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From October 8, IRCTC to launch Bharat Darshan Tourist Train

In a bid to promote tourism, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) will be starting a special Bharat Darshan Tourist Trains on October 08 which will begin from Rewa station of Madhya Pradesh to Agra, Mathura, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Amritsar and Vaishno Devi Shrine.

According to the IRCTC Public Relations Officer, PRO the main aim is to give an enhanced experience to promote beautiful and historical places of North India and to provide comfort to the passengers, a boarding facility for this special train will be available from Rewa as well as Satna, Katni, Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Itarsi, Hoshangabad, Habibganj, Vidisha, Ganj Basoda, Bina and Jhansi stations.

“The eight nights and nine days tour has been designed keeping in mind the interest of every kind of traveller, who loves fun with devotion and visit old traditional cities of India,” said the PRO.

Additionally, according to the PRO, it has been decided that the train will be priced at 8505 INR per person for sleeper class and 10,395 INR for 3 AC.

In this tour package, passengers will be provided breakfast, lunch, and dinner with accommodation in budget hotels along with transportation. Accident insurance up to ₹4 lakhs will also be given to the passengers. 

During the entire duration, the IRCTC team will take care that they ensure necessary COVID protocol, health and hygiene, and ensure a safe worry-free experience by maintaining social distancing at all times. 

The tourist who wants to experience this journey should be fully vaccinated and the age limit to experience is over 18 years. 

Bharath Darshan project is a joint collaboration with Indian Railways and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture where they organize the cheapest packages at all times and this one is a very popular tour package to explore and experience various destinations in North India.

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