5-Day Private Tour with the Ajanta, Ellora and Elephanta Caves
Visit famous UNESCO listed site, Ajanta & Ellora Caves. The Ellora Caves belong to the Buddhist, Hindu and Jain faiths. The most remarkable of the carved shrines at Ellora is the Kailasa Temple chiseled out from a single rock & is lavishly carved and sculpted. The rock-hewn caves at Ajanta, cut into the scarp of a cliff are either chapels or monasteries. On the walls of the caves are paintings, many still glowing with their original colours.
4 nights / 5 days
Included5-Day Private Tour with the Ajanta, Ellora and Elephanta Caves
Not IncludedDeparture TaxesEntry Fees5 Star AccommodationPersonal GuideBreakfast
Day 01: Delhi/Aurangabad:
Fly To Aurangabad, Upon Arrival You Will Be Transferred To Hotel. In The Noon, Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Ellora Caves. One Of The Most Fascinating Archaeological Sites In India, Ellora Dates Back To About 1,500 Years Ago, And Is The Epitome Of Indian Rock-Cut Architecture. The 34 Caves Are Actually Buddhist, Hindu And Jain Religious Monuments Carved In The Rock. Return Back To Your Hotel In The Evening. P.S. : Caves Remains Closed On Tuesday.
Day 02: Aurangabad:
Embark On A Full Day Excursion To Ajanta Caves. The Caves Are Famous For Their Architectural Splendour, Buddhist Legacy And Artistic Masterpieces, Including Narratives Painted On The Walls Of Prayer Halls And Residential Cells. The Caves Include Paintings And Sculptures Which Are The Finest Surviving Examples Of Indian Art, Particularly Paintings And These Are Representative Of Buddhist Religious Art With Figures Of The Buddha And Depictions Of The Jataka Tales. P.S. : Caves Remains Closed On Monday.
Day 03: Aurangabad/Mumbai:
Fly To Mumbai, Upon Arrival You Will Be Transfer To Your Hotel. In The Afternoon Proceed For The Sightseeing Tour Of Mumbai City. Visit The Gateway Of India, Mumbai’s Most Famous Monument. Visit CST Train Station, An Outstanding Example Of Victorian Gothic Revival Architecture In India, Blended With Themes Deriving From Indian Traditional Architecture. Meet Mumbai’s Famous Dabbawala’s (Food Delivery Men) At Work Near Churchgate Station. Drive Past Marine Drive And Juhu Chowpatty Beach To Reach Mani Bhavan. Mani Bhavan Is A Small Museum Dedicated To The Life And Works Of Mahatma Gandhi.
Day 04: Mumbai:
Proceed For Half Day Excursion To Elephanta Caves. Board A Ferry To Elephanta Island To Visit The Caves (40 To 45minutes Cruise). Not Only Is The Island Host To A Bounty Of Nature In The Form Of Lush Plantations Of Palm, Mango And Tamarind Trees But Is Also Home To Ancient Cave Temples That Have Been Carved Out Of Rock And Which Have Been Declared A World Heritage Site. To Return To Mumbai Boat A Ferry Leaving At 1200hrs From Elephanta Island. P.S.; Caves Remain Closed On Monday.
Day 05: Depart Mumbai:
The Room Has Been Booked Till 1200hrs Today. Your Tour Concludes After Checking Out From The Hotel At 1200hrs.