By Nikhil Chandra on Dec 18, 2012
One of the premier luxury trains in India, the Deccan Odyssey, has announced revised departure dates for the remaining of the season. This luxury train will run for 4 more times before completing its 2012-13 season in April 2013. Dubbed India’s Blue Train, the Deccan Odyssey offer weeklong journey starting from Mumbai and covers destinations like Goa, Sindhudurg and Ajanta Caves.
This move by the train operators has come in the wake of global slowdown as lesser and lesser overseas travelers are opting for this ultra-luxe mode of travel. The journeys on board Deccan Odyssey comes at a hefty price of US $2975. In order to woo more clients there are special discounts on offer. Indian Luxury Trains (ILT), India’s first and only luxury train travel portal, a venture of Indian Holiday Pvt. Ltd has announced heavy discounts to its client. For all journeys remaining for this season, Indian Luxury Trains will offer a guaranteed discount of 10% on the tariff. This is not all, ILT has also promised additional discounts depending on the volume of query and dates of departure. More information about the train departure could be found on their website.
A savvy traveler and a part of Indian Luxury Trains (ILT) for last 2 years, Nikhil Chandra offers travel advice on a range of issues like when, where and how to travel along with advice on finding best deals and places for a perfect holiday. He is also the luxury travel feature writer for Indian Luxury Trais (ILT).
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