IRCTC Special Train Char Dham Yatra Special Train: For the convenience of passengers, Indian Railways has decided to run Char Dham special train. IRCTC has started its country Chardham Yatra after the success of Shri Ramayan Yaatra Train
Now the speed of corona virus is decreasing across the country. Now, while giving a gift to its passengers, the Railways has decided to run a special train for the Char Dham (Badrinath, JagannatPuri, Rameshwaram and Dwarkadhish) Yatra (Char Dham Yatra). IRCTC has started Dekho Apna Desh Chardham Yatra after the sccess of Shri Ramayan Yaatra Train.
Accordingly the 16-day journey will start from Delhi Safdarjung Railway Station on September 18, 2021 and will cover the journey to Badrinath, which will include Mana village, Narsingh Temple , Rishikesh, Jagannath Puri. Including the Konark Sun Temple, Chandrabhaga Beach, Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi, Dwarkadhish including Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, Shivrajpur Beach and Bet Dwarka and Golden Beach of Puri.
This facility will be available during the journey,
let us tell you that during this time the passengers will travel about 8500 km. The state-of-the-art deluxe AC tourist train will have facilities include two fine dining restaurant, a modern kitchen, shower cubicles in the coaches, sensor-based washroom function, foot massager among others. Fully AC train will have two coaches 1st AC and 2nd AC. The train will have CCTV cameras and security guards for each coach.
Will pay for the trip so fare
IRCTC initiative of the Government of India to promote domestic tourism “Look under your ountry” is the special tourist train started. In this, a fare of Rs 78,585 will have to be paid per person for the journey. In which apart from traveling in AC train, accommodation in deluxe hotels, all food, travel insurance and IRCTC service manager will be provided at all places except hilly areas.
Booking will be for 120 passengers only
, keeping in mind the Corona rules, booking will be done for 120 tourists in this train with a capacity of 156 tourists. Also, guests aged 18 years and above are required to have at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.