3Days in Aurangabad (3D2N)
Pune-Aurangabad (maharashtra)(1N)--Aurangabad (maharashtra)(1N)--Pune(0N)--3D
Starts from Pune
Pune is a vibrant metro city in Maharashtra, a hub of education, industry, information technology, entertainment, and so on. But what makes Pune still more significant is that it is a place from where you can plan several exciting trips to hill-stations, forts, and places of pilgrimage, not to forget an adventurous package too. Apart from the many interesting places just beyond the city limits of Pune, such as the Sinhagad Fort or the backwaters of the Khadakvasla Dam, tourists always make it a point to visit the twin hill-stations of Lonavala and Khandala for its bracing weather and the wonderful views you get of the valley and the snaking highway that leads to Mumbai. Distance from Mumbai: 150 kms How to reach Air There are direct flights from Mumbai airport to Pune. Rail There are many trains which connect Mumbai to Pune. The train journey is very convenient and goes through the scenic Khandala ghats. Road These two cities are very well connected by road. There are State transport buses as well as private buses which ply between Pune and Mumbai. The expressway has reduced the travel time between the two cities by approximately two hours. The expressway starts at Kalamboli (near Panvel), and ends at Dehu Rd. (near Pune).
Day 1: Pune To Aurangabad (maharashtra)
We will pick you up in the morning from your desired location and drive straight to Aurangabad. On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Later, we will visit Ellora and Ajanta Caves, Aurangabad Cave and enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.
Ellora Cave: Recorded in the list of world-heritage site, Ellora cave is situated around 30 km away from Aurangabad. The Kailash Temple of the Ellora caves is the major attraction among the tourists and work of art of the architect. The temple is one of the largest and massive sculptures of the world.
Aurangabad Cave: Excavated from the soft rock during the 6th and 7th century, the caves are divided into two separate locations - Western Group Caves having caves 1-5 and Eastern Group Caves having caves 6-10, located 1 km from apart. The image and designing is moulded by Tantric Hinduism.
Day 2: Aurangabad (maharashtra) To Aurangabad (maharashtra)
After breakfast we will visit Bibi Ka Maqbara, Quila-E-Ark and Sunehari Mahal. In the evening drive back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Bibi Ka Maqbara: Built in 1679 AD by Aurangzeb's son, the monument Bibi Ka Maqbara was built it in the memory of his mother Rabia. It was designed by Ata Ullah, who initially designed the Taj Mahal.
Quila-E-Ark: Build in 1692 on the order of Aurangeb, Quila-E-Ark palace is also known as the Killa Arak. The ruins of this palace are extended from Delhi to Mecca gate. The Jumma Masjid and Dabar hall are the only leftovers that are of interest to the tourists.
Sunehari Mahal: Located in Paharsingpura, Sunehari Mahal was constructed by a Bandalkand chief who came with Auranzeb in the Dakhan. The structure is made of stone and lime and is counted among the marvel of Aurangabad.
Day 3: Aurangabad (maharashtra) To Pune
After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and drive back to Pune. On arrival at Pune, we will drop you at your place.
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