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- Explore the UNESCO-listed 7th-century Elephanta Caves
- Visit Mumbai’s most famous landmark, the Gateway of India
- Enjoy a boat ride across Mumbai Harbour
- Ride a toy train from the jetty to the base of the hill
- Visit the intricately carved Cave Temples
DescriptionAfter hotel pick-up, explore the Gateway of India, a prime landmark of Mumbai. Opposite to the Gateway stands the Royal Taj Mahal Hotel. Board the ferry to reach Elephanta Island, and listen to an introduction to Hinduism. Hop off the boat and explore Elephanta Cave, a kilometers' stroll from the wharf. Ride a toy train from the jetty to the base of the hill. Trek the 120 steps to the caves. Step into an enormous hall upheld by a large pillar and see the vast Mahesamurti statue. The whole cave complex is around 60,000 square feet and is made out of natural rock. Capture excellent pictures with the Arabian Sea in the backdrop, and head out of the caves to see the beautiful Elephant-shaped rock structure. After completing your Elephanta tour, head back to the ferry at 1:30 PM to travel back to India's Gate. On reaching the harbor, the chauffeur will drive you back to your hotel.
IncludesEntry fee to Elephanta Caves Roundtrip boat trip Toy train ticket Hotel pick-up by private air-conditioned car Expert English-speaking guide All taxes and service charges Air and train fare Personal expenses Gratuities Camera fee at monuments
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