Tourists come to India from all over the world. India is a trendy tourist destination and foreign tourists want to experience the many tours around the Indian subcontinent. India has many tours to offer the discerning tourist and all parts of the country from north to south and east to west have something unique and enjoyable to offer to all tourists. The golden triangle tour is a very popular tour, which is adopted by many travelers. This tour covers the capital city of New Delhi, home to the magnificent Taj Mahal, Agra and the “pink city”, Jaipur. There is another version of this three city tour and it is the Golden Triangle tour with the Pushkar Fair. This tour covers the three cities mentioned above and allows travelers to enjoy the world famous Pushkar Camel Fair, a traditional fair and one of the last, which takes place in Pushkar, Rajasthan, every year in November.

The tour starts with tourists arriving at Delhi International Airport and then heading to their hotels. The day is spent sightseeing in Delhi and guests are taken through the bustling street of Old Delhi, famous for its historical monuments. The Red Fort, Chandini Chowk, Jama MAsjid, India Gate, Qutub Minar, President’s House and Birla Temple are some of the attractions that tourists visit while in Delhi. After a good night’s sleep, tourists set out for Agra on the highway that is 203 kilometers away from Delhi.

Upon reaching Agra, tourists head to visit the Red Fort and the Taj Mahal. After spending the night in Agra, guests are taken to Jaipur by road and stop at Fatehpur Sikri on the way. The next day, tourists are taken to see the impressive Amber Fort, which is situated on a ridge outside the city of Jaipur. The traditional elephant ride to climb the fort is organized for the guests. This fort was built in the 18th century and took almost 100 years to complete. After lunch, tourists are taken to see the other Jaipur attractions like City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal and Ram Nivas Garden.

The next day, guests drive in the morning to reach Pushkar, where they camp at the Pushkar Camel Fair site. The next day, tourists spend the entire day at the fair enjoying the fun and amusement that is part of the traditional fair, which brings together farmers, cattle, traders and villagers from all over Rajasthan. Pushkar’s annual camel fair attracts many farmers who bring their camels and other livestock with them to trade.

The next day, guests depart for Ajmer from Pushkar, where they spend the entire day touring the city. Lake AnaSagar and the Dargah of Saint Khwaja Moinudin Chisti are visited and in the evening guests head to the railway station where they board a train to Delhi from where they head to their respective destinations.

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