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The Golden Triangle

Incredible India

Incredible India

Experience the pinnacle of India’s cultural heritage with the Golden Triangle Tour, an unrivaled exploration of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Renowned as the quintessential tourist circuit, this itinerary offers an unparalleled journey through the heart of India’s rich history and majestic splendor.

Embark on a captivating adventure through Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, each city steeped in grandeur and historical significance. From the bustling streets of Delhi, adorned with ancient monuments and vibrant markets, to the timeless allure of Agra, home to the iconic Taj Mahal, and finally, the regal charm of Jaipur, known as the Pink City, every moment is imbued with fascination and wonder.


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Delhi, a cornerstone of the Golden Triangle in India’s northern region, traces its origins back to the ancient Indian epic, the Mahabharata, where it was known as Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandava princes. Today, this vibrant metropolis has evolved into a dynamic blend of tradition and modernity, offering a tapestry of colors and flavors that reflect the diverse essence of India.

In contemporary Delhi, every corner beckons with inspiration, awe, fascination, and admiration. From iconic landmarks such as India Gate, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Akshardham Temple, to the serene beauty of the Lotus Temple and the innovative architecture of the Bahai Temple, the city is adorned with a plethora of sights that mesmerize visitors.

Delhi seamlessly harmonizes the old and the new, offering a rich tapestry of experiences. Whether strolling through the colonial charm of Connaught Place, navigating the bustling lanes of Chandni Chowk, or indulging in the modern delights of South Extension’s malls, every moment promises a unique adventure.

Moreover, Delhi is a haven for shopping enthusiasts, gastronomes, and avid sightseers alike. From bustling markets offering exquisite handicrafts and traditional attire to upscale shopping destinations and culinary delights spanning from street food to fine dining, the city caters to every taste and preference.In essence, Delhi encapsulates the essence of India’s diverse heritage and contemporary vibrancy, making it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an enriching and unforgettable experience.

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Agra, a medieval marvel situated on the banks of the Yamuna River, traces its origins back to its founding by Sultan Sikandar Lodi in 1504. However, it rose to unparalleled prominence as the majestic capital of the Mughal emperors from 1526 to 1658.

Renowned for its opulent Mughal-era architecture, Agra continues to captivate visitors from around the globe. Its crown jewels include the iconic Taj Mahal, a testament to eternal love and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, alongside the imposing Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that stands as a symbol of Mughal grandeur and power.

Moreover, Agra boasts the magnificent Fatehpur Sikri, an architectural marvel and another UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its splendid palaces, mosques, and courtyards. Together, these architectural masterpieces offer a captivating journey through the grandeur and splendor of India’s rich history.

As a major tourist destination, Agra beckons travelers to immerse themselves in its storied past and marvel at its architectural wonders, ensuring an unforgettable experience steeped in culture, heritage, and unparalleled beauty.


Jaipur & Ranthambore National park

Jaipur, famously dubbed the “Pink City,” traces its regal beginnings to 1727, when it was meticulously planned and founded by the visionary Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II.

Distinguished as India’s first planned city, Jaipur stands as a testament to architectural brilliance and urban design. Its meticulously laid-out gardens, enchanting parks, and impressive monuments paint a picture of grandeur and splendor. The city’s heritage hotels, once the opulent residences of Maharajas, now offer a glimpse into the lavish lifestyles of bygone eras.

A visit to Jaipur unveils a treasure trove of historical marvels and cultural delights. The majestic Amber Fort, with its intricate architecture and commanding presence, beckons travelers to explore its storied halls and ramparts. The City Palace, a magnificent fusion of Rajput and Mughal architecture, invites visitors to step into the realm of royalty.

The astronomical wonders of Jantar Mantar, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, mesmerize with their precision and ingenuity, while the iconic Hawa Mahal, or “Palace of Winds,” stands as a symbol of Jaipur’s architectural splendor. As you wander through the bustling streets, adorned with ambling camels and bustling markets, you’ll encounter the vibrant spirit of Jaipur embodied in its cheerful people, donning vibrant and multi-hued traditional costumes.


