Travel on The Luxury Trains of India

08 Apr

Allen-Hewlett  | The LUXE REPORT   

LUXE TRAVEL – Journal Issue 1

 maharajah Express All aboard

 F or the select few this can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience aboard the famed luxury trains of India.  Let the Saga of romance, elegance and adventure begin as you live the life a Maharaja on board a moving ‘Palace on Wheels! ‘

Over the past few years, India has emerged as the fastest-growing luxury destination on the world map. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Bangalore, Mumbai and Varanasi, India offers a rich garland of diversity, culture, and tradition which can be best experienced by traveling on India’s World class Luxe trains.

With five luxury trains, offering a total of fifteen all-inclusive signature Luxe rail journeys across some of the most exciting destinations across India, these luxury train vacations are a class apart when it comes to unique guest experiences in India. Luxury train traveling embraces the impeccable service of years gone by.  They feature tastefully crafted and adventure packed itineraries as a sophisticated and opulent way to discover the myriad hues of India. Each of these great rail journeys in India offer unique insider experience and cultural interactions at various destinations.

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The interiors of these rolling palaces are characterized by a seamless fusion of re-created traditional motifs and modern indulgences.   High levels of comfort on board adding to the romance and opulence of these quintessential rail journeys may include:

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You can take pleasure in impeccable personalized services and facilities; like experienced guides during sightseeing tours, personal chauffeur-driven cars, and world-class amenities that can be tailored-made for you!

In Iconic style, a seamless fusion of romance of a bygone era is presented to travelers with contemporary finesse. Luxury rail journeys in India offer unparalleled ways to explore the true essence of Indian culture.  Traveling a land as diverse as this, where ancient past blends with an exploding future, offers great opportunities to plan several excellent luxury tours to India. This country is home to exotic wildlife, adventurous locations, cultural destinations, palaces and forts, beaches, backwaters, lakes, ancient religious sites, and magnificent monuments. Not to be missed is “The Golden Triangle, “which includes: Delhi, Rajasthan, Agra, and the magnificent Taj Mahal, one of the Wonders of the World and an UNESCO World Heritage Site

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The elegant collection now running on India’s Luxe rails, offers the best of quality service and five star facilities that are difficult to find today and are some of the most fulfilling rail journeys in the world.  The history of rail transport in India began in the mid-nineteenth century during the time of The British Raj, and is evident in the décor and services of this train system. In 1848 there was not a single kilometer of railway line in India. The core of the pressure for building railways in India came  from directives from London. The luxury trains came from the demands and needs of Indian Royalty, which was influenced by British aristocratic traditions.

The new breed of connoisseurs of luxury for unforgettable journeys like no other, are unraveling the essence of what I’m calling            Incredible Luxe India

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Rosanne Allen-Hewlett is a writer and connoisseur of all things “Luxury”, and will be reporting on today’s exceptional global goods, travel, realty and events.


You can find her at: Allen-Hewlett | The LUXE REPORT


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1 Comment

Posted by on April 8, 2016 in Uncategorized


One response to “Travel on The Luxury Trains of India

  1. David T Saint Albans

    April 19, 2016 at 10:42 AM

    Dear Rosanne, looking at your pages. Wonderful information here! Keep on going in this direction. Would love to ride one of these fabulous Indian trains!


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