Beginning from Mumbai, you will be travelling to Aurangabad. Often referred as the tourism capital of Maharashtra, Aurangabad is home to historical Ajanta and Ellora caves. Known for the dozens of gates it has, the city is named after the Mughal ruler- Aurangzeb. The caves in the city have been declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO and now attract a major chunk of tourists in the city. After visiting the historical city, you will be travelling back to Mumbai, which will mark the end of the tour.
Day 01 : Arrive Mumbai
Upon your arrival, receive a warm welcome at airport by our Representative and get transferred to hotel. Mumbai is the commercial capital of India and also a bustling metropolis. Mumbai is also knows Bombay. This busy city is the hub of Hindi film industry, known locally as Bollywood. It is also home to India's largest slum population. On the other hand it’s a shopper's delight with bargain buys, exclusive boutiques, ethnic markets and mini bazaars.
This evening you can spend at nightclubs, pubs, theatres, beaches and restaurants.
Night stay: Mumbai.
Day 02 : Mumbai
After a lavish breakfast at the hotel, we head out to start our expedition with our expert tour guide. Visit Gateway of India - 26 meters high Archbuilt during the British Rule, Princes of Wales Museum - was built in order to honor and commemorate the visit of King George V to India in 1904, Marine Drive also known as 'Queen's necklace', because the street lights make the road look like a string of pearls. It is a famous tourist spot, you can enjoy the stunning sight of the setting sun at dusk, Mosque of Haji Ali, Hanging Gardens, Kamla Nehru Park and Dhobi Ghat. Evening we will take you to Juhu Beach and spend some time there watching the life of the locals.
Night stay: Mumbai.
Day 03 : Mumbai – Aurangabad (By Flight)
Post to breakfast we drive to Airport to fly for Aurangabad. On arrival, check in at the hotel. Relax and gain some stamina to visit the best of natural beauties, some offer stunning efforts of man in the forms of monuments, buildings, forts and many more. The name of the city ‘Aurangabad’ is named after the Mughal king Aurangzeb. It is also called as the City of Gates.The city is brimming with rich culture, historical attractions and famous Mughlai cuisine. Visit the famous Bibi Ka Maqbara – sole illustration of Mughal architecture built by Aurangzeb’ son to pay homageto his mother Begum Rabia Durani. Later, visiting the Panchakki, a watermill of Medieval times. It is a perfect place to disburden one self.
Nighstay : Aurangabad
Day 04 : Aurangabad – Ellora
Today we drive further to Ellora Caves by car. Ellora Caves are spaced over 2 kilometers and there are 34 caves representing three religions namely Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. The Ellora Caves inhouses various monasteries and temples.The 16th Cave named Kailasa is the largest monolithic structure in the world with magnificinet stonework depicting different legends. Spend the day entirely exploring the caves.
Night saty: Aurangabad
Day 05 : Aurangabad – Ajanta
After having breakfast drive to Ajanta caves, masterpieces of artistry and skills of Indians and thus recognized as the World’s Heritage sit By UNESCO. The series of 29 caves along with monasteries were discovered in 19th century and were built in 2nd century.The Budhists art, paintings , murals and sculptures depicts the mythological history of ancient times belonging to events of life of the Prince. The caves are sculpted in a manner to capture entire Ajanta site from a platform. Spend the entire day exploring the extravagant monumental caves. Later, drive back to hotel for well-earned repose. Nigh stay: Aurangabad
Day 06 : Aurangabad – Mumbai (By Flight)
After the breakfast, drive to airport to fly back to Mumbai. Meet our representative and get transferred to hotel. Remainder of the day is free for leisure or else you can explore the local markets of the city.Night stay: Mumbai.
Day 07 : Mumbai - Departure
Morning after relaxed breakfast, timely departure heading out to Airport for your flight back home taking Your reminiscence of the trip to India. We do hope you will have an opportunity to visit us back soon and look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you again.