AURANGABAD ITINERARY


AURANGABAD ITINERARY

AURANGABAD

Aurangabad District, also called one of the 36 districts of Maharashtra  state in western India. It is bordered by the districts of Nashik to the west, Jalgaon to the north, Jalna to the east, and Ahmednagar to the south. Aurangabad is the headquarters and principal city. The district covers an area of 10,100 km², out of which 37.55% is urban and the remainder is rural. Aurangabad district is a major tourism region in Marathwada…

ITINERARY

DAY 1

Aurangabad is well connected will Railways, roadways and airways. For all 3 modes of transportation book tickets keeping in mind that you need to reach till afternoon. Try reaching till 1pm which is quite comfortable.
1:20 pm – Private car will be there for pick up and drop service.
1:45 pm – Reach hotel and check in hotel
2:00 pm – Have your lunch
3:30 pm – Leave for Panchakki
4:00 pm – Reach Panchakki

5:30 pm – Leave for Bibi Ka Maqbara
6:00 pm – Reach Bibi Ka Maqbara

7:30 pm – Return to hotel
9:00 pm – Have dinner and Overnight in hotel

DAY 2

6:00 am – Wake up
7:30 am – Breakfast
8:15 am – Leave for Ellora Caves
9:00 am – Reach Ellora Caves and explore the caves

12:00 pm – Leave from Ellora Caves and return hotel
1:00 pm – Reach hotel and have your lunch
3:00 pm – Leave for Soneri Mahal
3:30 pm – Reach Soneri Mahal

Aurangabad

5:30 pm – Leave from Soneri Mahal and go for shopping
8:00 pm – Return to hotel
9:00 pm – Have dinner and Overnight in hotel

DAY 3

7:00 am – Wake up
8:30 am – Breakfast
10:00 am – Leave for Shivaji Museum
10:30 am – Reach Shivaji Museum

12:00 pm – Leave from Shivaji Museum

After visiting Shivaji museum you can have lunch near by or directly depart for Aurangabad railway station or airport or bus stand from where you can also get lunch in good quality and quantity and reach home with happy memories. Book tickets of late afternoon or evening.

If you want to rest on the 1st Day of your visit. You can reach in the evening time. You will be served dinner and overnight in the hotel. This can make your total tour duration of 4 Days.

Cost – Depends on the needs of the tourist

INCLUSIONS

  1. Train / Flights / Bus tickets
  2. Car pick up and drop with sightseeing
  3. Hotel room as per AP plan

EXCLUSION

  1. Shopping
  2. Entry fees
  3. Anything not included

Train / Flight / Bus Information-

Aurangabad is well connected with railways, roadways and airways. All these modes of transport help you to reach and depart with complete safety

143 thoughts on “AURANGABAD ITINERARY

  1. There is no Ajanta in your Itny, which isnalso very important.

    D1 : Arr Transfer in the afternoon visit Bibi ka maqbara, Sonehri Mahal, Panchakki, Ch. Shivaji Museum

    D2 Ajanta

    D3 Ellora enroute Daulatabad fort & later Lunch & Departure Transfer

    1. This is a complete tour of Aurangabad. If anyone needs Ajanta and Ellora we can add that as well. We can even do Shirdi

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