Palace on Wheels to roll out discounted fares for domestic travellers


Palace on Wheels to roll out discounted fares for domestic travellers

As Indian travellers are getting more used to living and travelling with the pandemic in our lives, Palace on Wheels brings a special offer. The incredibly luxury train experience is a big attraction for international travellers. However, international travellers are unable to come to India right now due to the COVID-19 restrictions. The train could not restart its run this September like it usually does each year.

Now according to an official at the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation (RTDC), there is a plan to run the train starting from February for domestic travellers. The train will run for a total of three months. Even better, with a special discount for domestic travellers.

Palace on Wheels to roll out discounted fares for domestic travellers

According to the Chairman and Managing Director of RTDC, Alok Gupta, Palace on Wheels now has two itineraries for domestic tourists. Both itineraries come with a 30 percent discount when compared to previous rates. The train will be ready to start the journey with a minimum booking of 27 guests.

There is a three-day, and a four-day itinerary available for Palace on Wheels. While the three-day itinerary will take you to Delhi, Jaipur, Swai Madopur, Agra, and back to Delhi. The four-day trip will also include Udaipur after Jaipur.

So after a 30 percent discount, you can book the super deluxe cabin for INR 94248 per couple; INR 52360 per person in a single occupancy seat; and INR 34034 per person for a double occupancy seat per person. In April, when it is off-season, you pay INR 70686 after a 30 percent discount per couple; INR 42840 per person for a single occupancy seat, and INR 26180 per person for a double occupancy seat.

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