Day 1: Mumbai
16.40 hrs : Departure from C.S.T. for Kudal Railway Station
20.00 hrs : Onwards Dinner on Board
Day 2: Sindhudurg- Tarkarli Beach
06.30 hrs : Onwards Breakfast on Board
07.30 hrs : Arrive at Kudal Rly. station
08.00 hrs : Detrain to reach Malvan Jetty by A/c. Coach
09.30 hrs : Visit to Sindhudurg Fort by boat
11.30 hrs : Return to depart for the Tarkarli Resort
12.00 hrs : Arrive at Tarkarli Beach Resort
15.00 hrs : Lunch & Leisure time up to
15.15 hrs : Depart for Dhamapur village by A/c coach On way visit to Cashew factory
16.15 hrs : Arrive at Dhamapur Village
16.15 to 17.15 hrs : Visit to Ancient Temple of Goddess Bhagwati and Sateri Devi And Dhamapur lake.
17.30 hrs : Depart by coach to Kudal Rly.Stn.
18.15 hrs : Return to Deccan Odyssey train
20.00 hrs : Dinner on board.
Day 3: Goa
07.00 hrs : onwards Breakfast on board .
07.30 hrs : Arrive at Karmali Railway Station
08.00 hrs : Detrain for sightseeing by A/c. coach for Old Goa visit to St. Augustine Church, Basilica of Bom Jesus Church, Se Cathedral Church, St.Francis of Assissi a Museum of Goan antiques and visit to Fontanhas the Latin Quarters at Panjim.
12.45 hrs. To 15.30 hrs : Return to Deccan Odyssey at Verna Rly. Station for Lunch and leisure time.
16.00 hrs to 20.30 hrs : Leave for Beach Side Hotel for Cultural Night and Dinner
20.45 hrs : After dinner Depart for Madgaon Rly. Stn.
21.15 hrs : Return to Deccan Odyssey. Over night halt at Vasco Stn.
Day 4: Goa- Vasco
07.00 hrs. onwards : Breakfast on board
09.00 to 11.00 hrs : Detrain for sightseeing by A/c. coach. Visit to Mangeshi a Hindu Temple
11.15 to 12.00 hrs : Depart from Mangeshi Temple for Safa Masjid.
12.15 to 15.00 hrs : The Safa Masjid is a prominent Islamic shrine in Ponda, commonly regarded the citadel of Hindu pilgrimages in Goa. Built in 1560 by Ibrahim Adil Shah, the Sultan of Bijapur.
16.00 To 16.40 hrs : Visit Sahakari Spice Farm at Ponda. Extremely popular among tourists. See variety of genuine spices grown here. 45 minutes guided tour with firsthand knowledge of spice plantation.Traditional Goan style Lunch at farm
17.00 hrs : Proceed to see 16th century heritage house known as Menezes Braganza House at Chandor village.
17.30 hrs : Return to Deccan Odyssey at Madgaon Rly. Station.
20.00 onwards : Departure for Kolhapur. Dinner onboard
Day 5: Kolhapur
07.00 hrs. Onwards Breakfast on Board
08.35 hrs : Arrive at Kolhapur Railway Station
08.45 hrs. to 12.30 hrs : Detrain for Sightseeing by A/c. Coach -Visit to New Palace, Museum, Bhawani Mandap, Mahalaxmi Temple & Shalini Palace- Watch marshal arts and cultural Programmes & Visit to Handicraft Stalls.
12.45 hrs : Depart to Kolhapur Railway Stn.
13.20 hrs : Return to Deccan Odyssey
13.40 hrs : Depart for Daulatabad/Aurangabad via Pune
13.15 hrs to 20.00 hrs : Lunch & Leisure time on Board
20.00 hrs : Dinner on Board
20.30 to 21.45 hrs : Halt for detraining and entraining at Pune Rly.Stn.
21.45 hrs : Depart for Daulatabad/Aurangabad
Day 6: Aurangabad
06.45 hrs : Arrival at Daulatabad Station
07.00 hrs : Onwards Breakfast on board
07.45 hrs : Detrain for Local Sightseeing by A/c.Coach. Visit Daulatabad Fort and Ellora Caves, A World Heritage Site.
12.30 hrs : Depart for Aurangabad for Lunch
13.00 to 15.00 hrs : Lunch and free time at the hotel
15.15 hrs : Depart for local Sightseeing
15.30 hrs : to 17.00 hrs. Visit to Bibi-Ka-Maqbara. and free time for shopping.
17.30 hrs : Return to Deccan Odyssey
18.00 hrs : Departure for Jalgaon Free Time Onboard
20.00 hrs : Onwards Dinner on board
Day 7: Ajanta- Nashik
06.30 hrs : Onwards Early Breakfast on Board.
07.00 hrs : Arrival at Jalgaon Rly station.
07.30 hrs : Detrain to visit Ajanta Caves A World Heritage Monument by A/c.Coach
12.45 hrs : Return to Deccan Odyssey at Jalgaon Rly. Stn.
13.15 hrs : Depart for Nasik
13.30 hrs : Onwards Lunch & Leisure time on Board
17.00 hrs : Arrive at Nasik station & depart to Visit Panchwati Ghats and ancient Temples.
19.30 hrs : Return to the Deccan Odyssey at Deolali Rly Station and Dinner on board.
22.30 hrs : Depart for Mumbai
Day 8- Mumbai
07.00 hrs : Breakfast on Board
07.30 hrs : Arrive at Mumbai CST
08.15 hrs : Check-out latest by
Trip Ends With Sweet Memories !!!
