Golden Triangle Tour with Udaipur -The ‘Venice of the East India’

This city is known for the lake palace. It is the capital of Mewar Kingdom which is situated in the western India. This city was founded by the Maharana Udai Singh in the year 1559. The number of lakes and lake palaces are tremendous. The city has in total 11 palaces, beautiful courtyards and gardens out which the intricate peacock mosaics attracts a huge number of tourists every year. The city is blessed with the best monuments, greenery and with best-shopping markets. The city is expert in various arts and crafts. The city people’s hands are strongly attached to art whose fingers play with the vibrant colors of creativity.

Tour to the Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle with Udaipur Tour Packages from Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. The trip to these beautiful places of India can take a minimum of 7 days and 6 Nights. The journey starts from Delhi.


The tourists from all over the world came to Delhi by air, bus or train. There they can see the beautiful heritage of the city, its art and crafts, the diverse cuisine and their amazing culture. It is the place which is a perfect blend of ancient cultures and modern traditions. This city has reached the milestone and completed its 100 years.

It is one those cosmopolitan metro, which is rich in monuments, bustling markets, and fabulous eating places. The city has been divided into Old Delhi and New Delhi. It is the home for world’s most popular heritage Red Fort, Qutab Minar and Humayun’s tomb which is surviving from centuries. The government is taking all the necessary steps to keep the charm of those places.Places to Visit in Delhi:

  1. Akshardham Temple.
  2. 2 Lotus Temple.
  3. National gallery of modern art (ngma).
  4. Tughlaqabad Fort.
  5. India gate.
  6. Rashtrapati Bhawan.
  7. Connaught Place, Janpath, and Mandi House.
  8. Bangla Sahib Gurudwara.
  9. Various markets in the Delhi streets.


When we say Agra, we talk about Tajmahal. After Delhi, visitors come to Agra. It comes under the Seven Wonders of the World in India, and this makes our country proud. It is one of the world’s best heritage sites which attract thousands of tourists every year. The amazing architecture creates a magic among the lovers. The charm of this place is the huge greenery, beautifully decorated gardens, its monuments, exciting foods, crafts, and petha. Under the moon light, the Tajmahal looks fabulous and brings romance around everywhere.


After completing the visit to Agra, visitors come finally to Jaipur. The city is enthralling with the beautiful palaces, carrying buses, dawdling camels, rickshaws and fewer motorbikes. The city is colorful, chaotic, full of artists and known as the Pink city of India. These artistic hands create life even in the non-living things. Jaipur Day Tour Package is a good option to explore the mojor parts of the attraction of beautiful city Palace, the Jantar Mantar, the royal observatory and the amazing honeycomb Hawa Mahal. The cities are like the fairytale stories with lots of amazing creatures and wall hanging in the markets. The shopping is cheap rates available for the customers.

Popular Places to Visit in Jaipur:

  1. Amber Fort and Palace.
  2. Hawa Mahal, Palace of the Winds.
  3. Nahargarh Fort.
  4. Jal Mahal.
  5. Abhaneri Step Well.
  6. Jaigarh Fort.
  7. City Palace.
  8. Sisodia Rani Garden.
  9. Jantar Mantar Observatory.
  10. Rambagh Palace.
  11. Jaipur bazaars.

5 Must-have Travel Gadgets

So you are not a gizmo freak? You pride yourself in being a technology hater? Closer to nature and all. Join the club. But tell you what; a traveller cannot afford to remain old-fashioned. Technology can really make a big difference to your trip. And once you read about these Essential Travel Items, I am sure you will change your loyalties and become a hardcore gizmo addict!


  1. Steripen – this is actually the Aladdin ka Chirag for every traveller out there. It is the ultimate portable water purifier. Small and easy to carry, it uses UV rays to purify water. Fill your can with water from a waterfall, handpump, well, or any other source you are likely to encounter on your journey. What’s more it comes with a chargeable battery.

Purify your drinking water: anywhere anytime

  1. Grid-it– okay this is one gadget I want to have right now. A mesh of elastic bands, the Grid-It is a device organization bag. It holds your mobile, charger, data cable chords, headphones, pendrives, music player, (I suspect make-up paraphernalia too).
  2. Waterproof music player– this is a boon!Someone who has lost an iPhone to the sea or the swimming pool would understand. The UWater G4 Chrome MP3 Player is immune to even salt water and pressures of scuba diving. Apart from this, another incredible item is the Electronic drying out bag. If any of your electronic item goes bad due to moisture, simply put it into this bag and it comes out all dry!  The bag can take anything from cameras, mobiles, watches, to ipods etc. and within 36-72 hours rescues your equipment completely.
  3. Door bell alarm – this is a must for those travelling alone, especially solo female travellers. This high-pitched alarm is fixed to the door of your hotel room, and will go off if someone tries to open the door without permission. This is especially useful for those who travel to non-touristy places and have to stay in shady hotels. No more sleepless nights in unknown places anymore.
  4. Book lights – these tiny lightweight lamps that are as small as a toothbrush can be really handy. They can be clipped onto your book or newspaper in case the passenger next to you wants to sleep and you can have no light in your flight at night. They can also double up as flashlights. Oh, these are so cute, you’d want to use them even at home.

Other must-haves:

Portable Wi-Fi device – your hotel might or might not have a good internet connection.

Extension cord – it is blasphemy for a traveller not to carry one, especially if you are carrying you laptop along.

Travel gadget cases – you get waterproof and indestructible travel bags and cases in the market. These are a must. If you are going swimming/ kayaking/ snorkelling and want to take an equipment along, just slip it into an indestrcutible travel case and you needn’t worry about your camera/mobile phone anymore.

Swiss knife – of course, every traveller has it.  Another similar useful item is the Multi-bit Travel Screwdiver. It can carry out small repairs, and even fix eyeglasses!

Shoebags, clothesline, dry soap sheets – Not really gadgets, but really useful. If you are out on a long holiday, say a month or two, you’d surely need a clothesline, especially if you want to save on hotel laundry bills.

Apart from these, there are loads of other travel gadgets and items aimed to make your trip more comfortable. There are also a load of apps and websites that will allow you to find cheap flights with just a few taps. But as they say too much of anything is bad, and you don’t want to clutter your travel bag with all kinds of fancy stuff, and leave little room for souvenirs to bring back. Keep it simple.