Embark on a 6-Day Golden Triangle Tour with Thrilling Tiger Safaris


The 6-day Golden Triangle Tour with Tiger Safari seamlessly combines India’s cultural heritage showcased in Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur with an exhilarating wildlife experience at Ranthambore National Park. This journey offers a glimpse of iconic landmarks like the Taj Mahal, and Amber Fort, and cultural richness, alongside an adventurous tiger safari, providing a well-rounded and captivating exploration of India’s diverse offerings.

Highlights Of Your Journey

Tour Program

Day 1: Delhi City Exploration
Your journey kicks off in the bustling capital of Delhi, where you’ll be picked up at 09:00 AM. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, you’ll delve into the city’s contrasting worlds. The morning is dedicated to exploring Old Delhi’s historical landmarks. You’ll visit the magnificent Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque, and weave through the vibrant lanes of Chandni Chowk on a thrilling rickshaw ride. The Red Fort, an iconic symbol of India’s rich history, is also on the itinerary.
In the afternoon, the tour shifts to the modern wonders of New Delhi. Marvel at the grandeur of Humayun’s Tomb, the imposing India Gate, and the stately Parliament House. You’ll also visit the towering Qutub Minar and the tranquil Lotus Temple. A delightful lunch break is included, offering a taste of local cuisine. The day concludes with a return to your hotel for a restful night.
Day 2: Delhi to Agra Transition with City Tour
Post-breakfast and hotel check-out around 9 AM, you’ll set off for a 3-hour drive to Agra. After settling into your hotel in Agra, take some leisure time. In the evening, embark on a scenic tour to the Baby Taj and Mehtab Bagh for a sunset view of the Taj Mahal from across the Yamuna River, creating a perfect photo opportunity.
Day 3: Agra Tour and Journey to Ranthambore
An early start at 6:30 AM takes you to the Taj Mahal to witness its sunrise glory. Post visit, head back for breakfast and a brief rest at your hotel. Check-out and explore Agra Fort before you proceed to Ranthambore, visiting Fatehpur Sikri on the way. Upon arrival in Ranthambore, check into your hotel for an overnight stay, with meals included.
Day 4: Ranthambore Wildlife Safari
Spend the entire day immersing yourself in the wildlife sanctuary. Enjoy morning and evening safaris in a shared Gypsy, where you might spot tigers and other wildlife in their natural habitat. Your stay in Ranthambore includes another night to soak in the natural surroundings.
Day 5: Ranthambore to Jaipur Tour
Post breakfast, leave Ranthambore for Jaipur. Once in Jaipur, check into your hotel and begin exploring the city. Today’s itinerary includes the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and the iconic Hawa Mahal. End your day with an overnight stay at the Jaipur hotel.
Day 6: Jaipur Exploration and Return to Delhi
After breakfast, check out and start the final leg of your Jaipur tour. Visit the majestic Amber Fort with an elephant ride, Jal Mahal, and the Monkey Temple. Post-lunch, embark on your journey back to Delhi, expected to reach by late evening, either for a drop-off at your hotel or the Delhi airport.



Frequently Asked Questions?

The Golden Triangle Tour with Tiger Safari is a popular travel itinerary in India that covers Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur (the Golden Triangle) along with a wildlife safari, usually in Ranthambore National Park or another designated reserve known for tiger sightings.

The Tiger Safari offers a thrilling experience in the natural habitat of Bengal tigers and other wildlife species. Visitors get the opportunity to explore the wilderness aboard safari vehicles, guided by experts, in search of tigers and other fauna.

Typically, a Tiger Safari excursion lasts for a few hours, usually during early morning or late afternoon, as these times offer better chances of spotting wildlife in their natural surroundings.

Engaging in cultural experiences, exploring local markets, trying regional cuisine, attending cultural performances, and indulging in rural life activities like pottery-making or village visits are highly recommended.

The best time for tiger sightings often varies, but generally, the dry season (October to April) is preferred as vegetation is sparse, making it easier to spot wildlife, including tigers.

While safaris can be exciting for many, it’s essential to note that some might find the bumpy rides uncomfortable. It’s generally suitable for most ages, but the experience may vary.

Accommodations range from luxury hotels to heritage properties, providing a mix of comfort and local charm. There are options available to suit various preferences and budgets.

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