Golden Triangle Tour with Kathmandu 09 Nights / 10 Days

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Tour Details

Delhi (01 Nights) – Agra (02 Nights) – Jaipur (02 Nights) – Delhi (01 Night)-Kathmandu (03 Nights)

Tour’s Highlights: –

  • Cycle Rickshaw ride in Old Delhi to explore narrow lane and local market.
  • Visit Spice market of Old Delhi.
  • Visit of Magnificent Taj Mahal – The monument of Love
  • Elephant ride at Amber Fort, Jaipur


Upon arrival, you will be meeting with our representative at outside the airport and transferred to the
Hotel our representative will be holding placard of “Concord Exotic Voyages” with the guest’s name at exit gate inside the airport Lounge

DELHI, the capital of India, is home to 16 million people, making it the third largest city in India. The strategic location of the city made it an attractive location for invading armies, and it served as the capital for many great empires that ruled India. Many of these Empires built significant monuments, and whilst the Mughal and the British are the most visible, while driving through the city you will see ruins from previous capitals, the earliest dating back to the 12th century.

Upon arrival, Check into the hotel
Overnight at Hotel in Delhi

Day 2DELHI/JAIPUR – Drive (260 Kms/06 Hrs.)

Breakfast at the hotel after breakfast; proceed to full day city tour of Old Delhi visiting Jama Mosque, Raj ghat and drive past Red fort with Russian speaking escort cum guide.
The tour will begin with a visit to Raj Ghat, a simple memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. He is also famously known as the “father of the nation”.
Continue your tour to Jama Masjid by bicycle rickshaws, one of Asia’s largest mosques. People stream in and out of the mosque continuously and the presence of a nearby bazaar means that the area is rarely quiet. Enjoy the rickshaw ride at Old Delhi peddling through the narrow by lanes of Chandani Chowk
After noon sightseeing of New Delhi including Qutub Minar, and drive past India Gate, the parliament buildings and drive past Presidential house
Qutub Minar, the tallest stone tower in India. Qutub-Minar in red and buff sandstone is the highest tower in India. It has a diameter of 14.32 m at the base and about 2.75 m on the top with a height of
72.5m. Qutbu’d-Din Aibak laid the foundation of Minar in AD 1199 for the use of the mu’azzin (crier) to give calls for prayer and raised the first floor, to which were added three more floors by his successor and
Son-in-law, Shamsu’d-Din Iltutmish (AD 1211-36) All the storeys are surrounded by a projected balcony encircling the Minar and supported by stone brackets, which are decorated with honeycomb design, more conspicuously in the first.

Later drive to Jaipur

Upon arrival transfer to hotel

Overnight at Hotel in Jaipur

Jaipur- A labyrinth of fascinating bazaars, opulent palaces and a futuristic observatory, Jaipur was the inspiration of the ruler Sawai Jai Singh, who moved the capital from Amber in 1727. Jaipur was designed by a young architect from Bengal and together they planned a city along the ancient Hindu treatise of “Shilpa Shastra”, a science similar to the better-known Feng Shui. Jaipur is laid out in a geometric grid of streets and squares making it one of the earliest planned cities in India. In honor of the visit of the Prince Edward, then the Prince of Wales, the City was painted in rich terracotta, a tradition which has continued through the years. This is the reason why Jaipur is often called the “pink city”. Today it serves as the State capital for Rajasthan


Breakfast at the hotel
After breakfast at the hotel start a sightseeing tour of Jaipur.
Full day sightseeing of Jaipur visiting Amber fort, City palace, Observatory and Windsor palace

You will also be experiencing Elephant ride while ascending the Amer fort.
(Elephant ride is subject to availability failing Jeep ride will be provided)
Amer Fort Palace – Amer is the classic romantic Rajasthan fort palace. Its construction was started by Man Singh I in 1592, and completed by his descendent Jai Singh I. Its forbidding exterior belies an inner paradise where a beautiful fusion of Mughal and Hindu styles finds its ultimate expression.

City Palace – A delightful blend of Mughal and traditional Rajasthani architecture, the City Palace sprawls over one-seventh of the area in the walled city. It houses the Chandra Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the City Palace Museum.

Jantar Mantar or Observatory – This is the largest and the best preserved of the five observatories built by Jai Singh II in different parts of the country. This observatory consisting of outsized astronomical instruments is still in use.

Hawa Mahal or Windsor Palace – The ornamental facade of this “Palace of Winds” is a prominent landmark in Jaipur. It is a five-storied structure of sandstone plastered pink encrusted with fine
Trelliswork and elaborate balconies the palace has 953 niches and windows. Built in 1799 by Pratap Singh, the Mahal was a royal grandstand for the palace women.

