Deccan Odyssey – The Luxury Train’s Early Bird Offer

 

I JUST love train rides! Must be all that growing up near railways tracks in Kulai, Johor. So, India’s Deccan Odyssey, operated by Cox & Kings Ltd., is offering an early bird booking for October 2016. The offer is limited to bookings done on or before April 30, 2016.

 

Itineraries:

  1. Maharashtra Splendour: (Mumbai – Nashik – Aurangabad (Ellora Caves) – Ajanta Caves – Kolhapur – Goa- Ratnagiri -Mumbai) 7N/8D.

 

  1. Hidden Treasures of Gujarat: (Mumbai – Vadodara – Palitana – Sasan Gir – Little Rann of Kutch – Modhera (Patan) – Nashik – Mumbai) 7N/8D.

 

  1. Indian Sojourn (Mumbai – Vadodara – Udaipur – Jodhpur – Agra – Sawai Madhopur – Jaipur – Delhi) 7N/8D.

 

  1. Indian Odyssey (Delhi – Sawai Madhopur – Agra – Jaipur – Udaipur – Vadodara – Aurangabad (Ellora Caves) – Mumbai) 7N/8D.

 

  1. Jewels of the Deccan (Mumbai – Bijapur – Aihole – Pattadakal – Hampi – Hyderabad – Ellora Caves – Ajanta Caves – Mumbai) 7N/8D.

 

  1. Maharashtra Wild Trail (Mumbai – Ellora Caves – Aurangabad – Pench (Ramtek) – Tadoba – Ajanta – Nashik – Mumbai) 7N/8D.

 

The offer includes a 7-night journey at the price of 6 nights and costs US$7,188 per couple, per journey, instead of US$8,386. This also includes a complimentary 60-minute spa session for a couple. It’s steep for people like us.

 

The Deccan Odyssey train has 24*7 Wi-Fi connectivity, cell phones and LCD TVs in every cabin, spa, gym, beauty salon, doctor on call, two restaurants and a bar.

The train has 21 coaches, out of which 12 are passenger cars that can accommodate 8 people per coach (10 passenger/deluxe cars, 4 coupes per coach – 2 Presidential Suite Cars, 2 coupes per coach), 1 Conference/Entertainment Car, 2 Dining Cars, 2 Generator Cars with Luggage Store, 2 Staff Cars, 1 Spa Car, 1 Bar Car. The capacity of the train is 88 passengers.

 

Check out http://www.thedeccanodyssey.com and for bookings, email trains@deccanodyssey.in

 

 

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Subhadra Devan

A journalist who has been writing about culture, arts and heritage since the 1980s. She is herself gobsmacked to have started the Sunday arts pages for English newspapers in Malaysia, in the new millennium. The passion for these genres rages on.

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