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Possible highlights

  • Delhi
  • Agra
  • Jaipur
  • The last standing Bahai Temple
  • Lutyens Delhi
  • Connaught Place
  • Chandni Chowk
  • Taj Mahal
  • The Kinari bazaar
  • Baby Tai
  • Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal
  • The Elephant Conservation and Care Center
  • Chandra Mahal Palace
  • Chokhi Dhani
  • Amer fort

Accessibility Information

  • Wheelchair accessible and assisted
  • Everything is designed around your specific needs and preferences
  • Private trip or inclusive groups
  • Service buddies/carers can be provided for when needed

What is included?

  • Private guide will accompany the travellers to all experiences
  • A memorable wheelchair accessible vacation to India
  • This itinerary is an example. Adjustable according to your wishes and requirements.
  • The local community is involved in the tour as much as possible
  • Storytelling in English (other languages at request)
  • Accommodation for every night
  • All breakfasts

What is not included?

  • Visa and flights
  • Lunch and dinner
  • Insurances
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Drinks and refreshments
  • Optional Extra activities entry fees
Golden Triangle India Qutub Minar
Golden triangle india Rajasthan
Golden Triangle India Lotus temple

About this flexible wheelchair accessible Golden Triangle Tour

This adjustable wheelchair accessible Golden Triangle tour in India allows you to discover India at your own pace. During this trip, you do not have to worry about accessibility. We have taken care of everything you need, so you can enjoy every day to its fullest. Together with locals in India, we develop your tour specifically to your wishes. Itinerary, durations, etc can be adjusted according to requirements, preferences, and budget. Throughout the trip, an experienced guide accompanies you to all the sights. This way, you get to know everything about the Golden Triangle, its history, culture, and more.

The Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle got its name because of the three cities Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. On the map, these cities form an almost perfect equilateral triangle. The locals consider these towns golden because of their rich history and cultural influences. In the middle of India, you find Delhi. You pronounce it like dilhi, and ‘dil’ means heart in Hindi, the national language of India. Here, you find a beautiful mix of old traditions of India and modern life. Feast your eyes on the Taj Mahal, the iconic symbol of love and passion.

Visit the city of Jaipur, where you experience the folk culture and spend time with local families. Besides that, you visit an elephant rescue center. Listen to the survival stories, play with the elephants, and even bath them if the elephants are in a good mood. Lastly, have a coffee at a café run by acid attack survivors and listen to their stories. Throughout the whole trip, you eat the best foods of the country and create unforgettable memories.

Traveling to the Golden Triangle in India

The best time to visit the Golden Triangle is between October and March. During that time, the weather is dry and not too hot, with temperatures between 10°c and 25°c. During the summer months, the heat can be unbearable, and therefore it is not advised to travel to India.

As the food is a significant feature of the culture in India, we recommend indulging in the several kinds of streetfood you find everywhere throughout the cities. In Delhi, be sure to taste Chole Bhature and Bishan Swaroop Chaat. In Agra, have some petha and dal moth. And lastly, in Jaipur, enjoy dal batti churma, gatte ki sabzi, kachori, and mutton dishes Laal maas and jungle maas. Ordering is easy because even though the official language is Hindi, English is understood and spoken as well.

Accessible accommodations

In India, there are various hotel options for multiple budgets. Even though you can only find accessible rooms in 4-star hotels, together with local experts, we look for options that suit your needs and wishes. After we give you several choices, you decide on your accommodations.

Meals and diets

As the itinerary of this accessible Golden Triangle tour is flexible, you have the option to tweak it to your liking. All breakfasts are included in the price, but if you wish we can add lunch and/or dinner as well. If you are on any critical medication or have any food allergies, notify us before your trip. That way, we can guarantee that these needs are taken care of throughout the entire trip.

