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Rewind to Mumbai’s pre-colonial days on a private half-day tour of the Elephanta Caves. With a private guide, ride a ferry to Elephanta Island in Mumbai Harbor, and explore its UNESCO-listed caves and rock art, believed to date from the 500s. Explore the main Shiva Cave with its huge sculptures of Shiva and Hindu mythologies, and admire the smaller Buddhist caves as your guide shares their history. Ferry and entrance tickets at own expense and option to include a family lunch.
Make the most of your time in India with this full-day private tour to visit the famous Taj Mahal with Mumbai, including round-trip flights. With hotel pickup in Mumbai, domestic flights, and a guided tour of the Pearl Fort, the Agra Fort, and the Taj Mahal, this seamless tour lets you get the full Agra experience with utmost convenience.
The Elephanta Caves are located on a small island an hour’s boat ride from Mumbai. Take a guided tour to learn about the history the history of the beautiful caves and how the colossal images were carved into the hard rock. A trip to the Elephanta Caves is a perfect way to escape the bustling city of Mumbai and discover a unique attraction on your trip to India.
Traveling independently to see Agra’s Taj Mahal from Mumbai can be stressful, with flights, tickets, accommodation, and guides to pre-book. Save all the time and effort with this private 2-day trip that covers all the essentials, including return flights to Delhi, private round-trip transport to Agra, an overnight hotel, and private guiding at the UNESCO-listed Taj and Agra Fort. Plus, you get shopping time, breakfast, and Mumbai airport transfers included.
Close to Mumbai on an island off the Sea of Oman, the “City of Caves” contains phenomenal rock art and rock-cut architecture. The UNESCO World Heritage-listed archaeological complex, built in the 5th and 6th centuries, can be tough to navigate alone. Traveling by ferry from the Gateway to India, this private tour gives a personalized overview of the fascinating site.
Marvel at the labyrinth of ancient rock-carved cave temples when you visit the Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO world heritage site. Get there without the hassle when you book this package tour with a professional guide. Enjoy seamless transportation to and from Elephanta Island, then spend the afternoon touring Mumbai’s iconic landmarks. This tour Includes private guide and vehicle, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Discover the colonial heritage of Mumbai on a half-day walking tour with a local guide. Visit major sites including the Gateway of India, Regal Theater, the Prince of Wales Museum, and the Victoria Terminus Railway Station—a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll also take in Elphinstone College, Bombay High Court, the Flora Fountain, and learn about the 19th-century architecture and rare books of the David Sassoon Library. Your guide shares commentary about India's colonial era on this comprehensive tour of India's largest city.
Watch the city come to life during this morning tour of Mumbai that showcases the top attractions and landmarks in the city. Follow your friendly, local guide through the historical sites, including the Gateway of India and the iconic Elephant Caves. Learn about local culture and traditions as you take in the incredible beauty and culture that surrounds you.
A guided tour to Elephanta Caves, collection of temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Traveling on a cruise to reach this UNESCO world heritage site accompanied by your professional English speaking guide. You would also get a chance to visit Victorian-style architecture, Gateway of India.
Take a private full-day full-day tour of Jaipur after traveling from Mumbai by airplane or train (your choice). In Jaipur, your guide shows you the historical attractions such as Nahargarh Fort, Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Albert Hall Museum, City Palace, and Jaigarh Fort. Understand why Jaipur is known as the Pink City on a tour that includes private guide and vehicle in Jaipur, entrance fees, and pickup and drop-off in Mumbai. Or choose to remain in Jaipur after your tour.
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I will Traveler a Unique experience rather than other normal Tours. I take them back in time along with the Heritage Briefing about the place what it was before and now. I Give them the Local Life experience in the City.
Sightseeing in Mumbai? Dodge the crowds and see the sights in style with a private guide and driver, and a personalised itinerary. This full-day tour is yours to customise as you want, so you can visit the landmark Gateway to India, drive down Marine Drive and admire the Mahalaxmi Temple, or venture off-the-beaten-track to Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat. Add on a tour of either the Elephanta Caves or Kanheri Caves, or spend time browsing the capital’s leading art and history museum.
