Travel Aboard Maharajas’ Express for a Pan India Tour
Why Maharajas’ Express Train is renowned as a pan India luxury tourist train among the globetrotters? Well, the three weeklong itineraries offered by this Indian luxury train could best give the answer for the aforementioned question. The recent refurbishing of Maharajas’ Express by IRCTC has led to the creation of five new itineraries which include 3 pan India tours and 2 golden triangle journeys.
While Indian Panorama, Indian Splendor and Heritage of India brings to fore the royal, cultural and spiritual facet of India, Gems of India and Treasures of India encapsulates the rich heritage of India in a nutshell. For a full fledged experience of luxury tours to India, the 3 pan India journeys offered by Maharajas’ Express is by far the most opulent option available for you.
Gateway of India
Talking about Indian Splendor, the meticulously crafted itinerary lasting for 168 hours, takes guests on a whirlwind tour across erstwhile princely states of Rajasthan and Gujarat along with a halt in Agra. The weeklong Indian Splendor journey covers maximum destinations of Rajasthan which include Jaipur, Ranthambore, Bikaner, Jodhpur and Udaipur.
Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
All these aforementioned destinations will acquaint you with the account of bygone Rajputana splendor while strolling through the history laden corridors of various forts and palaces sprinkled across Rajasthan. The inclusion of Ranthambore comes as a contrast in comparison to other destinations of Rajasthan included in this Maharajas’ Express itinerary. The crescendo of this weeklong tour conjures up in Balasinor where guests will enjoy rendezvous with royal family over a lavish lunch.
Amber Fort, Jaipur
Next pan India itinerary of Maharajas’ Express is Heritage of India. The weeklong journey covers destinations which include Ajanta, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaipur, Ranthambore, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra. Each of the destination included in Heritage of India itinerary brings to fore the imposing edifices and architectural marvels built during the reign of Rajput, Mughal and British alike. A visit to the rock-cut caves of Ajanta and Ellora will present before travelers the perfect picture of cultural harmony between Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.
Khajuraho Western Group
Last but not the least, there is Indian Panorama which offers glimpse of myriad facets of Indian architecture, culture and spirituality. Right from pinkish edifices of Jaipur, the holy Ghats of Varanasi to the sensuous stone temples of Khajuraho, the weeklong Indian Panorama journey brings out the best of Indian diversity and its rich heritage.
Though there are still so many untouched aspects which describe the sheer diversity of India but these three pan-India journeys coupled with the royal experience provided on board Maharajas’ Express will certainly give you a contended feel of India holidays.
July 13, 2012 Friday at 9:44 am