The Golden Triangle is the most amazing tourist route in India. Delhi, Agra and Jaipur takes us to world of Mughals and Rajputs. Ranthambore is rich in Wild life. From the Taj Mahal in Agra to Nahargarh Fort in Jaipur, everything showcases the world’s best examples of architecture.
As we visited Delhi before, our first hault was at Agra, the place which holds one of the best wonder of the world, The Taj Mahal. This renowned monument is just breathtaking in reality. The mausoleum looks different in the different time you visit it on a single day. It is pink in the morning, white in the evening and golden in the moonlight. The tomb has numerous rules for visitors .The entrance fee includes a pair of cover for our feet and a small bottle of water. This is not just a tourist attraction but a religious site with the mosque within the complex. Also there are restrictions on what you can take inside the complex, for example, cameras are not allowed and it is recommended that you do not arrive with bags. There is a reason behind the Taj Mahal’s inclusion into the list of the seven wonders of the world. People travel miles to see it and the beauty of the foundation is incredible.
The Agra fort is in a short distance from the Taj Mahal. It is made up of stunning red sandstones. Agra Fort is a prime piece of beauty throughout the year. Fatehpur Sikri contains other early Mughal structures which includes the palace of Akbar’s wife Jodha Bai, a private audience hall, and houses.
The next majestic place we headed to was Ranthambore. We stayed there for 2 nights. Ranthambore National Park is truly mesmerizing. Every zone which we visited was different in its own way. We were truly mesmerized by Zone 4 which is as beautiful as it can be. All the safari zones of the Ranthambore National Park are good and all safari zones have tiger-territory, although tiger sighting is matter of chance in the forest and it relies entirely on your luck. But you can capture beautiful sites of small lakes inside the forest area.
The last and final destination where the Golden Triangle ends is Jaipur. A romantic pink hue pervades everything in Jaipur, hence the nickname “Pink City”. History is very much alive and abundant in Rajasthan. A stunning array of fortresses, palaces, temples, and other fortifications are the charm of Jaipur. Nahargarh fort along with Amer Fort and Jaigharh Fort have formed the defense to the capital of Rajasthan. Nahargarh is best to visit during the daytime. The fort forms a perfect location to spend an entire day within the fort.
Jantar Mantar is one such observatory located in the heart of Jaipur.The large-scale geometric formations are the stars of this historical structure, jutting out independently with staircases that leads to nowhere but appears to be a random manner. The observatory is a wonder to architects. It is also a destination famous for North Indian cuisines and delicious sweets. Jaipur is a magical city displaying a vibrant array of colours amid its rosy ancient palaces and a lot of walking will give you the complete experience.
The best time to visit the Golden Triangle is October to mid-April. This trip is a truly authentic Indian experience and simply amazing. Hope that I have provided everything of my travel experience.