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golden triangle tour with ajmer and pushkar

golden triangle tour with ajmer and pushkar

Golden Triangle Tour with Ajmer & Pushkar Fair

The golden triangle India tour package is a very fabulous tour package that is selected by a lot of travelers.

Are you planning to visit the country of India? India is a popular touristic destination where tourists come to visit across the world to make their trip amazing with their family members and friends. The country of India has a lot of tours that provide the perceptive tourist and all parts of India from the north side to the south side and as well from the east to west that have something unique and pleasant to provide all tourists. The golden triangle India tour package is a very fabulous tour package that is selected by a lot of travelers.

And this trip covers the capital city of New Delhi, the place of the amazing monuments that is Taj Mahal, Agra and the pink city of Rajasthan, Jaipur. There is another type of this three-city trip that is covered with a golden triangle tour with Ajmer and Pushkar. This trip covers the three main cities that included above and lets the tourists enjoy the world popular Pushkar Camel Fair that is traditional and one of the last types of fairs which is organized in Pushkar city of Rajasthan, in November of every year.

The trip pleasures with the tourists arriving at the Delhi International Airport and afterward setting out toward their hotels. The day is spent touring in Delhi and the visitors are taken through the busy road of Old Delhi acclaimed for its chronicled landmarks. President House, Chandani Chowk, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, India Gate, and the Birla Temple are a part of the attractions, which are visited by the visitors while in Delhi. Following a decent night’s rest, the travelers leave for Agra by street which is located at the distance of 203 kilometers from Delhi.

On entrance in Agra, the tourists head off for a little while to the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort. After a medium-term remain at Agra, the visitors are then taken to Jaipur by street stopping at Fatehpur Sikri in transit. The following day the travelers are taken to see the popular Amber Fort, which is located on an edge simply outside the city of Jaipur. The traditional elephant ride to climb the fort is sorted out for the visitors. This fort was worked in the eighteenth century and it took almost 100 years to finish. After lunch, the visitors are taken to see different attractions of Jaipur like the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, and Ram Niwas Garden.

The following day the visitors take a late morning drive to reach Pushkar where they camp at the scene of the Pushkar Camel Fair. The following day the sightseers spend the whole day at the fair enjoying the pleasure and skip which is a piece of the traditional fair, which unites farmers, traders, livestock, and villagers from all over Rajasthan. The yearly Pushkar Camel fair attracts numerous farmers who carry with them their camels and other steers for exchanging.

The following day the visitors leave for Ajmer from Pushkar where they spend the entire day visiting the city. The Ana Sagar Lake and the Dargah of the holy person Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti are visited and, at night, the visitors continue for the railroad station where they board a train for Delhi from where they head to their particular places.

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