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Deccan Odyssey

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Deccan Odyssey

The Deccan Odyssey is a special luxury train modelled on the Palace on Wheels to boost tourism on the Konkan route of the Indian Railways. The route starts in Mumbai and travels to Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Goa, Belgaum, Kolhapur, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ajanta-Ellora and then back to Mumbai.[1]

It is a venture of the Maharashtra Government and the Ministry of Railways, Government of India.[2] In addition to being a train that touches tourist spots, this aims to be a complete 5-star hotel on wheels, with two restaurants and a bar, a sauna, business centre and other such amenities on board. The coaches fitted with special amenities were manufactured by the Integral Coach Factory in Chennai.

In 2004, the Maharashtra government stopped its run of the Deccan Odyssey, citing poor response, but restarted it after the monsoon season.

The duration of the tour is 7 nights, starting every Wednesday from Mumbai.


10 fully air-conditioned Deluxe Cabin saloons, each with combination of 4 twin bedded chambers and 2 fully air-conditioned Presidential Suite saloons each with 2 suites with combination of living room & bed room. Saloons are equipped with channel music, intercom, player, attached toilets, running hot and cold water, shower, wall-to-wall carpeting and other amenities.


Mumbai-Sindhudurg-Goa-Vasco-Kolhapur-Aurangabad (Ellora)-Jalgaon(Ajanta)-Nashik-Mumbai

Other Tourism Trains


  1. ^ "The world's top 25 luxury trains - Business". Retrieved 2010-12-04. 
  2. ^ "Deccan Odyssey - The Official Website of the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation". Retrieved 2010-12-04. 

External links

  • The Deccan Odyssey Train
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