Breakfast and dinner will be served on board while lunch will be provided at the destination. Only on the final day will lunch be served on the train adn dinner at the Taj Residency Nasik.
Tickets for the train are priced at US$ 350 per head per day and are all-inclusive, except for the drinks and use of the health spa. Catering and housekeeping on the Deccan Odyssey have been contracted to the Taj Group of hotels.
"Our priority is to sell the full 7-day package but we will consider the option of also selling segments of the journey based on the availability of seats," says Singh. The 21-coach train will have 13 saloons with 5-star facilities that will accommodate 96 passengers, two restaurants, a bar, conference room, health spa, staff accommodation and two generator cars.
Each passenger saloon car comprsing of four compartments will accommodate two, making a total of eight to a carriage. All saloons have a common lounge with a flat screen TV and the rooms are fitted with 5-star convenience including attached baths and toilets.
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