IRCTC Resumes The Luxury Travel “Golden Chariot”, More Details Here


IRCTC has resumed the operations of Golden Chariot, a luxury train takes tourists across south Indian destination in states of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Goa.

The official twitter handle of IRCTC tweeted, “Vacation times are back now. The Golden Chariot Train embarked on its 6Nights/7 Days “Pride of Karnataka” itinerary from Yesvantpur Bengaluru Railway Station today amid traditional Indian welcome and hospitality to the picturesque landscape & destinations of South India.”

Ajay Kumar Singh, General Manager, South-Western Railways, inspected and interacted with passengers embarked in train, yesterday.

The Golden Chariot package will take travellers to sights of Bandipur national park, Mysuru, Halebidu, Chikkamagaluru and Goa, and to Unesco world heritage sites of Badami Caves, Pattadakal temples and Hampi palace and ruins of Vijayanagara.

IRCTC has also introduced new tour package, starting from next Sunday – “Jewels of South India”, which is a four days-three nights package, covering Mysuru, Tamil Nadu, Mahabalipuram, Thanjavur, Chettinad and Kerala back waters, Hampi and Kochi fort.

The tour packages include all onboard meals, necessary intermediate transport to sights, covering entry tickets and guide’s charges to all sights, making traveller’s experience hassle-free, the packages are priced at Rs. 3,20,130 and for a single supplement at Rs. 2,40,100.