Indian Maharajas' Train is a luxury train in India introduced by Indian Railways catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC). A traveler gets an amazing opportunity to Experience royalty but running on wheels. Indian Luxury Train has four cabins Deluxe Cabin, Presidential Suite, Suite and Junior Suite. It also has Lounge Bar and Restaurants. All cabins are designed so beautifully that if one sees through the window, one can enjoy beautiful landscapes. Indian Luxury Train has allover red carpet and interiors are designed keeping in mind the Indian Royal Heritage.
The Golden Triangle India Tour Package is indeed one of the best travel experiences the country has to offer as it covers the most iconic cities i.e. Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. While the national capital has tourists flocking from every corner of the world, Agra and Jaipur also get their fair share of popularity. Thanks to the world-renowned monuments and spectacular edifices that they house. If you also want to traverse the golden triangle circuit of India, then you should do it in style. While anyone can access these places via road, the real charm of the journey lies in traveling on in a train. And what better way than to travel on the ‘world’s leading luxury train’, The Maharajas’ Express. All the four Maharajas’ Express itineraries cover the golden triangle circuits in their own ways.
The Indian Splendour: Check in at Delhi Safdarjung Railway Station for a delightful welcome and then head straight to Agra where you can feast your eyes over the magical vistas of the setting sun against the backdrop of the splendid Taj. End the first day with a rejuvenating spa or watch an enthralling performance of Mohabbat the Taj Show. Visit the historic Agra Fort the next morning and arrive in Jaipur towards the end of the day. Start the day on a beautiful note with a visit to the sprawling Amer Fort followed by a tour of the City Palace and JantarMantar. Alternatively, you can explore the bazaars in the evening or just enjoy a refreshing spa. Dinner will be at the opulent Rambagh Palace post which the train proceeds to Bikaner.