Travelling in Style on The Maharajas’ Express
Published on Mar 10, 2011
With industry experts highlighting India as one of the ultimate global luxury travel destinations within the next 5 years – we are all looking for the first, the best and the intriguing within this beautiful country. The Maharajas’ Express - a joint venture with Cox and Kings and IRTCT – must be considered one of the best, setting the standards for luxury trains across the world. Just one of the new ‘authentic’ luxury experiences to be revealed at International Luxury Travel Market Asia in Shanghai in June, the Maharajas’ Express is the perfect introduction to India for the single independent traveller, as well as those who seek to explore this fascinating country in style.
The Maharajas’ Express Royal India Tour for example travels through imperial India discovering its fascinating heritage and exquisite architecture. Visit the Taj Mahal, spot tigers in Ranthambore National Park, take part in an exhibition Elephant Polo Match and discover the spectacular regal heritage of Rajasthan, with its landscape of hilltop forts and palaces, as well as Champaner, the medieval capital of Gujarat and the incredible city of Mumbai.
The Maharajas’ Express hosts 84 guests with four individual cabins to each Deluxe Coach, two individual cabins to each Suite Coach - each with their own personal valet, flat screen LCDs with live televisions, internet access and climate control. There is also a Presidential Suite that comprises two bedrooms, two attached baths, a living and a dining room and a dedicated valet. The Mayur Mahal & Rang Mahal Restaurants on board this incredible journey offer a different menu each day with a mix of Indian and International cuisines.
A true ‘experience of a lifetime’, The Maharajas’ Express is just one of 400 elite travel experiences invited to be profiled at ILTM Asia in Shanghai, 13 – 16 June 2011. The event is only for the most discerning of travel buyers and agents from across Asia-Pacific to source the newest and the best in luxury global travel experiences, for the benefit of their clients. Why not suggest your travel agent registers to be accredited for selection at www.iltm.net/asia?
Breakfast at the Rang Mahal Restaurant
The Rajah Club