Golden Triangle (Western India) – 8 nights / 9 days
Mumbai – Aurangabad – Mumbai – Goa – Mumbai
- Experience the metropolitan life of Mumbai
- Visit the World heritage sites of Ajanta and Ellora caves
- Enjoy the pristine and clear beaches of Goa
Day 01 Arrival Mumbai
Arrival Mumbai. Meet and assistance at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Afternoon shopping. Over night at hotel
Day 02 Mumbai
Morning visit to Elephanta Caves. Later sightseeing of Mumbai city. Over night at hotel.
Day 03 Mumbai-Aurangabad
Morning transfer to the airport to board flight for Aurangabad. On arrival transfer to hotel. Later sightseeing of the city visiting Aurangabad Caves and Bibi Ka Maqbara also called Mini Taj. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 04 Aurangabad
Morning sightseeing of Ellora Caves and Daulatabad Fort. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 05 Aurangabad – Mumbai
Morning sightseeing of Ajanta Caves. Later transfer to the airport to board flight for Mumbai. On arrival transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 06 Mumbai – Goa
Transfer to the airport to board flight for Goa. On arrival transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 07 Goa
Sightseeing of Dona Paula, Manguesi Temple, Old church and Shopping. Evening enjoy a boat cruise. Over night at the hotel.
Day 08 Goa
Day free to relax or enjoy the water sports like water-scooter, cycle, motorboat rides, windsurfing, parasailing, water-skiing, toboggan ski-biscuit, skibob, sports fishing, snorkeling, harpoon fishing, kayaking, and yachting. Over night at the hotel.
Day 09 Goa – Mumbai
Transfer to the airport to board flight for Mumbai. On arrival catch flight for onward journey.
Best season October – March
Mumbai, the capital of the state of Maharashtra known for its skyline is the country’s technological and financial hub. Gateway of India stands as the city’s defining landmark. St.Thomas’ Cathedral and the old town hall stand as reminders of the cotton boom prosperity of late 19th century. Victoria terminus, the high watermark of India’s Raj architecture and the bazaars of central Mumbai also attractions for the visitor. An hour’s boat ride from Colaba, the island of Elephanta offers one of the more atmospheric escapes from the crowd of the city. It is famous for the magnificent rock cut Shiva temple. When the crush of the city’s central districts gets too much, an evening stroll along Marine Drive and Chowpatty beach is the ideal antidote.
Further well known to all scholars and lovers of art and culture the city of Aurangabad is more familiar as the gateway to the ancient caves of Ajanta and Ellora, both famous as treasure houses of Indian Art and Sculpture.
Stretches of endless silver sand and white surf beaches wetted by the rush of the ‘azure’ Arabian sea, the taverns, white churches and temples resting against plush green padding fields and coconut trees, the nostalgic atmosphere, longer days of sun, sand and sea, one only feels very welcome to Goa.