Golden Triangle with Goa and Mumbai Tour

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New Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Goa - Mumbai

10 Nights / 11 Days

This Itinerary is Perfect Holiday Cocktail!!! where you see most popular Golden Triangle and will enjoy Tropical Climate of Goa and can also see the most famous sea sand & beaches and not to forget the Plenty of Famed Goan Cusine with Uni Crystal Holidays.

Arrive Delhi at 06.35 Hrs. by ……………….. On arrival, meet & transfer to hotel.

Breakfast at Hotel & at 10 AM Your guide will meet you in Hotel lobby for Full day city tour of Old Delhi & New Delhi visiting Raj Ghat, Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid in Old part.

DELHI The Capital of India is its third largest city, with a population of about 10 million. Its strategic location along the north-south, east-west route has given it a focal position in Indian history and many great empires have been ruled from here. The monuments and ruins of these are scattered throughout the city, often cheek by jowl with modern structures and high rise towers.

Rajghat: India's most potent symbol of nationhood, Rajghat is the site of Mahatma Gandhi's cremation. A sombre, black granite platform inscribed with his last words, He Ram! ("Oh God") now stands here. The only splash of colour comes from the garlands of orange marigolds that are draped over the platform. All visiting heads of state are taken to this Samadhi (memorial) to lay wreaths in memory of the "Father of the Nation".


Old Delhi's bazaars are legendary, An English visitor over a 100 years ago, wrote in praise of the "Cashmere shawls, gold and silver embroidery, jewellery, enamels and carpets" found here. Today the great wholesale bazaars of Chandni Chowk still retain a souk-like quality.

CHANDNI CHOWK: Once Shahjahanabad's most elegant boulevard, Chandni Chowk ("Silvery, Moonlit Square"), laid out in 1648, had a canal running through it, and was lined with grand shops and mansions,Visit Jama Masjid- Largest Mosque in India as last monument in Old Delhi.

After noon visit Sikh temple, India Gate, Parliament house, President’s palace, Indira Gandhi museum, & Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi.


India Gate & Around – At the Eastern end of Rajpath, the 42 ft high India Gate was built to commemorate the Indian and British soldiers who died in World War 1 and those who fell in battle in the North-West Frontier Province and Third Afghan War.

Parliament House was a later addition following the Montagu – Chelmsford Reforms of 1919 to    house the Legislative Assembly.

Rashtrapati Bhavan: [president’s House] Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens as the British Viceroy's Palace, Rashtrapati Bhawan, situated at the crest of Raisina Hill, is now the official residence of the President of India. A vast copper-clad cupola soars over this elegant beige and red sandstone building which covers an area of 2 ha (5 acres). The piece de resistance is the circular Durbar Hall, situated directly beneath the dome, where all important state ceremonies and functions are held.

Visit Humayun’s Tomb

Humayun, the second Mughal emperor is buried in this tomb, the first great example of a Mughal garden tomb, and inspiration for several later monuments, such as theincomparable Taj Mahal. Built in 1565 by Persian architect Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, it was commissioned by Humayun's senior widow, Haji Begum. Often called "a dormitory of the House of Timur", the graves in its chambers include Humayun's wives and Dara Shikoh, Shah Jahan's scholarly son. Also in the comples are the octagonal tomb and mosque of Isa Khan, a 16th century nobleman, and the tomb of Humayun's favourite barber. The Arab ki Sarai was a rest house for the Persian masons who built the tomb.

Over night stay at your hotel.

After Early Breakfast & drive to Agra

Reach Agra and proceed for sightseeing of AGRA

AGRA: Two great Mughal monarchs, Akbar and Shah Jahan, transformed the little village of Agra into a befitting second capital of the Mughal Empire - giving it the name Dar-ul-Khilafat {seat of the Emperor}. Today a visitor to Agra is caught up in a world of contrasting edifices, of red sandstone and white marble, narrow galleys and quaint buggies, and that irresistible charm that this favorite city of the Mughals still retains. It is not surprising, that modern Agra still reflects its Mughal heritage most conspicuously. A walk down the narrow bustling streets of the city will introduce the visitor to the wafting aroma of Mughlai cuisine.

Relax and then proceed for the city sightseeing.

TAJ MAHAL - Little needs to be said about this architectural wonder which is always the soul raison-de-etre for every tourist's visit to Agra. Built by Shah Jahan, the Taj is a white marble memorial to his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal. This monument took 22 years to be completed and was designed, and planned by Persian architect Ustad Isa. Apart from its stunning design balance and perfect symmetry, the Taj is also noted particularly for its elegant domes, intricately carved screens and some of the best inlay work ever seen.

AGRA FORT - Built by the famed Mughal emperor Akbar in 1565 AD, the fort is predominantly of red sandstone. Ensconced within is the picture perfect Pearl Mosque, which is a major tourist attraction. It lies on the bend of the river Yamuna, almost in the heart of the town. Akbar built it as his citadel over the years 1563-73 in the finest architectural style.