Ranthambore National park

Ranthambore National Park stands tall as one of Northern India’s largest and most esteemed wildlife reserves. Nestled within the picturesque expanse of the Sawai Madhopur district in southeastern Rajasthan, approximately 130 km from Jaipur, this sanctuary beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike. Once hailed as the exclusive hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, Ranthambore has undergone a remarkable transformation. Today, it stands as a testament to conservation efforts, boasting a thriving ecosystem teeming with diverse flora and fauna. Its verdant terrain is a sanctuary for myriad species, including the majestic Bengal tiger, making it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers from around the world.

Beyond its natural splendor, Ranthambore captivates visitors with its rich history and cultural heritage. The remnants of ancient forts and temples scattered throughout the park offer glimpses into bygone eras, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the wildlife safari experience. Indeed, Ranthambore National Park is not merely a destination; it is a sanctuary of wonder and awe, where the rhythms of nature unfold in their purest form. Whether tracking elusive tigers through dense foliage or marveling at the myriad bird species that call this sanctuary home, every moment spent here is a testament to the enduring beauty and majesty of the natural world.

Book your Incredible India Adventure


10th -22nd November 2025

Experience an unforgettable Adventure with Scuba Dive Adventures!

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy.

The package includes internal flights, transfers, and specified land-based activities, as well as accommodation for:

4 nights in a luxury accommodation in Delhi 

4 nights in a luxury accommodation in Agra 

4 nights in Jaipur & Ranthambore 

Please note that international flights, non-specified activities, and tips/gratuities are not included. Single supplements may apply.

Please be advised that all activities and launch times are subject to change due to local environmental conditions, and the order in which they are conducted may also change.

For more information or to book this fabulous Adventure, please contact the Scuba Dive Adventures team at 0113 4508606 or

Unesco world heritage site

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal stands as an awe-inspiring testament to love and architectural brilliance. Crafted from gleaming white marble, this monumental mausoleum was commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century as a tribute to his beloved wife.

Over the span of nearly two decades, from 1631 to 1648, skilled artisans and craftsmen painstakingly brought Shah Jahan’s vision to life, resulting in a masterpiece of Muslim art that has captured the imagination of people worldwide.

With its graceful domes, intricate carvings, and symmetrical gardens, the Taj Mahal is hailed as one of the most iconic symbols of India’s rich cultural heritage. Its ethereal beauty and timeless elegance have earned it a revered place among the world’s most cherished architectural wonders.

As visitors from across the globe stand in awe of its majestic silhouette, the Taj Mahal continues to serve as a poignant reminder of enduring love and the enduring legacy of the Mughal empire.



Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most renowned national parks in Northern India. The park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, which is about 130 km from Jaipur.

Once considered as one of the famous and former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, today the Ranthambore National Park terrain is a major wildlife tourist attraction that has drawn the attention of many wildlife photographers and lovers

Ranthambore National Park is among the foremost tiger reserves in the world that shelters the Bengal Tiger species. It is a favorite destination for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. Located in Sawai Madhopur, in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan, Ranthambore Tiger Reserve has emerged as a renowned destination for wildlife tourism in India. Uniquely, the tigers here are active during the day, unlike most tigers that are typically nocturnal.

Given the substantial number of tigers that roam freely within the park, there’s a good chance of spotting one during a visit. These majestic creatures exist nonchalantly in the reserve, so if you’re keen on a close encounter, allowing you to observe them in all their grandeur, then a jungle safari is the way to go. Ranthambore National Park offers safaris for visitors eager to see the tigers in their natural habitat. In addition to the tigers, one might also encounter other wildlife such as leopards, hyenas, wild cats, reptiles, and a variety of birds that call Ranthambore home.


Street Food

India is a country that is rich in nature and culture. There are ample places to explore here and an adequate variety of meals to taste. From street food snacks to the classy platters in reputed restaurants, India is superbly efficient at satisfying your taste buds to the fullest. If you are looking for having a wonderful India Tour, that covers its important attractions, then you must consider availing the Golden Triangle Tour. This tour would provide you with glimpses of India’s wonderful forts or great historical monuments. Another obvious reason to choose the Indian Golden Triangle Tour is the variety of food you would get to taste. Different food with different ingredients, a perfect treat to the tastebuds and soul! 

