The Heritage on wheels comprises of 14 coaches including one restaurant and a bar lounge. The train is fully air-conditioned. However, there would be no facility of attached toilets in the cabin. In every coach there are two toilets shared by four cabins occupants.
· Fourteen saloons with heritage ambiance/décor
· Capacity 104 seats.
· Two Restaurants - Maharaja and Maharani
· Well Stocked Bar cum Lounge
· Kitchen and service cars
· Each saloon has a capacity to accommodate eight guests in four bedrooms with two bathrooms on sharing basis.
· Well-experienced staff in traditional uniform on board ready to serve variety of cuisine including Rajasthani.
· Visit to Palace/Castle at lunch.
· Sight seeing by deluxe coaches and Jeep Safari at sanctuary.
· Well trained guides
The entire Rajasthan has been a passion to be explored by the tourists. Bikaner and Shekhawati being lesser explored regions have been chosen for the Heritage on Wheels.
Day 1 :- Tuesday/Friday ( JAIPUR) :
Check in at Jaipur Railway Station
Reception 18.30 hrs.
Departure to Bikaner 19.30 hrs
Dinner on Board 20.00 hrs
One of the most well planned cities of the world of its time. Popularly knows as Pink City, Jaipur the capital of Rajasthan was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Sing II in 1727 A.D. Report for check-in to board Heritage on Wheels and Depart for Bikaner folowed by Dinner and overnight on board.
Day 2 :- Wednesday/Saturday ( BIKANER ):
Arrival at Bikaner 06.00 hrs
Breakfast on Board 07.00 hrs
Departure for sight seeing of Fort 08.30 hrs
Departure for Haat 11.00 hrs
Departure from Haat to Gajner 12.15 hrs
Arrival at Gajner 13.15 hrs.
Lunch at Gajner and Safari 15.45 hrs.
Arrival at Lal Garh Palace for Tea 16.15 hrs.
Arrival and Dinner on Board 18.30 hrs.
Departure for Tal Chhapar 23.30 hrs.
The Royal fortified city with a timeless appeal. Lying in the north of the Desert State, City is dotted with many sand dunes. Bikaner stands on a Slightly raised ground and is circumscribed by a seven Km long embattled wall with five gates. The magnificent forts and palaces created with delicacy in reddish-pink, sandstone, bear testimony to its historical and architectural legacy.
Day 3:- Thursday/Sunday (TAL CHHAPAR & SHEKHAWATI) :
Arrival at Padhiyar Railway Station 04.00 hrs.
Departure 07.15 hrs.
Arrival at Tal Chhapar and sightseeing 07.30 hrs.
Departure 09.00 hrs.
Arrival at Ramgarh 11.00 hrs.
Departure for sight seeing Ramgarh 11.15 hrs.
Sight seeing of Ramgarh Havalis (Mahanser) 11.30 hrs.
Sight of Mandawa Havalis and Cenotaphs 12.30 hrs
Lunch at Mandawa Resort 13.30 hrs.
Departure for Nawalgarh 15.00 hrs.
Arrival at Nawalgarh and sight seeing 16.15 hrs.
High Tea at Nawalgarh 17.30 hrs.
Arrival on Board 19.30 hrs.
Dinner on Board 20.00 hrs.
Departure for Jaipur 22.30 hrs.
TAL CHHAPAR & SHEKHAWATI
Shekhawati is simply beautiful. Every street, house and wall has the stamp of an artist's imagination in paint. Wherever you cast an eye, frescoes smile back. The plethora of these murals comes rather as a surprise in a land which is traditionally known as an 'impoverished corner of an arid land'. But then the whole of Rajasthan, which is partly sandy and partly rugged and blessed only in a few places with a lake or a patch of green, is an exercise in color. Color which is the everyday life of the people. Color which the people live in to counter that of the semi-arid scrub. Color that people give to their surroundings… You just have to visit Shekhawati to believe what a riot color and imagination can create together, the Shekhawati which is Rajasthan's very own Open Air Art Gallery.