Golden Triangle Tour with Rajasthan & Khajuraho You will enjoy a journey through many tourist attractions & North India’s vibrant cultures You will visit Golden Temple, erotic temples of Khajuraho & the Taj Mahal .
On 1st Day, arrive at the Delhi airport, one of our representative meet you at airport & transfer to the hotel.
Check-in at the hotel, overnight stay at hotel.
On 2nd Day , Breakfast at hotel , after that you will go for city tour of Delhi.
In city tour you will explore below :-
After that you will , Stay overnight at the hotel.
On the 3rd you will arrive at Udaipur
Board the flight for Udaipur , as per you flight timing, Reach Udaipur, Transfer to the hotel & check in.
Day Free, you can do shopping at the local market, Stay overnight at hotel.
On the 5th Day, you will visit Pushkar
After Breakfast you will drive to Pushkar, you will Stop at midway to visit "Ajmer" where you will see Dargah "
After Dargah you will proceed to Pushkar, you will do prayer ceremony at the Brahma temple after that you will Reached Pushkar
check in at hotel , Stay the night at the hotel.
On the 6th Day you will arrive at Jaipur
After healthy breakfast you will leave for Jaipur by road , Arrive at hotel & check in at hotel.
You will explore major tourist attractions of the city as below :-
after a long journey Overnight stay at the hotel.
On the 7th Day you will do sightseeing of Jaipur
After Breakfast, you will visit Amber Fort, You can ride on an elephant .
After that you will visit City Palace , Royal Observatory & Hawa Mahal.
After that you will stay overnight at the hotel.
On the 8th Day you will visit Agra
After breakfast, You will proceed to Agra, check In at hotels & relax for sometime, after that you will do sightseeing of Agra , you will cover places like Agra Fort, Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb ,Taj Mahal , Buland Darwaza, Panch Mahal, Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb and the Birbal Bhawan.
After that Return to the hotel, stay overnight.
On the 9th day you will visit Gwalior
After breakfast, check out from hotel leave for Gwalior.check in at hotel.
relax for sometime, you will visit the major tourist attractions of Gwalior :-
stay overnight at hotel .
On the 10th Day , you will visit Khajuraho
After Breakfast, Drive to Khajuraho, Arrive & check in at hotel, rest for sometime after that proceed to sightseeing of Khajuraho.
You will see famous Chandela dynasty temples, which are worldwide known for their spectacular sculptures & carvings.
Kandariya Mahadeo temple, the Matangesvara temple, the Lakshmana temple & the Varaha Temple , these Western Group of temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva & Lord Vishnu
overnight stay at the hotel.
On the 11th Day , you will come back to Delhi, on the way you will do sightseeing of Orchha
After breakfast, leave for Orchha , You will visit tourist attractions of Orchha :-
Reach Delhi @ check in at hotels & stay overnight .
On the 12th Day you will visit Amritsar
Breakfast at hotel & You will Leave for Amritsar by train,Arrive at check in hotel , Rest for sometime, After that leave for sightseeing
Afterwards proceed to Hazoor Sahib to visit the Samadhi of the second Sikh guru, Guru Angad Dev Ji. Stay the Overnight at the hotel.
On 13th Day, You will do sightseeing of Amritsar
Breakfast at hotel, after that go for sightseeing visit Jallianwala bagh, the historic site where hundreds of men, women and children were massacred by British General Michael Dyer. After that you will visit to Gurudwara Baba Bakala.
In Evening time visit Wagah Border for witnessing the Flag Retreat / Changing of Guard Ceremony , Overnight Stay the night at the hotel.
On the last Day you will Depart from Amritsar
After Breakfast , Dropped to the railway station to board the train to Delhi.
Arrive at Delhi & transferred to the Delhi airport.
Communication and Etiquettes:
To greet people in India fold your palms in front the chest and say “Namaste”. While saying it bow your head slightly – in this way you will signify your respect to another person. The word Namaste comes from the Sanskrit words “Namah te” and means “I bow to you”.Indians say that the real meeting between people is the meeting of their minds. They believe greeting each other with Namaste welcomes their minds to meet.
In India handshake is common among men mostly. Western woman may offer her hand to a westernized Indian man, but usually not to others. Traditional Indian women can shake hands with other women, but normally not with men.
Mysterious Indian head wobble is a non-verbal equivalent of a multipurpose Hindu word “Accha”, which can mean anything from “Good” to “I understand”. Usually head wobble is used by Indian people to respond in the affirmation. For example, if you ask if you can order taxi and a person will wobble his or her head in reply, that will mean “Yes”. Sometimes head wobble could mean “Thank you” or simply be a sign of friendliness. The head wobble is more prevalent in south regions of India like Kerala; moving on the north you’ll notice that this gesture is less common there.