Overnight will be at Agra

After Early breakfast drive to beautiful Pink City - Jaipur.

Enroute, visit at Fatehpur Sikri ~ World Heritage Site.

Fatehpur Sikri - This exquisite city was built by Akbar the Great in 1569, in red sandstone; with its forts, palaces and mosques. The city was abandoned 14 years after its creation due to political reasons. Must see are - The Diwan-i-am - a vast courtyard in which the emperor gave daily public audience; Diwan-i-khas - a large quadrangle which contained all the major functions of the Palace, Pachisi court, the Emperors private living quarter, Jodha Bhai’s Palace, Mariam’s Palace, Birbal’s Palace, Hawa Mahal and Panch Mahal are some of the important buildings of this residential complex. Drive further to Jaipur. On arrival, check in at the hotel. 
Rest of the evening at leisure. 

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Have an Early Morning Breakfast.  Proceed for sightseeing.

visit and explore, traditionally dressed Rajput men wearing colorful turbans and sporting magnificent moustaches will make their way through crowded streets packed with cars, camel carts, rickshaws, trucks, and bicycles. You will also find bustling, brightly colored bazaars filled with handcrafted textiles, folk art, and semi-precious stones, the local specialty. You will walk amidst the wonderful madness and discover the city for yourself. Jaipur is a favorite among travelers.

You will then travel 11 kilometers out to the stunning medieval Amber Fort. This fort was built in 1592 by Maharajah Man Singh and is a superb example of Rajput architecture.

You will also stop for photos of the Hawa Mahal (or Palace of The Winds), which is the most photographed structure in India after the Taj Mahal.

You will also see one of five astronomical observatories built by the founder of Jaipur, Maharaja Jai Singh.

Where time has been accurately measured since the 17th century.

Continue to indulge in the wonders of Indian culture by watching a Bollywood blockbuster - a vivid combination of action romance, drama and music, at the spectacular Raj Mandir Cinema. Overnight at Hotel.

Have an Early Morning Breakfast. Check-out & transfer to Jaipur Airport to board on flight to Goa.

Flight No. 9W  7024 Leave Jaipur at 08.20 Hrs / Arrive Mumbai at 10.10 Hrs.

Connecting flight to Goa

Flight No.: 9W 7027 Leave Mumbai at 12.05 Hrs / Arrive Goa at 13.10 Hrs.

Experience the wonders of Goa on this tour that takes you to see the historic sights of the state’s interior as well as the beaches along the coast.

After your arrival in Goa, one of India’s top beach towns, you’ll be met by a tour representative and assisted with check-in at your hotel.

Panjim City and Old Goa

After breakfast at the hotel you’ll head out for a day of sightseeing. Much of the real Goa is seen inside its buildings and in the hinterland, away from the coastal area.

In the morning you’ll visit Panjim City. The oldest monument in Panjim is Adil Shah's Palace, built in 1490. Visit the beautiful Church of our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. From Altinho Hill you’ll enjoy panoramic views of Panjim.

The afternoon’s tour takes you to Miramar Beach and on to Dona Paula. Along the way you’ll see the quaint fishing village of Caranzalem. The Dona Paula Bay overlooks Marmagoa, the largest natural harbor in India, and the Arabian Sea.

On the return you’ll drive down through Fountainless to Old Goa, the heartland of ancient Christianity. Once a bustling metropolis, Old Goa is now in ruins. Visit the beautiful Basilica of Bom Jesus where the body of St. Francis Xavier is enshrined in a silver casket. Visit the majestic Se Cathedral, the largest church in Goa. See the bustling city of Mapusa, noted for its colorful Friday market.

Overnight at the hotel.

Goa beaches

spend the whole day enjoying the waters and the beach life of Goa. Get adventurous with various water sports that Goa is famous for, such as water biking, waterskiing, ballooning, and more.

Just relax on the beach with a book in hand and a cool breeze to soothe you.

Overnight at the hotel.

Goa beaches or optional tour

Today you can choose to take an optional tour to other beaches and temples in the interior of the state, or relax and spend time on the beach. Overnight at the hotel

After breakfast you’ll be transferred to the international airport for your departing flight.

On arrival, meet & transfer to hotel

After enjoying your breakfast  Other tourist attractions we cover include

The Gateway of India,

Perhaps the ultimate symbol of Mumbai’s former colonial glory, the art deco Gateway of India stands guard over Apollo Bunder Harbour in the city’s south.

The three-arched monument was completed in the 1920s, commemorating the royal visit of King George V in 1911. Just a few decades later, the arch saw off Britain’s last remaining soldiers when India embraced Independence in 1948.

The gateway’s design has a Mughal flavor, topped with twin pinnacles and ringed with a top-heavy pediment.

Bring your camera when you come to visit, as today it’s one of the city’s most popular people-watching spots. Join the crowds of locals and visitors, touts and street photographers, food vendors, balloon sellers and kite flyers.

