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Deccan Odyssey
Day 1 - (Wednesday) Mumbai
Departure in the evening from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai.

DAY 2 - (Thursday) Jaigadh, Ganapatipule, Ratnagiri and Bhatye Beach.
Morning - Arrival at Bhoke Railway Station. Reach Rai Bhatgaon Jetty by Air Conditioned Bus for Back Water Cruise, which takes you to the historical fort Jaigad. Board the bus to explore finest beach along the Konkan coast. Free time and lunch at Ganapatipule beach resort. At noon board the bus for sight seeing tour of Ratnagiri town. Visit to Ratnadurg Fort, Lokmanya Tilak Smarak and free time in Ratnagiri Bazar. Board the train at Ratnagiri Railway station.

DAY 3 - (Friday) Sindhudurg. Tarkarli. Sawantwadi.
Morning - Arrival at Sindhudurg Nagari Railway station. Departure by Air Conditioned Bus to Malvan Jetty to witness Sindhudurg Sea Fort. From jetty you proceed to Tarkarli beach resort for lunch and leisure time for outing and shopping. After lunch Back Water Cruise through the Tarkarli creek up to Kalse Jetty followed by a visit to Sawantwadi town by bus to witness fabulous lacquer handicrafts, paintings and furniture at the “Shilpagrama” in the town. Late in the evening, board the train at Sawantwadi railway station.

Day 4 - (Saturday) Goa
Morning - Arrival at Karmali - Goa, the pearl of the east. Board the bus to reach Old Goa to witness Basilica De Born Jesus, Se Cathedral, and the Church of St. Francis of Assissi, that began as a mosque but now is an archaeological museum for Goan antiques. Proceed towards Panjim by bus. Free time for short walk in city and bazaar followed by lunch at Fort Aguada Beach Resort. After lunch you are taken to Dona Paula and 250 years old House. Late in the evening, board the train from Madgaon railway station.

Day 5 - (Sunday) Pune
Morning - Arrival at Pune, the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Board the bus to visit; Mahatma Phule Mandai, the old central market and Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum houses variety of artifacts of the 17th, 18th & 19th Centuries; Sir David Sasoon Synagogues built in 1867, The Osho International Commune, which is on of the biggest centre for mediation and spiritual growth. Lunch & free time at Hotel Le Meridian. After lunch visit the Tribal Museum having collection of 2000 rare and precious articles related to tribal life, Aga Khan Palace, a place where Mahatma Gandhi was incarcerated during freedom struggle presently converted into a Museum dedicated to Gandhi family. Witness Sound and Light Show at Shaniwarwada. Late in the evening board the train from Pune railway station.

Day 6 - (Monday) Aurangabad
 Morning - Arrival at Aurangabad station. Proceed by roadways to witness the Historical Daulatabad Fort. Then visit Ellora caves, a World Heritage site, having 34 cave temples dedicated to three different religions- Hinduism, Buddhism & Jainism. Enjoy the lunch and cultural programme at Hotel Taj. After lunch, visit to Shivaji Museum with weapons and antiques from the great Maratha Empire. Aurangabad Caves No. 7 & 8, Bibi-ka-Maqbara; a replica of Taj Mahal, a grand piece of Moghul architecture are the other tourist places. Now you have free time for shopping Paithani, Himroo, Bidriwork from showrooms for a perfect memorabilia. Late in the evening, board the train from Aurangabad railway station.

Day 7 - (Tuesday) Ajanta and Nashik
Morning - Arrival at Jalgaon railway station. Board the bus to reach Fardapur resort. After breakfast, proceed to visit renowned Buddhist caves of Ajanta, a World Heritage Site, to witness some of the finest paintings and sculptures of the 2nd century AD. At noon board the train at Bhusawal railway station. Proceed to Nashik. Lunch on-board. Arrival at Nashik railway station. Departure to visit Panchawati Ghat and Sula Winery Yard. Dine with wine at the winery yard. Late in the night board the train at Nashik railway station.

Day 8 - (Wednesday) Mumbai
Morning - Arrival at CST - Mumbai where the journey bids you a goodbye leaving with some fond memories of the journey.