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Come and fall in love with our 6 Day Golden Triangle tour with Mumbai, wherein we would take you to the journey to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur and Mumbai’s most famous monuments and places such as in Delhi, you would explore the India Gate, QutabMinar, Lotus Temple and drive pass through Parliament House and President’s House. In Agra, pay a visit to TajMahal and the oldest fort i.e. Agra Fort. You can experience the alluring beauty of Jaipur such as HawaMahal, City Palace, JalMahal and many more. You would be accorded an opportunity to pay a visit to Gateway oF India, ChattrapatiShivaji Stadium, Malabar Hill and much more amazing and impressive center of tourist’s attractions in Mumbai. At the end of the trip, cherish the beautiful memories so captured, while we would drop you at the Mumbai airport from where you can board your scheduled flight.
Pickup offered from New Delhi airport, railway station, your Delhi hotel, or other desired pickup location in Delhi, Gurgaon or Noida.
Return to your Delhi hotel, Delhi airport, Delhi train station, Jaipur Airport, or any desired location in Delhi, Gurgaon or Noida.
Pickup time options: 7am, 9am, 10am and 11am (Could be change as per your requirements)
Start 6 Day golden triangle tout with Mumbai. You will be picked up from Hotel, Airport or other desired location, than we will take you to the half-day tour discovering the historical monuments of Delhi such as Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, India Gate, and we have planned the drive pass through Indian Parliament and President’s House.
• QutabMinar: QutabMinar is one of the tallest brick minarets of five-story. It has been built by Qutub-ub-din Aibak. It reflects the India architectural skills and glorious history of India.
• Lotus Temple: As the name itself, it has been made out in the lotus structure having different petals that form a cluster. The temple follows the beliefs of Bahas and has become one of the most beautiful attractions of Delhi.
• India Gate: India Gate was built at the time of Rule of British in India. It had been designed by British Architect, Lutyens, to pay accolade to the brave Indian soldiers who lost their lives serving the nation during the WorldWar I.
• Indian Parliament: The Parliament of India is the supreme law-making organ of the Republic of India. It comprises of the President of India and the two houses: the RajyaSabha and the LokSabha.
• President’s House: It is popularly known as RashtrapatiBhawan that means the house of President of India. It is located at the Western end of Rajpath and consists of multidimensional halls and has four floors.
After Delhi sightseeing, we will take you to the beautiful city i.e. Agra. Upon reaching there, check-in at a hotel and overnight stay at the hotel.
Witness the beauty of the nation at the time of early sunrise, this new day of the tour would start with a guided tour from inside of one of the “Seven Wonders of the World” the TajMahal.
• TajMahal: TajMahal has been built in the 17th century by Shah Jahan. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World that holds its glory even after years of its construction; it is a symbol of love that has been built under the order of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife, MumtazMahal.
After that, we would take you back to the hotel for the lavish breakfast. We had planned your visit to the Agra Fort, which is another architectural imprint and from there only, we would proceed towards Jaipur. Upon the arrival, check in at hotel, Overnight stay at hotel.
• Agra Fort: Agra Fort is an ancient fort that was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in the year 1573. It is located on the bank of Yamuna River and was considered to be as the main residence of the Mughals.
We would start our new morning with breakfast and then explore the belle of Jaipur. We have planned your visit to the historical monuments such as City Palace, HawaMahal, JalMahal, and JantarMantar.
• City Palace: The palace was constructed under the order of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. This royal palace is an awesome center of attraction in Jaipur and reflects the fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture.
• JantarMantar: JantarMantar was built in the year 1734 by the king Sawai Jai Singh II located in Jaipur. The world’s largest sundial is located at JantarMantar. Considering the heritage that it holds, it is one of the largest observatories in the world.
• HawaMahal: HawaMahal is known as “The Palace of Winds” that means it is a lavishing and beautiful palace built by Maharaja SawaiPratap Singh. The palace was built in 1799 and is decorated with 953 windows or ‘Jharokhas’.
• JalMahal: JalMahal is a huge and beautiful palace that sits in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake, in the city of Jaipur. It was constructed in the year 1799 and is made out of pink sandstone and follows the royal and classical Rajputana style.
• Amer Fort: Amer Fort is one of the most ancient forts built in the year 1592 by Raja Man Singh, It has been made out of the red sandstone and marble that makes it more appealing.
Overnight stay at hotel.
Enjoy the royal breakfast, check out from the hotel and we would take you the airport, wherein you would board your flight and directly land in Mumbai. Upon reaching Mumbai, check-in at the hotel. Savor yourself with the good food and overnight stay at hotel.
After breakfast we will pick you up from the hotel and take you out to visit the most famous places in Mumbai.
9:00 AM: We would pick you up from the hotel
10:00 AM: We would take you to visit the Gateway of India and TajMahal Palace Hotel
10:45 AM: We have planned your visit to ChhatrapatiShivaji Terminus train station, which is UNESCO world heritage site and Crawford Market.
11:45 AM: Pay a visit to the city’s open-air laundry “Dhobi Ghat” and Mahatma Gandhi’s residence in Mumbai “Mani Bhavan”. On your way, you would see the Haji Ali Dargah.