A city with a soul, Mumbai is certainly the dream city of India. It is said that this cosmopolitan metropolis never sleeps and continues to amuse its guests round the clock. Divided into a number of parts, the city of Mumbai offers a multitude of attractive destinations scattered into it. The local train line and the Arabian Sea form the lifeline of the city.
The medieval Indian buildings along with the fleet of modern corporate houses present Mumbai to be a medley where past and present goes hand in hand. Gateway of India, beaches of Mumbai and buzzing street food corners certainly make you fall in love with the place. The Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai is the place where thousands of believers gather everyday to answer to the higher calling in them.
Established in the year 1981, Sindhudurg is a district town in the city of Maharashtra which was carved out of the erstwhile Ratnagiri District. This small district town is a sight to behold place blessed with beaches, backwaters, waterfalls and pilgrimage destinations. The glory of the Maratha dynasty is still visible in each corner of Sindhudurg. Apart from the natural world, the Sindhudurg fort is also a prime attraction which was built by the great Maratha warrior king Chattrapati Shivaji in 1664. Those who are delicate lovers of varied food items, this district town is an ideal place for them to taste some of the tongue seducing sea food varieties.
The state of Goa is one of the most fascinating destinations in the country attracting thousands of national and foreign visitors every year. The state is marked by its golden sandy beaches, fleet of churches, its sea food varieties, local beverages and most importantly its dazzling lifestyle. Ruled for hundreds of years by the Portuguese monarchs, the lifestyle and architecture of the state reflects Portuguese traditions and customs. Along with a popular tourist destination, Goa is also home to some of the best casinos in the country.
Feasts and festivals form an integral part of Goa where every occasion brings the message of merriment. In the music of the churches and the hymns of the temples, the confluence of harmony in the state is clearly seen. This is a place where voyagers can also experience some of the most adventurous water sports in the country.
Situated in the bank of the river Panchaganga, a host of mythological stories have been woven around the city of Kolhapur. According to one legend, the city was built by a demon who was later slain down by Goddess Mahalaxmi to save the inhabitants of the city. Housing the Maharashtra film industry, the city of Kolhapur is credited as the place where the first feature film in India, Raja Harishchandra was conceptualized.
The Kolhapuri footwear, jewels and tobacco are exported all around the world and from these the government generates a large portion of revenue of the state. The city is also a buzzing pilgrim hub where thousands of believers make their sacred tour to the Mahalaxmi Temple of the city. Gifted with incredible archeological and cultural heritage, the city of Kolhapur is certainly a precious jewel in the crown of India.
Formerly known as Deogiri, Daulatabad was the erstwhile capital of Tughlaq dynasty under the rule of Muhammad Bin Tughluq. The city is most famous for its formidable hill fort standing on a conical hill. Even after hundreds of years of its construction, this giant hill fort is standing as a symbol of strength and power in the vicinity of Daulatabad. Many folklores and stories related to the Tughlaq dynasty turn Daulatabad into a mystical place for the visitors.
The city of Daulatabad also offers enchanting scenic views to the travelers. The city is of utmost importance to the people who love to delve into the world history. The Chand Minar and the Chini Mahal also catch the eye of the travelers who visit the city of Daulatabad.
Just 105 kilometers away from the Indian city of Aurangabad, Ajanta Caves are the most fascinating and mysterious ancient monuments and the bystanders of the thousands of years old history of India. There are a total of 30 caves in Ajanta out of which 5 are Chaitya Grihas (Buddhist or Jain Shrine with a Stupa) and the rests are monasteries. Built up in the earlier part of 2nd century BC-AD, the caves of Ajanta had lost in the darkness of time. Later in the year 1819 AD, these caves are discovered which is considered to be one of the greatest archeological discoveries of the world.
Inside these caves, the romances of ancient period seem to come alive by means of rock cut paintings. Most of the rock cuttings depict the life of Prince Gautama Buddha and of his previous incarnations. Hidden in the midst of a lonely glen with a streamlet flowing down below, the caves of Ajanta conjure up the vision of every visitor with its unparallel beauty and mysticism.
A perfect amalgamation of the old and the new, Nasik is one of the holiest destinations for the followers of Hinduism. According to the legends, Lord Rama spent his 14 years of exile at Tapovan located near the city of Nasik. Plunged in rich cultural legacy, the city is home to one of the 12 holy Jyotirlingas in India and also oh-so-popular Kumbha Mela.
It is also the top wine producing regions in India. Moreover, the city is famous for its participation in the freedom struggle of the country. There is plenty things to see and behold in this city which is growing every day in a rapid pace.
About The Tour
The sheer luxury of the train is certainly a sight to observe. Everything in the Deccan Odessey reflects the grandeur ways of the Indian royals.
The luxurious interiors, lip-smacking cuisines and great sites make the expedition truly memorable. This deluxe train transports its guests to a remarkable tour of a land shining in legions' opulence - calm beaches, splendid forts and experiencing divine tales etched in massive rocks. The objective of running this train is mainly to showcase the best tourism assets of Maharashtra. There are 21 coaches present on the train. It offers the amenities like T.V (having a cable connection), Foreign exchange facilities, etc. The train has the capacity of 80 passengers. All the comforts together make one of the most luxurious train journeys in India. We at Namoh, offer you the enchanting and a comfy train trip perfect for your holidays.