Highlights Of Maharashtra – 07 Nights/ 08 Days
Mumbai – Aurangabad – Nashik -Mumbai
Details of this tour
Essence of Maharashtra
Maharashtra (literally “the Great Dominion”) is located on the western shores of India, flanked on one side by the Arabian Sea and the Deccan Plateau on the other.
This mammoth state of 130 million is the economic capital of India and the destination where millions of Indians chase “the Indian Dream”. One of India’s greatest metropolitans, Mumbai, the “city of dreams” and the home of Bollywood, is also located in this proud state.
It is also famous for the UNESCO World Heritage Site Ajanta and Ellora Caves, the hill stations of Western Ghats, the wine-producing region of Nashik, and the exotic wildlife of its National Parks.
Resplendent Travel’s exclusive 7-night itinerary features the best attractions in Maharashtra: the glitz and glamour of Mumbai, the tastes of the Wine Capital of India Nashik, and the mysteries of Ajanta & Ellora.
Personalized exclusively to your style, our tours stand out from the rest with their luxury, unfettered privacy, and a host of meticulously curated bespoke experiences you won’t find elsewhere.
Itinerary at a Glance
Arrival in Mumbai | Start of Tour
Your tour begins in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra. You’ll be greeted by representatives of Resplendent Travel and transported to your accommodation.
Mumbai | Exploring India’s Maximum City
After resting up, you’ll discover the attractions of India’s Maximum City.
Must-see destinations covered during the day: Gateway of India, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (railway station), Global Vipassana Pagoda, Shree Siddhivinayak Temple and Tour of Bollywood (Film City).
Aurangabad | Unraveling the Mystery of Ajanta & Ellora
You will fly to Aurangabad (1.5 hours flight). On the first day, you will visit Ajanta, and the next day the Ellora caves. The Rock-cut caves of Ajanta and Ellora in the district of Aurangabad date back to the 2nd and 6th centuries BC respectively.
Comprising 34 caves with rock-cut temples bearing ancient Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist influences, these UNESCO World Heritage Sites are a national Indian heritage treasure.
Nashik | Wine Capital of India
The Nashik region of Maharashtra located 100 miles (3 hours drive from Aurangabad) is known as “the Wine Capital of India.”
The terrain sustained by the Godavari River is perfect for vineyards. Some 30 wineries are located in Nashik, making it a great destination for wine-tasting tours.
You’ll enjoy two days of wine-tasting and learning about the art and process of wine-making.
Mumbai | Cultural Attractions
The next day, you will travel back to Mumbai (3.5 hours) and spend the remaining day exploring the city at your leisure.