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  • Individual Temperature Control system in each room
  • LCD Screens with live TV in each room
  • DVD Player in each room
  • Direct Dial Telephones in each room
  • Panoramic size windows in each room
  • Longer beds than any other international trains. Length is 6’8′
  • Large en suite bathroom in each room
  • Wifi enabled in each room
  • Bathtubs in higher categories
  • Brand new train built from scratch with state of the art technology and facilities like air cushioning of coaches
  • Longest train ever with 14 coaches for accommodation and 2 separate restaurant cars which can seat all guests in a single seating
  • 2 Bar lounges
  • Dining at Jambughoda Palace
  • Supper or Hi tea at the royal house of Vadodara, Laxmi Niwas Palace
  • Royal Lunch at the Durbar hall in Udaipur’s City Palace
  • Barbecue at the Mehrengarh Fort
  • Royal pageant experiences with canopied camel carts accompanied by musicians take guests to enjoy champagne with barbecue canapés and the sunset amid the sand dunes
  • Elephant Polo with Cocktail lunch/dinner
  • Evening aarti at the ghats of the holy Ganges
  • Champagne breakfast/hi tea atop the Taj Khema viewing the Taj Mahal
  • Private viewing of Palace Museum at Gwalior
  • Enjoy Nawabi splendour in Lucknow at the royal haveli of Muzaffar Ali, Maharaja of Kotwara
  • Delights from the Royal kitchens of Vadodara, Gwalior and Rajasthani cuisine
  • Vadodara and Gwalior Royal house visit
  • View Wildlife safari at the renowned Ranthambore and Bandhavgarh National Parks.
  • Guest lecturers are organised onboard


The Maharajas’ Express covers Pan-India and is the first no state boundary train which travels between Mumbai to Delhi on one journey and not only covers Rajasthan but also Vadodara, Gujarat – a culturally rich destination which otherwise is not easy to visit unless you make special efforts.

Not only this, The Maharajas’ Express has so much more to offer on a platter. It undertakes another journey covering destinations such as Gwalior, Varanasi, Bandhavgarh Tiger reserve, Lucknow etc which is the first of its kind to be covered by a Luxury Train in India.

To view the 2010 and 2011 Maharajas’ Express Route Maps, visit the Elite Library


India is a country that holds a deep fascination for the world and is home to some of the most spectacular architecture and monuments, all steeped in rich history. The Maharajas’ Express is an incredible journey of exploration of India’s diversity, discovering timeless traditions and exotic locales. Discover the vibrant bustling city of Mumbai, the imperial monuments of Delhi, marvel at the immortal beauty of the Taj Mahal, come face to face with a tiger in Ranthambore, visit the Amber Fort in Jaipur and explore the shimmering Lake City of Udaipur. All of this in true-blue royal style, of course.

The Maharajas’ Express never falls short of the promised royal experience. The Maharajas’ Express features five carriages for deluxe Cabins, six for Junior Suites, two for Suites and one grand Presidential Suite. All passenger cabins come with private facilities, individual temperature controls, the first of its kind in India and have state of the art facilities. LCD televisions, DVD players, direct dial telephone and internet, to name a few. Every cabin has an electronic safe deposit box.

The Maharajas Express’ has excellent quality of food and beverage hospitality.

Two fine dining restaurants – Mayur Mahal and Rang Mahal that seat 42 persons at a time and everyone on board dines together. Complimentary house brands of Indian wines, beer and spirits are served whilst dining. And one exotic bar – Safari Bar offers the choicest collection of complimentary house brands of wines, beers and spirits with snacks.

“For a land like no other on earth, a journey like no other “- The Maharajas’ Express.

To find out more information about this destination including Weather, Time or Cultural information, please visit the Travel Planner – India.


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