Tour Name : Golden Triangle Tour with Ranthambore National Park
                                             Duration Tour : 08 days/07 nights



Tourist Places : Delhi-Jaipur-Ranthambore-Agra
Detailed information about this travel package
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DAY O1 : DELHI 
Arrive Delhi: On arrival at the Delhi International Airport you will be welcomed by our Tour Representative and Transfer to your hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi.

DAY O2 : DELHI
Morning breakfast in hotel & proceed to city tour of Old Delhi and New Delhi visiting Raj Ghat and Shanti Van – the cremation sites of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, Jama Masjid and drive past Red Fort and Chandni Chowk.
Afternoon visit Qutub Minar built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibek in 1199, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate (War Memorial Arch ), Lakshminarayan Temple – a modern Hindu Temple. Also drive past President’s House, Parliament House, Akshardham Temple. Overnight stay at hotel in Delhi.


DAY O3 : DELHI – JAIPUR (260 Km, 6 hrs)
After morning breakfast drive to Jaipur. Jaipur- established by Maharaja Jai Singh II (1693-1743) and painted pink by Maharaja Man Singh II when Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, visited Jaipur in 1876. The Royal heritage of Jaipur lives in its architecture and culture. The city in pink is symbolic of the hospitality that reigned in the Rajput culture. It a bustling capital city and a business center with all the trapping of modern metropolis but yet flavored strongly with an age-old charm that never fails to surprise a traveler.
In the afternoon visit City Palace, a combination of conventional Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. City Palace complex has more than a few palatial structures. It stretches across one-seventh of the area of the walled city. City Palace has been built with the combination of traditional Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The city palace houses the Chandra Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and Rajasthan Dance Program. Overnight stay at the hotel in Jaipur.


DAY O4 : JAIPUR
After breakfast visit Amber Fort. Amber Fort is situated on the crest of a hill seven miles north of Jaipur is Amber, capital of the Kuchwaha Rajputs from 1037 to 1728. Man Singh I built it in a style to rival Mughal grandeur and opulence. The city-palace is protected by towering outer walls, a further wall runs for miles along the hills surrounding the palace.
Make a photo stop at the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal). Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh of Jaipur constructed the Hawa Mahal in the year 1799. Hawa Mahal is a sample of the perfection of the architecture. It was built for women in the royal family to view the ceremonial processions on the street while seated behind the small windows. Also visit Jantar Mantar, built between 1716. It is located within the city palace. Jantar Mantar contains a collection of instruments for observing the movements of sun, moon, planets and stars. It was built to develop the interest of the people in Astronomy. Evening at leisure .Overnight stay at the hotel in Jaipur.


DAY O5: JAIPUR – RANTHAMBHORE (170 Km, 3 hrs)
After breakfast drive to Ranthambhore. Afternoon safari to Ranthambhore National Park.. Ranthambhore National park: – This famous wildlife reserves is located in eastern Rajasthan. Ranthambore was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1995 and became a part of Project Tiger in 1973. Ranthambore National Park is situated at the meeting point of the Aravali and Vindhya hills, and is bounded by river Chambal in the South and Banas river in the North. The park spreads over an area of around 1,300 Sq Kms, has a rich diversity of fauna and flora. Ranthambore National Park is known for its Tigers, which makes it a favorite destination in country to observe them closely. Besides the Tiger, the park has a large numbers of Sambhar, Chital, Nilgai, Gazzelle, Boars, Mongoose, Indian Hare and Monitor Lizards etc. The flora of the Park include Banyan Trees, Dhok & Pipal trees, clusters of mango trees crisscrossed with evergreen belts. Ranthambore has been categorized as a Heritage Site, because of having the ruins of the magnificent fort overlooking the park.The timings to visit the Park are, Between October To March: 6.00 am – 9.00 am & 3.00 pm – 6.00 pm & Between April To June: 6.30 am – to 9.30 am & 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm. Overnight stay at hotel in Ranthambhore.

