Kolkata, Nov 7 (UNI) It sounds unbelievable but true - disco dance on a moving Indian train, that too at dead of a night.
It is officially possible if you cough off Rs 34,990 for an 11-day trip to Mumbai via Goa, sponsored by i-Nova Group, a private travel agency, in association with the IRCTC.
Unveiling the unique tour itinerary beginning January two, i-Nova Group chairman Jayanta Chakraborty said a chartered train with 16 coaches would leave Howrah with an estimated 700 vacationers for Mumbai via Goa with top class facilities.
The train will have 12 AC two-tier coaches with all on board facilities like in airplane, and the bonus will be live performance of Baul songs, folk songs, music system, and disco after midnight, added Managing Director Rajib Mukherjee.
Sight seeing tours are also being included in the trip, which has active suport from IRCTC, Indian Railways, Goa Tourism, and the ICC Bank, said Mr Mukherjee.
The night halts in Goa and Mumbai will be in four and five starred hotels.
The booking for the trip, titled "Tolly 2 Bolly via Goa" starts from different outlets including South Eastern Railway and from website i-novatrip.com, which was launched today.
The SER would charge Rs 60 lakh for renting train.
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