IRCTC Buddhist Circuit Tourist Train: Check fares, dates and other details of special train
IRCTC has Buddha Express Special Tourist Train where it offers 8-day tour to Delhi, Bodh Gaya, Rajgir and Nalanda, Varanasi, Lumbini, Kushinagar Sravasti and Agra. Buddhist tourist train covers all the places which had a significant impact on Buddha’s life and teachings.
Summer vacation is on and if you are planning a trip from IRCTC then here is a good offer for you. IRCTC has an offer on the Buddhist Circuit Tourist Train tour. It is offering a huge discount of 50%. Yes, you are reading right! If you are booking the trip on the IRCTC website for Buddhist Circuit Tourist Train, then on the purchase of one ticket you will get a 50% discount on the second one.
IRCTC has Buddha Express Special Tourist Train where it offers 8-day tour to Delhi, Bodh Gaya, Rajgir and Nalanda, Varanasi, Lumbini, Kushinagar Sravasti and Agra. Buddhist tourist train covers all the places which had a significant impact on Buddha’s life and teachings. Board the Buddhist train from Safdarjung Railway Station in Delhi as it heads for religious and traditional Gaya.
The package price for Buddhist Special tour is Rs 80,364 for First class AC tour, Rs 65752 for AC-2 Tier seat, Rs 90801 for AC- First Coupe. The package includes Journey by Exclusive Air-conditioned Train as per the Itinerary, Road transport by AC coaches as per the itinerary, Sightseeing as per the itinerary, Accommodation as per the itinerary, Meals as per the itinerary, English / Hindi speaking Tour Escort, Entrance fees of monuments/sightseeing trips as per the itinerary and Travel Insurance.
The package does not include India and Nepal visa fees, Items of personal nature, e.g. Laundry, Medicine, Alcoholic drinks etc, Road Transfers to and from Delhi-Safdarjung Railway Station, Hotel stay in Delhi before & after the trip, air ticket, visa charges etc, Any other services not mentioned in Package Price, Fees for Still/ Flash Video camera at the monuments and other places.
India, the country where Buddhism originated, has rich memories of the Buddhist legacy. As part of its drive towards austerity, the only kind of art and architecture that it supported were Stupas (stone cased moulds that commemorated relics of Buddha), Chaityas (prayer halls) and Viharas (cells for the monks). Buddhist Train India will help you visit all these places up close for a truly religious experience by train.