Given below are the 10 must-have Indian delicacies that you must not skip by any chance on your Golden Triangle Tour to India:

  • Parantha– Parantha is the most common food that you would be able to find being prepared in every second household of India. Indians prefer having Paranthas in the morning for breakfast as it is a kind of healthy and nutritious food. There are many types available in Paranthas, i.e., being stuffed with cauliflower, potatoes, reddish, eggs, and some with even leftover dals. Some varieties of Paranthas are even made with bananas or simply prepared as plain ones, made of wheat flour. 
  • Dum Aloo– Dum Aloo is a kind of side dish, which at times is also considered as a salad while served in the traditional Indian platter. It is made up of baby potatoes, goes well when taken with rice or naan bread. These baby potatoes are simmered in the delicious gravy which is made up of tomatoes, onions, and other Indian traditional spices. 
  • Dosa– This delicacy is the exclusive gift of South India. Dosas are a kind of pancakes, prepared out of fermented batter. The main ingredients used in preparing dosas are rice and black gram. This dish tastes good when served with sambhar (a type of gravy) or yogurt. This delicious dish is affectionately made in Indian households too. 
  • Chana Bhatura– This dish is versatile enough to be served for any meal, i.e., breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even for evening snacks. This could get a bit heavier to your gut, but it is completely normal for the Indians as they often rely on heavy meals. This dish is basically a wonderful combination of chickpea curry and fried bread called bhaturas.
  • Chaat– There are different types of chaats served in India, and this dish could be regarded as the king of all Indian food items. Sev Puri, Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, and many more items are included in the chaat category. Also, Dahi puri, Aloo chaat, Dahi vada are the other chaat types that Indian people enjoy with grace and are loved by tourists too.
  • Biryani– Biryani is a South Asian dish that is prepared using different Indian spices, taking rice as its base. This dish is loved by the majority of Indians and often attracts people outside India. Biryani could be prepared, either way, i.e. veg and non-veg. The typical biryani served in Hyderabad, prepared with rice, spices, and mutton, served with raita is preferred by people across India as well as throughout the world. 
  • Samosa– Just like Chola Bhatura, Samosas can also be served with any meal. This dish is often regarded as one of the most loved dishes by Indians. The Samosas are made by kneading and rolling the white flour dough and then stuffing the dough sheets with potatoes, classic Indian garam masala, onions, chilli powder, and other ingredients.
  • Idli and Sambhar– This is also a south Indian dish, which is famous all over India. Idlis are a kind of steamed pancakes made up of rice flour and are served with a gravy called Sambhar. It is one of the healthiest breakfasts from India as it provides many health benefits. Idlis are usually eaten in the morning or evening, reasonable as a good healthy snack.  
  • Thali– If you are looking for a combo meal, that consists of all the variants you have been looking for in your lunch or dinner, then the Indian thali is the one you must try. Thali is a famous Rajasthani dish, which now is being served in all parts of India. The different food items served in a Thali are a sweet dish (mostly gulab jamun), pickle, rice (mostly steamed rice), two or more types of curries to go with chapati, papad, pickle, buttermilk, raita, chutney, and others. An advantage of taking a thali is, you would get to taste multiple Indian dishes on one platter. 
  • Dal Bati– Dal Bati is a typical Rajasthani dish that is also served all over India. Similar to Thali, Dal Bati is also served like a platter which consists of a semi-sweet dish called Churma, Dal (made a bit spicy), and bati which is deep-fried in the cooking oil. Every Rajasthani (staying in Rajasthan) takes pride in its special dish Dal Bati Churma. 


Culture &


Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, mostly known as Golden Triangle of India, as we explore the icons and discover the secrets of this fascinating region. Experience the history of massive forts, the opulence and splendour of Rajasthan’s palaces, the bustle and buzz of markets and bazaars, and the traditions of a heritage stay. Travel through a land full of contrasts on this compact India tour, jam-packed with unforgettable highlights

1. Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

The tomb stands on a high podium with 17 arched openings on each side giving access to burial chambers. Five linked Baghdadi octagonal chambers house several tombs. The main chamber is the taller one in the center and is roofed by a double dome mounted on a drum. A favorite with Instagrammers, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and defines the capital as one great love of the Mughals.

