Palace on Wheels - Relish the lifestyles of the kings of yore on board
the Palace on Wheels, while listening to the silent tales of glory and
valor told by the majestic forts and splendid palaces of Rajasthan.
on Wheels has its first stopover at Jaipur in Rajasthan - the land of
Maharajas, magnificent Palaces and impressive forts.
on Wheels has its next stopover in the heart of the Thar Desert-Jaisalmer.
Jodhpur: Palace on Wheels now takes you to Jodhpur - a city ringed by a high
stone wall with seven gates and several bastions. This second largest city
of Rajasthan, founded by Rao Jodha in 1459, is known for its rock-solid
Swaimadhopur: Palace on Wheels today takes you on the adventurous jungle ride. Sawai Madhopur is the town at the entrance of the famous tiger reserve, Ranthambhor National Park. The Park is known for the its lush environs, with verdant fields, clear lakes, meandering rivers and, of course, the wildlife. The population of the Park includes the royal Indian Tiger, Hyena, Nilgai, Wild Boar, Fox, Sambar and over three hundred species of birds
Chittaurgarh: A visit to the city of Chittaurgarh is as exhilarating as a wildlife safari. Stories of chivalry, bravery and self-respect still resonate in this land where people have preferred death over loss of dignity.
Udaipur: Palace on Wheels today gives you an opportunity to visit the Venice of East - Udaipur. The "City of Lakes", Udaipur, was founded in the mid-16th century by Maharana Udai Singh on the advice of a hermit. The city is very romantic and remarkably beautiful, with tranquil lakes, lush green parks, verdant hills and historical ruins. It has a rich heritage of marble palaces and lakeside temples. Udaipur is built around the picturesque Lake Pichola. On the shores of the lake is situated the grand City Palace, with magnificently decorated courtyards, pavilions, terraces and corridors.
Bharatpur: Palace on Wheels today takes you to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and then to the much sought city of Taj - Agra. The famous bird sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park at Bharatpur, has more than four hundred varieties of exotic birds. Many migratory birds fly in from as far as Siberia and China in winter. Visitors can quite easily spot flocks of Spoonbills and Siberian Cranes.
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