Maharashtra Wild Trail Journey- Deccan Odyssey Luxury Train Journeys

Maharashtra Wild Trail Journey- Deccan Odyssey Luxury Train Journeys

Deccan Odyssey is a special luxury train in India. The Structure of this train has based on Palace on Wheels. It has another Luxury Train. It provides six types of Journeys to the visitors. In this trips, Maharashtra Wild Trail is one of the famous journeys. Maharashtra Wild Trail Journey provides seven nights or eight days nights journey to thrilling experienced travelers. The Journey has started from Mumbai to ends with Nashik. The Deccan Odyssey offered accommodation in 40 Deluxe cabins in 10 coaches. Thousands of visitors make this trip during the Summer and Monsoon occasions.

Duration: 7 nights/ 8 days

Destinations: Mumbai- Aurangabad- Ramtek- Tadoba- Ajanta- Nashik-Mumbai

Day1: Mumbai

After the 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: Aurangabad- Ellora Caves

Travelers reached this destination on second day morning. After completing the breakfast, travelers to explore Ellora Caves in Aurangabad. It has most visited destination by the Travelers from India and Foreign visitors. Ellora Caves is a heritage destination in Maharashtra. Ellora is one of the Rock- Cut temples Monastery in Aurangabad. The destination attracted the travelers with its Caves and It has surrounded by lush greenish hills.

Day 3: Aurangabad

On a third day of the tour, Visit tourist destinations in Aurangabad. It has one of the populated destination in Maharashtra. Bibi  Ka Maqbara, Panchakki, Gates in Aurangabad, Salim Ali Lake, and Bird Sanctuary, Aurangabad Caves, Daulatabad, Grishneshwar Temple, Kali Masjid, Gautala Sanctuary. Thousands of visitors reached this destination around all year. After completing the sightseeings in Aurangabad, travel to Ramtek on Deccan Odyssey train.

Day 4: Ramtek- Pench National Park Maharashtra Wild Trail Journey

On the fourth day of the journey, Ramtek in Nagpur district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It has known to ancient temples of Jainism. The destination has attracted the visitors with Jai Temples, and Wildlife Sanctuary in this place. Deccan Odyssey provides to visit this destination for enjoying the wildlife in this sanctuary. Pench Wildlife Sanctuary has one of the major tourist attraction in Maharashtra state, Ramtek. Ramtek has got the historic temple of Lord Rama. Travelers visit tourist attractions and adventure places in this sanctuary. Later travel to Tadoba in Maharashtra on Deccan Odyssey. 

Day 5: Tadoba

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a tiger reserve in Chandrapur district of the Indian state of Maharashtra. The destination has a home to the several species of wild animals and Tigers. The fifth day in Maharashtra Wild Trail visit Tadoba Dense Forest Tiger Reserve. It gives thrilling and memorable experience to each one. No one cannot miss the enjoyment of this Forest Atmosphere. After that starts the journey to Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra. 

Day 6: Ajanta Caves

Ajanta Caves destination in another populated tourist attraction in Maharashtra. Ajanta Caves surrounded by Greenery of Mumbai. It has situated in Aurangabad about 12 kilometers from the Indian state of Maharashtra. It has one of the Rock Cut Buddhist caves in Maharashtra. 

Day 7: Nashik

On the Seventh day of the Tour, travelers reached Nashik destination in Maharashtra. It has another populated tourist destination in Maharashtra. It provides a vast number of tourist places to the visitors. Mukti Dam, Salher Peak, Anjaneri Hills, Kapaleshwar Temple, Kalaram Temple, Pandavleni Caves.

Day 8: Mumbai

Last of Maharashtra Wild Trail Journey return journey to Mumbai. It has one of the populated wild journeys in India. It provides some royal cultural things to the travelers. 

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