This private tour in Aurangabad will take you to visit Ajanta's wondrous cave temples are cut the rocky sides into of a dramatic crescent-shaped gorge. The caves are etched and painted with vegetable and mineral dyes. Followed by Ellora Cave, you will see the famous rock caves temples of Ellora that were constructed between the 5th and 8th centuries A.D to depict the Hindu, Buddhist and Jain faiths. Also see the architectural marvel of the monolithic Kailasa Temple, carved out in the rocky cliff-side from top to bottom.
• 8 hours
This private tour will take you to visit Ajanta's wondrous cave temples, a World Heritage site, that cut the rocks into a dramatic crescent-shaped gorge. On the top the gorge, there is a beautiful waterfall that drops over the mountain rim in a series of seven steps to a pool below. It is dated back to the 2nd century B.C. covering a span of 800 years and during the period professional artists helped Buddhist monks to create magnificent murals narrating the story of Buddha in his cycle of incarnations. The caves are etched and painted with vegetable and mineral dyes and the paintings have languorous beauty and magical eloquence.
• 8 hours
Explore the fascinating city of Aurangabad along with two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Ajanta Caves and the Ellora Caves, on this 3-day private tour with round-trip flights from Mumbai. The tour includes hotel pick-up, airport transfers, transportation by air-conditioned vehicle and a guide for sightseeing. Your overnight stay in Aurangabad will be in either a 4-star or 5-star hotel, as per the option you select at checkout.
• 3 days
This combo tour of Ajanta and Ellora caves is perfect for travellers who have limited budget and limited time. You will get a chance to see a lot in this smart price tour. Sightseeing Ajanta caves on day 1Sightseeing Ellora caves on day 2Pickup and Drop for Airport / railway station / bus station in Aurangabad.Guided tour . These tourist attractions consist of 64 rock-cut caves, located in close proximity from the city of Aurangabad Today, Ajanta and Ellora Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
• 2 days
The historical city of Aurangabad is a tourist hub, surrounded by many historical monuments that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.Ellora caves have the finest surviving examples of Indian art, built in the 5th century AD.This exciting 10 hours tour starts with an early morning one hour flight to Aurangabad which is the closest city to visit the magnificent Ellora caves described by many as the “Eighth Wonder of the World”.
• 14 hours
The Ajanta Caves are a UNESCO world heritage site discovered by accident in 1819. See the 30 different caves that served as ancient Buddhist prayer halls. This full-day tour begins and ends at your hotel, and includes a detailed guide book of the caves.
• 8 hours
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ajanta contains thirty carved Buddhist caves overlooking a scenic gorge. You will have a guided tour of these caves and learn about the caves’ architecture, Buddhist legacy and artistic masterpieces. The caves include paintings and sculptures described as the finest surviving examples of Indian art.
• 6 hours
The state of Maharashtra, home to the largest number of caves in India, has awe-inspiring Sahyadri Range caves of all sizes, shapes and hues. From ancient rock-cut caves to those with intricate sculptures that have housed reigning deities since time immemorial, these caves are fascinating archaeological legacies. The UNESCO Site of Ajanta contains thirty carved Buddhist caves overlooking a scenic gorge. Highlights UNESCO World Heritage - Ajanta caves The horseshoe shaped gorge with 30 caves. Ornate facades and beautiful ancient frescoes Wall paintings depicting the life of Buddha UNESCO World Heritage - Ellora Caves Statue of Lord Buddha The Great Kailasa - UNESCO World Heritage Site Channels near Cave 32 through which the volcanic lava once flowed
• 3 days
The Ellora caves, locally known as ‘Verul Leni’ are located about 18 miles north northwest of Aurangabad. Ellora is one of the largest rock-hewn monastery-temple cave complexes in the world. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is world famous for the largest single monolithic excavation in the world, the great Kailasa (Cave 16). Our half day tour will give you insight into the history and beauty of these amazing caves.Highlights Statue of Lord Buddha The Great Kailasa - UNESCO World Heritage Site Channels near Cave 32 through which the volcanic lava once flowed
• 4 hours
Aurangabad is famous for its Historic gates. This is because there are thirteen gates which are still present in the city. Visit the Ellora Caves which holds the distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are also Aurangabad Caves which are artificial caves, dug out of the rather soft rock during the 6th and 7th century. There is an imitation of The Taj Mahal of Agra, called Bibi Ka Maqbara, which is a mausoleum, i.e. the burial place of Aurangzeb's wife. Explore these astounding sites in an air-conditioned vehicle, accompanied by a professional and well-versed guide, who will introduce you to the intriguing facts of these places.
• 8 hours