Traveling always gets a new experience and when one chooses train to do it, the excitement just triggers to another level. The luxury train experience introduced in India takes this experience several folds higher with the royalty and comfort that is offered during the entire trip. These trains have been designed to fulfill the adventurous desire while keeping the passengers safe. A best way to explore India when visitors come for the first time is taking a tour with any of the five trains. These take separate tours in different regions and have the lavish set up to treat the passengers majestically throughout.
1. Maharajas Express
King of all, Maharaja Express train is owned by IRCTC and is the most expensive train of all. It tours around 12 destinations from October to April, where most of the destinations lie in Rajasthan. This train offers a range of five itineraries during the month of September and April and includes amazing experiences like seeing temples of Khajuraho, watching elephant polo in Jaipur and meeting the members of the royal family. The price range of the Deluxe Cabin starts from $3,850 and goes up till $12,000.
Read more: Top 5 Luxury Indian Trains That Are the Star Performers of Indian Railways
It is hard to find activities to enjoy as a family as there will be people of different age groups and expectations. When it comes to Nepal, you need not worry about it. There are numerous family-friendly activities to enjoy in this place. This article will highlight a few top options available for you.
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Travel through Cuba not limited to backpacking is so many things - but above all, (and I will surely fail to impress upon you) is the uniqueness of it. With a history dominated by controversy involving most notably the USA and Soviet Union, Cuba has not been without violent incident and struggle. In more recent history these incidents made all the more acute and rightly or wrongly by an individual man called Fidel Castro and certain others outside Cuba - men who have come and gone (Castro remains *), and other less known individuals making up the army and another individual we all know as Che. The revolutionaries that once and for all freed Cuba from Batista. Some think he [Castro] is dead others read that which he has had written from his hospital bed. But this is not a story of the History of Cuba this is a story of Cuba today (may june 2008).
*Summer 2016 it could be that Fidel Castro is dead.
Editors note - Fidel Castro Died November 25, 2016 according to the nations press.
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I travelled alone on this trip and yet I never really did. I met some great comrades of the backpacking kind from just a few days in. My itinerary was not fixed. I had hopes of diving a lot and didn't. I ended up with the following route; Havana,Maria la Gorda,Vinales, Cayo Levisa, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba, Baracoa,Varadero and Havana.
I mad a brief tour of el Capitol which looks like the white house (the dome at least) and had a run the next morning which made me late for my bus to Maria La Gorda. It was a truly great run up to vedado along the Malecon sometimes uncomfortable wearing the ipod and GPS oh well...the red trainers are well travelled. I was jet lagged and so I won't get into Havana yet.
Read more: Cuba Backpacking Guide - An unspoilt paradise.