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Dating back to a period as long ago as the 1st century BCE to the 11th century CE, the Kanheri caves are located on the scenic island of Salsette, onthe outskirts of Mumbai. They exhibit a range of Buddhist sculptures, carvings,paintings, etc. This set of 109 caves is carved out of rock and gain their name from the term ‘black mountain’ in Sanskrit. They overlook the hillside. Most of these hills are covered with gigantic trees and offer a breathtaking view of fresh greenery. The rock-cut steps pave the path to these massive caves. One can easily draw a contrast between the oldest ones of them and the ones built comparatively later. The rain water conservation is the source of water for these caves. These caves came into the spotlight post the Buddhist settlements by the 3rd century CE. Ever since they have been an important part of the Buddhist influence in the Konkan region. The Kanheri caves were utilized by the Buddhists for living, studying and also most importantly meditating. One can spot the Buddhist styles in sculptures, on the designs of pillars and also the stupas which significantly signify Buddhism. They are also prominent for connecting different trade centers to one another. By the time the caves were ruled by the Mauryans and Kushans, it had evolved into a University center. Each cave holds an individual uniqueness and is famous for its own significance. While some were utilized as the Buddhist learning centers, the others were rest places for travelers. The entire journey comprises of detailed information about the caves especially the major ones in detail. The tour will roughly be spread around a period of 5 hours ending with drop back at the hotel.
Go to the Taj Mahal and back all in the span of one day with this whirlwind tour out to India's best-known monument. You'll fly to Delhi bright and early, take a cab ride to Agra, and head straight to the Taj Mahal with a local guide. You'll also get to visit the stunning Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, before heading back to Delhi for your flight back to Mumbai.
A private guided tour to the Elephanta Island Caves (UNESCO World Heritage Site) & Mumbai Highlights.(Art Deco Marine Drive, Chowpatty beach, Dhobi Ghats, Mani Bhavan, Gandhi’s Bombay residence, Prince of Wales Museum...etc)
Morning 9.00 AM our guide will pick-up your from your hotel, and proceed for a guided tour of Mumbai ‘The City that Never Sleeps’. The first spot is at Mumbai harbor where you will take a ferry ride to Elephanta Island, explore the heritage site famous for the ancient caves - which were used during 5th century BC. Later in the afternoon, take a ferry back to the land. After lunch at any restaurant, you will be taken to Gateway of India for photoshoot and sightseeing. Later, you will be taken to Prince of Wales Museum. You can find interesting artifacts of Indus Valley civilization here. Later visit Mani Bhavan, a memorial for Mahatma Gandhi. Later our representative will transfer you back to your hotel in Mumbai.
This is a private tour of Mumbai. This tour can be customized for tourists who don’t have enough time but want to see the most of Mumbai. In this tour we offer you a fascinating 'getaway' that gives you a ringside view of the 'madness and magic' of MUMBAI - the living city that 'never sleeps'. Visit Includes Dhobi Ghat, Hanging Garden, Mani Bhavan, Marine drive, Gateway of India, Drive passes High Court, Prince of wales Museum, University, Flora fountain, Visit to Crawford Market & Victoria terminus now Cst, Jain temple, Banganga tank. The idea behind the tour is for you to experience the city the way locals do, to see Mumbai from an insider’s perspective. We will make sure you experience the real spirit of Mumbai.
The private tour will begin in Mumbai a city famous as the heart of the Bollywood film industry & the country's financial powerhouse. Get up close look at the stunning Ajanta and Ellora Caves two unique UNESCO World Heritage sites. Explore 34 caves at Ellora, dating between the 6th & 11th centuries AD, as well as 29 caves at Ajanta, dating between 2nd century BC to 6th century AD. Experience a taste of India by exploring the Golden Triangle, traveling from the country’s capital city Delhi to the wondrous sites of the Mughal capital of Agra, the legendary Fatehpur Sikri, Abhaneri and the Pink City of Jaipur.We can operate the tour in reverse order and guest can arrive in Delhi and depart from Mumbai
After pick–up from your hotel in Mumbai, travel roughly 3 hours in an air-conditioned private vehicle to reach Karla around 10:00 am. Take a walk through the impressive site, ascending 200 steep steps to reach the caves, excavated thousands of years ago from a hillside in the Western Ghats in Maharashtra. The rock-cut shrines were developed for Buddhist monks to use during the monsoons. They featured chaityas (prayer halls) with intricate carvings, the largest of the rooms measures 148 feet and was created in the 1st century B.C. After exploring the caves, take a break to purchase lunch at a restaurant of your choice. Then head to the Bhaja caves, another religious site near the Karla Caves. At the end of a full day, drive back to your Mumbai hotel where your tour ends with a hotel drop off.
Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this comprehensive private tour of Mumbai's top museums. With a dedicated guide leading the way, visit the National Gallery of Modern Art, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, and Jahangir Art Gallery. Finish up with a cold beer at the famous Leopold Cafe.