DAY O6: RANTHOMBRE – AGRA (275 Km, 7 hrs)
After early breakfast at hotel, leave for Agra. Enroute visit the abandoned Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri: built by Emperor Akbar in 1569, was the old capital of the Moghuls, which was abandoned after 15 years due to scarcity of water. See the graceful buildings including the Jama Masjid, Tomb of Salim Chisti, Panch Mahal & other Palaces which are still preserved in its original glory. Continue drive to Agra. Arrive Agra in the evening and check in at your pre-booked hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in Agra.

DAY O7: AGRA
After breakfast proceed for city tour of Agra. Visit Red fort, which was built by Emperor Akbar in 1565, and additions were made up until the time of his grandson, Shah Jahan. It contains the hall of public and private audiences amongst many other beautiful structues; Itmad-ud-daulah, which was contructed by Nur Jahan between 1622 and 1628 and is very similar to the tomb she constructed for her husband, Jehangir, near Lahore in Pakistan. The highlight of the day –The Taj Mahal, which was constructed by Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Contruction of the Taj began in 1631 and was not completed until 1653. Later visit a cottage industry to witness skilled craftsmen doing fine marble inlay work and also visiting Itimad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb and Akbar Mausoleum in Sikandara (Taj Mahal is closed on Friday). Overnight stay at hotel in Agra.

DAY O8: AGRA – DELHI ( 200 Km/04 Hrs)
After breakfast drive to Vrindavan. Vrindavan and Mathura Tour. Visiting the Temples of Mathura. Mathura is believed as Shri Krishna (Lord Vishnu) Janma Bhoomi; The birthplace of Lord Krishna. It is believed that this is the place where about 5,000 years ago lord Krishna was born in the prison of King Kansa. While excavating this area, many old statues were found which are now displayed in the museum. Atpresent this place has a beautiful temple of lord Krishna. Mathura is today an important place of pilgrimage, flocked by thousands of pilgrims daily.
After drive to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi directly transfer to Delhi International Airport to connect your Onward Flight Journey. FLY BACK HOME.


Above Tour Cost Include: 
Accommodation twin & double sharing Basis as per program. Daily breakfast & dinner at the hotel. All transportation by AC Deluxe Car Latest Model vehicle throughout the Tour. Services of our Assistance Representative for Airport Transfer as per the program. Services of English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Japanese, Chinese speaking Guides as per the itinerary. Mineral Water. Quote inclusive of presently applicable Government service taxes. 

Above Tour Cost Does Not Include: International flight.
Medical and insurance of any kind, Monument entrance fee. Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay/cancellation/hike in fair, strike or any other natural calamities.Personal nature Expenses i.e. Telephone Calls, laundry, Soft/hard drink, Meals, Tipping etc.


About Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park or Ranthambore is a national park in northern India, covering 392 km². Ranthambore was established as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 by the Government of India and was declared one of the Project Tiger reserves in 1973. Ranthambore became a national park in 1980. In 1984, the adjacent forests were declared the Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary and Keladevi Sanctuary, and in 1991 the tiger reserve was enlarged to include the Sawai Man Singh and Keladevi sanctuaries.

Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary is known for its Bengal tigers, and is a popular place in India to see these animals in their natural jungle habitat. Tigers can be easily spotted even in the daytime. The best times for tiger sightings at Ranthambore National Park are deemed to be in November and May. The park's deciduous forests are characteristic examples of the type of jungle found in Central India. Other fauna include the Indian leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, striped hyena, sloth bear, southern plains gray langur, rhesus macaque, mugger crocodile and chital. The sanctuary is home to a wide variety of trees, plants, birds and reptiles, as well as one of the largest banyan trees in India.

