Tiger Express Ready for Rajasthan Jaunt

When: 19 November, 2016.
Where: New Delhi-Udaipur-Chittorgarh-Ranthambore
For more information, contact us at: communications@travelplanraj.com

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Indian Railways in collaboration with IRCTC launches Tiger Express with City of Lakes Udaipur. IRCTC has announce the departures of the new itinerary by a semi luxury train with dining car facility and AC road transportation. The Tiger Express, which was launched specifically for safaris in Madhya Pradesh (MP) in June 2016, is all set make Rajasthan its new home. Giving Bandhavgadh, Kanha tiger reserves in MP the slip, the train will begin its revised journey in the state of Rajasthan on November 19 by taking tourists to Ranthambhore for the tiger safari.

The Tiger Express is one of the most innovative tourism products launched by the Indian Railways and IRCTC. The train was launched on the World Environment Day earlier in June this year with the objective of spreading awareness about wildlife in general and the tiger in particular. The Railway minister had taken personal interest in conceptualizing this train with tiger motifs. The semi-luxury train has been revised to cover Udaipur, Chittorgarh and Ranthambore for a 4 night – 5 day odyssey starting from New Delhi.
The Indian Railways is foraying into wildlife tourism for the first time in the state, focusing on both budget and domestic tourists.

Package Details
Package Name – Tiger Express with City of Lakes Udaipur
Destination Covered – Udaipur, Chittorgarh, Ranthambore
Traveling Mode – Semi Luxury Tourist Train & A/c Transportation.
Class – 1AC, 2AC
Departure Dates – 19 Nov’16, 17 Dec’16, 21 Jan’17, 11 Feb’ 17 & 11 Mar’17

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