Greaves Tours has announced its seven-day Golden Triangle journey through India, said to be an attempt to “capture the country’s dynamic culture, fascinating attractions and colorful cities – an ideal introduction for first-time visitors”.
The seven-day journey visits Delhi, Agra and Jaipur – considered the Golden Triangle of Rajasthan in India. Highlights of the program include: sightseeing in Old and New Delhi, exploring the iconic Taj Mahal, discovering of the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri, an elephant ride up the hill to Amber Fort, and tour of Jaipur.
In addition, the Golden Triangle tour features: accommodations at The Grand Hotel in Delhi, and Trident Hotels in Agra, Jaipur and in Gurgaon; private air-conditioned vehicles with driver for sightseeing, transfers and excursions on the itinerary; services of English-speaking local guides; and porterage at airports and hotels.
The Golden Triangle journey is based on two people sharing accommodations. Prices exclude international round-trip airfare; domestic India airfare; Indian visa fee; meals except where noted on the itinerary; and personal items.
For 30 years, family-owned and operated Greaves has specialized in customized luxury itineraries and bespoke tours to India, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, Sri Lanka, the Maldives and the Indian Ocean islands. It is the tours division of Greaves Travel LLC.