It is situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, about 110 km northeast of Kota and 140 km southeast of Jaipur, which is also the nearest airport. The nearest town and railway station is at Sawai Madhopur, about 11 km away. The park is also close to the Kota railway station. RIDCOR operates a mega-highway between Kota and Ranthambhore. Ranthambore National Park lies at the edge of a plateau and is bounded to the north by the Banas River and to the south by the Chambal River. It is named after the historic Ranthambore fortress, which lies within the park.


Wildlife of Ranthanbore National Park

Ranthambore is known for its large tiger population. As park tourism and the population of neighbouring villages increased, there were more frequent fatal human-tiger interactions and poaching. The Indian government started Project Tigerin 1973 and allotted an area of 60 mi2 of the park as a tiger sanctuary. This area later expanded to become what is now the Ranthambhore National Park.

In 2005, there were 26 tigers living in the park. This was significantly lower than the recorded tiger population of the reserve in 1982, which stood at 44. According to non-government sources there were 34 adult tigers in the Ranthambhore National Park in 2008, and more than 14 cubs. This increase was attributed largely to sustained efforts by forest officials to curb poaching. Villagers in the region were being given incentives to stay out of the park, and surveillance cameras were also fitted across the reserve. The Indian government committed US$153 million for these efforts. They were successful enough to make Ranthambhore eligible to participate in the Sariska Tiger Reserve relocation program. The first aerial relocation, of the male tiger (Dara) from Ranthambhore to Sariska, was done on 28 June 2008 by Wing Commander Vimal Raj, using a Mi-17 helicopter. Unfortunately, this translocated tiger died on 15 November 2010 due to poisoning.


During the past few years, there has been a decline in the tiger population in Ranthambhore due to poaching and other reasons.
A tigress known as "Lady of the Lakes" was separated from her parents at a very young age because of poaching. The young tigress was named Machli after the mark on her body that resembles a fish. She gave birth to three female cubs, one being dubbed 'Machli - The Junior'. The father of Machli Jr. died early from an unknown disease, as confirmed by forest officer Fateh Singh Rathore. Machli Jr. mated with the male tiger Bumburam and gave birth to two cubs, Slant Ear and Broken Tail. Baccha is believed to be her grandson. At 17 years old, Machli Sr. is the world's oldest tigress. Machli recently went missing, raising concern among forest officials, as hunting is difficult at her age. After twenty-six days Machli was spotted and located by forest officials. Machli's daughter T19(Krishna or Unis) is the current queen tigress of Ranthambhore. In 2014, She gave birth to four cubs fathered by Star or Zalim(she was seen mating with both of them), with three surviving, these cubs are now known as T-84, T-83 and T-85. Machli died on 18 August 2016 at the age of 20 years. She became the longest living tigress in wild environment recorded till date.

Another popular tigress from Ranthambhore is tigress T39, also known as Mala or Noor. Her name comes from the decorative bead-like stripes on her body. She was born to tigress T-13 and fathered by T-12. In November 2016, she was seen with her fourth litter of two cubs. Noor is 9 years old and her son, T72, or Sultan, is from her first litter and is approximately six years old. Broken Tail was given international publicity in a film made about his life. He left the park area and traveled from Ranthambore to Darra, where he was killed by a train while crossing the railway tracks. The documentary film called Broken Tail features his last journey and has been shown worldwide on many TV channels, including BBC, PBS, CBC, and RTÉ among others, and won the top awards at two of the world's most prestigious wildlife film festivals.

T - 25 also known as Dollar male or Zalim is another famous tiger in Ranthambhore, he sent observers and tiger researchers in a tizzy when he fathered his 2 female cubs as their mother died of a disease, this two cubs are now known as Bina 1 and Bina 2 and both were relocated to Sariska in November 2012 when they were 2 years old . Till this incident, all facts on record stated that male tigers do not play an active part in rearing their cubs. According to the 2014 census of tigers, there were 62 tigers in Ranthambhore National Park. The number of tigers was 48 in 2013 and 25 in 2005. Due to the recent increase in the number of tigers, the park is planning to transfer a few to other parks, such as Sariska and others.




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