The Deccan Odyssey

The Deccan Odyssey Train providing a luxury travel experience for the guests wanting to step into the magnificent history of India. It is a venture of the Maharashtra Government and the Ministry of Railways, Government of India.  This majestic train journey gives you a lifetime experiences in different cities of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan and surrounding regions of India.

Routes Edit

Maharashtra Splendor - (Mumbai – Nasik – Ellora Cave – Ajanta Caves – Kolhapur – Goa – Ratnagiri – Mumbai)

Indian Odyssey - (Delhi – Sawai Madhopur – Agra – Jaipur – Udaipur – Vadodara – Ellora Caves – Mumbai)

Indian Sojourn - (Mumbai – Vadodara – Udaipur – Jodhpur – Agra – Sawai Madhopur – Jaipur – Delhi)

Jewels of the Deccan - (Mumbai – Bijapur – Aihole – Pattadakal – Hampi – Hyderabad – Ellora Caves – Ajanta Caves – Mumbai)

Hidden Treasures of Gujarat - (Mumbai – Vadodara – Palitana – Sasan Gir – Somnath – Little Rann of Kutch – Modhera – Patan – Nashik – Mumbai)

Maharashtra Wild Trail - (Mumbai – Aurangabad – Ramtek – Tadoba – Ajanta – Nashik – Mumbai)

Facilities Edit

Dining:The Deccan Odyssey has two multi-cuisine gourmet restaurants- " Waavar” and "Utsav”.

Bar: Gateway, the onsite bar of Deccan Odyssey, is well-stocked with some excellent collection of the best varieties of wines and spirits collected from all over the world.

Conference: For those looking to host an offbeat corporate workshop, the conference car "Pankh" comes equipped with state of the art audio-visual equipment’s, Wi-Fi and other high-tech amenities required for a successful business meeting and can host up to 50 guests at a time.

Spa: For guests looking for some pampering and indulgence on-board, the well-equipped spa “Ayush” provides therapeutic treatments and massages according to the knowledge drawn from Ayurveda, the treasure trove of ancient Indian science of healing.

Lounge: Besides all the above amenities, Deccan Odyssey also houses a sitting lounge where guests can choose to simply sit and relax, read or browse through books and magazines and even chat with fellow travelers.