Golden Triangle India Delhi

Day 1

On the first day of your accessible Golden Triangle tour, you fly to Delhi. When you land, a warm welcome awaits you. An English-speaking driver, trained and experienced to work with people with disabilities, picks you up and brings you to your hotel. After check-in, you have lunch. In the evening, you go to Nizamuddin Dargah. Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah is the tomb of a famous Sufi saint, Hazrat Khwaja Syed Nizamuddin Auliya. You find the grave in the western area of Delhi. This special pilgrimage place is visited by thousands of Muslims, Hindus, Christians, and people from other religions every week.

Golden Triangle India India gate

Day 2

On day two of your trip, you enjoy an early morning tour of Mehrauli Archaeological Park and Qutub Minar. Qutab Minar is one of the best examples of Islamic architecture in India. The tower is located in the city of Delhi and is one of the main tourist attractions there. The tower is 73 meters high, and with that, it is the tallest stone tower in India. Qutb-ud-din Aybak built the graceful five-story tower in 1193. He was the first Muslim ruler of Delhi after the defeat of the Hindus. Close to the Qutub Minar, you find the Mehrauli Archaeological Park. Spread out over 200 acres; the park is full of ruins, tombs, and other historically significant monuments. It is the only area in Delhi known for 1,000 years of continuous occupation.

The last standing Bahai temple

After that, you visit the last standing Bahai temple in the shape of a Lotus flower and have lunch at Iskon Temple’s local restaurant serving Sattvic meals. Around the world, seven of these Major Bahai temples were built. The temple promotes Vedic Sciences and culture and is a popular destination for tourists to learn about Hindu texts like Bhagvat Gita. They show the Hindu culture using various multimedia technologies.

Lutyens Delhi

Take a trip to Lutyens Delhi. This area includes the President’s house, the Parliament, India Gate, and other buildings built by the Brits. From the 1920s until the 1940s, India was part of the British Empire. The influences of this period, you still see in some of the architecture throughout the country. India Gate was originally called the All India War Memorial, and it is a memorial to 70,000 soldiers of the Indian Army who died in the First World War and the Third Anglo-Afghan War.

Connaught Place

Later that day, you visit Rajghat and Connaught Place. A memorial dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi and one of the more elegant places to shop. Connaught Place is an active business and financial district centered around a ring of Georgian columned buildings. These buildings house international chain stores, vintage cinemas, bars, and Indian restaurants.

In the evening, you experience the Ishq-e-dili show with spectacular sound and light, put up by Delhi Tourism. During the show, you see and feel India’s 5,000 years of history coming to life.

Golden Triangle India Jama Masjid

Day 3

After breakfast, you go to Chandni Chowk. Right in the middle of Old Delhi, you find a busy shopping area where people sell spices, dried fruit, silver jewelry, and colorful saris. The narrow side streets lined with tiny shops sell essential oils, office supplies, and traditional Indian sweets. Close to this area, you find Moonlight Square and India’s largest mosque Chandni Chowk.

Chandni Chowk

Visit the places of worship of various religions, followed by gorging on local cuisine for lunch. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options are available. Furthermore, enjoy a spice market tour and local shopping followed by dinner at a local cuisine food outlet.

Golden Triangle India Agra fort

Day 4

After you enjoy your breakfast, you travel to the city of Agra, where you check in to your next hotel. You have lunch at Sheroes Café, and after that, you visit the Agra fort. Agra Fort is an impressive 16th-century red sandstone fortress, also known as the Red Fort of Agra. Mughal emperors built the elaborate fortified castle when they had Agra as their capital. Within the walls, you find palaces, halls, and mosques, some of which are constructed of pure marble. The best description for this fort is a walled city.

In the evening, you enjoy tea with a local family. They tell you all about Agra, its history, and culture. Agra was once the capital of the Mughal Empire and is still the home to incredible Mughal monuments like the Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal.

Golden Triangle India Baby Taj

Day 5

Taj Mahal

Before breakfast, you visit the Taj Mahal. In the case of a full moon, we can arrange a visit in the evening. The Mughal ruler Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in the memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The building is now one of the seven wonders of the world. After this, you return to the hotel for breakfast. Later that day, you visit a local Kinari Bazaar and the I’timād-ud-Daulah Tomb or Baby Taj.

