Discover The Palace on Wheels

See everything from tigers to the majestic Taj Mahal while travelling on the regal Palace on Wheels. Featuring your own personal attendant, a spa car, two restaurants and antique wooden furniture, this lavish train allows you to sit back, relax and watch as India’s diverse scenery unfolds outside your window.

India is a vast country so seeing even a small part of it can take time and effort, however the Palace on Wheels allows you to take in the incredible sights of its most celebrated region in one sublime journey.

Travel in the manner of Indian royalty and British viceroys of a bygone era and explore the stunning treasures of the Golden Triangle, including sprawling forts, tranquil lakes and opulent palaces.

The Experience

Explore this beautiful land and its array of tourist attractions in royal style, just like a king! Rajasthan is a fascinating place and there’s no better way explore it than as a passenger on the Palace of Wheels. Living up to its name, it conjures up the ambience of a bygone era when the kings and queens lived in breathtaking opulence. This Luxury train not only gives you the thrilling experience of a train journey but also takes you into the heart of its most revered destinations.



Relax in style as you glide through the ever-changing landscape of Rajasthan. Each of the carriages are named after cities in the region, such as Jodhpur and Udaipur and feature expansive plate glass windows so you can get the best views. From swirling carpets on the floor to the traditional Oriental patterns on the ceiling, you’ll discover exquisite design flourishes everywhere. Relax in the ayurvedic spa or curl up with a book in one of the lounges to a backdrop of soothing music.


The cabins of the Palace on Wheels are the epitome of regal splendour. The train has 14 fully air-conditioned coaches in total, with four Cabins in each coach. There are 39 Deluxe cabins and two Super Deluxe Cabins, with décor that is worthy of the luxurious comfort experienced by the Indian royalty of yesteryear. The interior of the cabins is inspired by the décor of the palaces of the Maharajas. Rich, silk fabrics are another highlight and enhance the ambience.


A dedicated team of butlers, who are known as ‘khidmatgars’, is always present for the services of passengers. They also speak excellent English and are impeccably dressed with their splendid turban headdresses. This round-the-clock service ensures you are catered for from your journey’s beginning to its very end, and endeavours to fulfil all your requirements in the shortest possible period of time.


The train has two lavish restaurants styled after palaces “The Maharaja” and “The Maharani”. They serve a wealth of cuisines, from international to Chinese and Indian, with a particular emphasis on the dishes of Rajasthan. From tandoori chicken to meat-free paneer tikka, plus classic Indian sweets, most dietary requirements are catered for. Choose from a selection of cereals or even bacon and eggs at breakfast time.

Dress Code

Smart casual clothing and suitable walking shoes are recommended for off-train excursion tours. For all the wildlife tours, it is recommended that guests wear comfortable clothes in natural, restrained hues so that they can blend in with their surroundings. For obvious reasons, bright-coloured clothes are best avoided during wildlife excavations and will help you get the most from the experience. It’s also advisable to bring warm clothes with you on excursions during winter season departures.