Discover India's Beauty: Must-Take Train Journeys for an Unforgettable Experience
They say that if you want to explore India's diverse landscape, you should travel by train. The country offers a plethora of beautiful train journeys that provide breathtaking views of the diverse landscape, which can only be enjoyed best by train. So, pack your bags and embark on one of these beautiful train journeys to explore the beauty of India. . Here is a list of the most beautiful train journeys one must take in India.
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Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
Also known as the "Toy Train", this narrow-gauge railway runs from Siliguri to Darjeeling. The train passes through scenic tea gardens, picturesque villages, and lush green forests, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayan mountains.
Running along the Konkan coast in Maharashtra, this train journey is a feast for the eyes. The train passes through tunnels, bridges, and mountains, offering stunning views of the Arabian Sea and the lush green Konkan region.
Palace on Wheels
This luxury train takes you on a journey through the royal past of Rajasthan. The train is equipped with all modern amenities and takes you to some of the most beautiful palaces and forts of the state, offering a glimpse into the royal history of India. Book here
Running through the scenic hills of Himachal Pradesh, this train journey takes you through 102 tunnels, 864 bridges, and 18 stations, offering breathtaking views of the Shivalik hills.
This train journey takes you through the Western Ghats in Goa, offering stunning views of the lush green forests, waterfalls, and valleys. The train passes through numerous tunnels and bridges, offering a unique and memorable experience.
Nilgiri Mountain Railway
This train journey takes you through the scenic hills of the Nilgiri region in Tamil Nadu. The train passes through tea gardens, waterfalls, and lush green forests, offering stunning views of the Western Ghats.
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