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IRCTS starts special Deluxe AC Trains for Char Dham Yatra

After the astounding success of the Ramayan Yatra, IRCTC Char Dham Yatra special AC Deluxe train has restarted at the popular pilgrimage circuit of Char Dham yatra. This comes as a part of the ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ campaign.

It is a 16-day tour starting at Delhi it will cover destinations Haridwar including Ganga ghat, temples and Ganga aarti, Rishikesh including Lakshman Jhulla and Triveni ghat, Ayodhaya including Ramjanam Bhoomi, Hanuman Garhi, Saryu Aarti and Nandigram, Varanasi including Ganga Ghat and aarti, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Puri including Jagannath temple, Golden Beach of Puri, Konark Sun Temple and Chandrabhaga Beach, Rameshwaram including Ramnathswami temple and Dhanushkodi, Dwarka including Dwarkadhish Temple, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, Shivrajpur beach and Bet Dwarka.

Guests who board this train will be travelling approximately 8500kms on this tour.

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The state of art in this train is impeccable where this train has two fine dining restaurants, a modern kitchen, shower cubicles in coaches, sensor-based washroom functions, foot massager.

This is a fully air-conditioned train which provides 2 types of accommodation 1st AC and 2nd AC coaches. This has enhanced security measures that come with CCTV Cameras and Security Guard for each coach. 

With the government initiative of ‘Dekho Apna Desh’, to promote domestic tourism IRCTC has launched this special competitive package off 78,585 INR per person. 

This price covers AC classes, accommodation in deluxe hotels, all meals, all transfer and sightseeing in AC vehicles except hilly areas, travel insurance and services of IRCTC Tour Managers.

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