India is incredible with its breathtakingly natural beauty and architectural gems. Explore this fascinating land with a luxurious journey on Maharaja Express. Enjoy a luxurious train journey over Maharaja Express without feeling any stress.
Maharaja Express brings to you the flavour of a royal life on wheels, which existed during the monarchical rule in India. The elegant salons and placid dining halls seem to be a part of the palaces rather than of a train.
You can voyage on any of the five itineraries offered by Maharaja Express. While three of the itineraries take you to a Golden Triangle trip of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi, be at Maharashtra, Varanasi and Khajuraho with the rest two itineraries.
7 Nights / 8 Days
Oct to Apr
2591 kms approx
Cabins are the most glamorous part of the train. As you step into a cabin, you feel absolutely at home. Also known as carriages, Maharaja Express comes with 14 guest cabins and can hold up to 88 passengers. The grandeur of every cabin gets reflected in the names; these cabins are named after precious stones, like Moti, Heera, Neelam, Feeroza, Monga and Pokhraj.
Whether you are a single traveller or a group, Maharaja Express has customised cabins for all. While the Presidential Suite (Navaratna) spans over a whole carriage with couple of bedrooms, private bath, drawing room and a dining room, the Deluxe Suite, Junior Suite and Suite are for lesser number of passengers.
Besides round the clock room service, each suite is self-sufficient with Wi-Fi facility, LCD televisions, telephones with ISD facility, soft beds, DVD players, modern bathrooms with toiletries and bath tub; the electronic safety deposit is there to ensure utmost security of the incumbents.
Hence the amenities of the cabins of Maharaja Express include:
The dining car of Maharaja Express is regal in every way. There are two dining cars at the train; one is the Mayur Mahal and the other is the Ranga Mahal.
Mayur Mahal is known for its classic ambience and wide range of delicacies, the Rang Mahal is gorgeous and best place to relish vivid platters of world cuisines; both the dining cars can accommodate 42 passengers. The taste of food increases when served on fine Limoges plates and gold and silver lined cutlery is provided.
The Safari Bar is another interesting part of the Maharaja Express. With its stock of quality drinks and tangy, crispy snacks, it enlivens your spirit after a long day of sightseeing. The décor of the bar is also exhilarating with adventure motifs, supporting its name. The drinks become more enjoyable when served in hand cut crystalline glasses. Last but not the least; food and drinks are served by staff in traditional Indian costumes, giving a feel of the bygone era.
Hence travel on Maharaja Express just not for comfort and luxury but to bask in the real life of the Indian kings along with witnessing their land, palaces and forts.