The arch is also the stepping-off point for harbor cruises, boat trips to Elephanta Island, and horse-and-carriage rides along the harborfront.

Elephanta Island

Protected as a Unesco World Heritage Site, the Elephanta Caves are among Mumbai’s most astounding temple sites, home to one of India’s most precious collections of Hindu temple art.

In Elephanta Island’s labyrinthine network of subterranean caves, highly prized statues of Shiva and other deities, shrines, pillars, courtyards and halls are carved out of rock in high relief.

Elephanta’s collection of cave-temples date back to around AD 600, and were named for the elephant statue that once stood near the shore. The statue now stands in Mumbai’s Victoria Gardens.

Tours are essential to get the most from a visit to the island, revealing the stories and history of the island’s carvings and artworks. The highlight is the temple to Shiva with its towering statue of the three-faced deity, surrounding by latticework screens, carved pillars and winding corridors.

Hanging Gardens

The garden came to be known as Hanging Garden because of its location on the slope of a hill which creates an illusion of being suspended in air. It was established in 1881. The garden offers a great view of the enchanting sunset over the Arabian Sea. Evenings provide a fantastic sight of the streetlights along the Marine Drive which is poetically described as the Queen’s Necklace. The silhouette of the numerous high rises of the region creates a maze of lights that look amazing against the night sky of Mumbai. The garden was renovated and redesigned in 1921. Its location makes it possible for visitors to get a fantastic view of the sprawling Arabian Sea.

Have an Early Morning Breakfast

Proceed for sightseeing

Prince of Wales Museum,

Built in 1914 and opened in 1922, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum is the preeminent cultural site in Mumbai, anchoring the artistic district of Kala Ghoda. The building was designed by Scottish architect George Wittet who worked in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style, which was prominent in the 19th century under British colonial rule. The colonial style was a fusion of British and European architectural forms with some Indian characteristics incorporated. Located near the Gateway of India, also designed by Wittet, the museum features a rich collection of Indian miniatures, decorative artifacts from successive empires, including the Mughal and Rajasthani. Mumbai's role as a centre of intercontinental trade is also apparent, with artifacts from Europe, China, Japan, Nepal, Tibet and across Southeast Asia. Nestled amidst a beautiful botanical garden, the museum encompasses art, archaeology, design and natural history.

Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus,

Designed in the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture, this dome-topped museum with a blue and yellow stone facade, has art, architecture and natural history exhibits.

Dhobi Ghat

At the world’s largest outdoor laundry, every day for over 120 years the dirt has been washed from thousands of kilos of clothes by the dhobis (washermen and women) of Mumbai’s Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat.

Formed back in 1890, the famous laundromat is much loved by photographers who come to take colorful images of row upon row of washing troughs where hundreds of families clean piles of laundry that come from all over the city. Strings of brightly-colored clothes drying under the Mumbai sun also make for a popular picture. More than just a laundry, Dhobi Ghat is also a great place to see old saris being brought back to life under expert hands.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

A comfortable rest followed by heartful breakfast. Later check out and Transfer to airport to board the onward flight to Home with Sweet Memories.

Cost Sheet

Cost for 02 Paying Pax will be USD 1020-00 Per Person on Twin Sharing basis

Single Room Supplement will be USD 500-00 Per Person

Airfare Supplement for Jaipur / Goa / Mumbai will be USD 240-00 Per Person [Subject to change / as on date]

Supplement for Large Car @ USD 83-00 Per Person

Entrance Fees Supplement will be USD 75-00 Per Person

The Cost includes: -
-Arrival & Departure Transfer by Aircon Indigo Car
-City to City Transfer, Sightseeing & Excursion by Aircon Indigo Car.
-Hotel accommodation on Twin Sharing with Bed & breakfast basis.
-Local English Speaking guide in Delhi, Agra, Jaipur & Mumbai
-Elephant Ride at Amber Fort, Jaipur
-Rickshaw Ride in Old Delhi
-Catamaren Cruise at Elephanta Caves, Mumbai

The Cost does not includes: -
-Any other services which is not mentioned in above.
-Any other meals except breakfast.
-Any Entrance Fees for Monuments / Museum.
-Any Tips, Phone Calls, Laundry Exp. Personal Exp. Misc Exp. Etc
-Any Internal & External Airfare
-Any Insurance & Medical Exp. Etc

Hotel Used are hereunder: -
Delhi – Hotel Blue Berry / Hotel Tulip Inn Harinagar – 02 Nights
Agra – Hotel Utkarsh Vilas / Hotel Atulyaa Taj / Hotel Raj Mahal – 01 Night
Jaipur – Hotel Lords Plaza / Hotel Nirvana Hometal / Hotel Jaipur Palace – 02 Nights
Goa – Hotel Royal Orchid Beach Resorts & Spa / Hotel Baywatch Resorts – 04 Nights
Mumbai – Hotel Comfort Inn Heritage / Hotel Parle International – 02 Nights

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