The Golden Triangle in India, covering Agra, Delhi, and Jaipur, is regarded as one of the most pleasant routes for cultural tours.

This unique, various cultural fantasy lets tourists encounter the goodness of one of the charming architectural wonders of the nation, delve into the ancient past, and enjoy the exquisite cuisines of India.

There are countless things to do on the India Golden Triangle tours for those who want to find what India really holds.

1. Pay your honors at the India Gate war memorial, Delhi

The “Arc-de-Triomphe” of India was made to honor the Indian fighters who lost their breaths through World War I. The Amar Jawan Jyoti was added later to tell the country about the sacrifices of our armies.

People visit here to indulge in the memorial’s grace, enjoy a picnic with their friends or family, fill a leisurely evening in the gardens, or have an ice cream by the many vendors nearby.

2. Check out the great epitomes of vigor in Delhi

The India Golden Triangle tours usually include Delhi’s power centers, where legislative and administrative decisions are taken. These cover Rashtrapati Bhavan (President’s House), the Parliament House, and the Secretariat Building.

Besides being politically important, these centers are also stunning architectural wonders in themselves, with an exciting and overwhelming persona.

3. Discover humble cultural centres in Delhi

Some of the best heritage places of Delhi include Lotus Temple, the Jama Masjid, the Red Fort, and Qutub Minar.

While the Jama Masjid attracts visitors to its quiet, tranquil interiors, the Lotus Temple draws them with its immense white lotus petals, peaceful aura, and green lawns excellent for a picnic!

The Red Fort and Qutub Minar, with their wonderful architecture, express their own tale of power and make them worth visiting on this Golden Triangle trip.

4. Gorge on delicious street food of Delhi

You haven’t encountered the city if you haven’t tried its overly charming, completely delicious, and pretty unhealthy variety of street eats that shall draw tears to your eyes (like, really!)

The most delicate flavors you can try include chole bhature, Gol Gappa, aloo chaat, aloo Tikki, chana jor garam, besan ka chilla, samosa, kebabs, Bhalla papdi, chole kulche, and much, much more.

5. Let the beauty of the Taj overwhelm you in Agra

The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan had made the Taj Mahal in 1648 in loving remembrance of his spouse, Mumtaz Mahal. Among the world’s greatest Wonders, this stunning monument of white marble endures today as an eternal symbol of beauty and love.

Many people worldwide flock to Agra to enjoy the beauty of this white gem of Art, so much so that the tourist’s population sometimes exceeds the city population!

6. Roam around the huge, majestic corridors of the Agra Fort, Agra

The Agra Fort has a puzzle-like structure, tall walls, a beautiful blend of white marble and red sandstone work, and the incomparable royal look making it among the most favored spots to tour in Agra.

While here, don’t forget to visit the Diwan-i-Khas (a place for the king’s special guests) and the Diwan-i-Aam (a location for public address).

7. Amuse yourself with amazing sweet & savory ‘Pethas of Agra!’

Agra isn’t just famous for the structural marvels but also for its different delicious feasts. The Petha is among the best – a rose-flavored molasses candy formed from rough ash pumpkin and glucose.

In reality, among the most enjoyable things to do is indulging yourself in these yummy sweets! Don’t forget to taste the popular Paan Petha while here.

8. Spend time in the red interiors of the Fatehpur Sikri, Agra

Fatehpur Sikri, constructed by Emperor Akbar, was the short-term capital of the Mughals. This wonder now greatly figures in the famous UNESCO World Heritage places list.

This enriched old city is decorated with complex, intricate carvings and designs throughout that display the expert artistry and showcase stonework present at that period!

9. Fall in love with the glorious history of the Amber Fort in Jaipur

Another lovely UNESCO World Heritage place you’ll see on this Golden Triangle itinerary is the Amer (or Amber), Fort. It rests royally atop a small mountain with beautiful white and red sandstone surfaces excellently reflected in the Maotha Lake below.

Tourists tend to get taken away in the beauty of the Fort, which includes temples, majestic courtyards, a ‘Sheesh Mahal,’ and the fascinating Light and Audio Show in the evenings. With so much and more, tourists of the Fort are in for countless wonders and treats at each turn!

10. Explore the stunning marvels of the Pink City

The kings and rulers left us with various forts, heritage sites, and palaces in Jaipur, which now shine like jewels in the city’s landscape. Apart from drawing millions of visitors each year, they are excellent reminders of our glorious history!

Some of these treatsures include the Hawa Mahal with over 900′ jharokhas’ or windows. The splendid City Palace, the Jantar Mantar, the Jal Mahal, Amer fort, Albert hall museum, and many, much, much more.

11. Live the lively nightlife at Chokhi Dhani in Jaipur

Aiming to protect the Rajasthani culture and Art, Chokhi Dhani is an all-inclusive set that allows tourists to get introduced to Rajasthan’s glorious traditions, usually village scene, and incomparable hospitality.

The place is loaded with traditional folk singing and dancing, magic shows, pottery, camel and elephant rides, palmistry and tarot card reading, a small temple, and dining space offering a massive, delicious thali of traditional cuisine all inside an adorned hamlet.

To fully indulge in Rajasthan’s royal charisma, a visit to Chokhi Dhani is possibly the best thing to do on the India Golden Triangle tours.