Overnight at Hotel in Jaipur

Day 4JAIPUR / FATEHPUR / AGRA – DRIVE (240Kms/05Hrs)

Breakfast at the hotel
After breakfast drive to Agra en-route visit en-route we will visit Fatehpur Sikri (Ghost Capital), the political capital of India’s Mughal Empire under Akbar’s reign, from the year 1571 until 1585, when it was abandoned, ostensibly due to lack of water. Visit Emperor Akbar’s Residential complex, Mosque & Tomb of Salim Chisti, further we continue our drive to Agra, beautifully situated on the banks of river Yamuna. It achieved prominence as the capital of the Mughal Emperors from 1526 to 1628, remains major tourist destination because of its many splendid Mughal-era monuments,
Agra – This was the seat of the mighty Mughal Empire before it shifted its capital to Delhi, and it is home to some of their most inspired architectural creations including the Taj Mahal. In the 16th and 17th century, the Mughal Courts were at their most powerful, and were great patron of the arts, and Agra attracted artisans, poets and musicians from across India as well as Persia and Central Asia, transforming Agra into a cultural and architectural paradise


Early morning visit sunrise Taj Mahal- a monuments symbol of love
Taj Mahal- Little needs to be said about this architectural wonder which is always the soul raison-de-etre for every tourist’s visit to Agra. Built by Shah Jahan, the Taj is a white marble memorial to his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal. This monument took 22 years to be completed and was designed, and planned by Persian architect Ustad Isa. Apart from its stunning design balance and perfect symmetry, the Taj is also noted particularly for its elegant domes, intricately vehicleved screens and some of the best inlay work ever seen (Taj Mahal Closed on Friday)
After breakfast Full day city tour of Agra
After noon visit Agra Fort – The red sandstone structure is surrounded by chahar-bagh, a four-square formal garden. Built by the famed Mughal emperor Akbar in 1565 AD, the fort is predominantly of red sandstone. Ensconced within is the picture-perfect Pearl Mosque, which is a major tourist attraction. It lies on the bend of the river Yamuna, almost in the heart of the town. Akbar built it as his citadel over the years 1563-73 in the finest architectural style. It has imposing gates and walls of red sandstone and a moat
Overnight at Hotel in Agra

Day 6AGRA/ DELHI– DRIVE (200Kms/05Hrs)

Breakfast at the hotel
Breakfast at the hotel later we drive back to Delhi
Upon arrival transfer to Hotel
Overnight at Hotel in Delhi


Breakfast at the hotel
Hotel Check out 1200hrs
In time transfer international airport to board the flight for Kathmandu.

The Katmandu Valley, the political, commercial and cultural hub of Nepal, is the first for the majority of visitors to Nepal. Once a separate kingdom, it contains three fabled cities – Katmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Each is an artistic exposition of graceful temples, elegant palaces, brick paved courtyards and quaint streets. There are seven UNESCO World Heritage sites in the valley.

Upon arrival you will be met by OUR representative at the airport. After meet and greet with Garland at the airport, you will be transferred to your Hotel.
Arrival at Hotel check in at the Hotel

Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu


Breakfast at the hotel
Proceed for a full day visit of F/D Sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur City, Swyambhunath & Kathmandu City
Patan, the second-largest city in the valley, lies just across the Bagmati River from Kathmandu, but it’s a much quieter and less frenetic place to visit. The city is justly proud of its temples and artisans and it is their handiwork that provides the focus of the stunning Durbar Square – choc-a-block with the largest display of Newari architecture in Nepal. It includes the Royal Palace, which contains a richly decorated bathtub, and the two-tiered brick Jagannarayan Temple.

Look up to the roof struts to see carvings of figures engaged in quite athletic acts of intercourse. A few minutes’ walk north of the square is the Golden Temple, a Buddhist monastery guarded by sacred tortoises that potter around the courtyard; and the Kumbeshawar, reputedly the oldest (1392) temple in Patan. South of the square is an area of charming streets lined with metal smiths and Brassware shops. Paten’s other attractions are flung further. Among them is a collection of four stupas, thought to have been built over 2500 years ago, and Nepal’s only zoo, which features a reasonable assortment of rhinos, tigers, leopards and bird life. Palm readers gather in the park outside – they may be able to point out which animal you’ll be reincarnated as.

