8 Days in India’s Golden triangle Price Breakdown

My trip was not expensive in my opinion. If you want to fly to india… do the golden triangle by yourself or with a friend, then go home happy, this is a pretty good guide to follow.

Disclaimer: Prices given are correct at the time of posting this and are for a trip in May. 

All hotels are booked on Booking.com. All trains booked on Cleartrip. All prices are in GBP. 

Return Flights to India from Heathrow = £380 return flights London Heathrow – Delhi. Booked on Travelsupermarket.com.

2 Nights In Delhi – 3* Aman continental – £46

Train from Delhi to Agra. 1st class air conditioning – £13.50 (2hrs 40mins)

1 Night in Agra –  3* Mumtaz Mahal – £15

Train from Agra to Jaipur – 1st class air conditioning – £13.50 (4hrs 50mins) (train was delayed and I bought a taxi including stop off in Fatehpur Sikri – £60

3 Nights in Jaipur – 5* Hilton Jaipur – £140

Train from Jaipur to Delhi – 1st class air conditioning – £18.00 (Approx 5hrs)

2 Nights in Delhi – 5* The park New Delhi – £140

Spending money for food, water, Tuk Tuks, Guides and entry fees over the 8 days – Approx £100. (Could be much cheaper but i wanted to give the people more) If you were being stingy it would easily be under £50)

Total = £926!

My trip with everything was under a thousand pound. I was very happy with that. I also bought Gold and trainers which did make it more expensive but that’s optional of course.

I hope you found this helpful. Any questions please comment and I will answer ASAP.

Big love, Louise x




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