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It is a bit tricky to get to Elephanta Caves since there are no signs showing which line you should go to at Gateway to India. It is best to ask other tourists because there are many people trying to make you buy or do...More
The ferry to the island costs approximately Rs. 205. for the ferry you can get ticket around the gateway india to Mumbai. In addition to the fare, there is a small cost to enter the cave complex, which is approximately equivalent to 15 Indian rupees....More
This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was on my list for quite some time. Finally, got a chance to visit. We took a ferry ride from Gateway of India and it took around 1hr to reach to the Elephanta Island. One has to...More
After reading the history of the caves, we were really looking forward to this visit, but came away very disappointed. We paid to go across to the island on a boat, which was great to see the coastline of Mumbai. When we got there, the...More
The boat ride over was definitely the best part of this trip. It was rather magical. The caves were interesting, but there wasn’t too much to see, and it was a little disenfranchising to see the metal rose where the pillars etc had been re-moulded....More
Huge difference in pricing for foreign tourists and Indian tourists for no reason,
Charging ₹15 on top of entry fee that is ₹40 for no reason when asked they simply says Panchayat Tax ,
Toy Train is a joke ₹10 fees for 2-3 mins ride...More
These caves are nice but they are situated on an island and hence a boat ride is invovled.
The rode takes about 30 min from Gateway and can be choppy in the monsoon. Caves are good to see once. Carry water and your own food,...More
Its a historical venue with 5 caves, one of which has the Antient statues of Shiva and Parvati. Its beautiful carved and worth the visit.
The motorised boats from Gateway are very convinent. We encountered a bunch of young boys, who were wanting to get...More
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Actually for sightseeing it's good, but it's quite risky as there are heavy rains in Mumbai region. The route to walk up to elephanta caves might be very slippery now. Plus due to high tide very less ferries go. I think you... More
Actually for sightseeing it's good, but it's quite risky as there are heavy rains in Mumbai region. The route to walk up to elephanta caves might be very slippery now. Plus due to high tide very less ferries go. I think you should wait 1 or 2 months.