The National Capital Region (NCR) that comprises Delhi, Noida and Gurgaon forms the centre of golf in Northern India or golf in Delhi & Around. With classics such as the Delhi Golf Club, which has ancient monuments on its grounds to world class golf courses such as the DLF & Jaypee Greens Golf Resort, many golf courses are within an hour’s reach from Delhi.

Perhaps the best part about Golfing in Delhi & Around is the fact that golf can be combined with the best sights of the famous Golden Triangle (Delhi, Agra and Jaipur). In addition to the golf courses around Delhi, the Rambagh Palace Golf course in Jaipur is an interesting and reasonably well maintained layout.

There can never be enough time if one has to experience even a small sample of the heady mix of the culture, history, monuments and cuisine that the Golden Triangle of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur has to offer. While the Taj Mahal continues to be the calling for tourists from all over the world, there are enough and more awe-inspiring monuments. The ancient cities of Rajasthan like Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer take you back in time with royal palaces & incredible forts. Varanasi, considered as the cultural capital of India is a short flight away from Delhi as is Khajuraho, the town for the magnificent temples with renowned erotic sculptures.

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Explore Delhi’s attractions from the Red Fort to the Lotus temple. Take a day trip to Agra or stay overnight for a more leisurely tour. After Fatehpur Sikri, travel to the land of palaces & forts – Rajasthan. Start with Jaipur and include Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. If you’re lucky you could catch sight of a tiger at the Ranthambore National Park. Varanasi, Khajuraho and Orcha are also possible extensions.


GETTING THERE: Delhi is the national capital of India and also has the largest Airport with the most number of International flights flying into this airport. Delhi is a large airport and has good connections to both short & long haul destinations. Within the country, there are various low-cost airlines between major cities and larger towns so it is easy to fly domestically.

Travelling within India by Road & Rail: India is a large country and it is not recommended to do very long journeys by road within the country. National highways are generally in good condition. Self-drive is not recommended as the road rules are not necessarily followed and can seem chaotic for foreigners used to more stringent road rules. Chauffeured transfers are recommended.

The railway network is government owned and is a good way to see the country by taking overnight trains. However, train tickets are in high demand and many times if you don’t book way in advance, you will not be able to get a confirmed booking.

Delhi – Agra is 3 hours by an express train or 4 hours via the Delhi-Agra highway.  Jaipur is a few hours drive from Agra. Within Rajasthan, the journey’s can be done by train or as a road trip. 

CURRENCY: Indian Rupee (INR) | Avg Currency Value: 1 USD = 67 INR (Currency Converter)

VISA: Most nationalities require a visa in advance to enter India. Foreign Nationals coming to India are required to possess a genuine and valid national passport or any other internationally recognized travel document establishing his/her nationality and identity and bearing photograph of the foreigner. Nepal and Bhutan nationals if entering India by land or air from the Nepal or Bhutan border respectively do not require a passport for entering into India. However, they are required to possess, authorized identity proof. Further, if they are entering India from a place other than their own country then possession of their national passport is a must. 

Recently, the Govt of India has introduced Tourist Visa-on-Arrival which will be valid for entry and stay in to India within the period of its validity subject to conditions specified. The Immigration officer may grant single entry Tourist Visa-on-Arrival up to 30 days to nationals of Finland, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Laos, Myanmar, and Indonesia.The Tourist Visa on arrival with a maximum validity of 30 days with single entry facility will be provided by the Immigration officer at Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kochi, Trivandrum and Goa Airports and NOT in any other Immigration Check Posts (ICPs).

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