Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambore National Park )/Chittorgarh
The Palace on Wheels is meant for discerning travellers who love to be pampered. A journey in this opulent train is a fantabulous thing for luxury seeking travellers to experience the splendour and elegance of the bygone era.
Completely justifying its name, this luxury segment train is a palace moving on tracks taking travellers through the royal land of Rajasthan. Get on board this royal ride to explore the wonders of India in a true imperial way.
Showcasing perfect synthesis of erstwhile maharajas' flamboyant lifestyle and contemporary finesse, the train creates a surreal world for you completely soaked in high-end luxury. Featuring ethnic interior decor, lavish cabins, elegant sitting lounge, a well-stocked bar and gracious hospitality along with other exquisite amenities; the train offers you an ostentatious luxury ride.
Certainly, the Palace on Wheels is an authentic way to explore the true essence of Rajasthan. Ensure yourself a wonderful journey in this India's most revered luxury train.
Destinations to explore during the journey
The capital city of India, Delhi impresses the world with its relics of lost empires, Indo-Gangetic plains, old-age fortifications and Mughal mausoleums. The city's jovial culture mingles perfectly with its incredible history. There is absolutely no dearth of attractions in Delhi. From remarkable pilgrim spots like Chattarpur Mandir, Akshardham Mandir, Hanuman Mandir, Isckon Temple to shopping hubs like Karol Bagh, Janpath, Palika bazaar and Sarojini Nagar, and historical lures like Humayun's Tomb, India Gate and Parliament House; Delhi never lets you take a sigh of boredom.
The pink city of Rajasthan, Jaipur oozes royalty and opulence with numerous forts and palaces dotted here. From impressive Amber Fort to grand City Palace, from astonishing Hawa Mahal to majestic Nahargarh Fort Jaipur sprinkles royalty in the air. Shopping in Jaipur is also a pleasurable activity where one can pick beautiful Rajasthani artefacts and jewellery from local markets like Johari Bazaar and Tripolia Bazaar.
Ranthambore National Park is perhaps the most impressive lure that brings loads of wildlife and nature lovers to Sawai Madhopur. The national park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1957, and in 1974 it was given the protection of 'Project Tiger'
. Thereafter, in 1981 it was declared as a National Park. The park is known for its rich variety of flora and fauna that can be explored by taking a jeep safari.
The 'City of Lakes', Udaipur spellbinds travellers with its irresistible charm. The colourful city of Rajasthan takes you to some impressive wonders of bygone era where you explore striking lakes, regal palaces, imposing havelis, pleasurable gardens, art galleries and museums. Udaipurs attractions like City Palace, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar Lake are caretakers of Rajasthans legendary history.
The Golden City of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer shines bright with hues of gold. Tucked along the Great Indian Desert, the city is home to a remarkable list of historical treasure troves that create a magic. Places like Jaisalmer Fort, Gadi Sagar Lake, Bada Bagh and Patwon-Ki-Haveli let travellers explore the grand heritage of this city closely. Do not miss the chance to take a camel safari to explore the far stretched glittering desert sand that creates beautiful mirage at the horizon.
The city with flamboyant past, Jodhpur portrays the wealth of Rajasthans celebrated past where many rulers ruled. Home to more than its fair share of historical wonders like Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace and many others, the city is a true exemplar of Rajasthani traditions and cultures. Jodhpur is also known for serene escapes like Balsamand Lake, Kaylana Lake and Mandore gardens, which are ideal to indulge with nature.
A beautiful destination to escape the worldly chaos, Bharatpur showers you with endless nature and wildlife. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is the most popular attraction here where 350 species of birds dwell. Other popular attractions here like Government Museum, Deeg Fort and Iron Fort stand high as great testimony of rich history of the region.
Home to the epitome of love, Taj Mahal, Agra is loved by travellers of all age groups and likes. The city takes you down the memory lanes where you explore some astonishing facets of Indian history buried in monuments like Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. However, Taj Mahal, one the Seven Wonders of the World, remains the most renowned attraction here.