2. Lotus Temple, Delhi

Delhi’s Lotus Temple is one of the most beautiful sights in the city, especially if you have an eye for architecture. The temple is shaped like a lotus temple, is a Bahai House of Worship, and makes for sensational Instagram photos. It is a notable architectural marvel famous for its unique lotus structure. The temple has won several awards and recognition for its style of building, the concept of religion and the beauty. It is one of the most visited monuments in the world. This is a modern style non-religion oriented temple.

3. India Gate, Delhi

India Gate can be rightly called as Delhi’s Arc-de-Triomphe, and is a war memorial in the heart of the Indian capital. The surrounding area has landscaped gardens and is a bustling picnic spot as well. A late evening stroll here is a good option, for you will get a chance to hobnob with the locals as well.

4. Jama Masjid, Delhi

Located in the proximity to the historic building of Red Fort, Jama Masjid is counted as the largest and the most beautiful mosque in India. Also known as Masjid-i-Jahan Numa, this colossal mosque is located in the Old Deli. Jama Masjid is located close to the hub of the city and is close to the main bazaar of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk. To enter the Jama Masjid, you can use the gates at the northern side and the southern side. The gate at the east remains open only on Fridays and was meant to be the entrance for the rulers in the past. During namaz and Muslim festival time, the whole mosque remains full of people. For the people of other community, specific time is mentioned.

5. Taj Mahal, Agra

Well, this one needs no introduction or description. India’s claim in the Seven Wonders of the World, it is a mammoth structure that will take your heart away. Trust me, do not miss this. It is an architectural piece of refined elegance and superb craftsmanship. It is a dazzling monument in Agra and is one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage.

6. Fathepur Sikri, Agra

While Taj Mahal basks in the glory of all attention in Agra, you really cannot skip Fatehpur Sikri as well. It sees lesser tourists and thus makes for a perfect photographers’ muse. Extremely well-crafted, it is an awe-inducing piece of architecture. It was founded in 1569 by the Great Emperor of the Mughal dynasty Akbar. The palace city atop a rocky ridge, confined within walls on its three sides and a lake in the foreground, was designed by Tuhir Das using Indian principles of art.

7. City Palace, Jaipur

As you touch Jaipur in your Golden Triangle route, it is imperative that you visit the City Palace as well. It is an essential for those into history and stories, for it houses a very impressive collection of curios, photographers, paintings and more from Jaipur’s golden age. What adds more lure to the place is the fact that it was once home to the royals of Rajasthan.

8. Jal Mahal, Jaipur

This place looks more like a painting, set between the shimmering waters of Man Sagar Lake. It is spread over five floors, with four of those underwater! It lies on the road to Amber from the city centre, and you can visit it enroute. While you cannot get across the lake to reach it, a look at it in the evening under a full moon is the stuff that dreams are made of.

9. Hawa Mahal, Jaipur

This is probably the most photographed of all the sites of Jaipur. It is a very interestingly made structure, carved out of red and pink sandstone, and justifying Jaipur’s name as the Pink City. It is quite close to the City Palace, and both can be visited in one go. Much like the rest of Rajasthan, this one also deserves to be captured on camera.

10. Amber Fort, Jaipur

It would not be incorrect to write of Amber Fort as one of the grandest forts in Rajasthan. A mammoth structure, it is very well-kept and sees throngs of visitors all day. It is set in the Aravallis, and was built by Raja Man Singh in 1592. Once in, you can bask in the glory and experience the opulence that the royal family must have lived in during its ruling days.

11. Akshardham Temple, Delhi

This gigantic structure is one of the more recent additions to the landscape of Delhi, built in 2005. The complex comprises of the temple as well, which rises to an impressive 43 m; photographers have a definite opportunity here, especially around late evening when a fountain show takes place in the compound.