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Mumbai Bollywood City with Ajanta & Ellora Rock Cut Caves Temples


If you have the spirit of the carnival then this tour is designed to be travelled by you.

  • 6 Nights 7 Days
  • Age 15+
  • India
  • Destination:Mumbai Bollywood City with Ajanta & Ellora Rock Cut Caves Temples
  • Arrival: Mumbai
  • Departure:Mumbai

Tour Plan

Mumbai, Gateway of India (Bollywood City) + Nasik (Wine Capital) + Aurangabad (Ajanta and Ellora Rock Cut Caves Temples)


Day 1: Arrival Mumbai

Welcome to incredible India, meeting & assistance on arrival, Indian magic begins here with traditional garlands & welcome drinks on arrival ( A Chilled Glass of Indian Kingfisher Beer/ Wine/Soft Drinks) transfer to the hotel & relax. Overnight stay in Mumbai.

  • We wish you a sound sleep, amidst dreams of thrilling days ahead.

Day 2: Mumbai

After breakfast visit, Elephanta Caves by ferry and after that Mumbai City tour Gateway of India built in 20th century in Mumbai also Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus a historic railway station and a UNESCO World Heritage site in Mumbai and The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque and Dargah Located on an islet off the coast of Worli in the southern part of Mumbai.

  • Drive past the city and Victoria Terminus, The Bombay High Court Building, Marine drive, and Chowpatty Beach, Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. Night stay in Mumbai

Day 3: Mumbai to Nasik

After a healthy breakfast in the morning, check out from the hotel and get transferred to Nashik hotel. It is a major pilgrims destination in the state of Maharashtra, and it is located at the banks of our holy river Godavari. Nashik is the city it serves as one of the venues for our holy "Kumbh Mela" held once in twelve years. Trimbakeshwar Temple is the ancient Hindu Pilgrims center located at the banks of the holy river Godavari. Trimbakeahwar is a holy Jyotirilingas among 12 Jyotirilinga in India. It was built by the Third Peshwa Balaji Rao.

Also Sula Vineyards, In 1996 Rajeev Samant planted the first wine grapes in Nashik and today 80% of India's wine is produced here, it is spread over 3000 acres now. Vineyards are the home to some of India's finest grapes and the site of the latest Viticulture Innovation and Technology


Day 4: Nasik to Aurangabad

Post breakfast, check out and proceed towards Aurangabad, the capital of Aurangzeb, ( the last of The Great Mughals). Arrive in Aurangabad and check in at the hotel.


Day 5: Aurangabad to Ajanta Caves

After a healthy breakfast in the morning. We proceed to visit the Ajanta caves are at the inner fold of the Sahyadri Hills 100km from Aurangabad in the shape of a mammoth horseshoe, are the 30 rock-hewn caves of Ajanta. The caved date from the 2nd-century BC.

  • The exquisite wall and ceiling paintings, panels, and sculptures of Buddha's life are famous throughout the world as the earliest and the finest examples of Buddhist pictorial art.

Day 6: Aurangabad to Ellora Caves ( Kailash Temple )

After breakfast we proceed to visit the Ellora Caves it is the rock-hewn temples and monasteries of Ellora with 34 cave temples in it, that lie just 30 km away from Aurangabad city. Then we visit Daulatabad Fort located at the top of the hill, it was built in the 14th century and The first owner of this fort was Muhammad Bin Tughlaq.

Also, visit Bibi Ka Maqbara -Between 1651 and 1661 century AD, Prince Azam Shah commissioned this mausoleum, in the memory of his mother, Rabia-ul-Daurani (Wife of the great ruler Aurangzeb).


Day 7: Panchakki to Onward Destination

After breakfast checkout from the hotel later proceed to visit Panchakki the water mill, its name taken from the mill which is used to grind grain for pilgrims. The complex of Panchakki had been a place of external abode of the great Sufi Saints who gathered to India in 12th Cent A.D.

After the beautiful view of Panchakki we departure you to Aurangabad Airport for onward flight.