Luxury Train Packages - Indian Panorama
Yet another classic journey in Maharajas Express, aptly coined as Indian Panorama. The Panoramic beauty of the country can be well explored in this journey lasting for 7Nights / 8Days. Travelling through the diverse landscapes of the country gets you an enticingly different experience.
Enjoy the elegance of Taj Mahal, Worship at the ancient Varanasi temple, admire the erotic sculptures at Kajuraho, walk around the forts in Rajasthan and much more to explore in this unique journey Indian Panorama. Get an unforgettable experience in the aesthetically designed Maharajas Express during your journey through the Royal land of Rajasthan. The unparalleled sophistication in the salons promises you an ecstatic experience.
Savor every bit of Rajasthan through the panoramic windows when you travel through the cities. The comfy design of the coaches and the world class services offered by the crew onboard never disappoint any traveler. Most importantly, Maharajas Express houses luxurious SPA, elegantly decorated two dining halls, safari bar with the choicest range of wines to complement the sumptuous delicacies.
Get your time off in Maharajas Express for a world class experience of Regal standards and the awe-inspiring moments cherished forever.
Day 1 - Delhi
The capital of the country, Delhi, a most wanted tourist destination. With magnificent monuments, temples, Delhi claims its ethnicity. At the same time, Delhi is viewed as an ultra modern city for its multicultural living environment with utmost sophisticated skyscrapers and shopping zones.
Day 2 - Jaipur
Jaipur is indeed a visitor’s delight catering to the diverse needs of the tourists ranging from cultural, historical, entertainment, shopping, adventures and business conventions. The excellent planning and unique architecture of this city makes it a remarkably attractive tourist destination.
Day 3 - Ranthambore – Fatehpur Sikri
The precariously balanced arid ecosystem in Ranthambore National Park will enchant the nature lovers and photo fanatics. Home for tigers, Ranthambore is acclaimed as the best park in the country to witness and photograph the movement of tigers.
Fatehpur Sikri is yet another astonishing tourist destination vividly remembered for the power of the Mughal Kingdom. Perfectly preserved, the Buland Darwaza, Jama Masjid and other forts and monuments conjure up to the lifestyles of Mughals at the height of their glory.
Day 4 - Agra – Gwalior
Standing on the right bank of the River Yamuna, Agra astonishes its visitors with the historic Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Taj Mahal, the mausoleum built in white marble is extraordinarily luminescent even on dull days. You will be surprised to see the entire building changing its hue according to the sky light. Beautifully lit in the lights after sunset, Taj appears to float on River Yamuna, watching which will be a lifetime experience for you!
Gwalior retains the tint of Maratha Scindhia dynasty in its forts and palaces, a hard to miss place for the history lovers. The Gwalior fort perched high at the top of the rock, visible from every nook and corner of the city attracts everyone. The Jai Mahal Palace, Man Mandir Palace and Gujari Mahal are some of the other attractions here.
Day 5 - Kajuraho
Lying in a rich, well-watered plain with the striking backdrop of Vindhyan Hills, Kajuraho is the home for the most prominent erotic sculptures and listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The erotic sculptures posing languidly, portrays the feeling of well-being and relaxation. Twenty temples which have been discovered are acclaimed to be the finest in India, admired for the intricate designs and the artistic portrayal.
Day 6 - Varanasi
A symbol of Hindus’ central realities, the city draws pilgrims from around the world to worship and to meditate. The hundred and more ghats on the River Ganges are the main attractions to the tourists. Parswanath Jayanthi and Ganga water Rally are some of the fascinating festivals celebrated here. Enjoy the fragrance of divinity during the Ganga Arthi ritual held every evening on the banks of River Ganges, considered as the most sacred ritual.
Day 7 - Lucknow
The historic monuments built in the Indo-European architecture, portrays the lifestyles of the Mughal Emperors. The Bara Imambara, where you can see world’s one of the huge halls unsupported by the pillars. Rumi Darwaza, State Museum, Botanical Gardens are the other locations of interest in lucknow.
Day 8 - Delhi
Taking you aback with its vibrancy and growth, Delhi still resonates with the bustling sound of the medieval markets. Delhi is a place where you can find narrow alleys nested like a maze and most modern shopping zones where you can buy anything in this world. The classical style of the monuments and the tombs are worth visiting by any travel lover and historians.