Deccan Odyssey experience becomes cheaper for Indians

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July 15, 2016 2:31 PM

Experiencing the luxury train Deccan Odyssey has now become cheaper, as the Cox & Kings-operated train has slashed prices for Indian citizens who are resident in India

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Experiencing the luxury train Deccan Odyssey has now become cheaper, as the Cox & Kings-operated train has slashed prices for Indian citizens who are resident in India , as part of its “Companion Offer” exclusively Indian citizens who are resident in India.

Indian travellers can avail the discounts on the new set of journeys commencing from October 2016. Travellers can book a cabin and avail 50 per cent discount for their companions.

Deccan Odyssey will embark on its journeys from October 1, 2016 covering some of the renowed sites. The offer is applicable on bookings made from June 16 to September 30, 2016. Besides Indian citizens who are resident in India, foreign diplomats / Expats resident in India having work / resident permit can also avail of the special offer.

Cox & Kings is the outsourced partner of The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) for Deccan Odyssey. The luxury train stands out for its superlative service combined with world-class amenities. It has been refurbished in keeping with the aspirations of the new-age traveller. The journeys offer a glimpse of “Incredible India” with stops at destinations that have historical significance and diverse cultural offering.

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