India is a colorful land where old charm and new developments mingle in harmony. It is a great travel destination full of heritage monuments, modern day shopping malls, ancient pilgrimage sites, museums and a lot more. So why to miss the opportunity of exploring this myriad land in real luxury and comfort? Royal Rajasthan on Wheels takes you for a tour of India where you will get to see the beautiful sights of India while resting back in your luxury cabins designed in the form of Maharaja Style. Lavish carpeted floors, intricate furniture, artistic décor, basic to luxury amenities and multi-cuisine restaurants make your mobile vacation in Royal Rajasthan on wheels a truly memorable one. Have a look at the destinations covered by the train:
It is not only the capital of India, but also the epicenter of political, social, cultural and religious evolution India has gone through. The forts, monuments, museums, and ancient religious sites juxtaposed with towering corporate builds, residential complexes and high-end shopping malls narrate the saga of old and new India. a stay in Delhi mesmerizes one with its rich fusion of historical past and glorious present.
Also known as the Pink City of India, Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan. With its innumerable sagas of victory and defeat of Rajput princes, jaipur draws a touching picture of ancient royal India. Majestic forts and palaces, old bazaars and colorful ancient buildings spotted all over the city make it a perfect destination for a princely vacation.
If anybody wishes to go deep into the wilderness of nature and come close to the big cat’s family, then Ranthambore National Park in the district of Sawai Madhopur is the perfect place to be. Previously known as the hunting ground of the Maharajas, the park is now an abode for tigers and various other animal and bird species. Easy spotting of tigers here has attracted lots of animal lovers and wildlife photographers from all across the world.
Also known as the Land of Braves, Chittorgarh reverberates with the history of heroism and sacrifice made by the Rajput warriors of Rajasthan. Stories of the past still swing inside and outside the castles, forts and palaces. A trip to Chittorgarh will drive one to the bygone days when the Rajput warriors fought against their enemies to restore the pride of their land.
This is no doubt an international destination which till date has attracted hundreds of international celebrities. The city is set amidst the Aravalli Ranges which adds to its picture perfect beauty. The tranquil and splendid Pichola Lake in Udaipur is the most romantic spot where a boat ride will take one to a world of sheer romance and solitude. And Vity Palce in the midst of Lake Pichola is a sight not to be missed during a vacation in Udaipur.
The city of golden sands, Jaislamer draws the attention of thousands of international travelers throughout the year. Camel safari on the Thar Desert is a magical way to enjoy the vibrancy of Jaisalmer. The safari seems to come out straight from the fables of Arabian Nights. Hospitable and simple locals, historical sites, rich tradition and local markets come together to fascinate an individual with the myriad beauty of Jaisalmer.
Better known as the Sun City, Jodhpur in Rajasthan is full of dazzling forts and palaces. It is the second largest city in the state which unfolds scenic beauty and mesmerizing landscape. The majestic Mehangarh Fort stands still with its rich history to attract thousands of travelers from all corners of the world.
A bird paradise in true sense of its term, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is the abode to more than 350 species of birds. For travelers it is the best place to watch various species of birds under one umbrella.
one of the most historical cities in the world tourism map, Agra is the home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Located on the banks of Yamuna River, Agra is a land that narrates the tales of Mughals who ruled India for hundreds of years. A trip to Agra will leave one speechless with the majestic white marbled Taj Mahal and red sandstone Agra Fort.