India is a land of fairy tales and there are very less countries in the work with such diverse culture. But just visiting palatial palaces and gigantic forts is not enough to get the taste of real Indian splendour. You must live the moments of Indian monarchy to feel the grandeur. But how to do it? Explore India on the luxury trains. There are specific trains which passes through Western and Southern parts of India. If you want to unravel the mysteries of Maharashtra, book your journey on the Deccan Odyssey train.
If you want to salute the courage of the gallant Marathas this vacation, plan a trip on Deccan Odyssey. This 5-star hotel on wheels takes you through the terrains of Maharashtra and Gujarat.
What does it offer?
In short, Deccan Odyssey train offers a royal treatment to its guests. The inviting ambience of the train and unparalleled hospitality of the staff makes your journey immemorial.
- Palace-like interiors keeping a regal vibe,
- Multi-cuisine dining cars serving authentic Maratha cuisines,
- Lounges to get high with friends,
- Conference car to organize business meets,
- On-train SPA to rejuvenate and relax,
- Presidential suites and deluxe cabins to cater to all basic needs of a lavish lifestyle
Deccan Odyssey is an unforgettable experience.
Where does it take?
Deccan Odyssey comes with 6 different tour packages.
- Maharashtra Splendour
This trip starts from Mumbai and from there moves to the wine capital of Nasik. The historic rock cut caves of Ellora and Ajanta Caves are one of the special attractions of the trip. After spending some blissful moments at the pilgrimage of Kolhapur the train enters the fun capital of Goa, where guests spend some exotic moments amidst the crashing waves, high quality food and wine. The trip ends with a visit to the port city of Ratnagiri and then back to Mumbai.
- Indian Odyssey
This trip starts from Delhi, moves through Agra, Ranthambhore National Park, Jaipur and Udaipur in Rajasthan. The last phase of the trip is to Vadodara in Gujarat and Ellora caves in Maharashtra. The trip ends at Mumbai.
- Hidden Treasures of Gujarat
This trip starts from Mumbai, moves through Vadodara, Palitana, Sasan Gir, Somnath, Little Rann of Kutch, Modhera, Patan, in Gujarat and comes back to Mumbai via Nashik.
- Indian Sojourn
This trip also concentrates on Rajasthan and Gujarat, travelling from Mumbai to Vadodara, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Agra, Sawai Madhopur, Jaipur and Delhi.
- Jewels of the Deccan
Starting from the commercial capital of Mumbai, it takes you to the hotspot of Maratha kingdom, Bijapur, Aihole and then moves into South India to help you explore the amazing architecture of Pattadakal and Hampi. On your return trip relish the biryani of Hyderabad, watch out the Ellora and Ajanta Caves and end the trip at Mumbai.
- Maharashtra Trail
This trip completely concentrates on Maharashtra, starting at Mumbai, going through Aurangabad, Ramtek, Tadoba, Ajanta, Nashik and the back to Mumbai.
How long it takes
All the trips of Deccan Odyssey ends in 8 days.
What is the schedule?
In short, Deccan Odyssey is starting its journey from the 2nd week of Nov 2017 and will continue till May 2018. The trip again resumes from October 2018 and continues till May 2019. Guests can make online bookings of Deccan Odyssey train and opt for direct registration on the day of journey.
So explore Maharashtra and Gujarat with elegance this holiday on Deccan Odyssey.