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Beautifully crafted with a royal style blended with contemporary concept, the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels is one of the splendid trains which provide a soul driving experience. This rail-craft allows a room for 14 passenger coaches; out of which 13 of them are equipped with 3 deluxe saloons on each, while the last coach is blessed with a super deluxe saloon named Taj Mahal.

Tariffs Royal Rajasthan on Wheels Cost October 2017 & April 2018 :

Occupancy Type

Price in US$


Super Deluxe Saloon (Suite)

USD 11200

Per Person per journey

Deluxe Saloon (Twin Sharing)

USD 4130

Per Person per journey

Deluxe Saloon (Single Occupancy)

USD 5775

Per Person per journey


Luxury Facilities

The luxury train carries some real sophisticated facilities in it & whose standard equilibrates with the train name.

There are two restaurants in the train namely "Seesh Mahal" and "Swarn mahal" serves exclusively Chinese & Continental food in a royal & classy ambience. The two retro-lounges serves finest liquor and world class wine to the passengers. As compensation to your long journey's tiresomeness; the luxury train is adorn with its wonderful spa facilities where travelers can enjoy good relaxation & rejuvenation by expert massage & spa therapists.

Train Journey/ Route

Delhi - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Sawai Madhopur - Jaipur - Khajuraho - Varanasi - Agra - Delhi

Your grand journey in this magnificent train starts from the Capital of India "Delhi"; from where it takes you to the adventurous excitement of Ranthombore which is followed by the enchanting place of Udaipur. From Udaipur the train takes you to the legendry palaces of Jaipur and over passing this historic destination of Rajasthan, you reach the spiritual town of Varanasi. With all these exploration, your journey comes to an end at Agra where you ultimately discover the wonder of the World, the Taj Mahal!



Udaipur, the "City of Palaces"
Ranthambore National Park
Jaipur, "The Pink City"
Khajuraho, "City of Tamples"
Varanasi, "The Holy City "
The "Taj Mahal" in Agra

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