Deccan Odyssey Hidden Treasure of Gujarat Journey- A Luxury Train Trip

Deccan Odyssey Hidden Treasure of Gujarat Journey- A Luxury Train Trip

Deccan Odyssey is a popular Luxury train in India. It has offered most precious journeys to the travelers. In this journey, Hidden Treasure of Gujarat Journey is a known trip in India. The Journey has started from Mumbai and ends with same destination Mumbai. The Journey has wished to take across the spell binding destination Gujarat. It has a most luxurious trip in India. Deccan Odyssey offered eight days trip to the travelers. These all days travelers gained memorable moments on this trip. 

Duration: 7 Nights/ 8 Days

Destinations: Mumbai- Vadodara- Palitana- Sasan Gir & Somnath- Little Rann of Kutch- Modhera & Patna- Nashik- Mumbai.

Day 1: Mumbai

To arrival of Mumbai, Travelers assemble at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. It has one of the populated tourist attraction in Maharashtra. Travelers will complete the formalities of paperwork for traveling in Deccan Odyssey luxury train. The evening starts the journey to Aurangabad. Deccan Odyssey offered Dinner at on- board to the travelers. 

Day 2: Vadodara

Vadodara is the largest city in Vadodara district of the Indian state of Gujarat. Deccan Odyssey travelers reached this destination on the second day of the journey. It has known for the royal home of Vadodara. The destination has offered a few more tourist locations to the travelers. Same day night starts the journey to next destination, Palitana on Deccan Odyssey. Dinner arranged on board and Stay overnight on this train.

Day 3: Palitana

Deccan Odyssey guests reached this destination on the third day of the tour. It has a city in Bandhavgarh district of the Indian state of Gujarat. It has known to Palitana Temple in this district. Travelers enjoyed onboard breakfast. Later to explore sightseeings in Palitana. It has a Pilgrimage temple and has more than 900 Jain Temples on this mountain. Visitors return back to Deccan Odyssey and start the journey to Sasan Gir.

Day 4:  Sasan Gir & Somnath, Hidden Treasure of Gujarat Journey

Sasan Gir is a Gir Forest Sanctuary in Talala Gir in the Indian state of Gujarat. The Sanctuary has established in 1965. It has a fully protected area of National Park. Gir Wildlife Sanctuary has a home to several species of wild animals and flora. Later travelers drive to Somnath Temple in Gujarat. The Temple has located in Prabhas Patan in Saurashtra. The Temple has the first among twelve Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva. It has dedicated to Lord Shiva. Same day night starts the journey to Little Rann of Kutch.

Day 5: Little Rann of Kutch

Little Desert of Kutch is a salt marsh located in Little Rann of Kutch. It has an Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary. The destination has a home to several species of Indian wild animals. Travelers enjoyed the nature of desert and wildness of this sanctuary. Deccan Travelers explore the full view of Little Rann. Later starts the journey to Modhera and Patna.

Day 6: Modhera & Patna

Modhera is a town in Mehsana district of the Indian state of Gujarat. The destination has known as Sun Temple of Chaulukya. It has a major attraction in this city. The destination lies on the banks of Pushpavati River. Deccan passengers excited to explore this temple. Later return to Deccan Odyssey and starts the journey to Nashik.

Day 7: Nashik

Nashik is an ancient city in northern part of Maharashtra. Travelers reached this destination on the seventh day of the journey. It lies on the banks of Godavari River. Nashik is situated at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level. Travelers excited in visiting this destination in Maharashtra. Later starts the journey to Mumbai. Deccan Odyssey arranged Dinner and Accommodation onboard. 

Day 8: Mumbai

In Last day of Hidden Treasure of Gujarat Journey, Travelers or Mumbai mumbai. After completing the breakfast travelers starts the journey to Onward destination. The journey has made between the Hidden gems of Gujarat. 

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