What Makes Rajasthan Luxury Train Journeys in India That Different !
Rajasthan Luxury Train started its journey in the year 2009 and now it provides luxury train for trips. The train has 14 coaches that are exclusively for the passengers coupled with not less than three saloons in each coach. In these saloons, the decor, furnishing and other element give the look of a royal palace. Designed to provide restaurants and lounges, spa, internet services, and other facilities make it perfect package for pleasure.
Royal Rajasthan Train leaves Safdarjung station in the morning at 4:30. It starts in Delhi and the guest is greeted with cultural customs coupled with a warm welcome drink.
The next day morning the Royal Express Train halts at Jodhpur where one can have a wonderful breakfast in the train. Here one has the privilege to visit forts, epic scenic places and lot more. One can have lunch in any hotel provided on the itinerary, whereas the dinner is served onboard while being En-route towards Udaipur.
The train arrives in Udaipur in the morning and departs by 2:30 PM in the afternoon. One can have the pleasure to visit numerous palaces, lakes and other lavishing places for lunch or head to the crystal gallery which is the lucrative spot for travelers. By evening that train enters Chittorgarh where one can find the Gomukhi reservoir, Rana Kumbha Palace and attend another culture program. The train leaves around 10:00 p.m. night.
At 5 a.m. in the morning, the train enters Ranthambore where one can visit the National Park. Few forts in this area might arouse the interest of the traveler. The train leaves for Jaipur and reaches the same by 1:00 p.m. in the afternoon. Hawa Mahal and Amber Fort are generally preferred by most travelers.
The train reaches Khajuraho after leaving Jaipur by 10:00 p.m. night. Here, the 9th-century temples are the main source of attraction where one can enjoy the artefacts at the museum.
At Day 6, the train reaches the oldest city of the world, Varanasi by 6 a.m. Here the guess can witness the people performing rituals on river Ganga. One can visit many temples and find the eternal bliss under their shade.
The last destination is Agra where one can visit the Taj Mahal along with the other important destinations such as Agra Fort. The trip ends by reaching Delhi on Day 8, in the morning.