Situated at an altitude of 1,401m, Bhaktapur covers an area of four square miles. Bhaktapur or the city of Devotees still retains a medieval charm and visitors to this ancient town are treated to myriad wonders of cultural and artistic achievements. The past glory of the Malla rulers continues to be reflected at the Durbar Square. Pottery and weaving are its traditional industries. Bhaktapur is famous for woodcarving, the Bhadgaolen topi (cap) and curd. The city lies about 14 km east of Kathmandu.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square where the Kings of the Malla dynasty lived till 1769 and has left some of the finest examples of the architectural excellence. Literally known as the “City of Devotees” renowned for its elegant art, fabulous culture, Colorful festivals, traditional dances and the typical Newari lifestyle. Here explore the Royal Palace, the Golden Gate, and the entrance to the Palace of 55 Windows, known as the most significant piece of art in Nepal. Then visit the highest temple in the entire Kathmandu Valley- the Nyatapola Temple.
Walking around the square you can find the centuries old pagoda styled construction like the Nyatapolo and Datta-Traya Temples Sight.

Afternoon Swyambhunath, one of world’s most glorious, ancient, enigmatic and the holiest of Buddhist Chaityas, and believed to date back more than 2000 years is situated on a hillock. Swyambhunath literally means “the Self-Created or Existent” and is a mosaic of small stupas and pagoda temples. The main features of Swyambhunath in brief are “The Five Buddhas”, “Vasupur and Amitabha”, “Gilded Vajra”, Harati and Sitala Mandir”, “Shantipur and Nagapur”.

Later visit the 17th Century Durbar complex and Hanuman Dhoka, temple of living goddess, Narayan Mandir, Maiju Dewal, and Kasthmandap a wooden temple built from a single tree, Shiva Paravati temple, great Bell and Drum, Seto Bhairav, Kal Bhairav and Taleju Temple, Makhan Tole, Indra Chowk, and Ason tole to experience the life style of local people and Architectural.

After the visit proceed to Rickshaw ride
Riding a rickshaw is one of the more interesting and good way of getting around in the cities. Rickshaw rides are safe and environmentally friendly way for locals and visitors alike to enjoy. The tour begins from Durbar Square which takes you through the local Bazars of SEPu – Indra Chowk – Ason – Jyatha Thamel. It gives you a chance to glance at the colorful streets of the place. A rickshaw ride from Kathmandu city to Thamel is very exciting and brings you face to face with wonderfully laid out shops and Markets.
Dinner at the hotel/local restaurant.

Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu


Breakfast at the hotel
After breakfast Sightseeing Boudhanath Pashupanath & Patan City
After breakfast board the vehicle to enjoy the sightseeing tour of Boudhanath Stupa, the 2500 years old Buddhist Stupa in the Valley built in 5th century with four pairs of eyes of Lord Buddha in four cardinal directions keeping an eternal watch over the people and their doings. You will find Buddhist pilgrims from Tibet going around the Stupa spinning the prayer wheels.

Pashupanath: One of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the world, Pashupanath lies 5 km east from the city center. The richly-ornamented pagoda houses the sacred Linga, or phallic symbol, of Lord Shiva as well as the noteworthy gold-plated roofs and silver coated doors. This is the abode of God Shiva and is the holiest of all the Shiva shrines.
Afternoon sightseeing tour of the ancient Patan City, this ancient city of Patan also known as Lalitpur or the city of fine arts is about 10 miles southeast of Kathmandu. The city is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. The major tourist attractions of Patan are:
Durbar Square: Patan Durbar Square situated in the heart of the city constitutes the focus of visitor’s attraction; the square is full of ancient palaces, temples and shrines noted for their exquisite carvings. The Patan Durbar consists of three main chowks or courtyards, the central Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk and Keshav Chowk. The Sundari Chowk holds in its center a masterpiece of stone architecture, the Royal Bath called Tushahity.
Krishna Mandir: Built in the seventeenth century, the temple of Lord Krishna holds a commanding position in the palace complex of Patan. It is supposed to be the first specimen in Nepal. It is the only temple in Nepal; having 21 spire and is completely made of stone.
Mahaboudha: A little further east of Patan Durbar Square lies this Buddhist temple made of clay bricks in which thousands of images of Lord Buddha engraved. The terra-cotta structure is one of the fourteenth century Nepalese architectural masterpieces.
Hiranya Verna Mahavira: Located inside Kwabadehal, this Lokeshwor (Lord Buddha) was built in the twelfth century by King Bhaskar Verma. Inside the upper storey of the pagoda, are the golden image of Lord Buddha and a large prayer wheel. After the sightseeing tour of Patna city proceed towards the Tibetan Refugee camp about 1 mile south of Patan. Here you can see Tibetan man and women weaving carpets which are mostly exported to the western countries especially Germany, United Kingdom and many others.
Dinner at the hotel/local restaurant
Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu (B, D)


Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
In time transfer international airport to board the flight from Kathmandu to onward destinations