3. Trimbakeshwar
4. Tapovan Darshan

5. Mini Tajmahal
6. Allora Gupha (Cave)
7. Godavari Nadi
8. Panchwati
9. Grishneshwar Jyotirling
10. Maruti Mariksh

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Mumbai vacations offer a lot for visitors to see, including museums, art galleries, colonial buildings, beaches, parks and gardens, and temples and other religious places. Gateway of India is one of the main landmark attractions of the city, and deserves a visit on Mumbai India tours. During Mumbai tour visit other popular attractions, namely Prince of Wales Museum, Jain Temple, Mahalaxmi Temple, Haji Ali Tomb, Chowpatty Beach, Marine Drive and Mani Bhawan. From the Mumbai Harbour a short ferry ride takes you to Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which houses 7th century rock-cut Shiva temples. Mumbai holiday packages also cover nearby tourist destinations like Vajreshwari (80 km), Lonavala – Khandala (100 km) and Matheran (105 km). While on Mumbai tours packages, dont forget to indulge in some shopping at the busy city markets that offer everything from clothes to fashion accessories. During Mumbai holidays remember to savour local delicacies of the city. Bhelpuri, Vada Pav, Pav Bhaji and Pani Puri are some of the specialities that you should not miss on a holiday in Mumbai. There are plenty of night hangout spots around the city, where you can eat and drink or shake a leg till the wee hours of the morning during your Mumbai trip.

Aurangabad is a popular destination to visit during your Maharashtra tours. This tourism capital of Maharashtra was once known as the capital of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and that’s how the city got its name ‘Aurangabad.’ Noted to be the largest city in Northern Maharashtra it was founded in the year 1610 by Malik Ambar who was the prime minister of the Nizam Shahi rulers of Ahmednagar. Some of the major tourist attractions this place offers are Kailash Temple, Bibi Ka Maqbara, Ajanta Caves, Panchakki and Shuli Bhanjan. The iconic names or attractions that play as a major crowd puller are the Ajanta and Ellora caves which are declared as a ‘World Heritage Sites’ by UNESCO. Aurangabad is one of the best travel destinations in Maharashtra and this place has many prime tourist places and must-see tourist attractions. There are about 30 Buddhist caves in Ajanta dating back to 2nd century BCE to 6th century CE. Dotted with superb sculpture and paintings along with narrative murals on Buddhist themes, Ajanta happens to be the prime tourist hotspot. The Ellora caves, on the other hand, are as old as 1,500 years.

Another tourist site amongst many more sightseeing places is Bibi ka Maqbara. Aurangabad is one of the fastest growing cities in Maharashtra, and also a major industrial hub. This city is well connected to the metropolitans by excellent rail, road, and airways. During Aurangabad tours, you can visit other excursion points like Khultabad, Pitalkhora, Paithan, Daulatabad and Shirdi. You can also catch a glimpse of the Grishneshwar Mandir, which is located about 30 kilometres from Aurangabad. With one of the 12 ‘jyotirlingas’ of Lord Shiva in India this temple’s restoration was done by Chhatrapati in early 17th century.Tourism in Aurangabad has seen good times ever since the city started to nourish its heritage, lifestyle, and ethics, thereby welcoming the tourists with a generous gamut of hospitality. You can also pay reverence at the shrines of many saints like Shaikh Burham-ud-din Gharib and Zain-ud-din Chishti. Aurangzeb Tomb stands upright at the southeast corner of the Zain-ud-din complex. Other places to visit in this city are Panchakki (17th-century water mill), Siddharth Garden and Zoo, Daulatabad Fort and Gateways.


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