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Explore the grandeur of the heart of India that is Delhi and witness the city’s magnificent history i.e Mosques, Temples and well known Monuments. This tour will take you to the magnificient seventh wonder of the World- Taj Mahal, from Agra Fort to beautiful FatehpurSikri, and will explore you with royal Jaipur- The Pink City. The Golden Triangle tour shall take you to the new heights of fantasy, at prices that are just within your reach. After Golden Triangle Tour have a beautiful tour of Bhutan which is “The Land of the Thunder Dragon”. Perched among the peaks of the immense Himalaya, the miniature kingdom of Bhutan has been described as the last Shangri-La, shrouded in centuries of mystery. Bhutan offers a fascinating insight into a Buddhist culture where time has stood still and the chance to experience Himalayan landscapes of amazing, unblemished beauty. As one travels through bhutan, colors become terribly distinguished. The festivals show vibrant textiles. Art and design are drained a spread of colors. The fauna and flora are visual feasts. The landscape itself is a paradise of colors. On a bigger facet, the importance of colors in Bhutan are categorized beneath three necessary divisions of the Bhutanese society- Cosmology, astrology and Buddhist teachings. The charming mountain kingdom of Bhutan is that the solely country within the world to measure—and attempt to improve-its citizens’ Gross National Happiness.

Day 01: Arrive Delhi

On your arrival at Delhi International airport, you shall be met by our officials who will transfer you to the hotel.
Overnight Stay in Hotel.

Day 02: In Delhi

Start your day with an exquisite breakfast in the hotel and let the excitement creep in. Proceed on with the day by taking a full day city tour covering both Old as well as New Delhi. Fascinate your hearts by enjoying a Metro and Auto ride while appreciating the magnificent architecture built by late emperor Shah Jahan in Old Delhi. It’s definitely worth spending at least half a day walking through the chaotic yet colorful streets of ChandniChowk and visiting India’s biggest and most famous mosque- Jama Masjid. Visit other monuments of the city including Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple (Place of worship for the Bahai Community) and Qutub Minar, which is also considered as a symbol of the City. Spend some time in Old Delhi to join the rest of the group and return to the hotel.
Overnight Stay in Hotel.

Day 03: Delhi - Agra

After breakfast in the hotel, depart for Agra by road. The total distance will be around 220 km and it will take a total of 4 hours to reach Agra. On arrival, you shall be transferred to the hotel. Later in the day, you shall be taken on a tour to TajMahal built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife- Mumtaz. The evening shall be spent watching the glorifying sunset at TajMahal
Overnight Stay in Hotel.

Day 04: Agra - Jaipur

Morning after a hearty breakfast, depart to Jaipur by road via visiting beautiful FatehpurSikri. A total of 250 km and a span of 5 hours shall take you to Jaipur. FatehpurSikri was founded in the year 1569 during the reign of Mughal emperor Akbar and the city remained the capital of Mughal Empire from the years 1571 to 1585. FatehpurSikri which took around fifteen years to be constructed during the rule of Akbar possess a series of royal palaces, courts, mosque and private quarters that can make any traveler fall in love with the place. It is the FatehpurSikri which is the quite popularly known for speaking volumes about the legends of Akbar and his courtiers i.e. the nine jewels including Birbal. It is also known to be one of the best and most preserved collections of Mughal Architecture in India. You shall be continuing the drive to Jaipur. On arrival, you shall be transferred to the hotel in Jaipur
Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 05: In Jaipur

Have breakfast at the hotel. You will then be taken on a tour to Jaipur- the city of Royal Palaces. The city is quietly known to be the first planned city as one can witness wide streets and beautiful gardens all around which is otherwise not found in other urban cities. The people here are warm and hospitable and welcome visitors like their own family members. The Amber fort, known for its enthralling fortress will be visited during sightseeing. Made with white marble and red sandstone, it is quite a beautiful creation that will stun everyone. When there is mention of Amber fort, no one can forget the mention of Sheesh Mahal which witnesses awe-inspiring mirrored halls. Also on tour list is the HawaMahal which is known to be the Palace of Winds. Built with red and pink sandstone, the palace dons a total of 5 storeys and around 935 windows. The main reason behind its construction was to allow women to gaze out at the city without themselves being seen. Since there were a lot of openings, it helped the rulers staying in the palace to get a cool breeze during hot weather. After sightseeing, you shall be treated with traditional Rajasthani lunch and then transfer you to the hotel.
Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 06: Jaipur - Delhi - Thimphu

Have breakfast in the hotel. Enjoy a leisure morning and then depart for Delhi via road(265 kms, 4hrs) Later you will be transferred to Delhi Airport to board flight for Paro. On Arrival at Paro International Airport, You will be meet and greet with our representative and drive along with the Paro & Thimphu river valleys to Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital, at 2320 meters. You can stop on the way to take in the wonderful Tamchhog Lhakhang, the hereditary place of worship for Bhutan’s iron bridge builder.
Overnight stay in Thimphu.

Day 7: In Thimphu

After morning breakfast, we will start sightseeing in the “Thimphu”, where you will visit the National Memorial Chorten, the National Library, the National Painting School & Changangkha Temple. Surf the striking collection of intricate textiles at the National Textile Museum and visit the Folk Museum. If you want end of the day you may also visit the weekly market.
Overnight stay in Thimphu.

Day 8: Thimphu - Punakha

After early morning breakfast drive to Punakha via the Dochu La Pass, where you enjoy the beauty of Eastern Himalaya ranges. After lunch visit the Punakha Dzong, Chimi Lhakhang (Temple Of Fertility), built in the 15th century by the ‘Divine Mad Man’ (Lama Drukpa Kuenley).
Overnight stay in Punakha.

Day 9: Punakha - Paro

After early morning breakfast drive to Paro( 130 km. 2hrs). After lunch visit the handicraft shops for souvenirs of your tour, and you may also visit local farmhouse and take tea with the farmer and their families.
Overnight stay in Paro.

Day 10:In Paro

After breakfast do sightseeing in the Paro, including Paro Rinpung Dzong and the National Museum. After lunch visit Drukgyel Dzong (fortress of victory), & the sacred Kyichu Lhakhang (temple).

Overnight stay in Paro.

Day 11:In Paro

After morning breakfast take a day tour to the ‘Tiger’s Nest’, the sacred Taktshang monastery, and spend the rest time and have lunch at the Taktshang. And visit the Dumtse Lhakhang, a temple built by Thangthong Gyalpo, the iron bridge builder.
Overnight stay in Paro.

Day 12: Departure

After morning breakfast we will transfer you to the International airport according to your International onward journey…

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We are safely home and that i thanks for making a terrific tour for us. we tend to had a good time and that i especially enjoyed the farm, wherever i used to be able to do plenty of horseback riding and luxuriate in the cool, quiet, solitude of the mountains. We tend to got a taste of the various faces of india and your drivers were very good at obtaining us through India's traffic.   Thanks from Bradget Scott, USA

A major thank you to RD India to taking me for my First visit to the awesome Bhagoria celebrations in Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat I have voyaged widely around the world and keep coming back because it is among the most colorful, exuberant and friendly festivals I have experienced anywhere   Thanks from Danielle Evans

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