Palace on Wheels is voted no.4 luxury train in the world which offers an amazing journey, covering some of the enchanting destinations of the northern and north-western India in 07 nights and 08 days. This itinerary has been intricately crafted for the guests allowing them to experience luxury on board. These handpicked destinations provide opportunities to unfold various forms and colors of nature. The destinations selected are different from each other, representing vibrant colors of India.
“Palace on Wheels” which start and end its single( 7 nights and 8 days ) tour from the Safdarjung Railway Station, New Delhi take it guests on a number of splendid places of golden landscape of Rajasthan such as Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur/Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur/Agra. Experience the rich culture and heritage of India through Palace on Wheels train.
Day 1 Wednesday - Delhi: The National Capital of India
Day 2 Thursday - Jaipur: The Pink City
Day 3 Friday - Sawai Madhopur: / Chittorgarh
Day 4 Saturday - Udaipur: City of Lake
Day 5 Sunday - Jaisalmer: The Golden City
Day 6 Monday - Jodhpur: The Blue City
Day 7 Tuesday - Bharatpur / Agra
Day 8 Wednesday - Delhi New Delhi
Want to explore the incredible beauty of Rajasthan through “Palace on Wheels”, but some questions like booking procedure, arrival & departure, travel documents, do’s and don’ts is turning you off; then worry not, check out the below details of some important information about Palace on Wheels India's first luxury train.Read More
Palace on Wheels is one of the oldest luxury trains running through Rajasthan. While Rajasthan is known for its mighty forts, palatial palaces and warm hospitality, the train is an endeavor to help guests re-live these awe-inspiring features of the state. From the palace-like cabins to the wide range of facilities, Palace on Wheels gives you a complete experience of the Maharaja style of living.Read More
One of India’s magnificent Luxury trains - the Palace on Wheels has 13 Royal Carriages. Each Royal Carriage bears the name of Thirteen precious stones. Each of these consists of three Deluxe Cabins. Each of these cabins are decorated in vibrant furnishings accommodates two individuals (with/ without a baby).Read More