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Elephanta Caves

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Elephanta Caves

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Watch the sun set over Mumbai Harbor as you set sail on a world-class racing boat. Explore the island city of Mumbai from the sea with your expert guide. No sailing experience is necessary – feel free to sit back and relax, or try your hand at sailing the boat. Get a unique and serene experience, away from the crowded city while still enjoying views of the iconic Taj Mahal.
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Anjali kumari wrote a review Sep 2020
Mumbai, India28 contributions2 helpful votes
A different type of place to visit in mumbai.Awesome view on boat.You can easily take a ferry from gateway of india.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Deepak Mallyk wrote a review May 2020
Bengaluru, India18 contributions3 helpful votes
If you have a day to kill and you are new to Mumbai. You could probably plan a visit to Elephanta caves. This place is on an island, it can be only visited by boats operated from 'Gateway of India'. It means, in a visit to Elephanta caves you can cover Gateway of India, The Taj Mahal Hotel, and many places nearby. You can find a lot of foreigners visiting the caves. There are plenty of shops selling souvenirs, foods, and other refreshments on the way to the caves after reaching the island. Stone carvings, the entire architecture is interesting too. Preferred season and timing: The trip is going to be sultry in summers. I wouldn't recommend the peak summer months. Plan in the morning and it is not recommended to visit if you are starting from 'Gateway of India' around 4 pm, the caves could get closed by the time you travel on a boat and climb up to the caves. Though I wanted to give a 5 star, I reduced one star because of the dirty water during the boat journey.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Jayesh Shah wrote a review Apr 2020
Mumbai, India32 contributions2 helpful votes
It is a nice place for a picnic one can come here with a big group of people can spend amazing time over your love it
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Date of experience: April 2020
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StuartRoss-on-Wye wrote a review Apr 2020
Ross-on-Wye, United Kingdom86 contributions54 helpful votes
The boat trip to the island is relaxing and good. The walk uphill throgh the path lined with stalls selling all sorts is hard work but good. The sculptures in the caves are very interesting and there are lots of monkes to watch running around.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Uru wrote a review Apr 2020
Mumbai, India20 contributions41 helpful votes
It was a much more amazing n cool trip i had enjoyed ever ...i was very much excited for that.....i loved this place a lot.....we clicked so many pic n made so may videos ....a memorable place it was....want to visit again with my family and friends
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Date of experience: May 2019
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