Golden Triangle Tour with Wildlifeby Hidden India Tours tours and travel
Golden Triangle circuit is bestowed with various cities that come in Golden Triangle Tour that stands as a perfect example of India's rich historical legacy. The tour is for those who want to witness the colorful culture, heritage and want to relish the grandeur of India. Delhi the capital city of India with the historic significance reflected in the historical monuments, Agra which narrates the tales of the architecture of Mughals of a bygone era and Jaipur knew for its royal experience. Along with this, enjoy the tiger trail in Ranthambore National Park and bird watching in Keoladeo National Park which is rich in biodiversity.
Delhi stores some fascinating tourist destinations like Humayun's Tomb the first garden-tomb on Indian sub-continent, Red Fort the throne of the Mughal Empire, India Gate made in memory of martyrs of World war, Rajghat the resting place of Mahatma Gandhi and Qutub Minar one of the tallest masonry minarets of India which are the UNESCO World Heritage sites along with Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple and bustling markets of Chandni Chowk. Delhi reflects the perfect blend of modernization and traditions that still follow the rituals of the past but does not even lack in modernization.
Agra is the city of Taj Mahal and was once the capital of Mughal Emperor. Taj Mahal is the symbol of unfathomable love and one of the most preferred destinations along with Agra Fort lying parallel to River Yamuna and Tomb of Itmad-Ud-Daulah where the walls are encrusted with the semi-precious stone and all are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Tajmahal was built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife using pure white marbles. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World that offers mesmerizing views of the sunrise and sunset and changes its colors from morning to evening.
Jaipur is home to various Forts and palaces, some of which have been converted into heritage hotels where you can stay to feel the real life of former rulers. Jaipur’s architectural marvels include Amer Fort offers the most enthralling Elephant Safari in Rajasthan, City Palace store the souvenirs of the royal families and Hawa Mahal also known as Palace of Wind was built for royal ladies. The city still has the aura and the essence of the royalty in the walls of the historical and was the former princely state of Rajasthan. The architectural marvels reflect the beautiful architectural styles of the bygone era which are Rajput and Islamic architecture. The beautiful decorated Elephants offering safari which gives the royal feeling from the entrance of the Amer Fort overlooking Maota Lake where the glimpse of the Fort is breathtaking.
In Ranthambore National Park you can watch animals closely and inactions by the help of Jeep Safari. The place is rich in flora and fauna and many wildlife species like Leopards, Hyenas, Jackal, Deer’s and many more can be found. Ranthambore Fort is situated in the park which offers panoramic and capturing views of the park. The park is surrounded by the Aravalli range, dry deciduous forest, and the rocky landscape. People feel in the lap of nature while enjoying the wildlife safari in the national park.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park invites thousand of water bird folks every year like Sandpiper, Cranes and you can cover the entire park by food, cycle or rickshaws according to your comfort. The tour is a great package for the wildlife lovers and photographers. The park is also rich in various floras that makes the park lush green all around and gives the glimpse of the serene beauty of nature.
Golden triangle with wildlife tour is a great tour package for wildlife enthusiasts and wildlife photographers. The visitors can capture the amazing views of the animals when they are indulged in the various activities and can have a closer view of the animals. The tour packages include the alluring cities of India along with the wildlife reserves that let the visitors witness the exotic wildlife species, heritage and the diverse culture of a vivid place of India.
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