Travel for seven nights at the cost of five nights only
Mumbai, July 07, 2017: Asia’s Leading Luxury Train, the Deccan Odyssey has made the most awaited announcement of the year. Rolling out its red carpet for discerning travellers around the world, India’s pride, Deccan Odyssey has unveiled its Early Bird Offer for journeys starting October ’17. Embark on a once in a lifetime expedition for 7-nights at the cost of 5-nights only. Offer applicable on bookings made before 31stJuly 2017.
Pay INR 4,37,500 per couple per journey instead of INR 6,12,500 per couple per journey in a Deluxe cabin. Unravel the mystic secrets of India’s landscape as you are manoeuvred by the vintage cabins engraved with unparalleled opulence.
It gives you an unhurried and intimate introduction to the grandeur of India. Being pampered with the wide range of onboard amenities, guests are escorted to some of the most charming destinations in India including iconic Hampi, Ellora Caves, Sasan Gir, Rann of Kutch and many more.
The Deccan Odyssey comprises 21 royal coaches. 12 of these contain the guest cabins that are spacious and equipped with every modern amenity to make sure that your journey is comfortable. ‘Ayush’, a spa, with well-trained masseurs helps you relax your body using ancient Indian techniques and skills. The two restaurants in the train, ‘Waavar’ & ‘Utsav’, are centrally located that offers delicacies quite unimaginable.
The royal train also boasts of unique features and amenities such as 24*7 Wi-Fi connectivity, gym, beauty salon, paramedics, a bar and cell phones & LCD TVs in every cabin.
The Deccan Odyssey halts at selective stops to make the journey fulfilling. Following are some captivating itineraries:
· Maharashtra Splendour: Mumbai – Nashik – Aurangabad – Ajanta –– Kolhapur – Goa – Sindhudurg – Mumbai
· Hidden Treasures of Gujarat: Mumbai – Vadodara – Palitana – Sasan Gir – Little Rann of Kutch – Modhera – Patan – Nashik – Mumbai
· Jewels of the Deccan: Mumbai – Bijapur – Aihole – Pattadakal – Hampi –Hyderabad – Aurangabad – Ajanta – Mumbai
· Maharashtra Wild trail: Mumbai – Aurangabad – Pench (Ramtek) – Tadoba –Ajanta – Nashik – Mumbai
Corporate Comm India(CCI Newswire)