Loading

Maharashtra Yatra -1 (Covering Mumbai - Mahabaleshwar - Aurangabad)

MUMBAI (2N)-Mahabaleshar (2N) - Aurangabad(2N)

Day 1:- Mumbai  
Arrival at Mumbai Airport / Railway Station . Transfer to the Hotel. After lunch, half day Sightseeing. Evening is free for shopping / personal activity. Overnight stay at Hotel 
 
Day 2 :- Mumbai

After Breakfast, full Day Mumbai city sightseeing covering Gateway of India, Flora Fountain, Victoria Terminus, Prince of Wales Museum, Jahangir Art Gallery, Nehru Planetarium, Marine Drive, Hanging Garden, Haji Ali Mosque,  Mahalaxmi Temple, Siddhivinayak Temple, Crawford Market etc. Overnight stay at
Hotel Oberoi, Chateau Windsore, Emerald
 
 Day 3 : Mumbai - Mahabaleshwar (231 Km - 6 hrs drive) 
After Breakfast  proceed to Mahabaleshwar. On arrival check into the Hotel. Evening is free for Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at Mahabaleshwar

 
Day 4 :- Mahabaleshwar  

After Breakfast proceed to full Day Mahableshwar sightseeing covering Wilson Point, Cannought Peak, Elphinstone Point, Majorie Point, Castel Rock, Arthur Seat, Babington Point, Baghdad Point, Monkey Point, Echo Point etc. Overnight stay at Mahabaleshwar 
 
Day 5 :-  Mahabaleshwar - Aurangabad  - (350km -7hrs drive) 
After Breakfast proceed to Aurangabad. On arrival check into the Hotel. Half day Aurangabad City Tour. Overnight stay at Hotel

 
Day 6 :-  Aurangabad - After Breakfast Excursion to Ajanta Caves & Ellora Caves. Overnight stay at Hotel 

Day 7 :- Aurangabad - Mumbai – (320km - 6hrs drive)
After breakfast departure for Mumbai by Surface On arrival drop at mumbai Airport / Railway Station.

  • Private tour is operated with just your party With Driver 
  • Comprehensive tour of the city 
  • English speaking Guide can be provided at Mumbai & Aurangabad 

  • We can Quote for the Above Tour with 3/ 4 / 5 star Hotels included with Breakfast (CP ) OR Breakfast & Dinner (MAP ) 
  • All Tours With Personalised Driver 
  • All Tours can be customised as per Your Requirements.

Mumbai Visit

Be on the Beach
You can’t visit Mumbai and not have fun on its beaches. Of these, the two most popular are the Juhu Beach and the Chowpatty Beach. The former has metamorphosed from being a narrow sand bar off the coast of Salcette Island in the 19th century to one that has at its edge the most elite suburb of the city. In fact, visitors come here not just for the beach but also to have a look at the imposing bungalows of the film stars. The Chowpatty Beach is the one with larger crowds simply because it is so very accessible. And not only that, it has a row of shops that offer some of the most delicious snacks by way of chaats, bhelpuris, pav bhaji and of course an assortment of kulfis and ice-creams. You can also walk down from here to Marine Drive, called the Queen’s Necklace, and marvel at a skyline that truly defines the soul of Mumbai. Some of the other beaches, located at quite a distance, are those at Madh Island and the ones at Marve and Manori. The one at Gorai is where the Global Vipassana Pagoda is located.

Walk into the Past
Museums in Mumbai have always been a big draw, offering great glimpses into not only the rich past of the city but the country as well. The city has over 15 museums catering to varied subjects such as archaeology, ancient art, natural history, science and technology, contemporary art, flora and fauna, and so on. The biggest of all such museums is undoubtedly the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya. It dates back to 1905 when its foundations were laid by Prince of Wales and is home to a rich collection of artefacts ranging from sculptures, miniature paintings, coins, etc. Another interesting museum is that of the Bombay Natural History Society which showcases a very rare and prestigious collection of faunal biodiversity in India, which includes bird, mammal, reptile, and amphibian specimens – well-preserved and open to researchers too. And there is also the fascinating Nehru Centre which has a permanent exposition, ‘Discovery of India’, which unfolds varied aspects of Indian culture and its journey through times through its 14 galleries.

