India and United Arab Emirates, 11 Days · Hotel stay and tour

Golden Triangle and Dubai

Discover the most atmospheric side of India on an unforgettable journey

If you've ever dreamt about the India of maharajas and princesses, vivid colours and stunning sunsets, then come and join us on a journey that will give you the chance to discover Delhi, with its unique harmony of old and new, combined with real-life charm and amazing buildings; Jaipur and its pink façades where time seems to come to a standstill; the magnificent Amber Fort, which commands the surrounding plain from its heights; Fatehpur Sikri, a mute witness to an ancient time when kings would build cities following the designs of scholars and prophets; and Agra, the city where craftsmen from all over the world gave birth to a monument where stone weaves a love story like no other, the Taj Mahal. In the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is a luxury tourist destination. An ever-expanding city, Dubai's goal is to be a place where the rest of the world can experience the culture of the Arab world, and that dream is being turned into reality in the middle of the desert.

Golden Triangle and Dubai

Departure date

Departures from June 2024 till March 2025


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Travel details

Day 1 City of origin - Delhi

Day 2 Delhi

Day 3 Delhi - Jaipur

Day 4 Jaipur

Day 5 Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra

Day 6 Agra

Day 7 Agra - Delhi

Day 8 Delhi - Dubai

Day 9 Dubai

Day 10 Dubai

Day 11 Dubai - City of origin


City of origin - Delhi

Departure with destination Delhi. Arrival and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation.


Includes: BreakfastDinner
Breakfast. In the morning we'll visit Old Delhi, stopping at Jama Masjid (the country's largest mosque) and the Red Fort (one of the most opulent forts of the Mughal empire), followed by a fascinating rickshaw ride along the streets of the historic quarter. We'll continue our tour round New Delhi with a trip to the Raj Ghat (memorial to Gandhi), the India Gate, the Parliament building, the presidential palace and Qutub Minar, the tallest minaret in the world at seventy-three metres. And to round the day off, a tour of a fascinating Sikh temple. Dinner and overnight stay.

Delhi - Jaipur

Includes: BreakfastDinner
Breakfast. Morning departure by road to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, with its famous dark pink buildings, the colour representing hospitality in Rajput tradition. Founded by Raja Jai ​​Singh in the eighteenth century, it's surrounded by hills crowned by forts and palaces that have inspired many a fairy tale. Camels roaming around and locals dressed in bright colours reflect the unique cultural heritage of Jaipur. Meanwhile, the markets are bursting with wonderful handicrafts that reflect the true Rajasthani character. A perfect day in the city of love, legends and traditions. In the afternoon, we will visit a Hindu temple. Dinner and overnight stay. Note: a technical visit to a textile factory is included.


Includes: BreakfastDinner
Breakfast. Early departure from the hotel to Amber Fort. We'll climb to the top of the hill where we'll find Amber Fort and its ramparts, which command fantastic views over the historic city of the Kings of Amber and over to Maota Lake. In the afternoon, sightseeing tour of Jaipur, stopping at places such as the Maharaja Palace (also known as the city palace). It's a former royal residence converted into a museum, although a small wing is still used by the royal family of Jaipur. The tour continues with a stop at Jantar Mantar, which is the world's largest astronomical observatory, built in stone and marble by Jai Singh between 1728 and 1734. En route there'll be a brief stop for the typical photo of Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Breeze). This five-storey palace was built in 1799 and is one of the best examples of the artistic talent of the Rajputs, who built it so that the ladies of the court could entertain themselves by watching the hustle-and-bustle of the city. Dinner and overnight stay.

Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra

Includes: BreakfastDinner
Breakfast. Morning departure by road to Agra, En route we'll visit the Chand Baori stepwell in Abhaneri. Onward journey to the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri and its palace, built by King Akbar in the sixteenth century, where prominent civil buildings include Diwan-i-Am (the Hall of Audience), Diwan-i-Khas (the Hall of Private Audiences), the Jodhabai Palace, Birbal's House, Mariam's House, and the Panch Mahal Palace. Onward journey to Agra. Arrival and transfer to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.