1:00 PM: We would take you out for the drive pass to Malabar Hill to a Jain temple, Banganga water tank and Kamala Nehru Park for city’s views.
2:30 PM: We would head back and stop at Marine Drive (Queens’s necklace) for a view of the city’s skyline.
3:00 PM: Drop off at the hotel.
• Gateway of India: Gateway of India is a great historical monument that was built during the British rule in the country. It was built to commemorate the 1911 royal visit of King George Vand Queen Mary to Mumbai.
• TajMahal Palace Hotel: The TajMahal Palace Hotel is a heritage, five-star and luxury hotel built in the Saracenic Revival style in Mumbai. It gained more popularity because it is situated next to the Gateway of India. It is a splendid blend of the Islamic and Renaissance styles.
• ChattrapatiShivaji Terminus Train Station: ChhatrapatiShivaji Terminus is a popular railway station in Mumbai that is declared by UNESCO as the “World Heritage Site”. It has become a landmark in the style of architecture in India.
• Malabar Hill: Malabar Hill is a mix match of the modern buildings and the old colonial bungalows or residential palaces. It is where most of the celebrities and rich people reside and it is among the most expensive real estate location in Mumbai.
Savor yourself with the delicious breakfast and our hospitality. Post that we would drop you at the Mumbai airport for flight to Delhi, Upon arrival at Delhi, you will be picked up from airport and dropped off at Hotel, Airport, Railway station or any desired location in Delhi, Noida or Gurugram. Than your 6 day golden triangle tour with Mumbai will end.
Yes, We could change it as per your requirements.
Approx. USD 10-15 per meal. It could be lower or higher depends on restaurant you choose.
Yes, you may do that.
By default we provide English speaking guide but we have Hindi, French, Spanish, German and Russian Speaking guides also, so if you would like to have any of the above language speaking guide, then you may inform us for same after booking the tour.
Compared to other cities in India, Mumbai is pretty expensive given the population, the areas, and the personal space that an individual has. Although the city is pretty hyped for being the home of Bollywood celebrities and one of the busiest cities, it is expensive a bit too much and too high on rent when compared to the facilities that are better in other metropolitan cities like Delhi, Bangalore, and Chennai.
The best way to explore Mumbai is to divide the tour into two parts that are North and South Mumbai. Get a feel of the city like a local by visiting the markets, buildings, cafes, and streets of South Mumbai and exploring Bollywood’s famous studios. Later one can spend a day dedicated to brilliant attractions, temples, and the beaches in Mumbai. Take out time to witness the famous landmarks like that of the Gateway of India, post which one can go ahead to explore the best of nature at various forts, wildlife sanctuaries, etc.
A minimum of four days and a maximum of seven days is what the travelers need on an average to witness the best of Mumbai and explore the city of dreams like a local without missing out on extraordinary experiences.
Famous places like that of the Gateway of India, the Marine Drive, Bandra-Worli Sealink, Colaba Market, Chowpatty Beach, Dhobi Ghat, and Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, etc., are a must-see when one is in Mumbai.
There are many high-end cafes, restaurants, and bars in Mumbai that are very popular with the young crowd and travelers. However, the famous food in Mumbai is street food. Dishes like vada pav, pav bhaji, bhel puri, baida roti, and batata vada are some of the legendary street food items that one is ought to try on their trip to Mumbai.
3 days makes for a lot of time to visit the best of Mumbai for all the travelers. One can easily plan three days to explore various categories of places that can be segregated into sightseeing, food, and shopping. Dedicate one day each to explore famous landmarks like Marine Drive and the Gateway of India, the second day to treat your taste buds to the fantastic street food and popular dishes, and finally, the last day to shop till you drop in the vast flea markets and branded stores, etc.
Two days are never enough to explore a city like Mumbai. Given the traffic and the crowd that will be consuming half the time of the two days that the travelers plan on spending in the city, one can definitely get around and explore signature landmarks like that of the Bandra-Worli Sealink, Marine Drive, the Gateway of India, Dhobi Ghat, and Shree Siddhivinayak Temple, etc.
Bollywood, monsoon, and the sea are the three main factors that makes the city of dreams so special in India. Reckoned to be the country’s entertainment capital, Mumbai is home to almost all the famous celebrities that have been running the movie industry. Other than that, the monsoon season is best enjoyed in Mumbai and the nearby areas that makes it one of the best experiences that the travelers can enjoy in India.
The famous chain of bakeries that goes by the name of Suleman Usman makes these famous sweet dishes called the Aflatoon Sweet. Considered to be one of the famous bakery products, travelers are ought to treat their taste buds to it without fail when in Mumbai.
Earlier the import and export of beef was banned in the state of Maharashtra. However, the Bombay High Court later striked down the ban from eating or possessing beef as far as it is brought in from various other states. So yes, one can eat beef in Mumbai but the killing of cows and buffaloes in the state is strictly prohibited.
The part of the city in South Mumbai that stretches from Colaba to Mahim along with Juhu, Bandra, Worli, and Lokhandwala Complex are some of the high-end, posh, and famous areas in Mumbai. However, the region of Malabar Hill is considered to be the best and the richest part of Mumbai since it offers high real estate rates in India.