Luxury trains in India has gained a lot of popularity among the tourists travelling to India and they get you in......
Luxury trains in India has gained a lot of popularity among the tourists travelling to India and they get you in style of travelling. Offering all-in-one union of romance of a departed era with modern diplomacy, extravagance rail voyages in India offer supreme ways to discover the true spirit of Indian culture.
The introduction to these trains was given with Palace on Wheels in 1982 and since then luxury trains have accomplished a landmark after another. As the guest, one can relax in his private cabin, takes a drink of a rich cocktail and gazes outside at the spectacular background greeting his eyes, he realizes the incredibility of it all.
Travelers have veteran that travelling 7 days on a Luxury train is better than travelling by any other means. Most travelers feel that spending 7 days on a Luxury train allows them to determine a larger part of India, without having any disturbance of packing and unpacking and checking in and checking out every day.
Palace on Wheels
India's oldest and most famous luxury train, The Palace on Wheels, has been functioning for more than 20 years now, and continues to be the most popular amongst the luxury trains in India. Luxury train aficionados from across the world, travel to India, to knowledge the Palace on Wheels. The Palace on Wheels delivers a delightful involvement of living and travelling like the erstwhile Indian Royalty.
Destinations Included on The Palace on Wheels: New Delhi - Jaipur - Sawai Madhopur - Chittaurgarh - Udaipur -Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Bharatpur - Agra - New Delhi
Departures: Every Wednesday between September and April from New Delhi.
In the South, The Golden Chariot is a luxury tourist train that runs and cover states like Karnataka, Goa, Kerala & Tamil Nadu as well as Pondicherry, depending on the selected itinerary. Golden Chariot was named after the Stone Chariot in the Vitthala Temple at Hampi. It has 19 coaches and all of them are colored in purple and gold and sport the logo of a mythological animal with the head of an elephant and a body of a lion.
Destinations Included on The Golden Chariot: Bangalore – Kabini / Bandipur - Mysore - Hassan - Hospet - Badami - Goa - Bangalore
Departures: Make trips twice a month on Monday between October and February From Bangalore, and once a month departure during the month of March.
The Deccan Odyssey has been in operation from past few years and was modeled on The Palace on Wheels. It travels through the Western Indian states of Maharashtra and Goa and also includes visit to the World Heritage Ajanta and Ellora caves and India's most famous beach destination Goa.
Destinations Included on The Deccan Odyssey: Mumbai – Nashik – Aurangabad-Ellora Caves - Ajanta Caves - Kolhapur - Goa – Sindhudurg- Mumbai
Departures: Total 12 departures in a year.
Royal Rajasthan on Wheels
The Royal Rajasthan on Wheels is a more luxurious and relaxed version of the ever-popular Palace on Wheels and cover the states of Rajasthan. The itinerary of Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, in addition to Rajasthan's highlights also includes North India's high point of Agra, Varanasi and Khajuraho.
Destinations Included on The Royal Rajasthan On Wheels: Delhi - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Chittaurgarh - Sawai Madhopur - Jaipur - Khajuraho - Varanasi- Agra - Delhi
Departures: Every Sunday between October and March from Delhi.
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