The Kinari Bazaar

The Kinari Bazaar is a typical market where you find fancy laces, borders, and tassels. Besides that, the place is filled with beadworks, elegant paper items, adornments for idols, and much more. Many design students and professionals get lost in these stores, hoping to find unique pieces to use in their designs.

Baby Taj

The tomb of I’timād-ud-Daulah is sometimes called Baby Taj and often described as a jewel box. Many people say this building is a draft of the Taj Mahal. The appearance of this building is described as more delicate, although it is not as beautiful as the Taj Mahal. Enjoy a musical drama show in the evening that tells the love story of Emperor Shajahan and his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

Golden triangle india elephant

Day 6

On day six of your accessible Golden Triangle tour, you visit Guru ka Taal Gurudwara and an Elephant rescue center. Both of these places are awe-inspiring.

Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal

Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal is a pilgrimage site and is a historical place that is dedicated to the ninth Guru Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. It was built on the exact location where Aurangazeb, the Mughal emperor, arrested Guru Tegh Bahadur, who surrendered voluntarily.

The Elephant Conservation and Care Center

The Elephant Conservation and Care Center is a real heaven for over 20 rescued elephants. These animals were taken out of abusive situations in captivity were they worked as working or performing animals.

Golden Triangle India Fatehpur Sikri

Day 7

After breakfast, you go to Jaipur and visit Fatehpur Sikri and Chand Baori on the way. In the evening, you check in to the hotel in Jaipur.

Fatehpur Sikri is a city in the district of Agra and used to be the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1571 until 1585. It is a beautiful city filled with unique architecture.

Chand Baori is a stepwell. It is an old and impressive monument in Rajasthan. King Chanda built it between 800 and 900 AD and is dedicated to the Goddess of Joy and Happiness.

Golden Triangle India Jantar Mantar

Day 8

After breakfast, you visit the City Palace Museum and Jantar Mantar in Jaipur. In the evening, you explore Chokhi Dhani for cultural amalgamation and ethnic food.

Chandra Mahal Palace

The City Palace or Chandra Mahal Palace is a beautiful palace complex, built between 1729 and 1732 and was the seat of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Now, the complex houses a museum, but the most significant part of it is still a royal residence. The palace includes an impressive collection of courtyards, gardens, and various buildings.

The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is an astronomical observation site built in the early 18th century. The site contains a set of approximately 20 key stationary observation instruments and is the most extensive and best-preserved observatory of all the historical observatories in India.

Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani, translated from Rajasthani, literally means “Rajasthani Culture.” This resort village is a celebration of only that part of the traditional culture in India and attracts many tourists. All who visit get the full experience of Rajasthani culture. You see this throughout the resort, which is completely inspired by the cultural theme. Besides the way it looks, they organize many cultural activities. This unique experience draws visitors from all over the world.

Golden triangle india amer fort

Day 9

To avoid shopkeepers taking advantage of shoppers, you head to the market in the morning, together with a guide. After your shopping spree, you enjoy a delicious lunch, after which you visit Amer fort. This fort is one of the most famous buildings in India. Raja Jai Singh l built the fort in 1592, and later, Sawai Jai Sing added parts. It exists of pale yellow and pink sandstone in combination with marble. There are four main parts in the fort, each with a courtyard, and it served as the residence of the emperors of Ajmer, the capital of the Mughal Empire.

Amer fort

The fort was built in a place that used to be a small village called Amer. Later, under the authority of the Kachwaha clan, led by Akbar the Great, this town became the capital of his empire. During this time, new construction work began on the palace. Amer remained the capital until 1727. In the evening, you experience an impressive light and sound show at this fort.

Day 10

On the last day of your accessible Golden Triangle tour, you fly back to Delhi in the morning. After that, you fly back home after an unforgettable vacation.

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