Special Train from Bangalore to Rajasthan for Tourists

Rupee depreciation has simply boosted local tourism with more travelers taking interest in visiting Indian tourist destinations and Rajasthan tops the list. Tourism industry is apparently taking extra special care to delight local tourists and travelers in India….

As part of Dasara holidays, IRCTC is flagging off its special Royal Rajasthan Charter Train from Bangalore consisting of four – 3Tier AC Coaches and nine Sleeper Class Coaches on October 09, 2013 on a 12-day tour carrying tourists from Bangalore, Mysore, Hassan, Arsikere, Hubli, Bellary to the magnificent tourist destinations in Rajasthan — Udaipur-Chittaurgarh-Jaipur-Jaisalmer-Jodhpur- Mount Abu.

The unique features of the charter train are that it carries only tourists, has a separate Pantry car to cater South Indian vegetarian food, each coach has a manager and a security; coaches are equipped with Public Announcement system. The charter train also includes accommodation wherever night stays are planned and buses are arranged for sightseeing.

The tourists have been classified into Budget, Standard, Comfort & Deluxe and the rates are: Rs. 19,050, Rs. 21,370, Rs. 27,950 and Rs. 32,550 respectively.

For details contact: Ph: 080-25537772, Mob: 96638-77788, 96638-83323

Albert Hall

Rajasthan is not popular for nothing, its undulating terrains, colorful festivals, tempting cuisines and warm people are just gluing and win your heart at once. So, what stops you now? Go get your holidays booked with Royalty of Rajasthan!!

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New Tiger cubs spotted at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Close on the heels of the birth of some new cubs at the Ranthambore tiger reserve in the recent past, there are some more good news in store.

A trap camera caught three new born cubs recently at the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. This has been possible due to creation of conductive habitat for tigers and conservation measures. The photo here shows the tigress T26 (Sharmelee) with her cub in the Mai Dang region which is her territory. The cub seems to be about three months old. This photograph was taken through a camera trap installed by the forest department. Though the photograph shows only one cub the evidence of more cubs is being verified through camera traps and pug marks.

Sharmili with cub

Pug marks of a cub have also been seen with T11 (Chiroli tigress) in Chiroli area as well as a cub was seen with a tigress in Bakola area.

Seems the coming safari season has a lot of offer – more exciting pictures, frivolity of little cubs and some real action from the big cat family of the Jungle!!

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