- Accommodation in a well appointed room
- Meal as per hotel plan
- All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- All Toll taxes, Parking & State Tax.
Shirdi Trip Day 1 – Arrival in Aurangabad | Transfer from Aurangabad to Shirdi (160 km/approx. 03 hours)
Shirdi Trip Subsequent to achieving Aurangabad airplane terminal, drive to the sacrosanct town of Shirdi, which is prevalent for being the home to Sai Baba – a loved holy person.
In transit Shirdi, visit the Shani Shingnapur Temple. This place of worship is committed from Lord Shanidev. A swayambhu icon made of dark stone is the feature of this sanctuary. Consistently, a huge number of explorers come here to venerate and perform different customs.
From that point, proceed with your drive to Shirdi. On achieving Shirdi, registration at the lodging and unwind for quite a while. Spend the night at recreation.
Appreciate a medium-term remain at the inn.
Day 2 – Sightseeing in Shirdi
Visit Sri Sai Sansthan (otherwise called Sai Baba Temple). This sanctum was initially developed in the year 1922. Invest energy in the sanctuary complex and feel blessed in the wake of offering your petitions to Sai Baba. The sanctuary premises has different sanctuaries, gallery and library, which are identified with the life of the holy person.
Spend the night at relaxation by investigating the encompassing regions. Appreciate a medium-term remain at the inn.
Day 3 – Transfer from Shirdi to Aurangabad
Registration from the lodging and continue towards Aurangabad. In transit, visit Ellora Caves – an UNESCO World Heritage Site – an old site renowned for its stone cut engineering. There are five Jain, 12 Buddhist and 17 Hindu buckles over here, which merit investigating.
From that point, proceed with your trip towards Aurangabad. On achieving, registration at the inn and unwind. The night is free for recreation exercises.
Remain medium-term at the inn.
Day 4 – Transfer from Aurangabad to Ajanta Caves (100 km/approx. 02 hours)
Go for an entire day outing to Ajanta Caves, which is additionally an UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are 30 Buddhist collapses this unpredictable, which are protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI). Investigate these holes, where you will discover figures and depictions, data about which have been nitty gritty out by ASI.
After the trip, withdraw to the inn and remain medium-term.
Day 5 – Departure from Aurangabad
Registration from the lodging and continue towards the airplane terminal for your forward journey.Tour Ends.