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Deccan Odyssey

The Deccan Odyssey is an opulent train that is made on the lines of renowned Palace on Wheels. Established to boost tourism on the Konkan route, Deccan Odyssey's journey begins in Mumbai, following Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Goa, Belgaum, Kolhapur, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ajanta-Ellora and again back to Mumbai, covering some of the remarkable tourist destinations of Maharashtra and Goa. This luxury train is a joint venture of the Government of Maharashtra and the Ministry of Railways.

Introduced in Jan' 2004, Deccan Odyssey is undoubtedly a class experience to feel. The extravagant Deccan Odyssey doesn't only approach the major tourist destinations, but simultaneously it aspires to serve its passengers amenities of world-class standards. In concise terms, the train is no less than a 5-star hotel proviso on wheels. Deccan Odyssey boasts of a spa saloon, six-channel music, TV, DVD, massage-cum-beauty parlour, cyber cafe, a bar, sauna bath, business centre along with two lavish restaurants.


Besides all the affluent facilities, Deccan Odyssey also provides the facility to regulate the temperature in each cabin according to the individual preferences. The onboard services are administered by the staff of globally extolled Taj Group of Hotels. Deccan Odyssey also has supplementary amenities of Presidential Suite Cabins, Spa & Massage treatments, Lounge, Gymnasium, Library, Money exchange facility, Credit cards, Conference Lounge Car, Business Centre etc.

During the day, one can visit each tourist attraction with guides and reach back in the late afternoon to spend the night at train. As per the situation, one can also take the journey minimum for three nights otherwise the whole tour is for seven days. Luggage Collection, Arrival kit, Personal attendant, Mineral water, Medical Aid, Mail Box etc. are some of the individual services that are provided immaculately in Deccan Odyssey.

Every passenger cabin has an attached toilet with shower cubicle that is daily refurbished with soaps, shampoos, moisturizers etc. Each passenger car has four deluxe cabins that are attended by an attendant. In totality, the train can accommodate 104 passengers at a time. Deccan Odyssey leaves from Mumbai station every Wednesday heading for other destinations. The splendorous journey would rejuvenate the era of Peshwas, the feudal lords of Western India.