Includes: BreakfastDinner
Breakfast. At first thing, we'll head off to the Taj Mahal, a truly jaw-dropping monument to love with architecture in white marble. Shah Jahan ordered its construction as an expression of his love for his beautiful wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Work of Persian architect Ustad Isa, it took twenty-two years to build and has become one of the wonders of the world. It has a stunning design, perfect symmetry, elegantly carved domes and the best stone inlays ever seen, among other works of genius. Later we'll visit Agra Fort, which was built by Emperor Akbar between 1565 and 1573 and reflects the Mughal talent for combining defensive architecture with beauty and design. This fort-palace was started by Akbar as a purely defensive citadel and was later completed by two successive generations, who added the delicate marble mosaic work and the magnificent palaces. The fort commands a magical view of the Taj Mahal. Then we'll visit Itmad-ud-Daulah, nicknamed the Baby Taj, an exquisite tomb in honour of Mirza Ghiyas Beg built by his daughter. Dinner and overnight stay. Note: a technical visit to a marble workshop is included.

Agra - Delhi

Includes: BreakfastDinner
Breakfast. Departure by road to Delhi. On arrival, if there's enough time, we recommend a trip to the Akshardham Temple (not included: entrance paid at the destination). Dinner at a local restaurant near the airport. Check in at a hotel to rest and freshen up before going to the airport for your departing flight. Afterwards, transfer to the hotel.

Delhi - Dubai

Flight from Delhi to Dubai. Arrival and transfer from the airport to the selected hotel in Dubai. Free time. Overnight stay.


Free day. Overnight stay.


Free day. Overnight stay.

Dubai - City of origin

At the scheduled time, transfer to the airport. Flight with destination the city of origin. Arrival. End of the trip and our services.

Your trip includes

  • Return flight.

  • Overnight stay in the listed hotels, or similar.

  • Transfers according to the itinerary.

  • Regular tours mentioned in the itinerary, not stated as optional.

  • English-speaking local guides.

  • Diet: 6 breakfasts, 6 dinners.

  • Flight from Delhi to Dubai.

  • Transfer from the airport to the hotel in Dubai.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Dubai.

  • Selected meal plan in Dubai.

  • Transfer from the hotel in Dubai to the airport.

  • Insolvency protection.

Your trip doesn't include

  • Electronic Visa to enter in India.

  • Visa to enter in United Arab Emirates.

  • Any other service not previously mentioned as included.

Expected Hotels (or similar)

In this section you will find a selection of hotels according to the category specified in the itinerary.

Days 1 - 2

Days 3 - 4

Days 5 - 6

Day 7

Days 8 - 10

Category B

Crowne Plaza New Delhi Mayur Vihar Noida, An Ihg Hotel

13B Mayur Vihar, District Centre, Delhi

The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel Delhi

1 Cbd, Maharaja Surajmal Road, Near Yamuma Sports Complex, Delhi

Eros Hotel New Delhi, Nehru Place

Nehru Place, Delhi

Category A

Holiday Inn New Delhi Mayur Vihar Noida, An Ihg Hotel

13A Mayur Vihar, District Centre, Delhi

Park Plaza Delhi CBD Shahdara

Plot 32, Delhi

Fortune Park, East Delhi - Member ITC's hotel group

DDA Community Center, Fortune, Plot D, opp. to East End Club Delhi, Block C, Vivek Vihar, Nueva Delhi

Important remarks

- Triple rooms in India are generally rooms with twin beds or a double, in which a folding bed is installed to accommodate the third person. Due to the inconvenience this causes, we advise against using this option as far the possible.

- The baggage allowance on domestic flights of most airlines in India is usually 15 kg per person, so lower than on international flights. Please take account of this when packing your bags.

- Please check with your international vaccination centre about the recommended healthcare measures in India.

- The tours include cultural stops at local workshops so you can learn about the production of traditional crafts.

- To reconfirm services at the destination, please send us your passport details within 24 hours of booking.

- Please check which documents are required to enter the country.

- As per new security regulations, all passengers visiting United Arab Emirates (organised or otherwise) must carry an identification at all times: either an original passport or a photocopy of it is sufficient.

- United Arab Emirates is a Muslim country and the month of Ramadan is of major significance to its residents. During Ramadan, entertainment and alcohol will be restricted in most of the country. The sale of alcohol will be restricted in many places, although some establishments will offer alcohol for sale to tourists. During this period, local businesses may also have shorter opening hours.

- The order of the itinerary may be altered for logistical reasons, without prior notice, but no scheduled trips will be cancelled (except in the case that adverse weather conditions prevent its realisation).

- A credit card is considered a guarantee, so sometimes you will need one for check-in at hotels.

- Prices are calculated based on admission fees to the sights as of the date of publication. If there is an increase in these prices, you will be promptly informed.

- If you are a person with reduced mobility, please contact us to confirm the suitability of the trip.