Palace On Wheels Train

Delhi - Jaipur - Sawai Madhopur - Chittorgarh - Udaipur - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Bharatpur - Agra - Delhi (7 Nights / 8 Days)

Rajasthan is known for its past filled with majestic and royal stories, chivalry filled prince, beauty bestowed princess and priceless war. There is a rich heritage, culture and wildlife mix in this place and you ought to take a ride into this urban paradise. This tour takes about 7 nights and 8 days. This tour starts in Delhi and ends at the same railway station. It takes you to Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur (the city of lakes), Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bharatpur and Agra before entering Delhi railway station. The best season to take this tour is between October and April. This is when the sun’s hot rays are tamed with monsoon rainfall. The temperature would be cool and pleasant with the natural elements being in their prime beauty. This tour covers a total of 2411 km.

Timings for Check In and Check Out :
  • Check In : 4:30 PM at Safdarjung Railway Station New Delhi
  • Check out : 07:15 AM at Safdarjung Railway Station New Delhi

Do you have a fantasy of travelling in an ornamented, graceful and indulgent cabin that fits kings who rode elegant elephants? You ought to enjoy this luxury train, Palace on Wheels. This train is decorated based on the cabins that were used by the royal families of India. This is one of the authentic ways of exploring the royal reign of Rajasthan. Rajasthan was ruled by the Rajputs who had a mesmerizing taste for beauty and architecture. You can find many exotic forts, palaces and other structures during your vacation.

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About The Train


The cabins are designed based on how they used to be when royal families of India rode the old train. These cabins have a décor of priceless stones, silk, antique upholstery and royal hue.


The train includes two restaurants, each possessing a stylish décor. The restaurants have a seating arrangement in groups of twos and fours. The guests aboard can savour sumptuous food of Indian (especially Marwari) and other popular world cuisine (such as Continental and European). Along with the option of table d’hôte meals, a part of the Palace on Wheels tariff, it also has an option of an extensive a la carte menu.

Following are the two restaurants:

  • Maharaja Restaurant
  • Maharani Restaurant

These restaurants also have in- house bars, serving a variety of both, alcoholic and non- alcoholic beverages of both Indian and International brands.

The Palace on Wheels has:
  • 14 saloons named after provinces in Rajasthan like Alwar, Dholpur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur and others. Each coach has décor that is inspired from royal décor.
  • Channel music system, intercom and other services
  • Mini pantry and two restaurants
  • Personal assistant
  • Attached bathroom

Sitting Lounge

There is a sitting longue in the train where you can rest and admire the sceneries that run past you. You can also have friendly chats with fellow passengers here.


There is a spa in the train where you can enjoy many kinds of massages and skin treatments from specialists.

Other Facilities

The other facilities are the luggage collection :- free internet, mineral water, welcome kit, newspapers, security and others.

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