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Aurangabad Private Tour: Ajanta And Ellora Caves Sightseeing Day Tour

Price USD$80.00


Aurangabad Private Tour: Ajanta And Ellora Caves Sightseeing Day Tour
This private tour in Aurangabad will take you to visit Ajanta\'s wondrous cave temples are cut the rocky sides into of a dramatic crescent-shaped gorge. The caves are etched and painted with vegetable and mineral dyes. Followed by Ellora Cave, you will see the famous rock caves temples of Ellora that were constructed between the 5th and 8th centuries A.D to depict the Hindu, Buddhist and Jain faiths. Also see the architectural marvel of the monolithic Kailasa Temple, carved out in the rocky cliff-side from top to bottom.

Meet your guide at hotel lobby in Aurangabad at 07:00 AM and proceed to Ajanta Caves (approx. 2.5 hours). These 2nd century caves are great achievements by Buddhist monks and here you can see beautiful frescoes, wall paintings and vivid sculptures reflecting the peak of ancient Indian art and architecture. The horseshoe shaped gorge has 30 caves dividend in two phases.

After sightseeing at 12:30 PM, you can choose the cuisine and restaurant your are interested for lunch at your own cost. After lunch at 1:00 PM, proceed to Ellora Caves and arrive at 03:00 PM. You will see the famous rock caves temples of Ellora that depict the Hindu, Buddhist and Jain faiths and were constructed between the 5th and 8th centuries A.D. We will also stop by the architectural marvel of the monolithic Kailasa Temple, carved out in the rocky cliff-side from top to bottom.

At the end of your journey at 06:00 pm, sit back and relax on the drive back to your hotel in Aurangabad by 07:00 PM.

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This private tour in Aurangabad will take you to visit Ajanta\'s wondrous cave temples are cut the rocky sides into of a dramatic crescent-shaped gorge. The caves are etched and painted with vegetable and mineral dyes. Followed by Ellora Cave, you will see the famous rock caves temples of Ellora that were constructed between the 5th and 8th centuries A.D to depict the Hindu, Buddhist and Jain faiths. Also see the architectural marvel of the monolithic Kailasa Temple, carved out in the rocky cliff-side from top to bottom.