The latest details of the recently launched Maharajas’ Express winter itineraries are the new update on the Indian Luxury Trains website. Maharajas’ Express, dubbed as India’s answer to the Orient Express, has announced its winter itineraries across the choicest of destinations in India. Now the tourists, both international and domestic, looking forward to genuine information regarding the luxury train travels in India can turn to Indian Luxury Trains. Indian Luxury Trains endeavors to provide comprehensive information and latest updates along with online booking queries, arrangement of accommodation and cabs, and pre and post tour arrangements as well to the discerning travelers.

This avant-garde Indian luxury train will traverse the course of varied destinations crossing the state borders and flaunting the kaleidoscopic hues of India. The ride though, comes at a price tag of $ 800 per night at the least. Beginning September 25 the Maharajas’ Express will begin its second season taking the tourists onboard the tour in India in the lap of princely opulence.

According to Thomas Thottathil, a promoter, “It’s travel like royalty. You get treated like a king that’s the whole idea.” This train is designed to offer best possible comfort to the guests onboard its regal interiors. A smoother ride and best possible amenities like TV, phones, internet, restaurants and a bar makes this train an ideal choice to explore the varied colors of India.

The effort of Royale India Rail Tours and Cox and Kings is a step forward toward providing deluxe traveling alternatives to the travelers, especially international, traverse Indian landmarks in a hassle free and luxurious way.

A total of 4 itineraries, each showing a distinct color of India, are offered by the Maharajas’ Express. Two guest speakers Mr. Amin Jaffer, director of Asian Art at Christie’s and Mr. Michael Portillo, former Cabinet Minister in House of Commons will accompany the guest to offer expert insights on 14th November (Royal India) and 18th December (Celestial India) respectively.