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Royal Rajasthan on Wheels covers a total of eight cities in India. Know all about Royal Rajasthan on Wheels train tour.

Royal Rajasthan on Wheels Tour

Royal Rajasthan on Wheels is the latest entrant in the luxurious tourist train segment of India. A refined version of the Palace on Wheels, the train is known for its extravagance and lavishness. The seven-night and eight-day trip of the train covers seven cities across Rajasthan - the tourism hub of India, and one city of Uttar Pradesh - The City of Taj, apart from the beginning and end destination - Delhi. In Rajasthan, the luxury train covers Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Sawai Madhopur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur and Bharatpur. To know more about each of these cities, boasting of a rich cultural heritage, browse through the following lines.

Destinations of Royal Rajasthan on Wheels

The first halt of the luxury train will be at the capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Known as the Pink City of India, Jaipur is predominantly famous for its historical beauty, musicians, artisans and craftsmen. The tour of the city will start with a visit to the Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds. The palace was mainly built for the royal ladies, to enable them to watch the processions through its innumerable windows. Next in line will be a visit to the impressive palace, Amber Fort that is perched at the top of the rocky land of Amer. Herein, the guests also experience the thrill of a royal elephant ride. After the exploration of the fort and the amusing ride, the guests are taken to Jantar Mantar and the City Palace. The eventful day ends with some shopping and a journey back to the luxurious train.

On day two, the lavish train stops at the Golden City of India, Jaisalmer. The rustic beauty of Jaisalmer, along with its yellowish tinge absorbed from the sand, is sure to make its guests awestruck. The tour of the city starts from Jaisalmer Fort, a massive sandstone empire that stands strong to depict the city's bygone era. The guests are then taken to the majestic Patwon ki Haveli, followed by Salim Singh ki Haveli and Nathmalji ki Haveli. In the evening, exploring the heart of the desert remains the key activity. The most entertaining aspect of the whole day will surely be the camel ride, which takes the guests amidst the spectacular sand dunes and is followed by a cultural show and dinner at a 5-Star hotel.

On the third day, the journey unfolds at Jodhpur, the second largest city of Rajasthan. Characterized by bright and sunny days, Jodhpur is also known as the Sun City of India. The place is renowned as a land of majestic and mystic glory. Mehrangarh Fort is the first destination in Jodhpur. One of the largest forts of India, it boasts of the strikingly impressive Moti Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sileh Khana and Daulat Khana within its boundaries. Following this, the guests explore a group of royal cenotaphs, made of white marble, called the Jaswant Thada and the ever-so lavish Umaid Bhawan Palace, both of which demonstrate the Rajput architecture in the imperial age.

Sawai Madhopur
Sawai Madhopur, the city named after its king - Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I welcomes the guests on day five of their regal escapade aboard Royal Rajasthan on Wheels. The sightseeing tour for the day starts in the wee hours of the morning. The guests explore the famous Ranthambore National Park, located close to Sawai Madhopur, and experience a sense of adventure watching the rich wildlife of the area. Known as the 'land of the majestic tiger', the park is also home to myriad species of birds and animals. Still, the wild Big Cat steals the show completely. Amidst this heightened exploitation of the jungle, the guests also travel around the remains of an ancient fort.

As if the adventure trip was not enough for the day, the train also halts at Chittorgarh on the same day (day five). The mesmerizing beauty and the royal charm of Chittorgarh welcome the travelers of Royal Rajasthan on Wheels with open arms. Here, the guests head straight towards the Chittorgarh Fort, a bastion that upholds the chivalry, valor and honor of the Rajput rulers of the bygone era. In it, lie beautifully carved temples and a number of glorious monuments. The sound and light show, wherein the history of this gallant city is narrated, add to the regal charm of this visit.

The next halt of the luxurious cruise, on day six, is at the City of Lakes, Udaipur. Also known as the Romance City of Rajasthan, it stands witness to the love sagas of the rulers. The most interesting place in Udaipur is the Jag Niwas or the City Palace, which is intricately designed and portrays a blend of Rajput architecture and Mughal interiors. There are various museums in the citadel, displaying the armory, costumes and other belongings of its rulers. Apart from this, Sahelion ki Bari, also known as the 'Garden of Maidens', proves to be a extremely wonderful experience for the guests. For shopaholics, Udaipur would surely prove to be a true delight. Mementoes, miniature paintings and handicraft items will serve as the perfect souvenirs for the guests.

Bharatpur welcomes the travelers of the stupendous Royal Rajasthan on Wheels on the last day of their journey (day seven). They explore the Keoladeo Ghana National Park, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. Devoted to Lord Shiva, the sanctuary is home to a wide variety of local birds, like cranes, storks, herons, kingfishers, partridges, owls, song birds, pigeons, doves, ducks and geese, apart from numerous migratory birds, including the most eminent visitors - the Siberian Cranes. A rickshaw ride, with trained puller guides, completes the wholesome trip to the sanctuary.

The last destination of the glorious trip aboard Royal Rajasthan on Wheels is at the aesthetically awe-inspiring City of Taj - Agra. Located on the banks of river Yamuna, the city boasts of housing one of the Seven Wonders of the World - Taj Mahal. AN eternal monument of love, it reflects the undying love of Shah Jahan, for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. This mausoleum, a white-marble-wonder, reflects unmatched beauty and is regarded as a stunning masterpiece in the world. After the Taj, the guests explore the Lal Quila, or the Red Fort, of Agra. With this, the luxury trip reaches its end, with only the trip to Delhi remaining. In the capital city, the guests will disembark the train and go their way.

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