The name of Rajasthan itself evokes vivid images of magnificent palaces and majestic forts. Its vibrant culture, which is full of enchanting folklore, interesting traditions and exquisite cuisine, adds to its extraordinary charm. Scenic lakes, imposing monuments, the allure of the desert, and renowned art and culture come together to form this magical realm. To make a trip to this imperial state even better, tourists can take a ride on Royal Rajasthan on Wheels. Giving travellers a taste of a kingly lifestyle, this train goes on a memorable journey through various cities of Rajasthan along with Varanasi and Agra.
The luxurious saloons on board are elegantly done in a style, which reminds of the era of kings and queens. Extravagant meals can be enjoyed at any of the two restaurants, namely Sheesh Mahal and Swarn Mahal. These multi-cuisine restaurants don spectacular interiors, wherein the chefs prepare sumptuous dishes. Passengers can taste the finest wines and other beverages at the bars, adjoined to the restaurants. While travelling on the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels train, guests can enjoy relaxing spa therapies in a coach, specially dedicated to this purpose.
All passengers board the train at Safdarjung Railway Station in New Delhi. This train makes its first stop in Jodhpur, where the famous Mehrangarh Fort is situated. The next destination on the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels journey is the city of lakes, Udaipur. Ostentatious palaces, revered temples and stately mansions are worth seeing in the city. Moving forward, passengers deboard at Chittorgarh, a city narrating the saga of the valour, sacrifice and determination of the courageous Rajputs. After allowing travellers a visit to Chittorgarh Fort, the train leaves for its next destination, Sawai Madhopur, the home of Ranthambore National Park.
Also while here, tour participants visit the impressive Ranthambore Fort and holy Amareshwar Mahadeo temple. The next destination is Jaipur, where guests get to witness the splendour of Hawa Mahal and City Palace. Day five is dedicated to a tour of the Khajuraho Group of Monuments, situated in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Next on the expedition, people move to the holy city of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. One of the holiest destinations in the world, Varanasi is a treasure trove of temples and Ganga ghats. The second last day of the journey includes a visit to the world-famous Taj Mahal in Agra.
The Royal Rajasthan on Wheels train is a complete package of sightseeing, and accommodation in utmost luxury.