Mumbai is the financial and entertainment capital of India. it is a cosmopolitan city with diverse culture and tradition, food and festivals. Mumbai is the origin of Indian Cinema. It is also called as City of Seven islands and Gateway of India.
Luxury Train in India - Hidden Treasures of Gujarat
Hidden Treasures of Gujarat, assure you an inspiring rail travel experiences with warmest and luxurious hospitality services. The state of the art features encompassed in the train for ensuring maximum comfort and convenience for its guests have transformed the train stunningly beautiful.
The luxury train Deccan Odyssey offers services such as Spa, Gym, Electronic Safe, Individual Climate Control for each cabin, Public Address system, Wi-Fi and dedicated services of a personal attendant.
The well organised luxury train tours in a very clean and comfortable air-conditioned coaches whose designs are based on highlights of the Maratha Kingdom to make their guests travel back to the golden age of Maharashtra.
The very start of your journey on the Blue Limousine will be from Mumbai’s imposing Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), where a red carpet has been laid and a group of dancers both men and women dressed in traditional attire assembles on the platform and performs the lezim, a Maharashtrian folk dance where the entertainment starts colourfully.
Excellent delicacies, a mix of Indian & western choices are served in a quite nice and spacious restaurant adding more merriments to your journey.
Day 1 – Mumbai
Day 2 – Vadodara
The cultural epicentre of Gujarat, Vadodara boasts some of the finest architectural monuments involving the Indo-Islamic styles. Jama Masjid, Champaner Pavagadh Archaeological Park, Maharaja Fatesingh museum, Lakshmi Vilas Palace which is even more sprawling than the Buckingham Palace are the most prominent iconic locations of Vadodara.
Day 3 – Palitana
World’s largest number of temples atop a hill can be visited in Palitana, the sacred place of Jains, which should be visited by every Jain devout at least once in his lifetime. Palitana is in the state of Gujarat, with more than 900 temples built over nine centuries starting from 11th century onwards. The ivory structures built in marbles speak the tradition and culture of the Jainism practiced over many centuries. Palitana is also the world’s only city declared as legally vegetarian.
Day 4 – Sasan Gir (Somnath)
The renowned habitat for the Asiatic Lions is the Sasan Gir which is also suitable for Bird Watching. The interactions with the Guide accompanying you during the safari in the wildlife sanctuary will make your visit a value added one. One of the twelve jyotirlinga temples is situated in Somnath which has been renovated several times after being demolished by the invaders. Witnessing the setting sun washing away the corners of the Somnath temple with its golden hues will be a hilarious experience.
Day 5 - Little Rann of Kutch
The scenic white desert, Little Rann of Kutch is one of the significant tourist attractions of the world. While enjoying the jeep safari in the desert, the visit to the Wild Ass Sanctuary will be a perfect one to watch the huge number of Indian Wild Asses. It will be amazing to watch the exquisite variety of birds as well.
Day 6 – Modhera, Patan
The fortified town known for its forts, palaces and temples is Patan which is also a renowned World Heritage Site. The Sun God temple at Modhera along with the 108 shrines which are the elegant architectural wonders, the 11th century step well, Rani-Ki-Vav are the places a tourist must not afford to miss in Modhera.
Day 7 – Nashik
Visit one of the ancient cities of India famously known for the largest wine producer of the country. Witness the elaborate Hindu Rituals performed along the ghats of the Godhavari river. Roam around the local market where you can buy anything and everything. Tasting some of the wonderful sparkling wines will be the finest part of your visit to Nashik.
Day 8 – Mumbai
Mumbai is the financial and entertainment capital of India. it is cosmopolitan city with diverse culture and tradition, food and festivals. Mumbai is the origin of Indian Cinema. It is also called as City of Seven islands and Gateway of India.