In traditional Indian culture pointing footwear at people is seen insulting, or touching people or objects with your feet or shoes. If you occasionally do so, you should apologize straight away. On the other side, touching with a hand elder person feet is a sign of respect in India.
Head is considered as the most sensitive part of body in Indian culture, and it is recommended to avoid touching another person head to prevent offending him or her.
Indian people are not used to express their romantic feelings in public. Kissing and hugging outside could be misunderstood in traditional Indian society.
If you visit Hindu temples in India, dress in loose, covering your hands and legs, clothes. Women in this case are required to cover their hair. Remember to take off your shoes before entering temple or mosque. It is polite to take off shoes while visiting somebody’s house or even somebody’s shop in India too.
Try to dress modestly while travelling in India. It is recommended both for men and women to choose loose clothes covering shoulders and knees. It is generally known that India has very conservative dress standards, especially in rural areas. Here you can hardly find a man wearing shorts or a woman wearing skirt above the ankles. In urban places like Mumbai and Delhi western dress style, including jeans on woman, is prevailing. Liberal views on dress are typical for Goa too: it is all right here to wear anything you want for night party, but still, in day time it will be better to dress more suitable for Asian mentality. Anyway, if you’d like to show respect to Indian culture and to feel yourself comfortable, you might find appropriate to dress yourself “locally”. Kurtas (loose men shirts) and cotton pants would be good option for men, and salwar kameez (tunic and loose trousers) for women.
Food and Drinks:
Indian food is amazing. It is literally exploding with millions of flavors. Hot, sweet, bitter, spicy, fresh, fragrant – it may lead you to one of the biggest culinary adventures in your life. Here are some of our “directions” on your way to it. First of all, we would recommend you to choose western customers oriented restaurants and cafes, because meals here would be less spicy than in the “real” Indian one. Here you may also expect high service and secure hygienic conditions. We would advise you to order well roasted or boiled dishes and to avoid dishes made from raw ingredients. Don’t eat food or pass objects with your left hand. The left hand is considered to be unclean in Indian culture as it is using for some bathroom purposes.
Drinks. Drink only bottled water, such as Kinsley, Bisleri and Aquafin, and avoid adding ice into your drinks. Be careful with freshly squeezed juices: if prepared in a good restaurant or juice center, it can really bring you much satisfaction, but if you decide to buy it from street juice maker, it may probably cause some stomach upsets.
Money and Shopping:
The unit of Indian currency is the rupee; it is divided into 100 paise.24 hour banking facilities are available at international airports. Travellers cheques are exchangeable at most hotels; they are acceptable in sterling or American dollars.ATMs are common in most towns and cities in India. However, we recommend you to carry some cash or travellers cheques with you in a case the power goes down, you lose your plastic or ATM is out of order. To exchange currency you must present your passport. It is good to remember, that in India exchanging money except through authorized channels is illegal. It is also not allowed to take rupees out of India.
Bartering is part of shopping experience in India. The more touristy a place, the higher it’s asking prices will be, and the greater it’s price flexibility. Our advice would be “Bargain, bargain and, again, bargain while shopping in India”.
Tipping is very common in India. If a person is offering a small service to you, he or she expects a tip for it. A service in a hotel might justify a tip of Rs20. In a restaurant a 5% tip is quite enough. Rickshaw and taxi drivers should be also tipped.
If you need transportation in India, contact your tour operator or your hotel stuff to hire a taxi or a car with private driver. Driving on your own could be uncomfortable due to intense traffic and typical Indian street chaos. Travelling in public transport could be also challenging in India: you will be really fortunate if you could get a seat there. Optionally, if you need to get on the market or on the beach you may use notorious Indian rickshaw.
India is not a violent country when it comes to robberies. However, in touristic places mostly could be a lot of thieves waiting for the right opportunity to make their profit on somebody’s carelessness. To avoid this we recommend you not to flash your valuables around and make sure you carry them safety in your bag. It is better to leave your documents and jewelry in the safe of your hotel room. Wise decision will be not to put large denomination of money in the purse, but to keep them “close to skin” in a special little bag for money. Be careful with Indian monkeys too. Some of them may annoy you wishing to get your food or some attractive objects you hold in hands.
Despite rapid economic growth, India still faces poverty and begging. In every touristic place you will see beggars asking for your money and behaving very often in confronting and persistent way. The best thing probably would be ignoring them, as most of beggars simply do their business and prefer to beg instead of working. If you would like, you may give Rs10-RS20 to a child or elder person on when leaving the place, nor arriving, to prevent being mobbed.
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