India is home to uncountable heritage tourist destinations which carries immense historical as well as religious significance. The entire sub-continent is peppered with interesting and ornate structures which gives the travelers an opportunity to explore this land of enchanting wonders.
- Excursion to Ajanta caves
- Visit to the UNESCO world heritage site of Ellora caves
- Exploring the ancient cave complex
- Aurangabad city sightseeing and shopping
- Trying out the local delicacies
Day 1 :Arrival in Delhi – Aurangabad
Upon arriving at Delhi our tour representative will guide you to your connecting flight heading for Aurangabad. Once you arrive in Aurangabad you will be immediately checked in to your allotted hotel where you will be spending the night. During the daytime and post the check-in process you will be made to head out for a brief sightseeing excursion of the 2nd century BC iconic structures of Ajanta caves -, which is a part of Sahyadri Hills containing 30 impeccable rock-hewn cave complex.
Remember, Ajanta Cave complex remains closed on Mondays.
After a day of sightseeing, you will be headed back to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 2 :Aurangabad Sightseeing Tour
Post breakfast you will be made to proceed towards the Ellora caves – a UNESCO world heritage and one of the largest rock-cut monastery – temple cave complexes in the whole world. It features innumerable and extremely significant monuments and art work of Jain, Buddhist and Hindu religions; Aurangabad caves – the largest cave complex dating back to 2nd and 6th century; Daulatabad fort – a stunning 12th-century fortress set atop a hill and well preserved, showcasing the rich heritage of the bygone era.
After a wholesome sightseeing tour of the city’s tourist attractions you will be made to head back to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3 :Aurangabad – Delhi (Departure)
After your breakfast, you will be duly transferred to the airport from where you will board the flight heading on towards Delhi. Once you arrive in Delhi and are boarded to the connecting flight heading towards your desired destination, hence ending your tour package with us.
- Meals as per itinerary
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Driver allowance, parking charges, fuel price etc
- Guided sightseeing tour
- Pick up and drop off service
- Any expense of personal nature
- Extra charges in case of an emergency
- Shopping, tipping, portage, laundry
- Monument entrance fees, camera charges
- Anything not in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.How old are the Ajanta Ellora caves?
A. Ajanta Ellora caves date back between 2nd BC to 400 century ago.
Q.Which ruler had built Ellora temple?
A. Krishna 1 of Rashtrakuta dynasty is said to have built the Ellora temple.
Q.When were the Ajanta caves discovered?
A. The Ajanta caves were discovered in 1819.
Q.When is the best time to visit Ajanta Ellora caves?
A. June to March i.e. from monsoon to Winter months, it is the best time to visit Ajanta Ellora caves.
Q.When will the Ajanta caves remain closed?
A. Every Monday, Ajanta caves remain shut.