat Yantra, the biggest sundial in the world, is located in this astronomical observatory. Explore the Hawa Mahal, a five-story palace constructed in 1799 under Rajput authority. It is renowned for having 953 windows with elaborate designs and beautiful latticework. Later, you have the afternoon free to explore the renowned markets for gems, carpets, textiles, and artisans. The best location for memento shopping is in Jaipur. Highlights : Overnight stay at hotel in Jaipur

Day 6 Jaipur to Mumbai (by flight approx 01 hr 55 mins)

Have your morning meal in the hotel. You will be transferred to the airport later to catch your flight to Mumbai. Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is a coastal metropolis on the Arabian Sea. It is a thriving town that draws visitors to its beautiful historic Elephanta caves, beaches, bustling markets, delectable street food, and much more. Moreover, it is the center of India's entertainment sector thanks to Bollywood. When you arrive in Mumbai, you'll be met by one of our agents, who will help you get to the hotel and settle in. You have a free evening for a night stay in a Mumbai hotel.

Day 07: Mumbai Sightseeing

Begin your sightseeing trip to Mumbai after having your morning meal. Visit the Elephanta Caves on Elephanta Island. To visit the Elephanta Caves, which were constructed between the fifth and eighth centuries, take a boat from the entrance of India. A group of rock-cut cave temples once stood in these caverns. The centerpiece of this cave sanctuary is a towering Trimurti that stands 20 feet tall and depicts Lord Shiva in all three of his personas: Creator, Protector, and Destroyer. Return to the Gateway of India by boat. Spend some time taking pictures at Mumbai's most famous monument, the Gateway of India. It was constructed in 1924 as a tribute to King George V and Queen Mary's 1911 trip to India. Next on the list is the Prince of Wales Museum, constructed in the early 20th century and known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya. This museum's remarkable Mughal white dome sits atop a mix of Indo-Saracenic and other architectural styles. It is rumored to contain artifacts from the Indus Valley culture and about 2,000 miniature paintings. Get a Tour of the Hanging Gardens, which were built in the Malabar Hills in 1880, later. A magnificent view of the Arabian Sea enhances the grandeur of the natural setting. The focal point of this place is an eye-catching floral clock. Finish your sightseeing journey in Mumbai with a trip to Marine Drive in the evening. (Queens Necklace). It spans the Arabian Sea's coastline and is Mumbai's beating heart and spirit. It is known as Queen's chain because, at night, it is illuminated by lights and appears glittering. Highlights : Overnight stay at hotel in Mumbai

Day-8 Leaving Mumbai

After completing the tour of the Golden Triangle with Mumbai, our company agent will transfer you to the Mumbai International Airport following the morning breakfast. so that you can board the flight to your following journey. Here your trip to the Golden Triangle with Mumbai comes to an end. Your drop-off will be arranged at any Mumbai hotel, Mumbai International Airport, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Western Express Hwy, railway station, or any location you choose.

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