Starting From INR 13,800 | 2Night3Days
Be a part of votary of World Heritages
Ajanta & Ellora in a trip of 2night 3days
in the company of an expert guide
Visit Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves, two of India's greatest world heritages !
||• Fly to Aurangabad (Maharashtra) by a evening flight.
• On arriving, meet an assistant. Then transfer to Hotel.
Overnight in Aurangabad ｜Meals offered：Dinner
|• Get going for an amusing drive to Ajanta
• You would lionize the caves with the wonderous carvings and paintings like the painting of Padmapani.
• After the illustrious Indian stone etchings drive back to Aurangabad and get comfy at your respective hotels.
Overnight in Aurangabad ｜Meals offered：Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner
|• Get ahead the next morning exploring other historical memorials in Aurangabad that includes Bibi-ka-Maqbara, mausoleum that exceptionally resembles Taj Mahal.
• Then moving on to Ellora to visit the World Heritage Site of Ellora Caves.
• Enjoy the sightseeing and then return to Aurangabad airport to board evening flight back home
Meals offered：Breakfast , Lunch
** Ajanta Caves are closed on Mondays
** Ellora Caves are closed on Tuesdays
** The tour is generally planned with an late evening arrival flight and early evening departure flight. But it can be customized as per the request of the customer and availability of the flight options.
Price per person
| Hotel Plan
||Number of people (1 room)
（2 twin/double rooms）
（1 triple room）
（1 twin/double room）
|Single room supplement INR 3,800/-
** 9.0% government service tax would be applicable on the prices above.
** Air tickets can be arranged on request based on best available airfare.
** For more than 4 people in a group, kindly contact us for the best possible quotes.
** The prices above are valid from April 1, 2016 to September 30, 2016.
For other dates, kindly contact us.
** The prices above may amend depending on the time of inquiry or tour application
** For more than 3 people travelling or for a child under 12 year’s old, kindly get in touch with us for the best prices available.
Above mentioned prices are inclusive of:
English Speaking Local Guide (accompanying from Aurangabad) | AC private car and its driver as in the itinerary
o Economy plan Indigo – 1 to 2 people:
Innova – 3 to 4 people
o / Standard plan: Innova – 1 to 4 people / Entrance fee for the monuments mentioned in the itinerary | Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary for 2 people in one room. However prices of 3 people could be included as per the rates of one of Triple room.
| Parking fee
| Meals - BF: 2, LN: 2, DN: 2
Above mentioned prices are exclusive of:
Air fare | Personal expenses - Drinks, phone calls, laundry, medicine etc. | Tips to the guide and driver
Hotels for this tour
Economy hotel plan
- Ambassador Or Similar
Standard hotel plan
- ITC Welcome hotel Rama International Or similar
** If these hotels were full at the time of booking, we would book another same class hotel.
Our way of tripping
• Personalized tour with a private car and a professional guide from start to end.
• Carry baggage of any size in your private car
• Visit the two wonders in India, Taj Mahal, the masterpiece of Mughal Architecture, and Agra Fort, built by the prospering Mughals just in a day.
• Applications just before the tour are also addressed.
• No worries of planning an instantaneous trip.
The admired wonders..!!!
Visit two of India's greatest World Heritages - The next most accepted destination after Agra and Jaipur!
Spend ample time to comprehend and commend the depth of artistic carvings and Buddhist art on traditional heritages - Ajanta and Ellora.
Ajanta caves with the masterpieces of Indian Buddhist art
Ajanta was unexpectedly rediscovered in 1819 by a British officer who came there for tiger hunting. While numerous Indian Buddhist ruins are well known for their stone carvings, Ajanta caves are left with many murals that were mainly built in two periods, the former being BC 2nd century to AC 2nd century and the latter was mid-5th century to 7th century parallel to the time when Buddhist art had commenced to prosper.
The Padmapani in the first cave is one of the pronounced works in Ajanta Caves, which is said to have influenced the manner of painting of Mahasthamaprapta in the Main Hall of Horyu-ji Temple in Japan that was destroyed by a tragic fire in 1949.
The murals were painted with some kinds of pigment like lapis lazuli, which is said to be brought from Afghanistan, or loess etc. on the wall of the caves undercoated by the materials of cow dung, clay or lime etc.
The murals show the Buddha's biography and Jataka (the previous births of the Buddha) tales that are easily understood by illiterate people.
The must-see stone carvings! Kailasanathar Temple
Ellora Caves were carved out by Buddhist, Hindu and Jain monks over a span of 500 years from AD 6th to 10th century. Among the 34 caves on the cliff stretching for 2 km, 12 are Buddhist, 17 are Hindu and 5 are Jain. Because Ellora Caves have been prominently known and complimented since the time it was started to be built unlike Ajanta, only a few paintings are present inside the caves in today’s time. However, Kailasanathar Temple, the 16th cave, carved out by digging down the basaltic hill, gives a depth and apex of Indian stone carvings, with the wondrous carvings of 4 lions above the praying hall and several gods and goddesses meticulously carved.