Except for Indian Panorama, rest four itineraries crisscrosses through Sawai Madhopur-home to the famous Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and the only wildlife destination covered by Maharajas’ Express. Ranthambore is counted among the 41 tiger reserves located in India. Tourists coming to this wildlife sanctuary has the highest probability of spotting royal predators (tigers). Since Ranthambore National Park is covered in four different journeys offered by this Indian luxury train, let’s have a look at the activities scheduled for sightseeing of this place.
Indian Splendor, Day 3 (Ranthambore-Jaipur)
During Indian Splendor, on the 3rd day, Maharajas’ Express halts nearby the precincts of the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. The morning safari is scheduled during the 1st half of the day 3 following which you will return back on board for brunch and the train will start rolling towards Jaipur.
Heritage of India, Day 7 (Ranthambore-Fatehpur Sikri)
As the name of the tour itinerary itself explains, the 7th day of the Heritage of India journey will begin with the exploration of wildlife heritage in Rajasthan. Watch tiger leisurely wandering in the sun, listen sweet chirping of the birds and deers gorging themselves with green grass. After wildlife exploration, head towards Fatehpur Sikri-the abandoned Mughal city.
Gems of India & Treasures of India(Day 3 & 2 respectively)
Both these itineraries of Maharajas’ Express cover the golden triangle circuit of North India- Delhi, Agra and Jaipur-with a halt in Ranthambore National Park. Enjoy an exciting game drive in the Ranthambore National Park and spot the elusive royal cats.
One of the ways to enhance the guest experience of Maharajas Express Indian Panorama itinerary could be to include wildlife halts in either Bandhavgarh or Kanha as it covers various destinations in Madhya Pradesh.