Take a Bollywood Tour
For anyone who comes to Mumbai, Bollywood is always high on the sightseeing itinerary. But while you may not be allowed to enter the gates of any film studio on your own, there is now a wonderful way of going about it. Take the ‘Bollywood Tour’. It gives you the opportunity to see what happens behind the scenes as you visit the sets of films or television programmes. You may be lucky enough to come close to some of Bollywood’s biggest stars and at the very least you will get an insight into all the creative pain and effort that goes into the making of ‘entertainment’.

Explore the Architecture At Mumbai
Apart from the high-rise buildings that today dominate the Mumbai landscape, the city is also known for the British style of architecture. It also has several other architectural masterpieces as found in caves, forts, churches, mosques, temples, modern shopping malls, huge bungalows, etc. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, for instance, has been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its highly impressive architectural and technological innovations.

Mahabaleshwer visit

Arthur's Seat Point : Arthur's seat point is an exotic and picturesque spot, overlooking the konkan. On the way to Arthur's point are the ancient Temples of Lord Shiva, 'Gau-Mukha' - Connected to a source of water. This is supposed to be the source of the five Deccan rivers - viz, Krishna, Koyna, Veena, Savitri & Gayatri.

Elphinstone Point : The other places of interest here for holiday makers are the Echo Point, Malkam Point, Tiger Spring, Hunter Point, Castle Rock Point, Savitri Point, Elphiston point, Cannought Peak Point,WilsonPoint(Sunrise Point), Bombay Point (Sunset Point)and the Babington Point.

Krishna valley : The krishna valley depicts the beautiful calligraphy of nature and a beautiful location for nature explorers and fun seekers.

Venna Lake : The Venna lake is a great attraction to everybody with its dazzling sight, boating, facilities and stalls for games and eatables.It is within walking distance from Town (mahabaleshwar).

Panchgini : A neighbouring Hill Station-(A famous education center).

 Lingmala waterfall : The Lingmala waterfall is an overflow from Venna lake and cascades down in a steep drop.One can easily notice the three steps it makes in its endeavour.

 Go Boating in Tapola lake : Enjoy the scenic beauty of the Tapola lake on a long boat ride. This lake in fact is the back water of the Koyana dam. A boat ride through the clean blue waters and along the lush green foliage is very soothing to the eyes and mind.
Tapola Lake as seen from koyna valley, a bird's eyeviewgiving an overview of the backwaters spot of the Koyna Dam - a great picnic spot, (Bird's eyeview of tapola lake). Tapola Lake holding the time still at the backwaters of the koyna dam.   

Other places of interest: A small town called Wai on the banks of the river Krishna - famous ancient temple of Lord Ganesh.

Pratapgad Fort : Pratapgad Fort is just 22 kilometers from Mahabaleshwar and stands 1,080 meters above sea level. It has been built on a spur which overlooks the road between the villages of Par and Kinesvar. Out of the 360 forts that bear testimony to the glory of Maharaja Chhatrapati Shivaji, the Pratapgad Fort is the fount from where the history of this legendary Maratha emperor turned into a decisive course after he scored a historic victory against the mighty Afzal Khan, commander of the Bijapur Adilshahi forces on November 10, 1659.
Another formidable Fort of Shivaji Maharaja in its serpentine winding charm is a historic monument.This fort holds a commanding view of the konkan below one can easily see raigadh fort in the west and saddle back in the south.An exotic and breathtaking view of the misty mountains of Mahabaleshwar, a place you cannot afford to miss out if you are a genuine holiday maker.

  Try Horse Riding : While you can visit the various points in Mahabaleshwar either on foot or by car, another option is to hire a horse and add to the fun. For first-timers this may be a bit of a wobble, but it sure beats getting around in a motored vehicle.

 

Aurangabad Visit

  • Ajanta (Aurangabad)
  • Daultabad (Devigiri) Fort (Aurangabad)
  • BIWI Ka Maqbara (Aurangabad)
  • Ellora Caves 
  • Khuldabad
  • Panchakki
  • Aurangabad Caves