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Elephanta Caves Tour

  • About Tour

What's included

Tour Start Date & Time
Everyday at 08:45
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places

A Unesco World Heritage Site dates back to 600 AD, Elephanta Caves is a must-see destination if you are fascinated by archaeology. You will have a first-hand experience of the spectacular temple sites and precious collections of Hindu temples. It is named after the elephant statue that once stood near the island’s shore and is now at one of the museums of Mumbai.

Your tour will begin with exploring the biggest fish trading centre of Mumbai Sassoon dock where they unload the freshly caught fishes. We will then hop on a 45 min ferry ride to the island and climb 120 steps to enter the cave. Once entered you’ll be able to explore the history behind the artifacts, statues of Lord Shiva and other deities. There is a massive three-headed Shiva sculpture carved out of a rock, and you would listen to the tales and stories behind these sites, which is one of the major attractions in the caves. You will discover a beautiful cultural heritage site and gain a deeper understanding of India’s religious history and archaeological site in this 5 hours tour.

You can also add Dharavi  Tour OR Street Cuisine Tour right after this.  

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Notice: We have no photography policy in  some of the place on this tour due to  the government’s regulation. 

Tour Details


Tuesday – Sunday
5 hours of Ancient recap tour

8.00 am Entrance of Eros cinema
(Outside of Churchgate station 10-15 min walk from Colaba)
Please note: Available  spots are limited so please book now.


INR 2,800 per person
Enquire for a private tour please

Group Size
6-7 people maximum in a group
(For large groups please, get in touch).


✔ English speaking guide
✔ All travel expense on the tour
✔ Local tea and snacks
✔ Packaged  drinking water
✔ All taxes


Sassoon Dock

Visit to biggest fish trading center of Mumbai where large boats unload the fishes.

Gateway of India

Iconic monument of Mumbai built in 1911 to welcome King George V and Queen Mary.

Elephanta Island

We take 45 minutes ferry to reach the island and give ourself a joyful toy train ride to reach the cave.

Meeting point location

Meeting point: Entrance of Eros cinema (Outside of Churchgate station 10-15 min walk from Colaba)

End point: Gateway of India

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