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Day 1

Arrive in Mumbai.

When you touch base at the Mumbai Airport, get exchanged to the hotel for an overnight stay in Mumbai.

Day 2

Mumbai Sightseeing

Post breakfast, continue for touring. From the Gateway of India, take a speedboat to visit Elephanta Caves, known for having a tremendous Trimurthi symbol, a triple-headed Shiva. You will visit the Hanging Gardens, Prince of Wales Museum, Parliament House, Jain Temple and Marine Drive. An overnight remains in Mumbai.

Day 3

Mumbai - Lonavala

In the wake of eating begin your drive towards lovely slope station Lonavala, an exceptionally popular visitor put in Maharashtra. Appreciate relaxation exercises and you will likewise visit Karla and Bhaja Caves. Return back to the hotel for overnight remain.

Day 4

Lonavala - Khandala

After having your breakfast begin your drive towards lovely hill station Lonavala, an exceptionally popular visitor put in Maharashtra. Appreciate relaxation exercises and you will likewise visit Karla and Bhaja Caves. Return back to the inn for overnight remain.

Day 5

Khandala - Matheran

Post breakfast, begin the 2-hour drive to Matheran. On entry, investigate the tranquil environment. Visit famous focuses like Louisa, Garbut Point, and Echo. Return back to the inn for an overnight remain

Day 6

Matheran - Nasik

After breakfast, start 2-hour journey towards Nashik. Check-in at the hotel, Afternoon you will visit Sunder Narayan Temple, Sita gufaa and Trimbakeshwar Temple in Nashik. Return back to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 7

Nasik - Shirdi Sai Temple

After having breakfast leave for Shirdi Sai Temple. After arrival at Shirdi, check in at a hotel. Later, have Darshan at the popular Sai Baba temple. Spend the day in Shirdi. Overnight at the hotel

Day 8

Shirdi Sai Temple - Aurangabad

Post breakfast, begin the 4-hour drive to Aurangabad. Registration at a hotel. Later continue for the city visit. You will visit the Daulatabad Fort, Deogiri Fortress, Bibi ka Maqbara that resembles Taj Mahal. Afterward, you will cover Panchakki, a striking water process. Back to the lodging for an overnight remain

Day 9

Aurangabad -Excursion to Ellora Caves

Post breakfast, leave for an outing to Ellora caves, a World legacy site. These 34 caves, worked amid the sixth and eleventh century are committed to Buddhism, Brahmanism, and Jainism. Well, known destinations here are Viharas, Kailasa Temple, and the Buddhist Vishvakarma Chaitya. Return back to Aurangabad for the overnight remain

Day 10

Aurangabad - Excursion to Ajanta Caves

After breakfast, leave for an outing to the Ajanta caves, a World Heritage Site. These 29 caves, worked amid the second century and sixth century are devoted to Buddhism. Situated in the Sahyadri slopes, it has compositions and models delineating the life and lessons of Lord Buddha. After a trip to Ajanta holes, come back to Aurangabad for the overnight remain.

Day 11

Aurangabad - Mumbai

Start your drive back to Mumbai airport to board a flight for onward journey.

Accommodation in Villa or any preferred Hotels / Similar. Meals according to the plan Pickup & Drop from Airport/Railway Station. Sightseeing Tour by Swift Dzire/ Indigo or Similar as per the itinerary.
Any expense occurred due to exigencies. Travel Insurance & Gov. taxes. Monument visit fee or any entry fee or Camera fees. Any personal expenses, laundry, shopping, tips etc. Air & Train fare. Any adventure activities.

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October to June is the ideal time to visit Maharashtra as during these months the state enjoys a cool and invigorating weather.

Maharashtra is dotted with numerous forts, caves, beaches, religious sites, hill stations, historical monuments, and buildings. Some of the prime tourist attractions in Maharashtra include Mumbai, Bhandardara, Elephanta, Ajanta Caves, Aurangabad, Ellora Caves, Ganapati Phule, and Shirdi. Matheran, Mahabaleshwar, Nashik, Khandala, Lonavala, and Pune are other famous Maharashtra's travel destinations.

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