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Palace On Wheels Schedule

Safderjung, New Delhi

Safderjung Railway Station,Day 1

You would start your foray on Palace on Wheels from Delhi and for this you have to reach the Safadarjung Railway Station. At the station, you would be given a warm traditional Indian welcome. Your reporting time would be 16.00 hrs and the train would start at 18:30 hrs. This would give you ample time to explore the train and become friendly with co passengers. The train promises to carry the regal legacy of the olden times. You would experience the same as the Kings used to experience on their travel. The well laid out deluxe coach with all the premium facilities would make your Palace on Wheels tour travel an extraordinary experience.

jaipur city, Rajasthan

Jaipur: The Pink City,Day 2

The city of Jaipur, popularly known as the Pink City and is situated 258 km from Delhi. The train would arrive at 02.00 hrs in Jaipur and would halt for a considerable time as you would be able to cover various destinations in the city. The first could be Hawa Mahal, a frescoed red stone palace, which was made for the queens to watch the royal processions on road. It was a part of the City Palace but over a period of time it is considered a separate attractions. Next to Hawa Mahal is the famous City Palace. City Palace is a perfect blend of traditional Rajasthan architecture and Mughal architecture. It would take approximately 2 hrs to explore the palace. We would go in a Palace hotel for lunch which would serve some best dishes of its menu card.

Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

Sawai Madhopur: /Chittorgarh,Day 3


Chittaurgarh, the land of romance and valour, is an old city extending the tradition of Rajasthan. It is not just another ruined citadel, it is a symbol of bravery in Rajasthan. Chittaurgarh was invaded three times and on each occasion, the ritual of 'Jauhar', which involved throwing oneself into raging fire or a well, as the case may be, to be spared humiliation at the hands of the enemy, was performed. The first instance was in 1303, when Allauddin Khilji, Sultan of Delhi, coveted the famous Rajput beauty, Rani Padmini. Padmini led the Jauhar, rather than submit to dishonour. The second instance, was in 1533, when the Sultan of Gujarat attacked Bikramjeet of Chittaur. Rani Karnavati led the Jauhar, in which many women and children were killed. Then Chittaur was attacked 33 years later, in 1568, when the Mughal emperor Akbar, took the town. Once again, the fort was defended heroically but once again, the odds were overwhelming and the women performed jauhar, the fort gates were flung open and 8000 orange clad warriors rode out to their deaths.

Udaipur: City of Lake

Udaipur: City of Lake,Day 4

Udaipur is a beautiful city housing enchanting lakes and surrounded by the lush hills of the Aravalis. Udaipur was a jewel of Mewar kingdom which was ruled by the Sisodia dynasty for 1200 years. There is an interesting legend associated with the foundation of the city which says that Maharana Udai Singh, the founder of the city, went on hunting one day when he came across a holy man meditating on a hill facing the Lake Pichola. The hermit showered his blessings on the Maharana and advised him to build a palace at this suitably located spot with a fertile valley watered by the stream, a lake, an favourable altitude and an amphitheatre of low mountains. Thus, Maharana founded the city in 1559 AD and today, the splendid city of Udaipur stands gracefully reflecting the enchanting architectural glory of the gone era.

Jaisalmer: The Golden City

Jaisalmer: The Golden City,Day 5

Just like other cities in the state, Jaisalmer also carries the spirit of Rajasthan. It is an exotic and mesmerizing town, that attracts loads of tourists. Jaisalmer, an important ancient trading center because of its strategic location on the camel trade routes, is often described as the 'golden city'. The havelis, built by merchants of the 19th century, are exquisitely carved from golden-yellow sandstone and are still in a beautiful condition. The fort built by Rawal Jaisal in the 12th century, stands on the 80 metre high Trikuta hill, with beautifully carved Jain temples and parks in Jaisalmer. We providing jaisalmer travel package and jaisalmer tour.

Jodhpur: The Blue City

Jodhpur: The Blue City,Day 6

Jodhpur is situated amidst the sand dunes and thorny vegetation of Thar desert. The city of Jodhpur was founded by Rao Jodhaji in 1459 AD and was on the silk route of the 16th century, hence was host to a number of travelers. It has a fort, 120 metres above the plain which overlooks the imperial city of Jodhpur. The beautiful Jodhpur city is encircled by a 10 km long wall with eight gates serving as entrances. The new city is settled around this walled area. Jodhpur, has some exquisite palaces, forts, temples and havelis, which stand signifying the imperial grandeur. Jodhpur is known for its traditional lifestyle, festivity and the warm people who have preserved this former princely state.

Bharatpur/ Agra

Bharatpur/ Agra,Day 7

Bharatpur is situated 55 km away from Agra and is best known for its bird sanctuary, the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, which is rich in avian variety and is one of its kind in Asia. Every year the rare Siberian cranes migrate here to spend the winter in the warmer climate of Bharatpur. Bharatpur was founded by Maharaja Suraj Mal in 1733 AD and is also known as 'The Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan'. Bharatpur was earlier known as Mewat and was constructed in a manner that it remained fortified. It was named Bharatpur after 'Bharat', the brother of Lord Rama, whose other brother Laxman was worshiped as the family deity of the Bharatpur. We offering bharatpur bird sanctuary tour and bird sanctuary tour.

Delhi Safderjung jn.

Delhi: New Delhi,Day 8

This would be your last stop in Delhi. From here, you would depart to your onward journey. The capital of India, Delhi, is the third largest city of India. A fusion of the ancient and the modern, standing along the West End of Gangetic Plain, Delhi, revels a picture rich in culture, architecture and human diversity. It has rich history, monuments, museums, galleries, gardens and exotic shows, truly representing India. Delhi comprises of Old Delhi and New Delhi, both very different from each other but providing a rich blend of past and the present to this capital city of India. The city is strewn with pieces of Mughal and British architecture. Delhi has many hustling and bustling bazaars, where you can find all sorts of goods and items.